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Has Tshilidzini gone to the dogs? One of the residents whose relative received poor service In recent months, services at at the hospital is Mr Samson Tshilidzini Hospital at TshiNdouvhada (not his real name). sahulu outside Thohoyandou He said his grandmother was have been reported to be at an admitted at the hospital a all-time low. This prompted fortnight ago and the family had the Department of Health in to supply her with everything, Limpopo to recall the whole from food and water to other management team and replace needs as the hospital could not it with a new one in a bid to do that. “We are very disaprevive the hospital. pointed. Our health system has Despite the presence of the gone to the dogs and this goes to new management team, service show how our elected people to delivery at the hospital still offices of authority mistreat and leaves much to be desired. One undermine our people. We are of the most crucial needs is not talking about politics here, water, the shortage of which has but about people who are being been the talk of the hospital for taken for a ride and we cannot a long time among patients and keep quiet while our people are staff, who feel it has affected the suffering,” he said. running of the hospital negaAccording to him, no water tively. was available in this hospital for The hospital is one of the four consecutive days, electricity biggest and oldest in Limpopo was being interrupted continand used to provide the best ser- uously, no food was provided, vices years ago, but according to and patients were not taking any patients, it has become a shadow showers or baths. “Patients are of itself, with families of patients also not changing their clothes, dissatisfied with the service their beds have not been made, given to their relatives while in while at the same time the pathe care of the hospital. tients are sleeping in darkness, By Elmon Tshikhudo
which becomes a security risk,” he said According to him, the family members must bring food, new clothes, water and a fan to make their grandmother more comfortable. He further said the knowledge that people were being paid lots of money every month out of the people’s taxes to do their job and residents must still beg for basic services at public hospitals such as Tshilidzini was very bad. He called on those in higher government offices to intervene and see to it that services that people deserved were rendered. A reliable and very close source at the hospital confirmed the hospital is in a crisis, with many departments dysfunctional. The person also confirmed the critical shortage of water that is affecting the whole hospital. “The water here is on and off and this is affecting patients adversely. We are not a water authority and have to wait for service from this municipality, which is bankrupt,” said the source.
Mr Lukas Dzivhani (right) shows his injured leg to Munna Ndi Nnyi’s Dr Bardwell Mufunwaini. Also in the picture is Dzivhani’s wife, Ms Nthuseni Khunwana. Meanwhile, patients have been waiting for a long time for operations to be performed on them, but these cannot be done as surgeons are short
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Man fumes over neglect By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho A 48-year-old ambulant patient, who should have been operated on around late February, feels that his life is being compromised after the Tshilidzini Hospital turned him away at least four times. Mr Lukas Dzivhani, who resides at Mvelaphanda section of Dzwerani village, is a builder and roofing constructor by profession. On 3 February, he was on top of a house when a timber pole gave way. He fell and broke his leg. “My leg was totally broken, so that I could
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Water-starved Tshififi residents invade Vhembe District offices Angry community members from Tshififi outside Thohoyandou caused drama at the Vhembe District Municipality (VDM) offices when they blocked entrances to the main administrative offices, demanding that they be supplied with water. This was during a protest march to the offices by Tshififi residents, who said they had been denied their basic human right to clean water by the municipality for a long time. The residents, who were also chanting slogans, handed over a memorandum of their griev-
ances to Cllr Rapson Rambuwani, who promised to take the memo to the higher authorities. The water problem has reached alarming proportions in the district, with many communities going without water for a long time. Not long ago, communities at Duthuni and Nzhelele took to the streets, barricading roads for water. Tshififi Sanco leader Mr Lufuno Benedict Gomboza said the community had endured a dry spell from February 2018 to the present. “We have had enough of this municipality. Water is life and without it there is no life at all. We have tried all in our power and engaged the municipality in this
regard but all in vain.” He added that they relied on dirty river water, “where we compete with animals and vicious crocodiles”. VDM spokesperson Mr Matodzi Ralushai confirmed they were aware of the water problem at Tshififi. He said that they were currently busy reviving boreholes in most rural Cllr Rapson Rambuwani of the Vhembe district responds after receiving the memorandum villages that had been affected from Tshififi Sanco chairperson Mr Lufuno Gomboza (right). by the water shortages. “I cannot give a time frame as of now as to when the boreholes would be functional, but we are still awaiting a technical report to that effect,” he said.
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By Elmon Tshikhudo Curious members of the community filled the Sibasa Regional Court to capacity on Monday. This was during the much-awaited judgement in the fraud case involving former Muvhango star Joe Ragwala (45), his former lover Doris Mthembi (48) and Nelly Lekgetho (67), a former employee of Limpopo businessman Goddard Mugwena. The case was postponed once again. The trio was arrested in 2009 after Mugwena had allegedly discovered the fraud. The trial started in 2015 and has been postponed many times before and was set for judgement on 8 and 9 April. During a brief appearance, their case, consisting more than 100 counts of fraud, was postponed to early next month for judgement. The presiding magistrate in the case, Mr Jakkie Wessels, was not available to conclude the case.
R1,3 m is said to have been defrauded from Mugwena’s business, Injectmed Paramedic College, over a period of four years. The modus operandi was that students who were supposed to pay their fees into the bank account were made to pay cash at the college, which was allegedly taken by the suspects. Drama ensued outside the court when Ragwala noticed that Mr Vincent Phakula, who has testified as a state witness against him in another case in Giyani, had also attended the court proceedings. Ragwala started hurling insults and screaming at Phakula, alleging that he was the one who had killed his mother, together with Mr Mugwena at Namakgale outside Phalaborwa in 2009. Mugwena was also threatened with death during the altercation outside the court. Speaking after the postponement outside the court, Mugwena said that he understood that the postponement
as the law must be applied on fact. “I am not worried about the postponement. The proceeding of the trial took five years to be concluded as it started in 2015. The case is very big and involved a number of exhibits. It won’t be easy to conclude a written judgment within a week,” said Mugwena. Joe Ragwala and Doris Mthembi will join Mr James Ragwala (Joe’s father), Ms Joyce Ragwala (Joe’s sister) and Ms Tintswalo Mhlari (Doris’s sister) next week in the Giyani Regional Court on charges of conspiracy to murder Mugwena.
