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Police members stand next to the man, alleged to be a highly sought-after criminal, whom they shot dead in Louis Trichardt on Sunday morning. The man was shot dead and three others were arrested, following a shootout between the suspects and the Makhado police at the corner of Rissik and Klein Street near Bridge Auto. See story on page 2. Photo: Kaizer Nengovhela.

Thulamela suspends mayor By Kaizer Nengovhela The council of the Thulamela Local Municipality has resolved to serve the municipal manager, Hlengani Maluleke, as well as the mayor, Cllr Mushoni Tshifhango, with precautionary suspension notices for approving the illegal investment of public money with VBS Mutual Bank During a closed meeting on Tuesday (1st), a proposal was approved to inform Tshifhango and Maluleke that they have been given seven days to respond to letters on why they should not be suspended. For

the interim, Cllr Tshimangadzo Malada will serve as the acting mayor and Mr Shumani Razwiedani will be the acting municipal manager. The suspension of Thulamela’s mayor and municipal manager (MM) came as a bit of a surprise, as Thulamela did not lose any money in the VBS debacle. A forensic report showed that the municipality had invested R30 million and received interest of just over R682 000. The report did indicate that political pressure was exerted on officials to invest with VBS. The municipality’s acting CFO at the time, Ms Nembu-

dani, was concerned about the legality of the investment and wrote to, among others, the SA Reserve Bank, asking for clarity. Despite her refusal to recommend the investment, the money was deposited. What also transpired was that VBS officials had inside information about what was happening at Thulamela and even knew what interest rates the other banks offered. In December 2016, the same month that Thulamela made the investment, Mayor Tshifhango obtained vehicle finance from VBS, which he used to purchase a Jeep. The vehicle was later returned, and

the mayor did not appear to have any outstanding debt with the bank. The forensic report recommended that the municipality act against its municipal manager and the mayor, as they had clearly transgressed the policies in place and their actions had not complied with the Municipal Investment Regulations and related National Treasury regulations. The mayor also did not perform the required oversight role. ANC regional spokesperson Tshifhiwa Dali remarked on Wednesday that Thulamela Municipality had been instructed to act in a consistent

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manner and in line with the recommendations of the report. He added that the issue had been referred to the provincial executive committee of the ANC for further processing. Opposition parties welcomed the decision to suspend the two persons. The DA’s Thelma Marole said that they were concerned that some culprits were not dealt with. She said that the ruling party continued to defend the indefensible. “The mayor and municipal manager have shown no intention to deal with the VBS saga. They continue to defend the illegality of the deposits made to VBS. They should have acted a long

time ago,” she said. Marole said that the continued refusal to act had resulted in a municipality where employees thought they could perform malpractices, and nothing would be done to them. The EFF’s Cllr Titus Tshikalange welcomed the suspension and said that since 2018, the EFF had written letters to the council to recommend the suspension, but nothing had happened. He said that the ruling party would continue to defend corruption and all the anomalies by using their power of numbers inside the council.


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Woman accused of killing baby remains in custody By Kaizer Nengovhela

The three men who were arrested after the alleged suspect was shot dead by the police. Photo: Kaizer Nengovhela.

Police stay mum on fatal shooting Sunday morning in Louis Trichardt By Andries van Zyl The Limpopo police refused to respond to enquiries this week about the fatal police shooting on Sunday morning that left one man dead in Louis Trichardt. The man was shot dead and three others were arrested, following a shootout between the suspects and the Makhado police at the corner of Rissik and Klein Street near Bridge Auto. In the absence of an official police statement, the shootout is said to have taken place around 11:00 when the police apparently confronted a highly sought-after suspect.

The situation quickly escalated, however, and a shootout ensued during which the suspect was killed. The three men who were accompanying the suspect were arrested at the scene. Shortly after the incident, rumours started circulating on social media that the suspect shot dead could be linked to a spate of violent crimes in the Musina area. Since the fatal shooting, this newspaper has tried in vain to elicit a response from provincial police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo regarding the incident. The only response the newspaper received came in the form of a WhatsApp message

from Mojapelo around 19:00 on Tuesday, merely stating: “The case has been handed over to the IPID.” The newspaper has since escalated its enquiry to the national office of the IPID. The office’s spokesperson, Ms Ndileka Cola, responded on Wednesday by stating that she was still waiting for confirmation of the incident. At the time of our going to press, the circumstances surrounding the event and the name and age of the deceased remain unknown. What had happened to the other three men arrested on the scene could not be determined either.

A 42-year-old woman from Ha-Lambani Tswinganani was arrested after allegedly beating her 11-month-old baby to death on Sunday. She appeared in court on Tuesday (1st), but remains in custody. Ndishavhani Mutavhatsindi (42), the mother of three children, allegedly assaulted the baby at home at Ha Lambani village on Sunday. According to the spokesperson for the police in Limpopo, Brig Motlafela Mojapelo, the woman reportedly locked herself and the infant inside a hut, after which she started beating the child. Residents came to the boy’s rescue, but were too late to prevent his death, said Mojapelo. “Residents reportedly heard the frantic cries of the baby and rushed to the house. After realising that the door was locked, they then broke it down, opened it and rescued the badly injured baby from the mother,” he said. The baby was rushed to the local Lambani clinic, but was declared dead on arrival. The incident caused a lot of anger among members of the local community, some of whom threatened to take the law into their own hands. Limpopo police commissioner Lieutenant General Thembi Hadebe urged residents to desist from taking the law into their own hands, but rather to allow it to take its course. “Residents must instead give the police space to legally deal with this gruesome incident,” said Hadebe. The spokesperson for the Department of Social Development, Witness Tiva, said that the department was saddened by the death of this 11-month-old baby. “What worries the MEC, Nkakareng Rakgoale, most is that this incident happened at a time when we are supposed to be showing love and appreciation to the children we are having,” she said.

“The MEC has urged parents who are having problems with their children or in their relationships not to resort to violence but to approach our social workers who are professionals for intervention,” she added. The infant’s mother was arrested on a charge of murder and investigations are under way. The case was postponed to 29 June for further investigations and to get the woman’s mental history from her family.

The suspect, Ndishavhani Mutavhatsindi (middle), tried to say a few last words to her relatives before the police escorted her to the cell. Photo supplied.

Mother shot dead, three-month-old baby fighting for his life in hospital By Kaizer Nengovhela A 38-year-old woman died, and her three-month-old baby boy was injured when they were shot by an unknown suspect at their home in Madodonga village on Sunday night, 30 May. The deceased woman was identified as Ms Lowisa Papo (38). According to police spokesperson Brig Motlafela Mojapelo, the incident occurred at around 19:00. The woman allegedly opened the door after someone had knocked on her door. “She was shot several times by her attacker before he fled the scene,” said Mojapelo. The mother and the injured baby were rushed to the Tshilwavhusiku Health Centre and transferred to the provincial hospital, following the attack,

where the baby is still fighting for his life. Mojapelo said that a case of murder and attempted murder were being investigated, though the motive behind the shooting was yet to be determined. The police made an appeal to anyone who might have information that can assist with the apprehension of the suspect/s, to urgently report to the police. The incident stunned residents. Many knew Papo as a good person who never argued with anyone in the village. Papo’s father, Mr Daniel Machaba, said the incident had left the family in a state of shock and confusion. “Imagine having seen your children only a few days ago, healthy and strong, and to all of a sudden be informed that she is dead,” the heartbroken father said. “We would love to see justice

served.” Vhamusanda Vho-Ntanganedzeni Kutama said he was very disturbed by the incident. “This came as a shock to me and the whole community,” he said. “This is a rare and strange incident, and we condemn it in the strongest terms.”

The late Ms Lowisa Papo. Photo supplied.

DWS condemns Nandoni shutdown Ms Lucy Kobe, these acts of criminality have no place in The Department of Water Limpopo and whatever issues and Sanitation in Limpopo community members feel aghas condemned the closure of grieved by, they should not lead the Nandoni Water Treatto the shutdown of the plant. ment Plan by protesting “We fully understand that peoresidents of the villages of ple have a constitutional right Tshiulungoma and Muloti to protest, however, no one has earlier this week. a right to infringe on someone In a press statement issued else’s right to have access to by the department, it states that water. The protestors also enthe protestors overpowered the dangered the lives of the people security personnel guarding the guarding the plant, something plant, took the keys and locked that is against the law as well it. “This will have far-reaching and we condemn that,” she says. implications as it has affected Kobe says the national govwater supply to communities ernment is aware of the water that are benefiting from the challenges experienced in the plant,” reads the statement. area and adds that they are According to Water and working closely with the proSanitation Provincial Head vincial and local governments Municipal News

to come up with immediate solutions. She indicates that part of the problem has been the non-functional pump station pumping water from Tshiulungoma to Mutoti village. The pump station has since been fixed, but it cannot be tested now since the plant is closed. “The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) strongly condemns the acts of shutting down of water infrastructure in the strongest possible terms. Such conduct has negative implications on service delivery, compliance of municipalities and water wastage which cannot be afforded in the midst of unreliable rainfall,” the statement reads.


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Venda pension fund saga finally gets a court date Finance Ministers’ application to have the PP reports set aside to be heard on 6 August

embarked on a process of reviewing available data, saying that this was necThe long-overdue Venda Pension essary to ensure that the project would Fund matter is hopefully heading for be implemented accurately. Treasury closure. A date has finally been set also enlisted the services of an actuary for the North Gauteng High Court in an attempt to establish a reliable to listen to arguments in the review database of potential beneficiaries of the about the consequences of the privatiapplication brought by the Minister of sation. proposed remedial action. Finance against the Public Protector. The hopes of thousands of pensioners Following Madonsela’s finding, a Mr Hennie Erwee, the attorney to finally receive some sort of compensatask team was formed to investigate representing some 16 300 members of tion were, however, frustrated when the the claims and verify the information the former Venda Pension Fund, said Minister of Finance indicated in 2019 of the claimants. The issue gathered this week that the case had been put on dust on the desks of various officials for that his office would contest the PP’s the roll for 6 August 2021. In the case, findings. years. The matter eventually ended up the Minister is asking that the reports The case made its way to the court on the desk of the new Public Protector, and findings of two Public Protectors and in August last year, the Finance Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane. In her (Madonsela in 2011/12 and Mkhwebane special report, she directed Lungisa Minister suffered a setback when the in 2016) be set aside. Erwee represents Gauteng High Court ruled against an Fuzile, the director general of finance, a voluntary group of former members, interlocutory application. The case, to submit an action plan on remedial who are sited as respondents in the case. action to be taken. which served before judge Fayeeza The Venda Pension Fund matter has Kathree-Setiloane, was very technical in Mkhwebane’s report also tried to now been simmering for more than a address fears expressed that payment of nature and concerned legal arguments decade. When the former Venda home- compensation in this matter would open and exceptions. Several points of law land was incorporated into South Africa, a floodgate of claims by former state were raised, but these were not enough it affected the government employees’ employees. “The remedial action [in the to convince the judge that the applicapension scheme. The fund had to be tion should not be heard. 2011 report] was designed to address privatized or incorporated with that of Erwee Attorneys will make use of maladministration that is demonstrably South Africa’s government employees. advocate Jaco Roux (SC) when fighting unfair and unreasonable in the specific In 2011, the former Public Protector the case in August. set of circumstances of this matter,” it (PP), Adv Thuli Madonsela, investigatWhile the legal battles continue, said. ed complaints by pensioners that the The consolidated list of complainants thousands of the affected pensioners are National Treasury and the Government estimated the number at approximately living in abject poverty, relying on social Employees Pension Fund (GPEF) had 7 000, many of whom are “penniless, re- grants to survive. Their hopes are still acted improperly when privatising the lying on old-age grants, while a number pinned on some sort of payment from Venda Pension Fund. Madonsela found, had already passed on”. the former pension scheme. among other things, that the complainSome of the people who had originalIn December 2017, Treasury said it ants had suffered prejudice as they were was working with the Government Pen- ly complained to the Public Protector, influenced to privatise their pension sions Administration Agency (GPAA) to such as Tshimangadzo Tshiololi, had benefits but were not properly informed address the remedial action. The GPAA already died. By Anton van Zyl

