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Pay up or ship out! Members of the community sit infront of the mobile unit that has been deployed to the Thabong Shopping Center following the clo­ sure of the Labour Department offices. Photos: Simon Mollo.

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SEBOKENG. - When two lions fight, it is the grass that suffers. This is what apparently happened between Thabong Shopping Center management and the Department of Labour. The shopping center management was apparently forced to close the doors of the Department of Labour recently. The big padlock left hanging outside the doors speaks for itself as members of the public are left to queue for hours to be assisted at a mobile unit organised since the closure. An official from the Department (who asked not to be named) said they have on several occasions tried in vain to communicate with the head offices to pay the rent. The officer said they were promised that the Department will settle an amount owed to the center and renew a lease agreement that expired last year. “When approached, they keep on promising to settle the matter,” said one of the shopping centre’s staff member. The shopping centres manage-

ment has apparently since decided not to extend the Departments’ lease until they come to the party. “Our doors are open for negotiations,” said the official. Currently the department has apparently managed to pay R20 000 of the outstanding amount of R100 000. When asked why they could not allow the labour offices to operate while engaging on the matter, the officer said, “For the fact that we are running a business, we have to treat all our customers equally.” The provincial chief director for the Labour Department, Kenny Fick, said their hands are tied. “We failed to secure negotiations with the Department of Public Works to pay the lease. We have organised a mobile unit outside the building and some of the clients are being referred to the Vanderbijlpark and Vereeniging branches It’s true that the offices were locked by the landlord as we don’t have formal lease agreement,” said Fick.

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Give that man a Bells! The hard work and commitment by Detective Sergeant Gibbs Gerber from the Vanderbijlpark SAPS detective branch, ensured the recovery of R1,5 million worth of stolen liquor and the arrest of two suspects recently. For more info visit Police believe that this woman can help them with their inves­ tigation into a theft case. Photo: Supplied.

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on by her bank via SMS. This was followed by two more transactions at other shops and the complainant suffered a loss of R2 500. CCTV footage revealed three females following the complainant in the shop whilst pretending to be buying groceries. It is believed that these women might be able to assist Police in the investigation. Anyone with information about these women is requested to contact investigator Detective Warrant Officer Tanya Nel, on (016) 910 9034.

mob including learners from Dinokaneng Secondary School marched to the offender’s house, wanting to burn it down. Police managed to diffuse the situation and the mob was sent away. All the Mayekane’s family wanted was justice, which they got. Vangile Mofokeng, the deceased’s aunt, once said she wouldn’t rest until justice took its course. “My daughter was brutally killed and dumped like a dog. Mazibuko showed no remorse for what he did to us. I am going to fight until my hair turns white.”After the conviction Vangile Mofokeng was happy though she thought it should have been more. “He raped and murdered my daughter, for God’s sake, I don’t have words to say but may God give him a conscience,” says Mofokeng.

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keys, cell phone and wallet. They SHARPEVILLE. - Three men al- took the money and fled the scene legedly seized an undisclosed in a metallic blue Hyundai 120. amount of money at Uncle Sam Police were called to the scene Motors. It is believed that the men and investigated the matter. Polientered the garage pretending to ce spokesperson Constable Rapube customers. They even went as le Pitso confirms that the suspects far as buying Coke, chips and are still at large and that they are ‘vetkoek’. The store manager al- following every possible clue that leges that he carried cash in a bag might lead toward their arrests. ready to take it to the bank.This was when the men pounced, using foul language they demanded the money. The second REGISTRATION FOR 2013 suspect approached NOW OPEN !!! and demanded his car Why do you have to be trained by us?


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VANDERBIJLPARK. - The Vanderbijlpark SAPS appeal to all women to be extra alert when shopping or walking in town or through shopping malls. This follows an incident that occurred recently in a well known grocery shop in the commercial centre. It is alleged that the complainant (49) was busy buying groceries when an unknown female suspect stole the complainant’s purse from her handbag without the complainant noticing. The complainant only realised her purse was missing when informed of a cash transacti-

SEBOKENG. -Kgomamang Mazibuko of Westside Park was finally convicted on Tuesday in the Sebokeng Magistrates Court after a full year of investigation by Police. The offender (26) was sentenced to 15 years . He was charged with murder and robbery. Mazibuko’s ordeal started just a few minutes after he committed a murder and rape. Rebbecca Mayekane (17) was brutally raped and murdered by Mazibuko who then participated - or pretended to participate - in the search for the missing girl. Then Mayekane’s cell phone was found in Mazibuko’s possession. A case of murder, robbery and rape was investigated by Sebokeng Police Detectives. Earlier this year an angry

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Two years and still waiting to be compensated? Lazarus Dithagiso

VANDERBIJLPARK. - The Wilson family has run out of patience. They have apparently been waiting to be compensated by the Emfuleni Local Municipality. This is after their twins, Lebo and Lebohang (8) died tragically when they drowned in a ditch full of rainwater on February 3, 2011. Jan Wilson, father of the deceased, says that he cannot remember the names of the municipal officials who took the blame and offered to bury their children. The municipality had allegedly left the ditch open as they dug holes, using the soil to upgrade roads. Immediately after the funeral, the couple were allegedly promised some kind of compensation. However, the family

could not explain what kind of compensation they were promised and by which official from the municipality. Wilson said after the funeral, they decided to move to Sonderwater. Every time we went to the office of Emfuleni they sent us to the Social Development Services offices in Houtkop. The former Emfuleni MMC, Cllr Dimakatso Madisa, has invited the family to the office of the executive mayor Gretha Hlongwane to discuss the issue. She apologised to the family as they were misled and taken to different offices for information. The municipality conducted the funeral services at its own cost. “The municipality will never ignore the residents when they are in crisis,” said Madisa.