Man fumes over hospital neglect help. “He wakes up in the night and complains about not working,” she said. “He is worried about his children, because he cannot fend for After a week, one doctor suggested the amthem.” putation of Dzivhani’s leg, but another one was Munna Ndi Nnyi’s director Dr Bardwell against the idea, saying that surgery would save Mufunwaini said that Dzivhani should not have his leg. Therefore, an operation was scheduled been discharged from the hospital in the first for the following week. place. “Or if they felt that releasing him was an “I was still in much pain, but the hospital option, they should have referred him to the decided to discharge me on the basis that they social workers, who would have assessed his wanted to use my bed for emergency cases,” he condition to ensure that he received either food said. “What followed was a spate of operation appointments, but each time I got to the hospital parcels or a temporary social grant.” Department of Health spokesperson Mr Neil I was turned away. They said there were in-hosShikwambana said that he would check the vepital patients who had more serious conditions than mine. I was shocked to hear what they said racity of the case and get the facts about it before he could issue any comment. because I was in much pain.” Dzivhani said his life was being compromised and added that he feared that his leg might rot at any time. He is unable to work and earn a living to maintain his unemployed wife and four children. “What the hospital is doing to me is a bad thing – they are not treating me well,” he said. “I can’t buy food and other necessities for my household now. They are making me feel less than the capable man that I know I am. Is this how our hospitals emasculate a family man and reduce him to ‘nothing’?” Now that six weeks have gone by since the MAKHADO CARE GROUP IS A hospital had scheduled Dzivhani’s operation, Dzivhani’s wife approached Munna Ndi Nnyi for NON PROFIT ORGANISATION (From page 1)
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Rivoni pupils close road to get a new school regarding shelter and educational facilities. A quick tour The pupils at Rivoni School through the school the past for the Blind closed the week showed the conditions R578 on Monday after the under which the children are Department of Education living – from stinking, dirty in Limpopo allegedly failed rooms, showers, and classto honour their promise of rooms to courtyards smelling building a school for the pu- with odorous sewage. pils with special needs. Vhutshilo Rasivhetshele In May 2016, the depart(18) pointed at one of the ment said they would renoworn-out mattresses: “Look, vate the old Lemana College is this what the department at Magangeni village for the expects us to use for sleepuse by the pupils. The school ing? We have no proper blancurrently makes use of the kets and linens, just some old buildings at Rivoni Soci- rags with which we cover our ety for the Blind at Njhakan- bodies. This is truly demeanjhaka village, near Elim. ing; we sometimes do not feel “They failed to keep like full humans – they are their promise,” said a pupil, reducing us to pigs that stay Nhlawulo Baburi. “Do these and live in a pigsty.” people know the kind of enRudzani Makheda (24) vironment we are subjected added that if their parents to at Rivoni Society for the knew about the filthiness of Blind’s dilapidated buildthe classrooms and dormitoings?” ries at the school, they would According to the pupils, have removed them from the the department failed to school a long time ago. address the school’s concerns “But then I, for one, would By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho
Pupils at Rivoni School for the Blind closed the R578 on Monday after the Department of Education allegedly failed to honour their promise of building them a school.
not have allowed them to remove me because sitting at home doing nothing is not an option. I have to be at Rivoni,” she said. “We are living in heart-breaking conditions.” While the sleeping conditions in the girls’ dormitories could be described as a “little better” when compared to the boys’, the taps on the sink are always dripping and overflowing into the dormitories from the indoors bathrooms. “The taps are old and messed up, so we are always ready to mop the water off the floor,” said Rudzani. “We know there’s no money to fix these taps here, but the government should see to it that they arrange for the fixing of the taps and sewerage system because this is just another waste.” The pupils between the ages 5 and 12 sleep in pairs on a single bed because beds and bedding are lacking. The mobile classrooms that were delivered in March 2016 amid the pupils’ strike are all now leaking when it rains. The wooden flooring is shaky and riddled with big holes in some places. The mobile toilets are not hygienic either. “There’s a shortage of braille-writer machines, and the braille-printing machines that were donated some years ago are always conked out and fixing them is costly,” said a pupil. The boys’ dormitories
resemble a “pigsty” as one pupil says, with all mattresses worn out and revealing steal springs and disintegrating cotton. “We have neither lockers nor wardrobes, so our clothes lay on our beds and down on the floor, and that alone makes us feel less than human,” said Vhutshilo. The Department of Education’s spokesperson Sam Makondo said that the department was aware of the pupils’ protest and that they were calling for calm in the school. “The department has Vhutshilo Rasivhetshele and Rudzani Makheda hold a tattered matmade a lot of progress as far tress. as the school project is concerned,” said Makondo. He said that this was a special project and a first of its kind in the province, with no standard designs, making it very different from the schools the department normally builds in the province. “We need to do bench-marking with other provinces that have similar schools, so that we avoid a situation where we will build a school that might not serve the purpose,” he said. “This is a school that must cater for all learners in the province and not the learners in that area only. The designs have been finalised and the project will be going out on tender at the end of this month. We shall work around the clock to ensure that the contractor is appointed. So, what we Mr Mpho Mudau, the younger brother of well-known gospel singer need here is patience because Lufuno Buda Mudau, wedded his sweetheart Ms Rudzani Musurely the project is going to laudzi during a lavish ceremony held at Tshitungulwane outside be implemented as planned.” Vuwani. The wedding took place on Saturday.
