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SEDIBENG.- The African National Congress (ANC) has won its fight to have the Vaal area turned into a Metropolitan City. The Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB) announced on Tuesday that the Democratic Alliance (DA) led MidVaal Local Municipality will merger with Emfuleni Local Municipality, Sedibeng District Municipality and Lesedi Local municipality to form a Metro. This will not go without a fight from the DA who have said that they will take legal action if the merger takes place. The DA has always been vehemently against the merger stating that the proposed merger was not viable as the MidVaal was capable of sustaining itself without the merger and that the incorporation of other municipalities will destabilise its resources. “The next case is that of the redetermination of municipal boundaries of Emfuleni, MidVaal, Local Municipalities and Sedibeng District Municipality amalgamating them into a single Category A Metropolitan Municipality. With the formation of the metropolitan municipality, the Sedibeng ANC Regional Chair­ person and Sedibeng District Municipality Executive Mayor Simon Mofokeng is behind the idea of the mer­ ger for the area to be turned into a Metro. Photo: Lazarus Ditha­ giso.

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District Municipality will fall away. In addition Lesedi Local Municipality will be excluded from Sedibeng District Municipality and be included into Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality,” says a statement by the MDB. Speaking during a networking session at the Riveria Hotel in Vereeniging on Friday, Sedibeng District Municipality mayor and ANC Regional Chairperson Simon Mofokeng said, “The ANC has injected the idea in the lips, tongues and minds of the residents around Midvaal to rest assured that once we take over, we are going to bring a better life.” Mofokeng said that the concerns raised by

the public at different meetings regarding service deliveries, are being given attention. MDB Chairperson Landiwe Mahlangu is reported to have said on Tuesday that the board had received 10 000 objections to the cases it had published with the majority of objections coming from the Gauteng area. Throughout the process political parties have differed about the proposed merger of turning the four municipalities into a single Metropolitan Municipality. Sedibeng District Municipality Acting Director of External Communications Lebo Mofokeng says, “The debate on the ‘Metro’ issue has instilled a sense of apprehension in the minds of some residents. We want to assure all the residents of the affected areas that an intensive consultation process will unfold henceforth to explain the migration process as we move the countdown to ‘Day Zero’ which will be the election day in 2016. The Sedibeng District Municipality welcomes the announcement with a firm focus on the enormous task ahead in managing the migration process and establishing sound systems of governance and above all, service delivery for the new Vaal Metro.” DA Sedibeng Regional Chairperson Daddy Mollo says that they are going to takethe matter further. “ We are definately taking this matter further as we believe that the decisison was politically motivated, hence we are saying that we are going to fight this with everything that we have through the courts,” he ends.

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Life imprisonment is the only suitable punishment: Magistrate The sun will never shine again for Simon Motsoeneng who was sentenced to 10 ye­ ars for robbery and to life in prison for mur­ der.

SEBOKENG. – The Sebokeng Regional Court has found Simon Motsoeneng guilty on all charges relating to a gruesome murder.. The court heard how the accused together with his friend entered a house to find the owner sleeping in Zone 14 in the early hours of the morning in January. The suspects tied the victim’s hands and legs before cutting his throat. The two left their weapons in a pool of blood and drove off with the

deceased’s silver Toyota Corolla. The police continued with investigations that led to the arrest of the two suspects. 26-year-old Motsoeneng finally appeared alone in the Sebokeng Regional Court on October 3. He was sentenced tan additional life sentence for murder. “Motsoeneng’s friend - who cannot be named as the matter has not been finalised - will appear soon at the court,” said police spokesperson Warrant Officer Mzimkhulu Mthimkulu.

New car goes up in flames

Mduduzi Mathebula

BOIPATONG. – Businessman Oupa Ngwenya narrowly escaped death on Friday when his new Mercedes Benz Viano burst into flames on Frikkie Meyer Boulevard. The sudden fire happened without warning, according to the driver. He was driving from Evaton to Vanderbijlpark when the incident occurred at about 15:00. “I don’t know what happened and why it happened to me,” says Ngwenya, who was rushing home from work when the incident happened. Apparently the car is a month old and Ngwenya had been using it for almost two weeks. As he was about to reach

the Boipatong robots Ngwenya says he smelled some smoke coming from the bonnet and he stopped to check it out. As he opened the bonnet he was almost engulhed by flames that were suddenly being fed air.“I had the shock of my life as I opened the bonnet. I thought it was just smoke from wires. To my surprise it was something much bigger. I had to move away from the car. I tried to stop the fire with the help of other motorists. We used about five to six fire extinguishers but our efforts were fruitless,” says Ngwenya. The car burnt into ashes right under his nose. Police were deployed but no case was opened. Emfuleni Fire Rescue was

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also there but could not prevent the violent fire. “ I thank God I’m alive,” concludes Ngwenya.

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Angry Tshepiso Phase 5 community members say they want electricity and will not back down until they get it. They took to the streets on Monday. Photo: Pinky Mofokeng.

SHARPEVILLE. - ‘Dark City’, as many know Tshepiso South Phase 5, is at it again. This comes after angry residents took to the streets on Monday morning and barricaded the busy Boy Louw Road with stones. The community showed their frustration with songs of the ‘apartheid era’ as they were promised electricity years ago but to this day are still waiting for it. They claim that too many people have lost their lives in fires that broke out due to the use of gas or candles. It is apparently not the first time these residents closed roads in order for their pleas to be heard. According to them it’s their Councillor Velli Mzangwa who allegedly failed to address them, not taking them seriously by not holding meetings or sharing any information with them. They claim that councillors only know them when they want votes. Officials from the Emfuleni Local Municipality. MMC Nomvula Thulo and MMC Manana Kubeka, managed to calm the crowd down by assuring them that they would get feedback within 14 days as to when the

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contractors will start with electricity installation. The promises seemingly gave them hope abut some said that all hell will break loose if it turns out that they have been misled. “We are aware of your situation. The project was supposed to have started in July but the tender process takes time. “We agreed with some of the MMCs and the mayor that some things need attention and that we should take this situation to regulation 32. We are done with regulation 32. What is left is just to appoint a company that will start working,” says MMC for Basic Services Nomvula Thulo.

