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Thenjiwe Maseko and her children embrace each other in despair following the fire that consumed all of their belongings last week.The remains of the burnt­out shack behind them shows that it was by sheer luck that they were not in it when it burned down. Inset is the burnt out remnants of the plastic bottle that is said to have contained petrol. Photos: Lerato Serero. Lerato Serero

SEBOKENG.- It is sheer luck that a Zone 12 Sebokeng woman and her two children, aged four and two, survived a blaze that razed their two-roomed shack in the early hours of Monday last week. According to Thenjiwe Maseko she and her children were not in the shack when the landlord noticed that it was on fire in the early hours while going to relieve herself at the outside lavatory. Maseko says she believes that the fire was started by her former boyfriend as he had apparently been sending her unpleasant and distasteful messages after she decided to part ways with him following a disastrous relationship and in the process, the young mother says he had also informed



one of his friends of his intention to kill her. On the day of the fire Maseko had taken the children to his (the former boyfriend) family home and she had visited with her friends leaving the shack empty. Following the fire Maseko apparently found an empty, burnt-out plastic bottle that smelled of petrol near the razed shack which she believes is the source of the fire. “It is just luck that no one was inside the shack or we would have been talking about something else right now. “ I need help please as I am not employed and I have lost everything. I also need thorough investigations to be made so that the culprit can be brought to book,” the distraught Maseko told Sedibeng Ster. Money, official documents for

both her and the children and other household items were burnt to ashes in the blaze. Local businessman Apollo Sandamela implores business people to come together to help the destitute Maseko. “We need to come together and do something for this young lady and the children,” he says. “I need help to start my life afresh, I have nothing left. The clothes that I am wearing and those that my children are wearing are the only things that we have left,” pleads Maseko who adds that Police told her that they are investigating and are also awaiting the fire and rescue reports. The Emfuleni Local Municipality MMC for Public Safety Veli Mcera has pledged his support.

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Parolee arrested for similar offence VANDERBIJLPARK.- An ex-convict was arrested just two weeks within his release in Vanderbijlpark recently. The members of the Vanderbijlpark Detectives Unit are excelling in their duties and arresting hardened criminals in an effort to bring them to justice. Recently they

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SEBOKENG. – ‘Wrong turned to right’ when a comprehensive meeting was held at the Zone 7 Stadium recently. This saw controversial and notorious groups (Wrong Turn, DF, Hala Backs, and West Coast) joining in an agenda to create peace. Zone 7 and Eatonside residents were lashed with violence over the past year when an infamous group, Wrong Turn, apparently provoked violence. However, many other groups were then formed which turned the area into the most feared place ever. Vicious incidents occurred, but the community stood together and reclaimed pride and peace.

On Sunday these groups met for the first time in peace, under the watchful eye of the community, Local Ward Councillor Lahliwe Rapapadi and Evaton SAPS. During the tense meeting the group’s leaders vowed to support peace, promising to the multitude to down war tools and restore dignity. They also asked for support from the community to see how they could help stop this madness. Emfuleni Local Municipality Community Safety MMC Veli Mcera asked the community to make use of government institutions. “The Youth Desk is created for young people to manage each other and deal with each other’s issues as young peers,” he said.

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SEDIBENG. - The saying that ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ was powerfully exampled when numerous parents flocked to Nongazi Mkhaliphi’s home in Zone 10 to find out how to help kids with drug addiction, especially to ‘nyaope’. Mkhaliphi last month told Sedibeng Ster how her son overcame his addiction to nyaope and how she wanted to help send other kids to rehabilitation to help them like she helped


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her son. Following the article, many parents contacted Mkhaliphi to ask for assistance. Others called to offer a helping hand. “I am glad to report that a new NGO, registered with the Department of Social Development, has been born following discussions with some community members who share the same sentiments with me. VUSA (Vaal Unchained against Substance Abuse) is the name of the new organisation which, through counselling, mentorship and skills development, will help in the fight against drug addiction and substance abuse within the Vaal region.” Some of the members are former addicts and have undergone rehabilitation for drug addiction. Organisation chairperson Tselane Mogopodi says, “I am tired of seeing children die because of nyaope; hence my eagerness to help them. I urge the government to help us with office space as we would like to start working immediately. An empty school will do. All we want is to help these poor kids” Mokgopodi concludes.





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SEBOKENG. - Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader commander-inchief Julius Malema said his party is proud to associate itself with the Boiketlong informal settlement. “We are not ashamed of the poor. Your pain is our pain,” he said. Malema said the EFF knows what it is like to live in poverty and go to bed on an empty stomach. Malema first visited the family of the late Lerata Rabolila (28) to pay condolences before addressing residents at an open soccer field on Monday. Malema told the family that they (EFF) will make sure the suspects are brought to book. Rabolila was recently gunned down during a service delivery protest in Sebokeng. He was buried at his home in Meqheleng, Ficksburg, over the week-

end. Sedibeng District Municipality (SDM) Executive Mayor Simon Mofokeng and the residents of Boiketlong attended the funeral service. The SDM had arranged the buses to transport mourners to Meqheleng. Meanwhile on Monday Malema told the residents that the father (EFF) of orphans has arrived and it will never abandon them. He said the ruling party had abandoned former President Nelson Mandela’s vision. “The community is still in pain, living in shacks after 20 years of democracy. Rabolila was killed for asking for water, basic services and a dignified life. The killer was provided with an R5 rifle. Police keep saying they are investigating, appealing to the community to help bring the perpetrators to book. This is being used as a scapegoat,” he said.

