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Officials tighten the noose Police arrest an illegal immigrant in Boipatong on Tuesday morning. Photos: Lazarus Dithagiso and Mduduzi Mathebula Mduduzi Mathebula
BOIPATONG. – When the Departments of Home Affairs, Traffic, Health, By-Laws, Water, Eskom, SAPS, Emfuleni Local Municipality (ELM), visit your location you should know trouble is bound to strike. Boipatong Township was raided on Tuesday morning by these departments to enforce law and close down any non-compliant business operators. The operation started with a brief meeting at Boipatong Police Station. It was addressed by the Emfuleni Local Municipality MMC for Safety Veli Mcera. He made the intentions and aims of the municipality about sweeping clean, crystal-clear to all departments. He added that the municipality pays about 1.3-million on rates and taxes per
month for the community. “It’s high time the municipality show their intentions and sticks to them. Any kind of unlawful operation should be dealt with by law enforcement and if any person operates his/her business without a permit, they will be closed down,” says Mcera. The operation was launched and spread throughout Boipatong. Street by street, all shops and businesses were raided and inspected. ELM Communications officer Stanley Gaba said the operation had snared at least four people for operating without permits. Gaba further says two of the sus-
pects are foreign nationals who will be repatriated. Gaba added that the operation was conducted to ensure that the law is respected by the traders, embracing issues of health, water, business registration, title deeds, permits, and other by-laws. “These operations are going to be spread throughout the entire region. We mean business,” says Gaba. Suprised! ByLaws operations left many shopowners such as this one shocked in Boipatong on Tuesday morning.
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SEDIBENG. - Police had to use a chopper to trace 60 of the 68 cattle that were stolen from a Barrage farm recently. Farm owner, George Letlosane woke up to an empty kraal recently. After contacting the police, a search was conducted by the police with the assistance of a chopper. Police spokesperson Sergeant Mofokotsane said police followed the footprints of the cattle towards Lawley farm near Ennerdale and police managed to confiscate 60 cattle but the other eight are still missing. The alleged suspects managed to escape inmmediately when they saw the police. Letlosane managed to identify his cattle through their identifying mark. Police advise farm owners to put electric fences and other security measures on their farms. Left: George Letlosane in front of his 60 re covered cattle. Photo: Lazarus Dithagiso
Missing Motsamai Teboho Mokoena (19) of Bophelong was last seen on No vember 19 last year. His mother Mamasa Mokoena appeals to mem bers of the public to help establish his whereabouts. Contact her on 073 836 2476 or his brother Mojale fa on 082 631 5327.
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Trapped dead between palm trees
Palm trees trapped a man till he died on Tuesday. The man was declared unknown when he was found dead in his car on the Randfontein Road .
Looking for Doep’s family Motsako: In the Mix Motswako performing artists currently present a dance piece Breakthrough under the Save my Life Project funded by the Gauteng Department of Sport, Art, Culture and Recreation at the Bonner Hall and Vereeniging Civic Theatre.
Child(5) killed by taxi
The late Mr Jan Gysbertus du Plessis (71). Photo: Photographer.
The Injabulo Day Care Centre will never be the same again without little Kamohelo Matseneng (5) who had his whole life ahead of him. Sadly, his life was cut short on Tuesday afternoon when he was hit by a taxi on his way from crèche in Zone 3.
VEREENIGING. - Emfuleni’s Social Development Department would like to make contact with the family of the late Mr Jan Gysbertus du Plessis, (71) who passed away on March 11 in the Vukuzenzele Old Age Home in Sebokeng. His family members or anyone with more information are kindly requested to contact Moitheri Tshabalala, Social Worker in the Emfuleni Social Development Department on 083 464 1407.
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SEDIBENG. - The Vanderbijlpark SAPS are investigating a business robbery at Techni Motors on Vanderbijlpark’s Playfair Boulevard on February 11. It is alleged that the owner of the business and five employees were inside the shop when two armed suspects entered. One jumped over the counter and the other kicked the owner and instructed him to lie on the floor. This suspect demanded the keys to the safe. Several other armed suspects entered the shop and pushed the employees around. Two employees sustained minor injuries. The suspects fled the scene in a white VW Golf 4 with an undisclosed sum of money and cell phone airtime vouchers. Anyone with information pertaining to the case can contact official investigator Detective Warrant Officer Chipa Motaung, on (016) 910 9000. This is one of the men who can help police with their investigation
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EVATON. - The mother of an Emfuleni Local Municipality (ELM) councillor is embroiled in fraud allegations. The 53-year-old mother was arrested by Emfuleni Local Municipality’s investigative officers last week in Evaton, simultaneously submerging her son’s life in deep chaos. Three months ago ELM investigative officers were working on a case of fraud that linked the councillor’s mother, whose name is omitted as she has not appeared in court. The suspect is said to have been collecting rental money from stand number 946 inAvondale Road, Evaton, which is alleged to be a municipal stand. The suspect claims the stand belongs to her family, which lives in Soweto. According to ELM investigative officer Colonel Chauke Ramphaku, the stand belongs to the municipality and the woman has been collecting money from the tenants. Ramphaku says, “We started our investigation in December, when we were alerted about the issue. “Through our investigation, we managed to trace the suspect. “The dodgy element is that the suspect uses the name of the councillor, who is said to be her son,” says Ramphaku. The suspect was caught red-handed as she was collecting money. Tenants were asked to come out with their receipts of payments. They claim the suspect has been collecting
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RSVP your shack in the back of RDP? Moleboheng Chaha
SEDIBENG. - Chaos is the word that best describes RDP housing areas after beneficiaries nonchalantly decided to build back yard shacks. While one of the aims of building proper housing structures was to rid society of informal settlements, the efforts ended in vain because the number of shacks being built in areas under development increases daily. According to ELM housing manager Felicity Human it is illegal for RDP beneficiaries to build shacks in their back yards and lease them out. “No RDP beneficiaries are allowed to build any shacks in their back yards, especially corrugated iron shacks. If an RDP house beneficiary needs accommodation to lease out to or to accommodate
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their extended families, they have the right to submit a proposed building plan to the Building Control Department. “Once that has been approved they can build proper backyard structures with brick and mortar, and by doing this help the municipality to have better control over infrastructure.” adds Human. According to Human, beneficiaries can only lease out proper structures. “Beneficiaries have the right to lease out the property as they are the rightful owners of these properties, and it is advisable for the tenants to sign a lease agreement with the landlord.” She adds that it is the responsibility of the landlord to ensure that the building has proper sanitaion and electricity.
