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MEC Masemola urges the police and community to work together By Elmon Tshikhudo The MEC for Transport and Community Safety, Mr Dickson Masemola, has called on the community to partner with the police and come forward with information that could help the police crack murder cases. Masemola was guest speaker during a recent Limpopo provincial prayer day held at the Mighty Grace Church outside Sibasa. The event was attended by many police officials, including the provincial management, cluster commanders, all chaplains in the province, members of the Thohoyandou Cluster and many community members.
The prayer day in the province formed part of the national prayer month that has been observed in all the provinces. The main aim of the function was to pray for the safety of police officers in the line of their duties. It also served to pay tribute to police members who were killed while on duty. Speaking during the function, MEC Masemola said the fight against crime would never succeed if communities and the police did not join hands and intensify the fight. He urged the police not to give up the fight, no matter the odds, saying that their safety should be their priority. “Families are no longer complete because of the criminals
who decided to cut their lives short. The pain of losing our loved ones will stay with us forever, but rest assured, we will go for these vultures called criminals and together, with the help of the communities, arrest them,” Masemola said. On behalf of the provincial police commissioner, General Christine Morakaladi said that they were there to remember the lives of police officers who had been killed in the line of duty. She urged them to soldier on and protect and safeguard the province. She told the members present to prioritise their lives by using the skills and resources they had to protect themselves.
The secretary of the Tshirundu royal council, Mr Malindi Kwinda Tshirundu (right), gives a report, while the municipal manager of Musina, Mr Nathi Tshiwanammbi (left), Council Speaker Gilbert Netshisaulu and Mayor Mihloti Muhlope listen attentively.
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General Christine Morakaladi (closest to camera) leads the police officers in a song during the function.
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The secretary of the Tshirundu royal council, Mr Malindi Kwinda Tshirundu, said the Tshirundu community was prepared to work with Musina Local Municipality to improve the lives of the Tshirundu land-claim beneficiaries. He was addressing members of the Tshirundu tribe and the political leadership of Musina Municipality during a meeting that was held at Madimbo Community Hall last week Wednesday. Tshirundu said his community had lodged a land claim on several farms around the Musina municipal area. “For the past 23 years, we have been engaging with the relevant authorities to have
our land claim finalized. We are happy that there seems to be the light at the end of the tunnel because the response we are getting is promising. Our future plan is to have a residential and some sort of business area when the claim is finalized.” He said the meeting with the municipality was very important because it gave the municipality an idea about what was transpiring in the Tshirundu community. Tshirundu said his tribe was very confident that their claim would be settled in due course. “We have travelled a long way and our destination now is very near. When we develop our envisaged village and business area, we will definitely need the municipality to come on board in terms
of service delivery. We feel that this meeting will pave the way to develop a very good working relationship between ourselves and the municipality.” Musina Mayor Mihloti Muhlope said the municipality was prepared to work with all stakeholders that represented the interests of the community. “We felt it was important for us to meet the Tshirundu community to hear their side of the story. We advised them to work according to the law and provide us with continuous reports on their initiative. As government, we will not hesitate to work with them, provided that they produce valid and legal documents that confirm that they are beneficiaries of the land they are talking about.”
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Two toddlers from Magau laid to rest councillor and civic decided to approach different institutions Grieving mourners from for assistance. around Vhembe, includThe family spokesperson, ing councillors and family Mr Stanley Mulaudzi, said they members, wept as the coffins were humbled by the gesture of two young girls, Tshilidzi from the donors. “We were Mulamu (3) and Tshinakaho confused and stranded after the Mulaudzi (2), were lowered in tragic loss of our children and the Magau Graveyard on Sat- we did not know what to do,” he urday. The two girls burnt to added. Mulaudzi thanked the death in a shack last Monday. people who had made contributions during the funeral. He The two minors were alone said that the family was still inside the shack when the fire shocked by the horrific death of broke out. Local community the helpless children. members who came to comfort During the burial service, the family felt they had to do the mayor of the Makhado something to help and the ward Municipality, Cllr Samuel By Kaizer Nengovhela
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Munyai, urged mothers and guardians to not leave children unattended while they go away “As a municipality that cares for people’s welfare, we don’t wish to see incidents of this nature happening again in our area,” Munyai said tearfully. “Two beautiful kids lost their lives. Parents must always keep a watchful eye on children.” Vhamusanda Vho-Ndwakhulu Sinthumule urged the community to stand up and ensure that the lives of children are safe. He appealed to the local community to give the families the necessary support while they go through this ordeal.
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New chief to rule at Thongwe village By Silas Nduvheni
The executive mayor of Vhembe, Cllr Dowelani Nenguda (left), Cllr Sarah Rammbuda, Chief Nndondeni Ramuvhundu and Thovhele Ratshibvumo II Rammnuda, photographed after the installation ceremony.
For almost seven years, the rural village of Thongwe near Dzimauli in Ha-Rammbuda was without a traditional leader, but on Saturday, Chief Ndondeni Ramuvhundu was installed as the new leader. The new chief, a professional engineer, said he was aware that the water shortage remained a serious problem. “We will soon drill a communal borehole and connect the water pipes that will supply water to the taps to curb the problem. We also have some unused infrastructure,” he added. He was speaking on Saturday at the Thongwe Sports Grounds, shortly after being installed as new traditional leader. The executive mayor of Vhembe District, Cllr Dowelani Nenguda, said they extended the good working relationship with the traditional leaders, so that they could fasttrack the delivery of services to the communities. “We understand that water
shortages remain a serious problem in rural villages such as Thongwe and others and when we join hands with traditional leaders, life will change for the better for our communities. We will also give more support to subsistence farmers as the Ha-Rammbuda community is known for its active participation in farming,” said Nenguda. Speaking during the installation ceremony, Thovhele Ratshibvumo II Rammbuda urged the new chief to dedicate himself to serving his community without taking sides. During the ceremony, Vusani Ramuvhundu was named khadzi, while Lavhelesani was named ndumi. Chief Ndondeni Ramuvhundu succeeds his father, Chief Nthetsheleseni Ramuvhundu, who passed away in 2013. Representing the traditional leaders of Ha-Rambuda, Chief Nndavheleseni Netshitandani welcomed the new leader to the Ha-Rammbuda Tribal Council and urged him to attend the imbizo at the thovheles’ kraal in Dzimauli village regularly.
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Loading a malaicha’s trailer is a science of its own. The “hard” groceries go in first, followed by blankets, with the building material going on top.
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ait and see for yourself: the sky is the limit,” said the man halfway up the trailer. He was loading more and more goods on what already appeared to be a mountain of luggage. We were about to set off for a journey to Rusape, a town about 250km west of Harare in Zimbabwe. The “malaichas”, as the minibus taxis towing the heavy trailers are more commonly known, have fascinated me for some time. You will find them all along the N1, some even starting their arduous journey in Cape Town. Along the route they pick up more passengers, more luggage and they inevitably break down. The more accepted version states that the word “malaicha” comes from the Ndebele language and means “transporting goods to and from”. There is also a version that says it is derived from the Swahili language where it means “angel or messenger”. I believe there must be something angelic about these transporters, because without a stack-load of belief you will not tackle such journeys with such vehicles over such distances. A couple of months ago the urge to put a “face” to these malaichas developed. Who drives these taxis, where do they go and why are there always empty containers, a little bicycle and bags of blankets to be found somewhere in the stack on the trailer? Two Saturday’s ago, determined to find out how the malaicha operators work, or rather survive, I travelled to South Africa’s most northern town, Musina. From there I had to get a taxi to take me to the border post at Beit Bridge. I planned to go to the small town of Rusape which, according to Google Maps, is exactly 574km from the border post. The road winds up north to Masvingo, where it swerves east before heading north again. Google reckons it should take 7 hours and 22 minutes. I quickly found out that Google does not always know, and it definitely has not encountered a malaicha. Carrying my two bags, I went through customs and crossed the border. A few metres into the Zimbabwean side there is an open area where I was told to look out for a malaicha driver. I was clearly not inconspicuous, as an army of taxi drivers quickly approached me. A frantic scuffle en-
sued during which I had to fight to stop the taxi drivers from grabbing my bags. Luckily, a Zimbabwean policeman came to my rescue, calling them to order and guiding me to the correct taxi rank. At the Dulibadzimu rank, I rushed straight to a taxi destined for Rusape. “We have to load everything quickly, so that we leave Beit Bridge earlier,” said one of the helpers loading the trailer. I stood watching while the pile simply got higher and higher. The stack contained building material, empty 25-litre containers (lots of them), blankets, boxes of soap, cooking oil, bicycles, disposable nappies and large bags full of chips packages (commonly known as masimba). I was curious as to why such a strange collection of luggage. “We have to buy these empty 25-litre containers. In Zimbabwe the taps are dry most of the days, so we need to store water. We need a lot of water. At times the taps run dry for almost a week,” said one of the female passengers, whom the others call “Senior”. She goes by that name because she has been a cross-border trader since 2000. She buys groceries and other goods from Musina for resale in Rusape. I asked her about the other products on the trailer, like the masimba (small packets of flavoured chips). “Those are for the children,” she said, explaining that it is the cheapest “lunch pack” that parents can give to their children when sending them off to school in the morning. As far as the loading of the trail-
will be either packets of masimba, pampers (disposable nappies) or blankets. It is not only the trailer that has to carry the burden. On the front seat of the 26-seater taxi, the bags containing packets of bread and biscuits are loaded. The passengers go towards the rear of the vehicle. “Why do you use the Ivecos?” I ask the driver. “We prefer using them because they can pull very well and our passengers are comfortably seated all the way to Rusape,” he says. Behind the taxi, at the trailer, the wall goes up until every item is loaded. The load is covered with a plastic sheet and wrapped with a spider’s net of ropes. The last items to be loaded are the tyres and the building material, some of which stick out of the back and the front of the trailer. We departed from Beit Bridge at around 18:00 and I was hoping that we would arrive at Rusape in the early morning hours. This was, unfortunately, not to be. After travelling for about 100km, the first two tyres burst. To me it felt as if we were in the midst of nowhere, but the driver and helper did not seem perturbed. Two spare wheels were collected from the trailer and an hour later we were on the road again. A 150km further we stopped again. Another tyre was flat, but this time it was fixed and pumped up again. From there on it became a pattern and every 100km we stopped to check and replace tyres. I realised why so many tyres had to be loaded onto the trailer.
on cross-border trade. All goods brought from South Africa need to be declared and the necessary money paid. It became clear that the malaicha drivers are forced to be pragmatic when law enforcers pounce. It is simply easier to pay the informal “fine” when travelling on Zimbabwean roads. The “going rate” seems to be 20 Zimbabwean Bonds (about R30 at the time of travelling). For the rest of the night and most of the following day, we slowly made our way to the north. The driver may have confidence in the Iveco’s “pulling power”, but it is nowhere near fast, doing anything between 80 and 90km/h. We reached Rusape at about 16:00, after spending almost 22 hours in the taxi. My fellow-passengers were mostly small traders, doing the route at least twice a week. After reaching home on Sunday afternoon, they take a bit of a rest. On Tuesday afternoon, they leave Rusape again, heading south. They arrive on Wednesday in Musina and do their shopping. Some go further south where the big retailers are. On Wednesday evening the malaichas head north. They arrive on Thursday afternoon and the next day the journey to the south repeats itself. For the drivers, one of the biggest challenges is to buy fuel. Fuel gets bought on what is known as the “parallel market”. This means spotting a person standing next to the road who will flag you down and then quickly collect a container full of fuel from the bush. “We have no choice but to buy from the parallel market, because we are not sure when we will get fuel. Today we have used almost R1,000 worth of fuel from Beit Bridge to Rusape,” he tells me. Is it really worth it? For me it is difficult to say. I paid R150 for my ticket to Rusape. The profit margins cannot be big, if there are any profits to be made at all. Expenses such as fuel and maintenance are exorbitant. The hours are long and the treatment unkind. Still, in a country where people have become so used The driver and helpers get ready to load the trailer at Beit Bridge. to economic hardships, it is something to cling on to. er is concerned, there seems to be The trip was further delayed by It puts food on the table. some sort of strategy. Boxes of soap a law-enforcement operation by form the first layer, followed by the Zimbabwean police. They are (Published in conjunction with boxes of cooking oil. On the sides apparently trying to clamp down GroundUp - www.groundup.co.za)
“Dreaming big is my winning formula and I have been applying it in my life for some years now - and the results are always satisfying.” Those were the words of the 24-year-old author from Dzingahe village, Tshauambea “Tshau” Ramukumba, who had just achieved another milestone by winning the title of SA Inspirational Woman of the Year 2019 during the Miss Phenomenal Woman of the Year 2020 Awards. The event was held at the Apollo Hotel in Randburg in Gauteng on Saturday. “Leaving the universe without a trace or mark of motivation, inspiration and achievement has never been part of my plan, even from a younger age,” she said. “I am honestly living my dreams, and this has become apparent when I won this very award which I am now celebrating.” She stated that it had been a difficult journey that she had to travel, and that she had to remain calm and confident even though winds of discouragement had blown along the way. “I was very scared, but some of my fellow contestants encouraged me and told me the title was mine as my work so deserved,” she said. She thanked Adivhaho Mbedzi, Onndwela Makhale and Karabelo Pulela for believing in her. She further said that she appreciated the support she received from her mother, Ms Grace Ramukumba, and her sister, Tshinanne Ramukumba. “I extend special thanks to all the people who voted for me,” she said. “I won and am overwhelmed with joy. It feels like a dream!” She said that the fact that she had won was more than just carrying a title, but that she had to work towards changing the lives of other women for the better. “My winning will empower them even more,” she said. “When they see a woman like me who comes from Dzingahe making it in the world, they will also see that everything is possible if they put in more effort and make a reasonable plan.” Tshau is also a published author, after the release of her debut book, Shades of Shock. She is available on Facebook as ‘Author Tshauambea Princess Ramukumba’.
