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Residents in the quiet village of Dopeni were awakened by hysterical voices of people shouting that the two buses at the mini bus depot were on fire early last Friday morning. The bus that was burning was a double trailer of Great North Transport (GNT). Acording to the residents, the two buses were parked close to each other when the fire started on the double trailer. (See a full report of the incident on page 2).

Killed for her money? By Elmon Tshikhudo

Ms Mihloti Mabasa, who was found murdered in her room.

The family of a 28-year-old mother of two, who was found murdered in her hut at Jerome village in Malamulele last Thursday morning, say they believe she was killed for her money. Ms Jerminah Chauke, the elder sister of the deceased, Ms Mihloti Norah Mabasa, said her younger sister had more than R2 000 with her when she went to sleep. “She had money from her child grant; R500 was given to her by my mother to buy food, and she also had more than R1 000 she had won in playing cards,” said Jerminah. She said when her mother went to sleep, Mihloti was with one of her gambling mates, Mboniseni Xikweni. “Later that night, Mboniseni woke my mother up and said some people had come inside the house and shot and killed her,” said Jerminah. However, Jerminah said her sister did not have bullet wounds and appeared to have been attacked

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with another object. She said Mihloti was the pillar of the family as she used to help her mother, who is a reputable food vendor in Malamulele. Jerminah said Mihloti was a brave, strong woman and could not be overpowered easily. She said she believed she was probably attacked while asleep. “My mother, Mthavini, is suffering from asthma and high blood pressure and most of the time she relied on Mihloti to go and assist in her business,” said Jerminah. On Sunday, angry youths from Jerome Village toyi-toyied outside the Malamulele police station, demanding the arrest of the killers of Mihloti Mabasa. The youngsters from Jerome village, who had abandoned a community meeting discussing the murder, were brandishing stones and sticks. They later went back to the village on the main road from the Malamulele police station via Malamulele town. The main street in Malamulele was left strewn with trash and vehicles had to skew away to the pavement to avoid the items. Local civic chairperson Always

Baloyi said the community was still shocked by the incident. “We decided to have a meeting to discuss the incident and it was during the meeting that some youths left as they were angry. They believed that the police were reluctant to arrest certain suspects. We are going to address the youth, because whatever information we have about the case we must give it to the police and not allow disorder to reign in our community,” said Baloyi. Malamulele police spokesperson WO Alson Mapindani said some young people had gone to the police station to seek information regarding the progress in the case. “It was not a formal march and I understand they went there in a large number but later left,” said Mapindani. “I can confirm that the police are investigating a case of murder, after a 28-year-old woman was found dead in Jerome last Thursday. It appears that she was stabbed with an unknown object. So far, we have questioned some people. No one has been arrested yet,” said Mapindani.

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2 10 May 2013 By Isabel Venter

By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

GNT bus destroyed in Dopeni Village Residents in the quiet village of Dopeni were awakened by hysterical voices of people shouting that the two buses at the mini bus depot were on fire early last Friday morning. The bus that was burning was a double trailer of Great North Transport (GNT). According to the residents, the two buses were parked close to each other when the fire started on the double trailer. A young boy from one of the neighbouring houses said he heard a booming sound as he was sleeping. He wanted to go out out to investigate and thought that he had even heard footsteps. His mother, however, quickly warned him not to venture out,

since it might be dangerous to do so. The two bus drivers, a male and a female, were sleeping in the two rooms at the depot. The buses were parked right near the house. By the time the drivers came out, a large part of the first bus had already caught fire. The male driver fumbled for the keys and slipped into the second bus. After a struggle, he managed to start the engine and drove the bus out of the gate, away from the burning one. The other bus burnt out completely and only a skeletal structure remained. The spokesperson for the Siloam police, W/O Edzisani

Tharaga, confirmed the incident and said that investigations by the police were underway. “No arrests have been made at this stage,” Tharaga said. The spokesperson of GNT, Adv Kgabo Mapotse, said that the incident was under police investigation and would be treated as sub judice, until such time that police investigations were completed. The incident occurred at a time when the national bus strike is reaching its peak. While Satawu-affiliated bus drivers are on strike and most bus companies are hardly ferrying commuters to and from their destinations, GNT has noticeably been on the road.

We want justice for Nara Mashamaite Traffic was brought to a halt last Friday as hundreds of protesters, dressed in bright red and green, marched from the Makhado (Louis Trichardt) train station to the magistrate’s court to demand justice for the murdered Nara Mashamaite (47). The marchers, who consisted of Transnet officials and members of the local community, gathered at the spot where Mashamaite, a train driver for Transnet, was brutally murdered on 4 June last year. The train had stopped close to the Makhado train station, and Mashamaite got off with her assistant to check whether the train had any mechanical problems. Mashamaite was allegedly first raped before she was killed. Her assistant managed to flee. Eleven months after her mur-

der, the suspect arrested in connection with her death is still in custody and his case is proceeding at a snail’s pace. The slow progress in the case is what sparked the march. “We want these senseless killers convicted. Let them rot in jail – rot,” said Transnet’s chief executive officer, Brian Molefe. Molefe spoke to the marchers during a wreath-laying ceremony that was held on Friday (3rd) at the spot where Mashamaite was killed. The suspect, Jerry Shuma (22) from Zimbabwe, was initially arrested for housebreaking in October last year, but was later accused of murdering Mashamaite. He has been in custody ever since. Shuma has appeared in court numerous times, with his case

being postponed each time. This is apparently because the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) in Polokwane still has to decide whether the State will prosecute Shuma or not. According to information available, a DNA sample had already been taken from Shuma and, based on the outcome of this test, the DPP will decided whether the State has a strong case or not. Shuma briefly appeared in court shortly before the marchers arrived at the court house. A final postponement was granted by Magistrate Bennie Smith to hear the outcome of the DPP’s decision. Shuma will remain in custody until his next appearance on 7 June. Readers can log on to www. limpopomirror.co.za to watch a short video clip of the march.

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MEC Dickson Masemola shakes hands with the school principal, Matamela Nemukula, while the acting executive mayor, Cllr Lucas Manyuha, Mulele Mashudu (a donor from Vuledzani farming), Thovhele Vho-Ndaedzo Nelwamondo and Pieter Lordan, another donor from Vhavenda bricks, look on in front of the plaque that was unveiled during the official opening of the eight classes held at Mutshipisi Primary School last Friday at Lwamondo. See a full report elsewhere in the paper. Photo: Ndivhuwo Musetha.

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On Friday (3/5), two men appeared in the Musina Magistrate’s Court in connection with a case of armed robbery, which took place along Campbell Road. Victor Muluvhu (25) and Gabriel Hlupeka Ringane (33) were arrested after they had allegedly arrived in a car at a spot where the complainant, Mr Richman Chivura, was selling cutlery. According to the spokesperson for the Musina police, Lt Peter Mudau, the suspects then acted as if they wanted to buy something and had run short of money. “They asked the complainant to get into the car, so that they could go to withdraw some money at an ATM,” said Lt Mudau. Mudau explained that they drove along Campbell Road and stopped somewhere down the road. At this spot, the Muluvhu was allegdely robbed of cash and all his goods at gunpoint. “They then instructed the victim to take off all his clothes and to run down the road while he was naked,” Mudau said. He added that the two men were later arrested. They were granted bail of R3 000 each. The case was postponed to 31 May, pending further investigation.

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10 May 2013 3

By Andries van Zyl

Huge outcry after painting of logo on the Matoks koppies Outrage! This sums up residents’ reaction to a publicity stunt by a local Caltex filling-station owner to promote his business by painting a massive Caltex logo on one of the landmark koppies at Matoks along the N1 between Makhado (Louis Trichardt) and Polokwane. The enormous Caltex logo, promoting the Caltex filling station at Botlokwa, appeared about two weeks ago. Needless to say, it has since sparked widespread condemnation from the public and, with the koppies at Matoks being of great archaeological significance, left environmentalists fuming. “Vandalism!!! Disgusting!!! Cheap stunt,” was Wilma Crous’s response on the Zoutpansberger’s Facebook page, while A D Muller wrote on the same page: “It is totally illegal ... Do Caltex think they are Boesmans ...?” Peter Schofield was as disappointed with Caltex, writing: “... tragic destruction of our natural heritage. Someone needs to take Caltex on in this regard.” (To view all the comments, visit the Zoutpansberger’s Facebook page)

every day; for example, people driving at 150km an hour on the N1, despite the traffic rules and regulations. It’s like that with the environment as well,” McMurtrie said. Chevron, under which the Caltex brand is marketed in South Africa, was asked on Monday whether they were aware of the painting of the koppie and what action they had taken to rectify the situation. Ms Suzanne Pullinger, communications manager at Chevron South Africa (Pty) Limited’s head office in Cape Town, responded by email on Tuesday. She states: “Caltex had no knowledge of this proposed activity and are opposed to it. Building strong community relationships and protecting the environment in which we operate are core values of our corporation. We have instructed the parties concerned to request its immediate removal and will be counselling them with regard to the inappropriate and unauthorized use of our corporate brand.” With regard to the removal of the painted sign and fears that it will have further destructive consequences for the environment, Pullinger says: “The removal of the sign is a complicated process and special effort has been made to minimize the impact on the environment. We ask for the patience of the community in this matter and would like to assure all parties that we are taking every precaution to ensure that the removal happens as quickly and as safely as possible.” Evidence of Caltex’s commitment to having the unsightly painted logo removed was already visible on Tuesday with a team of cleaners, armed with high-pressure hoses, spotted on the koppie to remove the paint. What this exercise is costing Caltex is not known. It must be said that, despite overwhelming outrage over the painted koppie, there were those who liked it. “I tnk its beautiful,” wrote Fhatuwani Mulaudzi on the Facebook page of Limpopo Mirror. On the same page, Mphophenyu Moshapo wrote: “Brilliant marketing strategy, i hope they used environment friendly Painters still in the process of completing their “masterpiece” – painting a massive Caltex logo products … go green.” on one of the koppies at Matoks. The incident left residents and environmentalists outraged. Photo supplied.