Stand up for your money Lerato Serero

SEDIBENG.- “Our people need to stand up and know that they have money that aisowed to them!” So says Camuel Dikotla of the Wildebeest Evaton Community Organisation (WECO, Maranatha) who has vowed to help the Vaal community reclaim what he says is rightfully theirs. Dikotla says that his organisation helps families with claims such as surpluses, provident funds, pension funds, motor vehicle accidents, medical aid claims and unpaid salaries. “Our people have long been robbed of what belongs to them so we are making a call to them tso they know that we are here to help them with correct information and documents. We are making sure that they reclaim their moniey which is lying in government coffers,” he says. Dikotla says that most people do not know that they have money that is lying somewhere with administrators and that they should come out and claim it. WECO, Maranatha is led by Solomon Mthwalo who has for years been fighting community issues such as evictions and land claims. “We call on all our people to contact us and we will take it from there, making sure that they get what they deserve,” ends Dikotla.

Camuel Dikotla speaks to Sedibeng Ster about the moneythey are entit­ led to. Photo: Lerato Serero.

Ombudsman according to the editorial policy of sedibeng ster we invite readers to comment about the newspaper’s contents, and we correct significant errors as soon as possible. Please send information about correction of mistakes in the newspaper to the ombudsman of Media24’s Community Press, george Claassen, at ombudsman.media24@live., or call him on (021) 851 3232 or 083 543 2471. Readers can also complain about the contents to the south african Press Ombudsman, Mr Joe Thloloe. In that case, please phone (011) 788 4829 of 788 4837, send a fax to (011) 788 4990 or email to pressombudsman@ombudsman.

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You have to let it go

Everything happens for a reason. The same way that everything happens for a reason, everything has to come to an end. It happened for a reason that Zwelinzima Vavi is suspended from Cosatu. Julius Malema was expelled from the ruling party for a reason, we all want to be millionaires

for a reason, the American government is under lock down for a reason and we are living in this world for a reason. Some things are meant to be. These well-worn clichés are bandied about by religious and non-religious alike, and the romantics among us can’t help but believe they conceal something true. Saying goodbye is the hardest thing to do, particularly when you are fond of so-

mething. But at a certain point in life this has to be done, ‘nomakanjane.’ As world renowned Bishop T. D. Jakes says, It does not help to keep holding on to something that is not fruitful for you. ‘Let it go.’ I love it when T.D. goes on to say, “There are people who can walk away from you. and when those people walk away from you, let them walk. “Don’t try to talk another person into staying with you, loving

you, calling you, caring about you, coming to see you, staying attached to you. Hang up the phone. “Your destiny is never tied to anybody that left. “People leave you because they are not joined to you. And if they are not joined to you, you can’t make them stay. Let them go.” Now this is just simple, just let it go! Lerato…



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ELM woman busted Lazarus Dithagiso

VANDERBIJLPARK. A middle aged man is at large following the arrest of his alleged girlfriend by the Vanderbijlpark SAPS’s Task Team on Tuesday morning. The arrest follows a lengthy search by the Task Team after they received a tip-off about illegal operations that were taking place at a flat at the corner of Rutherford and Hertz Boulevard. The flat belongs to an Emfuleni Local Municipality (ELM) employee who is known to Sedibeng Ster, but cannot be named as she has not pleaded in court. Speaking to Sedibeng Ster on condition of anonymity, one of the residents says that police arrived and went straight for the flat where they found a couple, and as the police continued searching the rooms, the boyfriend went outside pretending to be talking on his cell phone. When police went out to look for him, he was nowhere to be found. In the the search police found R22 000 in cash, three stamps belonging to the Johan-

nesburg High Court, Standard Bank and one with just ‘Copy’ written on it. A key to a VW Polo TDI and a Plasma TV set were also confiscated. While searching one of the flats’ garages police discovered the VW Polo TDI which had in it Metro Police appointment cards, police official blue lights, and a grass cutting machine. Police say that the car was reported stolen during a house robbery in Roodeport. The woman is charged with being in possession of suspected stolen property. ELM spokesperson Klaas Mofomme confirms that the woman is employed by the municipality. “We will conduct our own investigations to give room for the police to complete their duty. This was the initiative of our Department of Public Safety to come up with an operation after receiving a tip off. The suspect will remain on the payroll until further investigation,” he said. “There’s no room for criminals in the municipality and those who think that they can do as they please must watch out,” he concludes.

The Vanderbijlpark SAPS Task Team Police arrested a woman in Vanderbijlpark on Tuesday morning following the discovery of R22 000 in cash in her flat including Metro Police appointment cards, Police official blue lights, and a grass cutting machine amongst other things. Photo: Lazarus Dithagiso.

Pandor opens newly built Home Affairs

Mduduzi Mathebula

SEBOKENG. - Minister of Home Affairs Naledi Pandor cut the red ribbon to officially open the newly built Sebokeng Home Affairs on Friday. The opening was followed with a very touching but brief speech about the history of how the place came into being by Sedibeng District Municipality Executive Mayor Simon Mahole Mofokeng and MEC for Social Development Naledi ManyathulaKhoza.

Mofokeng spoke about the divide between black and white during the 70s when black people were not allowed to apply for ID documents. Mofokeng further thanked the entire entourage that graced the event. Pandor - after the opening - greeted a staff delighted to bask in the warm hospitality of the launch. Lerato Afilaka (District Manager Operation Westrand and Sedibeng) touched on the usage of the offices and the building on which it is modelled. “It will be easy to use

for the able-bodied and disabled members of the public. We created the building according to a fixed standard of human rights in order to accommodate everybody. It has the latest technology for supervisors to access the product,” says Afilaka who promised great hospitality and service. Right: National Minister of Home Affairs Naledi Pandor at the newly opened offices of Home Affairs in Sebokeng. Photo: Mdu­ duzi Mathebula.

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Pledge to stop gender- Reading for redemption: based violence Correctional Services

Moleboheng Chaha

VANDERBIJLPARK. - Hundreds of men pledged to stop gender-based violence, rape and the killing of women and children. The theme was “Not in my name”. This theme was highly visible at the “positive male role models campaign” held by the Gauteng and National Departments of Social Development together with different stakeholders in the Bophelong Community Hall. The Gauteng MEC for Social Development Nandi Mayathula-Khoza at the event stated that the occasion was inspired by the fact that, despite disturbing acts of abuse initiated by perpetrators, there are still some men who care deeply about the women in their lives. Some of these men were honoured at the event. Khoza further stated that media reports indicated that some cases of abuse go unreported and that the abuse of women, children, older persons

and people with disabilities needs to be dealt with. Bafana Khumalo of Sonke Gender Justice says: “We need to build a nation that protects women and holds them in high regard. It is therefore vital that society in its entirety works together to combat gender-based violence.Some of the men awarded here today had a very tough journey; they did not start out doing good but they have now changed their ways and have become positive role models who now have a positive impact on society and own different NGOs.” While Deputy Minister of Social Development Bongi Ntuli shared the same sentiments of the speakers before her, she also highlighted the fact that boy-children have difficulties growing into good men as many of them grow up without a positive male rolemodel in their lives.