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A tribute to a kind friend in prison, I had an opporhis heart. Of all the challenges tunity to listen to Vho Paul which seated his heart, piracy “Mfowethu, no takala? (My Mulaudzi’s cassettes, soothing seemed to be a pressing thorn kindred, are you well?)” my broken spirit and getting in his flesh. That would have been Vho strength to live on. Sometimes “I sell my music in taxi Paul Mulaudzi’s first words I was suicidal, but his lyrics ranks in the town around of well-wishes to me if I had and voice – in songs such as Vhembe,” he said. “While I happened to call him today. Ndi a mu funa Jesu, Vhutshilo occupy this corner here, those But, for sure, I cannot ring hanga ho dzumbama, Ri a who pirate our work will occuhim. He is no more. vha livhuwa, and Tshira tsha py the area over there, selling When word of his passing muthu ndi mbilu – directed my music at a mere R10 per away reached me, I knew at me to the path of life and a MP3 collection.” once that I had lost a friend – purpose for living. Through the years, he had he called me “mfowethu” and In 2011 I was selling snacks made profit from his music, “khonani” (friend) interand ‘Cool Time’ at the very but with the advent of mass changeably. taxi rank when I heard the communication and informaI had come to know Vho distinct voice of Vho Paul tion technology which made it Paul Mulaudzi around 1990 Mulaudzi belting out one easier for pirates to duplicate when he had brought his of the songs of decades. I artists’ music at ease and with music in cassette format to followed the sound and found previously unseen speed, Vho the members of the Holiness him sitting on a chair near his Paul Mulaudzi found himself Christian Church at Madomyellowish orange bakkie with at agonising odds. bidzha Zone Two. In those huge speakers. He was selling Mulaudzi’s musical journey years, he was a member of the music from the back of his car. started in the early 1980s in very denomination. I bought at least three of his the United African Apostolic His music lived on in my DVDs and two CDs. I told him Church and he went on to youthful mind as my late unhow much I appreciated his chisel his singing abilities in cle Aifheli Mukwevho (bless music and how it had impact- the ZCC church, where he his memory) played Vho Paul ed on me and contributed in began taking his musical talMulaudzi’s collection on his my rehabilitation. ent seriously. His first album, portable radio. I came to love “Mfowethu, ndi a ni funa Ndi na Murena, came out in Vho Paul Mulaudzi’s music (My kindred, I love you)”, was 1986, followed by Tshira tsha because of its distinctive his response, and we spoke muthu ndi mbilu (1989). Over sounds, melodies and his hus- more. In the following years 20 albums and several DVDs ky tone of a voice. Even as I he would give me his new CDs followed after those two alwas young, and little as I was, and I would write reviews on bums and Vho Paul Mulaudzi I could detect the uniqueness his music for different pubenjoyed great popularity. in his songs, which marked his lications. His response was Mulaudzi passed away on music style. warm, and he appreciated my Sunday at the LTT Memorial Oftentimes I would stand work in providing a publicity Hospital at the age of 66. He on an open space at the OK space for him. will be laid to rest at Tshituni Taxi Rank under the big trees If he was happy in life, he in Nzhelele. (where there are food kiosks would tell me, and he would May his soul rest in peace. today) watching him peralso confide in me about the His music lives on. Ri a form his music which filled personal issues that gnawed livhuwa. townspeople with wonder and amazement. While he was staging his performance on this spot, Bishop Roxley Masevhe would be mesmerising townspeople with his bewitching voice and his piano in front the Lewis furniture store, near the old Checkout, or else at the Vrugteman store at Eltivillas. The late legendary musician Samuel April Ramufhi sat by the pavement along Mulamboni, strumming his guitar. The town was always alive with gifted musicians who provided food for the soul to all who happened to stop and listen to their quality music. And Vho Paul Mulaudzi was one of these great maestros of our time. In 1996 I started to mess up in life and, in 2001, found myself locked up in prison until when I got out on a Vho Paul Mulaudzi was a talented and great musician of lengthy parole on 2010. While our time. Picture: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho
Chief Madonsi finally gets installed By Elmon Tshikhudo After many years of not having a formal leader, the community of Madonsi Malamulele in the Collins Chabane municipality finally had a chief installed in the village on Friday. Hosi Evans Hlungwani Madonsi was installed as chief, taking over the leadership after the passing of his late father. The installation took place at the Mdanisi Primary School, preceded by protests during the week, with a rival family group blockading the gates of the local traditional offices. Elderly people with placards also protested at the gate a few days before the installation. Representing the royal family, Mr Samson Hlungwani, uncle of the new chief, told the history of the chieftainship and showed why Evans Wisani Hlungwani was the rightful heir to the position. Messages of support also came from the Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa and the Vatsonga Machangana Royal Unity Forum. Representing Contralesa, Hosi Aaron Mahumani urged
the new leader to work with all stakeholders for the development of the community. Hosi Lwandlamuni Nwamitwa, on behalf of the Vatsonga Machangana Forum, urged the community to support their leader, saying only one person could occupy the position. Coghsta MEC Jerry Ndou said the programmes of the government could not materi-
alise without the cooperation of traditional leaders. “Be a chief who will develop your community and the country of South Africa with your knowledge,” said Ndou. Hosi Madonsi told his subjects that he would work together with all the structures in the community and the department for development in their area.
Minister of Sport and Recreation Ms Thokozile Xasa (left), Coghsta MEC Jerry Ndou, Collins Chabani Municipality’s mayor, Cllr Moses Maluleke, and Ms Faith Chauke pose with Chief Wisani Hlungwani Madonsi during the installation.
No bail for suspect in murder case with various other cases by the police and had been on the run Angry community members since the death of Mageda. The of Maebane and Midoroni suspect allegedly found Mageda protested outside the Tshiland chased him until he fell, wavhusiku Magistrate’s Court after which he stabbed him to last Friday, demanding that death. the court not grant bail to a Shortly after the death of murder suspect. Mageda, angry community The suspect, Ambani Rama- members of Midoroni and hala (24), had been evading the Maebane went to the house police for almost two weeks. of the suspect and set it alight He had allegedly stabbed and because they felt that the police killed the 24-year-old Masala were reluctant to arrest the “Mageda” Ramashia, a soccer man. The following day, the star from Makhitha Runga community also started blockBirds, a fortnight ago. Ramaing the R522 main road behala handed himself over to tween Maebane and Midoroni. the police last Wednesday. He Representing the community appeared in the Tshilwavhusiku members who were picketing, Magistrate’s Court last Friday. Mr Alugumi Muofhe said that The demonstrators at the they would oppose bail. “We court demanded that the have had enough of endless, suspect be removed from their brutal and senseless murders community. They also demand- within our communities,” he ed that the court be harsh on added. “Our young ones do not the suspect and not grant him deserve to die like rats.” bail as they regarded him as a He added that they had dedanger to the community. cided to march to show society One of the protesters said that they were saying no to the that the suspect was giving killing of community memthe community sleepless night bers. “We went there to make because of his alleged crime a statement that all killers sprees. He said that the suspect belong in prison. We abide by was wanted in connection the law, which dictates that one By Kaizer Nengovhela
remains innocent until proven otherwise by a court of law,” he added. “We do not want more people to die under mysterious circumstances. If these people are granted bail, they might continue with their murderous spree. Let them be locked up forever,” he said. He said the community did not want to see the suspects again in the village as the community felt that they might continue with their cruel deeds. “We need the justice system to make sure that this man does not get bail,” an unhappy Muofhe said. The case was postponed to 29 May for a bail application.