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By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Wall of remembrance for fallen warders The unveiling of the wall of remembrance at Makhado Correctional Centre was filled with tears and weeping as the family members, particularly widows, were confronted by memories of their loved ones who had since passed on while serving in the correctional services. The event was held last Wednesday. The former provincial commissioner for prisons, Gen Malesela Ramashala, gave a detailed overview of the military state and demilitarisation of the South African prison system. He said that those who had served in the department before it had been demilitarised could surely tell how strict and

difficult things had been at the time. “Dedication is needed for correctional officers,” he said. “This kind of dedication was proven with the officials whose lives and work we are remembering today.” A representative of the families of the remembered officials, Mrs Doris Mphephu, thanked the department of correctional services for showing them love by inviting them for the unveiling of the wall of remembrance. “This is being done in memory of the people whom we loved,” she said and called upon all widows to hold themselves with total respect in this trying world. The Thohoyandou Management’s acting area commis-

sioner, Mr Kenneth Mthombeni, indicated that the management was aware that, due to administrative difficulties, the department might be failing to appropriately and efficiently meet the needs of some of the families of the late officials who had passed on in the line of service. He invited all affected parties to report to his office, so that these mishaps could be rectified. “Our gates are always open for you,” Mthombeni said. Mrs Tebello Tshikovhokovho officially accepted the Mlombile Award of Excellence for her late husband, Mr Israel Tshikovhokovho, who died in an accident while transporting offenders to court in Musina on 31 May, 2010. “I am happy about the award, because it shows that my husband was a dedicated and hardworking man,” Tshikovhokovho said. The members whose names are engraved on the wall of remembrance are M Mthombeni, J Ramushwana, KM Baloyi, M Mphatja, SM Rikhotso, W Chauke, NW Legau, ME Mphephu, IL Vhamusanda Vho-Watson Tshivhase (left) hands the Mlombile Award Tshikovhokovho, GS for excellence to Mrs Tebello Tshikovhokovho, while Mr Kenneth Mabunda, TS MaMthombeni looks on. buka and JF Buys.

Who speaks on behalf of Tshivhase family? Who speaks on behalf of the Tshivhase Royal Family and who are the real leaders of the family? These questions feature prominently in the current row concerning the appointment of chiefs by Mailausumbwa Kennedy Tshivhase. Last month, the Thohoyandou High Court nullified the appointment of chiefs in the Tshipako area. The court also granted an interdict prohibiting Thovele Tshivhase from appointing chiefs without the knowledge and consent of the Nemavhola Royal Council. In a letter addressed to the Limpopo premier, the relevant MEC and the provincial house of traditional leaders, the “Tshivhase Royal Family” lashes out at Thovhele Tshivhase and accuses him of malpractices and abusing his powers. The letter is signed by Leslie Tshivhase and Fhatuwani Tshivhase as the respective interim chairperson and interim secretary of the Tshivhase royal family. This week the Tshivhase royal family, through its spokesperson, Thovhele Luvhaivhai Tshivhase, came out spitting fire. He said Leslie was not a member of the family. In a document titled “Who is Leslie Nyadzani Tshivhase?” Luvhaivhai Tshivhase says the family is disturbed by the utterances by Leslie, an “unknown person to the family and his group”. According to Luvhaivhai Tshivhase, the family is dis-

mayed by the utterances of Leslie and is of the opinion that he does not represent the views of the family as he is not a family member. He said Leslie Tshivhase and his group had been served with letters on 25 March 2013, requesting him to furnish the royal family with certified copies of documents identifying himself, his mother and his father. He was given seven days to respond, which he apparently did not do. “Maybe he wanted to say he is the chairperson of his family, but not the Tshivhase royal family. He should tell the nation which of the royal family members appointed him and where. It has come to our attention that Leslie is collecting names and signatures from the street from especially those who are illiterate,” said Luvhaivhai Tshivhase. He said Vho-Makhadzi VhoLondolani Muofhe Mufhandu, one of the senior Tshivhase royal council members, discovered that her name had been signed fraudulently and she had made an affidavit to withdraw her signature. He also responded to the allegation made that the Limpopo premier had given R10 000 to Mailausumbwa Kennedy Tshivhase. “The R10 000 referred to was promised to a malende traditional dance group who performed for the first lady of Limpopo when the premier paid Mailausumbwa Kennedy Tshivhase a visit,” he explained. Luvhaivhai Tshivhase ap-

pealed to the community and traditional leaders within the Tshivhase dynasty not to associate themselves with the unknown Leslie Tshivhase who is claiming to be chairperson of the Tshivhase royal family. “The Tshivhase royal council and Tshivhase royal family are distancing themselves from any actions and statements made by the so-called Leslie Tshivhase, as he does not represent the Tshivhase family,” he said. As far as the Nemavhola case is concerned, Luvhaivhai denied having received any documents and stated that they knew nothing about the order. “We are still content with the installation of chiefs and we know we have not breached any government rule,” said Luvhaivhai. Leslie Tshivhase, on the other hand, is adamant that he is of royal blood and that he was born into the family. “My mother was married to Rasimphi Tshivhase,” he said and explained that there were two boys and two girls. “Luvhaivhai is the one who does not belong to the Tshivhase family. He is a Mphephu, who has just changed his surname. I do not want to delve deeper into that, but what I am worried about is who is he to question my relationship with the family? Please do your investigations and you will find that these people are just confusing people when they know the truth,” added Leslie Tshivhase.

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6 10 May 2013 By Elmon Tshikhudo

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Univen official killed in motorcycle accident What happened to all our objections? Univen principal Prof Peter Mbati has expressed Only a month ago, another well-known local his shock about the death of Dr Nanga Lidovho, who was killed in a motorbike accident. Lidovho was a legal advisor of the principal and member of the university’s management. He died last Wednesday. This is not the first time that a university staff member was killed in a motorbike accident. In 2011, lecturer Peter Tshifhango also died in a motorbike-related accident.

businessman, Mr Maano Nemakonde, lost his life when he was involved in a motorbike accident with a taxi. The accidents have ignited an outcry from the community, with many saying motorbikes should be banned as they are claiming many precious lives in the community. Mbati eulogised the dead man as one of the great minds of the university. “Dr Lidovho was a cherished and esteemed member of the university management, contributing more than 20 years of professional life to educating generations. I enjoyed working with him immensely and I feel fortunate to have had him as a colleague and friend.” Lidovho joined the University of Venda as a law lecturer 22 years ago. Heascended the academic ladder over the years and gained promotions. He was appointed as deputy dean and head of department of adjectival criminal law and clinical legal studies in the School of Law at the University of Venda between 1994 and 1995. During the same period, he was also appointed acting dean in the School of Law. He was appointed as the Legal Advisor to the vice-chancellor and principal in 1995, a position he occupied until he met his death. Lidovho was in possession of a number of qualifications, which included a PhD from the University of Pretoria and Dr Nanga Lidovho, who was killed in a motor­ other post-graduate qualifications from local and overseas universities bike accident.

The Save Mapungubwe Coalition met with their lawyers at Mapungubwe a fortnight ago, to determine their strategy with regard to CoAL of Africa Limited’s (CoAL) mining activities at Vele. The environmental coalition, consisting of the Endangered Wildlife Trust, the Wilderness Foundation South Africa, the World Wide Fund for Nature South Africa, the Association of Southern African Professional Archaeologists, the Mapungubwe Action Group and BirdLife South Africa, is better known as the Coalition. The Coalition had an informal strategy meeting with their lawyers from the University of the Witwatersrand’s Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) on Saturday 27 April. Represented at the meeting were various local communities who are descendants of the first inhabitants of Mapungubwe. Also at the meeting were surrounding farmers and lodge owners, as well as representatives of numerous environmental awareness groups that are also part of the Coalition. The meeting acted as a po-

dium for the concerned parties to voice their feelings regarding CoAL. Particularly the communities felt that their concerns were being ignored, not so much by the mine, but rather by the government. “What has happened to our previous complaints and appeals? I’m certain of it that it has been filed in File 13 and has now been long forgotten,” remarked one community leader. Due to the fact that not all the documents and remarks made during this meeting are public knowledge yet, the attendees asked for anonymity. The Vele colliery is CoAL’s first operational open-cast mine in the Soutpansberg coal basin and is about 7km from the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site. Since plans became known more than three years ago about the proposed mine, the Coalition has been involved in a legal battle with CoAL. This saw CoAL paying fines of about R9 million to the Department of Water Affairs (DWA) for an infringement of water licences. At that stage, however, the mine was already 95% complete, and in 2011 the

mine was finished and 55 000 tonnes were hauled from its first box cut. Afterwards, the Coalition and CoAL entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to work together to ensure that CoAL follows, to the letter, the terms of all their licences. This agreement was cancelled in December last year due to “past and on-going non-compliance with water legislation at Vele.” Despite the water being a burning issue, attendees at the meeting also felt that CoAL, together with the government, only sees the money to be made out of coal and not the environment or any cultural heritage in the area. “There is no monetary value for them in wildlife, trees or culture,” remarked another attendee. Since the termination of the MoU, CALS has come up with an environmental management committee – a first in South Africa. This committee represents key roleplayers with an interest in the mine. The EMC will see to it that CoAL stick to their licence terms.

By Ndivhuwo Musetha

Sharing info can reduce HIV/AIDS infection

The project to build a new community hall at Waterval was launched earlier this month by the mayor of Makhado, Cllr David Mutavhatsindi (with pick in hand). The hall, which will cost roughly R8 million to build, is expected to be completed by December. Mutavhatsindi said the building of the new hall was part of the municipality’s infrastructure maintenance plan.