“Not in my name” embraced the men who attended the Positive Male Role Model Cam­ paign held by the Department of Social Development which aims to combat Gender Based Violence. Photo:Lazarus Dithagiso.

THE DEBT COLLECTION INDUSTRY AND THE CONSUMER It is a reality in the times we live in that most South Africans will probably at some stage be contacted by a debt collector for the payment of an outstanding amount. Whether the demand is for outstanding School fees, Rent and levies, unpaid accounts, TV licenses, medical bills or any other amount, the collection of these amounts if done by any other person than the person to whom the amount is owed in all likelihood falls under the auspices of the Council for Debt Collectors The principles applicable as well as the exceptions to this general rule is set out below. monthly installments, and consent to judgment. A debt collector is any person or Once signed such a document may company other than an attorney or lead to a court order being obtained his employee who for reward col- without further notice to the debtor. lects debts owed to another on the latter’s behalf. Property Managers Who regulates the debt who collect arrear rent or levies collector’s actions? are also debt collectors. The Council monitors the actions of debt collectors ensuring that Must a debt collector be their actions comply with the code registered? of conduct for debt collectors and All debt collectors must register further ensuring that they charge with the Council for Debt Colleconly those fees allowed by the Act. tors in order to operate. Failure to register before collecting a debt is What fees may debt collectors a criminal offence. charge? Who is a debt collector?

It then follows that on a debt of R100 the fees charged may never exceed R100. A debt collector is also allowed 10% fee per instalment received in payment of a debt subject to a maximum of R368-00. Note: Collection commission agreed upon between the debt collector and the client cannot be recovered from a debtor.

are therefore answerable only to the relevant law societies. • Micro lenders and others like furniture stores who collect their own debts need not register with the Council and therefore also fall outside the jurisdiction of the Council. • Although you are entitled to collect your own debts without being registered as a debt What should I do if a debt collector, you are not entitled collector contacts me? to demand any fees while • Make sure he or she is registered. doing so. Contact the Council for clarification What to do if you have a com if necessary. plaint against a debt collector? • Listen carefully to what he or she says. • When in doubt obtain legal advice • Debt collectors are regulated by the Council for Debt Collectors or approach the Council. and must comply with various laws, regulations and the code What rights do debt collectors of conduct while performing have? their duties. • They have the right to contact you • If you have a complaint with for the payment of a debt regards to the fees you are • They have the right to charge the being charged, have the ac prescribed fees for the work done count taxed by the clerk of the in collecting a debt. magistrate court. • All complaints must be in writing What rights do I have? and under oath. • If you have a complaint against • The right to obtain legal advice the actions or conduct of a debt before signing anything. In the collector or are unsure of your legal world your signature on rights, contact: a document like for instance a acknowledgement of debt can The Council for Debt Collectors have serious financial conse PO BOX 836 quences. Silverton • To be treated with dignity at all Pretoria times. 0127 • The right to confidentiality. Tel: 012-8049808 • The right not to be contacted 012-8040744 before 6 in the morning or after 9 Fax: in the evening, or on a Sunday. P O Box 836, Silverton, 0127 • The right not to be harassed, Website: humiliated, embarrassed or threatened. • To receive a statement should you request one free of charge once every six months. • To have the account of a debt collector taxed by the clerk of the magistrate court should I dispute the amount for fees charged by the debt collector. For more information • If unhappy with the conduct of a please tune into: debt collector to report him to the Jozi fm, Kasie fm, Sosh Fm, Council for investigation and Thetha fm & Vot fm possible disciplinary steps.

The fees are prescribed by law, which include a fee for letters, telephone calls and a collection commission. All debt collectors must produce Fees generally not recoverable proof of registration, on request. are bank charges, and travelling expenses. What do debt collectors do? Typical fees at date of print and They collect debts owed to ancontained in Schedule B of the other, by mail, phone or in person. Regulations are for example: They may deliver documents and Necessary Letter R15-00 may even have an acknowledge- Necessary Phone call R15-00 ment of debt signed. Consultation with debtor R37-00 What is an acknowledgement Other necessary expenses R15-00 of debt? Important points to remember A debt collector is not entitled to • Attorneys and their employees do A legal document in terms claim more than R736-00 in fees or not fall under the jurisdiction of the whereof a party admits his liability the capital amount due whichever Council for Debt Collectors and to another, often coupled with amount is the lesser. an offer to pay off the debt in How do I know if the person contacting me is a debt collector?

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lenges. I read everything from newspaSEDIBENG.- National Correctional pers to magazines and the bible. We canWeek celebrated ‘reading for redempti- not second-guess education - it is a fact on’ at Groenpunt Correctional Centre re- of life,” says Mogele, who sees it as his cently. The event was graced by all kinds way out of prison. Guest speaker Gustav Wilson summed of inmates - maximum, medium and juvenile - who all assembled at the correcti- up the event as a success. “Reading for onal hall where young and old expressed redemption was established in 2006 and their differences on the subject of rea- has grown every year. We are pleased to see more inmates reading and informing ding. ‘Reading for redemption’ was precis- themselves,” says Wilson. ely explained to the assembly by area commissioner Mandla Mkhwanazi who said, “Reading is a very important aspect in any person’s life. We get informed through reading and writing.” Two inmates were given the opportunity to brief the audience on what they had read and how it had changed them. Chief Mogele, a degree-holder in Education, was very critical about lack of education and its importance. “Education cannot make you rich, but it will academically make you un- Chief Mogele who is at the Groenpunt maximum prison derstand life changes was on point when he lectured other inmates on the im­ and economic chal- portance of reading. Photo: Mduduzi Mathebula.




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Church and Heritage Mduduzi Mathebula

The youth enjoying the Operation Khanyisa stage play while they were taught how to be legal, safe and efficient electricity users.

BOPHELONG. – ASEDI capacitated the Jehovaniss Topian Church recently. As usual the packed congregation filled the day with traditional songs and indigenous African talk. According to the church the celebration was to show young ones who Africans are and how they used to live. “We are people of the soil and the main objective of this day is to teach our children how we dressed and worshipped God,” says Richard Malemba. The church was alight with the Holy Ghost’s fire as they sang and danced. Tshumayelo Majoro was among the guest speakers in full traditional attire. Sister Dorothy Mphela, an organiser, says, “All the glory should be given to the Almighty for who we are today and to celebrate such a day of magnitude.” The church prepared traditional food from all different tribes while entertainment was offered by Walter Nkunga.