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Another Maneledzi learner stabbed to death at tavern he said and expressed his appreciation to all the community memA Grade 12 learner from bers, and especially the pastors Maneledzi Secondary School in the area, for their support over was stabbed to death at a local this period. tavern in Madabani village in Ritshidze will be buried on Satthe Sinthumule area in the early urday, 5 May, at the cemetery in hours of Saturday, 29 May. Ravele. The service is scheduled His death follows barely two to start at 06:00. months after the death of a In March this year, 17-yearGrade 11 learner from the same old Mpho Rabinda, a Grade 11 school, also because of a stabbing pupil from Maneledzi Secondary incident. School, was allegedly stabbed to According to police spokesdeath on his way home after a person Brig Motlafela Mojapelo, party, although information reSaturday’s incident had occurred garding the incident still remains at around 03:00. An argument sketchy. ensued between Ritshidze Muthambi (20) and two other boys, which resulted in a serious fight at the tavern. Ritshidze was allegedly stabbed in the chest and his right hand with a sharp object. He died at the scene. “When the police arrived at the scene, the victim was lying on the ground. We were alerted by members of the community who saw the incident take place,” Mojapelo said. The two suspects were arrested immediately after the incident and charged with murder. The two suspects, a 16-yearold boy and Pfano Ndou (18) appeared in the Tshilwavhusiku Magistrate’s Court on Monday, 31 May. Their case was postponed to 14 June for further investigations. According to the family spokes- Ritshidze Muthambi, a Grade 12 pupil from Maneledzi Secperson, Mr Sam Rakobo, the ondary School, was killed in the untimely death of Ritshidze had early hours of Saturday, 29 May. robbed the family. “The incident Photo supplied. has left our family traumatised,” By Kaizer Nengovhela


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Infighting at Tshathogwe threatens to destroy CPA By Bernard Chiguvare In the latest incident of infighting among members of a communal property association (CPA), members of the Tshathogwe CPA are at each other’s throats. Accusations of the misuse of funds are levelled against the current committee, who in turn approached the court to interdict members who act in an illegal manner. The Tshathogwe group succeeded with a land claim in 2008, and roughly 3 000 hectares of land were returned to the people who were forcibly removed from the farm Bankop in 1985. Some relocated to Madombidzha, while others moved to Vleifontein and Maila village. The CPA intended to implement economic-development and job-creation projects to empower its beneficiaries through ecotourism, game farming, agriculture, natural resources management, nature conservation and environmental management. Some families also indicated they would want to return to the farm to live there. Conflict surfaced among the CPA members soon thereafter and in 2012, the High Court was asked to intervene. An interdict was obtained in February 2013 in an effort to restrict some of the illegal activities of members. Willie Hadzhi Ntshengedzeni, the current chairman of the CPA, explained to Limpopo Mirror how the conflict had started. “We noted that Joshua Nthabalala, one of the beneficiaries, was demarcating sites on part of the land,” he said. Nthabalala was allegedly making part of the land available without the consent of the CPA. “We stopped him from the activity, and it is when the infighting started,” said Ntshengedzeni. The CPA also questioned where the money went to that was paid by the people who wanted sites. In February this year, the conflict flared up again when a splinter group apparently started clearing bushes on the farm, stating that they were about to start demarcating sites. Part

of the fence was cut to allow a TLB to enter the area and assist with the clearing. The Bandelierkop SAPS was asked to intervene, and a charge of trespassing was laid. The police, however, were reluctant to get involved and presumably viewed the matter as a civil dispute. In March, the activities continued, and members of the splinter group started measuring out sites to be demarcated. The CPA then turned to the court to get an interdict to force the police to act against members of the splinter group. The interdict was granted on 8 April and the parties had to be back in court on 10 May to supply reasons as to why it should not be made a permanent order. Mr Thoba Solomon, spokesperson for the section of the beneficiaries who call themselves the Concerned Group, said that they had complied with the terms of the interdict issued on 8 April and were now awaiting the outcome of the case. “The court told us we will be informed of the results after 14 days, but the days are over, and we have not heard any word from the court. We cannot wait any longer while our land and our projects are suffering,” said Solomon. The past Saturday (30 May), a group comprising 30 members from the Concerned Group had a meeting at the Bankop farm. According to Solomon, the meeting was called to discuss the way forward. Solomon said that they were very concerned about what was happening within the CPA and the manner in which the projects were collapsing. As an example, Solomon referred to the cattle project and claimed that the animals were being abused, because sufficient water sources had not been provided. He pointed to an empty 5 000 litre water tank, which meant the cattle had to walk roughly 10 kilometres to the next source of water. The Concerned Group are also complaining about renovations done to houses on the property. They argue that in 2019, R3,9 million was supposedly spent on renovating the

houses, but they doubt whether this was done. “We wonder how the millions of rands were used. We are calling for an audit of this money,” said Solomon. He said that from what they could observe, only the roofs had been renovated, which could not have cost that much. One of the central disputes seems to concern the term of office of the current CPA committee. The current committee comprises Willie Hadzhi Ntshengedzeni (the chairman) and Chief Livhuwani Matsila, who was appointed as the project advisor. The Concerned Group claim that the committee’s term of office expired in March 2019. The committee members were elected in 2016 and they were expected to serve for only three years. Ntshengedzeni did not dispute the fact that the committee’s term of office had expired, but said that the Department of Land and Rural Development had extended their term office due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The other allegations were vehemently denied by Ntshengedzeni. He said that no serious water shortages existed on the farm and the cattle could always go to parts of the farm where water was available at three water-pumping stations. Ntshengedzeni said that allegations of the misuse of funds were unfounded, and they had nothing to hide. He said that the CPA’s accounts were audited and if anyone had a problem, they could access the audited statements. Solomon, in turn, said that they intended writing to the Land Commission, calling for elections to be held on 12 or 19 June this year. He also said that the Concerned Group would go ahead with the plans to have one hectare of land allocated to each family to cater for unemployed beneficiaries. Ntshengedzeni said the current committee members had no problem holding elections as long as the Department of Land and Rural Development approved of the process and it was conducted within the parameters of the legal framework. He said elections could be held by the end of this month.

Beneficiaries gather at one of the houses they claim was not renovated properly.

New desks for Msengi Secondary 20 school desks and 50 chairs to the school. Stakeholders, Msengi Secondary School including the Vhembe District at N’wamatatani village in Education Department, the the Collins Chabane MunicSGB and traditional leadership ipality is one of the oldest in witnessed the handover. the area. The school lacks School principal Mr Paulos the modern infrastructure Marmeni said they faced sported by their neighbouring many challenges as a school. schools, and overcrowding “We have a very big challenge and a lack of resources have of overcrowding and lack of become a part of life at the resources. We have, on several school. occasions, together with the SGB, visited the education The school also had to rely on department in Polokwane to the old furniture from neighhighlight our plight, but get bouring schools from time to empty promises every time,” time, to cope with the ever-insaid Marmeni. “The block over creasing learner population. here was built with funds from Despite the odds, the school donors. The department also is proud to be called the best promised us furniture, which school within the Hlanganani never happened in all these Central Circuit for five years in years.” a row. The school recently sent They received a major boost out requests to more than 20 on Monday, 31 May, when a businesses for donations and well-known bus company, Net- the only positive feedback so far shituni Bus Service, donated was received from Netshituni By Maanda Bele

Bus Service. Marmeni said they were very humbled by what the company had done for them and that it made a big difference to the learners. Mr Vusani Masakona, brand manager at Netshituni Bus Service, said his company had supported education for years and had, to date, donated more than 3 000 school uniforms to needy learners. He also pointed out that they ran career exhibitions, where hundreds of learners were bused to venues and catered for, free of charge. “This is just a starter, and we will come back, as we have had first-hand experience of the challenges the school is facing,” Masakona said. Ms Mapula Mahlako from the Vhembe Education Department said that the department had plans to assist the school, including supplying new mobile classrooms.

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“Government alone will not be able to end gender-based violence” Children’s Home on Thursday, 20 May. Limpopo MEC for Social Recent incidents that ocDevelopment Ms Nkakareng curred in the district evoked Rakgoale says that the govgreat cause for concern and ernment alone cannot curb action. Lufuno Mavhunga, a gender-based violence and learner from Mbilwi Secondary femicide (GBVF) or bullying School near Thohoyandou, at schools until civil society committed suicide after a video and individual members join of her being bullied had gone hands in the fight against it. viral on social media. A teacher An anti-bullying and GBVF from the same school was awareness campaign, led by arrested in April this year for Rakgoale, was launched in allegedly raping a minor. According to Rakgoale, Thohoyandou and other communities in the Vhembe region had been declared as hotspots for GBVF, which would have to be addressed seriously, hence the campaign. Reverend Dr Alunamutwe Randitsheni, who spoke on behalf of the Vhembe Pastor’s Forum, said the church also had a role to play in the restoration of a spirit of ubuntu among communities. “As church leaders and pastors, we often encounter members from our communities who complain to us about gender-based violence and we have to attend to them, to save their lives. They are our Limpopo MEC for Social Development Ms Nkakareng Rakpeople, and we don’t have a goale photographed at the anti-bullying and GBVF campaign launched in Thohoyandou two weeks ago. Photo: Silas Nduvhe- choice but to look after them,” said Randitsheni. ni. By Silas Nduvheni

Thohoyandou in a bid to create awareness about the dangers and effects of the social ills that are mostly affecting vulnerable people in society. Rakgoale interacted with members of school governing bodies, principals, the SAPS, the Pastor’s Forum, other relevant stakeholders, and community members to exchange ideas on how best to tackle GBVF and bullying in schools during an event held at the Thohoyandou

For 43 uninterrupted years Rose Mbadaliga has shaped young minds She joined Rabali Primary School in 1979 and proceeded Fellow teachers, members to Mukhudwana Primary in of the school governing body 1980 (now Harold Rudzani and learners bade farewell Primary). to Ms Rose Mbadaliga (65), a The principal of Harold much-loved teacher at Harold Rudzani Primary, Mr Shaft MaRudzani Primary, during a tumba, said Mbadaliga’s name farewell function held on her would go down in history as behalf on Friday, 28 May, at one of the people who played a Tshiozwi. Members of the meaningful role in the developcommunity and her family ment of education in Limpopo. also joined the occasion to “She can be described as a good wish her a peaceful retireshepherd and loyalist who alment. ways made sure that she raised Mbadaliga holds a proud re- the standard of education and cord of 43 years of uninterrupt- gave a smile to the learners she ed service as teacher at various served,” he said. local schools. Mbadaliga started “She is a great woman who teaching at Tshamavhudzi Prialways made sure that she mary School way back in 1978. raised our educational flag by

making sure that she produced hundreds of professionals through her excellent teaching skills. We can all agree that she loved her work and went out an extra mile to fulfil her obligations.” He added that, through Mbadaliga’s dedication, she inspired young teachers to love their work. “We wish young teachers could harvest her knowledge and follow in her footsteps to improve the state of education in our schools,” Matumba said. Mbadaliga thanked the school governing body of Harold Rudzani Primary, the learners and the community stakeholders for giving her the opportunity to realize her potential as a teacher for 40 years at the same school. She said she did not regret becoming a teacher, because when she looked back, she saw the flowers of her hard labour blossoming. “There is nothing that makes me happier than meeting the doctors, engineers, teachers, lawyers and other professionals that I have produced. I have really worked hard, and this is the perfect time for me to rest.” Mbadaliga has a message for young teachers. “Work is not about money; it is about putting a smile on the face of the person you are assisting. When you go to class, you must be fully prepared. If you want to enjoy your work, love what you do and From left to right are Ms Rose Mbadaliga, Ms Funzani Mamuthubi, execute all your duties Ms Tshisikhawe Kutama and the principal, Mr Shaft Matumba of on time.” Harold Rudzani Primary. Photo supplied. By Kaizer Nengovhela

Over 60s brace long queues for Covid-19 shots at Siloam Hospital By Maanda Bele

Monday, and after standing in queue for hours, she finally got her vaccine jab at around 10:00. “I thought it was going to be a very big needle,” she laughed. Ndou travelled nearly five kilometres from Tshithuthuni village to Siloam Hospital.

Elizabeth Phuluwa from Sheshe Dzamba, who also received her jab at the hospital on the same day as Ndou, encouraged other elderly people to stop living in fear and get vaccinated. “Come get your dose of vaccine. Do it for your health at least,” she said.

Elderly residents from Tshithuthuni and other nearby villages had to face long queues in front of Siloam Hospital to get their dosages of the Covid-19 vaccine earlier this week. The hospital was identified as a vaccination point last Tuesday (25 May). Since then, many of the over-60s had reportedly started queueing from as early as 04:00 in the morning already, while others apparently sleep at the hospital overnight to avoid the long queues. On Monday, 28 May, the queue was nearly 500 metres long. The clinical manager at Siloam Hospital, Dr Isaac Mulaudzi, strongly discouraged aged citizens from sleeping at the hospital and queueing up so early. “They must come for their vaccines during working hours, not queue from that early or overnight,” he said. Vaccinations at Siloam Hospital are administered between 08:00 and 16:30 every day. According to Dr Mulaudzi, an average of 600 people are vaccinated daily. Elisa Ndou (65) faced A nurse at Siloam Hospital, Mathusa Ben Ndwamato, her fear for needles when vaccinates a 102-year-old citizen on Monday morning. she joined others on

Ten-year-old Tshedza gets crowned as the new ‘Princess in the Making’ By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Tshedza’s hobbies are modelling, swimming, gymnastics, and singing. “I believe that it is possible to achieve anything that you want through prayer and hard work,” she said. “Whenever you feel helpless, never lose hope – you can still achieve more, just like me!”