Vhembe District Executive Mayor Cllr Tshitereke Matibe has urged the community to share information with everyone in order to help reduce the infection rate of HIV. In his address during the TB and Aids Awareness Campaign held at Makuya Multi-Purpose Centre last Thursday, Matibe said health institutions within Vhembe should not discriminate against fellow Africans who came here for economical reasons. Matibe said the government was committed to the integration of the economy of the SADC and its people in all aspects of life. “All of us are obliged to embrace each other and share the few resources we have. The goal of integrating SADC countries cannot be achieved without our participation. As responsible and caring citizens, we must

share our health programmes and information related to communicable diseases such as STI and HIV/Aids with our brothers and sisters from our neighboring countries,” said Matibe. Since 2009, much as been achieved in terms of preventing new infections, treatment and support for those who were already affected by HIV/Aids, said Matibe. He added that a significant decline had been recorded in terms of new infections. In responding to the efforts and policy direction by the national and provincial governments, Vhembe District developed an achievable operational plan that was adopted by the council last November. The operational plan is aligned to the national and provincial strategies. Matibe also congratulated Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi on launching rolling out a programme of taking a single pill per day for HIV/Aids patients. Matibe said a phenomenon which was emerging in the communities was that older men who were wealthier and financial sound were having sexual affairs with younger women. “This disturbing phenomenon is posing a very serious threat for both the sugar daddies and the younger women. The statistics of older men who are being infected with HIV/Aids are growing on a daily basis. In the process, the innocent spouses of the sugar daddies also become victims. I plead with all middle-aged and older men to refrain from these tendencies,” Cllr Tshitereke Matibe. said Matibe.

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8 10 May 2013 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Angry Tshiluma residents march for service Residents of Tshiluma (Tshiavha, Lukau and Marude) in Ward 22 of Thulamela say they have had enough of waiting for service from the Thulamela municipality. The residents, who said they had been in constant engagement with the municipality since 2003, said they had no water, no electricity and their roads were impassable. Hundreds of the residents marched to the municipality’s offices, where they handed over a memorandum of their grievances. From the Thulamela Local Municipality they moved over to the nearby offices of the Vhembe District Municipality, which is the water authority in the area, where they handed over another memorandum. The marchers, who were waving placards with their demands and singing freedom songs, were also bearing primus stoves, paraffin lamps and candles to show their plight. “We have been crying for water, roads and electricity for too long and all along the municipality keeps on promising. We bought tanks from our own pockets with the hope that the municipality would send water tankers to fill them, but days go by without water in this area and people have to risk their lives in the darkness to the only tap in the village,” said Jeffreys Masakona, Part of the huge crowd of marchers who marched to the municipality´s offices to demand service the deputy-convenor of the march. He said it was sad to see that water pipes from delivery.

the reservoir at Marude passed via their village to other neighbouring villages while they were without water. “We are worried that we see water in some of the hostels in the village, but we are without water,” he added. He said another burning issue was electricity in the area, with some applications having been launched in 2003, but nothing has come from the applications. “Only the rich have their houses electrified while the poor stay in darkness. The crime rate has risen in the area because of darkness and the standard of life is never improving. We need electricity in this area like all other people in the municipality,” added Masakona. He said even the roads in the area were not up to scratch, with only paths that cannot be used by cars in the village. “We have been trying to get help from the municipality since 2004, but there is no help coming from the municipality,” he said. The marchers gave the municipality up until the end of May 2013 to put their house in order or face further mass action. Entertainment

Junior Sikheli is a fresh breeze From humble beginnings in the dusty streets of rural Mangondi Ha-Jim Kone outside Thohoyandou, little-known new Venda Afropop and Venda traditional music sensation Junior Sikheli is a fresh breeze in Venda music circles. With the release of his debut album, Ladzani Shango, Sikheli is fast becoming a household name. The 10-track album, recorded at Face-off Records under the watchful eye of ace producer Prince Nyadzawela, was launched recently. It promises to be a bestseller, with hundreds of copies already sold since its release. The positive reception has given Sikheli hope and he is determined to stay in the industry. At the moment, he is enjoying massive airplay from local radio stations in Limpopo, as well as Soshanguve FM. “For me, music is inborn and runs in the blood. I started singing in Sub A and later sang with my brother and I never run out of new ideas. I see visions in broad daylight and capture whatever comes to me on my phone. From there, it is polished to become a song like the ones you are hearing.” Tracks which stand out on the album are Tshimima Venda, Lotsha and Ndo Shanduka. He worked with artists like Jininka and Takizit, with Mpho Madzhiga engineering the whole project. The album is found in almost all record shops in town, but those who have difficulty getting copies and bookings can contact him at 079 486 3179 or his manager, Michael Sadiki, at 072 389 4186 or email to: mnengudza@gmail.com.

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BlackJahman grows from strength to strength BlackJahman had eventually released his much-awaited album a fortnight ago. According to thousands of his fans, it was long overdue, as he had initially promised to release his new musical project towards the end of last year. “I couldn’t come forth with a new offer at that time, because of logistic stumbling blocks. I have always felt that I had to wait for an opportune time so as to give Jah people good music,” explains BlackJahman as an apology to his fans.

The 11-song reggae offering is titled What a Day, and he invites all people to jump up in jubilee and celebrate the gift of life, freedom and peace. “What a day – jump and celebrate in harmony!” he sings. On the first track, he advises all people who are in serious relationships to stop promising each other “heaven and earth” or “the stars and the moon.” The artist’s opinion is that many relationships end up on the rocks, because of promises which are hard to fulfill. “So many divorce

after the wedding – what is wrong with you, people?” he asks in the song. He sings about trust, respect and commitment as virtues which should serve as foundation for every lasting relationship. Five songs are sung in English, two in Sesotho, two in Tshivenda and the other two in Xitsonga. Songs such as Naledi ya bophelo, Buwa and Tlangelani Africa are well arranged in terms of sound and lyrics quality. However, the song Lufuno fhedzi, which is a redo of All we need (is love, peace) from the previous album Messiah’s Mercy, is a bit of a letdown if you have listened to the original English version. BlackJahman believes that as a nation which seeks to see the prevailing of peace, the modern style of living, government policies and constitution need to be revisited by doing what is right and for all people to refrain from wrongdoings. “We need to forget about racial and gender issues and start focusing on building our nation,” he speaks affectionately. This musician was born Witness Ntshangase in the dry mountains of Dlomodlomo in KwaZulu Natal and grew up in Mkhuhlu Tsema-marhumbu village in Mbombela, Mpumalanga. Somewhere inside the sleeve of the album is written the warning: “Piracy is an ofBlackJahman (right) is in musical action with Ras Sibo (left) and fence and is also a sin”. Rasfinger (at the back).

Pastor Shemya Makota leads the choir in one of their new songs during the recording. Entertainment

Two CD’s to celebrate ten years of success There was excitement bordering on hysteria at Worship Christian House in Shayandima outside Thohoyandou at the weekend’s live recording of the musical group Worship House’s two CDs. The recording celebrates the church and the group’s ten-year anniversary. On Saturday, they recorded Celebration Ten, a 17-track praise CD, while on Sunday they recorded an 11-track CD, True Worship 2013. The Saturday’s recordings, which drew fans from as far as Tanzania and Zimbabwe, saw the group record traditional songs. They included the deep Zimbabwe traditional beat, Chimurenga (which was popular during the liberation struggle), the Sepedi beat, the Tshivenda beat and the Shangaan beat. During the recordings, fans were on their feet and danced the night away. The church spokesperson Pastor Shemya Makota expressed joy at the way things went. “It was an overwhelming experience. We were honouring God, but instead He honoured us,” said the upbeat Makota.

Makota said the church had every reason to celebrate. “We are just ten years old, but God blessed us, including in material terms,” said Makota. The church is housed in a state-of-the-art building. Worship House is one of the most respected groups in Southern Africa and has won many awards. Subsequent to the recordings, the church held a conference which ran from 1 to 4 May, featuring international speakers like Dr Don Graham from the United States and Dr John Moyo from Australia.

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electricity project a white elephant Winter warmers for disadvantaged pupils Tshiozwi’s The residents of Tshiozwi vil- the job. not report back to the community Poverty-stricken pupils at Ntsumbedzeni Primary School in the rural Makhuvha village outside Thohoyandou received a major boost just before the onset of winter. Businesspeople in the area pooled their resources and bought 60 pairs of shoes for disadvantaged pupils. The shoes were handed to the pupils during an event which was attended by the local traditional leader, Chief Ntanganedzeni Makhuvha, Mr Kgorompe Rallele, the deputy manager school governance in the Luvhuvhu Circuit, sponsors, principals

from neighbouring schools and the parents of the pupils. The shoes were donated by Dembe Drilling CC, Tshilivho Driving School, Tshilivho Cash Crop, Ratshidzhome Building Project, Blue Valley Lodge, Makhethani Driving School and Tshigome. The overjoyed principal of the school, Ms Martha Nemukongwe, said the school had well over 200 pupils who were mostly from disadvantaged backgrounds. “It is really a blessing for our pupils. Most of the pupils’ parents are not working, which makes it very

difficult for them to afford uniforms.” Representing the sponsors, Mr Rudzani Rambuwani said it was out of compassion and love for the pupils that they felt they should be involved. “As local businesspeople, we should be involved in all community initiatives. We should make our presence felt in the community, more especially on issues of education, which is the only remedy that could cure poverty in this community.” He also pledged to drill a borehole at the school before the end of the year.

Happy pupils with their new shoes, photographed with the sponsors, guests and school management after the function.

lage, which falls under the Makhado Municipality, are at loggerheads with the municipality over an uncompleted electrification project. Tshiozwi should have received electricity in 2009, but this never happened. During a visit of Mirror to the area two weeks ago, it was found that some of the houses have no meter boxes and no wiring cables, but poles have been planted. The people regard themselves as forgotten and feel that the promises made to them have not been honoured. Ms Thizwilondi Davhana, who is unemployed, blames the problem on the municipality. She says they don’t care about the people. “The planted poles are just a decoration in the village (to fool) the passer-by.” According Davhana, the promises started four years ago. “They promised to finish the job a long time ago. We are still waiting. We are not even sure whether they will honour their promises this time,” she said. “We are tired of using candles and primus stoves and we do not want solar systems, but electricity. We do not want to chop down trees anymore,” said Davhana. She accused the municipality of wasting taxpayers’ money. “Where is the money allocated for the project?” she asked. The chairperson of Sanco, Mr Shaft Matumba, confirmed that the people of Tshiozwi are upset about the delay in completing

“We, the ordinary people, want to know why there is a delay in electrifying our village, whereas others have electric lights,” said Matumba. “Where is the money which was budgeted for the project?” he asked. “Even the ward councillor, David Davhana, did

about what is happening with the project”, he said. The spokesperson for the Makhado Municipality, Louis Bobodi, said that money to complete the project was budgeted for in the next financial year, which will start in July.