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BOIPATONG. - Boipatong Memorial and Youth Centre gives members of the public the opportunity to object to erection of a centre that exhibits the history of Boipatong and its notorious massacre. Centre spokesperson Bongani Dlamini said the building has been completed. The process of generating and organising the exhibitions has started. He said things like photographs, newspaper articles, T-shirts, shoes, Identity books, birth certificates of those taken by the massacre, political documents, posters and any-

thing that carries the memory of political resistance of the people of Boipatong and the massacre. “Objects and items could be brought to the memorial centre during the week. They will be photographed so that the owners can take back the originals,” he said. Objects like furniture and property damaged during the massacre can be registered and a photographer will visit the home to take pictures of those things. For more information contact Thapelo Pelo on 083 532 7223 or Bongane Dlamini on 083 790 0681 or Johannes Nyokong at the Centre.

The Boipatong Memorial and Youth Centre has been completed and the public is urged to make memorablia such as photographs and Identity books available.

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9R_Na\ @R_R_\ There is a famous (my favourite) singer in the country who sings a song with lines that go something like this: ‘It’s either you love me or you leave me alone’. This past week I fell in love with our Public Protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela who, despite facing people that mock, despise, demean and belittle her name, continues to do her thing, namely her job.



The PHDs (Pull Her Downs) of this world Madonsela revealed what many of us have suspected of all along, that the Public Broadcaster, SABC, is not up to standard. Apparently SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng doesn’t even have a matric certificate. According to Madonsela’s report Motsoeneng filled in made-up symbols and promised the certificate even though he knew he did not have it. Madonsela found that Motsoeneng irregularly and rapidly increased the salaries of various staff members, resulting in the state broadcaster footing an unprecedented salary bill-escalation of R29 million. My argument here is that at some work places (put the emphasis on ‘some’), mostly in government, some people have been done

favours. A person that only deserves to be a miner wearing a hardhat and gumboots at Marikana finds himself among the elite and then starts bragging about the experience or the service that he has. Mind you, there is nothing wrong with being a miner, but I say that in my eyes ‘an empty tin will always be an empty tin’ - no matter the favour. It is truly disgraceful that the national broadcaster has for years been feeding us ‘ama repeat’ and our pleas have fallen on deaf ears. It is no suprise to realise that that there was not even a matric there to know what qualifies to be fresh and of public consumption. Big ‘ups’ to Advocate Madonsela for continuing to do what is right. She should continue

Valies affected by Provincial Road repair MEYERTON. - The Gauteng Department of rections before the bridge and a speed limit of an effort to maintain safe traffic flow, traffic officials will assist during peak hours from Roads and Transport has earmarked Boundary 30km/h will be implemented. Only light motor vehicles will be allowed 06:45 to 09:00 and 15:30 to 18:00. The ProvinRoad (D878)/ Jim Fouche Road for urgent repair and maintenance. Construction on this to cross the Boundary Road bridge between cial Roads Department will provide assistance provincial road has been initiated due to the sa- Verwoerd Road and Langenhoven Street. In from 09:00 to 15:30. fety hazard posed by the instability of the western end bridge. The duration of the five-week procurement phase commenaccording to the editorial policy of Sedibeng Ster we invite readers to comment about ced on February 3 the newspaper’s contents, and we correct while the constructisignificant errors as soon as possible. on phase which will Please send information about correction of mistakes in the newspaper to the ombudsman start on March 10, is of Media24’s Community Press, George anticipated to contiClaassen, at ombudsman.media24@live. nue for a further, or call him on (021) 851 3232 or 083 543 2471. proximate three here is only one place to shop in Readers can also complain about the contents months. To ensure to the South african Press Ombudsman, Mr Evaton and that’s the brand-new optimum safety of rejoe thloloe. In that case, please phone (011) 788 4829 Cambridge Food store in the new sidents, speed calof 788 4837, send a fax to (011) 788 4990 Evagold Shopping Centre. Great value deals ming measures such or email to pressombudsman@ombudsman. as speed humps, will are on offer down every aisle, plus for many be erected in both diit may be the first chance to savour the


doing the right thing - being the voice of the voiceless. She should continue to uproot the ‘gobbledygook’ wherever she finds it and without fear or favour never let the PHDs (Pull Her Downs) of this world to do as they please. After all, she is qualified to be on that chair. And at the end of it all another of my favourite singers’ songs is - ‘You can’t put a good man down’. In this case the man is Madonsela. Lerato...