Tshedza’s parents, Mrs Tshililo and Mr Prince Thovhakale, are very proud of their daughter. “We are very happy and proud of Tshedza’s achievements in modelling,” they said. “She’s very passionate about it and our duty is to give her our outmost support.”

Ten-year-old Tshedza Thovhakale, a Grade 6 pupil at Emmanuel Christian School in Louis Trichardt, was crowned Princess in the Making during the Miss Elegant 2021 beauty pageant, held at the Mokopane Show Grounds on Saturday, 29 May. Tshedza, who started modelling at the age of six, joined ACE Models in Louis Trichardt at the beginning of the year to help her build self-confidence and to learn more about the modelling industry. She is very excited about scooping up the crown of Princess in the Making and cannot stop singing praises to her parents and the ACE Models agency. “My parents entered the competition for me,” she said. “I won the Princess in the Making title, which simply means that I have great potential to be a supermodel. I won a very beautiful crown. It was a great competition and my first experience on a big stage like that, and in a town that I am not even familiar with! I have only joined local Tshedza Thovhakale (10) was recently crowned Princess in the Makcompetitions here ing during the Miss Elegant 2021 beauty pageant held in Mokopane. in Louis Trichardt,” Picture supplied. Tshedza said.


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Granny goes missing after visit at Tshakhuma village “They apparently discussed some family matters together. When she The police in Thohoyandou are left to go to the burial society club’s following up on all leads to find gathering, it was already late, but 69-year-old makhulu Vho-Selinah my granny left money (her monthly Mashau of Muledane Block N, contribution) with fellow-members just outside Thohoyandou, after of that club.” she went missing on Saturday, 15 The family searched for her and May. asked the other club members in Detective Sergeant Rembuluwani Tshakhuma, who told them that the Nekhavhambe said Mashau, who old makhulu had gone home after originates from Tshakhuma village, their gathering. had gone to pay her monthly If anyone has seen or knows contribution to the burial society anything about Selinah Mashau’s in Tshakhuma on the day she had whereabouts, they can contact gone missing. Detective Sergeant Rembuluwani “It is reported that she arrived at Nekhavhambe on 071 511 1213 or the burial society club, where she 015 960 1000. and other members gathered on that day. However, Mashau’s family started to get worried when she never returned to her home in Muledane later,” said Nekhavhambe. One of Mashau’s grandchildren, Ms Muofhe Mashau, said that they were devastated about their grandmother’s disappearance. Muofhe recalled that her grandmother had gone to Tshakhuma village at about 10:00 that day. “From the information we gathered, my granny first visited her older sister, who is over 70 years old and also lives in TshakhuMissing: Ms Selinah Mashau (69) of Mulema,” Muofhe said. dane Block N. Photo: SAPS Thohoyandou. By Silas Nduvheni

March to protest against the Israeli attacks A peaceful march, led by the Venda-Muslim Youth Movement, in collaboration with the Limpopo Youth Council, took place on Sunday, 30 May, in Thohoyandou. The group protested against the recent Israeli attacks on Palestinians. The procession, supported by more than 250 people, started at the Thohoyandou Library and proceeded to the Thohoyandou CBD and back again.

Another feather in Sinyosi’s cap By Maanda Bele Seeing her mother in her graduation gown many

years ago motivated Growing up within the Livhalani Bridget Sinyosi to light of her mother’s inspipursue her own journey of ration and encouragement, academic achievements. she developed a love of books and set goals for herself of one day wearing as many graduation gowns as she could. Today she is living her dream.

Livhalani Bridget Sinyosi has just obtained her PhD in Education. Photo supplied.

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sion in her family. “My mother, Gladys Shavhani, was my first teacher and she was to become my role model. She was among the first people in the village to obtain a degree. I told myself I would achieve even more than she did, to make her happy.” Ms Shavhani had a Sinyosi, who scooped the master’s degree to her name 2020 African Union Teachers when she retired from teachAward, has now added yet ing. “She loved books and another feather to her cap motivated me to read a lot, after she obtained her PhD and this set me on this nevfrom the University of South er-ending academic journey.” Africa. Her research was Sinyosi serves in many actitled Leadership Enhanceademic committees and has ment among Female Prinworked at different schools in cipals of Secondary Schools different capacities. in Vhembe District of South She obtained her teacher’s Africa, and was done on 18 diploma from Makhado Colfemale principals around lege in 1993 before enrolling the Vhembe District. She part time at UNISA, where believes that her findings, if she obtained her BA degree implemented, would create a in 1996 and did her BED friendlier working environdegree in 1999. Her Manment for females in leaderagement Honours degree ship positions. was done at the North West Sinyosi is principal at the University in 2009. She comhigh-riding Dzata Secondpleted her master’s degree in ary School, who boasted the curriculum studies in 2015, best Grade 12 results in the again from UNISA, before Vhembe West District for enrolling for her PhD in edu2020. She said that educacation, which she completed tion had always been a pasthis year.

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Musina community still searching for missing girl By Bernard Chiguvare

The Musina community is calling on all civil structures, the municipality, the police, and the South African National Defence Force in Musina to assist in the search for a missing 11-year-old girl from the Nancefield Township. Boitumelo Kenndies Radzuma reportedly left her home on 23 May 2021 without telling anyone where she was going and never returned. She was last seen wearing black jeans and a jersey. The police conducted search operations at relatives, friends, and the surrounding areas, without any success. They are now pleading with anyone who might have information that can assist in finding the missing girl to contact the investigating officer, Warrant Officer Sipho Nqxaba, on 081 703 1603

or the crime stop number 08600 10111. Alternatively, they can send a message to the MySAPSApp or go to their nearest police station.

Eleven-year-old Boitumelo Kenndies Radzuma from Nancefield Township went missing on 23 May 2021.


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Bigger fleet so VDM can address all its water-related challenges By Silas Nduvheni The Vhembe District Municipality will no longer have an excuse for not being able to attend to problems and complaints because of a shortage of vehicles. The municipality received 19 brand-new vehicles to the value of R8,7 million on 25 May, to be used specifically and solely for the purpose of water service delivery within the municipality.

ANC members chanted outside the Thohoyandou Magistrate’s Court on Friday, 28 May. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

Four accused in SAMWU murders back in court

From left to right are Thabo Sibanze, Percy Radzuma, Ndivhuwo Radzuma and Simon Radzuma, photographed as they appeared in the Thohoyandou magistrate’s court on 28 May. Photo supplied.

The executive mayor of Vhembe, Cllr Dowelani Nenguda, joined by other councillors and workers, handed over the new fleet to the VDM on Tuesday at the district municipality’s square in Thohoyandou. The 19 vehicles are supplementing the existing vehicles being used by municipal workers. “Workers complained that they didn’t have enough vehicles to tackle water challenges and blockages when they were called. Now they have enough,” he said. He urged the drivers from the planning and technical services departments, who will be using these vehicles, to use them for the delivExecutive mayor of the Vhembe District Municipality Dowelani ering and maintaining Nenguda (right) hands the keys of the new fleet over to the municiof water services and pal manager of VDM, Ms Sylvia Ndou. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

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MURATHO Kha dzoṱhe bugu dza u vhala dza ṋamusi, Muratho a i vhambedzwi na iṅwe na nthihi. I a sengedza ya dovha ya ṱuṱula dzangalelo ḽa muvhali. Muratho a si bugu zwayo lini, ndi bugu ine ya vha na ḓivhazwakale i nyanyulaho. Bugu iyi yo bveledza madendele, vhoradzinḓivho na vharangaphanḓa. Vho-makhulu washu na vho-mme ashu vha ḓirwa khana nga Muratho. Bugu iyi yo ṅwalwa nga ḽizhakanḓila na mutsila vhukuma wa mihumbulo siani ḽa nyaluwo ya Tshivenḓa. Avha muṅwali makone nga dzina ndi Vho-Paul Ramudzuli Ngwana. Vho - P. R. Ngwana vho shuma vhukuma kha u bveledzisa lushaka lwa vhavenḓa na luambo lwa Tshivenḓa sa muṅwali, mudededzi, muingameli wa zwikolo, muraḓo wa vhusima-milayo na mulanguli wa koporasi ya zwa vhulimi. Mishumo mivhuya yavho yo ita uri na yunivesithi ya Devhula ine zwino ya pfi yunivesithi ya Limpopo, i dzudzanye u avhela digirii ya vhudokotela ha khuliso kha muṅwali uyu. Digirii iyi ya vhudokotela vho ingwa yone nga nṱha ha dziṅwe ndalukano dzi ngaho sa; University junior certificate na digirii ya BA nga yunivesithi ya Afrika Tshipembe. Vho- P. R. Ngwana vho shumela lushaka sa murangaphanda vhe kha vhuimo ho fhambanaho. Vhutshilo ha Vho-P .R. Ngwana, he ha thoma goleni ḽa 1915 ha guma nga 1985, ho vha mbuelo kha lushaka lwa Afrika Tshipembe lwa mulovha, ṅamusi na matshelo.

Executive mayor of Vhembe Dowelani Nenguda, photographed at the wheel of one of the tractors handed over to the VDM, to be used by local farmers on a booking system for ploughing purposes in fields and orchards. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

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justice for the murder of the SAMWU members. He said they wanted to deal with corruption accordingly, as it was destroying the ANC, and they were in the process of renewing the organisation by fighting corruption. “We cannot protect people, regardless of their position within the ANC, if they are corrupt and have intentions of killing other comrades. Our slain comrades were killed because they didn’t want to protect corruption and looting of municipal funds that are meant for service delivery,” he said. Mr Mashudu Mani, who represented the Mani and Musetsho families, said that the reason behind the murders was now clear to everyone. Mani thanked the Vhembe communities, who came in large numbers to support the two affected families and said that they were stronger because of these people’s support.

we take farming seriously. We understand that the agricultural food production from our farmers in the district will increase with the help of these tractors,” Nenguda said. He added that, as more vehicles for rendering water services were now available, they might possibly also employ more people very soon. Cllr Thina Mbedzi, portfolio head of technical services in the VDM, was ecstatic about the new fleet. “Water is life; our communities cannot survive without water. The new fleet will definitely reduce the pressure on workers in the district municipality who complained about the vehicle shortage whenever they were called out to attend to water challenges and blockages,” said Mbedzi.

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the possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition and Two brothers and their were linked to the murders. co-accused re-appeared in the Their co-accused, Thabo Thohoyandou Magistrate’s Sibanze, a resident of EswatiCourt on Friday, 28 May, in ni, was arrested in 2019, first connection with the murder on charges of intimidation of of two SAMWU members some of the SAMWU officials from the Vhembe District in Vhembe, and later also in Municipality. They were connection with the murder of joined by a fourth suspect, Ronald Mani. who had also been arrested The fourth suspect, Ndivhuand linked to the murders. wo Radzuma, was arrested in Mr Ronald Mani (50) and connection with other murders, SAMWU’s former acting nabut after intensive police investional president, Mr Timpson tigations, he was also positively Musetsho (50), were murdered linked to the murder of Mani in 2019 for allegedly being very and Musetsho. outspoken against municipaliThe spokesperson for the ties in the Vhembe District that National Prosecution Authorhad invested millions of rands ity in Limpopo, Ms Mashudu of public funds in the now-liqMalabi-Dzhangi, said the case uidated VBS Mutual Bank. was postponed to 18 June for The two accused brothers, centralisation of the cases. The Simon (26) and Percy Radzuma suspects remain in custody. (33), were arrested on Friday, Advocate Anderson Mu19 March this year in Rwanda dunungu, who also represented village in the Letsitele policthe ANC in the Vhembe region, ing area outside Tzaneen for told the media that they sought By Silas Nduvheni

repairing of blocked sewerage systems, and nothing else. “We call on the communities around the Vhembe District to report any form of reckless driving and use of these vehicles that is not for the purpose they were bought for. The number to call is 015 960 2000. We will also impound vehicles that are not used solely for doing the work it was supposed to do, because it is the people’s tax money and we cannot allow things that are not done the right way,” said Nenguda. Eight tractors, to the value of R9,4 million, were also received to be used on a booking system by local farmers for ploughing purposes in fields and orchards. “We are the food basket of the Limpopo Province, and