Tshauambea “Tshau” Ramukumba, who has just scored another milestone. Photo supplied.
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Shanzha celebrates African culture travel to faraway places. The chairperson for the ConHundreds of villagers, gress of Traditional Leaders of visitors, cultural dignitarSouth Africa in Vhembe, Mr ies and traditional leaders Prince Gulukhulu Mathebugathered in huge tents that la, said that the organisation left a semi-circle space in the promoted and advocated for centre at Shanzha village on the unity of and recognition a scorching Saturday two of traditional leadership at all weeks ago. social levels. The melodious sounds of “Above all, we promote nanga (indigenous flutes) peace, unity, and harmony – permeated the air from the and we want to see such taking semi-circle centre as men, root in all our villages and all lads and boys blew into them, other places where people find creating the ancient music that themselves inhabiting,” he said. the forefathers had enjoyed “Let’s get back to our roots. through the centuries. If you respect and listen to This happened during the your traditional leaders, you’ll Shanzha Day event, which is a also refrain from fighting heritage celebration aimed at among yourselves and in your informing and educating the families. Every relationship community about the history of has got problems of its own, so the village and its people. stop killing one another and “This is a great day in the children because love has come history of Shanzha village, to an end – rather separate in peace.” Thovhele Vho-Mailausumbwa Tshivhase said: “This is a day on which we are celebrating. And when we celebrate, we make fewer speeches and focus on celebrating through singing and dancing, and feasting.” He then led the sacred tshikona dance, while all other traditional leaders followed him in sync with Thovhole Vho-Mailausumbwa Tshivhase (left) leads the sacred tshikona the flutes, and the while Vhakoma-vhahulwane Vho-Muthuphei Malusele Mukumbani and sacred ngoma. Vhamusanda Vho-Pfananani Shavhani follow with other dignitaries. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho
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where we are all gathering here to celebrate our culture,” said Vhamusanda Vho-Pfananani Shavhani. “We all know what it means to be a Muvenda or African; it has its value and worth that cannot be stolen from us. It starts from within and then we live it, and it becomes evident in our conduct or lifestyle.” He said the value of the event was that it brought members of the community together to celebrate heritage and culture. “We pride ourselves on wearing traditional and cultural attire that also reminds the younger generation that they need to be proud of their culture,” he said. He added that people should pride themselves on their culture and refuse the temptation to shed their traditions and norms once they get to universities in the big cities or
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Three learners of Mbilwi win bursary funds By Silas Nduvheni Three learners of the Mbilwi Secondary School recently won a public-speaking competition organized by the Department of Water and Sanitation. Mavhungu Mavhusha, Nyamudzhedzi Nemanashe and Tshedza Nemavhola, all in Grade 11 and 16 years of age, were on cloud nine on Monday at an event held in school’s Mr Cedrick Lidzhade (left), the principal square when an official from the department of Mbilwi Secondary, receives the certifipresented them with bursaries to further their cate from Mr Ronald Matukane, the acting studies. director of water sector support in the The principal of the school, Mr Cedrick Department of Water and Sanitation. Lidzhade, said that his school was the top school in the province and “we are always winners, as both learners and educators are hard workers. These learners have made life easier for their parents as they will pay their tuition fees themselves with the bursaries they won”. The acting director of water sector support in the department, Mr Ronald Matukane, said the learners would have to study towards water-related courses in their tertiary education, so that they could help the department after getting their degrees. One of the learners, Mavhungu Mavhusha, said that they would work hard to Seated from left to right are the three winners, Tshedza Nemavhola, Mavhungu Mavhusha and Nyamudzhedzi Nem- pass their matric with flying colours, so that they would anashi. Standing from left to right are Messrs Aubrey Mube able to use their bursaries laudzi, Cedrick Lidzhade, Ronald Matukane and Ntsedzeni fruitfully. Mandoma (Sibasa Circuit office).
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Kekana promotes cyber safety By Mbulaheni Ridovhona As part of the cyber-safety awareness campaign, the Deputy Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies, Pinky Kekana, visited Tshikwarani Primary School at Madombidzha last Friday to educate learners and educators to be more vigilant about practicing safe online habits. Kekana said the fact that cybercrime continued to evolve with new threats surfacing every year was well documented. “Youths and women are the most vulnerable when it comes to cybercrimes. Cyber criminals commit crimes by targeting sensitive data in computers, mobile devices or
networks. Cybercrimes include security breaches, identity theft, cyber-stalking, harassment, bullying, and child sexual exploitation.” Kekana said that her department had developed awareness programmes to educate all South Africans about the dangers presented by cyberspace. “While making the communities aware of the threats, we should not deter them from interacting online or conducting business. The basic precautions to cybersecurity include not disclosing personal information such as passwords for computers or PINs for bank cards. All online transactions should be done from trusted computers or terminals.” She also donated 12 laptops
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Art & Entertainment Second album for Jongwe Guru Entertainment “I am blind, but I can see the future. We must never allow disability to be a stumbling block to our success…” These are the words of Humbulani Munyai, known as Jongwe Guru in the music industry. Munyai, a famous blind musician from Musina, released his second album, Mpho ya tshiphiri (Secret gift) last week. A staunch Christian, Munyai says although disabled people are faced with many challenges in life, standing up and building a bright future for themselves were important for them. “Imagine walking into the studio and singing in front of the microphone that you don’t even see. I must imagine what the studio equipment looks like and made sure that I produce the music that people will enjoy. But the fact that I don’t see does not mean that I cannot do what other people do.” The singer, who has an interest in farming, says it took him three years to compile and work on the album. “The album deals with ordinary life topics such as love, respect and the hardships of life that people come across daily. “Music is a vehicle of unity and it is
important to unite the community through this platform. I have also included Shona lyrics in other songs because I also have a large following in Zimbabwe. I’m happy that, even though the album is a just week old, it has already started receiving airplay on various radio stations. My fans are also calling, and I have also sold more than 300 copies.” He says he was inspired by the late Zimbabwean blind musician, Paul Matavire, who released hit after hit. “If the late Matavire could do it, I can also do it. He made me fall in love with Jit (a style of dance music popular in Zimbabwe) music and I started to prepare myself to record my first album in 2015. I had to stand up and follow my dreams because nobody would have done that for me. I also want to encourage other disabled community members to follow their dreams and forget about their disabilities.” Munyai’s new album comprises eight songs that will get people’s feet tapping. These include Ndi na ye, Khonani yanga, Mazhakandila, Vhananga, Tshi sa fheli tshi a tula, Mbilu yanga, Bebi Rangu and the title track, Mpho ya Tshiphiri. For public performances, CD sales and bookings, Munyai can be phoned on 072 078 6054.
“I am your servant, dear listeners!” By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho For Ewald Mokoditoa, radio has been his first love from a very young age. In fact, he cannot even recall the exact year when he first fell in love with the radio. A resident of Tshikota location outside Louis Trichardt, Ewald joined Makhado FM in 2012 as a volunteer to address his passion. “I knew that volunteering to do unpaid work for the radio station would come with financial implications on my side, but since I loved what I was getting myself into, I didn’t view the financial expenditure as a loss,” he said. “I wanted to be groomed into a professional radio personality from the practical side where I trained right in the field of work.” He is one man who thrives mostly on challenges because, he says, without challenges growth is scarce. “I love how the radio challenges me to be versatile and I also love and get amazed by the process of putting a show together,” he said. “Producing for me is like putting a puzzle into place,
so that my audience can see the picture.” He stated that he had always been fascinated by the science behind the radio and how it worked. “I wanted to understand how a voice made it to my radio at home,” he said. “Even today when I get behind the microphone or am just in the background as a producer, I tell myself that I am only a servant to the listeners out there, who always expect quality broadcasting.” Radio also taught him some virtues, such as abiding by the rules and regulations governing the radio station. “I am compelled to abide by ICASA regulations and the station’s broadcasting policy,” he said. “I am not allowed to wear any political regalia or hold any executive position within a party because I must not appear to be biased in my reporting.” He is currently producing two programmes, The Bridge (12:00-14:00) and Maswa Maswa (19:00-20:00) on weekdays.
Pastor Lufuno Tshabuse launches her book
Blind singer Humbulani Jongwe Guru Munyai of Musina has released his second album, Mpho ya tshiphiri.
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Vendaboy Poet scoops up SATMA award By Mbulaheni Ridovhona Lutendo Evans Mugagadeli, better known as Vendaboy Poet, recently won the Best Tshivenda Album award during the South African Traditional Music Awards (SATMA) held at Mmabatho Convention Centre in Mahikeng, North West. He managed to beat Sikheli Junior, and Thifhelimbilu & Gazlam. The awards were held under the theme Free to be me. In an interview with Limpopo Mirror, the delighted poet said: “I feel very honoured and humbled to be recognized for my music. I would like to thank God for giving me this talent. I also thank my fans and my mother for their support. To everyone who was nominated in the SATMA Awards, we are all winners. It’s not about winning the award but making it to the nominations is the same as winning.” He further thanked the promoters, event organisers, and all the radio stations that keep on playing his music. “To young poets and musicians, please stay in school and have a backup plan, because the music and entertainment industry is cruel,” he said. Vendaboy Poet hails from Ha-Manyima and his poetry also serves as an artistic expression against nepotism, hate and discrimination. “I recite poetry in six languages, which are Sepedi, Tshivenda, Xitsonga, Isizulu, Isixhosa
and English. I’m a performer who gives the audience tears of joy,” he said. The SATMA awards were founded by Dr Dumisani Goba in 2005 and aim to unearth and develop traditional musicians by providing them with a platform that will recognize, honour, award and showcase their God-given talents.
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Art & Entertainment Children and parents ﬁnd happiness Black Culture cements love for music in Maskots festival By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Fun lovers believe that if the Mascots and Kidz Festival 2019 directors keep hosting the event, criminal activities committed by young people in the Nzhelele area and surrounding areas will decrease dramatically or even disappear. At a festival that was attended by over 7 000 people, this was the general consensus from the majority of fun lovers at the Mphephu Resort on Saturday. “We have never attended or witnessed a festival of this nature before, where people do not Makhadzi in action.
fight among themselves but rather focus on Kind Monada performs having fun during the children’s festival. and enjoying the festival,” said an attendee, Ms Ndivhudza Nengwenani. “I came here with my three children and one granddaughter to play and have fun. We pray that we have this kind of festival at least four times a year.” According to Nengwenani, even teenagers were now accustoming themselves to mascot activities that they could engage in instead of roaming the streets. The festival is hosted by VCC Music and the organisation’s managing director, Mr Tshilidzi Bobodi, said that the management wished to thank all people, young and old, who had attended the festival. “We are humbled by the marked growth of the festival, both in numbers and the kind of activities that we make available to the children and their guardians,” Bobodi said. “We always aim to please the attendees, and when we hear that they are happy even after the event, it makes us happy too.” The Mascots and Kidz Festival, through its diverse activities, aims to stimulate children’s minds and educate them.