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Government Notice 544, 23:The transformation of underdeveloped, vacant or derelict land to: Residential, retail, commercial, recreational, industrial or institutional use, inside an urban area, and where the total area to be transformed is 5 hectares or more, but less than 20 hectares; The project has been registered with the Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (GDARD) under the following applicationreference number: Gaut: 002/13-14/E0288.All comments received will form part of the relevant Comments and Responses Report that will be included in the Final Basic Assessment Report which will be submitted to the GDARD for review and decision-making. In order to ensure that you are identified as an Interested or Affected Party (I & AP) and receive information on this project, please submit your contact details to MGTD Environmental on or before the 30th of March 2014. This notification also serves to invite you to a Public Meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to provide an opportunity for all interested and affected parties to familiarise themselves with the proposed project. DATE: 09 March 2014 TIME: 9:00 am VENUE: Corner of Vereeniging and Liverpool road (close to the site) To register as Interested or Affected Party or would like to obtain more information, please contact: Ms. Thobile Duma / Ms Busisiwe Nkuna, P.O. Box 2032, Mondeor, 2110 Telephone Number: 011 478 4232 Fax: 086 685 7986 E-mail: /

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The Silo Christian Centre for Skills and Remedial last week welcomed new students and celebrated Agape Day, the day of celebrating the love of God right before Valentine’s Day. Photo: Moleboheng Chaha.

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SEBOKENG. - Ever since it was founded in 2005, the centre has received no sponsors. This was said by former teacher Likeleli Molefi, founder of the Silo Christian Skills and Remedial Centre. The revelation came during an event held recently in which Molefi welcomed the new 2014 students. Also on the day, the centre celebrated Agape Day, which is seen as the day to celebrate God’s love. “Today we are celebrating the love of god. God has always been the foundation of the centre. It is because of Him that we are here today,” says Molefi. The centre has to date improved in skills development, offering various certificate courses to disadvantaged youth and unemployed peope in fields such as catering, art, fashion design and interior decorating. A new student Maletsatsi Malatji says: “I did not

complete my high school education because I was ashamed of the fact that one of my hands is not normal. Other kids at school used to call my hand “monkey hand” and when I couldn’t take it anymore, I decided to drop out.” Says Molefi: “This centre is a place of hope for people who have given up on life. We give them a new lease on life by making them realise their dreams and reaching their potential.” Molefi adds that the centre deals with production and stuggles financially when it comes to buying the materials needed to do the practical side of the courses. She concludes: “Acquiring funding has been one of the biggest challenges, but it has not discouraged the centre and its volunteers in any way. Some volunteers have worked here from the beginning and have never received a salary, but still come here every day to help develop the community.”

A start to a new life Lerato Serero

community in which he focuses specifically on art. Together with the members of his association ‘Ho Lekane’ Community projects they teach young people to do things for themselves. “When one is in jail you learn a lot and I decided to learn to do things with my hands so that when I come out I can use my time to change lives,” says Mokhele. He adds that the crafts that they are making are sold to sustain the organisation in other projects they are involved in. “Young people , particularly school children should be dedicated to their studies and focus on making their futures a success as no one will do things for them. I Daniel Mokhele with one of the paintings that he does, he would also like to add encourages the youth to put focus on their education. Pho­ that prison is not for the fainthearted,” he ends. to: Lerato Serero. SHARPEVILLE.- Daniel Mokhele, a Tshepiso Phase 4 resident is living proof that people deserve a second chance in life. Mokehele, an ex-convict, is involved in the arts, sports and culture projects in his

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SHARPEVILLE. - The members of Tough Crew Vivian Ntshala, Thabiso Ramathesele and Granny Ramokgadi will once again bring fire to the Sharpeville Hall this Saturday when they host the annual Mr and Miss Sharpeville. This comes after the great succes of the very first pageant in 2013. “Our aim is to bring the community of Sharpeville together through positivity. We saw this as an opportunity to bring parents, teachers and kids together in one venue,” says Ntshala. “The arts are busy dying out as a result of negative things that are currently taking place within society. Our aim is to revive this spirit.

We want to be positive role models to young kids who are growing up in these bad circumstances. You do not have to do bad things to be cool. Kids can still dengage in many activities and have fun.” Ntshala concludes. Five lucky Sedibeng Ster readers stand a chance to win double tickets for the pageant taking place this Saturday, February 22 at the Sharpeville Hall. To stand a chance to win Sms your name and surname to 45516 today (20 February) before 13:00. Visit our mobisite mobisite to stay up to date on other competitions.

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Financial Problems 4 in 1 Penis Cream Bad Luck Family Problems / Divorce


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

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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DIENSTE / SERVICES 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


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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



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Rilo Auto - Bosch Car Service Workshop in Meyerton is looking for a Qualified Motor Mechanic with vast experience and knowledge in General Mechanical Repairs, fault finding and servicing of all types of Motor Cars.

Tel 016 362 0751

Previous experience will be an advantage. Candidates applying for the position must have the following: A valid Code 8 Drivers License Matric Fully bilingual in Afrikaans & English Good communication skills Well presented GO-GETTER Hardworking Candidates can email cv’s to


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19 February - 25 February 2014

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The Diesel workshop has a Vacancy for a Qualified Diesel Technician. Send detailed CV to:

Or contact on 016 423 3128

* Female * Own Transport * Marketing experience * 25 years and older * Computer Literate * Fully bilingual BENEFITS a1t70wf