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Two years later and this couple still waits to be compensated by the Emfuleni Local Municipality. Jan Wilson and his wife Paulina Mthimkulu (44), with the newspaper cut­out of their children’s story, The twins died tragically when they drowned in a ditch full of rainwater at the Vanderbijlpark smalholdings two years ago. Photo: Lazarus Dithagiso.

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SHARPEVILLE. - Electricity remains a problem in our communities especially in rural areas where poverty seems to be creeping in daily. This comes after residents of Tshepiso South were promised electricity three years ago but are still using Paraffin, gas and candles. On Wednesday evening community members took to the streets demanding that their councillor come forward to explain to them why the process is delayed. According to the residents a transformer was intalled last year. However, nothing has happened. As their pleas had fallen on deaf ears, they continued to march, demanding an answer from their councillor. Matebello Fuka says, “We have been without electricity for a very long time. Our children and even older people are burning paraffin stoves.”

The transformer installed last year has brought nothing but stress to them as they have to take turns watching over it at night to prevent thugs from stealing it. Thugs have apparently tried several times to steal it without any success. Community members claim that their councillor failed to meet their demands as they questioned her about the electricity saga. According to them she referred them to the municipality to enquire and told them not to mention her name when they did. They also claim that she told them to write a memorandum to the municipality. They did as she said but according to them she started playing ‘hide-and-seek’ with them instead of giving straight answers. When Sedibeng Ster contacted Ward 22 Councillor Sibongile Phume, she refused to comment and hung up.

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Lerato Serero News Editor

Life is seasoned with different seasons

Comments One of my favourite seasons (and I am sure many others would agree with me) has arrived much to the revulsion of those that hate the cold. I could not have waited much longer for seasons to change as to me it is time for retrospection. While all of us will be unpacking those boxes with coats and jerseys that smell like moth balls, I will be focusing on new plans in life. Planning throws the searchlight on human wisdom, experience, and ingenuity this dispels the darkness of the future. It also bridges from where we are to where we want to go, making it possible for things to occur which would otherwise not have happened. It is a dynamic process as the future is basi-

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cally uncertain and things change with the passing of time. All of us know that everything has a natural cycle. The tides go in and back out, night follows day, and life refurbishes itself. We all have good times and bad times, but nothing stays the same. Change is constant. Planning helps develop objectives. The first step in planning is to fix objectives which will give direction to the actions to be taken. This step focuses attention on the results desired, I surely am welcoming this season believing that with it comes change as one should not linger at one point, but revolve. Now come on, are these changing times bad at all? You say. Lerato...

area. Either way, we may call them crimes SEBOKENG. - They are rejected, insul- that express hate for something,” says ted, mocked, called names, raped and bru- Rampa. tally murdered. At the end of the day they Donald. Lebina from LGBT says their are just human beings with a different sex- numbers embrace people of alternative ual morality, these are the gays and lesbi- sexual orientation, because they are huans of the world. man. “We need to educate our fellow broSedibeng Ster has run numerous articles thers and sisters that it is not a sin to be on hate crimes that have affected the regi- lesbian or gay. We need to promote toleon. Gays and lesbians are increasingly the rance in our community. victims of such crimes. The Sebokeng YoWe have toe accept that we are equal,” uth Crime Prevention Desk and LGBT are says Lebina. embarking on a peaceful march to be held on April 26 at the Saul Tsotetsi Sport Centre. Stoky Rampa of the Sebokeng SAPS says this campaign is introduced in the interest of the community. “One way or the other, we are affected by the brutality and murder that has Sebokeng Youth Desk will embark on a peaceful march against discri­ erupted in our mination against homosexuals. Photo: Mduduzi Mathebula.

Ombuds­ man According to the editorial policy of Sedibeng Ster we invite readers to comment on the newspaper’s content, and we correct significant errors as soon as possible. Please send information about the correction of mistakes in the newspaper to the ombudsman of Media24’s Community Press, George Claasen, at or call him on (021) 851 3232 or 083 543 2471. Readers can also complain to the South African Press Ombudsman, Mr Joe Thloloe. In this case please phone (011) 788 4829 or 788 4837, send a fax to (011) 788 4990 or an email to



DA: This little light of mine!

On Sunday evening the Boiketlong community, a settlement that was foun­ ded in the mid 1990s, recei­ ved solar lights. This co­ mes after the Democratic Alliance (DA) noticed that the community struggled to get electricity. The DA handed out solar lights to 100 deserving community members, preference gi­ ven to matriculants and the elderly. Mathani Mosia and Roselina Makghele were amongst the 100 people who received the lights. Photo: Pinky Mofokeng.