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An umbrella, fan and a charger pave way for young scientist to showcase talent in Kenya Elizabeth and Norman Mashiri from Dr Joseph Shabalala Secondary School in A local young scientist who developed Ladysmith. a solar-powered umbrella that can “From a young age I have always charge devices such as cell phones, known that I was a creator in many visited Kenya the past week to take ways, because I am fascinated by art part in the 2019 Kenya Science and and science,” said Ntendeni. “I am Engineering Fair that took place in always keen to expose my inventions to Nairobi. the world at large.” Ntendeni Nephawe is a pupil from The idea for the invention came after Mbilwi Secondary School near Thohe had observed people walking the hoyandou. He teamed up with a fellow streets under the shade of umbrellas, student, Unarine Mulaudzi, and they and still they were sweating. developed the unique umbrella that also “So, I decided to create an umbrelincorporates a cooling fan. The device la which had a fan inside it, to bring can charge four mobile devices. refreshing ventilation to a pedestriNephawe and Mulaudzi entered their an user,” he said. “That was my first design in the Eskom Expo for Young successful invention, but then I came Scientists last year. Their innovative up with the idea for an umbrella thinking made an impression on the solar phone charger which produces judges at the Eskom Expo for Young electricity and comes in handy in these Scientists International Science Fair disturbing and challenging times of (ISF) and their project was announced load-shedding.” as one of the four winners. Mbilwi Secondary School’s princiThe competition is open to all pripal, Nyambeni Lidzhade said that the mary- and high-school learners. This, school was very proud of Ntendeni’s unfortunately, meant that Unarine achievement and success. They felt could not go to Kenya as she finished greatly honoured and humbled to have her matric last year. him participating in an international The three other winners are Siphesiprogramme. hle Sithole from Mehlokazulu High “Ntendeni is one of our own who is School in Pietermaritzburg, Caroline participating in a multi-naBoshoff from Cape Recife High in Port tional maths and science expo By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho
– and that fact makes us feel happy in particular because we are a maths and science school,” Lidzhade said. “This young man is an ambassador for our school, a school which is associated with success from its inception.” Ms Ntendeni’s mother, Mariana Motlare, expressed her joy and said that she felt proud and fulfilled as a mother. “I thank God that I am able to witness to His answers to my prayers and I so believe that he would enter South Africa with the country’s flag floating high from his very right hand,” Motlare said. Ntendeni resides at Makwarela Ext 3 in the Vhembe district. “Eskom Expo is thrilled to be able to send these bright young scientists to represent South Africa in the oldest science fair on the continent, in Kenya,” said Parthy Chetty, Eskom Expo’s Executive Director. “In the past, our learners have always enjoyed their stay and experiences in Kenya, as they exchange stories of their different cultures, experiences and environments. Eskom Expo continues to provide a platform and opportunities for young scientists to showcase their talents as part of the national initiative of South Africa,” he added.
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Ntendeni Nephawe with an umbrella which has a solar-powered fan and mobile phone charger.
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Mbilwi Secondary School’s principal, Nyambeni Lidzhade (right), congratulates Ntendeni Nephawe.
Unarine Mulaudzi (left) and Ntendeni Nephawe.
As of June last year, the Makhado Municipality had a total number of 700 employees and 134 vacant positions. The wage bill for both employees and councillors amounted toR282,58 million in the 2017/18 financial year. These are some of the figures from the summarised annual performance report of the municipality’s 2017/18 financial year. During the year, the municipality implemented a total of 10 capital projects, most of which had been the construction of roads. Only four projects were completed, namely Gombita Phase 1, Valdezia Phase 1, Tshirolwe Phase 1 and Tshikwarani Phase 1. The municipality had spent 100% of its Municipal Infrastructure Grants (MIG) with the initial approved budget of R91 170 000. This budget was later adjusted to R106 160 000 and eventually brought the actual expenditure to a total of R106 169 000. The report states that the municipality is currently busy with 10 capital projects that are at various stages of completion in the 2018/19 financial year. “It is anticipated that the majority of these projects, when completed, will improve access to many villages,” reads the report. The report further states that,
although water provision is the any outstanding statutory financial responsibility of the Vhembe District obligation as at the end of the first Municipality, it remains one of the quarter of the 2018/19 financial year. main challenges. The disruption and “The Municipality is able to pay shortage of water supply in residential retentions as and when the projects areas and the lack of bulk supply for are successfully completed and after residential and industrial developthe Defects Liability Period. The ment continues to be a hurdle for this balance of the retention as at the end municipality. of the previous financial year was R 21 The report states that the budget million.” has been allocated during the 2018/19 The 2017/18 annual performance financial year to purchase required report was delivered by the municimachinery, since a shortage of graders pality’s mayor, Cllr Samuel Munyai, for internal street grading is a big during the Municipal Public Account challenge. Committee (MPAC) public participaAccording to the report, the munic- tion meeting that was held at Waterval ipality is in the process of developing last month and subsequently at the and approving a revenue-enhanceMakhado Show Grounds two weeks ment strategy. Some of the reveago. nue-enhancement initiatives include the installation of pre-paid electricity meters. The municipality also wants to intensify credit control mechanisms, speed up the response in resolving disputed accounts and address the responsible sale of municipal land for development. The report indicates that the munic- The mayor of Makhado Local Municipality, Cllr ipality does not have Samuel Munyai.
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DA files a complaint against VDM at SAHRC Local Government The Democratic Alliance (DA) officially filed a complaint with the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) on Tuesday to probe the failure of the Vhembe District Municipality (VDM) to provide consistent clean water to all residents for the past five years. “This is a clear violation of Section 27 of the Constitution,” said Mr Jacques Smalle (DA Limpopo premier candidate) in a press release. According to Smalle, residents in the rural villages of municipalities such as Makhado, Musina and Thulamela have been struggling to get water and no turnaround strategies have been implemented to supply water as an interim relief to the residents. He highlighted
the fact that many areas, including Louis Trichardt, Tshikota, Elim and surrounds, were left without water for the past two weeks. “The communal water taps dotted around many villages in these municipalities within Vhembe are no longer in use as they remain waterless. Some families fetch water from streams nearby where cattle and goats also drink, whilst others resort to buying water from their neighbours who have boreholes,” said Smalle. He added that the crisis also affected local businesses in all the CBDs and malls in Louis Trichardt, Elim, Musina and Thulamela. “The water crisis happens despite the launch of a R513 million water project between Valdezia and Mouwkop reservoir [in Louis Trichardt] in 2017. The water project was intended to supply
water to Makhado, the Makhado Air Force Base and 33 villages within the Sinthumule and Kutama areas, but the project has been abandoned and left incomplete by a contractor,” said Smalle. Smalle reiterated that the VDM, as the water-services authority to all these municipalities, has incurred over R1.2 billion of unauthorised, irregular and fruitless and wasteful expenditure that cannot be accounted for. Smalle said the DA believed that the wasted money should have been utilised to build more reservoirs, boreholes and establish more water projects to address this crisis within the district. He said the DA urged the SAHRC to commence with their investigation and ensure that officials were held accountable for violating the rights of Vhembe residents.
Itsani community join police to fight criminals By Elmon Tshikhudo
The ever-increasing crime at Tshisahulu Matieni outside Thohoyandou has prompted the community to enter into a partnership with the police in order to fight the scourge together. On Saturday, many community members gathered at the Dzindi Primary School and launched the first-ever street committees in the area. The area has been declared one of the crime hotspots in Limpopo in the recent crime statis-
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stop it even before it happens. “We have capable men and women who are ready to go out there and defend this community, and we urge the whole community to give support to this project,” Gumula said. Sector commander Captain Makondelele Tshishonga hailed the community for having come up with the idea. “Crime has become societal problem and the police alone cannot beat this scourge that is tearing communities apart. The time is now that we as police and you the community join hands and fight together to end this monster. This area is overwhelmed by crimes such as robberies, theft and rapes, among the crimes. If we start from street level, criminals will not have anywhere to hide. They will be exposed and arrested, and together we can make this area of ours crime-free,” said Tshishonga.