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12 10 May 2013 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Vuwani, Kurhuleni need better services The residents of Masia, Kurhuleni and Vhangani villages in the Vuwani area marched to the Vuwani regional office of the Makhado Municipality two weeks ago to demand that the road between Kurhuleni and Majosi (D3757) be tarred. According to a community leader, Norman Mukhomi, the memorandum handed over refers to the formal request which was addressed to the office of the Vhembe District Municipality’s executive mayor, dated 7 October 2009. In this letter, the residents asked that the road be tarred as a matter of urgency. The three villages linked by the road had decided to take the matter further by engaging the office of the MEC for Roads and Transport in Polokwane. “The road became impassable due to the damage caused by the rains in February this year,” said Mukhomi. He indicated that they had asked for the assistance from the local municipality, but nothing was done. “Instead, a local white farmer helped to repair the road at his own expense.” It is stated in the memorandum that there is a road which was “constructed in the bush” without any proper consultation with the three communities. “We would have happily given inputs as to where

the road should have been constructed,” Mukhomi read from the memo. Road D3757 has apparently been mentioned in the integrated development plan (IDP) of the Makhado Municipality, indicating that it would be tarred during the said periods, but nothing has been done. The residents are also not sure who is responsible for maintaining the road, the Makhado Municipality or the Vhembe District Municipality. The leadership representing the communities adds in the memo that, if they have not received a response in 21 days, they shall intensify the protest action and solicit the assistance of other stakeholders, such as civil organisations, to highlight their plight. Mukhomi said that other parties who were adversely affected by the bad road were the Vuwani Taxi Association and the Phadziri & Brothers bus company, who transported commuters along this road on a daily basis. When contacted for comment, Vhembe District Municipality’s spokesperson Matodzi Ralushai said that the district municipality mainly focused on addressing issues of water challenges. “At least 80% of our financial budget goes towards water projects in the whole district,” said Ralushai. “On 27 February this year, we had a meeting with community leaders from different villages in the Masia area, at the Masia Traditional Council. This was where we addressed the case of the said road, when some members of the community raised it.” The concerned residents arrived in trucks, taxis and on foot.

By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Policeman now a practicing attorney A well-known police officer, Zwodangani Peter Makananisa (45), was admitted as an attorney in the High Court of South Africa upon passing his admission examination from the Law Society of South Africa on 25 April 2013. “It was difficult trying to tackle social life, family, work and studying all at the same time,” said the man who had proved that education has no boundaries. “I had to give my wife and children enough time while at the same time I had to study hard.” He said that working in the investigation unit of the SAPS was a strenuous job, which also needed concentrated focus and dedication. “When one of my kids was not feeling well, it affected my studies, but I had to pull my socks up as a man who had a goal to achieve,” he explained.

Makananisa had attended Madabude Primary School at Ha-Mpofu before he moved on to Denga Secondary in Nthabalala village. He passed his Standard10 in 1986. “I didn’t pass well and I felt I should repeat my Standard10, which I did immediately and passed well at Tshiawelo Secondary School at Vleifontein,” he said. He then joined the former Venda Police Force on 1 March 1989, working at Tshilwavhusiku police station. By 1999, he was transferred to the Makhado stock-theft unit. “All along, the fire of learning and studying further had been burning within me,” he said. “So I started by registering for a Deeds Registration Diploma with Unisa, which I passed. That experience motivated me to register for an LLB degree.” This father of four gradu-

ated with an LLB degree at the University of South Africa in 2011. He then did his articles at the Thohoyandou State Attorney’s offices. “During August of 2012, as I was busy still doing my articles, I passed my attorney admission examination from the Law Society of South Africa,” he said. Makananisa is still working as a police officer and he hopes to move on to practicing law whenever the opportunity avails itself. “For those who think that education is for the youngsters alone, I say not to let anything stand in your way and you might find yourselves realising your Attorney Zwo­ dreams,” he dangani Peter said. Makananisa.

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Man’s private parts nearly severed during assault A 29-year-old man from Nkayeni village outside Beit Bridge is fighting for his life, after two men who accused him of impregnating their sister, stabbed him in the head with a knife, before trying to slice off his private parts. It is reported that the man was on his way to a local school to attend some competitions being held at the school. On the way

he met the two men, who allegedly blocked his way and started throwing insults at him. The suspects, aged 19 and 22, then allegedly accused him of impregnating their sister. Before he could explain or tell his side of the story, the two men allegedly started assaulting him with their fists. He was then stabbed and the two men grabbed his private parts and tried to slice them off.

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10 May 2013 13 By Ndivhuwo Musetha

MEC banks on Vhembe for good results

The pre-schooler section of Tshikondeni Primary School, the Babbelbekkies and Grade Rs, visited the Tshikondeni Mine on 24 April to see what a real-life backactor looks like. Photo supplied. By Frank Mavhungu

Mixed fortunes for Rospa United FC Rospa United dropped five important league points last weekend. They drew 1-1 with Blue Rocks at the Univen Stadium last Wednesday and lost 0-2 to Winners Park on Sunday. Their game against Blue Rocks was characterised by wasted opportunities. Although both sides squandered some scoring opportunities in the opening minutes of the game, Rospa United had more regrets than the visitors. Hammer Phahlane disappointed the fans in the 14th minute. He hesitated to unleash from just outside the box and lost possession. He was also the first player to be booked. He tackled Justice Sethema from behind. Phahlane lost his original fighting spirit after the yellow card incident and he was replaced with Rolivhuwa Mukwevho. Mashudu “Tlolo” Mashapha scored United’s goal in the 67th minute. He unleashed from the edge of the box and a defender of Blue Rocks deflected the ball back into his own net while attempting to clear it. Frederick Ngoveni headed home the equaliser for Blue Rocks after a corner kick in the dying minutes of the game.

The MEC for Education, Mr Dickson Masemola, said he was banking on Vhembe to help the province in producing better matric results than last year. Masemola said he had set the target of a 75% pass rate in this year’s matric results, compared to 63.9% that was achieved last year. Speaking to the people who attended the official opening of eight new classes at Mutshipisi Primary School at Lwamondo village last Friday, Masemola said he wanted Vhembe to produce an 80% pass rate in matric results this year, so that the province could reach its target of 75% this year. Vhembe achieved a 76% pass rate last year. “Vhembe has always been the shining stars of this province by producing the best results in previous years. Most of the top students who competed nationally were also coming from Vhembe,” he added. He also praised the senior district manager in Vhembe, Dr Rambiana, for leading a district that always produces good results. He said he believed that Rambiana and his team of good managers and teachers would make sure that the

province produced the targeted results this year. He also urged the newly elected DGB members to continue having a good working relationship with principals and teachers.

Some of the pupils were dressed in Venda traditional attire and formed a guard of honour during the event.

“Give me an 80% matric pass rate this year ...” MEC Masemola and the senior district manager, Dr Rambiana, in discussion. Hammer Phahlane of Rospa United (right) and Mabote Mabote of Blue Rocks fight to win the high ball.

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Arson suspected after house burns down

Mashudu “Tlolo” Mashapha of United (right) and Justice Sethema of Blue Rocks wrestle to win the ball.

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Basel to face Mighty FC in Makwarela Rospa United are geared to make The Dolphins pay for the 0-2 defeat which they suffered at the hands of Winners Park last Sunday when they meet in their Safa second-division match at the Univen Stadium tomorrow afternoon. Rospa United must win the match in order to remain on the safe side in terms of relegation. They are now in the ninth position on the log, but they are still not safe from the relegation axe. The other team based in the Vhembe District, Basel FC, will also play in front of their home crowd.

They will host Mighty FC at the Makwarela Stadium tomorrow afternoon. Basel have nothing to lose in the match except pride as they are now out of the league title race. The mood is good in the camp of Basel as they managed to collect the maximum league points last Saturday. They beat Phungo All Stars 1-0 at the Makhado Eltivillas ground. Phungo All Stars will undertake a journey to Giyani, where they will play against the stubborn Giyani Hotspurs at the Giyani Stadium. Baobab Zero Fake will en-

tertain Ray Pillars at the Nkowankowa Stadium in Tzaneen. Magezi FC are awaiting the arrival of Mosesetjane All Stars at the Peter Mokaba Athletics Stadium. Lephalale Young Killers and Blue Rocks will lock horns at the Mogol Stadium in Lephalale. The logleaders, Baroka FC, will host the other league title contenders, Winners Park, at the Ngoana Mahube Stadium in Jane Furse. In the only match that will be played on Sunday afternoon, Modimolle Aces will play against Nobela All Stars at the Ephraim Mohale Stadium in Modimolle.