Mak Dee the Vocalist belts out wonderful verses By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Mak Dee the Vocalist’s talent as a singer lies in his amazing voice, which has had many producers and music promoters calling him with great offers, but he has had to be calculated and focus on his best interests as a singer. “I may have a great and unique voice, but that is not enough in the music industry – one has to write new songs, find a style of their own and maximise on that, and that’s exactly what I have been doing as an artist,” he said. A resident of Mulelu village, who was born Avhakholwi Edwin Mavhungu, Mak Dee the Vocalist is a hip-hop, Afro-pop,
house and dance-hall singer. “I discovered my talent when I was at school, and this was after my teacher had heard me many times singing a song Dorah by Adziambei Band,” he said. “I was so good in rendering that song that my teacher encouraged me to join the school choir.” He met the talented producer, Fusco Bell, who helped him record his debut single, entitled This is my dream, on which he featured Young Face and King Mart. “It was a house song that became very popular with the people out there, and it introduced me to music lovers,” he said. He cemented his name in the music industry with more
songs which, among others, include Ndi A Mufuna, Lwo Fhela, She Stole My Heart, Gal You’re Mine, Do You Remember, Hello, Kha Fholise Mbilu, and A Sorry Mama. “I sing from the heart and that’s one reason why people love my music,” he said. “It’s the kind of music that unites people while catering for their entertainment appetite.” He has shared the stage with prominent artists such as Colbert Mukwevho, Jininka, Dr Mario, Proheed, Zozo and Sengere Super Beat, and Malume Shinabya. Mak Dee the Vocalist is available on Facebook and can be phoned on 079 598 8487.
By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho A locally brewed group, Black Culture, is continuing to cement their name in the music industry. This was evinced by their winning the award for the best Tshivenda Dance Album of the Year during this year’s edition of the Tshivenda Music Awards (TSHIMA). Black Culture comprises three singers, Rendani ‘Dr Mario’ Mukwevho, Mashudu ‘Edgaro’ Libago and Khangwelo ‘Kavirl De Soul’ Makhuge, who had all come together for the love of music. “We started by sampling house music in 2012 and 2013 as a group, and it is obvious that we have come a long way as singers,” Kavirl De Soul said. The group then became famous with their début album, entitled African Rhythms, in 2015 and along the way they worked with artists such as Kalifonia Black, Xoli M, B-Force, and Grey Culture. “African Rhythms was nominated for the Tshivenda Music Awards and the South African Music Awards in 2015, and we were all happy and pleased with the nominations,” Kavirl De Soul said. “We also topped the charts on SABC radio stations with songs from that album.” Kavirl De Soul stated that music had become a way of life for them. “Music means everything to us; it is more like a pill,” he said. “We find peace when we listen to music. It does not matter the genre, as long as it’s good music, then it makes sense to us.” Black Culture are pleased that they had managed to achieve many milestones, despite the fact that they had to overcome difficulties that came in the form of discouragement from people who did not believe in them. “Believing in oneself is the best medicine,” he said.
PHALAPHALA FM VISITS SINTHUMULE By Kaizer Nengovhela Phalaphala FM continues to pay courtesy visits to the senior traditional leaders around Vhembe and last weekend the team visited Thovhele Vho-Rudzani Harold Sinthumule. Community members from around the area were excited to meet the presenters. The station’s on-air personnel also motivated pupils from secondary schools around the area. Vendors came out in their numbers and had an opportunity to sell their products to the crowd that had gathered there, while listeners met their favourite Phalaphala FM on-air personalities and spent the day with them. On Saturday, Rialuvhu was broadcast from the Ravele sports grounds. The programme concentrated on different activities, including traditional dancing for senior citizens as a way of promoting good health. A Phalaphala FM soccer team also played against the Sinthumule soccer team. The match attracted a lot of the loyal listeners. The station also broadcast live interviews with the listeners to get their views about the visit to the Sinthumule area. Phalaphala FM’s Mr Mulalo Ramarumo said that the station started with an initiative some years ago, where the station visit various chieftaincies in Vhembe, with the objective of building a strong relationship between the station’s listeners and royal chieftaincies. “Our aim is to engage with our listeners, show how much we appreciate their support and, in the process, build the much-needed emotional bond between our audience and the station,” Ramarumo said. “This is an opportunity for businesses to market their brands by partnering with brand Phalaphala FM. We call upon businesses in different areas, in partnership with Vho-Thovhele, to engage with us, so that we can make visits to their respective areas a reality. We also believe this initiative will serve to remind our youth about the importance of showing respect to our traditional leaders.” He added that it was an indication that Phalaphala FM continued to connect to its listeners and would always strive to inspire in line with the corporate vision of the SABC. “Our aim is to educate, preserve, promote and protect the Tshivenda culture and customs. We will try and visit as many parts of our listeners’ footprint to be closer to our listeners because we love them.” On behalf of Thovhele Vho-Rudzani Sinthumule, Thovhele Vho-Vele Kutama said that he was pleased that Phalaphala FM had come to spend time with the Sinthumule area residents and the neighbouring villages. Kutama said that a need existed to teach young children about the value of culture and the importance of restoring it. “Culture and tradition are the foundation on which the prosperity of each nation starts. A nation that does not respect its culture is doomed and does not have any direction.” He appealed to the youth to respect elderly people and stated that Africans must be proud of themselves, their culture and traditions. He stressed the fact that immorality is the enemy of traditional leaders, since people have moved away from good morals.
Rendani ‘Dr Mario’ Mukwevho. Photo supplied.
Mazwale entertains the guests during the event.
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Khangwelo ‘Kavirl De Soul’ Makhuge. Photo supplied.
Mashudu ‘Edgaro’ Libago. Photo supplied.
From left to right are Vhavenda Vho-King Sinthumule, Makhado Mayor Samuel Munyai and Thovhele Vho-Vele Kutama.
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Cultural expert, author, traditional healer and academic Zacharia Tshivhengwa Ramaliba leads the powerful Tshikona tsha Tshidzivhe during the mphaso ceremony at Tshiungani on Sunday.
“After this mphaso our nation will be healed,” says cultural expert News from Musina “A nation that does not embrace and practice its cultural and traditional customs is doomed forever. That is why we see so many mysterious things happening in our communities today.” These are the words from the highly respected cultural expert, author, traditional healer and academic, Zacharia Tshivhengwa Ramaliba. Ramaliba was speaking after he had led his annual mphaso (event to appease the ancestors) ceremony that took place at his homestead in Tshiungani village, near Madimbo, on Sunday. Led by the powerful tshikona tsha Tshidzivhe, the ceremony saw hundreds
of people enjoying traditional dances while Ramaliba assumed the authority of communicating with the ancestors according to strict cultural practices. Ramaliba, who holds a master’s degree in linguistics, said the mphaso ceremony opened a direct line of communication between any clan and the ancestors. “Those who believe in this practice will tell you that it works. But since South Africa is a democratic country, people can choose what they believe in without compromising the religion of one another. The process we are undertaking today was passed on to us from our forefathers and we will never abandon it. Slaughtering a huge bull and brewing drums
of traditional beer became part of the practice. We believe that after this ceremony, our nation will be healed, and things will move accordingly for everyone who believes in what we are doing.” He encouraged communities to be proud of their cultural and traditional practices. “It does not need a guest speaker to emphasize that if you do not know where you come from, you will definitely get lost in trying to reach your destination. If we teach our children about the importance of our cultural practices, we will be able to pass these important practices from generation to generation,” said Ramaliba, who has authored and published more than 20 books. A staunch traditionalist and president of the Vhembe
Traditional Healers Association, Ramaliba has travelled to places such as California, Arizona, New York and Canada to treat patients and share indigenous knowledge systems. “If you have a gift from the ancestors, you must use it for the benefit of everyone, but it is important to appease the ancestors at all times. As a traditional healer and cultural expert, I am more highly regarded in foreign countries than here at home. Some people do not understand when they see different patients, black and white, coming to my house for treatment. Everyone is here on earth for a reason. Mine is to preserve culture and tradition while at the same time saving lives.”
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to do their homework and to seek guidance from experienced people such as Murovhi. He also encouraged businesses to take a cue from Murovhi Financial Services and to plough back into their communities and assist in the development of the rural areas. “A man becomes a product of his thoughts,” remarked the MEC for the Limpopo Department of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs (CoGHSTA), Mr Basikopo Makamu. Makamu said that God had given the people a gift in the form of Mr Masala Murovhi. He praised Murovhi for his loving and caring spirit and the way he helps the poorest of the poor in the various communities. (continues on p12)
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Murovhi Financial Services celebrate 16 years (continues from p11) Makamu encouraged all present to preserve the region’s unique cultures. He urged them to teach the young ones the history of the Venda people, where they came from and where they were heading, so that it could not be forgotten. He acknowledged Murovhi’s contribution towards uplifting various communities. “Some of them do not even know that what they are doing for the community is being observed and appreciated. Some work under difficult conditions without expecting compensation. We have to acknowledge the good work that they are doing,” he said. Thovhele Maano Vho-Netsianda urged other businesspeople to
invest in the province. “You will never make a mistake by doing business with Murovhi Financial Services, because one development leads to another,” he said. Netsianda also touched on the need that culture be preserved. He said that it was sad to find that some parents seemed to be proud when their children could not pronounce a Venda word, but only speak English, even at their homes. “Let us invest in our children and by doing so, we will be investing in the future of the country,” he said. During his address, Mr Masala Murovhi said that he owed his success to all the people who had made him what he was. Murovhi has tried his hand at different ini-
tiatives while experimenting with life. “I told myself that I would not die doing heavy work, because I am the master of my own destiny,” he said. Looking back at the company’s history, Murovhi said that the past 16 years had been no easy road. “Had it not been for God’s strength and power, we could have not achieved anything,” he said. He expressed his appreciation to Vhembe Executive Mayor Dowelani Nenguda. the pastors who always prayed for him. “It is through those pastors who always pray for me that even those who do not know me support me,” he said. He was also thankful for the fact that his business could provide jobs for a number of people. (continues on p13)
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Murovhi Financial Services celebrate 16 years (continues from p12) Archbishop David Mureri of the UAAC said he was proud of what Masala Murovhi had accomplished in the community and his success in business. “Our people must be taught that there is nothing wrong with visiting a broker like Murovhi,” he said. He also encouraged Murovhi to work closely with traditional leaders. Mureri said Africans needed to come to their senses and respect their traditional leaders.
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community, this country would be a better place to live in,” he said. He said it was very rare for big business to think of assisting the communities in which they did their business, since most just looked at the profit side. Pastor TP Mulaudzi said that Murovhi was a Christian, but he also traveled around the country, motivating companies and churches on the subject of giving. He is a successful businessman who has won many awards in the insurance industry. Mulanga Mugeri, consultant of MFS.
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Kaizer wins Photographer of the Year trophy In each category there were three nominees. By winning the Photographer of the Year award, Nengovhela not only received a trophy, but also a cheque of R20 000. The photographer from Tshiozwi in the Madombidzha district was delighted when he heard he had won. “I shoot in the dusty villages where most photographers shy away from. There is hidden sporting talent in these communities. My aim is to expose the talent. This could be an eye-opener for bigger sports clubs,” said Nengovhela earlier this week. Nengovhela said that photographers must accept that their photos will not always be appreciated by everyone. Kaizer Nengovhela won the Photographer of the Year tro“Criticism is the other phy during the 2019 Limpopo Sports Awards. recipe (for a successful held at Meropa Casino on Friday night. Limpopo Mirror correThe Limpopo Sports spondent Kaizer Nengovawards were hosted by the hela won the Photographer Limpopo MEC for Sports, of the Year trophy during Arts and Culture, Thandi the 2019 Limpopo Sports Moraka. Altogether there awards. The trophies were were 16 categories, which handed over to the winners included the Sportsman and during a gala function Sportswoman of the Year. By Bernard Chiguvare
career). Accept it and try focus on that,” he said. Nengovhela expressed his appreciation for the support that he receives from family, friends, colleagues and the various editors. “I would not make it on my own if these people do not support me,” he said. He said that he would not enter for next year’s competition, in order to give young and upcoming photographers the opportunity to shine. “I have been competing in this competition for a long time and I feel it is time to give others a chance. I will not be entering the competition for the next two years,” he said. After this “sabbatical”, however, Nengovhela warns that he will be “back with a bang”. “I will come back armed with sharp eyes and improved shooting styles,” he promised.
Visionary pastor, Dr Ragimana, laid to rest By Silas Nduvheni Thousands of people from all corners of the country and the SADC region paid their last respects to well-known pastor Dr Maswole Petrus Ragimana of the Living Gospel World Mission Church Tshilivho at Ha-Makhuvha outside Thohoyandou on Tuesday.
The late Dr Maswole Petrus Ragimana.
His funeral service, which was attended by church leaders, political and senior traditional leaders, was held in the big church hall and those who could not be accommodated were able to view the funeral proceedings on big screens outside the hall. He was later buried inside the church surroundings. His close friend, wellknown pastor Dr Elijah Maswanganyi, Bishop Jacob Wahmbede from Kenya, ANC national spokesperson Pule Mabe, EFF leader Julius Malema, Executive Mayor Dowelani Nenguda, Thulamela local mayor Avhashoni Tshifhango, Vhavenda acting king Toni Mphephu Ramabulana and other dignitaries attended the funeral.