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The men and women dedicated to fighting crime in their area during the launch of the street committees at Tshisahulu Matieni. Here they are with the Thohoyandou police, with whom they have forged a partnership in the fight against crime.
Miss South Africa Plus World winners: Tiisetso Mashabathakga, Tondani Sikhwari and Petronela Mabaso. Photo supplied
Tondani crowned Miss South Africa Plus World
She thanked her family, church and friends for making it possible A student of the University of for her to win. “Thank you so Venda, Tondani Rolivhuwa much for your moral, spiritual, Sikhwari, was crowned Miss and financial support. I never South Africa Plus World during would have made it without you. a ceremony held at BloemfonHaving such a positive support tein on Saturday. system keeps me going to achieve better. Thank you so much. I was She will represent South Africa really humbled to see everyone go next year in the Miss Plus World all out to support me,” she said. International Pageant in Texas, She said that she is passionate USA. about being a plus-size model. Tiisetso Mashabathakga from “Society has set limitations for Gauteng was the first princess people like us and often leaves us and the second princess was out in various activities, mostly in Petronella Mabaso from Mpuma- the beauty industries. I want to langa. The pageant is designed to break that chain,” she added. give curvy women a platform to She started modelling during showcase their natural beauty and Grade 8 at Tshivhase Secondary to break the stereotype that curvy School in 2009. “I love dancing. women are not beautiful. They had various activities for The 22-year-old Tondani from pupils to engage in. I chose ballMakwarela said she was delighted room dancing and kwaito and I to be crowned queen. “It is such was the only plus-size (person) in an honour to win this event. I both groups. That encouraged me have conquered what they deemed to do more and engage myself on impossible for a young black girl,” all plus-size platforms that could she added. “Your body does not open in the future.” define who you are, it shouldn’t She was crowned Miss Venda set limitations to your passion, Plus Size first princess 2017/18 ambitions and aspirations in life. and Miss Univen African Size Your inner beauty unleashes your queen in 2018. outer beauty.” She is a final-year LLB student. By Mbulaheni Ridovhona
Police rescue 3-year-old from a car hijacking gang swiftly responded, which resulted in the arrest of these suspects in The Limpopo police’s relentless the Maake Policing area outside fight against the scourge of crime Tzaneen. “During the arrest, police yielded positive results with the rescued a three-year-old child and arrest of 12 suspects during an the owner of the hijacked motor intelligence driven operation. vehicle and confiscated two motor The arrests were effected in the vehicles, a firearm and bank cards. Tzaneen, Thohoyandou, Mahwel- The preliminary police investigaereng and Groblersdal clusters. tions revealed that the suspects In the Tzaneen Cluster, four were on a mission to go and commit suspects aged between 22 and 37 business robberies in the Tzaneen were arrested for the possession of Cluster and the surrounding areas,” an unlicensed firearm and ammusaid Ngoepe. nition, as well as car hijacking that Meanwhile, in the Groblersdal occurred in the Thohoyandou polic- Cluster, four suspects aged between ing area on 7 April at around 21:00. 24 and 55 were arrested for pos“This follows an incident where session of dagga with an estimated a 34-year-old man was opening a value of R500 000. The other incigate at his home at Thohoyandou dents occurred in the Zebediela and when a group of men appeared Marble Hall policing areas, where from nowhere and forced him and four suspects were nabbed for his daughter into their car at gunbusiness robberies and possession point and drove away with them,” of suspected stolen properties. said provincial police spokesperson Provincial police commissioner Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe. Lieutenant General Nneke LedThe police were notified and waba applauded the team of SAPS Crime
members for arresting the criminals. He also thanked the community for the valuable information
that assisted the police to effect these arrests.
The four suspects arrested for the possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition and car hijacking that occurred in the Thohoyandou policing area on 7 April. Photo: Limpopo SAPS.
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Local comedian Mr Majo Almost-Famous bagged the Africa gospel comedian of the year award at the Africa Gospel Awards Festival (AGAFEST) held at the Action Chapel Dome in Accra, Ghana, a fortnight ago. He came up against famous comedians such as Multi B (South Africa), Kenny Blaq (Nigeria), Akpororo (Nigeria), Angel Gabriel (South Africa), Lepacious Bose (Nigeria), and Tebogo Ntlahane (South Africa). After the event, he said that he was delighted and could not put into words or describe how he felt. “I thank God for winning this award. Without Him, I’m nothing.” He thanked his fans for voting for him. “ I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for the love and support my fans gave me,” he said. When asked why he was so passionate about being a comedian, he said that people went through a lot in their lives and it gave him much pleasure and fulfilment when he got to make them laugh and forget about all their troubles. “That is what makes it all special. Making people laugh their pain away. Comedy is medicine for the soul, which heals a lot of illnesses that society is facing.” He draws inspiration from the likes of Martin Lawrence, Eddie Murphy, Red Fox and Richard Pryor and his goal is to have his own comedy talk show on one of the national broadcasting channels. He was born Mukovhe Magwedze and hails from Makwarela. According to the CEO of Big Events Ghana, Mr Prince McKay, the purpose of the awards is to recognize and celebrate talent and hardworking gospel acts, ministry, mission projects, outreach and evangelism, charity works and many more works related to spreading the gospel across Africa. “The awards also seek to unearth, encourage, motivate and inspire musicians and Christian activities, missions, and evangelism outfits to aspire to attaining excellence in their ministries and businesses, and to be of better Mr Majo Alservice to the most -Famous. Kingdom of God,” Photo supplied . he added.