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Fhatuwani enters the

Art & Entertainment gospel scene with a bang Thendo is breaking the tenor vocalist. “We recorded one live project and for me it Not even the devastating was an eye opener,” he said. effects of the coronavirus, “It was an amazing experience which had already wreaked and I enjoyed being on stage. so much havoc across the I saw another side of music globe, could stop Fhatuwhich I did not know, and I wani “Professor” Makungo grew musically.” from realizing his dream of After a self-imposed making and releasing his sabbatical, Fhatuwani own music. found his way back Fhatuwani’s music career into the studio, this began in the midst of these time working with retrying times, while so many nowned music promoter local artists struggled to keep Robert Netshiunda of afloat. His first single, titled Mukurob Music. “I grew U ri fhe namusi, has just been up with Robert, who released - an extract from The was a fellow member at Lord’s Prayer. church. When he spoke The song has been dubbed about me recording my “a breath of fresh air” by own music, I was not gospel music lovers. “I sure if I could do it,” strongly believe that most of he said. “Robert had our prayers are based on The produced powerhouses Lord’s Prayer,” he said. “No like Lufuno Phalandwa matter what we pray every and Grace Mulaudzi, day, it is somehow related to and I felt inferior. But this amazing prayer.” he encouraged me to Fhatuwani was born and just be myself, until I bred at Ha-Makhuvha village grew more and more and grew up in a religious confident. Now I have family. His elder brother is an my own single out and ordained pastor. He had been it was received so well.” singing in the church choir Fhatuwani grew up since his childhood, but things listening to legends took a different turn for him such as Keke Phoofolo when his musician friend, and Benjamin Dube. Thilivhali Bumba, recruited “I do not have a spehim to join a local gospel cific goal to achieve in group, Brothers In Love, as a music. I want God to By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

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tainment industry, Ragimana has emerged with a mighty sound with the release of her debut The saying that a woman’s place is in the four-track album titled Vhafumakadzi. kitchen is fast becoming outdated as women Thendo, who started her music career as a are quickly making inroads into the local reg- backing vocalist for reggae sensation Shufflers, gae music fraternity. One has now become the new kid on the block, as her such pioneer is none music is easily penetrating the tough entertainother than Thendo ment industry. Several radio stations have alBeauty Ragimana ready been giving the title track, Vhafumakadzi, of Makonde-Shacontinuous airplay. dani, north of The new star said she was surprised by Thohoyandou. the kind reception of her first album in Better known the music industry. “I never thought my as Thendo in music would make such a huge impact as the enterI was just entering the recording industry. This is a demonstration that music lovers are happy with the rise of females in this male-dominated reggae music industry. The fact that I was well received by fans has given me more energy to work hard to build my musical brand.” She encourages women to stand up and take their rightful place in the reggae music industry. “Success has nothing to do with gender, but hard work defines who you are. We need more women in the reggae music industry to prove that we are also talented like our male counterparts.” On Vhafumakadzi, Thendo urges the community to treat women with love and affection. “A lot of women have fallen victim to the people who are supposed to love them. Women are abused and killed daily in our country. I’m trying to send a warning message to the abusers to refrain from their bad deeds and start to treat women with dignity.” In the song A zwi todi na muthu, Thendo is trying to advise people to respect other people’s privacy and relationships while in Ditanganedzeni, she is urging people to accept themselves for what they are. The fourth song is a dub version of the title track. Thendo’s music is available online and she Thendo Ragimana has made a grand entrance is also available on Facebook (Thendo Beauty into the reggae music industry with the release of her debut album titled Vhafumakadzi. Ragimana) and on 0724545557 (voice calls and WhatsApp). Photo supplied. Entertainment

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Vendaboy Poet runs for SAMA Award By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Lutendo Mugagadeli, better known as Vendaboy Poet, has just been nominated for the 2021 South African Music Awards (SAMA27) in the category for Best Traditional Album, and he is floating on Cloud Happy. He stands against artists such as Henny C, Sho Madjozi and Vusi Mahlasela, but for Vendaboy Poet, this is an accomplishment he could only have dreamt of in his career as a poet. “I feel honoured to be nominated among such great talents, including our legendary Vusi Mahlasela. It motivates me to see my work being valued against the best projects in the industry,” he said. “But I also feel I’ve earned a nomination for my new album, Ndavhuko.” He admits, though, that he could not have made it alone. “I must take this opportunity to thank my production team and all the artists who feature on the album who have worked tirelessly with us,” he said. Vendaboy Poet dedicates the nomination to his fans, the media, and his family for playing an

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lead me and direct my path. My only promise to my fans is that I will do my best to make quality music and stick to the style that brings them closer to the Almighty,” he said. Fhatuwani Makungo can be followed on Facebook, and those who wish to get into contact with him can call 072 730 2195.

Lutendo Mugagadeli, better known as Vendaboy Poet, is ecstatically happy as he has just been nominated for the South African Music Awards (SAMA27). Picture supplied.

Lutendo Mugagadeli, better known as Vendaboy Poet. Picture supplied.

important part in shaping his career in one way or another. “I have been in the industry for over a decade now, and every time I challenge myself to give only my best for my people,” he said. “My fans have rallied behind me since day one and continue to do so.” He also conveyed his appreciation for his family’s constant love and support. “Sometimes this industry can drain you, but my family keeps pushing me to follow my dream of achieving more in the art industry,” he said. Vendaboy Poet, who is considered one of Vhembe’s foremost poets, has been recognised several times for his poetry music and has won five awards over the years, including Best Poet at the Tshivenda Music Awards (TSHIMA) in 2012 and Best Praise Poet at the South African Traditional Music Awards in 2018. His work is available on most online digital stores. His fans can follow him on Facebook or reach him on Tel 071 116 8542 or 072 214 4575.


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Art & Entertainment Daloo Deey celebrates success on her debut album

Daloo Deey, Picture supplied. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Daloo Deey, the young music sensation who kept the country enthralled with her single Live for the moment in 2020 and an EP titled What I Do, is set to release a debut album this year. The album comprises 17 hot tracks, including Wafhano, Stronger, The struggle, A songo tuwa, Watch me dance, and Mufunwa. Daloo Deey is also a guitarist of note. She feels that she has done her album justice regarding subject matter and the quality of the sound and lyrics. “I feel like this is my best work to date,” she said proudly. “I worked through this project during the lockdown period, which gave me time to reflect on many things, particularly my life journey and where I am going from here. I was able to pen that down and come up with a body

of work that best reflects my personal experiences as a young woman in South Africa. I want to believe that this album aptly showcases my abilities as a musician.” The album was recorded and produced at Mulata Branded Records. “Working with my team, we were able to connect with different nationally acclaimed musicians who also made a valuable contribution towards this project,” she said. “It is such a blessing to have a co-sign of artists like Emtee and Reason on my debut album. It gives me hope that maybe there is a better tomorrow for me in this industry.” She said that what her fans could expect from this project was not a particular sound but a blend of different genres. “The songs are in Tshivenda, isiZulu, English and some sprinkle of Spanish, just to spice thing up a bit,” she said. “My aim is to take my fans through my life journey, and I hope my stories resonate with theirs.” Born Phathutshedzo Lebusha, Daloo Deey resides at Lwamondo (Khumbe) but is currently based in Johannesburg. “I discovered that I could really sing when I was only 10 years old, performing in a church choir,” she said. “The turning point was when I bought myself a guitar early in 2019 and started learning how to play through YouTube lessons. I started composing my own songs later on. For me, music embodies feelings and emotions, and it connects people. It can heal and provide strength.”

Daloo Deey has a sensational and soulful voice that just cannot be matched. She was discovered by Mulata Branded Lifestyle, an independent South African record label. Under this mentorship, Daloo Deey has been able to share the stage with the likes of Msaki, Zahara and Berita. Music lovers can follow the link below to presave the album: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/daloodeey/ daloo-deey. Daloo Deey is available on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Tik Tok. She can be contacted on Tel 066 584 4576 or emailed at Mulatabrandedlifestyle@gmail.com. Daloo Deey, the youn g music sensation. Picture supplied.

Begwa finds no time to be idle Entertainment Where did you get the energy and time to release 18 songs at once? This is the question music lovers usually ask prolific local composer, producer, and sound engineer Ananius Ani B Begwa. This comes after he had released his third multiple-track reggae album two weeks ago. The album, titled Mitsivhulo ya mitsigo, has been received with much acclaim by music lovers who continue to worship Begwa for his creativity and musical wisdom. Begwa, who hails from the dusty Maraxwe village outside Thohoyandou, says he does his musical work as if there will be no tomorrow. “Life is fragile and very short. I don’t know what happens tomorrow. The time that I have today is the only thing I appreciate because the future has no guarantee. That is why I make sure that I live in the present because it is the only time that I can use to fulfil my desire in this world.” He says the 18 tracks are a true reflection of what life is all about. “Life experiences

and what I see every day inspire me to compose songs that talk to what people come across in their daily lives. I give myself time to observe what is happening around me, so that I can teach my fellow human beings about life. There is nothing more fulfilling than helping people with advice that will help them to change their lives. As a musician, I can easily do this through music.” Begwa says as a person who is always busy, he makes sure that he manages his time effectively. “I spend most of my time in studio recording various artists, but I make sure that I use the little time I get as profitably as possible. You will never get time in your life, but you have to make time, so that you can fulfil what you have set out for yourself in life.” Mitsivhulo ya mitsigo is already making waves in the music industry and receiving airtime on various radio stations, especially the track Muthu ha kolelwi. For music sales and bookings, Begwa can be contacted on 0722543083 (voice calls and WhatsApp). He is also available on Facebook (Ananius Begwa).

Ananius Ani B Bengwa has released an 18-track album titled Mitsivhulo ya mitsigo. Photo supplied.

Beauty and richness of continent celebrated Phalaphala FM and Thobela FM concluded Africa Month with an exclusive African-music theme on the Devhula-Havhembe show on Saturday, 29 May. The radio show was hosted by veteran presenters Mpho “Jantiby” Nefale of Phalaphala FM and Max “Mr Mixer” Mojapelo of Thobela FM. The programme, produced by Ndivhuwo Pfuluwani, aired from 18:00 until 21:00. The programme catered for quality African music, which recalled a number of good memories. The joviality of the two presenters created an exceptionally successful programme and drew many listeners to tune in. Pfuluwani believes that the time is ripe for rural Africa to “take advantage of the sleeping giant that is the cultural economy, to solve socio-economic problems affecting our country”. According to her, this one-day event provided platforms for all African groups, including local ones, to showcase their craft while integrating diverse cultures. He expressed his excitement and said he was very impressed with the quality of African music. “We call upon all Africans to have peace and love among themselves in our country.” He said Africans must not undermine themselves as their practices were morally acceptable and educational. He said that Africans must not forget to celebrate these days. The SABC Limpopo Combo marketing manager, Ms Rudzani Mashamba, said the management of the two stations was thankful for the partnership they had received from stakeholders. “We had such a peaceful and fruitful programme,” Mashamba said. “We want to thank all the listeners who supported the programme. The show would not have been possible if it were not for the listeners who knew that it was possible to celebrate the beauty and richness of our continent through music.” She added that the show had proved once again how much the listeners loved African music. The programme formed part of the government’s Africa Month celebrations under the theme “0% Racism and 0% Xenophobia in our lifetime.” Mashamba encouraged all community members to join hands against this “evil practice”. “Our place as a whole, our political leaders and partners, our religious leaders, the leaders of our civic movements, all progressive community leaders and the majority of South Africans must join hands in condemning, in the strongest terms, acts of xenophobia and the abuse of human rights.”

Hildah Mudau releases her fourth album Afro-pop singer,Hildah Mudau has released her fourth album. Photo supplied.

By Kaizer Nengovhela Afro-Pop vocalist Hildah Mudau from Mandiwana has done it once again. She has just released her fourth album, called Nyavhumbwa wa dakaila wa kanda vho vhumbaho, proving that her star is far from fading. Her latest offering comes less than two years after the release of her third album, and it is already receiving rave reviews from the music critics. Even though it has not received a lot of airplay from local radio stations yet, Mudau is taking it directly to the people – and they love it! “I grew up listening to the likes of Mercy Rambevha and Dzudzanyani Netshisumbuwa, who have been my role models and have inspired me a lot. They made music to soothe the soul, and this grew on me. I told myself that I would one day make the same type of music. I

am really determined to take it to another level, no matter the odds,” she said. The new offering boasts five powerful tracks, including Mbombe yavho, Ndidzhiwa ngainwi, and Khosi a vhananga. She thanked her parents and relatives, who supported her throughout her journey. She said that, as much as she enjoyed dishing out her good music, she was worried about the fake music industry that was rapidly mushrooming in Limpopo, and music pirates (the Ama Ten Ten) who were robbing the music industry. When asked how the new release was performing on the market, Mudau was quick to mention that the album was likely to sell far better than her last one. She said that she would be performing at weddings, memorials, and other social gatherings in the coming weeks in a bid to promote this new release.

From left to right are Max Mojapelo, Ndivhuwo Pfuluwani and Mpho “Jantiby” Nefale from Phalaphala FM and Thobela FM. Photo supplied.