Property to the value of affected,” she said. to investigate the incident. “I was thousands of rands was deThe destroyed household prop- one of the first people to arrive stroyed when a house in the erty includes a bed, wardrobe, at the scene and, from the look Dulibadzimu suburb of Beit clothes, television set, a stove and of things, it could be an act of Bridge caught fire in a sus- kitchen utensils. When Limpopo arson. We therefore urge people pected case of arson. Mirror visited the house, rubble to desist from burning other According to witnesses, the was strewn all over the area. people’s properties in the event incident occurred in the early The owner of the house, Mr of disputes.” hours of Sunday at the Hlalani Kijana Maphula, said it would Police spokesperson Chief Kuhle houses in Dulibadzimu cost him R60 000 to repair the Supt Lawrence Chinhengo consuburb in the border town. damaged property. firmed the incident, saying no “I woke up at around 02:00 The chairperson of the Hlalani arrests had been made. He said after I heard people scream- Kuhle Residents Association, Mr they were still investigating the ing and that was when I saw a Kenias Mbedzi, urged the police matter. crowd gathered around my neighbour’s room, which was on fire. We then started pouring sand and water onto the fire, but, unfortunately, by the time we managed to put out fire out, the entire room had already been burnt,” said Mr Kudzai Chuma, a witness. The tenant at the house, Ms Shyleen Chafadza, said that she arrived at around 02:00 from a night club and found her room in flames. “I suspect this could be an act of arson, because I had not left a candle burning and the house is also not electrified. Surprisingly, the rooms belonging to A neighbour, Mr Lameck Tshuma, photographed at part of the burnt other tenants were not house in Dulibadzimu suburb at Beit Bridge.


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Velile Mdaka the star in Basel’s victory FC Basel beat Phungo All Stars 1-0 in a thrilling Safa Limpopo second-division game that was played at the Eltivillas grounds on Saturday. Basel deserved the victory, as they were dictating terms in all departments. The players who continuously gave the Stars defence a tough time were Velile Mdaka and Louis Chauke. Tshifhiwa Mmbooi, a defender of Basel, was booked for an illegal tackle on Ivan Mahangwahaya. The Stars’ keeper, Timothia Bapela, denied the opponents several sure goals through his acrobatic goalkeeping.

Stars were the first to effect a change to their original squad. They introduced Ndivhuwo Masakona for Mahlatsi Moloto early in the second half. Basel responded by replacing Lucky Mkhari with Khanukani Mawela in the 64th minute. The introduction of Mawela changed the flow of the match initially, as he dished dangerous passes to the front runners. The only goal of the day was scored by Velile Mdaka. He tried his luck from the 35m area. The Stars keeper misjudged the flight of the ball and it hit Velile Mdaka of Basel beats Teddy the back of the net. Maa­vhel­wana.

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Another uphill battle for Black Leopards Black Leopards will play their second-last Absa Premiership League match next Wednesday, May 15. They will pay a visit to Orlando Pirates at the Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg. Orlando Pirates stand an outside chance of taking the trophy to Orlando, while it is do-or-die for the team from Limpopo. Leopards’ head coach, Mr Sunday Chidzambwa, is still adamant that his side might escape the relegation axe through the eye of the needle, come the end of the season.

“We will fight to the bitter end,” said the optimistic Chidzambwa. In the other Absa Premiership League match that will also be played next Wednesday, Kaizer Chiefs will have a date with Supersport United at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. Chiefs must win both their remaining matches in order to finish their league programe on top of the log. Seven matches will be played tomorrow afternoon. Orlando Pirates will wrestle for league points against Mamelodi Sun-

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Mandoza destroys Makwarela Development Phathutshedzo “Mandoza” Takalani was a marvel to watch when his side, Mukula Young Santos, beat Makwarela Development Stars 2-1 in their SAB League match at the Makwarela Stadium on Saturday. Takalani scored a brace in the match to ensure that Santos remain in contention for the league title.

The visitors from Mukula did not panic, despite squandering numerous scoring chances in the opening minutes. In the first instance it was their roving midfielder, Rendani Vusani, who caused an upset. He suffered the pain of watching his long-range volley going off target by inches in the ninth minute.

Phathutshedzo Nethengwe commited a similar blunder a little later. The referee, Mr Kenneth Makondo, flashed his first yellow card in the 19th minute. Andani Munyai of Development Stars was booked for a late tackle on Jacob Ramudzuli. No goal was seen during the first half, despite numerous attempts by the Santos goal poachers. The last half saw Santos invade the opponents’ territory time after time. Takalani opened their account in the 50th minute. He unleashed a powerful shot from inside the box after a heartbreaking scramble. Santos introduced Nkhuliseni Ndlovu for Sharlen Munyamela, whose performance was deteriorating with time, in the 65th minute. Jacob Ramudzuli of Santos was brought down within the box and it was a clear penalty; Takalani made no mistake from the penalty spot. Development Stars replaced their injured defender, Hulisani Murei, with Thumo Murovhi late in the game. Tshililo Mufamadi Phathutshedzo Nethengwe of Santos (right) and Amukelani Chauke of scored the Stars’ solitary Stars battle to win the ball. goal in the 84th minute. Cycling

LTA excited about annual Kremetart Race The Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) has encouraged cyclists to come and take part in the 24th annual PPC Kremetart Cycling Race during a special media launch held on Monday. The race will be held from 7 to 9 June, and with less than five weeks to go, cycling fever is mounting in Makhado (Louis Trichardt), who will host more than a thousand cyclists, their families and supporters. LTA’s chief executive officer, Mr Nocks Seabi, said during the launch that they were excited to be part of such an important tourism driver in the province. The LTA head office in the province, the Makhado Info Centre on the corner of Songozwi Street and

the N1, will once again be the starting and finishing point for the cycling race. Also speaking at the media launch was the race organiser from the P&L Cycling Club, Ms Renda Alexander. She confirmed that cycling entries for the 175km four-stage race will be limited to 1 500 entries. Entries that they have received since entries opened in February had already passed the 600 mark on Monday. For cyclists, the PPC Kremetart Race will afford the opportunity to participate in South Africa’s only one-day stage race, with some of the country’s top cyclists and teams participating. Alexander also said that the club had already received bookings

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LEGALS LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35 (5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates specified below will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the Masters and Magistrates as stated.Should no objections thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registration number of estate: 678/2013, Surname: Mashaba, Christian Names: Ntsako Happy, Identity number: 7801011013037, Last Address: Po Box: 351 Valdezia, Mpombho Village, Magistrate’s Office: Watervaal, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou.A.R. Madia Attorneys, Old Mutual Building, OfficeNo: G21 & G23, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35 (5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates specified below will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the Masters and Magistrates as stated.Should no objections thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Regis-

tration number of estate: 649/2013, Surname: Mavhunga, Christian Names: Tzhime Samuel, Identity number: 5003215608083, Last Address: Masisi (Dovho) Village, District Mutale, Christian names and surname of surviving spouse: Mavhunga Naledzani Johannah , Identity number: 5602100163086, Magistrate’s Office: Mutale, Master ’s Office: Thohoyandou.A.R. Madia Attorneys, Old mutual Building, OfficeNo: G21 & G23, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEA SED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35 (5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates specified below will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the Masters and Magistrates as stated.Should no objections thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registration number of estate: 745/2009, Surname: Nepfumbada, Christian Names: Eunice, Identity number: 5210230851081, Last Address: Ngovhela, Limpopo Province, Magistrate’s Office: Thohoyandou, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou. Christian names and surnames of surviving spouse: Nkhumeleni Joseph Nepfumbada, ID No: 4408075125089. Advocate M.J Mushasha, Room No G30, Old Mutual Building, Thohoyandou, Tel: 015962 5852, Cell: 0832908585. EXECUTOR’S NOTICE TO LODGE CLAIMS AGAINST A DECEASED ESTATE In the Estate of the late Mbangiseni Frederick Muvhango, Identity Number: 5706025205086 who was ordinarily resident at Makwarela Location, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province and who died at Pretoria Heart Hospital on 09/12/2012, Estate Number: 2825/2012. All persons having claims against the above estate are hereby called upon to file their claims with the undersigned within 30 days from the date of publication hereof. Dated and Signed at Thohoyandou on this 07th day of January 2013. Foroma Attorneys, Office 9 & 10 Style Centre, 668 Mphephu Drive, Thohoyandou, P.O. Box 986, 0904, Tel/Fax: 015 962 4590, REF: IF/tn/AEO108 NOTICE THAT EXECUTOR’S LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT IS LYING

FOR INSPECTION In the Estate of the late Mbangiseni Frederick Muvhango, Identity Number: 5706025205086 who was ordinarily resident at Makwarela Location, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province and who died at Pretoria Heart Hospital on 09/12/2012, Estate Number: 2825/2012. The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the above estate will lie for inspection at the office of the Master of the High Court (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the Magistrate for the district of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 (twentyone) days from the date of publication hereof. Dated and Signed at Thohoyandou on this 07th day of January 2013. Foroma Attorneys, Office 9 & 10 Style Centre, 668 Mphephu Drive, Thohoyandou, P.O. Box 986, 0904, Tel/Fax: 015 962 4590, REF: IF/ tn/AEO108 NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in respect of the Late Mr Mulaudzi Ngodiseni Patrick shall lie for inspection at the Master of Limpopo High Court Thohoyandou for a period of twenty one (21) days calculated from the date of this publication. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 2nd day of May 2013. MADALA PHILLIP ATTORNEYS, Executrix Attorneys, Office No. 84, Block C, P.O. Box 3411,Thohoyandou, 0950, Tel/Fax: 015 962 2230, Ref: MAD/MULAUDZI/ EST:108 NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in respect of the Late Mr Tshishonga Thangeni Thampson shall lie for inspection at the Master of Limpopo High Court Thohoyandou for a period of twenty one (21) days calculated from the date of this publication. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 6th day of May 2013. MADALA PHILLIP ATTORNEYS, Executrix Attorneys, Office No. 84, Block C, P.O. Box 3411,Thohoyandou, 0950, Tel/Fax: 015 962 2230, Ref: MAD/MULAUDZI/ EST:105 NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS SECTION 29 In the Estate of Late: Marubini Samson Tshivhenga, I.D. No: 3201255080088, who was married to Mutshekwa Tshivhenga of Identity No: 4608120146085 and to Kovhanani Selinah Tshivhenga of Identity no: 5708050188088, who died on the 23rd day of April 2013,Master’s reference number:952/2013. Creditors and Debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30(Thirty)days as from date on this advertisement. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 7th day of