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‘Domkop and Clown’ duo set to participate in SA’s Got Talent EVATON. - Entertainment duo ‘DOMKOP AND CLOWNS’ now known as Diamond and Gold will participate in this year’s South Africa’s Got Talent TV show after they made

it as semi-finalists last year. Fikile Morris Mpore (44) AKA ‘Domkop’ was always talented with his hands and loved entertaining from a young age. It was because of this that he decided to form his own entertainment group with his partner known as ‘Bra Sox’. in 2002. “I chose Ephraim as my partner because he was the only one doing what I do, which is puppet entertainment,” says ‘Domkop’. Diamond and Gold is a multi-talented duo that focus on guitar-playing, puppet entertainment and clowning. ‘Domkop and Sox’have never had a 9 - 5 job. They have always preferred working in the entertainment industry and this is how they survive. People hire them for parties and

events or they go around entertaining at shoping malls. guitar. Their message is that, this year, people should vote for them so they can

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BOPHELONG. - Ntombi Yeko will launch her 3rd Gospel CD titled ‘Uyaphila’ on May 1 at the Bophelong Hall from 10:00 (am). The album with 12 tracks features songs such as ‘Ke yena’, ‘Ndiyakulangazelela’ and ‘uyisiqalo ne sphelo’. Yeko says her album targets the youth and mature listeners. “The lyrics in this album will guide lost souls and the youth who face challenges such as alcohol and drugs”, she says. Expected performances of the day will be from ‘indigenous sites’ artists Rapelane, Jerusalema, Commercial Artists, Bophelong Female Gospel Choir and many more.

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Sedibeng Ster has started a job-seekers column. Are you jobless? Then send an SMS to 45516 and tell us what kind of job you are looking for. Remember to provide a phone number in your SMS so potential employers can contact you (An SMS costs R1.50). SMSs are not edited I’m thobeka 18 year old I’m seeking for any job i have matric but no experience my contact number is 0785653036 Mosele Chele i am looking for any job clea-

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My name is Michael T koalani I have code10 and forklift license i have expirence in driving 8tons The type of work i’m looking for is job that is related to computer because i have computer skills even if it’s cashier job i would still appreciate. Contact number is 0738930510.

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aal University of Technology’s Graduation 2013 programme of celebration began at the Main Campus in Vanderbijlpark on Monday, 15 April and ended on Friday, 19 April 2013. Graduation ceremonies take place at the Sites of Delivery from Tuesday, 23 April at the Ekurhuleni campus, on Wednesday, 24 April at the Secunda campus, and on Thursday, 25 April 2013 in Upington. VUT is proud to announce that it has produced a record 3900 graduates this year. The Vanderbijlpark campus alone will have produced 2600 graduates in 2013, including the September graduations. For the first time at VUT, the Faculty of Human Sciences conferred a Doctor Technologiae: Fine Art, to Kayamba Karitit William. Wednesday, 17 April 2013 marked a significant award of the Doctoris Technologiae (Honoris causa) from the Faculty of Human Sciences, to Justice Majake Meshak Mabasele, a judge of the North and South Gauteng High Court. He has made significant strides, as a friend of VUT, to make a substantial donation of law books to VUT’s new Department of Law. Many SRC leaders graduated this year, setting an example of exemplary leadership. The Council, management and staff of VUT congratulate all graduates on this important milestone and wish them every success for the future.




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‘n Vervoer Maatskappy in Vanderbijlpark, verlang die dienste van ‘n voertuig skeduleerder



Faks asb CV na 086 611 1755




Applicant must be 30 + years Fully bilingual in Eng & Afr • Knowledge of Pastel & Excel • Drivers licence essential • Salary R6,000 p/m • Applicant must be able to start immediately e-mail CV : closing date: 26/04/2013

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Het u ondervinding in Pastel en prosedure funksies tot Proefbalans? Het u kennis van statutêre opgawes en veral met SARS prosedures? Ondervinding in kantoor-administrasie is ‘n plus. Doen aansoek. Lorraine Faks: 088 016 423 6856 Sluitingsdatum 30 April 2013

to sell personal loans and allied products. Commission only. Commission paid daily. No experience required. Training provided. Start immediately. To apply contact Tebogo 016 933 0024.

with reference BS001


Experienced sales people with proven track record • Please contact GERALD JACKSON 016 455 5496 • Successful candidates will be invited for an interview • Basic Salary and Commission

Civil Design Draughtsman

• National Diploma S4/T3 • Petro Chem experience (5 years) • Civil, Structural re-enforced concrete • S.A Citizen R200 – R350p/h depending on experience Contact: Lezelle Theunissen on

071 679 3232


• Pastel Accounting experience to Trial Balance • Experience in the preparation of Financial Statements • Detailed knowledge of statutory monthly returns and calculations of VAT and PAYE • Experience in an accounting practice preferable

Salary: R 15 000 per month

fax CV to: 086 578 0327


VACANCY – Pre-School Educator (Grade R) We require the service of an experienced, qualified Grade R Educator for 2013 Requirements: Relevant qualification SACE registered Required from: A.S.A.P 2 – 3 years teaching experience. If you are interested and have the required qualifications and experience please fax your CV, including the following: ID, SACE Registration and Degree / Diploma To: Mrs A. Botes to 016 931 2249 or email to Closing date: 30 April 2013 Candidates who have not been contacted within one month of the closing date, should consider their applications unsuccessful.