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Vleifontein’s own “snake catcher” wants to preserve these reptiles He also applied for his Catch Anyone who needs assisand Release permit from the tance with snakes or wants to The hostility between huDepartment of Nature Conknow more about snakes can mans and snakes dates back servation. contact Ncube at Tel 067 798 thousands of years, as far as Ncube gives back to his 9761, or email him to senzanbiblical times when Adam community by educating the gakhonadenzel@gmail.com. and Eve’s perfect live in the local people on the danLook him up on his Facebook Garden of Eden was sudden- gers as well as the beauty of pages (Rescue Master DEE ly turned upside down, no snakes and what to do when or Senzangakhona Denzel thanks to the snake. confronted with them. He said Ncube). In African cultures, snakes he would really like to build a are generally associated with snake park one witchcraft – a fact that does day, where peonot improve the already ple could have a frayed relationship between good look at the our two species. However, many different within a certain African com- types of snakes. munity in Vleifontein lives a “I am determan who regards himself as mined to make the exception to this cultural it in this field belief. In fact, Denzel Ncube’s which has, until fondness for these slithering more recent reptiles is no secret. years, been He was found playing with regarded as a a big snake at the back of his white domain,” parents’ home in Protea Glen Ncube said. “I when he was only two years will climb the old, and since then his love for ladder of my snakes and other animals has success without grown into a passion, which losing enthusiNcube is eager to turn into asm. Though it a full-fledged career very soon. may be hard, I He has successfully comwill get there no pleted the African Reptiles matter what.” and Venom courses in He makes advanced Snake Handling, as an appeal to well as Snake ID, Snakebite communities to Treatment and Venomous not kill snakes Snake Handling through when they enFGASA (Field Guides Assocounter them as ciation of Southern Africa). snakes are there This, under the mentorship of to protect the Denzel Ncube from Vleifontein catches a Mike Perry from FGASA, has biodiversity and snake. Photo supplied. opened new doors for him. ecosystem. By Maanda Bele

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Employees from Game in Louis Trichardt went on a three-day strike last week in protest of Massmart’s restructuring plans. Photo: Bernard Chiguvare.

Game workers embark on three-day strike in protest against restructuring By Bernard Chiguvare Some 20 employees from the Game store in Louis Tri­ chardt went on a three-day strike last week, demanding salary increases and expressing their dissatisfaction over Massmart’s restructuring plans. Massmart Holdings is the company that owns local brands such as Game, Makro, Builder’s Warehouse and CBW. In February, the company issued a Section 189 notice, which is to affect about 100 employees at these stores. Employees complained about working conditions, retrenchments, reduced working hours, demotion of workers and “mapping” (reassigning people according to their qualifica-

tions). The protesters, affiliated to SACCAWU (South African Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers Union), sang, and blew on vuvuzelas, waving placards reading “Massmart stop job losses”, “Justice delayed is justice denied” and “Massmart stop the robot”, while only a few workers remained in the shop to serve customers. According to Massmart’s Corporate Reputation Manager, Ms Michelle Kemp, the strike was initiated by SACCAWU. “The industrial action arises from a dispute declared by SACCAWU, although the specific detail of the dispute is, in our opinion, relatively vague as it appears to relate to matters that have been under discussion with SACCAWU for a number of months and have,

in fact, been settled,” she told the online publication, Groundup, on enquiry. “Our main concern for the nature of this type of industrial action is that, in the context of the current economic environment, it has the potential to cause previously avoidable job losses.” A woman who claimed to represent the workers would not allow Limpopo Mirror to speak to any of the protesters. “You are disturbing us. We do not want the media here today. No worker should speak to the media,” she said. One of the SACCAWU members, however, referred Limpopo Mirror to the union’s regional coordinator, who promised to respond to this paper’s enquiry, but at the time of our going to press his response had still not been received.

Former radio presenter appointed as Collins Chabane spokesperson By Kaizer Nengovhela

Mathye said he had done and seen it all and, after running the race, he had poured himself out for the SABC completely – giving them everything he had to give. “The race has been run all the way to the finishing line.” He said he would miss the SABC, as it had become his first home, as well as his colleagues and the interaction and connection with listeners, who had so much become a part of his life.

Mr Robert Mathye, a former radio presenter and producer, was appointed as the new media liaison officer for the Collins Chabane Municipality. Mathye is from Duthuni. He matriculated from Ligege High and completed his teaching diploma at the Makhado College of Education. He worked as a teacher at Mamali Sikhwivhilu Primary for 11 years. He has always been passionate about sports, which prompted him to join Univen Radio in 2000 as sports presenter/ producer. His presenting skills did not go unnoticed and, as a result, he was afforded the opportunity to produce and present Phalaphala FM’s educational programmes. In 2006, he joined SABC radio’s Munghana Lonene FM to present their educational programmes, and in 2017 moved on to producing the sports show. He won different awards in his radio career, including the 2018 Limpopo Sports Journalist of The Year, from where he went all the way to represent the province at the National Awards Ceremony. He joined Collins Chabane Municipality as their media liaison officer on 24 May this year. Ms Rudzani Mashamba, marketing manager of SABC Limpopo, regards Mathye’s resignation as a loss to the SABC. She thanked Mathye for his hard work and contributions over the past years. “We would like to extend our gratitude to him for being a devoted employee throughout The new media liaison officer for the Collins his tenure at the SABC, wishing him the Chabane Municipality, Mr Robert Mathye. Photo very best with his future endeavours,” supplied. Mashamba said.


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A new house for Colbert Mukwevho rible blow due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Our music industry Legendary Tshivenda reggae is not reliable enough to survive artist, Colbert Mukwevho, such hard times. The house is and his family experienced a a lot like being honoured while joyous day when they received still alive.” a brand-new house, built and The chairperson of the donated by the Collen Masha- Collen Mashawana Foundawana Foundation and Afribiz tion, Mr Collen Mashawana, Invest. said they met the veteran artist at the beginning of 2021. Mukwevho was speechless Mukwevho told them about the with delight when the house challenges artists faced in their was handed to him on Saturdaily lives and the effect that day, 29 May. The 250m2, sixthe outbreak of the coronavirus room home in Dididi village, had had on them financially. near the Nandoni Dam, also The Collen Mashawana has a borehole and is equipped Foundation is a non-profit with electricity. organisation, started nine years “I’m short of words to express ago. Its main mission is to help, my appreciation. I started to among others, the disabled doubt whether life would ever and the poor, children-headed change for the better for me,” families, and elderly communiMukwevho said. “As many ty members. other artists, my career and “We get some sad stories income too have suffered a ter- about poor families without By Silas Nduvheni

roofs over their heads, living in old and dilapidated houses. Some are mud houses, which can cave in during heavy rains. We also empower some rural communities by creating job opportunities during the construction of the houses we build,” he said. However, while the foundation builds houses for the disadvantaged, they humbly ask for people’s prayers, for the foundation to grow and survive and to be able to continue helping and making a positive difference within poor communities. Vhamusanda Livhuwani Matsila, who also attended the handing-over ceremony, heartily applauded the Mashawana Foundation for taking a lead in helping the poor and less fortunate, and thereby restoring their dignity.

Colbert Mukwevho (third from left) cuts the ribbon, while Vhamusanda Livhuwani Matsila (on the left), Ms Pongo Pule (Afribiz Invest), Collen Mashawana (chairperson of the Collen Mashawana Foundation) and Vhamusanda Mmbubane watch. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

SANRAL offers bursary, scholarship previously required a 70% overall aggregate to be eligible for The South African National consideration, they now require Road Agency (SANRAL) 60% with a view to improving launched its bursary and their aggregate to 70%. scholarship programme The scholarships will with applications opening to cover school fees, books and learners across the country prescribed stationery, winter on 1 June. and summer uniforms, hostel accommodation (where appliSANRAL’s scholarship cable) and extra tuition classes programme was historically in support of improved grades. developed to give financial supThe bursary programme, port to learners from Grades 10 which formerly focussed purely to 12, ideally those who excel in on funding engineering studies, mathematics and science. This is now within reach of students year, scholarships are available pursuing an array of tertiary to all high school learners (from qualifications at public univerGrade 8 to Grade 12), irrespec- sities across the country. In a tive of their subject choices. holistic business environment, Furthermore, where learners the auxiliary line functions that Education

Colbert Mukwevho in front of his spacious new house, donated by the Collen Mashawana Foundation.

support SANRAL’s engineering function are as crucial and, as such, funding will be available to full-time students studying law, public administration, finance, and human resources, among other fields. Matriculants will need a 70% overall pass, while existing students will require 60% to be eligible for a SANRAL bursary. The bursaries will cover tuition and registration, books and equipment, compulsory excursions and seminars, accommodation and meals and a living allowance Applications are available from the SANRAL website at https://www.nra.co.za until 30 September this year.

ploughs back into communities kits, balls, water tanks, one shack, and a washing machine to disadvantaged institutions around the province last month. Furnmart Furniture will continue to plough back into differThe handover was attended by different structures in the ent community projects. They donated food parcels, soccer community, with two non-profit organisations also benefiting from the donation. Furnmart Furniture Thohoyandou donated food parcels to Mr Titus Sebola, Furnmart Makuya-Domboni. Furniture’s regional manager in Far North 1, said that as a company they were doing all they could to make life better for all their clients. “We have Advertorial by Kaizer Nengovhela

several running projects to ensure that our people do not sleep hungry.” The donations are in line with the company’s vision, that those who have must help those in need. Ms Ester Mukhithi, one of the recipients, expressed her sincere gratitude. “We thank Furnmart for their kind gesture and we hope they will continue assisting the deprived communities,” she said. She applauded Furnmart for their donation and said the computers would help the school and learners a lot. She appealed to other companies to follow the giant step taken by Furnmart to plough something significant back into the community.

A washing machine and food parcels were donated to the Giyani Lwandlanane Day Care Centre by Furnmart Furniture Giyani .

ozwi also The Fhatatlushaka Crèche at Tshi from tank r wate Jojo e -litr 000 5 a received t. hard Tric Furnmart Furniture Louis

Xikatsa Primary school received a 5 000-litre Jojo water tank from Furnmart Furniture Malamulele.

Furnmart Furniture Bochum donated a new sign board to the Hohodi Shining Stars Day Care Centre.

Furnmart Furniture Saselamani donated a one-room structure and three mattresses to a poor family of five Saselamani.

These soccer players received new soccer kit from Furnmart Furniture Elim for their soccer tournament at Bungeni.

Mr Titus Sebola, Furnmart Furniture’s regional manager for Far North 1.


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015 516 3981 LEGALS ADVOCATE VLN DAVHANA NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All persons having claims against the undermen�oned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days from date of publica�on hereof. Estate number: 1166/2021 Surname: MANENZHE, Names: MBAVHALELO Date of birth: 1980/06/29, ID. No.: 800629 5395 080 Last address: House No: 68, Joao Albasini Street, Makhado (L�) Date of death: 2021/04/22 Master’s Office: THOHOYANDOU Name and address of Executor or Authorised Agent: ADVOCATE VLN DAVHANA, VLN Davhana Advocates Chambers, 30 Jeppe Street, Makhado (L�), 0920 Tel/Cell: 084 821 2267 E-mail: vlndavhana@gmail. com Ref: VAC/EST1166/2021

BALOYI RIKHOTSO ATTORNEYS. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All persons having claims against the undermen�oned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days from date of publica�on hereof. Estate number: 1022/2021, Surname: MAKHUBELE Names: TSHIKANI MARTIN, Date of birth: 1965/12/25 Id No: 651225 6602 085 Last address: House no. 1431, Sec�on E, Giyani Township, Limpopo Province Date of death: 2021/04/13 Master’s Office: Thohoyandou Signed at Thohoyandou on 24th day of May 2021 Name and Address of Executor or Authorised agent: BALOYI RIKHOTSO ATTORNEYS, Erf 851 Sec�on E, Giyani Township Tel: 015 812 1050 Email: makasanialdrin rikhotso@gmail.com Ref: Est 1022/2021

FLORENCE T MANENZHE MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BYLAW 2016 Nne Florence Thanyani