May 2013. Executor Attorneys, Maluleke Z.D. Attorneys,Stag Village Complex,1st Floor Office No 11,Mphephu Drive/ Road,Opposite Galitos& Caltex Garage,Cell:076 8132868/0714986320,Tel/ Fax:015 962 1110 / 86 268 2763, E-mail: zrasikhanya@gmail.com, P.O. Box 1665, Thohoyandou, 0950. Please take note that Mabuge Matodzi Patrick intends making application to The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC)for the restoration of DORRY CASH LOAN AND TRADING CC:2006/143819/23. Please take further notice that any objections to this application must be lodged with The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) within 21 days of the publication hereof Notice in terms of section 35 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in respect of the late Madavhe Ndanduleni Albert estate no: 366/2013 shall lie on inspection at the Master’s Office at Limpopo High Court Building Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days calculated from the 06th day of May 2013. Dated at Tshilamba on this the 06th day of May 2013. Nefale M.I. Attorneys, Executrix Attorneys, Office No: 01 & 02 Nefale Complex, TshilambaOpposite Mutale Post Office, P.O. Box 35, Mutale, 0956, REF: NEF/EST/ M01 Makhado Wysigingskema 65 Ek, Jaco Daniël du Plessis, synde die gemagtigde agent van die eienaar van Gedeelte 1 van Erf 529, Louis Trichardt gee hiermee ingevolge Artikel 56(1)(b)(i) van die Ordonnansie op Dorpsbeplanning en Dorpe, 1986 (Ordonnansie 15 van 1986) kennis dat ek by die Makhado Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het vir die wysiging van die Makhado Grondgebruikskema, 2009 deur die hersonering Gedeelte 1 van Erf 529, Louis Trichardt geleë te Krugerstraat 68B van "Residensieel 1" na “Besigheid 1” en vir spesiale toestemming van die Makhado Munisipaliteit om die erf vir kommersiele doeleindes te gebruik. Die doel van die aansoek is om die aanliggende Distell Trade Express uit te brei op Gedeelte 1 van Erf 529. Besonderhede van die aansoek lê ter insae gedurende gewone kantoorure by die kantoor van die Direkteur: Ontwikkeling en Beplanning, Eerste Vloer, Makhado Munisipaliteit (Burgersentrum), Makhado (Louis Trichardt), 83 Kroghstraat, vir 'n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 10 Mei 2013. Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek moet binne 'n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 10 Mei 2013 skriftelik by of tot die Direkteur: Ontwikkeling & Beplanning, by bovermelde adres of by

Privaatsak X2596, Louis Trichardt, 0920, ingedien of gerig word. Adres van Agent: Pieterse, Du Toit & Assosiate, Posbus 11306, BENDOR PARK, 0713, Tel: 015 - 2974970/1 Makhado Amendment Scheme 65 I, Jaco Daniël du Plessis, being the authorised agent of the owner of Portion 1 of Erf 529, Louis Trichardt, hereby give notice in terms of Section 56(1)(b) (i) of the Town Planning and Townships Ordinance, 1986 (Ordinance 15 of 1986) that I have applied to the Makhado Municipality for the amendment of the Makhado Land-Use Scheme, 2009 by the rezoning of Portion 1 of Erf 529, Louis Trichardt situated at 68B Kruger Street from "Residential 1" to “Business 1” and to utilize the erf for commercial purposes with the special consent of the Makhado Municipality. The purpose of the application is to extend the adjacent Distell Trade Express onto Portion 1 of Erf 529. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Director: Development and Planning, First Floor, Makhado Municipality (Civic Centre), Makhado (Louis Trichardt), 83 Krogh Street, for a period of 28 days from 10 May 2013. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Director: Development & Planning, at the above address or at Private Bag X2596, Makhado (Louis Trichardt), 0920, within a period of 28 days from 10 May 2013. Address of Agent: Pieterse, Du Toit & Associates, P.O. Box 11306, BENDOR PARK, 0713, Tel: 015 2974970/1 Notice to Close Corporation de-registered and are to be re-instated. This practice note is issued in terms of Regulation 4 of the Regulations under the Companies Act, 2008, and is applicable to the re-instatement of companies and close corporations in terms of Regulation 40 Company Name: Mafadza Filling Station cc, Registration Number: 2006/200113/23 of Stand No.492, Madabani. Makhado 0920.Accounting officer: Jandrell Book, Po box 700, Louis Trichardt, 0920. Notice to creditors in deceased Estate All persons having claims against the under mentioned Estate must lodge their claims with the Executor concerned within 30 days (for as indicated from date of publication hereof) Estate no: 466/2013, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou, Surname: Manyatshe, Christian names: Vhutshilo Ethel, Date of birth: 1970/10/29, ID no: 7010290791088, Last Address: Makwarela Ext: 03, Po box 4264, Thohoyandou, 0950, Date of Death: 2013/02/15. Sigwavhulimu Attorneys,

Office No 06, First Floor NPDC, Limdev Building Thohoyandou, Box 747 Sibasa 0970, Tel/Fax 015 962 1097 THULAMELA AMENDMENT SCHEME PORTION 13 OF ERF 782 Thohoyandou F I, Tshilidzi Nelwamondo being the authorized agent of the owner of portion 13 of Erf 782 Thohoyandou F Township measuring 1858 m2 square meters, hereby give notice in terms of Proclamation 45 of 1990, that I have applied to the Thulamela Municipality for the amendment of Thulamela Town Planning Scheme, 2006 in operation by the rezoning of the property (ies) described above, to situated at Thohoyandou F. The subject property is to be rezoned from Residential 1 (single Family Dwelling) to Residential 2 (Rental Accommodation). Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the relevant office of: Thulamela Municipality, Senior Manager Development Planning, Room 334, Private Bag X 5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 for a period of 28 days from 10 MAY 2013. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to above or be addressed to: (at the relevant office) * Director: Development Planning; Room 334, Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950, or Should no comments and/or objections be received as set out above, the municipality will assume that you are in support of the application and may approve the proposed land use rights. Address of authorized agent: Physical address: 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, Polokwane, 0699. Postal address P O Box 15153, Flora Park, o699, Telephone No: 0833582670. Dates on which notice will be published: 10 MAY 2013. NDIVHADZO MASIPALA WA THULAMELA KHUMBELO YA U SHANDIKISA KUSHUMISELE KWA MAVU NGA PROCLAMATION 45 OF 1990 FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THULAMELA TOWN PLANNING SCHEME, 2006 Vha khou divhadzwa uri huna khumbelo yo itwaho nga Nelwamondo T, o imela muiti wa tshanduko yo bulwaho afho ntha ya portion 13 ya Erf 782 Thohoyandou F, uri huvhe ha dzi nndu. Vhane vha takalelea u vhala ngaha khumbelo iyi, manwalo aya akhou wanala ofisini ya minigere muhulwane wa kudzudzanyele na mvelaphanda, Masipala wa Thulamela, Thohoyandou. Manwalo aya ado wanala lwa tshifhinga tshi edanaho maduvha a 28 ubva kha duvha la u thoma la u andadziwa ha khumbelo iyo yo bulwaho afho ntha. Vha ne vha vha na mbilaelo na iyi khumbelo vha nwalele masipala wa Thulamela kha Diresi itevhelaho, P O Box 3006

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LEGALS (Continued from p15) box 5006, Thohoyandou, 0950. Mbilaelo dzi do tanganedzwa lwa maduvha a 28 ubva khau andadzwa ha iyi khumbelo. Diresi ya feme yo itaho khumbelo ino ndi P O box 15153, flora park, 0669, 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, 0699. Thingo 0833582670 THULAMELA AMENDMENT SCHEME PORTION 20 OF ERF 782 Thohoyandou F I, Tshilidzi Nelwamondo being the authorized agent of the owner of portion 20 of Erf 782 Thohoyandou F Township measuring 762 m2 square meters, hereby give notice in terms of Proclamation 45 of 1990, that I have applied to the Thulamela Municipality for the amendment of the Draft Thulamela Town Planning Scheme, 2006 in operation by the rezoning of the property (ies) described above, to situated at Thohoyandou F. The subject property is to be rezoned from Residential 1 (single Family Dwelling) to business 2 (Shops and Flats). Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the relevant office of: Thulamela Municipality, Senior Manager Development Planning, Room 334, Private Bag X 5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 for a period of 28 days from 10 MAY 2013. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to above or be addressed to: (at the relevant office) * Director: Development Planning; Room 334, Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950, or Should no

comments and/or objections be received as set out above, the municipality will assume that you are in support of the application and may approve the proposed land use rights. Address of authorized agent: Physical address: 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, Polokwane, 0699. Postal address P O Box 15153, Flora Park, o699, Telephone No: 0833582670. Dates on which notice will be published: 10 MAY 2013. NDIVHADZO MASIPALA WA THULAMELA KHUMBELO YA U SHANDIKISA KUSHUMISELE KWA MAVU NGA PROCLAMATION 45 OF 1990 FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THULAMELA TOWN PLANNING SCHEME, 2006 Vha khou divhadzwa uri huna khumbelo yo itwaho nga Nelwamondo T, o imela muiti wa tshanduko yo bulwaho afho ntha ya portion 20 ya Erf 782 Thohoyandou F, uri huvhe ha dzinndu na vhubindudzi. Vhane vha takalelea u vhala ngaha khumbelo iyi, manwalo aya akhou wanala ofisini ya minigere muhulwane wa kudzudzanyele na mvelaphanda, Masipala wa Thulamela, Thohoyandou. Manwalo aya ado wanala lwa tshifhinga tshi edanaho maduvha a 28 ubva kha duvha la u thoma la u andadziwa ha khumbelo iyo yo bulwaho afho ntha. Vha ne vha vha na mbilaelo na iyi khumbelo vha nwalele masipala wa Thulamela kha Diresi itevhelaho, P O box 5006, Thohoyandou, 0950. Mbilaelo dzi do tanganedzwa lwa maduvha a 28 ubva khau andadzwa ha iyi khumbelo. Diresi ya feme yo itaho khumbelo ino ndi P O box 15153, flora park, 0669, 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, 0699. Thingo 0833582670