To adverTise vacancies please

conTacT adeela Tel: (016) 950 7021 • E-mail:

vacancies@ mooivaal

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For interview contact (016) 4236458 or sms your name, age, area and contact number to 0849213718 or e- mail your CV to

Restaurant in Three Rivers Requires:


• Manager / Manageress You will work closely with the owner to ensure the smooth running of the establishment as well as providing excellent service to guests. We need someone who is: 1. Able to open and close the restaurant 2. Able to train and supervise the staff 3. Honest 4. Well presented and can communicate well 5. Reliable and organised 6. Has own transport Monthly salary negotiable / dependent on previous experience Fax CV to: 086 505 2868

• Engineers (Mechanical / Electrical / Safety / Instrumentation / Communication) • Civil Engineers • Cost Engineers • QA/QC Inspectors • Estimation Engineers • Primavera Planners • Construction Managers • Construction Material Specialists • Engineering Degree/Diploma required • More than 7 year’s experience in the relevant filed is required. • Previous Petrochemical experience is a distinctive advantage • Must have a valid passport & have Permanent residency in South Africa

1. 2. 3. 4.



Requirements: * Positive Attitude * Success Driven * Motivated * Own car & driver’s license (no public transport) * R9500.00 Starting Package * Above Average Commission * Full Company Training * Incentives * Bonuses * Promotion * Growth

Sales agents urgently needed


experience. Skills must include data capturing up to Trial Balance and Financial Reporting. Salary is negotiable. Please fax a detailed CV to 086 536 1160


Autotronix require personnel for commissioning off automation systems in the Vereeniging area. Instrument Eng/Tech – Must have experience in PLC programming and Scada. Please e-mail your 2 page CV to or fax to 086 5172535

fax CV to : 086 578 0327




• Typing skills on word and excel • Pastel Accounting Experience to Trial Balance • Working knowledge of VAT • Bilingual with good people skills • Own Transport Salary: R 5 500 per month


Stuur CV na of faks na 086 725 8358

Fax cv’s to 086 547 0971



Vereistes: Ondervinding in Mikrolenings bedryf Moet rekenaarvaardig wees Goeie menseverhoudinge


Pos beskikbaar in Mikrolenings maatskappy (Sasolburg)


Faks asb. CV nie langer as 2 bladsye na Faks nommer (016) 451 1593

Rekenaarsgeletterd (Microsoft word + Excel)


Applicants must be 50 years and older, neat, fully bilingual and with good people skills. Salary is negotiable. Please fax a detailed a CV to 086 536 1160 with reference BM001

1 DAY SHE REP COURSE • R800 • All course materials provided • Certificate issued • Job Assistance given 082 570 8663 all hours

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Position Marketing Position Bookkeeping Applicants must have at least 10 years


• Ondervinding in voertuig skedulering ‘n vereiste. • Graad 12 vereiste. • Moet onder druk kan werk. or phone us on 083 414 4275.

To be considered please urgently forward your CV to Interviews will take place in Johannesburg in May 2013.



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EVATON. - Unleash Your Potential (UYP) organisation in partnership with The Department of Sports and Recreation successfully hosted their first annual two-day ‘VukaMtomusha’ Dance festival at the Evaton Multipurpose Centre on Saturday. UYP chairman Sonnyboy Monnakgotla said the aim of the event was to encourage the youth to be aware of their potential. The festival featured dancers from different parts of the Vaal, Eastrand and Soweto who participated in the traditional and modern dance category. Participants were excited as they stood to win trophies and cash. Dancers presented their first dance piece on Saturday and performed again on Sunday where the winners were announced. Guests were from Gomec, the Department of Community and Safety, the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) and sponsors were the Department of Sports and Recreation. MC Thembi of UYP entertained the crowd as well as Vaal Important Pantsulas (VIPs) and UYP dancers. Thetha FM’s Kay D showed the crowd that she can also dance. The competition was tough but judges finally announced the winners. 1st place in the Traditional Dance category went to Classic Youth Club dancers and City Boys Pantsulas in the modern dance category, with each taking home a trophy and R2000 in cash. Other winners were Fantastic Movers and Thembalethu, who took 2nd prize and R1000 in cash. UYP’s chairman was happy with how successful their first dance festival turned out. “I thank our sponsors, UYP team and all those who made this event possible,” he says. He adds that everything went according to plan, he said.

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2 x Volwasse wit Kroegdames benodig Tanya 0793907272

is looking for a Administration Assistant

Based in the Vaal Triangle Own Reliable Transport Available immediately Strong Administration and Accounting Skills 5. Strong Communication Skills 6. This will be a Site Based position 7. Preference will be given to Qualifications The successful candidate will be contacted, in case we do not contact you within the first month after closing date your application was unsuccessful.

Closing Date: 26 April 2013

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To advertise your vacancies: Call: Adeela Williamson (016) 950 7021 • E-mail: / Fax: (016) 931 3146

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Fax / e-mail CV + proof of qualifications to the operations manager, Mrs Sylvia Conradie. Fax: (016) 596 1191 E-mail: Closing date: 13 May 2013 at 12h00 a1qxifq

• Pastel Human Resources (All Levels) • Pastel Payroll Year End and SARS Submission Training (End February 2013) • Pastel Payroll Tax Refresher Training (End February 2013)

Female Administrative Assistant Required for Transport Company in Vanderbijlpark

Requirements: • Driver’s license (C1/10) with PDP • Knowledge of general maintenance (handy man) • Knowledge of gardening • Knowledge of security • Own transport • No criminal record • Good report-writing skills • Able to work flexi hours and overtime • Ability to work as part of a team • Management and supervision skills • Good problem-solving skills • Good communication skills • Good interpersonal skills • Able to work under preassure and meet deadlines • Fluent in English • Be well presented • Be honest

Three Rivers Lodge, an upmarket and exclusive guest house, is looking for outstanding and committed staff to join our dynamic team. Please note that these positions are subject to alternative shifts and work on weekends and public holidays.