Manenzhe, mune wa tshitensi tsha Nomboro ya F1010 muvhunduni wa Khuduwa Pfumembe ndo ita khumbelo ya khethekanyo ya Sec�on 93 ya Makhado Municipality Spa�al Planning, Land Development and Land use management, BY-Law 2016, vhaleaho khathihi na mulayo wa Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act 2013 (Act 16 of 2013), Ndo ita khumbelo ya thendelo yau shumisa �ethu a�a kha Small free-standing and local convenience centre kha mavu enda newa nga Vhamusanda kha ndaka yo bulwaho a�o ntha uya nga tshipida tsha 75 of Makhado Municipality Spa�al Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management By-Law, 2016. Zwidodombedzwa zwa muhumbeli zwido lindelwa u tolwa nga tshifhinga tsho �waho tsha mushumo nga Office ya Mulanguli Muhulwane wa Mveledziso na vhupulani ha mavu : Civic Centre, Cnr Krogh & Erasmus Streets, Makhado Municipality, Lwa maduvha a fumbili malo (28) ubva duvha la ndivhadzo 21 Shundunthule 2021 uswika 18 Fulwi 2021 ine yavha duvha la uvala la mbilaelo kana vha tshi toda upfesesa. Vhana mbilelo kana vhatshi khou toda u pfesesa malugana na khumbelo yo bulwaho a�o ntha, vhanga nwalela Mulanguli wa Masipala na zwidodombedzwa zwavho kha diresi iyi : Municipal Manager, Makhado Municipality, Private Bag X2596, MAKHADO. 0920 husa athu �ela maduvha a fumbili malo (28 days) ubva duvha la ndivhadzo. Adiresi ya muhumbeli : Florence Thanyani Manenzhe, 0175G, Tshituni tsha Fhasi, P O Box 3181, Dzanani Cell: 083 310 2049 Email: florence@kmtransport.co.za

JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS NOTICE TO CREDITOR / DEBTOR IN THE DECEASED ESTATE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT NO 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the first and final account in the Estate the Late: MAKGOKA THIVHAKONI DAVID ID Number: 631004 5540 082 Estate No: 130 / 2020, shall lie for inspec�on at the master of the Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou for a period of 30 (thirty) days calculated from the date of this publica�on Dated at Thohoyandou the 31st day of May 2021 JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS, Executrix Agents, Ma�dza Complex, Office no 37, Behind Shoprite, PO Box 2339, Thohoyandou, 0950 Ref: MAKGOKA D /THO/ EST//007 / 2021

JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS NOTICE TO CREDITOR / DEBTOR IN THE DECEASED ESTATE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF

ESTATES ACT NO 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the first and final account in the Estate the Late: MAKGOKA ELIZABETH ID Number: 600508 0282 083 Estate No: 699 / 2021, shall lie for inspec�on at the master of the Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou for a period of 30 (thirty) days calculated from the date of this publica�on Dated at Thohoyandou the 31st day of May 2021 JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS, Executrix Agents, Ma�dza Complex, Office no 37, Behind Shoprite, PO Box 2339, Thohoyandou, 0950 Ref: MAKGOKA E /THO/ EST//008 / 2021

JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS NOTICE TO CREDITOR / DEBTOR IN THE DECEASED ESTATE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT NO 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the first and final account in the Estate the Late: CHARANE SOBOKO NDITSHENI LUCAS ID Number: 671111 5711 083 Estate No: 531 / 2021, shall lie for inspec�on at the master of the Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou for a period of 30 (thirty) days calculated from the date of this publica�on Dated at Thohoyandou the 31st day of May 2021 JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS, Executrix Agents, Ma�dza Complex, Office no 37, Behind Shoprite, PO Box 2339, Thohoyandou, 0950 Ref: CHARANE /THO/ EST//009 / 2021

JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS NOTICE TO CREDITOR / DEBTOR IN THE DECEASED ESTATE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT NO 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the first and final account in the Estate the Late: NEPHAWE AZWIDINI COLBERT ID Number: 530615 6045 086 Estate No: 474 / 2021, shall lie for inspec�on at the master of the Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou for a period of 30 (thirty) days calculated from the date of this publica�on Dated at Thohoyandou the 31st day of May 2021 JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS, Executrix Agents, Ma�dza Complex, Office no 37, Behind Shoprite, PO Box 2339, Thohoyandou, 0950 Ref: NEPHAWE /THO/ EST//006 / 2021

JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS NOTICE TO CREDITOR / DEBTOR IN THE DECEASED ESTATE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT NO 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the first and final account in the Estate the Late: BOPAPE MPHIDI BERNARD ID Number: 630413 5902

088 Estate No: 385 / 2021, shall lie for inspec�on at the master of the Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou for a period of 30 (thirty) days calculated from the date of this publica�on Dated at Thohoyandou the 31st day of May 2021 JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS, Executrix Agents, Office No G214, 2nd Floor, Old Mutual Building, Thohoyandou, 0950 PO Box 11, Hamakuya, 0973 Ref: BOPAPE /THO/ EST//003 / 2021

JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late: MULAUDZI MUOFHE ELVIS ID Number: 550317 5844 081 Estate No: 1995 / 2020 Last Address: Thohoyandou Block G, House No 421 Date of Death: 2019/09/01 Kindly take No�ce that all Creditors and Debtor having a claim against the abovemen�oned estate must lodge it with the executors concerned within 30 days from date of publica�on thereof. Dated at Thohoyandou the 31st day of May 2021 JAG LEGAL CONSULTANTS, Executrix Agents, Ma�dza Complex, Office no 37, Behind Shoprite, PO Box 2339, Thohoyandou, 0950 Ref: MULAUDZI E /THO/ EST//005 / 2021

LIGEGE AND ASSOCIATES INC. NOTICE IN TERMS SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the late MULAUDZI MATODZI CONSTANCE of ID No.760103 1105 081 of Vuwani, Limpopo Province, who died on the 08-022021, Ref No.626/2021, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspec�on for a period of 21 days from date of publica�on at the Master’s offices. Should no objec�on be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 26th day of May 2021 LIGEGE AND ASSOCIATES P.O Box, 1381 Phangami 0950. TEL: 015 962 0509, EMAIL: info@ligegeand associatesinc.co.za Ref: Est 626/2021

LIGEGE AND ASSOCIATES INC. NOTICE IN TERMS SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the late RATSHIKHOPHA THINAWANGA GODWIN of ID No.460823 5548 084 of Shayandima, Limpopo Province, who died on the 29-12-2021, Ref No.757/2021, Master’s Office: Thohoyan-

dou will be open for inspec�on for a period of 21 days from date of publica�on at the Master’s offices. Should no objec�on be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 26th day of May 2021 LIGEGE AND ASSOCIATES P.O Box, 1381 Phangami 0950. TEL: 015 962 0509, EMAIL: info@ligegeand associatesinc.co.za Ref: Est 757/2021

MADZHIGA ATTORNEYS INC NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late NELUONDE NNDANGANENI GODFREY, I.D no: 581115 5201 085 of NGWENANI HA-MAPHOLI, who died on the 2021-01-18 Estate number: 1203/2021 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publica�on hereof. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 19th day of May 2021. MADZHIGA ATTORNEYS INC., Office No. 02, 3rd Floor, Bindulavhathu Building, Thohoyandou FAX: 086510 4064 TEL: 015 969 1314 REF: TJ/EST/134/2021

MATHOBO, RAMBAU & SIGOGO ATTORNEYS. IN THE REGIONAL COURT FOR THE REGIONAL DIVISION OF LIMPOPO HELD AT SIBASA CASE NO: LP/THO/ RC/03/2018 In the ma�er between: NEMUTANDANI MUTENDI REBECCA (Applicant) and NEMUTANDANI MATAKUVHONA ADWIN (Respondent) NOTICE OF SALE The under men�oned immovable property will be sold in Execu�on on the 18th day of JUNE 2021 at 11h00 at the premises of the immovable property to be sold. Right, Title And Interest In And To: (1) Immovable: Residen�al Site, Erf 4366 Makwarela Ext.3, Limpopo Province. (2) Movables: See Annexure A” Improvements: The dwelling/ house comprises of double Garage, a secured front Veranda, Si�ng / dining room, unfi�ed Kitchen, unfi�ed pantry, unfi�ed toilet room, common bathroom and 3 (three) bedrooms, the main bedroom has built-in cupboards plus dressing area and an ensuite bathroom. Condi�ons of sale are open for inspec�on at the Sheriff of the High Court Offices, Limdev Building, Office No. 55B, Thohoyandou, 0950. MAIN TERMS OF SALE 1. 10% cash deposit on date of sale, to be paid directly to the Sheriff (T.G. Raliphaswa). 2. Balance of purchase

price to be secured by a Bank or Building Society Guarantee within 30 days of the date of sale. 3. Occupa�on of the property may be taken on the date of transfer. 4. The Sheriff ’s auc�oneer’s charges are payable by the purchaser on date of sale. DATED AT THOHOYANDOU on the 19th day of MAY 2021 ANNEXURE A LIST OF MOVABLES 1x Silver Ford Ranger 1x White Ford Ranger 1x Washing Machine 1x Microwave 1x Ironing board 5x Chairs (white) 1x main Bedroom bed 1x Table in Kitchen 1x T.V Stand 1x Sandwhich maker Sofas 1x Heater 1x Stand Kitchen 8x Curtains All Blankets All Kitchen Utensils 1x Radio (Sonny) 1x Microwave 1x Stove Defy 1x Washing Machine (Sumsung) 1x DVD (Sonny) 10x Chairs (white) 3x Tables 1x 3pc Kitchen Un� 1x Dining stand 1x Coffee table Sofas 2x Cooking utensils stand 3x Beds 2x Black Chairs 2x Ironing board 2x Heater 2x iron 2x Chairs (blue & red) 1x Wardrobe 2x Bin (blue) 1x Samsung TV 1x Standalore coach 9x 4m Curtains 3x 25 Litre empty 1x Waffle maker 1x Toaster 1x Machine All Kitchen utensil 6x Duvet cover 5x Blankets 6x Duvets 1x Kist 1xDouble door Fridge Computer & Printer 1x King Bed Music Systems (Radio & Speaker) 1x Flat screen TV 1x Big TV stand 1x Dinning Unit Sofas Wardrobe Ke�les and Iron 1x 4 Plate stove Washing machine 1x Double beds Beddings, Blankets , Mats & Curtains 1x 54cm TV 1x Small TV 1x Kitchen Unit Chairs and Tables Ceiling Bords Toasters, Pots, Platers, dishes, Curtain and Containers. CONDITIONS OF SALE The sale shall be subject to the following condi�ons: 1. The property shall be sold by the sheriff of the HIGH COURT, Thohoyandou (T.G. Raliphaswa) to the highest bidder with a reserve price of : 1.1 Residen�al Site Of The Par�es, Erf 4366 Makwarela Ext.3, Limpopo Province - R760 000.00 (Seven Hundred and Sixty Thousand Rand) 2. The sale shall be for rand, and no bid of less than one rand shall be accepted. 3. If any dispute arises about any bid the property may be again put up to auc�on.

4. If the auc�oneer makes any mistake in selling, such mistake shall not be binding on any of the par�es but may be rec�fied. If the auc�oneer suspects that a bidder is unable to pay either the deposit referred to in condi�on 6 or the balance of the purchase price he may refuse to accept the bid of such bidder, or accept it provisionally un�l the bidder shall have sa�sfied him that he is in a posi�on to pay both such amounts. On the refusal of a bid under such circumstances, the property may immediately be again put up to auc�on. 5. The purchaser shall, as soon as possible a�er the sale, and immediately on being requested by the liquidator, sign these condi�ons, and if he has bought qua qualitate, state the name of his principal. 6(a) The purchaser shall pay a deposit of (10%) ten per cent of the purchase price in cash on the date of sale. 6(b) If the property is not registered within two (2) month a�er the sale, the purchaser shall be liable for payment of interest to the liquidator at the rate of 10,25 per cent per annum on the respec�ve amounts of the award ,to the liquidator in the plan to distribu�on as from the expira�on of two months a�er the sale to date of transfer. The balance against transfer to be secured by a bank or building society guarantee, to be approved by the liquidator and to be furnished to the sheriff within thirty days a�er date of sale. 7. If the purchaser fails to carry out any of his obliga�ons under the condi�ons of sale, the sale may be cancelled by a judge summarily on the report of the Deputy Sheriff or the liquidator a�er due no�ce to the purchaser, and the property may again be put up for sale; and the purchaser shall be responsible for any loss sustained by reason of his default, which loss may, on the applica�on of any aggrieved creditor whose name appears on the Deputy Sheriff, a�er such purchaser shall have received no�ce in wri�ng that such report will be laid before the judge for such purpose; and if he is already in possession of the property, the Deputy Sheriff may, on seven days no�ce , apply to a judge for an order ejec�ng him or any person claiming to hold under him there from. 8. The purchaser shall pay auc�oneer’s charges on the day of sale and in addi�on, transfer du�es (if any), costs of transfer, and arrear, and arrear rates, taxes and other charges necessary to effect transfer, upon request by the liquidator. 9. The property may be taken possession of immediately a�er the transfer. 10. The purchaser may obtain transfer forthwith if he pays the whole price and complies with condi�ons 8, in which case any claim for interest shall lapse, otherwise transfer shall be passed only a�er the purchaser has complied with the provisions of condi�ons 6 and 8 hereof. 11. The Deputy Sheriff may demand that any buildings standing on the property