THULAMELA AMENDMENT SCHEME ERF 862 Thohoyandou F I, Tshilidzi Nelwamondo being the authorized agent of the owner of Erf 862 Thohoyandou F Township measuring 762 m2 square meters, hereby give notice in terms of Proclamation 45 of 1990, that I have applied to the Thulamela Municipality for the amendment of Thulamela Town Planning Scheme, 2006 in operation by the rezoning of the property (ies) described above, to situated at Thohoyandou F. The subject property is to be rezoned from Residential 1 (single Family Dwelling) to Residential 2 (Rental Accommodation. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the relevant office of: Thulamela Municipality, Senior Manager Development Planning, Room 334, Private Bag X 5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 for a period of 28 days from 10 MAY 2013. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to above or be addressed to: (at the relevant office) * Director: Development Planning; Room 334, Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950, or Should no comments and/or objections be received as set out above, the municipality will assume that you are in support of the application and may approve the proposed land use rights. Address of authorized agent: Physical address: 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, Polokwane, 0699. Postal address P O Box 15153, Flora Park, o699, Telephone No: 0833582670. Dates on which notice will be published: 10 MAY 2013. NDIVHADZO MA-

SIPALA WA THULAMELA KHUMBELO YA U SHANDIKISA KUSHUMISELE KWA MAVU NGA PROCLAMATION 45 OF 1990 FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THULAMELA TOWN PLANNING SCHEME, 2006 Vha khou divhadzwa uri huna khumbelo yo itwaho nga Nelwamondo T, o imela muiti wa tshanduko yo bulwaho afho ntha Erf 862 Thohoyandou F, uri huvhe ha dzinndu. Vhane vha takalelea u vhala ngaha khumbelo iyi, manwalo aya akhou wanala ofisini ya minigere muhulwane wa kudzudzanyele na mvelaphanda, Masipala wa Thulamela, Thohoyandou. Manwalo aya ado wanala lwa tshifhinga tshi edanaho maduvha a 28 ubva kha duvha la u thoma la u andadziwa ha khumbelo iyo yo bulwaho afho ntha. Vha ne vha vha na mbilaelo na iyi khumbelo vha nwalele masipala wa Thulamela kha Diresi itevhelaho, P O box 5006, Thohoyandou, 0950. Mbilaelo dzi do tanganedzwa lwa maduvha a 28 ubva khau andadzwa ha iyi khumbelo. Diresi ya feme yo itaho khumbelo ino ndi P O box 15153, flora park, 0669, 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, 0699. Thingo 0833582670

THULAMELA AMENDMENT SCHEME ERF 530 Thohoyandou F I, TshilidziNelwamondo being the authorized agent of the owner of Erf 530 Thohoyandou F Township measuring 675 m2 square meters, hereby give notice in terms of Proclamation 45 of 1990, that I have applied to the Thulamela Municipality for the amendment of the draft Thulamela Town Planning Scheme, 2006 in operation by the rezoning

MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Makhado 0920

APPOINTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CONTRACTOR SERVICES FOR VILLAGE ELECTRIFICATION: 2013/2014 Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Appointment of Electrical Engineering Contractor Services for Village Electrification: 2013/2014. Bidders are requested to bid for the Tender on the Electrification of the Following Villages: NOTICE NUMBER 58/2013 59/2013

TENDER NUMBER 17/2013 18/ 2013

60/2013

19/2013

61/2013 62/2013 63/2013

20/2013 21/2013 22/2013

DESCRIPTION ELECTRIFICATION OF RAMANTSHA / RIVERSIDE ELECTRICIFICATION OF SANE / MANGWELE / AFTON / NDOUVHADA/ GOMBANI ELECTRICIFICATION OF GOGOBOLE / MANAVHELA ELECTRICIFICATION OF MAGAU ELECTRICIFICATION OF TSHIKOTA / TSHIOZWI ELECTRICIFISATION OF TSHIKODOBO / ZAMEKOM/MAKHITHA /MASHAU / TSHIENDEULU / KUNDA / MATSHAVHAWE

REFERENCE NUMBER 8/3/2/1134 8/3/2/1135

CLOSING DATE 31 MAY 2013 31 MAY 2013

8/3/2/1136

31 MAY 2013

8/3/2/1137 8/3/2/1138 8/3/2/1139

31 MAY 2013 31 MAY 2013 31 MAY 2013

A compulsory briefing session will be held on 17 May 2013 at 10:00 at Council Chamber, First floor, Civic Centre, Ground floor, No 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable from 14 May 2013 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200.00 per tender Document. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. (as indicated above) of 2013: Appointment of Electrical contractor: Electrification of (indicated above) Village” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer of the main entrance to the Civic Centre by not later than 12:00 on Friday, 31 May 2013 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of submission thereof. Submitted tenders will be evaluated on 80/20 score points. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or facsimile or electronically by e-mail, or not having the following documents attached for evaluation or not complying with the tender specifications, will not be evaluated and will be disqualified: • Original valid Tax Clearance Certificate • A certified copy of Company Registration Certificate • Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s) • BBBEE Certificate (For Preferential Points) • CIDB Grading 2EP • Be in possession of a Valid ORHVS 1-10 Certificate • Be Registered with the department of Labour as an Electrical Contractor All technical enquiries can be directed to the Director Technical Services Mr T.E Ralulimi at (015) 519 3007/3181, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr N A Mathivha or Mr LR Moswathupa at (015) 519 3044/3171. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado Notice No: 58-63/2013

MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI MUNICIPAL MANAGER

of the property (ies) described above, to situated at Thohoyandou F. The subject property is to be rezoned from Residential 1 (single Family Dwelling) to Residential 2 (Rental Accommodation). Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the relevant office of: Thulamela Municipality, Senior Manager Development Planning, Room 334, Private Bag X 5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 for a period of 28 days from 10MAY 2013. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in

writing to above or be addressed to: (at the relevant office) * Director: Development Planning; Room 334, Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950, or Should no comments and/ or objections be received as set out above, the municipality will assume that you are in support of the application and may approve the proposed land use rights. Address of authorized agent: Physical address: 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, Polokwane, 0699. Postal address P O Box 15153, Flora Park, o699, Telephone No: 0833582670. Dates on which notice will be published: 10MAY 2013.

NDIVHADZO MASIPALA WA THULAMELA KHUMBELO YA U SHANDIKISA KUSHUMISELE KWA MAVU NGA PROCLAMATION 45 OF 1990 FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE DRAFT THULAMELA TOWN PLANNING SCHEME, 2006 Vhakhoudivhadzwa uri huna khumbelo yo itwaho nga Nelwamondo T, o imela muiti wa tshanduko yo bulwaho afho ntha ya Erf 530 Thohoyandou F, uri huvhe ha dzinndu. Vhane vha takalelea u vhala ngaha khumbelo iyi, manwalo aya akhouwanala ofisiniya minigere muhulwane wa kudzudzanyele

na mvelaphanda, MasipalawaThulamela, Thohoyandou. Manwaloaya ado wanala lwa tshifhinga tshiedanaho maduvha a 28 ubva khaduvha la u thoma la u andadziwa ha khumbelo iyo yo bulwaho afho ntha. Vha ne vhavhana mbilaelo na iyi khumbelo vhanwalele masipala waThulamela kha Diresi i tevhelaho, P O box 5006, Thohoyandou, 0950. Mbilaelodzi do tanganedzwa lwa maduvha a 28 ubva kha u andadzwa ha iyi khumbelo. Diresi yaf eme yo itaho khumbelo ino ndi P O box 15153, flora park, 0669, 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, 0699. Thingo 0833582670

Vacancies / Tenders THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY EXTERNAL ADVERT

Private Bag X5066 Thohoyandou 0950 Limpopo Province Tel: (015) 962 7500 Fax: (015) 962 4020 (015) 962 5328

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY: HEAD OFFICE: THOHOYANDOU THE ECONOMIC HUB OF VHEMBE REGION, AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER INVITE APPLICATIONS FROM SUITABLE CANDIDATES FOR APPOINTMENT OF THE FOLLOWING INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME VACANT POSTS. DEPARTMENT: CORPORATE SERVICES DIVISION: INFORMATION MANAGEMENT POSITION: IT TECHNICIANS NUMBER OF POSTS: 03 SALARY: R60 OOO.00 (Per Annum) DURATION: ONE YEAR CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS • National Diploma in Information Technology/ National Diploma in Business Applications or National Certificate in Technical Support/ PC Engineering. • One (1) year experience in technical support. • Knowledge of Municipal Finance and Human Resource Systems i.e: Munsoft, Payday, TCS, Promis will be an added advantage. RESPONSIBILITIES • To maintain user accounts. • Planning and design of network configuration. • Managing and monitoring network infrastructure. • Manage network routers and switches. • Manage intrusion detection/prevention systems. • Installation of wired/wireless network components. • Promoting network infrastructure security with proactive testing. • Email configuration. • Installation and updating of antivirus software. • Installation of operating systems. • Active directory management. • Installation, configuration and troubleshooting of network printers. DEPARTMENT: CORPORATE SERVICES DIVISION: RECORDS MANAGEMENT POSITION: RECORDS MANAGEMENT CLERKS NUMBER OF POSTS: 02 SALARY: R60 000.00 (Per Annum) DURATION: ONE YEAR CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS • Grade 12 certificate and National Diploma in Records Management. • Degree in Records Management will be an added advantage. • A minimum of 1 year experience within registry. RESPONSIBILITIES • Filing and safeguarding of records and correspondences. • Tracing of files. • Opening and sorting of mail. • Handling cheques and registered mail. • Handling registry related enquiries. • Faxing and scanning of documents. • Photocopying documents. • Delivering mail to respective departments. • Assigning file numbers to correspondences for easy filing. • Faxing correspondences. DEPARTMENT: FINANCE SERVICES DIVISION: BUDGET POSITION: FINANCE MANAGEMENT INTERN NUMBER OF POSTS: 02 SALARY: R72 000.00 (Per Annum) DURATION: TWENTY FOUR MONTHS CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS • Degree or Diploma with Accounting or Auditing as a major subject. • Knowledge of MS Word and Excel. • Strong verbal and written communications skills. • Problem solving. • Good interpersonal relations. RESPONSIBILITIES • Internal Audit. • Revenue Management. • Expenditure Management. • Assets Management. • Supply Chain Management. • Budget and Reporting. NB: Fraudulent qualifications or documents will immediately disqualify any application. An application letter and a comprehensive CV with certified copies of certificates to be forwarded to: The Municipal Manager, P/Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 or may be handed in at office no: 130b during working hours. For administrative enquiries contact: Kwinda K.H & Muthaphuli A.S @015 962 7568/7699. The closing date is 29 May 2013. Should you not be contacted within 30 days after the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. MR MATHIVHA M.H. MUNICIPAL MANGER


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By Frank Mavhungu

United Artists too clever for FET students

Mulalo Nkhumeleni of Artists pulls Stanley Matodzi of Vhembe from behind.