Prince Chauke is arguably currently the biggest and hottest Xitsonga musician in Limpopo. Known as Henny C – Tsonga Prince in music circles, this musician, originally from Phambo village in Malamulele, scooped up four awards during the 15th annual Mungana Lonene FM Xitsonga Music Awards (XMA15). The awards ceremony, which saw nominees battling it out in 13 competing categories, was recently held at the Giyani Stadium. The soulful Henny C took home best disco, best RnB, best Doctor Thomas Chauke Artist of the year and the highly contested Best Xitsonga Male award. Nominated in five categories, the only award he did not win was Most Popular Song of the Year, which went to Joe Shirimani. “Winning those awards was like a dream come true. It is something that I worked hard for with the hope that one day I will win,” he said. These awards, however, are not the only accolades he has achieved in his 16-year-long music career. Last year he won the best RnB award during the Limpopo Music awards (LIMA), in which he was nominated in four categories. He was also nominated in the best vernacular
Hip Hop category in SATMA 13. “When I made my first RnB song, I knew that my songs would be played on MLFM one day and I would win awards,” he said. Narrating his journey to Limpopo Mirror, Prince C said he only managed to find his breakthrough in the industry in 2016 after he was given an opportunity to record his first Afro RnB album. The 10-track-album, inspired by his personal life, was released in October that year. His first single from this debut album, Lovola money, earned him two nominations at the South African Upcoming Music Awards (Sauma) in 2017. The studio producer, studio engineer, photographer, videographer and music-video producer recalled that the journey to success was not easy. “It wasn’t easy - it’s been ups and downs; trying to find the right people to work with, the funds and the studio was a huge stumbling block,” he said. Prince C, who is a husband and the father of two boys, credited his achievements to his manager, Tumi Shirinda, his wife Jenine Chauke and his family for supporting him. “Facing everyday life as a musician who doesn’t have a full-time job is not easy. But that’s what makes everything worthy when one day you break through. With
By Silas Nduvheni A new age hip hop artist from Shayandima, Rofhiwa Nemakonde has just released a new CD, Hopes and Dreams. He is better known on stage as Madboyworldwide. Nemakonde (27), who is both singer and composer, said that his music is a mix of kwaito, trap music and RNB. He said that his music is a little different from the wellknown Venda rap music. His hopes and dreams is to inspire the future generation, hence the title of the CD. It is his second album. The first one, Madfam, was released in 2016. The new CD consists of eight tracks, with Monalisa, 3am in the city, Candy
Magidimisa and Cyril Ramaphosa among the songs. Nemakonde added that, with the track Cyril Ramaphosa, he was embracing the fact that Ramaphosa is the first Venda president, saying none have ever dreamt that the country will be ruled by a Venda person, who was born and bred in dusty village of Khalavha. He further said that, with the track Candy Magidimisa, who is one of the actors of the Muvhango Tshivenda soapie, he acknowledges his role model. She is also his every day support system. Hopes and Dreams was recorded at Swagod studios in Shayandima town. For booking and live performances, Nemakonde can be contacted @ 082 735 5630.
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God on our side, anything can change anytime,” he said. Even though it was a struggle in the beginning, Prince C continued believing in his talent. He has recorded three albums since 2016 and has indicated that they continue to do wonders for him. He is also planning to release another album this year, since he is known for releasing albums annually. “I am so excited to do some few songs as well and release another album, which will be available soon,” he said.
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Henny C, argubly the hottest Xitsonga musician in Limpopo right now. Photo supplied.
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Meet Pfuluwani Chris Mashige Pfuluwani Chris Mashige (22) was born in the Tshilidzini Hospital and was raised by Mr Nyadzeni Richard Mashige and Mrs Aluwani Melva Mashige. He has four siblings, Elekanyani, Khathuthelo, Talukanyani, Elelwani and Cynthia. Pfuluwani grew up at Tshaulu Tshamahala and started school at Nyamuliwani Primary School, and later he moved to Ntsedzeni Secondary in Tshaulu. According to him, he experienced a love for radio when he was in Grade 1, “I was motivated DJ Lagguga, when he was still presenting at Univen FM, and in 2015 I became more obsessed with radio, like my siblings.” When he passed Grade 12, he went to stay at Khalavha and from 2016 he became part of Nzhelele FM (103,0) when it was still streaming live. He then hosted the afternoon drive show from 15:00-18:00. In 2018, he was moved from the drive show to the Venrap Solution from 03:00 to 06:00 on Saturdays and he is still part of the
same programme. Mashige said he was a presenter who loved to see other people making it in life and becoming successful. He also loves his listeners dearly.
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Art & Entertainment Youths being creative as key players in a recording studio By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho A gentleman with a heart of gold recently set up a recording studio to help launch the talents of many young and old artists. “I want to help as many youths as possible here in the Makhado area, so that they realise their music talents,” said Sewata Ramaleba, the studio’s executive director. “We already have more than 10 youths attached to our recording studio and the talent is amazing.” Waya Waya studios were set up late last year at Madombidzha Zone 2, in the Sinthumule area. While Ramaleba has expertise in the operations of a recording studio, he had chosen to offer young men and women a chance to hold key production positions in the studio, so that the studio would really belong to the people and not just to the founder. “I don’t underestimate the talent these youths have, because I know and I have seen that they are capable of making good music from beats and lyrics to project packaging,” he said. “The youths, if they are monitored well and are given constructive guidance, will amaze you. Just given them a space to be themselves artistically, and they will be creative.” Waya Waya Entertainment is not just an average recording studio, but an institution of learning, practice and excellence. Its head producer is the 20-year-old Phillip “Crosswave” Masengane, who joined the studio early this year. “I learned beat-making from the comfort of my bedroom on my laptop,” he said. “Today I am happy that the first-hand basic knowledge
in beat-making has just landed me a post of a producer at Waya Waya. I feel at home when I am in the studio, surrounded by the artists whom I am working with.” Ashley “Esh Graphics” Ramaru (20) is the chief graphic designer in the studio, and he also sings in the hip hop and RnB genres. The expertise of Esh Graphics means that the recording studio hardly seeks the services of a graphic designer from external service providers. “I learned graphic design way back, in fact at the age of six, when my mom taught me drawing,” he said. “Today I
am a computer wizard.” Kagiso “Kay Gee Splodge” Maphakela (22) is an accomplished singer whose talent needs neither verbal nor written introduction. “Words are cheap – just have some time to listen to any of my songs and you’ll have something positive to say,” he said. The kind of music being made at Waya Waya is streaked with innovation, experimentation and uniqueness – the characteristics that all make the music fresh to listen to and enjoy. Sewata Ramaleba can be reached on 078 269 0796.
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Rogers “Rooijah” makes poetry come alive high note. He writes his origThe talented reggae poet, Roginal poems and ers “Rooijah” Tshipenga, has just blends them released his latest studio album, with instruentitled Muloro, which is quickly mental sounds, earning him respect among reggae where he music lovers. majors in bass In the tranquil village of Ha-Lamand rhythm. “I bani, Rooijah started his music career, am known all which saw him relocate to Gauteng over southern for employment purposes. He was Africa for my introduced to Masana Records, where deep voice of a The talented reggae poet Rogers “Rooijah” he also recorded Muloro, which is his poet who never Tshipenga. third reggae poetry album. compromises “Muloro was released just recently his style and and it comprises ten songs or poems talent,” he said. Criminal Law which all resound with the singer’s “I speak truths to power, praise my in 2016, where I collaborated with tunes and rhythm,” he said. people and the soccer teams which I so Eddie Luvhengo, Rendani Nevari and His album boasts hits such as love. I have just discovered my social Radical Dreadz,” he said. Muloro, Lion never die, Crime and position as a poet and singer, and it is He added that Muloro was receivcorruption, Muvenda nga swili, Kha that of nation builder.” ing massive airplay at national radio ntsumbedze lufuno, Black leopards, On this album, he features the stations and that it was doing well in Corruption, and Li do da duvha. “It award-winning poet, Vendaboy Poet, the market. also features a tribute to the late Jahon the track Muvenda nga swili. “I have so far sold over 500 copies man Chiganja, which is entitled Rest In 2014, he released a mega-album, and I look forward to selling more and in peace,” he said. “ Watchout School children, which sold performing the very poems before the Muloro was produced and engiover 60 000 copies in southern Africa. multitudes of fans here in Africa and neered by Dj Davic at Masana Records. On Watchout School children, he overseas,” he said. Rooijah has cemented his name as collaborated with Humbulani RamagRooijah is on Facebook and can be a performer and recording artist of wedzha. “I then recorded and released reached on 079 377 0324.