Operation Khanyisa with fun

Lerato Serero

SEBOKENG.- Excitement and joy could be seen on the faces of both the young and old at the ‘Operation Khanyisa’ Play Ball Fun Day Soccer Tournament held in Sebokeng recently. Participants as young as six took part in the Play Ball Fun Day soccer tournament in the four boys and girls categories. ‘Operation Khanyisa’ is a national partnership campaign aimed at mobilising South Africans towards legal, safe and efficient power use. The campaign is directed at all power users in the business, industry, commerce, agricultural sectors, and households in general. Participants could either take part in the 6-10 years, 11-14 years, 15-17years, and 18 years and above categories. A surprise for the participants was the arrival of former PSL and

Jet Nteo wins the big bucks

Walter Nkunga renders his militant ta­ lent, performing a Xhosa poem during the event. Photo:Mduduzi Mathebula.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 12(3)(b) of the Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000 that the Midvaal Local Municipality’s intention is to approve and promulgate certain amendments and/or additions to the following by-law: •

Fire Safety By-Law

The proposed amendments and/or additions of/to the By-Law will lie open for inspection and comments until 22 November 2013 at Room 204, Second Floor, Civic Centre, Mitchell Street, Meyerton. Enquiries can also be made to Mr. T. Figgins at (016) 360 7626 or at The proposed amendments / additions will also be posted on the municipality’s website, namely Any person requiring assistance who can not read or write can approach the office mentioned herein for assistance. Comments on the amendments and/or additions can be submitted by hand to the above office or posted to before 22 November 2013.


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Bafana Bafana star Steve “Chippa” Lekoelea and SA’s legendary goalkeeper Innocent “Ayobayo” Mayoyo, who held a soccer clinic to the delight of Sebokeng’s budding football stars. The winning team and the top players walked away with fantastic Operation Khanyisa hampers. Those of school going age also received stationery packs. Community spirit filled the air as children and adults alike were excited not only to play ball, but also to pledge their commitment to be legal, safe and efficient power users, and to help fight electricity theft. SA’s renowned television stars Israel Makoe, who played GP in SABC drama Gaz’lam and Jerry Phele, known for his role as Mofokeng in popular sitcom Emzini Wezinsizwa, entertained the crowd with their hilarious stage antics.

The Municipal Manager P.O. Box 9 MEYERTON 1960

ly five months – a brilliant contribution toBOIPATONG. - The Glass Recycling Compa- wards a greener South Africa. The competition ny (TGRC) awarded Jet Nteo Secondary commenced on the July 1 and is open for entry School in Boipatong R30 000 as the Gauteng so if you would like your school to enter, the regional winner in TGRC’s annual schools application form and details of the competition can be downloaded from the website, glass recycling competition. “The objective of the competition is to edu- For more information, please cate learners about the many benefits of glass contact TGRC offices on 011 803 0767 or inrecycling and the ease with which it can be do- ne,” says Shabeer Jhetam, CEO of TGRC. TGRC is committed to bringing a greener, cleaner country to the next generation, and aims to educate and encourage young consumers to ‘recover, re-use and recycle’, as well as to emphasise how glass recycling positively impacts on the environment with minimal effort. “This is one competition not to miss out on – and the next round of the competition, running until June 2014, will see us set for even bigger and better things, with the added benefit of educating learners and helping to protect our environment at the same time.” concluded Jhetam. Over 125 schools entered the Shabeer Jhetam, CEO of TGRC, congratulates the 2013 competition, and collected more principal of Jet Nteo, Butiki Rampa. Photo: Molebo­ than 200 000 kilograms of glass in on- heng Chaha.


8[jh[aa_d]i TURNER / BOILERMAKER We require the services of the above tradesmen for workshop work.

Admin pos beskikbaar in gevestigde maatskappy.

We offer above average salary with normal fringe benefits. Please fax your CV maximum 3 pages to: ATT: MR BENNETT HYDRO PRECISION ENGINEERING Fax no: 016 933 2695 Tel no: 016 981 4055 Or e-mail to: Closing date: 28 November 2013


Wiskunde in matriek Rekenaar ondervinding Salaris onderhandelbaar.

Faks asb CV na: 086 536 1160


Faks verkorte CV na: 016 981 7494 E-pos: Aansoeke sluit 30 Oktober 2013

TJOKKERLAND PRIVATE SCHOOL Vacancies Qualified Junior Primary Educator SACE registered & fully bilingual Experience is essential Competitive salary Fax CV to 016 981 7494 E-mail: Applications to be submitted before/ on 30 October 2013 a1sCFYK

MooiVaal Media an afiliat of Media24, has a vacancy for a

Sub Editor

in Vanderbijlpark / Potchefstroom. Main purpose of the person fulfilling this task: To make sure that the final product is clear of any language errors. Main objectives of the position: • Proof reading and subbing copy, cutting/shortening stories in a meaningfull way. • Checking for grammer and spelling. • Writing of headings, flap texts that is factually and linguastically correct and that looks good. • Reading pages with attention and correcting mistakes. • Translate stories and make sure that they are factually and linguastically correct. • Make sure that stories follow the specific style, grammer, language and preferred spelling guidelines of the publications. Skills and abilities: • Fluently in English. • Eye for detail. • Must be able to handle stress and work under pressure, keep to deadlines. • Time management essentil and be able to plan ahead. • Be able to work independently or in a team, and work with people from different ethical groups. • Must be tough. Following is of importance: Qualifications: • Applicable grade / diploma in languages (preferably English) and journalism. • Must be fluet in English (first language). • 2 to 3 years experience in the editorial environment (newspapers or magazines) or any relevant experience.

• Exceptional general knowledge skills. • Computer literate. • Solid knowledge of editorial principles. • Must be willing to travel twice a week to Potchefstroom with a company vehicle.

CloSing date: 18 oCtober 2013 applicant with the relevant qualifications and experience kan mail their CV’s of no more than 5 pages to MooiVaal Media for attention Penelope van Vuuren (086) 509 7398 or e-mail to : if you have not heard from us within a month of the closing date, us may assume that your application was unsuccessful. Media24 strife to be a equal opportunity employer.