The intermodal facility in Bophelo remains under lock and key Photo: Pinky Mofokeng. Pinky Mofokeng
BOPHELONG. - The non-utilisation of the Bophelong intermodal facility (rank with stalls) is a concern to residets at large. This
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SEBOKENG. - Ward 38 Councillor Bozzy Letlhake recently had an interview with Sedibeng Ster to outline development plans for his ward. Letlhake says numerous plans are in the pipeline. Letlhake says proposed plans cover 50% of Zone 7 and 30% of Evaton, including Zone 6. “As the municipality, we are at the depth of development within the mentioned areas. Vaal will be surprised by the biggest mall ever built in the history of Gauteng at Zone 6 next to TK’s Petrol Station. “The construction of the roads and infrastructure for the mall has already started,” says Letlhake. Besides the erection of the mall, Zone 6 residents - who have been living in horrific conditions due to the storm water drains issue, can breathe a sigh of relief as these stormwater drains have been restored through the partnership local government and Rand Water. Letlhake further says they have allocated land to two non-profit-organisation (NPOs). When asked about crime and drugs, Lethlake became emotional about his ward. “This needs to be a collective measure taken by the police and community, including the government. Crime affects us all and ‘nyaope’ kills our children daily.” says Letlhake.
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Lerato Serero News Editor
Comments I have never been one to shy away from healthy competition nor have I ever been one to keep quiet when things are obviously being exaggerated in favour of the opposition. This is because I believe that to be a success you must
Beware the greeneyed monster compete with the greatest and not be mediocre and ignorant. But my heart felt wounded this past week when I had to endure unwarranted accusations and assumptions that were made by certain individuals. I would not like to dwell much on these for as the saying goes, ‘An empty tin makes ta lot of noise’ and I would not like to dignify some of the statements made by ill-informed personas. In our life there can be quite a few occasions when we may have disagreements with others. Two human beings cannot be precisely the same in physical structure or in mental makeup. In the clinical sense, jealousy has been proven to make a person resentful, angry, violent, and socially isolated. These emotional swings are seriously disrupting to social re-
lationships. Jealousy destroys precious human bonds. Diversity is there and it adds up to the splendor of nature. So, diverse views are always more beautiful and charming. They add spice to dull and bleak human life. They are the core of democratic thinking. In the timeline of the world, jealousy has generated nothing but evil, evil and more evil. Abhorrence and annihilation. In conclusion, in the future, let us learn to ‘fight’ healthy competitions keeping in mind that in the future we might have to meet again and as another saying goes, ‘Do not burn the bridges, for where will you cross upon your return’? Lerato...
Sedibeng District Municipality Mayor Simon Mofokeng. Photo: Supplied
VEREENIGING.- While most in the region are said to be sceptical about the process of the Sedibeng District Municipality being turned into a metropolitan council consultation and public participation is going ahead as per procedures of the Municipal Demarcation Board, MDB. The MDB will be visiting the communities of Sedibeng as part of their consultative process on the redetermination of the municipal boundaries. A meeting will be held at the Vereeniging Civic Hall today (Thursday, April 11) at 10:00. The MDB is an independent authority responsible for the determination of municipal boundaries. The Board’s status as an independent authority is also protected by Section 3 of the Local Government. In addition to the determinations and re-determinations of municipal boundaries, the MDB is also mandated by legislation to declare the district management areas, to delimit wards for local elections, and to assess the capacity of municipalities to perform their functions This is the second round of the MDB-convened public meetings. The first one was in July 2012. Sedibeng District Municipal mayor Simon Mofokeng says a whole lot of saving will come with amalgamation. “Imagine the amount of saving which will result from this resolution. , we will no longer have to fork out money for the four Executive Mayors, we will only have one Executive Mayor, we will make a huge savings on one Municipal Manager instead of four, we will now have a maximum of
14 Members of the Mayoral Committee instead of 32, not forgetting to mention 14 Executive Directors instead of the 32 we have currently running our municipalities. “The amount we will save, coupled with an increase of money allocated by the Province to the Metropolitan Council will be invested in service delivery. What a breakthrough”, says Mofokeng. Most community members however, are in doubt if the process, if it goes through, will bring any change in the region. “I do not care what they do at all but what they need to assure us of is that we will be provided with work, allocated houses and be given efficient service delivery,” says a community member. Some believe that this is a ploy to unseat the Democratic Alliance (DA) from the Midvaal Local Municipality, one of only two municipalities in the country governed by the DA. The July meeting with the MDB on the proposal is supported by the Sedibeng District Council, which reads as follows: Proposal for the re-determination of the municipal boundaries of Emfuleni Local Municipality (GT421), Midvaal Local Municipality (GT422, Lesedi Local Municipality (GT423), Sedibeng District Municipality (DC42) and Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EKU), by amalgamating Emfuleni Local Municipality (GT421) and Midvaal Local Municipality (GT422), into a single Category A Metropolitan Municipality, and by including Lesedi Local Municipality (GT423) into the municipal area of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EKU).