Dr Ragimana (81) of Sibasa Unit A died peacefully while on holiday with family in a hotel in Cape Town on 2 October after a short illness. Ragimana was described as a hard worker and visionary leader who always led his congregation in the right direction. Dr Elijah Maswanganyi said that Ragimana was characterized by humility, while Executive Mayor Nenguda said that Dr Ragimana was the ambassador of the district in the SADC region because of the church branches he had already opened. When reading the obituary, Mr Khuliso Kharivhe said Dr Ragimana had been born and raised in Ha-Sinthumule outside Makhado. He had ac-
cepted the Lord Jesus Christ as personal Saviour and later been baptized in the Faith Mission Church in 1960. “He qualified as trained pastor in 1972 and later in 1997 resigned in the Faith Mission Church and started the Living Gospel World Mission Church. His church has 65 congregations in South Africa, 35 in Tanzania, 37 in the Democratic Republic of Congo and has grown beyond the borders of the African continent to Asia, where there are 27 churches in India,” Kharivhe said. Dr Ragimana left behind his wife, Ms Evelina Matsidiso Ragimana, and three children, Ester, Maureen and Praise.
Photographed are, standing from left to right, Ms Lydia Rambulana, Mr Tshililo Rambau (winner) and Mesdames Matevhu Mamafha and Elisabeth Maremba.
Muungadi Primary teacher receives provincial award By Kaizer Nengovhela Mr Tshililo Rambau, a teacher at Muungadi Primary School at Zamenkomste, received the provincial Excellence Natural Science and Technology teaching award during a ceremony at The Ranch Hotel near Polokwane a fortnight ago. He received a certificate, a trophy, a laptop, and a DVD and data projector. Rambau started teaching in 2007. He told Limpopo Mirror that the secret behind his success was hard work, teamwork, networking and proper time management. “I never procrastinate, and I make friends with people whom I know I will learn from. I also go to other schools to learn how they work, so that I can also use the knowledge to benefit my pupils.”
He added that he made sure that he became accessible to the pupils. He added that he was not motivated by greed, as he did not get incentives for achieving outstanding results. “I do not get paid extra for my achievements, but I stay at school after the normal schooling hours for the sake of our pupils,” he said. He said teaching was a calling to him and the love of his learners made him go the extra mile in assisting all of them to pass. “I am urging other teachers to work very hard to ensure that our learners are getting the necessary education they deserve,” he said. Rambau thanked the department for initiating the competition and his principal, SGB and his colleagues for being supportive. He said that he would not disappoint Limpopo when he was going to the national award ceremony later this month.
CPA aims to create 100 jobs Parkrun now starts at 07:00 By Kaizer Nengovhela
The Tshathongwe Communal Property Association (CPA) in the Makhado area aims to transform a portion of land restored to them through the restitution programme and turn it into a tourism and farming attraction. Representatives from the Department of Tourism, accompanied by Chief Livhuwani Matsila, visited the Tshathongwe CPA last month. The CPA aims to establish a camping site, guest house and recreational facilities on the portion of land, as well as a cattle and vegetable farm. If successful, the initiative will employ about 100 people from the community in its first phase. To reach their dream, the Tshathongwe CPA requested assistance from
Chief Matsila, who has previously created more than 500 jobs in his area. According to Mr Willy Hadzhi, chairperson of the Tshathongwe CPA, they believe that, through this initiative, many will gain part-time and full-time employment as the project kicks off. Hadzhi added that poverty and unemployment were very high within the Nthabalala area, hence their asking Matsila for assistance. “As traditional leaders we are tasked with looking after our subjects and we can achieve this if we assist each other. For me, rural development has become a passion that I will preach wherever I go. I do not expect any reward for this as I do it on a voluntary basis. The best payment that will make me happy is that many of the unemployed get employed at the project. I am available to help,” Chief Matsila told Limpopo Mirror.
Members of the Tshathongwe CPA, Chief Livuwani Matsila (middle back) and representatives from the Department of Tourism, photographed during a visit to the area.
The Louis Trichardt Parkrun will start earlier this Saturday. The organisers of the event announced that from 12 October the Parkrun will start at 07:00, instead of the usual 08:00. According to Ferreira Nel, one of the local organisers, it was decided to change the starting time to 07:00 during the summer period. This was to compensate for the hot summer mornings. It may also assist some of the businesspeople who want to do the Parkrun and be back at their shops when they open at 09:00. The weekly Parkrun initiative has shown consistent growth the past year. The group of runners and walkers start off at the information centre on the corner of Songozwi Street and the N1. The route that they follow stretches all the way to Stubbs Street where it turns north and then heads back. The runners and walkers do two rounds, which total five kilometres. The Parkrun is an international event, supported by millions of people who believe in a healthy lifestyle and communities. No fees are payable and the events are run by groups of volunteers. People are advised to register first at www.parkrun.co.za to obtain a registration card with a unique barcode. The card can be printed out and will be scanned at the finish line. Every athlete’s time is captured on the online website and serves as an activity tracker, showing details such as fastest times and overall performance.
Louis Trichardt High School held their annual prize-giving event at the school last Thursday, 3 October. Among the top awards the evening were those for the best-performing students in the junior (Grade 8 and 9) and senior phase (Grade 10 to 12). The trophy for best performer in the junior phase went to Grade 9 student Khuthadzo Budeli (left) with an average of 92,2%. Grade 12 student Khudani Kubayi (right) walked away with the trophy for the best performer in the senior phase with an average of 88,7%.
This group of learners from Louis Trichardt High School were announced as the top academic performers in their respective grades the past year. In front, from left to right, are Anam Yelukar (Grade 8) and Khuthi Budeli (Grade 9). At the back are Thembinkosi Mabasa (Grade 11), Khavisani Malele (Grade 10) and Khodani Kubayi (Grade 12). Their awards were handed to them during the school’s annual prize-giving function last Thursday.
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DZILI DEVELOPMENT CENTRE THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY We, Dzili Development Centre, being the authorized agent of the registered owners of the Erven men�oned below, hereby given in terms of sec�on 62 of the Thulamela Land Use Management ByLaws Schedule and reads with the Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act, 16 of 2013, that we have applied to the Thulamela Local Municipality for a Rezoning on the following proper�es: Erf 2823 Shayandima Ext 3. Plans and par�culars of the applica�on will lie for inspec�on during normal oﬃce hours at the oﬃce of town planners, 1st ﬂoor, Thohoyandou Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building for the period of 30 days from the 4th October 2019 being the ﬁrst day of this publica�on. Objec�ons and/or comments or representa�on in respect of the applica�on must be lodged with or made in wri�ng to the municipality at the above address or at private bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 within 30 days from the date of ﬁrst publica�on. Address of agent: 440 Ivor Avenue Mountain view│ Pretoria│0082, Tel: 012 755 9937/076 985 7671 Fax; 086 239 8342, Email: email@example.com THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Rine vha Dzili Development Centre, vha imeleli vhare mulayoni vha vhane vha mavu o nwaliwaho �asi, Ri nea ndivhadzo malugana na khethekanyo 62 of the Thulamela Land Use Management By-Laws Schedule, ri tshi ivhala khathihi na khethekanyo Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act, 16 of 2013, uri ro ita khumbelo Masipalani wa Thulamela Local Municipality Makhado malugana na u shandukisa kushumisele kwa mavu kha zwi tentsi zwi tevhelaho: Erf 2823 Shayandima Ext 3. Pulane na dzinwe dokhumenthe dza khumbelo iyi dzinga wanala oﬁsini ya Town planner, Thohoyandou Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building lwa maduvha a 30 ubva dzi 4th Khubvumedzi 2019 line lavha duvha la u thoma la ino khunguwedzo. Khanedzano na vhunwe vhudipﬁ vhunga rumeliwa kha adiresi ya private bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 nga ngomu ha maduvha a 30. Adiresi ya Vhaimeleli, 440 Ivor Avenue Mountain view│ Pretoria│0082, Tel: 012 755 9937/076 985 7671 Fax; 086 239 8342, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org KHONGOLOTI CONSULTANT CC (Ref: Maungane BS139417 Eng 04/10/19) THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CLAUSE 28 OF THULAMLA
LAND USE SCHEME, 2006 APPLICATION FOR: Erec�on of a Vodacom Cellular Mast and Base Sta�on In terms of Clause 28 of Thulamela Land Use Scheme, 2006 no�ce is hereby given that I/ we, the undersigned to apply to Thulamela Local Municipality for special consent to conduct the following land use ac�vi�es: Erec�on of a Vodacom Cellular Mast and Base Sta�on. On stand/ holding/ farm por�on: THE REMAINING EXTENT OF THE FARM BEUSTER 253 MT. Par�culars of this applica�on may be inspected during normal oﬃce hours at: Khongolo� Consultant CC, 373 Melk Street, Nieuw Muckleneuk, 0181, Pretoria Any person having an objec�on to the approval of this consent use applica�on must lodge such objec�on, together with the grounds thereof, with the oﬃce of the Town Planner, Thulamela Local Municipality (Private Bag X5566, Thohoyandou, 0952) and the undersigned, in wri�ng not later then: 12 October 2019 Enquiries: Khongolo� Consultant CC, PO Box 1950, Brooklyn Square 0075. Tel: 012 460 4755 Fax: 012 460 4761 / 072 404 7447 Email: khongolo�@absamail. co.za
(Ref: Maungane BS139417 Venda 04/10/19) MASIPALA WA THULAMELA CLAUSE 28 OF THE THULAMELA LAND USE SCHEME, 2006 NDIVHADZO YA: U�a�wa ha thawara ya Vodacom Nga mulawo wa tshipida tsha clause 28 tsha Thulamala Land Use Scheme, 2006. Ndivhadzo I khou �iwa rine vha Khongolo� u divhadza Masipala wa M khumbelo Thulamela ya Special Consent u ita ndivhadzo: U �a�wa ha thawara ya Vodacom. Kha shango la muvhuso: THE REMIANING EXTENT OF THE FARM BEUSTER 253 MT. Zwidodombedzwa zwa ndivhadzo zwinga vhudzisiwa ganndoroni ya: Khongolo� Consultant CC, 373 Melkstraat, Nieuw Muckleneuk, 0181, Pretoria Muthu munwe na munwe ane a sa fushee nga heyi ndivhandzo anga kwama Masipala wa Thulamela (Private Bag X5066, Thulamela, 0952) nangwe a tou nwalela u sa fushea hawe: 12 October 2019 Mbudziso: Khongolo� Consultant CC, PO Box 1950, Brooklyn Square 0075. Tel: 012 460 4755 Fax: 012 460 4761 / 072 404 7447 Email: admin. khongolo�@absamail. co.za KHONGOLOTI CONSULTANT CC (Ref: Hlengele� BS136576Eng) TZANEEN LOCAL MUNIPALITY IN TERMS OF CLAUSE 15 OF THE TZANEEN TOWN PLANNING SCHEME,
2000, READ TOGETHER WITH CHAPTER 2 OF SPLUMA APPLICATION FOR: Erec�on of a Vodacom Cellular Mast and Base Sta�on, In terms of Clause 15 of the Tzaneen Town Planning Scheme, 2000, read together with Chapter 2 of SPLUMA, no�ce is hereby given that I / we, the undersigned to apply to the Tzaneen Local Municipality for special consent to conduct the following land use ac�vi�es:. Erec�on of a Vodacom Cellular Mast and Base Sta�on. On stand/ holding/ farm por�on: Remainder of the Farm Mamitwa’s Loca�on 461 LT. Par�culars of this applica�on may be inspected during normal oﬃce hours at: Khongolo� Consultant cc, 373 Melk Street, Nieuw Muckleneuk, 0181, Pretoria. Any person having an objec�on to the approval of this consent use applica�on must lodge such objec�on, together with the grounds thereof, with the oﬃce of the Town Planner, Tzaneen Local Municipality (PO Box 24, Tzaneen, 0850) and the undersigned, in wri�ng not later then:20 November 2019. Enquiries: Khongolo� Consultant CC, PO Box 1950, Brooklyn Square 0075. Tel: 012 460 4755 Fax: 012 460 4761 / 072 404 7447 Email: khongolo�@ absamail.co.za MATHOBO RAMBAU & SIGOGO INC. IN THE REGIONAL COURT FOR THE REGIONAL DIVISION OF LIMPOPO HELD AT SIBASA CASE NO: LP/THO/ RC/138/2015 In the ma�er between: MASHAVHA MPFARISENI PETER (PLAINTIFF) AND NKHWATSHIREMA RACHEL (DEFENDANT) NOTICE OF SALE The under men�oned immovable property will be sold in Execu�on on the 01st day of NOVEMBER 2019 at 11h00 at the premises of the immovable property to be sold. RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN AND TO: (1) RESIDENTIAL SITE, ERF 1362 HA-TSHIKOTA-A EXT.1, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. IMPROVEMENTS: The dwelling/ house comprises a�ached double garage, secured Veranda, Si�ng room, Dining room, Passages, unﬁ�ed study room, unﬁ�ed Kitchen, 2 bathrooms as well as 3 bedrooms without buildin cupboards. Condi�ons of sale are open for inspec�on at the Sheriﬀ of the High Court Oﬃces, Limdev Building, Oﬃce No. 55B, THOHOYANDOU, 0950. MAIN TERMS OF SALE 1. 10% cash deposit on date of sale, to be paid directly to the Sheriﬀ (T.G. Raliphaswa). 2. Balance of purchase price to be secured by a