• Grade 12 certificate • Bilingual ( ENG & AFR ) • Computer literate ( Excel & Word experience ) • Driver’s licence and own vehicle • Good people skills and presentable • Should be interested in transport and logistics, • Able to work under pressure • Must reside in Vdbp. • Aged 18-35 Remuneration to be discussed To start 1 May 2013


Please fax CV to 086 501 6432 Closing date for applications: 26 April 2013

Internal Sales Administrator

Trailer parts / Automotive Industry

If not contacted by 30 April 2013 please consider your application unsuccessful.

CNC Machine Operators


Trailer parts / Automotive Industry

Well established International organization seeking services of a sales person. Should be self driven, self-starter, leader/team player, excellent communication skills, planning and coordinating skills, able to work under pressure, problem solving. 3-5 years’ experience, Pastel and Microsoft Office experience. Experience in the Caravan and Trailer Industry will be an advantage. Only experienced applicants need to apply

• Applicants should have at least 2 years CNC Turning Experience and must be fully conversant with measuring instruments as well as read and understand drawings. • Be prepared to work shifts • Be able to work under pressure • Problem solving skills • Team Player • Only experienced applicants need to apply

Closing date: 15 May 2013 Forward cv’s to: or fax (016) 455-3088

Closing date: 15 May 2013 Forward cv’s to: or fax (016) 455 3088









Tel: 016 976 1560 Fax: 086 541 6878 or Faxed to 086 659 3053 a1qwsza

Urgently Required

A detailed CV is to be e-mailed to


• Builders • Plasterers • Painters • Carpenters • Plumbers


Polokong Children’s Village has a vacancy for a fulltime garden, maintenance - & security supervisor.



Tel: (016) 556 1222


Park Motors Vereeniging Fiat & Alfa situated in Vereeniging CBD has a vacancy for a Qualified Mechanic. The applicant is required to provide proof of qualification and verifiable references on a CV.

Applicants must have valid teaching qualifications. Kindly hand in all CV’s personally to Ms. S. Hassain at Roshnee Secondary School during office hours.

Email CVs to

Phakisa Holdings Urgently require the following candidates for the local area:

Vacancy exist for a Grade 9 Mathematics and Grade 10, 11 & 12 Life Orientation Educator, SGB post, to start as at 01 May 2013.


or Faxed to 086 659 3053

- 3 years experience in managing a retail store - Grade 12 or equivalent essential - Proven track record of driving sales - Stock and shrinkage management - Ensure store profitability through the daily planning, leading, controlling and organizing of all resources, whilst ensuring superior customer service and a shopping environment that drives sales



Park Motors Vereeniging Fiat & Alfa situated in Vereeniging CBD has a vacancy for an experienced Salesperson. The applicant is required to provide a detailed CV with verifiable references. The CV can be emailed to

Experienced Motor Vehicle Sales Executive in Vanderbijlpark Minimum qualification Matric, 5 years motor industry sales Experience and own transport E – mail CV to Closing date 25 April 2013

Stuur CV aan: mail to:

Retail Branch Manager




soek ‘n netjiese en vriendelike persoon tussen 25 en 45 jaar vir ‘n 3 maande TYDELIKE pos as verkoopspersoon. Bande kennis is ‘n vereiste. Persoon moet eie vervoer hĂŞ. Nie-rokers sal voorkeur geniet. Faks CV na 086 633 6587 of lewer in by ons kantore tussen 10H00 en 14H00 weeksdae.


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7. Speurdienste / Private Detectives 8. Verlore / Gevind / Lost / Found 9. Saamrygeleenthede / Lifts 10. Vriendskaplik / Friendship 11. Persoonlike kennisgewings / Personal Notices

Dienste / services 12. Dagsorg / Daycare 13. Kleuterskole / Pre-Primary Schools 14. Naskoolsorg / Afterschool care 15. Onderrig / Education


Egskeidings / Divorce

16. Video & Fotografie / Video & Photography 17. Musiek / Music 18. Onthale & Konferensies Functions & Conferences 19. Spyseniering / Catering



Finansiële Dienste / Financial Services



62. Juweliersware / Jewelery 63. Veevoer / Animal Feeds 64. Diere & Pluimvee Animals & Poultry 65. Plaastoerusting / Farm Equipment 66. Motors 67. Bakkies 68. Vragmotors / Trucks 69. Motorfietse / Motorbikes 70. Woonwaens / Caravans 71. Bote / Boats

Suspended ceilings, Normal ceilings, (Rhino) Knotty pine ceilings & dry wall partition. As well as installation


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legal notices

Caroline Motaung & father unknown

Name of parents/Guardian:

Name of Social Worker: a1qy03k

Herewith we would like to inform our readers that all legal notices will be published in the legals department.

of the child:

Tau Mahlatsi Tel: 016 930200


ERF: 489 SUBURB: SW5 X1, AREA: 1475m2 FOR: a Place of instruction and an Institution


In compliance with clause 12 of the Vanderbijlpark Town Planning Scheme, 1987 notice is hereby given that: Mr W Louw, the authorized agent, intends to apply to the Western Vaal Metropolitan Local Council in terms of clauses 12 and 19 of the above mentioned Scheme for the Council’s consent to the erection and use of buildings on the under mentioned land and/or to use the under mentioned land namely:

Particulars of the application will be filed with the Municipal Manager of the Emfuleni Municipal Council on or before 19 April 2013 and may thereafter be inspected at the office of the Manager: Land Use Management, Emfuleni Municipal Council 1st Floor, Old Trust Bank Building, corner of President Kruger and Eric Louw Street, Vanderbijlpark during normal office hours, Any person having any objection to the erection and use of the proposed building or to the proposed use of land must lodge such objection, together with the grounds thereof, in writing, with the Municipal Manager, P.O. Box 3, Vanderbijlpark or Fax: (016) 950 5533 and with the under mentioned address within twenty eight (28) days after the said date. Adrdress of the authorized agent Mr W Louw P.O. Box 45 Henbyl, 1903 Cellular/Fax: 0833848784/0865463812


1. Full names the applicant: Thamsanqa Nhlanhla Hamilton Kamalo 2. Intended trading name: Khumza Tavern 3. Identity number of Registration number of the applicant : 530801572305 4. Full address and location of the premises: 1373 Mikado Road, Evaton, Vanderbijlpark 5. Type of licence applied for: Tavern Liquor Licence 6. Names and nature of educational institutions within a radius of 1 kilometre from the premises in paragraph 4: None (Use annexure where necessary) 7. Names and distances to similar licensed premises within a radius of 1 kilometre from the premises in paragraph 4 None (Use annexure where necessary) 8. Places of worship within a radius of 1 kilometre from the premises in paragraph 4 None Signed at VEREENIGING On this 5 day of APRIL 2013

It is the responsibility of the Advertiser to make sure that his advertisement is correct on the first day of publication and placed according to his/her instructions and that all mistakes are corrected before the next edition. MooiVaal Media does not accept any responsibility for more than one faulty placing.

Sedibeng District Municipality

Suitably qualified service providers are hereby invited to submit proposals on the following: Bid No.



Request for proposal for political outreach and oversight services in support of the 2013 State Of the District Address.

The employer is the Sedibeng District Municipality.

LIQUOR ACT, 2003 NOTICE OF APPLICATION IN TERMS OF SECTION 24 Notice is hereby given that it is the intention of the person whose details are set out below to lodge an application for TAVERN LIQUOR LICENCE to the secretary of the local committee of Sedibeng Full names of the applicant: Arthur Mthuthuzela Willem Intended trading name: Brains Inn Registration number of the applicant: 5202125849080 Full address and location of the premises: 1405 JABAVU STREET, BOPHELONG, 1911 5. Type of license applied for: Tavern Liquor Licence 6. Names and nature of educational institutions within a radius of 1 kilometer from the premises in paragraph 4. None 7. Names and distances to similar licenses premises within a radius of 1 kilometer from the premises in paragraph 4. None 8. Places of worship within a radius of 1 kilometer from the premises in paragraph 4: None Signed at Vereeniging on the 2nd day of 26 - 2031.

Martha - (016) 950 7024 Mita - (016) 454 0859


Notice is hereby given that it is the intension of the person whose details are set out below to lodge an application of Tavern Liquor Licence to the secretary of the local committee of Sedibeng.


Hiermee wil ons graag al ons lesers inlig dat alle Regskennisgewings voortaan in die regsafdeling gepubliseer sal word.

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Legal Notices

1. 2. 3. 4.

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 Tuesday, 16 April 2013 and during weekdays thereafter.


Name and/or discription



Tel: (016) 986 1200 (office) Website:

Regskennisgewings Regskennisgewings

90. Hoewes & Plase te huur / Small Holdings & Farms to let 91. Hoewes & Plase te koop / Small Holdings & Farms for sale 92. Besighede te koop / Business for sale 93. Kamers te huur / Rooms to let 94. Gastehuise / Guest-Houses 95. Vakansie Akkomodasie / Holiday Accommodation 96. Bestuurskole / Driving Schools 97. Betrekkings gevra / Vacancies Wanted 98. Betrekkings / Vacancies 99. Volwasse Vermaak / Adult Entertainment


Beton & Palissades / Concrete & Palisades

Emdee Ceilings

Huise Te Huur / Houses To Let

at Lakeside Sebokeng R 2,100.00 p/m Contact

72. Algemeen te huur / To let 80. Losies / Boarding 81. Eiendomme Benodig / Properties Wanted 82. Besigheidsgeleenthede / Business Opportunities 83. Persele / Premises 84. Woonstelle te huur / Flats to let 85. Woonstelle te koop / Flats for sale 86. Meenthuise te huur / Townhouses to let 87. Meenthuise te koop / Townhouses for sale 88. Huise te huur / Houses to let 89. Huise te koop / Houses for sale.