Liberty Radio Awards this weekend Phalaphala FM presenters and programmes are expected to come back with awards during the Liberty Radio Awards event, which will be held on the weekend. The programmes are: Dziaorowa, Zwamitambo, Nne Navhone, as well as the promotion of the Durban July and the Image of the station. The presenters are: Thikho Liphadzi and co-host Shandu Vele Lukhwareni of Dziaorowa, Thilivhali “Big T” Muavha of Zwamitambo, Rendani “RendyS” Sikhwivhilu for the promotion of the Durban July and Mutenda Nethengwe for the Image of the station. Liphadzi’s career in radio started when he joined the then Radio Univen as a part-time presenter in 2002. He went on to become a force to be reckoned with behind the microphone, hosting a variety of programmes. He joined Phalaphala FM in 2005 and is affectionately called Thikho Skhokho by his supporters. “I fell in love with radio at a very young age and believe I have made the right career choice. I used to mime radio programmes on my own at home and could not resist the opportunity to join Phalaphala FM, because I have wanted to expose my talent to the public for a long time.” The afternoon drive show (Dziaorowa) is nothing less than an after-school party. While practising different dance moves to the beat of all the genres of fast-paced music, one is entertained and informed by cool hosts Thikho Liphadzi, Shandu Vele Lukhwareni and Lucky “Slim” Tshilimandila with the sports bulletin. All the regular news, traffic and economic updates are there, but Dziaorowa is mainly aimed at educating the youth with features such as “youth talk” that focus on lifestyle issues that the younger generation grapples with and everything regarding HIV/Aids. Sikhwivhilu, the producer of Vhandilani (Morning Drive Show) on Phalaphala FM, started his career as a radio presenter and became programme manager at Univen Radio in 1997. He later took up the challenge of hosting the afternoon drive for Phalaphala FM. “It makes me feel proud to break the stories that suddenly become the talk of the town
and bring changes in many areas of our society,” he said. “I could not resist the opportunity to join Phalaphala FM, because I had wanted to expose my talent to the public for a long time. I am not afraid to face new challenges in life.” Sikhwivhilu joined SABC Education in 1999. He has vast experience in project management from his voluntary work in both Tanzania and Morocco and is also a senior education producer with Phalaphala FM-SABC Education. Thilivhali “Big T” Muavha, a sports presenter (Zwamitambo) went from schooling at Mufanzhoni High in Mashau to a teachers’ diploma at the then Tshisimani College, a BA at Unisa and a diploma in sports management from Univen. He also received a diploma in project management from the North West University as well as an honours degree in strategic management and cooperate governance from Unisa. “Sports have always been part of my life. I started as a sports presenter at Univen Radio in 1999 and worked with them until 2006.” During this time, he also enjoyed a stint as a teacher and with the Departments of Public Works and Transport, before joining Phalaphala FM in 2006. His show, Sports hour, caters for all the sporting codes, with the aim to develop, educate and entertain the listeners. Soccer, rugby, cricket and boxing receive a lot of coverage, due to the interest from the listeners, and it gives Muavha an opportunity to interact with big shots in sporting circles globally. “What I like about the show is that it is friendly, and we interact with the listeners.” Mutenda Nethengwe is doing the promotion of the station’s image. He went to the Sound of Sounds College to study sound engineering and ended up with a diploma in sound engineering and production. His duties as specialist producer include, among others, making jingles, recording voices and putting together sound effects. “I enjoy my work.” According to him, life comes with a lot of responsibilities “and you need to make sound choices. I think the best thing to start with is going to school to get some form of education that will serve as a good platform for your future.”
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“Dangerous” Waterval High closed by parents said the conditions at the school made it very difficult for educaThe doors of learning were tem- tion to proceed smoothly. porarily shut at Waterval High Maluleke said that members School on Tuesday. The parents of the SGB and officials of the fear that the buildings are in Department of Education had met poor condition and can harm last year to discuss the renovation their children. of the building, but nothing had The decision to close the school been done. “Our children are no was taken by the parents and the longer safe in these classes. That community because they feared is why we took a decision to close for the safety of their children. the school,” Maluleke said. Learners had blocked the road A Grade 11 learner, Ebenezer leading to the school, using stones Maluleke, said that they took and branches. risks using the broken toilets and The parents and teachers have learning in classrooms whose complained that the roof leaks roofs are broken. “I think it’s time and the ceilings are falling in. we should show the government They want the Department of Ed- that we need renovations at this ucation to renovate the classrooms school.” and the toilets. Teachers and A parent, Mr David Manganyi, learners have reportedly sustained said they had liaised with the injuries as a result of the ceiling Education Department on numerfalling in. The pupils also said that ous occasions, but they only “got the school’s roof was on the verge empty promises”. of collapsing. Mr Sam Makondo, spokesThe chairperson of the person for the Department of school-governing body (SGB), Ms Education, said that the departGladys Maluleke, said parents had ment gave schools across the been pleading with the Departprovince funds, of which a certain ment of Education to renovate percentage was supposed to go for buildings. She added that they school maintenance. He further had alerted the Limpopo Depart- said that department was also ment of Education on numerous seeking explanations on what the occasions in an attempt to address maintenance money had been the problems, but to no avail. She used for. By Kaizer Nengovhela
The chairperson of the SGB, Ms Gladys Maluleke, said parents had been pleading with the Department of Education to renovate the buildings.
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entrepreneurs who will bring development in our communities. Our target groups are boys and girls of the age 4 to 25,” said Mbodi. Mbodi further said fear of starting something new kept the idea on hold until 2017 when she faced her fears and pulled out all the stops and hosted the first successful event. The winners are used as ambassadors for charity in their communities where, through the Amphulusaho Mushadu Foundation, they target the disabled, orphaned and the less advantaged and take care of them.
They also have time to visit schools where learners are encouraged to take their studies seriously and they talk about issues of beauty. “My wish is that out of the models we are producing, one will go out and represent us nationally and even internationally. We hope that, before long, we will find them big agencies that will pay them lots of money as models.” The beauties have already visited places such as Takalani Children’s Home where they donated food parcels, clothing, toiletries and entertained the children.