PAC celebrates 54 years Moleboheng Chaha
PAC members recently commemorated 54 years since the formation of the party Photo: Moleboheng Chaha
SEBOKENG. - It was a bittersweet occasion when members of the PAC (Pan Africanist Congress) commemorated 54 years since the formation of the party. The celebration was in Zone 3 on Sunday. PAC member Ndade Mxunya says: “Coming from Sharpeville March 21 is a sad day for us, but today we celebrate the formation of the party and what it stands for.” What was meant to be the celebration of all celebrations turned out to be a wake-up call when some members realised that the party had little to show after decades of existence. “Introspecting on the progress made we realise that we have no independence, can show no progress and we’re still oppressed by the challenges of today.” says Ndade Mxunya. Another member, Happy Radebe, says the celebration was mainly to unite the members of the PAC. “We wanted all the branches in
the Vaal to come together as one.” The members of the PAC continued to state that they were tired of not getting anything and being treated as underdogs by the ruling party. “We are planning a mother of all marches for the month of May. The agenda of the march is to bring all problems to the fore, mostly the one of unemployment in the Vaal.” ends Radebe.
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SASOLBURG. - In 2010, following a thought-provoking leadership seminar Allon Raiz, CEO of business incubator, Raizcorp, created the Pitch & Polish programme to seek South Africa’s hidden entrepreneurs. The objective was to specifically target small and peri-urban towns such as Sasolburg and Secunda. Pitch & Polish is a workshop and competition which tests the contestants’ ability to pitch their ideas convincingly to investors. Contestants are coached on the art of pitching and the audience role-play as investors and bank managers. The free, day-long business training programme gives each person valuable knowledge and insights into business which has a ripple effect in the communities where it’s held, encouraging more people to explore their inner entrepreneur and ultimately uplift the economy in these areas. Both contestants and audience take home real business experience, including the
awareness of what it takes to pitch an idea successfully. They also discover that while it’s tough, it’s not impossible to succeed. Programmes like Pitch & Polish provide a safe forum where potential entrepreneurs can challenge themselves and become part of tomorrow’s business leaders. Advance registration is essential as seats are limited. Register now for Regional Pitch & Polish in Sasolburg on April 20. Registration is easy, go online to www.pitchandpolish.com or SMS “pitch” and your name and city to 45982 or call on 011 566 2000 or e-mail email@example.com. SMSs are charged at R1.50 each. * As a campaigner for the development of entrepreneurial skills in the Vaal Triangle, MooiVaal Media’s publications Ster and Vaalweekblad are media sponsors of the event in Sasolburg. Read more about the programme on www.sedibengster.com and www.vaalweekblad.com.
Upcoming entrepreneurs from the Vaal Triangle are invited to take part in this year's Pitch & Polish programme that takes place in Sasolburg on April 20. Here are some of the participants who benefitted from the programme at a previous event.
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VANDERBIJLPARK. - Zanele Plaatjie, a 22-year-old from Carletonville and a student at the Vaal Unversity of Technology (VUT), recently represented South Africa in London where she came back as a finalist. The competitiion was the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards Student Focus Competition, the world’s largest student photography programme and award. She earned her place as one of 10 finalists for the Student Focus Award when she beat entries from 230 universities worldwide. She will compete against finalists from as
far afield as New Zealand and Argentina in her bid to win the overall Student Focus title and Sony digital imaging equipment. Plaatjie’s finalist image, ‘Youth Day’, was taken in Sharpeville during Youth Day commemorations that take place every year on June 16 , in response to the initial brief for student photographers to capture ‘the spirit of celebration’ in their country. Zanele Plaatjie says, “I am honoured and feel blessed to be part of such a high profile photography competition. I am too excited at the moment to think about the final brief, but I will do my best when I start with it.”
Zanele Plaatjie with her camera ready to take on the world. Photo: Supplied.