Bank or Building Society Guarantee within 30 days of the date of sale. 3. Occupa�on of the property may be taken on the date of transfer. 4. The Sheriﬀ ’s auc�oneer’s charges are payable by the purchaser on date of sale. DATED AT THOHOYANDOU on the 21st day of SEPTEMBER 2019. MATHOBO, RAMBAU &SIGOGO ATTORNEYS STAND NO: 28 P EAST MPHEPHU DRIVE OPPOSITE SARS OFFICES THOHOYANDOU (NEXT TO J.J. MOTORS) TEL: (015)962 0712 FAX: (015) 962 4462 CELL: 072 6158 077 083 6412 740. REF: HCL2821/TR/stv
IN THE REGIONAL COURT FOR THE REGIONAL DIVISION OF LIMPOPO HELD AT SIBASA CASE NO: LP/THO/ RC/138/2015 In the ma�er between: MASHAVHA MPFARISENI PETER (PLAINTIFF) AND NKHWATSHIREMA RACHEL (DEFENDANT) NOTICE OF SALE The under men�oned goods will be sold at SHERIFF’S PREMISES on the 01st DAY OF NOVEMBER 2019 by public auc�on to be held at THOHOYANDOU, by the Sheriﬀ for the High Court of THOHOYANDOU to the highest bidder for cash, namely: Curtains Pots (all) 1 x Rabie 3 x Plas�c Chairs & Table 7 x Water drums 1 x Old Wheelbarrow 3 x Wardrobes 3 x Bedroom suites furniture 2 x Children’s beds 2 x Washing machine 1 x Fridge 1 x Chest Freezer 2 x Flat Screen TV sets 1 x TV stand 4 x Big wooden spoons 1 x Fork 2 x Whirlspin 4 x Spray Tanks 1 x Gas stove 1 x Oﬃce chair 1 x Metal table 3 x Food warmers 3 x Big bowels 1 x Old Kitchen Unit 3 x Piece Lounge suite 1 x New Double door Fridge 1 x Old Cupboard 1 x Kitchen Sink 1 x Old Headboard 1 x Pedestal Fan DATED AT THOHOYANDOU on the 23rd day of SEPTEMBER 2019. MATHOBO, RAMBAU & SIGOGO ATTORNEYS STAND NO: 28 P EAST MPHEPHU DRIVE OPPOSITE SARS OFFICES THOHOYANDOU (NEXT TO J.J. MOTORS) TEL: (015)962 0712 FAX: (015) 962 4462 CELL: 072 6158 077 083 6412 740 REF: HCL2821/TR/stv IN THE REGIONAL COURT FOR THE REGIONAL DIVISION OF LIMPOPO HELD AT SIBASA CASE NO: LP/THO/ RC/138/2015 In the ma�er between: MASHAVHA MPFARISENI
PETER (PLAINTIFF) AND NKHWATSHIREMA RACHEL (DEFENDANT) CONDITIONS OF SALE of the under RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN AND TO: (1) RESIDENTIAL SITE OF THE PARTIES, ERF 1362 HA-TSHIKOTA-A EXT.1, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. IMPROVEMENTS: The dwelling/ house comprises of drivethrough double Garage, a secured front Veranda, Si�ng / dining room, fully ﬁ�ed Kitchen, Passage, common Bathroom, 3 unﬁ�ed Bedrooms. Condi�ons of sale are open for inspec�on at the Sheriﬀ of the High Court Oﬃces, Limdev Building, Oﬃce No. 55B, THOHOYANDOU, 0950.1. THE CONDITIONS OF SALE ARE OPEN FOR INSPECTION AT THE OFFICES OF THE SHERIFF OF THE ABOVE HONOURABLE COURT (Mr. T. G. RALIPHASWA), THOHOYANDOU TEL NO: (015) 962 2016. The sale shall be subject to the following condi�ons: 1.The property shall be sold by the sheriﬀ of the HIGH COURT, Thohoyandou (T.G. Raliphaswa) to the 1. highest bidder with a reserve price of : 1.1 RESIDENTIAL SITE OF THE PARTIES, ERF 1362 HA-TSHIKOTA-A EXT.1, LIMPOPO PROVINCE - R796 000.00 (Seven Hundred and Ninety Six Thousand Rand) 2.The sale shall be for rand, and no bid of less than one rand shall be accepted. 3. If any dispute arises about any bid the property may be again put up to auc�on. 4. If the auc�oneer makes any mistake in selling, such mistake shall not be binding on any of the par�es but may be rec�ﬁed. If the auc�oneer suspects that a bidder is unable to pay either the deposit referred to in condi�on 6 or the balance of the purchase price he may refuse to accept the bid of such bidder, or accept it provisionally un�l the bidder shall have sa�sﬁed him that he is in a posi�on to pay both such amounts. On the refusal of a bid under such circumstances, the property may immediately be again put up to auc�on. 5. The purchaser shall, as soon as possible a�er the sale, and immediately on being requested by the liquidator, sign these condi�ons, and if he has bought qua qualitate, state the name of his principal. 6. (a) The purchaser shall pay a deposit of (10%) ten per cent of the purchase price in cash on the date of sale. (b) If the property is not registered within two (2) months a�er the sale, the purchaser shall be liable for payment of interest to the liquidator at the rate of 10,25 per cent per annum on the respec�ve amounts of the award ,to the liquidator
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in the plan to distribu�on as from the expira�on of two months a�er the sale to date of transfer. The balance against transfer to be secured by a bank or building society guarantee, to be approved by the liquidator and to be furnished to the sheriﬀ within thirty days a�er date of sale. 7. If the purchaser fails to carry out any of his obliga�ons under the condi�ons of sale, the sale may be cancelled by a judge summarily on the report of the Deputy Sheriﬀ or the liquidator a�er due no�ce to the purchaser, and the property may again be put up for sale; and the purchaser shall be responsible for any loss sustained by reason of his default, which loss may, on the applica�on of any aggrieved creditor whose name appears on the Deputy Sheriﬀ, a�er such purchaser shall have received no�ce in wri�ng that such report will be laid before the judge for such purpose; and if he is already in possession of the property, the Deputy Sheriﬀ may, on seven days no�ce , apply to a judge for an order ejec�ng him or any person claiming to hold under him there from. 8. The purchaser shall pay auc�oneer’s charges on the day of sale and in addi�on, transfer du�es (if any), costs of transfer, and arrear, and arrear rates, taxes and other charges necessary to eﬀect transfer, upon request by the liquidator. 9.The property may be taken possession of immediately a�er the transfer. 10. The purchaser may obtain transfer forthwith if he pays the whole price and complies with condi�ons 8, in which case any claim for interest shall lapse, otherwise transfer shall be passed only a�er the purchaser has complied with the provisions of condi�ons 6 and 8 hereof. 11.The Deputy Sheriﬀ may demand that any buildings standing on the property sold shall be immediately insured by the purchaser for the full value of the same, and the insurance policy handed to him and kept in forces as long as the whole price has not been paid; and if he does not do so, the Deputy Sheriﬀ may eﬀect the insurance at the purchaser’s expense. 12. The property is sold as represented by the Title Deeds and diagram, the Deputy Sheriﬀ not holding himself liable for any deﬁciency that may be found to exist and renouncing all excess. The property is also sold subject to all servitude and condi�ons speciﬁed in the Deed of Transfer. 13. The Purchaser shall be en�tled to appoint an a�orney to a�end to transfer. REF: HCL2821/TR/stv (continues on p16)
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LEGALS MATHOBO RAMBAU & SIGOGO INC. IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA/LIMPOPO DIVISION, POLOKWANE CASE NO: 1838/2015 In the ma�er between: NEVHUHULWI MPHO NORDIA (APPLICANT) AND MALATJI MPOLAYENG LUKAS (RESPONDENT) NOTICE OF SALE The under men�oned immovable property will be sold in Execu�on on the 01st day of NOVEMBER 2019 at 11h00 at the premises of the immovable property to be sold. RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN AND TO: (1) RESIDENTIAL SITE, ERF 962 NAMAKGALE – C, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. IMPROVEMENTS: The dwelling/ house comprises drive-through double Garage, a secured front Veranda, Si�ng /dining room, fully ﬁ�ed Kitchen, Passage, common Bathroom, 3 unﬁ�ed Bedrooms. Condi�ons of sale are open for inspec�on at the Sheriﬀ of the High Court Oﬃces, 13 NABOOM STREET, PHALABORWA, 1389. MAIN TERMS OF SALE 1. 10% cash deposit on date of sale, to be paid directly to the Sheriﬀ (S.H. PARK). 2.Balance of purchase price to be secured by a Bank or Building Society Guarantee within 30 days of the date of sale. 3.Occupa�on of the property may be taken on the date of transfer. 4.The Sheriﬀ ’s auc�oneer’s charges are payable by the purchaser on date of sale. Dated at THOHOYANDOU on the 19th day of SEPTEMBER 2019. MATHOBO, RAMBAU & SIGOGO ATTORNEYS, STAND NO: 28 P EAST MPHEPHU DRIVE, OPPOSITE SARS OFFICES THOHOYANDOU (NEXT TO J.J. MOTORS) TEL: (015)962 0712 FAX: (015) 962 4462 CELL: 072 6158 077 083 6412 740 REF: HCL2909/TR/stv IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA (LIMPOPO DIVISION, POLOKWANE) CASE NO: 1838/2015 In the ma�er between: NEVHUHULWI MPHO NORDIA (APPLICANT) AND MALATJI MPOLAYENG LUKAS (RESPONDENT) CONDITIONS OF SALE of the undermen�oned imovable property RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN AND TO:(1) RESIDENTIAL SITE OF THE PARTIES, ERF NO. 962 NAMAKGALE – C, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. IMPROVEMENTS: The dwelling/ house comprises of drivethrough double Garage, a secured front Veranda, Si�ng / dining room, fully ﬁ�ed Kitchen, Passage, common Bathroom,
3 unﬁ�ed Bedrooms. Condi�ons of sale are open for inspec�on at the Sheriﬀ of the High Court Oﬃces, 13 Naboom Street, PHALABORWA, 1389. THE CONDITIONS OF SALE ARE OPEN FOR INSPECTION AT THE OFFICES OF THE SHERIFF OF THE ABOVE HONOURABLE COURT (Mr. S.H. PARK), PHALABORWA TEL NO: (015) 781 1794. The sale shall be subject to the following condi�ons: 1. The property shall be sold by the sheriﬀ of the HIGH COURT, Thohoyandou (Mr. S.H. PARK) to the highest bidder with a reserve price of 1.1 RESIDENTIAL SITE OF THE PARTIES, ERF NO. 962 NAMAKGALE – C, LIMPOPO PROVINCE - R520 000.00 (Five Hundred and Twenty Thousand Rand). 2. The sale shall be for rand, and no bid of less than one rand shall be accepted. 3. If any dispute arises about any bid the property may be again put up to auc�on. 4. If the auc�oneer makes any mistake in selling, such mistake shall not be binding on any of the par�es but may be rec�ﬁed. If the auc�oneer suspects that a bidder is unable to pay either the deposit referred to in condi�on 6 or the balance of the purchase price he may refuse to accept the bid of such bidder, or accept it provisionally un�l the bidder shall have sa�sﬁed him that he is in a posi�on to pay both such amounts. On the refusal of a bid under such circumstances, the property may immediately be again put up to auc�on. 5. The purchaser shall, as soon as possible a�er the sale, and immediately on being requested by the liquidator, sign these condi�ons, and if he has bought qua qualitate, state the name of his principal. 6. (a) The purchaser shall pay a deposit of (10%) ten per cent of the purchase price in cash on the date of sale. (b) If the property is not registered within two (2) months a�er the sale, the purchaser shall be liable for payment of interest to the liquidator at the rate of 10,25 per cent per annum on the respec�ve amounts of the award ,to the liquidator in the plan to distribu�on as from the expira�on of two months a�er the sale to date of transfer. The balance against transfer to be secured by a bank or building society guarantee, to be approved by the liquidator and to be furnished to the sheriﬀ within thirty days a�er date of sale. 7. If the purchaser fails to carry out any of his obliga�ons under the condi�ons of sale, the
sale may be cancelled by a judge summarily on the report of the Deputy Sheriﬀ or the liquidator a�er due no�ce to the purchaser, and the property may again be put up for sale; and the purchaser shall be responsible for any loss sustained by reason of his default, which loss may, on the applica�on of any aggrieved creditor whose name appears on the Deputy Sheriﬀ, a�er such purchaser shall have received no�ce in wri�ng that such report will be laid before the judge for such purpose; and if he is already in possession of the property, the Deputy Sheriﬀ may, on seven days no�ce , apply to a judge for an order ejec�ng him or any person claiming to hold under him there from. 8. The purchaser shall pay auc�oneer’s charges on the day of sale and in addi�on, transfer du�es (if any), costs of transfer, and arrear, and arrear rates, taxes and other charges necessary to eﬀect transfer, upon request by the liquidator. 1. 9. The property may be taken possession of immediately a�er the transfer. 10. The purchaser may obtain transfer forthwith if he pays the whole price and complies with condi�ons 8, in which case any claim for interest shall lapse, otherwise transfer shall be passed only a�er the purchaser has complied with the provisions of condi�ons 6 and 8 hereof. 11. The Deputy Sheriﬀ may demand that any buildings standing on the property sold shall be immediately insured by the purchaser for the full value of the same, and the insurance policy handed to him and kept in forces as long as the whole price has not been paid; and if he does not do so, the Deputy Sheriﬀ may eﬀect the insurance at the purchaser’s expense. 12. The property is sold as represented by the Title Deeds and diagram, the Deputy Sheriﬀ not holding himself liable for any deﬁciency that may be found to exist and renouncing all excess. The property is also sold subject to all servitude and condi�ons speciﬁed in the Deed of Transfer. 13. The Purchaser shall be en�tled to appoint an a�orney to a�end to transfer. REF: HCL2909/TR/stv
MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29(1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT, 66 OF 1965 THE ESTATE OF THE LATE BALOYI GEZANI BEN, OF IDENTITY NUMBER: 600229 5574 081 WHO USED TO RESIDE AT VALDEZIA VILLAGE, HLANGANANI, LIMPOPO PROVINCE WHO DIED
ON 16 SEPTEMBER 2019. ESTATE NUMBER: 2143/2019, AT MASTER OF THE HIGH COURT THOHOYANDOU All persons having claims against the above men�oned estate must lodge them with the executor within 30 days from the date of publica�on hereof. MUDAU AND NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS, Oﬃce 04 Madar Centre. Thohoyandou, Post Oﬃce Street. P.O. Box 917. Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274. Ref: Mudau & Nemadodzi A�orneys inc.
MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29(1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT, 66 OF 1965 THE ESTATE OF THE LATE SIBARA THINASHAKA MAKONDELELA OF IDENTITY NUMBER: 552025 5860 085 WHO USED TO RESIDE AT UN-UNGWI, LIMPOPO PROVINCE WHO DIED ON 31 AUGUST JULY 2019. ESTATE NUMBER: 1918/2019 AT MASTER OF THE HIGH COURT THOHOYANDOU All persons having claims against the above men�oned estate must lodge them with the executor within 30 days from the date of publica�on hereof. MUDAU AND NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS, Oﬃce 04 Madar Centre. Thohoyandou, Post Oﬃce Street. P.O. Box 917. Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274. Ref: MN/ Est.03/2019 MUVHANGO NCUBE ATTORNEYS IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MUSINA HELD AT MUSINA CASE NO: 162/19 In the ma�er between: FARNORTHES HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD, REGISTRATION: 2014/099684/07 EXECUTION CREDITOR And TENDANI ROSSET MAKHADO ID NO: 600708 5309 08 5 EXECUTION DEBTOR NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION TAKE NOTICE THAT in pursuance of Judgment granted in favour of the Plain�ﬀ on 03 July 2019, the under men�oned goods will be sold by the Sheriﬀ of the Magistrates Court Musina on the 26 October 2019, at 09h00 at: 2 Whyte Street, Musina 0900. DESCRIPTION OF GOODS: VARIETY OF MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICE KITS SUSPENSION PARTS FILTERS HEADLIGHTS CRANKSHAFTS GASKETS CAR DOORS WHEEL BEARINGS TOW BARS SHOCKS BUMPERS FAN BELTS AND OTHER ASSORTED PARTS FOR TOYOTA
QUANTUM AND OTHER MODELS DATED AT MUSINA ON THIS 07TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2019. TERMS: CASH ONLY, NO CHEQUES WILL BE ACCEPTED MUVHANGO NCUBE ATTORNEYS Defendant’s a�orney 2131 Rex Banda Crescent MUSINA Tel: 087 809 3423 Fax: 086 575 6468 Ref: MUV/CIV/02 NETCRETE AFRICA
PUBLIC NOTICE INTERESTED AND AFFECTED PARTIES (I&P’S) Netcrete Africa Solu�ons APPLICATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION MATANDA VILLAGE, MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY, LIMPOPO PROVINCE Netcrete Africa hereby gives no�ce in terms of the Na�onal Environmental Management Act, Act 107 of 1998 (“NEMA’’) of its inten�on to submit an environmental authoriza�on in terms of solu�on NEMA and the Na�onal Environmental Management: Waste Act, Act 59 of 2008 (“NEM: WA”). The applica�on is for development of aggregate mining (Rock mining for processing of
concrete). The proposed development will include but not limited to four mobile oﬃces, parking space for trucks and cars, guard house. The opera�ng machineries will include 2 (15 cubes trucks), trucks, excavator, rock drilling and mining equipment. Netcrete has appointed Gisec (Pty ) Ltd to undertake the necessary processes required in terms of legisla�on with regards to the various environmental and public par�cipa�on processes. The proposed project will trigger listed ac�vi�es in terms of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) regula�on as promulgated under the Na�onal Environmental Management Act No. 107 of 1998 (NEMA). Therefore, the proposed development requires Environmental Authorisa�on in terms of the EIA regula�on prior to commencement of construc�on and opera�on. Below is a list of listed ac�vi�es to be triggered by the proposed development. Table 1 GNR 327 Lis�ng No�ce 1. Ac�vity No: 21. Ac�vity Descrip�on: Any ac�vity including the opera�on of that ac�vity which requires a mining permit in terms of sec�on 27 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources
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TAMBANI MATUMBA ATTORNEYS INC NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASD ESTATE IN TERMS OF SECTION 29(1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATE ACT OF 1965 All persons having claim against the men�oned estate must lodge it with the executor concerned within 20 days (or as indicated) from date of publica�on hereof. Registered number of Estate: 000430/2019. Province: Limpopo. Surname: KHALUSHI. First Name: RUDZANI. ID NO: 8305205397031. Latest address: C0236, Tshirolwe, Dzanani. Date of Death :03-022019. Master‘s oﬃce: Thohoyandou. (no spouse). TAMBANI MATUMBA ATTORNEYS INC, 39 Swongozwi Street, Louis Trichardt, 0920 Email : email@example.com Tel : 015 516 6411 Fax: 015 516 6429 REF:NEM/2018/100991
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Vhutalu Mountain Rangers to face Santos Khubvi at Benjie’s grounds Benjies KO The quarterfinal matches for the Benjie’s KO Competition will be played at the Khubvi Benjie’s grounds tomorrow. The competition was officially launched two weeks ago. The last-16 matches were played at the same venue over the past weekend. Tomorrow’s programme will commence with a match between Tshidimbini Brave Lions and Makhuvha Up the Ants at 09:00. Brave Lions beat Mianzwi Green Hornet 1-0 in their last-16 match to secure a
place in the quarterfinal stage, while Up the Ants’ way to the quarterfinal went via Guyuni Hot Spurs, whom they beat 2-0. Tshilapfene Arsenal will meet Mutuwa Brazilians at 11:00, followed by the match between Vhutalu Mountain Rangers and Mulodi Santos. The day’s programme will be wrapped up by the match between Zwaloni United and Tshatshingo Potholes. According to the competition director, Mr Nndavheleseni “Coolman” Makhado, the toss for the semi-final matches will be conducted at the grounds
Tricky hurdle for Diski Leopards the log. Whether the Leopards’ strikers, Selby Rapatsa, After losing 0-2 to Mamelo- Amukelani Chauke and Tiklas di Sundowns at the Thohoy- Thutlwa, will have enough andou Stadium last Saturstrength to penetrate the day, the Multichoice Diski defence of Park remains to be Challenge Black Leopards seen. have another mountain to The game is scheduled to climb this weekend. They start at 12:00. SuperSport will undertake a journey to United will entertain Kaizer Pretoria where they will lock Chiefs at the same venue horns with Highlands Park later in the afternoon. Chippa at the Lucas Moripe StaUnited will host Lamontville dium tomorrow afternoon Golden Arrows at the Isaac (Saturday). Wolfson Stadium in Port Leopards managed to Elizabeth. collect only three points from Polokwane City will lock their nine matches and are horns with Maritzburg United currently at the bottom of at the Seshego Stadium. By Frank Mavhungu
shortly after the last quarterfinal match tomorrow. The semi-final and final matches will be played at the same venue on Sunday. Makhado revealed that the champions of the competition will take home R6 000 and floating trophy and the runners-up will become R3 000 richer. The losing teams in the semi-final stage will each receive R2 000. The losing teams in the quarter-finals will each receive R300. The prize-giving ceremony will take place at the grounds shortly after the final on Sunday afternoon.
Baroka FC meet Bidvest Wits at the Bidvest Stadium in Johannesburg. Bidvest Wits are leading the pack while Baroka are one of the teams fighting for survival. Amazulu and Stellenbosch will meet at the King Zwelithini Stadium in Durban in one of the three matches that will be played on Sunday. Bloemfontein Celtic will battle it out for league points against Cape Town City at the Lucas Moripe Stadium outside Pretoria. Mamelodi Sundowns will take on Orlando Pirates at the Lucas Moripe Stadium.
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Will Marude retain trophy? By Frank Mavhungu The sixth edition of the Irfani Choice Build Soccer Tournament will be staged at the Thohoyandou Technical High School grounds tomorrow. As usual, four schools will take part in the annual event. The schools are Marude Secondary, Thohoyandou Technical High, Thohoyandou Secondary and Fhatuwani Secondary. According to one of the organizers of the tournament, Mr Mbonisi Ndlovu, the draw for the semi-final matches was conducted during a meeting held at the Thohoyandou Technical High School last Friday. Thohoyandou Secondary and Thohoyandou Technical will meet in the first semi-final at 08:00. The second match will be between Marude Secondary and Fhatuwani Secondary at 10:00. The teams that will be booted out in the semi-final stage will meet in their losers’ final at 14:00. The winners in the semi-final matches will meet in the final later in the afternoon. According to Ndlovu, this year’s champion will receive R1 300, soccer kit, gold medals, a certificate and a soccer ball. The runners-up will take home R800, soccer kit, silver medals, a certificate and a soccer ball. The third-placed side will receive R500, bronze
medals, a certificate and a soccer ball, while the last team on the log will go home with R400, a certificate and a soccer ball. The best player of the tournament, the best keeper and the top goal scorer will receive R200, a trophy and a certificate. The best coach and the best referee will each receive R300, a trophy and a certificate. Marude Secondary are the defending champions. More information regarding the tournament can be obtained from Mr Ndlovu on 064 889 6586.
Try Again, Arsenal reward players By Kaizer Nengovhela
and Talifhani Mbelengwa (most disciplined player). The guest speaker, Mr Kaizer Marindi, managing director of Marindi Funerals, said soccer success did not necessarily start on the field. “Success goes hand in hand with planning. You must set achievable goals
for yourselves and you will then reap success.” The chairperson of Madombidzha Try Again, Mr Chester Malotsha, said the awards were meant to motivate players to work hard. “They deserve to be honoured in public, because what they have done makes everyone of us proud.”
Players of Madombidzha Try Again and Madombidzha Arsenal recently received their rewards for hard work during the past season. Their awards ceremony was held at PNS lodge a fortnight ago. Try Again demonstrated the strength of their poison this year when they finished their league programme in the first position. They were also promoted to the Safa Vhembe MMK league. Arsenal finished in the fifth position. The members of Try Again who received awards were Rotshidzwa Phathela (most improved player), Ndamulelo Phathela (best coach), Mulalo Manenzhe (chairman’s award), Thato Senatla (top goal scorer and players’ player of the season), Funzani Tshianeo (player of the season) and Munenyiwa Mutshinya (most disciplined player). The Arsenal awards went to Lucky Buasi (top goal scorer and players’ player of the season), Mashudu Ramavhoya (chairman’s Two players who were awarded with trophies each for being players of the season award), Eric Sefularo (player of and top goal scorer for Arsenal and Try Again, photographed with the guest speakthe season), Naledzani Mukonde- er. From left to right are Lucky Buasi (Arsenal), Kaizer Marindi and Thato Senatla leli (young player of the season), (Try Again).