CV’s kan gestuur word na : 016 365 6654 Vakante pos vir ‘n dame by Fresh Pack Dairy. Dinamiese persoon wat deel wil word van ons telesales span.

Junior pos beskikbaar. Volgende vereistes sal verwag word: i. Persoon moet dadelik kan begin. ii. Rekenaargeletterd met pastel ondervinding sal voorkeur geniet. iii. Moet onder druk kan werk. iv. Baie goeie telefoonetiket en mense verhoudings. v. Verkieslik van Meyerton/Daleside/Vereeniging omgewing. CV’s kan gestuur word na die volgende: • E-pos : • Fax: 086 517 9265


Betrekkings / Vacancies

Opsoek na persoon om opgelei te word as tinter / Kode 08 lisensie sober gewoontes. Skakel 082 307 0226 Kantoorure


Valid code 14 drivers license with PDP 5 Years experience

Fax 2 page CV to 016 986 2708 VACANCY

CRECHE & PRE SCHOOL CENTRE – SASOLBURG FULL dAY SOTHO / ENGLiSH GRAdE R TEACHER with ECd Level 5 qualification At least 2 years experience with NewCAPS Curriculum Fax 3 pages CV to 016 976 4829. a1sbfik CLOSiNG dATE : 25 OCT 2013


Highly Professional and well Presented Sales Assistant required for Property Development RESPONSIBILITIES • Manage all Internal / External Sales Activities on the Development • Arranging Property Exhibitions, Launches, Investor’s Evenings and Investor’s Days • SALES EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Basic R8 500.00 with commission and petrol allowance TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT E-MAIL CV TO Note: No unprofessional or unqualified applicants will be considered. Closing Date: 31/10/2013

We have vacancies for the following: • Code 14 Hazchem Drivers • Olifantsfontein Red Seal Turners • Magazine Master & Assistant Magazine Master o Grade 12 & Certificated as Appointment with CIE o Knowledge of Transport of Explosives • Quality Control Officer o N4 Chemical Engineering o 5 year’s experience o Hands on X-Ray experience in quality control or diagnostics • General / Packhouse Supervisors o N4 Chemical Engineering o Experience in Explosives All CV’s to be faxed to 086 514 6436 or e-mailed to

OPPORTUNITIES: PRODUCTION TRAINEE OPERATORS Everite Kliprivier Everite Building Products has been associated with the South African building industry for more than seventy years, producing a wide range of materials that satisfy the needs of the commercial, industrial and residential market sectors. Everite is renowned for its comprehensive range of Nutec roofing, ceilings, cladding and pipes amongst others. Everite is an established organisation in the building products manufacturing industry and we are currently searching for 30 (thirty) Production Operators that are willing to be part of our workplace experiential training programme. To ensure a successful application for this role, applicants must meet the following inherent requirements: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: • National Diploma in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering (N6). • Have a very good technical acumen and technical understanding. • Matric or Grade 12 qualifications. • Any experience (1-2 years) in the production environment would be an added advantage. Interested parties should send their CV’s to Thabo Moloi at Human Resources, Kliprivier, or E-mail to him: or fax to him at (011) 903 7060 by no later than 25 October 2013.


Vakante Poste Opgeleide Junior Primêre Onderwyseres (SACE geregistreerd) Afrikaans & Engels magtig Ondervinding ‘n vereiste Mededingende salaris


Vakante pos vir ‘n Dame by Fresh Pack Dairy. Dinamiese person wat deel wil word van die kwaliteitspan. Volgende vereistes sal verwag word: i.Rekenaargeletterd. ii. Matriek. iii. Kwaliteitgedrewe. iv. Pro aktief kan optree. v. Onder druk kan werk. vi. Wat doelmatig ‘n stelsel in plek kan hou.






Vereeniging Volle Rekenmeesters / Belasting funksie in Praktyk Slegs persone wat onafhanklik kan werk, en bereid is om te help bou aan relatiewe jong praktyk moet aansoek doen. NB: ‘n Motiveringsbrief vir aanstelling en voltooide klerkskap sal voorkeur kry. E-mail: Fax: 086 550 3131


Skakel (016) 933 7711

Requirements • Qualified Tradesman • 5 Years experience • Own transport

Applikante moet aan die volgende vereistes voldoen:



Pos onmiddelik beskikbaar Opreg en earlike dame benodig vir kantoor. Ondervinding in administratsie en verkope sal aanbeveling wees.



Vir die Bemarking van Parfuum Produkte. Goeie inkomste haalbaar! Vir meer inligting kontak / Derick 072 327 9160









16 October - 22 October 2013

PathCare, a South African and International Pathology Group A leader in the field of Diagnostic Pathology. Responsible, respectful and accountable individuals who possess a well-developed work ethic and who are responsive to customer needs are invited to apply to the PathCare Academy for the following training programmes commencing in 2014: • Student Medical Laboratory Technician (grade 12 maths and science/biology) • Phlebotomy Technician Learnership (grade 12 maths or maths literacy) • Student Laboratory Assistant (grade 11 science or biology) Additional requirements and competencies apply. Full details of the specific criteria are specified in the application form. Short-listed applicants are required to undergo pre-interview testing and subsequent panel interviews. Application forms can be obtained on the PathCare Academy website: (refer services / special services). Applications close: 21 October 2013 at 17:00. Theoretical training will take place at the PathCare Academy in Cape Town, and practical training will take place at various PathCare laboratories across South Africa.


RECEPTIONIST • Matric • 1 - 2 years experience • Sound computer skills (i.e. Microsoft Office) • Able to work under pressure • Fully bilingual in both Afrikaans & English • Excellent Verbal & Written communication abilities • Must be a Team Player with a friendly & vibrant personality Mail: Fax: 086 649 1207


tel: 082 455 1352 / 082 382 0158

Electrical and C&I Engineers

Knowledge of Rockwell Automation (ALLEN-BRADLEY) hardware and software a definite advantage.

E-mail CV to

Must be in possession of a valid driver’s license. 6 day work week .


2 POSTE BESKIKBAAR Selfgemotiveerde, dinamiese, voltydse dames word benodig vir die Prokureursfirma

Please contact Tanya at 072 175 6579 between 9am and 4 pm.

URGENT SALES EXECUTIVE REQUIRED With motor industry experience Top rewards, Top Motordealer Be part of the No 1 Sales Team Contact Jake 016 422 3541 Vereeniging Auto a1sCJ50 EXPANDING HEALTHCARE COMPANY SEEKS SALES MANAGERS AND CONSULTANTS (NEW PRODUCTS JUST LAUNCHED)



The Distributor of Rockwell Automation products in the Vaal Triangle has vacancies for Electrical and Control systems engineers at their Vaalpark Office. Scope of work include plant automation, software solutions and drive systems.