United Artists continued to pave their way to the promotional play-offs by beating the Vhembe FET College FC 3-0 in their SAB League match at the Makwarela Stadium on Sunday. Both sides approached the game aggressively, with their midfielders demonstrating their rough skills. The referee, Mr Christopher Mugeri, calmed the situation down by flashing two yellow cards within the first 10 minutes of the game. Mpho Madzhara of Vhembe and Ronewa Gidi of Artists were reprimanded with cards for dangerous tackles. The absence of Rudolph Sithole in the starting lineup for Vhembe was evident from the onset, as there was no one to distribute much-needed killer passes to the front runners. United Artists took the lead in the 19th minute. Maanda “Bartlett” Mulaudzi was on target, following a square pass by Robert Baloyi. The students regrouped from behind soon afterwards, but it was difficult for Maduvha Mudologi of Artists controls the ball, while Pfano Rambani of them to find their way through the defence of Artists. Vhembe tries to intercept from behind. Artists increased the tally in the 36th minute. Mulalo Nkhumeleni’s shot hit the back of the net after the keeper of Vhembe, Rhulani Sambo, mishandled the ball. Vhembe realised that it was not their day when they missed a fortune in the 60th minute. Their fast forward, Stanley Matodzi, was brought down by Mulalo Nkhumeleni within the box. Nkhumeleni was warned with a card before the referee awarded a penalty to Vhembe. Stanley Tshidade tried his luck, but the ball hit the cross bar and bounced back into the playing field. United Artists put the matter beyond doubt when Jeffrey Mungoni scored with a ground cutter nine minutes before the end of the game.

Fixtures

Dynamos to face Black Aces in NFD clash Mpumalanga Black Aces will have nobody else to blame but themselves if they fail to collect maximum points in their NFD league match against Dynamos at the Giyani Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Aces are one of the close contenders for the league championship, while Dynamos have nothing to lose in the match as they have already been relegated. Their 1-2 defeat at the hands of Sivutsa Stars at the Kabokweni Stadium in Nelspruit has confirmed the pride of Giyani’s relegation

to the Safa second division. Jomo Cosmos have reason to believe that they will easily beat FC AK at the Makhulong Stadium. FC AK are fighting for survival at the third-last position on the log, while Jomo Cosmos have nothing to worry about as they are comfortable in the middle of the log. Witbank Spurs will enjoy the homeground advantage in their match against African Warriors. The pace setters, Thanda Royal Zulu, will play their match against Sivutsa Stars at the Richards

Bay Stadium. Polokwane City will host Blackburn Rovers at the University of Limpopo Stadium. Vasco da Gama will host FC Cape Town and Milano United and Santos will battle it out for points in Cape Town. In the final match of the weekend, United FC will meet Roses United at the Moruleng Stadium.

MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Makhado 0920

ALL INTERESTED SERVICE PROVIDERS ARE HEREBy INVITED TO SUBMIT WRITTEN QUOTATIONS AND DELIVER THEM TO MAkHADO MUNICIPALITy’S TENDER BOX. QUOTATION NO DESCRIPTION MAK0000198/2012-2013 Request for Quotation for the Supply and delivery of Plumbing Materials MAK0000199/2012-2013 Request for Quotation for the Erect stock proof fence N.B Compulsory Briefing Session will be held on Tuesday; 13 May 2013 at 10H00, corner pretorious street and cronje street stand 728 MAK0000200/2012-2013 Request for Quotation for the Valuation of ERF 1217, Tshikota Extention 1 Township and ERF 1640, Louis Trichardt Extention 1 Township MAK0000201/2012-2013 Request for Quotation for the Electricity lines worker Programme MAK0000202/2012-2013 Request for Quotation for the Cable Joint Programme MAK0000203/2012-2013 MAK0000204/2012-2013 MAK0000205/2012-2013 MAK0000206/2012-2013 MAK0000207/2012-2013

CLOSING DATE 17 May 2013 at 12H00 17 May 2013 at 12H00 17 May 2013 at 12H00

17 May 2013 at 12H00 17 May 2013 at 12H00 Request for Quotation for the Public Participation Pro- 17 May 2013 at 12H00 gramme 17 May 2013 at Request for Quotation for the LED Programme 12H00 17 May 2013 at Request for Quotation for the IDP Programme 12H00 17 May 2013 at Request for Quotation for the Welding Programme 12H00 Request for Quotation for the Supply and delivery of 17 May 2013 at 12H00 Materials

Please Note: 1. Specifications of the quotations and MBD 6.1 and MBD 4 can be downloaded from the municipal website www.makhado.gov.za or a hard copy can be obtained from Supply Chain Management office B043, Civic Centre, No.83 krogh Street, Makhado Municipality. 2. For more information, enquiries must be directed to Ms TP Ntsieni or Mr M Ramabulana at 015 519 3179/3129 during office hours. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado Notice No: 57/2013 File No: 8/3/2/1

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The champions of Mageu KO, Muduluni Young Chiefs, pose with the manager of Limpopo Dairy, Mr Tobias Fourie (left). By Kaizer Nengovhela

Muduluni Young Chiefs win Limpopo Dairy KO Muduluni Young Chiefs were crowned as the new champions of Limpopo Dairy Mageu KO. The competition was played under the auspices of the Makhado Local Football Association (MLFA). The final match was played at the Ravele grounds last Wednesday. Young Chiefs beat Madombidzha Try Again 2-1. During the presentation of the prizes, Mr Tobias Fourie of Limpopo Dairy said he decided to finance the competition be-

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ment of Limpopo Dairy, saying that few businesspeople realised the importance of developing the community through sponsorships. He praised Limpopo Dairy for their decision to sponsor football. He stated that he was convinced that the MLFA would produce stars who would receive international recognition soon. A total amount of R10 000 was shared among the teams. Mudulunbi Young Chiefs took home R2 000 and a floating trophy. Madombidzha Try Again, the runners-up, received R1 400.

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The current log leaders of Stream E of the Safa Vhembe SAB league, Madombidzha Western Stars, were too strong for Zoutpansberg Powerline when they beat them 2-0 at Madabani on Sunday. Powerline attacked from the start, but wasted numerous chances. Their captain, Jayson Maisha, missed a sitter in the fourth minute, after receiving a beautiful pass from Vhutshilo Mafunisa.

The home team’s defender, Vhutshilo “Muraleni” Mafunisa, was yellow-carded for pushing Percy Mononoka in the 36th minute. Thabo Matuba beat several defenders and scored easily in the 57th minute. Lufuno Ndou of Stars was cautioned with a card for a bad tackle on Takalani Netshisaulu in the 79th minute. Lucky Masutha scored the second goal for his team late in the match.

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Takers and Univen FC share the glory The leaders in Stream D of the SAB League, Maweja Takers, were held to a goalless draw by title contenders, Univen, at the Tshakhuma Mulangaphuma grounds on Sunday. The game was played under protest. The students lodged a protest with the referee and the lodging of the protest caused the game to start 30 minutes late. In their protest letter, Univen alleged that five players of Takers, Mashudu Makhari, Zwivhuya Tshisaphungo, Hulisani Sibara, Rambuda Nekhudzhiga and Khuliso Netshulu, were not properly

registered. The referee, Mr Mashudu Sathuma, warned Clifford Radzilani of Univen with a card for obstructing Khumbudzo Muvhango just outside the penalty box. The keeper of Univen, Eugene Mbedzi, made his presence felt when he braved Mukandangalwo Ramunana’s half volley. Khumbudzo Muvhango of Takers was also booked for a late tackle on Takalani Ramagalela three minutes before the end of the first half. Maweja Takers were the first to effect a change to their starting lineup. They introduced Tshipuliso Singo for Hulisani Sibara. Khumbudzo Muvhango of Takers came close to scoring in the 69th minute. He forced his way through the defence of Univen and lost possession before just before he could unleash.

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Zwivhuya Tshisaphungo of Takers hooks the ball, while Excellent Manyathela of Univen is Takalani Ramagalela of Univen controls the on his heels. ball.

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Results

Hopeless Dynamos donate more points Dynamos have every reason to panic. Although they still have four matches to play before the activities for their league programme come to an end, Dynamos have already been relegated to the lower division. Last week they lost two important matches. They gave away league points to Santos, when they lost 2-3 at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium last Wednesday and suffered a 1-2 defeat at the hands of Sivutsa Stars at the Kabokweni Stadium last Saturday. Their defeat against Sivutsa Stars was a confirmation that they will be campaigning under the banner of the Safa second division next season. In the other NFD matches that were also played over the past weekend, the second-placed Thanda Royal Zulu lost 1-2 to United FC. African Warriors shared the spoils 2-all with Polokwane City, while Blackburn Rovers were beaten 0-1 by Roses United. Santos beat Witbank Spurs 2-0 and FC Cape Town were too good for Jomo Cosmos. They beat them 1-0. Mpumalanga Black Aces strengthened their leadership on the log by beating Vasco da Gama 1-0 and FC AK lost 1-2 to Milano United.


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