Stone Breakers and Magau United draw in final By Kaizer Nengovhela
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Tshikhwani Stone Breakers held Magau United to a thrilling 1-1 draw in the final of a pre-season soccer tournament at the Magau grounds on Sunday. As it was already too dark to continue with
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a penalty shoot-out, the referee called the match off. The match will be replayed at the same venue on Sunday. The draw was a fair result for the evenly contested match. In the first half, Breakers spent the whole match running for cover. The absence of many players in the United defence was felt from the onset. Khuthadzo Mpfumali could not make the grade, as the opponents used him as their freeway. If a soccer match could be won through the number of scoring chances a team creates, Breakers would have won the match convincingly. Their strikers wasted several opportunities.
Two players of Breakers, Ronewa Ratshilingana and Phungela Ndadza, were reprimanded with cards early in the second half for rough tackling and time-wasting respectively. United scored first, when Mpho Mavhandu received a beautiful pass from Thabelo Netshiendeulu in the 70th minute, forced his way through the United defence and unleashed a ground cutter. Mavhandu finished off a rebound. United enjoyed their lead until the 88th minute, when Breakers found the equaliser. Their killer-striker, Silas Rammbona scored via penalty.
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Vhembe derby at Tshisahulu By Frank Mavhungu The affiliates of the Limpopo Stream of the ABC Motsepe League will play their fourth league matches this weekend. Seven matches will be played tomorrow afternoon, while the remaining one will be seen this afternoon (Friday). The match of the week will be the Vhembe derby between Tshakhuma RO Nandilani (TRON) and Mikhado FC at the Tshisahulu grounds. Mikhado and TRON started their league programme on a sad note. They are both still battling to find winning combinations after acquiring the services of vastly experienced players. TRON and Mikhado know each other very well after meeting in their Nedbank Cup preliminary-round match at the Giyani Stadium last Saturday. Mikhado won 3-1 and secured a place in the next stage of the competition. The strikers of Mikhado, Rendani Thavhana and Khuthadzo Tshikulumela, will not find it easy against the TRON’s defenders, Rendani Mukomafhedzi and Khuliso Phosiwa. Polokwane United will battle it out against Ollesdal FC at the Seshego Stadium in Polokwane. The other Vhembe-based side, Venda Football Academy (VFA), will also play in front of their home crowd. They will entertain Mighty FC at the Tshifudi Stadium. VFA are still to lose a league match to date. They won their first two matches before playing to a 1-1 draw with Baraccah Valley FC at the Mafefe Sports Complex in the Sekhukhune area. Eleven Fast Tigers will lock horns with Makotopong Brazilians at the Makgoka Stadium and Ngwabe City Motors will host Magezi FC.
Ndengeza FC will visit The Dolphins FC at the Ben Serake Stadium outside Polokwane. Baraccah Valley FC will have a date with Polokwane Soccer Academy at the Mafefe Stadium. Ditlou FC and Giyani Happy Boys will fight for league points at the Groblersdal Stadium in the only match that will be played this afternoon.
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TRON’s right back, Rendani Mukomafhedzi.
as the result of poor finishing. ter Sundowns introduced Rian “You see, once we concede [a de Vries and Buhle Mfodololo Things are quickly going from goal/s] it becomes difficult for for Sphesihle Ncongco and bad to worse in the camp of us to fight back as scoring is Keegan Allan that Sundowns the Multichoice Diski Chalstill a challenge with my strikstarted to play attacking lenge Black Leopards. They ers,” he said. He reiterated the football. continued to donate league fact that they could have sealed Their opening goal came 12 points to their opponents last their game against Sundowns minutes into the last stanza. Saturday when they suffered in the first half if it were not Their left winger, Neo Mphuti, a 0-2 defeat at the hands of for their strikers who seemed gave the ball the final touch, Mamelodi Sundowns. The unable to follow through. following a scramble within the young Lidoda Duvha are still The visitors from Pretoria box. Promise Mkhuma scored to win a league match this were down and out in the first the Sundowns’ second goal season. half. Instead of capitalizing, the later in the game. Just like the rest of the Leopards’ forwards fumbled teams, Black Leopards have with the ball at the goal finish played nine matches to date. time after time. It was only afThey are languishing at the bottom of the log with 3 points. Their best results were the three draws against Kaizer Chiefs, Stellenbosch FC and Orlando Pirates. Asked what factors could be attributing to their downfall, the team’s head coach, Mr Mongezi Bobe, said that his team’s problems would only be solved if they managed to acquire the services of two natural strikers. He stated that all the departments were well beefed, with the exception of the striking force. He further stated that most of the Selby Rapatsa of Black Leopards (right) protects the ball while pushmatches they lost were ing Buhle Mfodololo of Sundowns back.
Ablex and Green in Murunwa finals second position. The thirdplaced team will be presented with R4 000 and bronze medals and the team ending in fourth position will get R3 500. The loser’s final is between Ramantsha Lotavha FC and Chris United at 13:00. The teams to play the final are Manavhela Ablex FC and Magau Mighty Green, at 15:00. When asked about their
level of readiness for the final, the spokesperson of Manavhela Ablex FC, Mr Unarine Kutama, said they were ready for whatever heat they might come across in the play-offs. Mr Sylvester Mulaudzi of Magau Mighty Green said that they had put aside some attractive incentives for the players in case they managed to win the tournament.
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Glad Africa Championship Played Won Draw Lost 7 4 3 0 7 4 1 2 5 4 0 1 6 3 3 0 6 2 3 1 7 2 3 2 7 2 2 3 6 2 2 2 6 1 4 1 7 2 1 4 6 1 3 2 6 2 0 4 4 1 2 1 6 1 2 3 7 0 4 3 5 0 3 2
By Frank Mavhungu
The final of the LTT Murunwa TVET College Soccer Challenge will be played tomorrow (Saturday) at the Muduluni grounds. The champions will receive R6 500, a floating trophy, gold medals and a soccer kit. A cheque of R5 000, soccer kit and silver medals are awaiting the team that will obtain the
Team Kaizer Chiefs Bidvest Wits Mamelodi Sundowns Polokwane City Highlands Park SuperSport United Golden Arrows Orland Pirates Bloemfontein Celtic Cape Town City FC Maritzburg United Baroka FC Black Leopards Stellenbosch AmaZulu FC Chippa United
Diski Challenge Team Played Won Draw Bidvest Wits Reserves 9 8 0 Mamelodi Sundowns Reserves 9 7 1 SuperSport United Reserv 9 6 2 Cape Town City FC Reserves 9 6 0 Highlands Park Reserves 9 5 2 Orland Pirates Reserves 9 5 1 Kaizer Chiefs Reserves 9 4 2 Baroka FC Reserves 9 3 3 Stellenbosch FC Reserves 9 3 3 AmaZulu Reserves 9 3 1 Chippa United Reserves 9 3 1 Bloemfontein Celtic Reserves 9 2 2 Polokwane City Reserves 9 1 4 Maritzburg United Reserves 9 1 2 Golden Arrows Reserves 9 1 1 Black Leopards Reserves 9 0 3
Another blow for Diski Leopards
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Absa Premiership Log Played Won Draw 8 6 1 6 5 0 6 4 2 8 4 1 6 3 2 7 3 2 8 2 4 7 2 3 7 2 2 8 1 5 7 2 2 8 2 2 8 2 2 8 1 4 8 1 2 8 0 4
Team Thabelo Pool Club Gilson Pool Club Wata Pool Club Diza Dazzlers Pool Club Mathonsi Res Pool Club Toy Pool Club Hillside Pool Club Bra Bee Pool Club Diza Highway Pool Club Mamba Pool Club Cocks Pool Club Goloza Pool Club Mutonga Pool Club Oom Pieter Pool Club Hlayisekani Pool Club Bindulani Pool Club
Hlapa League Log 2019 Played Won Draw Lost 14 12 0 2 14 11 0 3 13 11 0 2 14 9 2 3 12 7 2 3 12 7 1 4 14 7 1 6 14 7 0 7 14 7 0 7 14 7 0 7 14 6 2 6 14 5 3 6 14 5 1 8 13 4 2 7 14 4 0 10 14 2 0 11
For 20 17 12 2 6 6 6 0 -3 -2 -4 -13 -4 -11 -20 -12
GD 7 0 6 4 3 0 0 0 -1 -3 -1 -4 0 -4 -5 -2
For 180 177 161 173 164 131 144 146 143 130 148 128 149 132 132 117
Points 19 15 14 13 11 11 10 9 8 8 8 8 8 7 5 4
Team Mungamunwe FC Dzwerani U Brothers Ndondola FC Manamani City Hlupheka Mapate B Mambaas Miluwani H Boys Mvelaphana FC Tshisaulu M Pirates Mahematshena Y Stars Mashawana Y Tigers Tshisaulu FC Muthndinne All Bullets Sibasa A Stars Centurion FC
THULFA STREAM D Played Won Draw 30 25 1 30 23 3 30 22 4 30 22 3 30 16 7 30 17 2 30 13 8 30 14 4 30 11 4 30 9 3 30 9 2 30 8 5 30 7 4 30 5 5 30 5 3 30 2 6
Points 24 22 20 18 17 16 14 12 12 10 10 8 7 5 4 3
Team Mapholi K Them All Ngwenani M United Tshivhungululu H Vul Tshilapfene S Arsenal Vhutshavhelo FC Matondoni Sweepers Maha F Gunners Lunungwi FC Tshirembe Vkillers Mukumbanii S Stars Ralies FC Ngovhela FC Tshiawelo Bossveld Vondo Vibes Themba Heroes Madamalala FC
THULFA STREAM E Played Won Draw 30 20 7 30 21 3 30 16 7 30 15 9 30 15 8 30 15 7 30 14 10 30 11 14 30 12 10 30 10 11 30 8 7 30 8 4 30 5 8 30 3 7 30 3 6 30 3 4
Lost 3 6 7 6 7 8 6 5 8 9 15 18 17 20 21 23
For 61 78 57 54 42 61 55 45 53 51 51 51 29 25 27 25
Against Points 22 67 39 66 35 55 32 54 33 53 40 52 36 52 27 47 46 46 50 41 59 31 72 28 53 23 68 16 66 15 87 13
THULFA STREAM F Team Played Won Draw Mukula Y Brothers 34 24 2 Munkula Equitor 34 22 6 Vondwe D Tigers 34 21 8 Vondwe United 34 18 8 Mutuwa Branzillian 34 18 6 Mukula M Killers 34 16 10 Tshidimbini B Lion 34 13 15 Domboni FC 34 12 17 Mukukula Avalon 34 13 10 Makhuvha Up the Ants 34 12 12 Tshitireke C Stars 34 13 8 Goldville Y Tigers 34 13 8 Dzingahe P Makers 34 9 9 Mukula Silver Stars 34 10 6 Ngudza United 34 7 8 Mastashe FC 34 7 7 Mukula Tshibika Mushan 34 2 5 Vhufuli P Together 34 3 2
Lost 8 6 6 8 10 8 6 5 11 10 13 13 16 18 19 20 27 29
For 63 50 70 52 79 49 57 39 57 59 47 56 42 34 38 44 15 34
Against Points 32 74 22 72 21 70 31 62 62 60 32 58 37 54 24 53 49 49 53 48 51 47 62 47 53 39 47 36 77 29 71 28 63 11 98 11
Team Tshipako H Spurs Makonde Youth Makonde Y Tigers Mudaswali U Brothers Khubvi p Makers Muhuyu XI Experience Makonde FC MT Green Mambas Makonde H Defenders Tshatshingo P Holes Luvhimbi Wanderers Vhutalu M Rangers Makonde M United Damani P Line Khubvi Feedas Tshiwani F Boys Tshilngwi FC Matgangari Settlers Mudzidzi FC
THULFA STREAM G Played Won Draw 36 26 6 36 25 7 36 26 2 36 24 8 36 19 9 36 19 6 36 18 7 36 15 12 36 14 9 36 13 7 36 13 7 36 13 5 36 11 9 36 9 12 36 8 6 36 7 7 36 7 3 36 6 5 36 5 4
Lost 4 4 8 4 8 11 11 9 13 16 16 18 16 16 22 23 26 25 27
For 98 84 83 74 68 66 57 57 57 56 39 50 50 39 36 26 38 34 33