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Turbine Mechanical Supervisors With a Mechanical Fitting Trade Certiﬁcate and National Technical CertiﬁcateLevel4/equivalentandatleast5years’experienceonsteam turbines, generators and related auxiliaries/mechanical activities. Rate per hour: R123.41 (Flat Rate). (Ref. REQ0178)
Turbine Mechanical Fitters With a formal Mechanical Fitting Trade Certiﬁcate (absolutely essential), Basic Rigging Certiﬁcate, 2 years’ turbine ﬁtting experience and experience on steam turbines, generators and related auxiliaries/ mechanical activities. Rate per hour: R88.03 (Flat Rate). (Ref. REQ6607)
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The new development Beverley Hills, Urban Housing’s new Phase 2 situated in Evaton West, a project of Urban Housing and Probuild construction, last week handed over the keys of the new houses to several owners. These are the first houses of thirty that will be handed over once the new owners have completed the ne-
cessary paperwork. According to Mr Brandon Cullingworth, Urban Housing Marketing Manager, the project involves several phases of which the first has been completed and when finalised will see the development of many beautiful homes. We have the major banks on board and they offer 100% home lo-
ans to clients who qualify. We also have 45m2 homes in Evaton. Anyone wishing to acquire more information or would like to view our show units please call 0860 668 668 or 083 702 5122. These are houses that have to be seen to be believed; come over and meet your new neighbours.
With N3 and Machinist Trade Certiﬁcate with experience on CNC control systems, centre lathes, horizontal and vertical boring mills and rotating plant. Rate per hour: R88.03 (Flat Rate). (Ref. REQ0193)
Technicians With N6/S4 Mechanical Engineering or equivalent and 10 years in a turbo generator ﬁeld (must include 3 years in a supervisory role). Rate per hour: R164.25. (Ref. REQ6944)
Engineers With BTech Mech Engineering/BEng (2 years’ related experience)/ MEng (2 years’ related experience) plus 5 years’ experience with an OEM manufacturer on large power generation steam and gas turbines. Rate per hour: R463.90. (Ref. REQ0567) ___________________________________________________________ Closing date: Friday, 26 April 2013 To apply, please send a comprehensive CV with copies of qualiﬁcations to fax: 086 246 5742 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Please quote the relevant reference and include your current place of employment. If you do not receive a response within 30 days of your application, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
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TOWN PLANNER (GIS) DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING SERVICES DEPARTMENT R236 904.00– R255 060.00 (Level 4 of a Grade 8 Local Authority) Total package inclusive of all beneﬁts: R412 087.76p.a.
REQUIREMENTS • Town Planning Degree or Diploma • Proven knowledge and experience pertaining to the GIS system • Code EB (08) driver’s license • Computer Literate (MSWord, Excel and PowerPoint, ESRI Software (Arcview) • A hard working self-disciplined person with decision making and good interpersonal communication skills • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Proven knowledge and experience in a supervisory capacity • Experience in the surveying and architectural/building ﬁelds will be an added advantage • Five (05) year’s experience within Town Planning dealing with the GIS system and responsible for municipal planning in a local authority or a similar pressurised working environment.
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT MIDVAAL LOCAL MUNICIPALITY P.O. BOX 9 MEYERTON 1960
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Midvaal Local Municipality with its seat in Meyerton, and as a fast southern growth and developing point of Gauteng, wishes to invite suitably qualiﬁed candidates to apply for the following position:
BENEFITS: USUAL FRINGE BENEFITS APPLICABLE, UNLESS OTHERWISE RESOLVED. APPLICATION FORMS CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE MIDVAAL HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT OR FROM THE WEBSITE: www.midvaal.gov.za AND RETURNED TO:
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CLOSING DATE: 23 APRIL 2013
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DUTIES • Responsible for GIS by collecting and integrating data into the municipal GIS. • Operating GIS database to maintain data, prepare maps and reports, performs analysis and implement program updates. • Complete ﬁeldwork necessary to maintain the GIS database. • Assists in the preparation of the GIS system plan and budget. • Control and management of developed and undeveloped urban environment. • Issuing of clearance and zoning certiﬁcates in accordance with regulations. • Respond to public enquiries and assisting the public with completing applications as required. • Responsible for the administration of town planning procedures and by-laws. • Conduct site inspections and prepare reports on observations including photographic records and measurements. • Comment on development plans, Town Planning applications and other planning related functions. • Assess Site Development Plans and Building Plans. • Perform general administration including ﬁling.
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A certiﬁed copy of your identity document and qualiﬁcations must be attached. Failure to comply with the instruction will disqualify application from being processed. All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to personnel suitability checks (veriﬁcation of qualiﬁcations, criminal record checks and security vetting) SHOULD YOU NOT BE CONTACTED WITHIN (30) DAYS AFTER THE CLOSING DATE, CONSIDER YOUR APPLICATION AS UNSUCCESSFUL. PLEASE NOTE THAT TRANSPORT AND ACCOMMODATION COSTS ARE NOT REIMBURSED. NB: THE COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT NOT TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO THE ABOVE POSITION/S.
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ADVERTISEMENT Vacancy at DMS Powders Site, Meyerton Date of Distribution: 27 March 2013 Department: Raw Material Position: Raw Material Handling Supervisor
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Ensure that weighbridge scale is calibrated for deliveries / dispatches. Verify delivery notes to ensure correct invoicing for stock purposes. Compile RM daily stock summary report and send to relevant individuals. Log timesheet into Biometric System for payroll purposes. Ensure that all Job Observations are done on RMH employees and C- Bars system is updated accordingly. Ensure optimal functionality of Chipper, Stationary Grab and other RM equipment. Ensure that Standard Operating Procedures [SOP] are still applicable and adhered to and initiate amendments where necessary. Control quality to meet speciﬁcation of delivered material and reject non-conforming material. Log/monitor and investigate ACR and AOR’s registered against RMH. Use JDE system to create O2 type orders and create purchase requisition for non-stock items. Guarantee compliance to OSHACT, other regulations and best practise systems. Create sufﬁcient space for all deliveries to prevent contamination. Perform raw material SG’s when required. Manage allocated budget. Manage employees.