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sold shall be immediately insured by the purchaser for the full value of the same, and the insurance policy handed to him and kept in forces as long as the whole price has not been paid; and if he does not do so, the Deputy Sheriff may effect the insurance at the purchaser’s expense. 12. The property is sold as represented by the Title Deeds and diagram, the Deputy Sheriff not holding himself liable for any deficiency that may be found to exist and renouncing all excess. The property is also sold subject to all servitude and condi�ons specified in the Deed of Transfer. 13. The Purchaser shall be en�tled to appoint an a�orney to a�end to transfer. MATHOBO, RAMBAU & SIGOGO INC. Stand no 28 P East, , Mphephu Drive, Opposite SARS Offices (Next to JJ Motors) Thohoyandou PO Box 775 Sibasa ,0970 Tel: 015 962 0712 FAX: (015) 962 4462 CELL: 072 6158 077 083 6412 740 REF: HCL3127/TR/stv

MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The estate of the late NDLEVE TINYIKO ENDMAN Iden�ty no: 610331 5305 082 who resided at Olifantshoek, Limpopo Province, who died on the 17 January 2021. Estate Number: 234/2021 at the master of the High Court. The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the above estate will lie for inspec�on at the office of the Master of the High Court of South Africa (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the Magistrate for the District of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publica�on hereof. MUDAU AND NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS INC, Office 04 Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, Post Office Street, P.O. Box 917 Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274 Ref: MN/Est.04/2021

MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The estate of the late BALOYI RISIMATI ALBERT Iden�ty No: 361205 5156 086 who resided at Mavambe Village, who died on the 10 February 2021. Estate Number: 821/2021 at the master of the High Court. The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the above estate will lie for inspec�on at the office of the Master of the High Court of South Africa (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the Magistrate for the District of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publica�on hereof. MUDAU AND NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS INC, Office 04 Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, Post Office Street, P.O. Box 917 Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274 Ref: MN/Est.07/2021 (Continues on p13)


LIMPOPO MIRROR MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The estate of the late KHOZA THOMAS Iden�ty No: 551227 5474 087 who resided at Ha-Muila Village, who died on the 24 October 2020. Estate Number: 2004/2020 at the master of the High Court. The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the above estate will lie for inspec�on at the office of the Master of the High Court of South Africa (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the Magistrate for the District of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publica�on hereof. MUDAU AND NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS INC, Office 04 Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, Post Office Street, P.O. Box 917 Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274 Ref: MN/Est.17/2021

MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The estate of the late NELUFULE TSHINYADZO EDWARD Iden�ty no: 670425 5841 083 who resided at Tshaulu (Gaba) Village, who died on the 31 December 2020. Estate Number: 157/2021 at the master of the High Court. The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the above estate will lie for inspec�on at the office of the Master of the High Court of South Africa (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the Magistrate for the District of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publica�on hereof. MUDAU AND NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS INC, Office 04 Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, Post Office Street, P.O. Box 917 Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274 Ref: MN/Est.02/2021

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NETSHILEMA ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 ESTATE OF THE LATE MUKANDI NYEDISANI PETRUS ESTATE NO: 000648/2021 ID NO: 370303 5425 087. Date of death 2021/01/13 Last address: Tshavhani Stand 388, Makhado. No�ce is hereby given that copies of the Liquida�on and Distribu�on Accounts in the estate above will be open for inspec�on of all persons with interest therein for a period of 21 days from the date specified or from the date of publica�on hereof and at the Thohoyandou Masters of the High Court. Should no objec�on thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. NETSHILEMA ATTORNEYS INC, 150 Tshedza Street, Block A, Sibasa, Opposite Sibasa Circuit Office. PO Box 1440, Sibasa, 0970. Tel: 015 963 5062 Email: admin@netshilema a�orneys.co.za Ref: Est Mukandi

SIGWAVHULIMU ATTORNEYS. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All person having claims against the under men�oned Estate must lodge their claims with the Executor concerned within 30 days (for as indicated from date of publica�on hereof) ESTATE NO: 1172/2021 Masters Office: Thohoyandou Surname: LUGISANI Chris�ans Names: TSHISINA WINSTON Date of Birth: 1949-04-09 ID NO: 490409 5210 083 Last Address: No: 2389 Shayandima, Next To Netshidza� Homestead, Thohoyandou District, Limpopo Province. Date Of Death: 18th April 2021 Name and address of Executor or authorized agent: PJ NETSHIDZATI, SIGWAVHULIMU ATTORNEYS, Office No.06, 08 & 09 First Floor, Block D, NPDC, Limdev Building, Thohoyandou P.O Box 747, Sibasa, 0970 Tel/Fax (015) 962 1097 Fax-Email: 0864654693 Ref: 1172/2021

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LOST OR DESTROYED DEED No�ce is hereby given in terms of regula�on 68 of the Deeds Registries Act, 1937, of the inten�on to apply for the issue of a cer�fied copy of DEED OF TRANSFER T17280/1983 passed by MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY in respect of certain ERF 3078, LOUIS TRICHARDT Township Extension 9 Registra�on

Division LS, Province of Limpopo which has been lost or destroyed. All interested persons having objec�on to the issue of such copy are hereby required to lodge the same in wri�ng with the Registrar of Deeds Limpopo at POLOKWANE within two weeks a�er the date of the publica�on of this no�ce. Dated at Louis Trichardt this 28th day of May 2021 MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY c/o VAN HEERDEN & RUDOLPH INCORPORATED 24, Devenish Street, Louis Trichardt, 0920 Tel:015 516 0164 Email: barwil@mweb.co.za Ref: Dr. Rudolph/ Lure�e/26778

on 2011/05/13, residing at Matswale phase 2 house no 2801, to contact Social Worker: Thiba R at 065 545 0783 during office hours (07h30— 16h30). To our knowledge the reported family of the children is Kome Tshamano Florah of Matswale phase 2 house no 2801.

LEGAL NOTICE In terms of Regula�on 56 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as Amended, you are hereby kindly requested to publish the following details in your publica�on: The Department of Social development Vhembe District Office, is requesting anyone with informa�on with regards to the family of the following children: Lithulatsipi Glen Tshimangadzo born on 2017-08-08 and Lithulatshipi Koketso Junior born

LEGAL NOTICE In terms of Regula�on 56 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as Amended, you are hereby kindly requested to publish the following details in your publica�on: The Department of Social development Vhembe District Office, is reques�ng anyone with informa�on with regards to the family of the following children: Munyai Mpho born on 2004-1211, Munyai Khuliso born on 2016-04-26, Munyai Ompha Johnele born on 2004-03-01 currently residing at Matswale 3237 to contact Social Worker Thiba R at 065 545 0783 during office hours (07h30—16h30). To our knowledge the reported family of the children is Khorombi Musundwa Sarah of Matswale village.

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Four arrested and fined for selling counterfeit goods in Musina By Bernard Chiguvare Four foreign shop owners who sold counterfeit goods in Musina’s central business district were arrested on Friday, 21 May. The Hawks received a tipoff and, joined by Polokwane’s Tactical Response Team, Musina’s Visible Police and Customs at Beitbridge, raided the shops. An assortment of suspected counterfeit sneakers of different brands, to the value of more than R250 000, was seized. The suspects are all males. Abdul Umer, Sultan Girbo, Abrahim Asan and Abdul Karim, whose nationalities are still to be determined, appeared in the Musina Magistrate’s Court on Monday, 24 May. Their case was postponed to 25 May for sentencing and the court ordered all seized goods to be forfeited to the State. Umer and Girbo were each sentenced to a R10 000 fine or 12 months’ imprison-

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had made such arrests before. Musina’s strategic position makes it prone to smuggled goods. According to Maluleke, smugglers make Musina and the surrounding areas their first stop when goods are smuggled through Beitbridge Border Post.

The Hawks arrested foreign shop owners dealing in suspected counterfeit goods in Musina on Sunday, 23 May. Photo supplied.

MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY FINAL DRAFT 2020/21-2022 INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP) PROCESS Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 25(4) of the Municipal Systems Act, 2000 Act 32 of 2000 that the Final IDP 2020/21-2022 copies or extracts will be available for Public inspection from 04 June 2021 to 23 June 2021 during normal office hours at the following places: • Musina Civic Centre • Nancefield Civic Centre • Extension 5, 6 & 7 Municipal satellite offices • Madimbo Thusong Service Centre • Malale Municipal Satellite Office • Domboni Civic Office • Mopane Satellite Office • Municipal website www.musina.gov.za The closing date for public inspection is 23 June 2021. Tel: 015 – 534 6100 Fax:086 517 0049 Municipal Manager Private Bag X611, Messina 0900 04 June 2021 N TSHIWANAMMBI Municipal Manager

NEWS Correspondents: Bernard Chiguvare Frank Mavhungu (Thohoyandou) Kaizer Nengovhela Ndivhuwo Musetha Silas Nduvheni Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

ment. Asan was sentenced to a R24 000 fine or five years’ imprisonment, while Karim was given a R5 000 fine or five years’ imprisonment. Half of these sentences were suspended for five years. The Hawks’ Captain Matimba Maluleke said that they

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION IN TERMS OF SECTION 24 OF THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT, 1998 (ACT 107 OF 1998) Notice is hereby given in terms of Regulations No. R326 published under sections 24(5) and 44 of the National Environment Management Act, 1998 (Act 107 of 1998) that Makhado Local Municipality is preparing an application for Environmental Authorisation to the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism for the proposed demarcation of 307 sites on the remainder of the farm Goedverwachting 19-LT in the Dovheni Village, Makhado Local Municipality, Limpopo Province. Project Name: THE PROPOSED DEMARCATION OF SITES ON THE REMAINDER OF THE FARM GOEDVERWACHTING 19-LT, MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. Listed Activity Applied for: GN R325; Activity 15 Property Description and Location: Dovheni Village Current Zoning of the Property: Agricultural Proposed Project: Demarcation of sites with residential units, church, crèche, community facility, business and public open space. Date of Notice: 03 June 2021 To be identified as an interested and/or affected party, (I&AP), please submit your name, contact information, interest in the matter and any comments in writing within 30 days of this notice. Queries regarding this matter should be referred to: Global Geo Enviro Specialists Participation Registration and Enquiries: 270 Malherbe Street, Capital Park Pretoria Danielle Potgieter 0084 potgieter.danielle@gmail.com / 082 563 9024

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NOTICE IN TERMS SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account lying for inspec�on In the Estate of the Late: MALULEKE TINYIKO SAMUEL ID no: 540716 5711 088 who died on the 02nd of June 2016 and resides at Erf 453 Malamulele Unit D and Erf No.553 Malamulele Unit C, Limpopo Province, and was married in community of property to Mathebula Mikateko Winnie, ID no. 840921 0325 080 and to Simangwe Basambilu Be�y, l.D no. 611210 0752 085. In terms of sec�on 35(5) of Act 66 of 1965 no�ce is hereby given that copies of the liquida�on and distribu�on accounts in the estate specified above will be open for the inspec�on of all persons with an interest therein for a period of 21 days from the date of publica�on hereof, at the Offices of the Master, Thohoyandou and the Magistrate, Thohoyandou. Should no objec�on thereto be lodged

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Spider Munyai beats Busakwe by TKO in ninth round of the next round. The referee opted to stop the fight as Busakwe was not able to continue. Tshifhiwa “Spider” Munyai of Makwarela beat Munyai approached the fight aggressively, his opponent, Khaya “Destroyer” Busakwe, throwing killer punches from all angles. That via a technical knock-out (TKO) in the ninth resulted in his opponent’s falling down in the round of their lightweight title fight on Friday fourth round. He survived the referee’s count night at the Sandton Convention Centre. and continued. Munyai was all over Busakwe from the start “My intention was to hurt Busakwe badly and the latter was lucky not to be knocked out and end his career, because he humiliated me earlier. The only time when Busakwe took the before our fight, calling me an amateur,” said fight to his opponent was in the fourth round, Munyai after the fight. “I’m satisfied with how I when he managed to push Munyai into a corner. performed.” The fight, which was scheduled over 12 He thanked his trainer, Mr Alan Toweel, for rounds, ended in the ninth round as Busakwe guiding him every time. “I’m very happy that did not respond to the bell signalling the start I’ve won, but my main goal is to go further into professional boxing, because I’m now ready. By Kaizer Nengovhela

Tshifhiwa “Spider “ Munyai displays his lightweight champion belt. Photo supplied.

Boxing is a good sport that stops young people from engaging in bad habits such as drugs and alcohol, because you will spend lots of time at the gym,” he said. His message to young people who want to join boxing is that it does not matter where you come from, as long as you can be a good boxer. “This boy will go places. He is dedicated to his trade, and I see a lot of potential in him. He is the next Mohammed Ali in the boxing industry,” said Toweel. He described Munyai as a dedicated and committed boxer who always attends training sessions and does well at the gym. “The man is very gifted and if he gets the necessary support, he has the potential to win any title,” he said.