Assistant required at a Car Wash in Vdbp.


ODENDAAL & SUMMERTON ING. MEYERTON Rekenaarvaardigheid: LEXPRO & GHOST CONVEY Stuur CV’s na (016) 362 1011 om ‘n onderhoud te reël. A Vereeniging based Company is looking for a

Builder Supervisor Must have: • Experience and excellent knowledge of all types of building work • Valid driver’s licence • Sober habits • Excellent organisation skills Duties will include: • Going to clients for quotations • Getting the site started and supervising the team.

Please contact Rina on 016 428 7976 Or E-Mail CV to

Midvaal Local Municipality, situated in Meyerton and voted the Municipality that provides the best quality of life in Gauteng, invites applications for the below mentioned position to become a part of a winning team. BUILDING AND LAND USE CONTROL OFFICER DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING SERVICES (REFERENCE: MN922 /13)


R136 721.00 – R156 192.00 p.a. (Level 8 of a Grade 8 Local Authority) Total package inclusive of all benefits: R 223 029.04 p.a.

REQUIREMENTS • Grade 12 • Code 14 (EC) Driver’s License (with PDP) • Excellent communication and report writing skills • A hard working and self-disciplined person • Five (05) years’ relevant experience within a responsible for repairs and maintenance on vehicles DUTIES • Assists the Foreman with repairs and maintenance of all mechanical services. • Ensure optimised productivity and proficient services to all the sections of the council’s vehicles. • Assist with the tow-in of vehicles. • Assist with transporting vehicles to and from external service providers. • Responsible for wash and oil bay and stream cleaner to maintain cleanliness of the workshop. • Ensure that all job requests issued by the Foreman are carried out correctly and timeously. • Perform any other related ad hoc tasks as instructed by supervisor from time to time. SENIOR CLERK: BUYER – SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT x 2 FINANCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT (REF NO. MN 905/13) SALARY SCALE

R136 721.00.00– R156 192.00(Level 8 of a Grade 8 Local Authority) Total package inclusive of all benefits: R223 029.04 p.a.

REQUIREMENTS • Grade 12 with Mathematics and or Accounting as Subjects • Knowledge of the MFMA and Supply Chain Management regulations • Good communication skills (verbal and written) • Computer Literate (MSOffice, Venus) • Understanding of policies and legislation related to Supply Chain Management • Two (02) years relevant experience in Supply Chain Management and Procurement within Local Government DUTIES • Obtain quotations for miscellaneous and specific transactions. • Maintaining a data-base for service providers per commodity and upkeep of the new and current vendor applications on Venus. • Ensuring that all purchases are done according to existing contacts and Supply Chain Management policy and regulations. • Fills out / signs requisitions for external purchases. • Preparing and placing orders with suppliers. • Periodically follow up on outstanding orders and generally liaises with suppliers. • Implement proper record keeping of Supply Chain Management processes and documentation. • Liaise with suppliers and end users. • Upkeep of proper record keeping of Supply Chain Management correspondence. • Confirming cost centres agains budget and votes. • Capturing of bids cmmercially. • Perform any other related Ad Hoc task and duties as requested or required by management (supervisor) from time to time. SENIOR CLERK: CLEARANCES FINANCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT (REFERENCE: MN 906/13) SALARY

R136 721.00 – R156 192.00 p.a. (Level 8 of a Grade 8 Local Authority) Total package inclusive of all benefits: R 223 029.04 p.a.

REQUIREMENTS • Grade 12 • Relevant National Diploma or equivalent • Code 08 (EB) driver’s licence • Computer Literate (Venus, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint) • Must be fully conversant in English • Fair command of Afrikaans and /or Sotho and /or ISiZulu will be an added advantage • Good telephone etiquette • Hard working person with good organisational, interpersonal and communication skills • Ability to work under pressure • Three (3) years experience within Local Government or similar pressurised environment DUTIES • Issue clearance figures and certificates. • Verification of payments on clearances. • Create new owner accounts on the Venus System. • Transfer ownership of units on the Venus System in accordance with the Deed’s Office. • Write off levies of properties donated and repossessed by Council. • Attend to public enquiries both telephonically and in person. • Perform any other related Ad Hoc task and duties as requested or required by management (supervisor) from time to time.


R 163 668.00 – R 241 548.00 p.a. (Level 7/5 of a Grade 8 Local Authority) Total Package inclusive of all benefits: R 257 347.92 p.a.

REQUIREMENTS • Recognised Diploma or Degree in any of the disciplines as contemplated in Section A16 of the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act • Code EB (08) driver’s license • Computer Literate (MSWord, Excel and PowerPoint) • Excellent written and verbal communication and negotiation skills • Qualified artisan in a building trade will be an added advantage • Qualified and trained Law Enforcement Officer (Peace Officer) will be a strong recommendation • A hard working, self-motivated individual • Three (3) years’ experience within a Local Authority’s Building and Land Use Control section or a similar pressurized environment. DUTIES • Examining and recommending for the approval of building plans and outdoor advertising applications in terms of the national building regulations, town planning schemes and other relevant legislation, policies and procedures • Perform building site inspections • Respond to verbal and telephonic queries from departments and members of public • Responsible for monthly reports, data capturing and statistics • Ensure legal compliance in terms of relevant legislation, policies and procedures • Law enforcement duties including Peace Officer’s duties and Attorney Liaison MECHANIC: MECHANICAL WORKSHOP X 2 ENGINEERING SERVICES DEPARTMENT (REFERENCE: MN916/13) SALARY



Must be able to liase with clients Computer literate (Knowledge of Coreldraw)


Office Admin AdministrAtOr




16 October - 22 October 2013



R163 668.00 – R189 708.00 p.a. (Level 7 of a Grade 8 Local Authority) Total package inclusive of all benefits: R 257 347.92.00 p.a.

REQUIREMENTS • Grade 12 • N2 Certified (in Mechanics) • Qualified Trade Tested Mechanic (Red Seal) • Computer literate (MSWord & Excel) • Code 14 (EC) Driver’s License (with PDP) • Excellent communication and report writing skills • A hard working and self-disciplined person • Five (05) years’ relevant experience within a responsible for repairs and maintenance on vehicles DUTIES • Responsible for the provision of mechanical services to all the interdepartmental sections of the council; • Responsible for mechanical services to Council Fleet in accordance with mechanical manual procedures and ensure roadworthiness of vehicles. • Supervises and control over: maintenance and repairs of all assets like vehicles, trucks graders, machines and equipment in order to keep facilities and any other assets in an acceptable user friendly state for all. • Maintain strict deadlines and efficient service to requests for repairs and maintenance on vehicles. • Responsible for general administration within area of responsibility. • Perform any other related Ad Hoc tasks and duties as requested or required by management (Supervisor) from time to time.