Weighbridge & invoice clerk


Senior and Junior Project Managers Operations is looking for dynamic and self-motivated people with experience in prescribed burning i.e. Preparation and burning of Fire Breaks, control block burns for Grazing/Scrub encroachment/Brushwood. A knowledge of Invasive Vegetation Management will be an advantage, together with experience in the application of herbicides. We are offering full time positions, and salaries will be negotiable depending on experience and qualifications. Positions will be in various Provinces. PROJECT MANAGERS: 1. RESPONSIBILITIES Duties will include the following: • Control all Burning or other operational projects • Carry out all forms of invasive vegetation management and control • Adhere to budgets and production targets • Client liaison and site assessments • General admin duties 2. REQUIREMENTS • Five to ten years on the ground experience in actual burning practices – with references. • Preferably come from a Forestry or Agricultural background. • Basic computer usage knowledge for admin duties – excel, word, powerpoint and internet. • Be prepared to work extraordinary hours when required to do so. • Be able to control trained fire teams and speak either Zulu/Suthu/ Xhosa – not essential. • Be prepared to travel and work Nationally or even Internationally. • Having your own laptop would be an advantage. 3. GENERAL • Applicants who do not have the above required qualifications and requirements need NOT apply. • If there is no response to the application after 14 days, this indicates that the application has not been successful. SEND CV’S TO: The Finance and Admin Controller Contact details: e mail –


Requirements: • +/- 10 years experience • Preferably a MALE as this position includes working shifts • OWN TRANSPORT is a necessity • Must be computer literate (Excel & Pastel)

General description: • Weigh the trucks in & out, check for weight variances and make sure that loads are correct. • Report differences in weight • Check that all material has been loaded • Report on which truck did and did not collect • GRN material coming in on daily basis • Invoice all outgoing materials • Ensure that trucks are being loaded correctly and checked Please fax cv to 086 533 9570.


Die Midland Groep, ‘n gevestigde maatskappy wat beskik oor verskeie voerkrale, abattoirs en ander aktiwiteite met die fokus op kliënte diens en menseverhoudinge is op soek na ‘n geskikte kandidaat om deel te word van ons dinamiese span by ons ontbening en prosessering aanleg te Vereeniging. Die geskikte kandidaat moet aan die volgende vereistes / pligte voldoen en oor die nodige ondervinding beskik: • Matriek (Graad 12), bykomende kwalifikasies in die bedryf sal tot voordeel wees • Vorige ondervinding in die vleis bedryf / prosessering sal tot voordeel wees • Vetroud wees met voorraadbeheer en doeltreffende batebestuur • Moet teen streng maandelikse doelwitte kan werk • Moet onder druk kan funksioneer en onafhanklike besluite kan neem • Moet beskik oor bestuurs ondervinding • Sterk kommunikasie vermoë • Self gemotiveerde persoon • Goeie mense verhoudinge • Ten volle tweetalig wees • Rekenaar geletterd wees en moet op ‘n bedryfstelsel kan werk PAKKET: Normale groot maatskappy voordele is van toepassing. Salaris is onderhandelbaar na gelang van ondervinding en kwalifikasies. Slegs kandidate wat aan die vereistes voldoen, en graag deel wil word van ‘n dinamiese span, kan ‘n volledige CV met bewys van kwalifikasies en kontakbare verwysings rig aan: Die Personeel Bestuurder: Fax: 086 635 4328 / Epos: (GEEN TELEFONIESE NAVRAE ASSSEBLIEF) Sluitingsdatum: 7 Maart 2014 Gebruik asseblief die korrekte verwysingsnommer wanneer u aansoek doen vir die pos. CV’s wat ontvang word sonder relevante verwysing sal nie oorweeg word nie. (Aanvaar asb dat u aansoek onsuksesvol was indien u nie gekontak word binne twee weke na die sluitingsdatum nie)


Send CV to: 086 563 7918


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19 February - 25 February 2014





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Emerald Resort & Casino has vacancies for the following positions VIP Customer Relations Officer Purpose of the job: The purpose of this position is to create, build and manage guest relationships with our Chinese guests as well as any other guests specifically allocated Qualifications: • Grade 12 or equivalent NQF level 4 qualification • Computer literate Requirements: • Chinese that is able to speak Mandarin and English fluently • Ability to travel nationally and internationally • Ability to speak Cantonese would be an advantageous • Experience in a customer service related industry would be advantageous • To build and manage relationships with our Chinese and other casino customers - through continuous communication and contact interaction • To effectively manage the flow of communication between groups, events, customers and all internal stakeholders • To continually seek ways and develop opportunities to create events that will maintain guest loyalty and to encourage new business to the property • To assist the Player Development Manager with any bookings, arrangements or duties required to ensure all deadlines and deliverables are met accordingly

The following opportunity has become available at our

Tubatse Ferrochrome

smelting complex, situated near Steelpoort in the Limpopo Province.

Power Generation & Water Treatment Plant Superintendent The successful candidate will take overall responsibility for the operations and maintenance of the power generation and water treatment plant. This will include ensuring all maintenance inspections are conducted, analysed and followed up on, directing continuous improvement in the power generation and water treatment plants through analysis into the root causes of failures in both the mechanical and electrical systems of the plant, managing SHEQ compliance, performance management, managing labour stability and cost management. Assisting with the strategic plan and forecasting and controlling power generation scheduling, shutdown work and engineering requirements will also be required. Candidates must hold a degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering and have at least 6 years’ experience in a steam power generation plant. Possession of a Government Certificate of Competency (Factories) will be an advantage.