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Bouwerk / Building


te kooP / For sale 52. Algemeen te koop / General for sale 53. Te koop gevra / Wanted to buy 55. Rekenaars / Computers 56. Kantoortoerusting / Office supplies 57. Selfone/Cell phones 58. Pandwinkels / Pawn shops 59. TV / Elektriese toebehore/ TV / Electrical Appliances 60. Boeke/Versamelitems Books / Collectors items 61. Kuns / Oudhede/ Artwork/Antiques


GETTING divorced quickly + easy by attorney. Phone Martie Stander (016) 933­2154 / 072 252 3920

Lenings / Loans

36. Sekuriteit / Security 37. Plaagbeheer / Pest Control 38. Tuindienste / Garden Services 39. Vervoer & Berging / Transport & Storage 40. Boorgate / Boreholes 41. Swembaddens / Swimming Pools 42. Grasdakke / Thatch roofs 43. Lenings / Loans 44. Finansiele Dienste / Financial Services 45. Naaldwerk / Needlework 46. Skoonheid & Gesondheid / Beauty & Health 48. Jaggeleenthede / Hunting 49. Sweis & Staalwerke / Welding & Steelworks 50. Massering / Massages


1. Berading / Counselling 2. Kerke / Churches 3. Gelukwensings / Congratulations 4. Dankbetuigings/ Thank you 5. Memoriam / Grafstene / Tombstones 6. Egskeidings / Divorce

20. Wegneemetes & Restaurante / Take Aways & Restaurants 21. Lugversorgers / Aircons 25. Blindings / Blinds 26. Springkastele / Jumping Castle 27. Houtwerk / Carpentry 28. Matte / Carpets 29. Plaveisel / Paving 30. Bouwerk / Building 31. Beton & Palisade / Concrete & Palisades 32. Elektriese dienste & Herstelwerk / Electrical Services & Repairs 33. Loodgieters / Plumbing 34. Algemene Dienste / General Services 35. Rommelverwydering Refuse Removal

(016) 950-7000

Persoonlik /Personal

A non-refundable tender deposit (As stipulated above) is payable by 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 tender is 12:00 on Monday, 29 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 a 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

Document Fee R 162.00 (Non- Refundable)

Contact Person Mr. Themba Ndaba Tel: 016 450 3290 Cell: 071 670 6482

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 of the tender documents. 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:// /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 a valid Tax Clearance Certificate and Up to date utilities Account Statement. Failure to attach these documents will result to a tender being NonResponsive. a1qxh50

Municipal Manager: Yunus Chamda

Corner Beaconsfield & Leslie Streets, Constitutional Square, Vereeniging | PO Box 471, Vereeniging, 1930 - Email: | Tel: 016 450 3000

24 April - 30 April 2013



Soccer is like their girlfriends and wives With Zacharia Nale This week I was busting my head against the wall because I had run out of ideas as to what to write about. I thought it was because it was Monday. That day Shooting From The Hip suffered from a hangover. No man, not a drinking hangover, a soccer hangover! You know, it doesn’t matter how long one has been in the field of journalism - sometimes you still struggle to put the pieces together for something to make sense. Yes, sense! Talking about sense, something interesting comes to mind. Every time I visit the Boipatong Stadium, I ask myself why those soccer fans always come in numbers when the home teams play their league games, especially the Birds FC. Does this have something to do with loyalty, or with the kind of football their favourite teams play? Rain or cold, they are always there cheering for their teams when they play. I don’t know whether to call this passion for or loyalty to this beautiful game. It doesn’t matter. At least these youngsters don’t play in front of empty seats as is the case with some of the PSL clubs, who barely attract a crowd of

Police officer rolls up his sleeves for the needy

We as the media don’t give credit where it is due. The only time we write about spectators is when they throw missiles or should I say ‘vuvuzelas’ to protest referee decisions. But the fact of the matter is that these are the people who make our football exciting on the stands. They don’t run away even if it is ‘raining cats and dogs’. They stand there and sing non-stop. These are the soccer fans who are always at the Boipatong Stadium. There is the funny character who always sings and teases people around the stadium, including the coaches and especially opposition coaches on the bench. Forget about their boozing habits, they bring the best out of everyone at the stadium. These are the people we will remember,

saying: “If ‘Moketekete’ was here we could have fun or laugh.” We must learn to honour people while they are still alive. We must not wait until they die and make long speeches at their funeral whilst we failed to honour them in life. Of course, some of them come to the stadium drunk but their presence means a lot to the players. They could go to the shebeens or taverns but they choose to come to the stadium to support the development of football. These are the people who are in love with this No 1 sport. To them soccer is like their second home or should I say, their girlfriends and wives! Finally I found sense!

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2000. It is always encouraging for these youngsters to play in front of a fair crowd at this young age, to prepare them for the future. My exact point is that no-one will leave his or her house to come and watch soccer at the stadium, especially in this kind of weather. It must be a good reason to say the least! I try to make sense of why they are always at this bumpy Boipatong Soccer Stadium supporting their favourite clubs in action. They are there on Saturdays and Sundays from morning to the last game of the day. Noone forces them from the comfort of their houses to come and watch soccer. Soccer is their lives. This is one aspect of the game we normally neglect.

Yes we do! Pikitup and the City of Joburg are proud to announce the roll-out of our waste recycling programme TRASH TO TREASURE, in the ORANGE FARM area! TRASH TO TREASURE turns your household waste into something of worth. And all we need you to do is separate out the recyclables from your normal refuse. Our Treasure Team will drop in for a quick visit at your home to let you know how you can get involved and help us build a world class African city!

Zacharia Nale

SEBOKENG. - As part of social responsibility, Aubrey Moopeloa rolls up his sleeves for the needy. He did this, when he recently bought a set of soccer kits for the struggling soccer team in Lakeside. Moopeloa, who is related to former Orlando Pirates’ dreadlocked midfield Motlatsi Moopeloa, says, “The donation is part of his social responsibility to his community. According to Moopeloa he volunteered to buy them soccer kits because the team was in desperate need of the proper uniform. “I expect nothing in return because this is part of my contribution - it is good to see young people playing sport. I hope these soccer kits will motivate them and maybe I will see some of them playing PSL teams in future. The donation is not just a publicity stunt but makes a difference to the lives of these kids,” says Moopeloa, who is a policeman by profession.