CLOSING DATE: 29 OCTOBER 2013 AT 12:00 PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY Please note that transport and accommodation costs, to and from Midvaal, are not reimbursed. Midvaal Local Municipality is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is committed to the achievement and maintenance of representivity (race, gender, disability). Candidates whose appointment will promote representivity will be given preference. Benefits: Usual fringe benefits are applicable, unless otherwise resolved. Applications must be submitted on the Midvaal Local Municipality application form which can be obtained from the website: or the Human Resources Department. The application form must be completed in full and the specific reference number of the post must be quoted. Certified copies (not older than 3 months) of your identity document, qualifications and driver’s licence (if applicable), must be attached. Failure to comply with the instruction will disqualify applications from being processed. All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to background screening checks (verification of qualifications, criminal record checks and security vetting). Candidates with foreign qualifications must submit a letter from SAQA stating the equivalence of the qualifications. Applications can be posted to: Midvaal Local Municipality’s Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 9, Meyerton, 1961 or hand delivered to Cnr. Of Junius and Mitchel Street, Meyerton, 1960. Applications can also be e-mailed to or faxed to (016) 360 7530. For any enquiries please contact (016) 360 7478. Due to the large number of applications we envisage to receive, applications will not be acknowledged. If you do not receive any response within three (3) months, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. NB: THE COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT NOT TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO THE ABOVE POSITION/S.

16 October - 22 October 2013



Get rid of apartheid mentality in the game

SHOOTING FROM THE HIP With Zacharia Nale Shooting From The Hip has noted with keen interest the reason why coaching will remain a challenge in this region. There are two types of coaches in this region: those who have been in this game for donkey-years and ‘bo mafikizolo’(newcomers). Mind you, now and then the same boring argument will surface - “Don’t tell me about ‘Moketekete’ because he doesn’t know anything and he is new to football and coaching.” Real-

ly? So, wherever there is a debate or argument about something to do with coaching or technical matters, ‘bo mafikizolo’ will not participate, afraid of being told to keep quiet because they know nothing. My question is: can we really listen to someone who has been in football for the past 20 years even if he doesn’t make sense as far as coaching is concerned? How can you expect these up-and-coming coaches to listen or learn from a ‘tactically bankrupt’ coach? For those who care to listen, there are upand-coming coaches who have brought some innovation to our football as far as coaching is concerned. Pep Guardiola was relatively unknown when he was appointed to Spanishi La Liga giants - FC Barcelona’s head coach. In

fact, we knew little about him until he transformed Barcelona into an exciting outfit. My exact point is that there are many Pep Guardiolas in this region waiting to be discovered but - just because they are new in this game – we don’t give them a chance to grow. The fact of the matter is that we can’t continue to operate like an ‘apartheid regime’ when it comes to our football. Shooting From The Hip was listening with keen interest when one young coach came to me and based his quizzing of ‘Bra Zakes’ on the reasoning that: “These coaches who think they know everything are actually undermining us young coaches just because we are new in this game.” Then I advised this somewhat bemused young coach to take a pen and paper, analyse all the teams playing here and tell me what he thinks of them

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Fax a three paged Cv to 016 962 3502


VACANCY HealthNicon Nursing College has a position for a ENROLLED NURSE As a Teaching Assistant

Requirements: • Proof of SANC registration • Computer literate • Fluent in English • Valid driver’s license and own car • Able to work under pressure


Cell 078 736 5963

Vacancies available at our Meyerton Branch 1. Conveyor belt spliCer trainees 2. a Code b drivers (Minimum) drivers Licence is a must for the above vacancy



Retired Gentleman Seeking Accounting / HR / Admin position

and what kind of football they play according to the system. Indeed this poor young man did exactly as Shooting From The Hip asked him to do. The first thing he told Shooting From The Hip was: “I did not see anything special about the way their teams play. There was no creativity. They only play to win their games and their boys play like they were told - ‘Win this tournament.”’ He also said that his boys played more attractive football in comparison to those who claim to have been in football for as long as they remember. Listen! There are Pep Guardiolas out there just waiting to be discovered! In conclusion, to those teams who were knocked out in the MCS Soccer Tournament, don’t be discouraged - football is about more than results. Stay focused!

Qualified millwright with matric or equiv, 5yrs working exp in advanced Hydraulics, PLC, Pneumatics, Electrical mechanical and fault finding on all of the above mentioned areas. Main duties: To assume responsibility of maintenance work and to do preventative maintenance and repair on a daily basis. And to work unscheduled overtime from time to time and must be prepared to work shifts.

Salary: R9 000-00 (Nine thousand rand) per month Please fax or e-mail your shortened CV to 086 513 4671 / Should you not hear from us, you were not successful Closing date: 25 October 2013

Company offers excellent benefits. Fax cv to HR: 011 908 4648 fax to e-mail 086 653 8462

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



Egskeidings / Divorce

44 11

Persoonlike Kennisgewings / Personal Notices

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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

Beton & palissades / Concrete & palisades

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.

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



Tel: (016) 986 1200 (office) Website: 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 Pub to the secretary of the local committee of Sedibeng


Bouwerk / Building A1piex5

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

Est 1969


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



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

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


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

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

I. Full Name of applicant: Sporrong Pub (Pty) Ltd 2. Intended trading name: Sporrong Pub 3. Identity number or Registration number of the applicant: 2012/168823/07 4. Full address and location of the premises: 2451-8, Eatonside, Evaton, Vanderbijlpark 5. Type of license applied for: Pub 6. Names and nature of educational institutions within a radius of I kilometer from the premises in paragraph: Setlabotjha Primary School 7. Names and distances to similar licensed premises within a radius of I kilometer from the premises in paragraph 4: None 8. Places of worship within a radius of I kilometer from the premises in paragraph4: None signed at Vereeniging on this 03 Day of October 2013 Contact: 083 402 5916