In making the final selection, consideration will be given to achieving the Samancor Chrome’s employment equity and the mining charter objectives. To apply please log onto the Career Junction website - and search for Power Generation & Water Treatment Plant Superintendent using Ref. No. SAM19277. Closing date: 21 February 2014. If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks after the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful. The Working Earth 02-19277

Surveillance Officer Purpose of the job: To monitor all gaming operations and to ensure compliance within the gaming operations, as well as to safe guard the company’s property, staff and guests, via CCTV coverage. Qualifications: • Grade 12 with Maths or equivalent NQF level 4 qualification • C-grade Psira qualification Experience: • Casino gaming experience would be an advantage. Job responsibilities: • To monitor all gaming operations and to ensure compliance within the gaming environment. • Report non-compliance or theft’s from staff and guest’s • Ensure the safety of guest and staff, as well as company property. • Conduct Gaming target reports • Detect and report surveillance system faults • Cash escort’s via CCTV coverage. • Ensuring compliance to the companies internal ICP’s and GGB rules and regulations Brand and Design Co-ordinator Purpose of the job: The purpose of this role is the brand custodian for all application of the Emerald Resort & Casino brand. This role also includes the conceptualisation, design and implementation of creative marketing and advertising campaigns. Qualifications: • Grade 12 or equivalent NQF level 4 qualification • Graphic Design Qualification • Photoshop CS5, Indesign, Corel Draw X6, Adobe IllustratorCS5 Experience: • 4 – 5 Years design and brand co-ordination experience • Strong knowledge of Gauteng Gaming Board rules and regulations Job responsibilities: • Creative design of all marketing and advertising campaign requirements • The effective management of brand application to all forms of marketing collateral • The effective management and co-ordination of all Emerald specific advertising messaging that contains the Emerald Resort & Casino branding • The effective management, application and co-ordination of all eternal parties / partners application of the brand • The effective management of visual language, typeface, photographic style and the application thereof. • To effectively manage all signage and decal application and brand design • To effectively check and manage TV content production to ensure that it is aligned with brand guidelines • To create fresh new ideas and campaigns that are applicable to each relevant target market • To ensure that all Gaming Board regulations, Consumer Protection Act and any relevant legislation is adhered to in every respect. • To ensure that all deadlines and chase lists are managed effectively • To effectively build relationships with suppliers to ensure that all deadlines are met • To continually seek new options, solutions and cost effective alternatives for marketing collateral • To effectively manage all campaigns within allocated budget Successful candidates must be willing to work shifts, including evenings, weekends, and public holidays when required. If you are interested in applying for one of these positions, please fax an updated CV to 086 593 2464 or e-mail to Closing Date: 25th February 2014 If you have not heard from us by the 28th February, please consider your application unsuccessful. Whilst all applications will be carefully considered, only short-listed applicants will be contacted. Emerald Resort and Casino is an equal-opportunity employer.

The Midland Group, a dynamic meat company, with its Head Office situated in the Free State, invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for the positions situated at our Vereeniging branch, as mentioned hereunder:

BOILER OPERATOR (REF: HR 098) Minimum requirements: The suitable candidate shall have the ability to / experience and knowledge of: • Matric (Grade 12), boiler operator certificate (any other work related qualifications will be an advantage) • At least three years’ experience in the industry • Fully Bilingual • Self-determined and motivated; must be able to work fast and efficient • Overseeing, monitoring the functioning of boilers and other heating and cooling systems • Repairing boilers when required • Read gauge levels constantly to make sure boilers are working safely


Requirements - Must have own car - Good people skills & presentable - Avail. immediately


R9 600.00 starting package Full training provided No experience necessary

Everyone Accepted! Own hours.

SmS name & address for full info to: 083 925 7558

Motivated consultants to join their dynamic team Are you energetic? Are you self driven? Are you hungry for opportunity and growth?

Earn r800 pEr day by Submitting formS!

Samancor Chrome is a progressive, innovative company with an enviable reputation for being an employer of choice. We have a clearly defined commitment to provide growth and development opportunities and these are evident at our two mines, three smelters and our corporate head office.




GENERAL MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT (REF: HR 099) Minimum requirements: The suitable candidate shall have the ability to / experience and knowledge of: • Matric (Grade 12) • Fully Bilingual • Ability to learn and potential to grow as an individual • Self-determined and motivated • Inspect, operate, or test machinery or equipment to diagnose machine malfunctions • Record type and cost of maintenance or repair work • Clean or lubricate shafts, bearings, gears, or other parts of machinery • Repair or replace defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipment

DISPATCH CLERK (REF: HR 0100) Minimum requirements: The suitable candidate shall have the ability to / experience and knowledge of: • Matric (Grade 12), experience in the red meat industry will be a great advantage • Bilingual • Self-determined and motivated, ability to learn and potential to grow as an individual • Open and honest • Full function of all ‘dispatch’ duties and responsibilities • Stock rotation and stock count • General administrative duties • Collate daily/weekly orders from customers • Preparing and scheduling vehicle routes on a daily basis • Maintain all labelling and delivery notes • Confirm all good and error quantities produced • Produce a daily production schedule • Computer literate REMUNERATION: Highly competitive packages will be negotiated according to experience, qualifications and skills. Should you wish to be part of our dynamic team, kindly forward your CV (with relevant proof of qualifications and contactable references) to the HR offices:

Fax: 086 635 4328 / Email: (NO TELEPHONIC ENQUIRIES) Closing date: 28 February 2014 Note: Kindly use correct reference number when applying for the applicable position.