Against Points 37 84 24 82 31 80 22 80 32 66 56 63 34 61 42 57 53 51 66 46 54 46 66 44 59 42 52 38 67 30 66 25 81 24 100 23 102 19
Team Lukau H Aces Mutale Vikings Maraxwe Happy Boys Shadani D Scorpion M D United Muhotoni FC Tswera H Chilies Managa Uprising Tshiawelo D Vultures Mashsishi Y Tigers Mapulon H landers Mianzwi G Hornent Phalama Y Vultures Tshiombo XI Securitas Tshiombo Try Again Balethavha FC Tshagumbu FC
THULFA STREAM H Played Won Draw 32 23 5 32 22 5 32 19 5 32 18 7 32 17 5 32 16 7 32 13 9 32 14 6 32 13 7 32 12 5 32 12 4 32 9 8 32 8 9 32 7 9 32 7 5 32 5 5 32 5 3
Lost 4 5 8 7 10 9 10 12 12 15 16 15 15 16 20 22 24
For 72 69 53 48 42 59 69 60 40 44 56 38 51 41 36 36 25
Against Points 27 74 34 71 36 62 28 61 35 56 45 55 50 48 54 48 54 46 48 41 61 40 50 35 64 33 57 30 68 26 68 20 60 18
Team Tshlavule Elite Mabila H Defenders Lurangwe The Angels Mangaya L Comondos Thogwe FC Bashasha T Masters Tshaanda N Vultures Maheni FC Madzivhanani FC Tshamulungwi L Win Mabila H Defenders Dzhanguluvhe FC Humbalani FC Luphephe FC Thogani FC Gundani FC Mulodi Spain
THULFA STREAM I Played Won Draw Lost 32 19 8 5 32 19 7 6 32 17 8 7 32 19 0 13 32 15 9 8 32 13 10 9 32 12 11 9 32 13 7 12 32 12 10 10 32 11 9 12 32 11 9 12 32 10 9 13 32 8 13 11 32 10 5 17 32 10 5 17 32 8 5 19 32 2 1 29
For 60 54 53 61 46 36 46 48 45 38 36 35 33 42 38 33 13
Against Points 34 65 33 64 34 59 41 57 35 54 29 46 31 47 41 46 41 46 42 42 51 42 35 39 38 37 51 35 50 35 57 29 74 7
Lamvi FC Luvhimbi Western Tshanzhade United Mudagasini FC Matovha Devoted Stars Musundaa United Mahunguwi United Maholoni FC Guyuni Hot Spurs Makuya J Aces Nwiini C Stars Tshambuka FC Sambandou 7 Hunters Fandani FC Vhurivheri FC Mukongwe FC Zwavhavhili
THULFA STREAM J Played Won Draw Lost 32 27 4 1 32 22 4 6 32 18 9 5 32 18 3 11 32 14 8 10 32 14 8 10 32 13 8 11 32 13 7 12 32 12 8 12 32 10 12 10 32 10 9 13 32 9 11 12 32 8 9 15 32 7 12 13 32 6 8 19 32 5 7 20 32 2 2 28
For 85 52 53 59 59 42 33 62 57 42 50 40 33 31 40 36 21
Against Points 28 85 27 70 27 63 47 57 42 50 38 50 36 47 49 46 43 44 40 42 50 39 47 38 49 33 51 33 69 25 56 22 96 8
Team Shanzha Continentals Tshithuthuni R MY Pr Fundudzi U Brothers Khakhu Y Chisefs Fondwe FC Thononda All Stars Khalavha Y Chiefs Khalavha Napoli Maname Y Tigers Muadunungu Try Again Shehshe Bush Bucks Tshikombani O Boys Mandala Y Vultuyres Tshifume S Defence Tshikomabani S Vultu Milabomi Chop Them Mandala Olympic MTM U Brothers
THULFA STREAM K Played Won Draw 34 30 2 34 28 5 34 22 8 34 20 6 34 17 6 34 16 7 34 16 7 34 15 7 34 12 10 34 13 5 34 12 7 34 12 3 34 10 7 34 8 6 34 8 4 34 6 7 34 5 8 34 3 1
For 77 90 63 66 50 57 55 50 50 36 36 39 39 32 37 41 40 28
Against Points 22 92 27 89 23 74 33 66 44 57 42 55 46 55 38 52 45 46 46 44 47 43 64 39 48 37 49 30 78 28 71 25 67 23 96 10
Points 15 13 12 12 9 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 3
Against Points 100 36 103 33 99 33 107 29 116 23 109 22 136 22 134 21 137 21 150 21 132 20 142 18 131 16 128 14 148 12 143 6
Makhado Correctional Centre Inmates Soccer League Log 2018/2019 Team Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points Leopard 3 3 0 0 8 2 9 Pirates 3 2 0 1 14 4 6 Mancity 2 1 1 0 8 5 4 Dynamos 2 1 1 0 5 3 4 Madrid 2 1 0 1 8 4 3 Celtic 3 0 1 2 2 11 1 Arsenal 3 0 1 2 5 10 1 City Rocks 2 0 0 2 4 13 0 Team Stamina Free Masters Nesengani Masters Goodville Masters Tshivhungululu Masters Mathule Masters Tshakhuma Masters Table New Comers Duthuni Masters Makhuvha Masters Dzwerani Masters Jerome Masters Havava Masters Lwamondo Masters Vuwani Masters Itsani Masters Mount Rider Masters Tshiamutsha Masters Tshipako Masters Phaphazela Masters Mulenzhe Masters
Safa Vhembe Masters 2019/2020 Season Played Won Draw Lost For 7 7 0 0 32 4 3 0 24 7 4 1 2 22 7 7 3 3 1 18 7 4 0 3 23 3 2 2 19 7 7 3 2 2 21 3 2 2 24 7 6 2 4 0 11 6 3 1 2 15 6 3 0 3 22 7 2 3 2 23 7 2 3 2 15 7 3 0 4 10 7 2 1 4 25 7 2 1 4 17 7 1 1 5 17 1 1 5 6 7 6 1 0 5 10 1 0 6 10 7
Team Mulindathavha O Swall Tshilongwe Y Bombers Tshamutshedzi FC New Discovery FC Buluni H Boys Tshaulu S Academy Tshivhilwi Y Stars Lukaolo HG Spurs Dimani Y Masters Tshaulu H Lion Munangwe U Brothers Nduvheni FC Citizen FC Tshidzini FC Tshikambe FC Belavhathu Lambani H Defenders Mubvumoni FC Team Malavuwe G Movers Tshikonelo United Tshikonelo Highlanders Zwaloni Y Stars Banyini F Swallows Sterkstroom R Chiefs Azwibali FC Tshififi FC Mukoma All Stars Tshamutavha H Stand Gole Liverpool Mbahe F Rebels
Team Tshivhulani Fire Bros Tshikhudini FC Tshiulungoma FC Tshikovha Arsenal All Nation FC Arsenal FC Ravies FC Nkhwathiseni FC Juventus FC Budeli United Maniini Real Madrid Real Magidi Dumasi All Stars Thohoyandou FC Bembani FC
THULFA STREAM A Played Won Draw 34 21 11 34 19 5 34 18 7 34 17 7 34 16 10 34 15 10 34 16 5 34 16 1 34 13 9 34 11 15 34 9 17 34 10 11 34 10 10 34 11 6 34 10 5 34 7 11 34 6 5 34 5 7
Lost 2 10 9 10 8 9 13 17 12 8 8 13 14 17 19 16 23 22
THULFA STREAM B Played Won Draw Lost 22 11 9 2 22 11 6 5 22 11 4 7 22 10 6 6 22 7 13 2 22 10 2 10 22 8 6 8 22 7 3 12 22 5 9 8 22 5 7 10 22 5 6 11 22 4 5 13
THULFA STREAM C Played Won Draw 28 16 6 28 15 8 28 15 7 28 15 1 28 12 9 28 12 8 28 11 8 28 11 8 28 12 3 28 12 2 28 8 9 28 9 4 28 7 8 28 6 7 28 2 6
Lost 6 5 6 12 7 8 9 9 13 14 11 15 13 15 20
For 62 69 69 70 45 39 53 63 49 39 56 41 39 33 41 46 31 33 For 26 35 33 36 28 34 30 27 21 27 26 20
For 44 44 43 37 50 39 44 44 42 41 30 41 27 33 19
Against Points 7 21 18 15 16 13 11 12 23 12 13 11 11 17 23 11 7 10 12 10 13 9 19 9 16 9 16 9 18 7 29 7 23 4 28 4 25 3 30 3
Against Points 26 74 42 62 51 61 47 58 32 58 32 55 51 53 61 49 40 48 32 48 44 44 51 41 46 40 61 39 72 35 61 32 60 23 69 22 Against Points 11 42 20 39 17 37 28 36 21 34 32 32 39 30 35 24 30 24 41 22 33 21 36 17
Against Points 31 54 30 53 22 52 31 46 36 45 36 44 27 41 33 41 50 39 48 38 38 33 49 31 39 29 56 25 52 12
Lost 4 4 4 5 7 11 9 12 15 18 19 17 19 20 22 22
For 88 90 62 87 57 58 51 41 50 29 31 29 43 44 33 14
Against Points 24 76 19 72 22 70 16 69 38 55 40 53 46 47 39 46 75 37 62 30 47 29 46 29 75 25 92 20 110 18 56 12
Lost 2 1 4 8 11 10 11 12 12 16 15 19 17 20 22 21 21 30
20 11 October 2019
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Zingange retains WBA Pan Afica title By Frank Mavhungu Sibusiso Zingange gave Paul Mangxilana a night to remember with an eighth-round technical knockout victory in their WBA Pan Africa Junior lightweight title bout at the Malamulele Boxing Gym last Friday evening. That Zingange would retain the title was evident right from the start as Mangxilana was nothing better than his punching bag for the better part of the fight. The referee, Mr Jaap van Niewenhuizen, was forced to stop the fight after one minute and 34 seconds into the eighth round. This after Mangxilana failed to respond to the referee’s call to get up after the countdown. The bout
was scheduled over 12 rounds. Speaking to a contingent of journalists after the fight, Zingange said that he was expecting much more than what he got from Mangxilana after looking at his track record. He advised Mangxilana to think twice before taking a decision to challenge him again. He stressed the fact that chances were high for Mangxilana to leave the boxing ring in a body bag if he came back unprepared as was the case last Friday. The main supporting bout was a junior-lightweight fight between Rofhiwa Maemu and Koos Sibiya. Sibiya is from Mpumalanga while Maemu is from a local stable. The fight was a thriller from the onset, with the boxers exchanging blows
at a see-saw pace. The bout was declared a draw. Bockson Bukasa from the Democratic Republic of Congo was too strong for Karabo Mokupi in their middleweight bout that was scheduled over eight rounds. The referee, Mr Alfred Mamidze, stopped it in the sixth round. This after Mokupi failed to get up and continue with the fight after falling. Deon Mbubana from Tshitomboni village outside Thohoyandou could not match his opponent, Saul Hlungwane, in their junior-featherweight bout that was fought over eight rounds. Mbubana was already bleeding profusely from his left eye at the end of the first round, making it difficult for
him to absorb the pressure from Hlungwani in the remaining rounds. Hlungwani won the fight on points. Donjuan van Heerden beat Ntsako Miyambo with a knockout in the third round, while Akani Sambo was too strong for Jansen Mudzanani when he beat him on points in their catchweight bout over four rounds.
Vhadau and Richards Bay in 1-all draw By Frank Mavhungu Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) continued to drop league points after a goalless draw against Richards Bay FC in their GladAfrica Championship League match at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Sunday. The absence of the TTM’s forwards, Thembisani Nevhulamba and Phumelele Bhengu, was evident from the onset. The duo watched the game from the grandstand because of ill health. Wonderboy Makhubu, who was expected to form a good combination with Naeem Amoojee at the forefront, was down and out. Amoojee, who was nominated the Man of the Match, was forced to collect the balls from the middle of the park, while at the same time
Mboniseni Mbandlwa of TTM (right) and Simphiwe Mcineka of Richards Bay wrestle to win the ball.
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TTM effected three changes to their starting line-up in the last half. Dzaga, Ononogbu and Motlomelo Mkwanazi were replaced with Lucky Khumalo, Ivan Mokoena and Lucios Ndou respectively. Wonderboy Makhubu went loose in the 78th minute and shot far wide. TTM played the last 10 minutes of the game with 10 men. Naeem Amoojee was taken off the pitch on a stretcher and they could not replace him as they had already used their substitution chances at that stage. Amoojee, the Man of the Match, was presented with a cheque of R3 000 after the game. TTM are now in the sixth position on the log with 9 points after the draw.
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playing as a full striker. After only 14 minutes, TTM realized that it was not their day. Their dribbling wizard, Onyedikachi Ononogbu, forced his way through the Bay’s defence and dished a pre-cooked pass to Wonderboy Makhubu, who was waiting inside the penalty box. Instead of chipping the ball, Makhubu caused an upset by unleashing aimlessly. The ball went astray, much to the fans’ disappointment. Simon Mamudzidi, the TTM keeper, made his presence felt in the 34th minute. Sandile Kubeka, the Bay’s fast forward, beat Enort Dzaga, the TTM right back, with pace and tried his luck with a half volley from close range. Mamudzidi braved the shot and palmed the ball away for a corner kick.
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Published on Oct 11, 2019
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