I, A P Squirra of APS Town and Regional Planners, being the authorized agent of the owner of Erf 279, Vanderbijl Park Central East 5 Township, situated on the corner of Poortemans and Daniell Streets, hereby gives notice in terms of Section 56(1)(b)(i) of the Town Planning and Towns hips Ordinance, 1986 (Ordinance 15 of 1986) that I have applied to the Emfuleni Local Municipality for the Amendment of the Vanderbijlpark Town Planning Scheme, 1987, for the rezoning of the abovementioned Erf, from “Residential 1” purposes with a coverage of 50%, height of two (2) storeys, a floor area ratio of 1 ,00 and a building line of 6,00 metres, to “Residential 4” purposes with Annexure 743 for a coverage of 50%, height of one (1) storey, a floor area ratio of 0,50 and a building line of 0,0 metres. 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 16 October 2013 until 13 November 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 0 Box 3, Vanderbijlpark 1900, on or before 13 November 2013. Name and address of Agent: APS Town and Regional Planners P 0 Box 12311 LUMIER 1905 Reference: Vanderbijlpark Amendment Scheme H1244 Date of first Publication: 16 October 2013


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





16 October - 22 October 2013

Ajax crowned Stream A champions

Zacharia Nale

SEDIBENG. - Sebokeng Academy and Sebokeng Ajax are the Emfuleni Local Football Assocition’s Promotion League Champions. They achieved this after the latter finished at the top of their respective streams. Sebokeng Ajax was crowned Stream A Champion while Sebokeng Academy was crowned Stream B Champion. However, the two will be pitted against one another to produce the winner that will represent Emfuleni at the Promotionl Play-Offs. The winner between the two will be involved in the play-offs with the Lesedi and Midvaal Local Football Association winners. After the Play-Offs the two top teams on

the log will be promoted to the Safa Sedibeng Castle Regional League. These much awaited play-offs are scheduled to take place this coming weekend and the venue was still undecided at the time of going to print. To date, this will be the second time Sebokeng Ajax has been crowned the league champions. Last season this Zone 12based blue-and-white outfitted team was crowned the league champions in Stream B before being relocated to Stream A. Speaking to Sedibeng Ster Sport, Master Zondo was full of confidence, saying that his charges are more than ready to conquer the play-offs come the weekend. However, Zondo says, first they have to deal with Sebokeng

Academy - this before they can even start to think about Play-Offs. “For now the biggest obstacle is Sebokeng Ajax but I’m positive that my boys will overcome. They are quite aware that this might be their last chance to gain promotion to the SAB League. Although I would have loved to have more time to prepare the team for play-offs I’m satisfied with what I saw in the friendly games we have played so far,” says Zondo. Meanwhile, Sedibeng Ster Sports has learned that Vaal Stars FC is unhappy that Ajax has been

crowned the champions. They believe their team deserves to be the champions, according to the points. However, Emfuleni Local Football Association chairman Philip Ndlovu did not want to entertain this matter. “As far as I know Sebokeng Ajax is the Stream A champion and if anyone has a problem with this, they are just wasting their time, to say the least,” he concludes.


Sebokeng Ajax FC Coach Master Zondo is satisfied that his team is unbeaten and is now on top of the Promotional Play­Offs. Pho­ to: Zacharia Nale.

“Jay Jay” another up and coming administrator Zacharia Nale

SEBOKENG. - Sedibeng Ster Sports this week profiles another up-and-coming female football administrator from the Sedibeng region. Jhaynee “Jay Jay” Moeketsi is only 21 but she is destined for a great future in football administration. Sedibeng Ster Sports caught up with this Vaal Milano FC administrator to find out how she ended up involved in football. “I was working at Slater Gym as an instructor and Vaal Milano management asked me to join their team. I agreed to help in administration and the rest is history.” Jay Jay, as she is known in foot-

ball circles, says her dream is to grow with Vaal Milano. She says she wants to be part of the club’s success. “I want to be part of this club until we get promoted to the National First Division. “ I have no intention to leave the club because it gave me the opportunity to do what I like most, which is administration. I want to thank Vaal Milano management for this opportunity and I have learned a lot of things since I started working here, especially when it comes to football,” she says. Moeketsi studied Sports Management at Boston College.

Jhaynee "Jay Jay" Moeketsi is an up­and­coming female admini­ strator from this region. Photo: Zacharia Nale.

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Feast of goals (71) in two days

These junior soccer teams before the kick­off. The MCS Soccer Tournament at the Shakespeare Stadium over the weekend. Photo: Zacharia Nale. Zacharia Nale

goals. Mahlomola Nozenu, Lehlohonolo Ntepe and Nkanyezi have scored two goals each. VANDERBIJLPARK. - While PSL In stream B, the leading goal scorer – Seun teams’ coaches scratch their heads over the lack of goal-scoring, this was not the case du- Kalombe of Bophelong Milanos - scored a total ring the Sedibeng u/13 Soccer Tournament pla- of four goals, while Thapelo Monongone from yed at the Shakespeare Stadium over the wee- Golden Eagles scored three goals. The atmoskend. A total of seventy-one (71) goals were phere was electrifying - especially in Stream scored by these future Bafana Bafana stars, A and B. The upset of the tournament saw the which were described as ‘beyond sensational’ host, Vaal Milano FC, being knocked out of by local soccer fans and parents who came in numbers to support these promising youngsters. Many believe that the crisis of goal-scoring at the highest level must be addressed at a young age, seeing that these youngsters so clearly enjoyed putting the ball at the back of the net. Leading goal scorer Paseka Nhlanhla has scored a total of six goals in three games, while the second leading goal-scorer Spephelo Maseko scored four Boots up! Celta Vigo and City Stars FC players fight for the ball goals. Phehello Mo- possession during these two teams’ MCS Soccer Tournament sia has scored three match on Sunday.

the tournament. The deadline for the u/17 and senior soccer players to register is on Sunday. Meanwhile, it is the turn of the u/15s this coming weekend. In stream A, Vaal Milano will come face to face with their rivals Benfica in the opening game of the tournament, while Manyora is pitted against Bafana Ba Style in the second game. In Stream A Celta Vigo will battle against Vaal Manchester while Bophelong Milano clashes against Nale Academy in the second game of the day. In Stream C, Vaal Italian Hunters will lock horns with Golden Eagles FC Arrows, while Vereeniging Old Boys face Mighty Stars. In Group B, Ikageng will host Happy Stars and City Stars FC Eya.

Match officials lead Golden Eagles Arrows and Manyora FC players onto the field.

Vaal Milano and Happy Stars players with match officials before these two sides’ match. Happy Stars beat Vaal Milano 1­0. Photos: Zacharia Nale.

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