(Should you not here from us within two weeks from closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful)



19 February - 25 February 2014

Over 150 pairs donated to shoeless Mduduzi Mathebula

ge to the hopeless and clothes to the naked is led by Khekhe, a young man who created the foundation years back in the hope of helping the community. Today all he does is to smile over his hard work and at his team. Over 150 pupils received school shoes on Thursday, though this initially seemed impossible but which was surmounted by the foundation team and its solidarity and labour. Children from various schools across Sedibeng region were called on board to become beneficiaries. Khekhe says this event was made possible through Tiro Funerals, the Mkhabela Foundation, Arcelor Mittal Science Centre, and the Department of Arts and Culture. “I was not born with a silver spoon in my mouth, but I managed to make things happen for myself. There’s a bigger picture than what you are going though. You can be the best; you may want to be. Just let no situation demoralise you. Stand up and hold your head high,” these were words of Khekhe during his speech at the event. After long and entertaining speeches children were then handed their shoes, smiles transformed their faces. Khekhe proHope to the hopeless as kearners become recipients mised to do more for those who are in need. of educational tools. Photo: Mduduzi Mathebula.

SEBOKENG. - The Lawrence Khekhe Education Foundation expressed its aim when it stood against all odds on Thursday. It did this by giving more than 150 pairs of shoes to underprivileged pupils at the Arcelor Mittal Science Centre. The Foundation that opts to bring chan-

Tsatsi Tseke (left) from Thetha Fm and Teboho Lesito (centre) of Boitshepiville Youth Development Centre and a virgin Mahlodi Masilela. Photo: Mduduzi Mathebula.

My body, my future, my life

The Toughest Young Minds Drama Group also presented a thought-provoking and illustrative play on abstinence as a positive, conscious decision that can keep the dreams of a young girl alive. Tseke gave a compelling, direct talk to the girls with an emphasis on sexual conduct. Speakers from Mahareng and Lebohang Secondary Schools were selected to present a speech under the theme “My body, my future, my life.” The programme was co-sponsored by the Gauteng Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts & Culture and Social Development. Love Life and the Sharpeville Aerobics Club were among contributors of giveaways. The programme also enjoyed a lot of support from local schools, organisations and the community of Sharpeville and Tshepiso. “In a society where social ills are addressed by the implementation of social programmes that ignore morality as the centre of a healthy state of affairs, Virgin Ya Kasi encourages girls to take pride in a strong value system,” explains Lesito. The day ended with girls pledging to remain virgins for the next 10 years or more.

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 License to the secretary of the local committee of Sedibeng

RE-ADVERTISING TENDER NOTICE Sedibeng College for FET invites companies with a proven track record in the similar projects to submit tenders as follows: SED 01/2014 - WORKSHOP EQUIPMENTAND MACHINERY The tenders will be evaluated according to 90/10 point system. The companies are invited to a compulsory briefing session as follows: Date: Time: Venue: Tender Closing Date: Public Opening:

26 February 2014 10H00 Sedibeng College, Central Office, 37 Voortrekker Street, Vereeninging 26 March 2014 @ 11H00 26 March 2014 @ 11H15

Collection of tender documents: The tender document will be available from the 24 February 2014 at 10H00. A non-refundable deposit of R100 is payable for each tender document. No faxed, posted, e-mailed and/or late applications will be accepted. Tenders must be deposited during office hours (between 08:00 and 15:00 Mondays to Thursday and 08:00 and 13:00 Fridays) at the Sedibeng College, Central Office Reception in the tender deposit box. Please note: Bidders must bring the tender document with them to the briefing meeting. Sedibeng College retains the right to amend any conditions of the tender, the validity period and specifications. The right is also reserved not to appoint the lowest priced nor any other tender. Queries related to the tender may be directed to Ms SR Modise at (016) 422-6645

I. Full Name of Applicant: Qeka Andries Mofokeng 2. Intended trading name: Ndona By Nite 3. Identity number or Registration number of the applicant: 6101175283084 4. Full address and location of the premises: 555009 Zone 3 Sebokeng, Vanderbijlpark 5. Type of license applied for: Tavern Liquor License 6. Names and nature of educational institutions within a radius of 1 kilometer from the premises in paragraph: None 7. Names and distances to similar licensed 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 this 10 Day of 02-2014 Andvis Signature of applicant or an authorised person Contact: 084 047 7251


Child Welfare SA Vanderbijlpark is requesting the biological parents or family of Sylvester Mpho Molete born 2004/12/02 to contact us in connection with the above child who has been abandoned/ orphaned. Social Worker Francois Meyer at (016) 933 2020/3 during office hours.


Further Education & Training



I, A P Squirra of APS Town and Regional Planners, being the authorized agent of the owner hereby give notice in terms of Section 56(1)(b)(i) of the Town Planning and Townships 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, by the rezoning of Erven 79/80, Vanderbijl Park South West 2 Township, located on the corner of Alheit- and Bernard Price Streets (Nos 1 05/1 07 Bernard Price Street) from “Residential 1” purposes to “Educational” and all ancillary purposes, as well as the amendment of Clause 8 Tables “A” and “B” of the Town Planning Scheme to facilitate the relaxation of the Street Building Lines from 5,00/6,00m respectively, to 0,0m.