Makhita Stars and Musina United in a draw By Kaizer Nengovhela Musina United and Makhitha Oscar Stars played to a goalless draw in the SAFA Vhembe MMK Administration Champ of Champs match played at the Louis Trichardt Show Grounds on Sunday. The score was not a true reflection of the match, as Stars had missed countless chances. United had their first taste of bad luck in the sixth minute, when Goodman Chirwa shot into the hands of the keeper, Faith Ratambo, from the penalty area. Stars initiated some promising moves from the centre of the pitch, but were denied several scoring opportunities by the solid United defence. The absence of Khakhu Tshilinga in the Stars line-up was evident from the onset as no one could win and distribute balls from the middle of the park to the goal poachers. United realised that finding the net would be difficult if they continued volleying from behind and then started to cool the ball down in the middle of the park. The second half started at a snail’s pace, with both teams struggling to penetrate each other’s defence. United pressed hard in their search for a goal. Stars gained momentum as the game

progressed. In the 66th minute, their lethal striker, Leavy Machaba, missed a fortune. He shot wide with the keeper, Thulani Ndou, well beaten. Machaba of Stars did not live up to the fans’ expectations and was tightly marked. United threatened to score in the 72nd minute, when Kabelo Mulaudzi forced his way through the defence before passing the ball to George Otusistse. His attempt missed the target

by a whisker. Moments later, Mulaudzi won the loose ball in the 35-metre area and unleashed a volley from just outside the penalty box. His attempt also missed the target by inches. Oscar Stars and United Artists qualified for the semi-finals, waiting for the Group C winner and the second-best loser from the three groups to join them.

Whisper Nemakumudya of United with the ball, with Shumani Sidina on guard. Photo: Kaizer Nengovhela.

Mixed fortunes for Bokisi Scientists in play-offs By Frank Mavhungu Bokisi Scientists had mixed fortunes in the two SAFA Vhembe Regional Football Association promotional playoff matches they had played at the Tshifulanani Stadium last Sunday. They suffered a 0-4 defeat at the hands of United Artists in their opening match. Scientists went back to the drawing board after the game and rectified their mistakes. Bokisi looked more determined in their second game against Muziafera Blue Eagles, whom they pipped 4-1 later in the afternoon. Although they did not have much time to rest after their first game against United Artists, Bokisi managed to keep Blue Eagles running for cover for the better part of the game. Bokisi came close to scoring eight minutes into the game. Their overlapping midfielder, Matimba Baloyi, caused an upset after receiving a pre-cooked pass from Butana Chuma just outside the box. Baloyi hesitated for far too long to

Life Maenetja of Scientists hooks the ball. Photo: Frank Mavhungu.

unleash, until he lost possession. Blue Eagles were the first to open their account. Hulani Mphephu scored their solitary goal with a ground cutter, following a scramble within the box. The goal seemed to have been an insult to the Scientists. They fought back via Chester Maluleke moments thereafter. Maluleke, who scored a hat trick in the game, threatened to score again two minutes later, but his half volley was denied by the woodwork. The score was 1-1 at half time.

Blue Eagles lost cohesion in the middle of the park as the game progressed. At that stage, Scientists were fast gaining momentum. They took the lead in the 68th minute. Calvin Baloyi blasted in a rocket, following a neat pass from Matimba Baloyi. Their third goal was scored by Chester Maluleke. He gave the ball a final touch after a mix-up within the box. Maluleke completed his hat-trick with a long-range, half volley four minutes before the final whistle blew.

Life Maenetja of Scientists (left) and Hulani Mphephu of Blue Eagles wrestle to win the loose ball. Photo: Frank Mavhungu.


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Will Mikhado spoil The Dolphins’ play-off dreams? registering him with the league early this season. Maluleke was The Dolphins FC may have in the Dolphins’ starting linefinished their ABC Motsepe ups in a number of games. League’s programme on The case was heard by the top of the log standings, but league’s disciplinary committee the possibility that they will on Monday evening. The outnot represent the Limpopo come of the disciplinary enquiProvince in the national ry was still to be communicated promotional playoffs exists. to the affected parties at the This after Mikhado FC filed a time of our going to press. complaint with the league last The Dolphins and Mikhado week. In their letter of comcompleted their league proplaint, Mikhado are alleging grammes with 34 points each, that one of the Dolphins’ but the Dolphins are on top of players, Raymond Maluleke, the log standings as they had was not properly registered scored more goals than Mikhawith the club. do. Should they be found guilty as charged, the league will dock Mikhado further allege the points for all the matches in that The Dolphins FC did not which Maluleke had featured. acquire the necessary transfer Speaking to Limpopo Mirror documents from Maluleke’s for- shortly before the discimer club, Ndengeza FC, before plinary committee’s meeting By Frank Mavhungu

on Monday, Mikhado’s team manager, Mr Prince Manenzhe, was optimistic that they had a watertight case. Should the disciplinary committee rule in their favour, Mikhado will represent the Limpopo Province in the promotional playoffs for the third time in a row. Ikwasha Fhedzi, as they are affectionately called, were the ambassadors for this province in the annual event staged in Cape Town two years ago. Mikhado were the laughingstock of the tournament after failing to score even a single goal in the three matches they had played. They failed to make the grade again in the same event that was staged in Johannesburg last year.

Four teams in Nema tournament As usual, four teams from around Vhembe District will All roads will lead to the take part in the one-day event. Makhuvha Stadium on Berea FC, Mulima Agri-Village Wednesday, 16 June, where FC, Dipeni FC and the hosts, the annual Nema Soccer SMSA FC, will battle for the Tournament will take place. championship this year. According to the spokesperson for the tournament, Mr Musiiwa Tshifaro, no entry fee is required to participate in the tournament, but the teams will be required to pay the match officials their traveling fees. The first semi-final match is scheduled to start at 10:00. SMSA FC and Mulima Agri-Village FC will be the first to enter the field of The tournament spokesperson, Mr Muplay. Dipeni FC siiwa Tshifaro. Photo supplied. and Berea FC By Frank Mavhungu

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will follow suit at midday. The winners in the semi-final stage will meet in the final later in the afternoon. Mr Tshifaro revealed that this year’s champions will take home cash of R3 000 and a soccer kit. The runners-up will receive a cash prize of R1 500 and two soccer balls. Teams that will be booted out of the tournament in the semi-final stage will go home with empty hands. Mr Tshifaro further revealed that the first edition of the tournament had been staged at the same venue five years ago. They could not stage the tournament last year because of the national lockdown. The managing director for SMSA FC, Mr Mboniseni Nemaangani, and his counterpart from Mulima Agri-Village FC, Mr Sedzani Matloga, are the main sponsors of the tournament.

Fhulufhelo Singo (left) of Rabali and Sammy Ndou fight for the ball. Photo: Kaizer Nengovhela.

Musina United beat Rabali 1-0 far-left corner after beating two defenders in a row and Musina United were too unleashed a powerful shot strong for Rabali Pull Tofrom the edge of the box. The gether when they beat them United keeper, Thulani Ndou, 1-0 in their Safa Vhembe braved the shot and pulled off MMK Administrators a brilliant save. Champ of Champs match Realizing that United were played at the Louis Trichardt playing good football, Rabali Show Grounds on Sunday. tried their luck by replacing United took the game to Mangalani Nephali with their opponents from the first Lutendo Magavha. United’s whistle, forcing the opposikeeper, Ndou, was reduced to tion’s defence to abandon their a mere spectator in the last positions and pack themselves 20 minutes of the first half. at the back. Rabali threatAt that stage, United were all ened to score in the fourth over Rabali. Although United minute. Their diminutive enjoyed more ball possession left-footed striker, Ndamulelo in the first half, their strikers Mungadi, went loose from the were not lucky enough to find By Kaizer Nengovhela

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Morning Stars teach Merwe a soccer lesson space of ten minutes thereafter, but their strikers fumbled Lacoste Morning Stars at the goal finish. Their continued to pave their centre forward, Phuluso way to the SAFA National Muthelo, caused an upset in Women’s Soccer League the 27th minute. Her closewhen they walloped Merwe range attempt missed the United Ladies 6-0 in their target by inches. Sasol Women’s League A scramble within the match played at the Shayan- Merwe danger area gave dima School grounds on birth to Stars’ second goal in Saturday. the 34th minute. Livhuwani Mukwevho tapped in the ball Realizing that their scoring to give Stars a 2-0 lead. Umchances were slim, Merwe phuluse Tshisevhe scored the played defensive football third to bring the half-time from the onset to the end. score to 3-0. The last stanza Morning Stars took only 10 was characterized by wasted minutes to realize that they scoring opportunities. had nothing to fear. They Merwe introduced three took the game to the visitors new faces in the last half. The from the Malamulele area effort was not good enough soon afterwards. to stop Morning Stars from Their efforts started to pay adding three more goals dividends in the 19th minute. to the scoresheet. They The home side was awarded increased the tally through a free kick in the 25-metre Phuluso Mothelo in the area. Thabelo Mbulaheni 65th minute. Umphuluse beat the keeper with a half Tshisevhe was on target again volley from the free kick. with a header. The sixth one Stars could have scored came via Phuluso Mothelo three more goals within a later in the game. By Frank Mavhungu

Joyful Sunday for United Artists with two victories in the last 15 minutes of the first half. He braved several shots to United Artists secured a place execute brilliant saves. United in the semi-final stage of the Artists took the lead in the 38th SAFA Vhembe Regional Footminute. Their sharpshooter, ball Association’s promotional Pfunzo Tshikotshi, headed home, playoffs, following their two following a free kick that was convincing victories at the Tshif- taken by Katekani Baloyi. The ulanani Stadium on Sunday. score was still 1-0 when the teams United Artists crushed adjourned for the half-time break. Muziafera Blue Eagles 3-0 in United Artists effected three their opening match. Their changes to their starting 11 early second match was against Bokisi in the last half. They replaced Scientists, whom they brutally Pfunzo Tshikotshi, Mulweli walloped 4-0 to secure a place in Tshilate and Israel Khangale with the semi-final stage. Isaac Makhuvha, Oscar Ntshauba Their 4-0 victory over Scientists and Phindulo Tshihume respecwas not a true reflection of the tively. They increased the lead game. Bokisi managed to match nine minutes into the last half. Artists pound for pound in all de- Ndamulelo Mathoni tried his luck partments, but the only thing they with a half volley from the 25-mecould not do was to break their tre area. The shot was too hot rock-solid wall of defence. for the Scientists’ keeper, Donald The referee, Mr Mulalo Mubva, Mangezi, to handle. flashed the first yellow card 13 Oscar Ntshauba, who scored a minutes into the game. Mbofbrace in the game, was on target holowo Masiagwala of Scientists in the 76th minute. He caught the tackled Ndamulelo Mathoni keeper napping with a free kick. roughly, prompting the referee to He completed his brace with a produce yellow. long-range half volley towards the Scientists’ keeper, Donald end of the game. Mangezi, was the busiest player By Frank Mavhungu

Mkateko Mongwe of Merwe prevents Nompilo Nkuna of Morning Stars (left) from reaching the ball. Photo: Frank Mavhungu.

Final hurdles wait this weekend for PSL teams maximum points at the expense of Cape Town This weekend marks the City on Wednesday, their end of the current DStv game against BloemfonPremiership League tein Cel­tic would be a programme. All matches mere formality as their will be played tomorrow defeat would have been afternoon starting at a confirmation of the 15:00. team’s relegation to the GladAfrica Championship Black Leopards did not Division. waste any time after their Lidoda duvha enhanced game against Cape Town their chances to partake City at the Cape Town in the relegation/promoStadium on Wednesday af- tion playoffs by beating ternoon; instead, they flew Kaizer Chiefs 2-1 at the back to Polokwane to start Thohoyandou Stadium with their preparations for last Wednesday, 26 May. their home match against Whether the Leopards’ Bloemfontein Celtic, with diminutive striker, Tiklas whom they will fight for Thutwa, will continue league points at the Thofrom where he left off in hoyandou Stadium. their game against Kaizer The result of their Chiefs remains to be seen. match against Cape Town Thutwa scored a brace in City on Wednesday was that game. Should he be in not available at the time the starting line-up tomorof our going to press. If row, Thutwa is expected to they failed to collect the form a good combination By Frank Mavhungu

with Tumelo Khutjang and Themba Ndlovu at the front. Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila will wrap up their league programme with an away match against Orlando Pirates at the Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg. Lamontville Golden Arrows will host Stellenbosch FC at the Princess Magogo Stadium in Durban. The other relegation candidates, Chippa United, are leaving no stone unturned in their preparations for their home match against Supersport United at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth. The other fixtures are: Moroka Swallows vs Baroka FC, Mamelodi Sundowns vs Cape Town City, TS Galaxy vs Kaizer Black Leopards’ striker, Tiklas Chiefs and Maritzburg Thutwa. Photo: Frank Mavhungu. United vs Amazulu.

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