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12 April 2013 Mrs E van der Merwe DMS Powders P.O Box 945, Meyerton, 1960 email@example.com Fax Number: 086 608 8633 Please be advised that only applications meeting the stated minimum requirement will be responded to and should you not receive any communication within two weeks from closing date of advertisement, please consider your application unsuccessful. Short-listed candidates will be required to conduct a psychometric assessment as part of the selection process.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for temporary appointment to the following positions: Appointment will be subject to a three months renewable contract. SED 01: STUDENT CENTRE MANAGER Campuses: Vanderbijlpark and Sebokeng Duties: a) Provide overall management of the Campus Student Centre b) Liaise with college staff for the effective utilization of the Centre. c) Monitor and maintain all computer related technology to ensure maximum access. d) Manage bookings of internet and Careers resource centre e) Ensure safety and security in the Centre. Minimum Requirements: An REQV 13 qualification which include Diploma. Experience in managing an internet café will be an added advantage. Experience in the management of a student learning centre is a prerequisite. Computer Knowledge is a prerequisite. SED 02: IT TECHNICIAN Campus: Vereeniging Duties: a. The incumbent must have experience in Serves, Hardware, Software installations, etc. b. Assist desktop users throughout the College. c. Install all new anti-viruses software, Registration, Set up new users on the domain. d. Do maintenance on files, mail and web servers. e. Upgrading of hardware on request by management, building of new PC’s. f. Restore Data when required. Monitor back-up logs on a daily basis and configure and support PC’s scanning and printing. Minimum Requirements: An REQV 13 qualification which must include a Diploma, Grade 12 plus A + and/ or N+ Qualifications or NC (V) LEVEL 4 (Information Technology). Experience in related field will be an advantage. SED 03: LIBRARIAN Campuses: Vanderbijlpark and Sebokeng Duties: a) Manage the planning and administration functions of library and information. b) Develop and manage convenient, accessible library and information services. Analyse and evaluate library and information services, technology and media services requirements. c) Prepare reports related to library and information services, technology, and media services, resources and activities. d) Provide effective access to library collections and resources. Maintain the organisation of library materials. e) Provide library services in response to the information needs of library users. Minimum Requirements: A minimum REQV 13 qualifications which include a Diploma in Library Science or equivalent. Experience as a librarian is an added advantage. SED 04: LECTURER PL1: Computer Practice / Information Processing Campus: VANDERBIJILPARK Ability to lecture the relevant subjects at level required; conduct assessments; monitor and keep attendance records. Adequate knowledge on latest software is essential. Minimum Requirements: An appropriate Degree/Teachers diploma/National diploma backed by professional qualification in Education equivalent to REQV 13. Ability to lecturer computer is a prerequisite. SED 05: LECTURER PL1 - Engineering Studies: Electrical N1-N6 Campuses: Vereeniging /Sebokeng Must be able to lecture Electrical subjects and Mathematics in the Nated Report 191. SED 06: LECTURER PL1: Engineering Studies: Mechanical N1-N6 Campuses: Vereeniging / Sebokeng Must be able to lecture Mechanical subjects including Engineering Science and Mathematics in the Nated Report 191. Minimum Requirements: Engineering Studies: REQV 13 (Diploma in related field) and / or (N1-N6) plus Trade Test and teachers’ qualification teacher qualifications will be an added advantage NB: The College is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer and reserves the right not to fill the advertised posts. General Instructions for all advertised posts: Applications must be forwarded on a form Z83 (obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the college website (www.sedcol.co.za) and accompanied by a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and certified copies not older than 3 months of all relevant qualifications which include academic records and ID document to: The Principal, Sedibeng College for FET, Private Bag X020, VEREENIGING, 1930 OR Hand delivered at: 37 Voortrekker Street, VEREENIGING, 1930. Posted applications must reach the College on or before the closing date. Please note that no faxes and e-mail applications will be accepted. Enquiries: Closing date:
Mr. MG Mothapo (016) 422 6645 12 April 2013 at 12:00
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ELECTRICIAN WITH WIREMANS LICENCE A LOCAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR REQUIRES AN ELECTRICIAN WITH WIREMANS LICENCE Requirements: • Ideal candidate has at least 10 years’ experience with excellent electrical and technical skills and knowledge. • Strong work ethic, ability to supervise teams on site and work independently. PLC experience will be an advantage. • Must have wireman’s license and driver’s license. Interested candidates to forward a C.V. to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 0866 117 813
Regskennisgewings NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 5(5 ) OF THE GAUTENG REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIONS ACT, 1996 (ACT 3 OF 1996) (H1199)
I, W. Louw, being the authorized agent, hereby gives notice in terms of section 5(5) of the GAUTENG REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIONS ACT, 1996, that I have applied to the Emfuleni Municipal Council for the removal of certain conditions in the Title Deed of Erf 22, Vanderbijlpark S.W.5 which are situated on the corner of 1 Schubert Street, and 13 Elgar Street, Vanderbijlpark SW5 and the simultaneous amendment of the Vanderbijlpark Town Planning Scheme, 1987 from “Residential 1” to “Residential 2” with a density of 1 dwelling per 1250m2 on the proposed remainder and from “Residential 1” to “Residential 1” with a density of 1 dwelling per 1250m2 on the proposed portion 1 and the relaxation of the building line from 9,14m to 2,00m for both streets. All relevant documents relating to the application will be open for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Strategic Manager: Land Use Management, Emfuleni Local Council, First Floor, Old Trust Bank Building, corner of President Kruger and Eric Louw Street, Vanderbijlpark, for 28 days from 3 April 2013. Any person who wishes to object to the application or submit representations in respect thereof, must lodge the same in writing to the Municipal Manager at the named address or to P.O. Box 3,Vanderbijlpark, 1900 or faxed to (016) 9505533 from 3 April 2013. Address of authorized agent: Mr. W. Louw, P.O. Box 45, Henbyl, 1903.Cellular: 0833848784 Fax: 0865463812
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SEDIBENG DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY TENDER NOTICE AND INVITATION TO TENDER Suitable service providers are hereby invited to submit proposals on the following: Quote No.