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 12 February 2014 until 12 March 2014. Any person who wishes to object to this Application or submit representations in respect thereof, must lodge the same in writing to the said Local Authority at its address specified above or at P.O. Box 3, Vanderbijlpark 1900, on or before 12 March 2014.


Name and address of Agent: APS Town and Regional Planners P.O. Box 12311, LUMIER, 1905 Reference: Vanderbijlpark Amendment Scheme H1262 Date of first Publication: 12 February 2014 I Second Publication: 19 February 2014 a1t5wja


Name of childKATLEHO JAMES MABULA Date of birth- 24/07/2006 Name of parents/guardianBiological mother: Agnes Selloane Mabula (deceased) Biological father: unknown Reason for advertising: Tracing of Parents Name of Social worker: Selloane Matikane Contact details of social worker: 016 930 2025



Child Welfare SA Vanderbijlpark is requesting the biological parents of EDWARD MOLETE Born 2001/02/20 to contact us in connection with the above child who has been abandoned/orphaned. Social worker Francois Meyer at (016) 933 2022/3 during office hours.


SHARPEVILLE. - The Boitshepiville Youth Development Centre is known for its Life Skills and End User Computer Programme. Recently in Tshepiso one of the organisation’s unique programmes took centre stage Amatshitshi ase lokishini (Virgins Ya Kasi). It is a campaign that encourages young girls and women between 12 and 21 to remain virgins for as long as possible. The event drew teenage girls from nearby schools and other organisations around Boitshepiville. “While many popular campaigns sidetrack strong values while addressing the issue of teenage pregnancy by encouraging girls to prevent pregnancy by using contraception, Virgin Ya Kasi prefers abstinence,” says Teboho Lesito chairman and founder of the organisation. The campaign also asserts that sexually transmitted diseases are best prevented through abstinence. A talk was given by Tsatsi Tseke from Thetha FM. Master-of-ceremony for the day Keabecoe Moiloa and her crew from Love Life, kept the teenagers entertained and informed on issues of sexuality.

Child Welfare SA Sharpeville is requesting the biological parents of MPOENG HILDA PITSO to contact us in connection with the foster care placement Social worker Clotilda Chari at (016) 985 1419 during office hours.


Mduduzi Mathebula

19 February - 25 February 2014

There is something missing from our football – rivalry. This is especially in derbies. In the recent form, derbies are a thing of the past with teams, supporters and events. Shooting From The Hip always attends the SAB League match in this region and, when it is a derby match, one can’t even feel it or notice it. It is just like another game. Shooting From The Hip will tell you exactly why these rivalries died out from our football. It is because most clubs, especially PSL



Rivalry dead in our football clubs, share sponsorship like sharing women - and yet those players are still expected to play their hearts out? Never! Here at home, when I was watching a SAB League match this weekend, Shooting From The Hip noticed that the coaches are too close, too ‘chummy’. That’s why those tense derbies are missing.The fact of the matter is that, recently, it has become about there being only about three points at stake. It is no longer about the pride of representing a certain area. In the past, local teams played to represent their area. For example, in the past, there is no way the supporters or fans would accept if their Evaton-based team lost against their

neighbouring team. Never! But having said this – there is one coach in the SAB League Shooting From The Hip believes still has this rivalry mentality. The motormouth Sebokeng Real Barcelona FC head coach Dingaan ‘Dicks’ Tshabalala, he seems to still be the only coach in this league who speaks his mind when he talks of his opposition teams. Shooting From the Hip likes the confidence of the man despite his team recently being beaten 5-0 by Vaal Milano. His arrogance is something missing in our football. He reminds Shooting From The Hip of the great Mohhamed Ali, who scared hell out of an opponent before a fight.

We miss those characters. We miss rivalry in our football. The local soccer fans have been staying away from soccerfields because everyone is a friend of everyone, even in the field of play. To show that that rivalry is dead in our football, you will see opposition teams together before their big game. In the past, this was not the case. Players were so focused before any game and were not allowed to be seen with anyone. Shooting From The Hip would like to encourage Tshabalala to continue to shoot from his mouth because some of us enjoy when opposition coaches are at each other before a game. Bring it on, Mr Motor-Mouth!

Former soccer stars become community builders Zacharia Nale

BOIPATONG. - Two former Jomo Cosmos Football Club players Mokete Tsotetsi and Aaron ‘Mbazo’ Mokoena are now passing on their football knowledge to local youngsters. Even though no official announcement

has yet been made, Sedibeng Ster Sports spotted the two former soccer stars conveying their skills to local soccer teams recently. Mokoena, a former Bafana Bafana member, helped the Vodacom League team – Vaal Legends FC - while Tsotetsi coached SAB League team The Birds FC.

To make things interesting it should be noted that both players started their careers in Boipatong before they joined Cosmos. Mokoena had a successful football career when he went to play overseas for Ajax Amsterdam after he had impressed in his debut season in PSL.

The man known as ‘Mbazo’ commands a lot of respect from up-and-coming soccer stars in this region. They recognise what he achieved as a soccer player at a young age. Mokoena started his football career with the now-defunct Boipatong Real Rangers before he was spotted by soccer legend Jomo Sono who immediately signed this hard-tocrack defender. However, Mokoena is not only a former soccer player, he’s involved in the community. He stages junior soccer tournaments through his Aaron Mokoena Foundation. Tsotetsi’s rise to stardom came when he joined the Glamour Boys’ Kaizer Chiefs from Cosmos. He was one of the most hard-tackling defenders in PSL but he did not have a successful spell with Chiefs.