Aubrey Moopeloa (stipped T­shirt) hands over the brand­new soccer kits he recently bought for the disadvantaged soccer team in Lakeside. Photo: Supplied. Joburg Connect: 011 375 5555/ 0860 JOBURG (562874)

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ORANGE FARM: February 2013







24 April - 30 April 2013

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Exciting final on the cards Zacharia Nale

BOIPATONG. - The stage is set for a ‘humdinger’ when local soccer teams battle it out in the mouth-watering Aaron Mokoena Mbazo Lounge Soccer Tournament final scheduled to take place at the Boipatong Stadium on Saturday. The teams that booked their place in the final are The Birds FC, Vaal Stars, Mighty Stars and The Birds Development FC. The Birds will clash with Mighty Stars in the senior category, while Vaal Stars FC will be pitted against The Birds Development in what promises to be a ‘dog-eat-dog’ encounter. Vaal Stars qualified for the final after beating Nale Academy 1-0 in an entertaining semifinal match, while The Birds Development defeated Young Stars FC in another minutesthriller semifinal. The game was decided on

penalty after these sides 1-1 draw in full time. Mighty Stars booked their place in the final in the senior category after they beat Marambaramba FC 7-6 on ‘sudden death’, while The Birds had to sweat hard before beating the stubborn Vaal Milano in another exciting encounter. The former Bafana Bafana Captain Aaron “Mbazo” “Mokoena” enjoyed each and every moment of action. He was accompanied by Orlando Pirates administrator – Zenzo Mazingiza. Speaking to Sedibeng Ster Sport, Mokoena says the tournament is his way to plough back into the Boipatong community for the part they played in his football career. Mokoena says he is passionate about the development of football because he was also a youngster playing in the dusty streets of Boipatong before he joined Jomo Cosmos, the team that shaped his football career. “I’m

VUT FC on the roll

grateful to the Boipatong community because I’m one of them. They played an important part in my football career and I will never forget this. I feel humbled to be appreciated by my community and I will always support the

The Birds FC and RESA players fight for ball possesion during the two­side Safa Sedi­ beng Castle Regional League at the Boipatong Stadium on Sunday. Photo: Zacharia Nale.

MBC FC is at the bottom of the Emfuleni Local Football Association's Vaal Milling Promo­ tion League log. Photo: Zacharia Nale. Zacharia Nale

SEDIBENG. - VUT FC, otherwise known as “The Students” is the only team still undefeated in the Emfuleni Local Football Association’s Vaal Milling Promotion League. The latter is sitting at the summit of the log with 15 points after five outings. VUT FC is the most experienced campaigner in this league together with Sebokeng Ajax FC. Sebokeng Ajax are second on the log with 13 points from six games, while Nale Academy is third on the log with the same number of points – 13, only goal difference separates the two. Although it is too early The Students seem to be on the way to running away with the league title. However, they won’t participate in the promotion play-offs if they are crowned champions at the end of the season, seeing that they had another team that campaigned in the Safa Sedibeng Castle Regional League. The Birds Babies are fourth on the log after suffering a shock defeat at the hands of their bitter rivals – Vaal Development Academy. This encounter took place at the Boipatong Stadium on Saturday. Despite it ‘raining cats and dogs’ the game lived up to expectations, but off-field drama nearly spoiled this minute-thriller encounter. Both sides’ coaches nearly exchanged punches and some officials had to intervene. When Sedibeng Ster Sport asked about the incident. The Vaal Development coach Ntando “Mboma” Zwane was very diplomatic, saying nothing serious had happened. “These kinds of thing are bound to happen, especially in derbies but I am happy the game continued. What is important

is that the game played to the end and local soccer fans really enjoyed good football. There was nothing personal but emotions were high because no-one wanted to lose this game. I’m proud of how we play despite all these difficult circumstances,” says the softspoken Zwane. Promotion League fixtures: Stream B Saturday Moropodi vs Sebokeng Academy (Sport Centre, 11:00) Mighty Killers vs Roots Mighty Stars (Zone 3, 13:00) Vintage vs Roshnee (Sport Center, 13:00) West FC vs EYA (Zone 3, 15:00) Sunday Zone 10 United vs Celta Vigo (Zone 7, 11:00) Reki Manyora vs Tokyo (Sport Centre, 13:00) City Stars vs Junior Lions (Zone 15, 15:00) West Ham vs Dream Stars (Sports Centre, 15:00) Stream A Friday VUT vs Liverpool (Isak Steyl, 17:00) Saturday Young Milano vs Vaal Development (George Thabe, 11:00) Nale Academy vs Sebokeng Ajax (Shakespeare, 13:00) Sunday The Birds vs Vaal Stars (Boipatong, 11:00) Vaal Manchester vs MBC (George Thabe, 13:00) Young Stars vs Vereeniging Old Boys (Boipatong, 15:00)

development of football in this region,” says Mokoena. He revealed to Sedibeng Ster Sport that he would join forces with Mazingiza to stage another soccer tournament in this region in June.

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Sedibeng Ster 24 - 30 April 2013  
Sedibeng Ster 24 - 30 April 2013  

Sedibeng Ster 24 - 30 April 2013