Proposal for a Panel of Office Refreshments.
Proposal for Panel of Cleaning material and Supplies.
Proposal for Panel of Stationery and supplies
Contact Person Ms. Patsy Phoko Tel: 016 450 3142
R 162.00 (Non- Refundable)
Ms. Patsy Phoko Tel: 016 450 3142 Ms. Patsy Phoko Tel: 016 450 3142
The employer is Sedibeng District Municipality. The physical address for collection of tender documents is the office of Sedibeng District Municipality, Third Floor, Cashier’s Office, Corner Leslie & Beaconsfield Avenues, Vereeniging. (Enquiries: Ms. Sibulele Njongi, Tel: 016 450 3195) Documents may be collected during working hours after 08:30 to 15h30 on Friday, 05 April 2013 and during weekdays thereafter. A non-refundable tender deposit of R162.00 payable by cheque or cash made out in favour of the employer (Sedibeng District Municipality) is required on collection of the tender documents (project documents). The closing time for receipt of bid tenders above is 12:00 on Wednesday, 24 April 2013. Telegraphic, telephonic, telex, facsimile and late tenders will not be accepted. Tenders, completed as prescribed, shall be sealed in an envelope marked with the bidders address, Tender No. and Description and be deposited in the TENDER BOX at Sedibeng District Municipality, Cnr Leslie and Beaconsfield Avenue, Vereeniging. (The tender box is outside the building, ground floor). Bidders must take note of the following: • Bids must only be submitted on the bid documentation provided by the Sedibeng District Municipality; • Bids will be evaluated according to the 80/20 preferential points system; • Persons in the service of the state are not allowed to bid; • The lowest or any other bid will not necessarily be accepted and the Municipality reserves the right to accept the whole bid or part thereof, or not to accept any bid; • Late, unsigned, or incomplete bids will be disqualified; • Bidders are requested to submit two copies (one copy and one original). Each copy must be clearly marked “copy” and “original”; • Bidders who are not registered on the supplier database of Sedibeng District Municipality are requested to obtain a Database Form at the cashier office OR it can be downloaded at http:// www.sedibeng.gov.za. / a_tender_docs/20100106_sdm_supp_reg_form.pdf. The form must be submitted together with their proposals; • Bidders must ensure that the company status is “In business” with the Company and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC); • Bidders are requested to read and take note of the “Information to Bidders” attached on the bid document; • Bidders are required to submit original or certified copies of B-BBEE Status Level Verification Certificate together with their bids to substantiate their B-BBEE rating claims; and • A trust, consortium or joint venture must submit a consolidated B-BBEE Status Level Verification. Tenderers should attach an Original Valid Tax Clearance Certificate and Up to date utilities Account / Statement. Failure to attach these documents will result to a tender being non-responsive. Mr. Yunus Chamda Municipal Manager
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• Insolvente Boedels • Bestorwe Boedels (Debiteure & Krediteure) • Bestorwe Boedels (Likwidasie- & Distribusierekeninge) • Boedeloorgawes • Algemene Kennisgewings • Algemene Jaarvergaderings • Dorsbeplannings: (Hersonerings, Onderverdelings, Opheffing van Beperkings, Tweede Woonhuise, Besig heidsregte, Minerale Regte, Spesiale Toestemmings) • OIS - Omgewingsimpakstudies / Advertensieborde • Dorpstigtings • Dranklisensies • Egskeidings / Huweliksvoorwaardekontrakte • Eksekusieverkopings • Hofbevele / Sekwestrasies • Pensioenfondse • Verkoop van Besighede • Verlore Dokumente • Tenders • Veilings
We require the services of experienced Sales people with a proven track record in the Motor Industry Experienced sales people with proven track record may also apply. References will be required Own transport is required Basic Salary, Car Allowance and excellent Commission structure.
NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR AMENDMENT OF TOWNPLANNING SCHEME INTERMS OF SECTION 56(1)(b)(ii) OF THE TOWN PLANNING AND TOWNSHIPS ORDINANCE 1986 (ORDINANCE 15 OF 1986) (N912 ) I, Mr. W. Louw , being the authorized agent of Portion 28 of Erf 1413,Bedworth Park extension 7 hereby gives notice in terms of section 56(1)(b)(ii) of the Town-planning and Townships Ordinance (Ordinance 15 of 1986) that I have applied to the Emfuleni Municipal Council for the amendment of the town planning scheme known as the Vereeniging Town Planning Scheme, 1992 by the rezoning of the property described above, bounded by Sirius Road and Formax Road from “Residential 1” to “Residential 4” . Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Strategic Manager: Land Use Management, Emfuleni Municipal Council, 1st Floor, Old Trust Bank Building, comer of President Kruger and Eric Louw Streets, Vanderbijlpark, for the period of 28 days from 3 April 2013. Objections or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing at the Municipal Manager, P 0 Box 3, Vanderbijlpark, 1900 or faxed to (016) 9505533 within a period of 28 days from 3 April 2013. Address of the authorized agent: Mr. W. Louw, P. O. Box 45, Henbyl, 1903. Cellular / Fax: 0833848784 / 0865463812
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If you are still in school and 16 years or older and looking to make some extra money you can apply for the position as a casual store assistant. Only work weekends on a rotational basis and public holidays. If needed some days during school holidays. Must be able to speak English and Afrikaans, must be reliable and customer service focused and be able to work on a computer and faced paced environment. If interested, please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 086 216 719 and reference DVDSA.
SALES EXECUTIVE REQUIRED PRE OWNED VEHICLES
NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 5 OF THE GAUTENG REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIONS ACT, 1996 (ACT 3 OF 1996) VANDERBIJLPARK AMENDMENT SCHEME H1198
Store Assistant needed for DVD Rental Store in Three Rivers – School pupils WELCOME.
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I, A P Squirra of APS Town and Regional Planners, being the authorized agent of the owner hereby give notice in terms of Section 5(5)(a) and (b) of the Gauteng Removal of Restrictions Act, 1996 (Act 3 of 1996) that I have applied to the Emfuleni Local Municipality for the removal of certain title conditions contained in the Deed of Transfer No T.114806/04 of Erf 745, Vanderbijl Park South East 7 Township, which property is located on the corner of Conwallis Harris and Edwin Conroy Streets (No. 1 Edwin Conroy Street) and for the simultaneous amendment of the Vanderbijlpark Town Planning Scheme, 1987, by the rezoning of the Erf from “Residential 1” purposes to “Residential 4” (Residential Buildings - Tenements) purposes, the relaxation of the Street Building Lines as will be required in terms of Clause 9(b) of the Vanderbijl Park Town Planning Scheme, 1987, if and when required, and with the addition of Annexure 715 to the Scheme. All relevant documents relating to this Application will be open for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the said Local Authority, office of the Deputy Municipal Manager: Economic Development Planning (Land Use Management), 1st floor Development Planning Building, corner of President Kruger and Eric Louw Streets, Vanderbijlpark, from 10 April 2013 until 08 May 2013. Any person who wishes to object to this Application or submit representations in respect thereof, must lodge the same in writing to the said Local Authority at its address specified above or at P. O. Box 3, Vanderbijlpark 1900, on or before 08 May 2013. Name and address of Agent: APS Town and Regional Planners P. O. Box 12311 LUMIER 1905
Reference: Vanderbijlpark Amendment Scheme H1198. Date of first Publication: 10 April 2013.
10 April - 16 April 2013
EVATON HOUSING UPGRADE PROGRAMME 1.
WHAT IS HOUSING UPGRADE?
Some of the houses in Evaton are old and dilapidated. As a result such houses are almost not suitable for human habitation. They are mainly owned by old, indigent community members. The Housing upgrade programme is a Department of Housing initiative under the Evaton Renewal Programme (ERP). It seeks to improve the living conditions of the residents of Evaton by refurbishing their houses through either renovation of existing houses or the building of new houses. 2.
WHAT IS THE PROCESS FOLLOWED?
2.1 Firstly, houses that need to be upgraded are identified. Next, the owners are notified and have to enroll into the programme. Alternatively, the owners approach the ERP office to alert the officers about the poor state of their houses and have to enroll into the program. Then the Ownership Status of the house is confirmed. If it is established that the applicant is the rightful owner of the property that is the holder of the title deed, then the second stage follows. 2.2 Secondly, the identified houses are evaluated to establish their structural situation. This will help in putting the houses in the right category, either for renovation or the construction of a new replacement house. 2.3 Thirdly, if a house is still structurally sound, only necessary renovations such as roofing, electrical works, plumbing etc are carried out. If it is beyond rehabilitation, a new 42 m2 house is build to replace the old one, once normal building requirements for Emfuleni Local Municipality have been met. Since the old house is no longer habitable, it has to be demolished once a new dwelling has been completed. 3.
WHO ARE THE TARGET BENEFICIARIES?
Over and above ownership of the identified property, beneficiaries must meet the normal Departmental qualifying requirements for state-funded houses. These include:
WHERE CAN ONE REGISTER / INQUIRE?