Sport at its best

Promotion League is on Zacharia Nale

SEDIBENG. - While there are those who claim football is dead in Sedibeng – there are those spend sleepless nights dreaming up ways to improve the standard in this region despite the negativity among football administrators. Emfuleni Local Football Association (ELM) chairman Philip Ndlovu is an upand-coming football administrator who has proven beyond doubt that he has football development interest in his heart. Ndlovu was elected chairman of the new committee last year and he has performed miracles despite criticism from his detractors. Firstly, last year he organised an administration workshop for Emfuleni Local Football Association (ELFA) teams. The workshop was conducted by former Bafana Bafana team manager Sipho Nkumane. To make things interesting, it was the first time in the history of local football that - a month before the Promotion League kick-off - the fixtures were already out. Sedibeng Ster Sports is in possession of the 2013/2014 Promotion League fixture which kicks off on March 1. In the past, the Promotion League in this region started behind schedule every season. However, since Ndlovu took over, this has become a thing of the past. The league consists of 12 teams and those teams. Those teams who failed to honour their league matches (by turning up) have since been kicked out of the league. In a heart-to-heart interview with Sedibeng Ster Sports, Ndlovu says he is sick and tired of people who just talk but do nothing for football. He believes the time for cheap talk is over. He told Sedibeng Ster Sports that there are people who work with him behind the scenes to make sure football is played in this region. “I’m not the popular person right now because of the decision I took to move our football forward. There are people who help me to take our football to the next level and they sacrifice everything for football. Many peo-

ple might say I do things alone but I can tell you there are people in the background who help me. They just don’t want to see their names in the newspapers like other football ad-

ministrators in this region,” says Ndlovu. Ndlovu warns those Promotion League teams that any team that doesn’t honour fixtures will be in serious trouble.

Emfuleni Local Football Association's Promotion League starts on March 1. Photo: Zacharia Nale.

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SEDIBENG. - Safa Sedibeng SAB League is becoming more interesting. Following mixed results over the weekend, Vaal Milano FC has overtaken VUT FC at the top of the log just in goal differences. The good news for Vaal Milano FC is that they still have two games in hand after they played nine games, while VUT FC played 11 games. ‘The Students’ occupy the third spot on the log, while Real Hearts shot to second place after beating Ghetto Seven FC 2-1 in the league match played at Shakespeare Stadium on Saturday. This Heidelberg-based side is among the teams that challenge for the league title. They are the defending champions of the Safa Sedibeng SAB League. Log leader Vaal Milano FC moved to the summit of the log after beating the relegation-threatened Reki Manyora 2-1 in another

league match which forms part of a doubleheader at Shakespeare Stadium on Saturday. Manyora FC languishes at the bottom of the log with three points from 11 outings. They lost eight matches and drew two. This is the one expected to challenge the league title. However, they ended up on the wrong side of the log. United Scientists FC also languish second from the bottom of the log with eight points from 11 games. The rest of the weekend results: Sebokeng Real Barcelona 3-1 Sebokeng Ajax FC Sailor FC 1-1 Try Me Again FC United Scientist 1-1 RESA FC Hillside United 0-2 Central United FC Verona FC 1-2 The Birds FC A Real Hearts FC player is on attack during his teams’ 2­1 victory against Ghetto Se­ ven FC at Shakespeare Stadium on Satur­ day.

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VANDERBIJLPARK. - The Emfuleni Local Football Association’s junior league (u/13 and u/15) in Stream A got off to a good start at Shakespeare Stadium on Saturday. It was a display of the best talent with more than 300 youngsters showcasing their best. For the first time in the history of football in this region the junior league started before the Promotion League, thanks to association chairman Philip ‘Mgushi’ Ndlovu. Excitement was written all over the faces of those youngsters and development coaches. The day’s programme was coordinated by Lehlohonolo Masahrole and Tebello Kheswa. Speaking to Sedibeng Ster Sports, Ndlovu said he is happy that the junior league has finally started with their league programme. He says Stream B will kick off this weekend. “I can now sleep peacefully because the junior soccer league has kicked off. I want to thank the development coaches for their patience. This is the beginning of good things to come in this region. I also want to thank Sedibeng Ster for the role it plays in the development of sports in this region. If it wasn’t for the newspaper I don’t think we could have achieved some of the things as sports people in this region,” says Ndlovu. Under-15 league coordinator Tebello Kheswa says he was happy with the positive response from teams. He says only two teams failed to honour their fixtures but the rest turned up. Meanwhile, this weekend all roads will lead to Boipatong Stadium. The rest of the weekend fixtures: U/15 Golden Eagles FC 2-0 (W/O) Veeniging Old Boys FC Tractor FC 3-2 Mighty Stars FC Vaal Milano FC 3-2 Atlehang FC Bophelong Milano FC 2-0 (W/O) Benfica FC Bophelong Milano 5-1 Liverpool FC Nale Academy 2-1 Italian Hunters FC U/13 Liverpool FC 1-0 Bophelong Mailano Golden Eagles 2-0 Nale Academy Italian Hunters FC 2-0 Vaal Milano FC

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