For more information: 4.1 Visit the ERP Office – First floor at Mafatsane Thusong Service Center (Opposite the police Station ; same building as the Post Office) 4.2 Call Solly Monare or Lebina Shabe on (016) 596 9580
REGISTRATION OF CONTRACTORS / SERvICE PROvIDERS Registered contractors are hereby invited for possible inclusion in the Database of Evaton Renewal Project to qualify as preferred suppliers / service providers. • • • •
Building Contractors: General building; Routine maintenance; Carpentry; Electrical; Plumbing; Tilling; Paving; Plastering etc. Civil Contractors : Earthworks; Road construction/ surfacing; Storm-water drainage system; Sewer reticulation; Traffic signs and markings; Kerbing; Sidewalks; Landscaping; Plant/ Machinery/ Equipment hire etc. Materials Suppliers Security Companies
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10 April - 16 April 2013
Sport at its best
Nothing ‘Shady’ about this win Zacharia Nale
ROSHNEE. - The rejuvenated Vereeniging Old Boys FC humiliated MBC FC 5-0 in the Emfuleni Local Football Association’s Vaal Milling Promotion League match at the George Thabe Stadium on Saturday. It was a one-sided game, with the Roshnee-based side dominating the game from the first whistle and with their captain Gordon Basson causing a lot of problems for the home team. Speaking after the match, Vereeniging Old Boy FC coach Abdul “Shady” Cassim was full of praise for his charges and the way they played on the day. Cassim described the victory as a morale-booster for his team, taking into consideration that they started the season on a low note. He is certain that, by the end of the season, his team will be up there am ong the log leaders. “We did not have a good start but I’m happy with our progress. This win is a morale-booster for the boys. But, to be honest, I did not expect to win by such a margin. I think we were lucky because our opponents were not well prepared for this game,” says Cassim. In another league game played at the same venue, The Birds beat the hapless Vaal Manchester FC 3-0. This was another encounter that failed to live up to e xpectations despite goals. T he home team – Vaal Manchester FC - looked more dangerous than their opponents but failed to take their chances. Elsewhere, Sebokeng Ajax FC hammered the struggling Young Stars FC 8-0 in another Vaal Milling Promotion League event played at the Shakespeare Stadium on Sunday. This is the highest goal-scoring record of the season so far. VUT FC, otherwise known as ‘The Students,’ beat Vaal Development Academy 1-0 in an exciting clash at the Vereeniging Old Boys FC coach Abdul "Shady" Cassim shouting instructions from the bench during his team’s 50 win over the MBC FC at the George Thabe Stadium on Sun day. Photo: Zacharia Nale.
Boipatong Stadium on Saturday. Nale Academy also collected maximum points when they beat their arch-rivals Vaal Young Milano FC in another entertaining Vaal Milling Promotion League game played at Shakespeare Stadium on Saturday. The score is not a true reflection of the game. Nale Academy could have won the game with a high score but their strikers were wasteful in front of goals. Weekend Fixtures: Stream A Friday VUT FC vs Vaal Stars (VUT, 17:00) Saturday Young Milano vs Vaal Manchester (George Thabe, 11:00)
Liverpool vs Vereeniging Old Boy (Boipatong, 13:00) Nale Academy vs MBC (Shakespear, 13:00) Sunday The Birds vs Sebokeng Ajax (Boipatong, 11:00) Young Stars vs Vaal Dev Academy (Boipatong, 15:00) Stream B Saturday Moropodi vs Dream Team (Sport Centre, 11:00) Mighty Killers vs Roshnee FC (Zone 3, 13:00) Ventage vs EYA (Sports Centre, 13:00) West FC vs West Ham (Zone 3, 15:00)
Vereeniging Old Boys FC and MBC FC players during their clash in the Emfuleni Local Football Association's Vaal Milling Promotion League match at the George Thabe Stadi um on Sunday. Photo: Zacharia Nale.
Football is not for ‘sissies’ SHOOTING FROM THE HIP With Zacharia Nale Every Monday my colleague and old friend James Farr asks me how my weekend was, and I give him the same answer every time - “It was fantastic or exciting.” You know, typical of ‘uMlungu,’ he will then ask how I spent my weekend, thinking I’d spent it with my family, or visiting
friends. I will tell him that I spent my weekend at the soccer grounds watching what I love most - football. To be direct, my point exactly is that if you don’t love football, get out of it. I spend my whole life in football and I enjoy each and every moment of it – both as player and as an administrator/coach. Football is in my blood and I come from a family that loves this sport. When I was a boy, the soccer field was not far from where I stayed and my whole family would come and watch me play. This is the very same sport that made me what I am today. If it wasn’t for football I don’t think I would have survived the hardships of life. Football helped me to shape my life and become a respectable person in the community. But having said this: not everyone who is involved in football loves this sport. No! There are those
who are involved or - should I say - people who ‘run football’ - but are not passionate about this sport. In fact, to them football is just a job or career. This is a concern because it means our football is run by people who are not passionate about this sport. Shooting From The Hip had an interesting discussion with former soccer great Simon “Bull” Lehoko. Just like Shooting From The Hip, “Bra Bull” spends his weekends at the soccer grounds watching soccer. They might think they took everything from Bra Bull but they clearly forgot to take his ‘football brain.’ We talked about football and life in general and what needed to be done to bring professional football back into Sedibeng. If there is something common we share with Bra Bull, it’s obviously a passion
for football. The reality is that not many people love this sport as much as me, Ntate Lehoko and several others. Some people want to be paid to love this beautiful game. It is like trying to convince a husband to love his wife or the other way around. Can we really pay somebody to love their spouse? To make it worse, some development coaches come unprepared at games, or they don’t pitch up at all. Look, football starts from the training ground and not on match day! The same can be said of a football administrator. They run our football with cell phones and remote controls. To my friend – James Farr, next time don’t ask me how my weekend was - rather ask me how the soccer matches were. As Mark Williams always says: “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen”. Football is not for sissies!
Sedibeng Ster 10 - 16 April 2013