A visit to a beauty pageant for youngsters at Makhado in 2015 became a turning point for a young woman, Miss Pfano Witty Mbodi. The 25-year-old from Mandala outside Thohoyandou and a science student at the University of Venda was so fascinated and inspired by the event that she went back home and started the Mr and Miss Tshikhafoma beauty pageant. The project started in 2015 and aims to unleash the potential and talents of youths who might not have exposure because they are holed up in remote rural villages. According to Mbodi, a lot of talent can be found in remote areas and most of this talent goes to waste as the youth do not have a platform to showcase what they are capable of. “For me, the visit to that show at Makhado became an eye opener and I came to realise that I could do something for our youth who just roam the streets with nothing to do but with lots of talent. Besides the beauty of the child, we are also looking at the academic side where we motivate the youth to take their education seriously.” She added that many of the youth lacked self-esteem and they wanted to make them realise their self-worth. “Our other aim is to help our Happy children at Takalani Children’s Home who were fed and given clothing by the community brew up young youths.
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Dark days for businesses amidst load-shedding sensitive and if it is mixed and it is not used for a long period Eskom has indicated that the it becomes useless. We are also dreaded load-shedding sched- losing customers, because the ules may be less of a threat electricity gets cut off at a very in the weeks to come, but the busy hour, like lunchtime.” problems of the electricity Rolie Matsila, who owns a provider are nowhere near small salon at the centre of the to being solved. Apart from Nzhelele valley, said that she the inconvenience, the power was losing customers and she outages are also making life was more worried about her extremely difficult for the bills at the end of the month. local small business sector. “This is bad for business and at the end of the month we have Limpopo Mirror visited a rent and employees to pay. We few small and medium-sized also have families that we must entrepreneurs to find out how support and we are not making load-shedding has affected anything here,” she said. them. Mr Tshihume Tshindane of Mr Mushaathoni MukwTshume’s Events and Catering evho, a local baker who sells said that he was losing business pizzas, scones, magwinya and because of load-shedding. “I potato chips at a busy four-way own a catering company and I crossing, said that the erratic had a few events that I had to electricity supply was really cater for, but I don’t think I will bad for business. “Flour is very make it because I use electricity By Maanda Bele
to cook. At the end I still have to pay my workers and rent, but I don’t know with what money because we are not making money.” Ms Mavis Mugovhoro, who is working as a dressmaker, said that she was making dresses for a wedding that would take place the coming weekend. “I now have to work overnight to meet my deadline, because Friday is around the corner. Because of this electricity load-shedding, we are losing too much money.” Jabulani Thavhani, who owns an electronics repair shop, said that customers were coming to collect their Mr Mushaathoni Mukwevho, a local baker who sells pizzas, scones, magwinya and potato chips appliances and they found at a busy four-way crossing, said that load-shedding was really bad for business. them “not fixed because there is no electricity. Now I have a lot of work to do overnight and Jabulani Thavhani owns am also not sure when the next an electronics repair shop. load shedding will be,” he said.
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Promotional playoff hopes for Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila By Frank Mavhungu Following their 3-1 victory over Ubuntu Cape Town in their NFD League match at the Thohoyandou Stadium last Saturday, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) enhanced their chances to partake in the promotional playoffs at the end of the season. TTM jumped from the seventh to the fifth spot on the log, following the victory. With
only four matches remaining before the activities for the current season come to an end, the Tshakhuma side are now eight points behind the pace setters, Stellenbosch FC. A gap of four points exists between TTM and the second-placed Ajax Cape Town, and they are three points behind the thirdplaced team, Royal Eagles. TTM are tied with Mbombela United on 41 points. The league champions will gain automatic promotion to the Absa Premiership Division while the second- and third-placed sides, together with the Absa Premiership team that will finish in the 15th spot, will compete in the promotional playoffs. The best team in the promotional playoffs will also gain promotion to the elite league. Witbank Spurs, who parted ways with the team’s head coach, Mr Ephraim Mashaba, two weeks ago, are languishing at the bottom of the log with 21 points. The other relegation candidates are Real Kings and Ubuntu Cape Town. Phumelele “Ace” Bhengu of TTM was a marvel to watch in their game against Ubuntu. He scored a hat trick. It brings the number of goals Bhengu scored in TTM’s last two matches to 5. He scored a brace when his team beat Witbank Spurs 2-0 two weeks ago. A substitute, Cameron Chweu, scored the only goal for Ubuntu in the dying minutes of the game.
Local derby ends in draw By Kaizer Nengovhela Madombidzha Western Stars held Madombidzha Arsenal to a 2-all draw in their local Safa Vhembe MMK Administrators derby at Madombidzha on Sunday. Arsenal took only 10 minutes to open their ac-
Oscar Leka of Stars pulls back Hulisani Mbodi.
count. A breakdown in communication between the keeper of Stars, Elikana Nemakanga, and his defenders gave rise to the goal. Naledzani Mukondeleli intercepted a ball directed back to the keeper and beat the keeper with a half volley. Stars did not lose their fighting spirit, despite conceding this early goal. Their midfielders continued to distribute some telling passes from the middle of the park in their search for the equaliser. Arsenal scored the second goal via Talifhani Mbelengwana to make the half-time score 2-0 in favour of Arsenal. Stars come back strongly in the second half and scored through Vhulenda Netshiavha and Lufuno Ndou. “I saw my players looking so heavy and playing without a purpose. In the first half we tried to control the game. If you can control the game, you create opportunities. They, however, used their opportunities and equalised in the last minutes of the game,” said Arsenal’s coach, Mr Owert Mammburu. Stars’ coach, Mr Maanda Themeli, said that they should have won the match if his players had used their chances. “We know each other very well and they are in good form and they play very good football.” He said that credit must go to his players as they came back from 0-2 to equalise.
Local biking hero prepares Madombidzha Rugby Club for South Coast Bike Fest to unearth local talent TTM’s players celebrate the third goal.
afternoons I would be at the school, offering lessons,” he If you mention the name said. Alfred “King Donut” MatThe school grew and he beamela in motoring circles, came one of the best instrucyou will immediately cause tors in the country and well heads to turn. He is one of known in Gauteng Province. the most notable bikers in “Today I have projects where South Africa, but he is also I train traffic cops throughout very proud of his origins the entire Gauteng Province,” which go back to the small he said. He has offered his Tshiheni village in Vhembe lessons in other provinces as where he herded cattle. well, including KZN, North As he prepares for this West and Mpumalanga. year’s South Coast Bike Fest The Yamaha South Africa in KwaZulu-Natal, Matamela brand ambassador, whose recalls how his journey started father passed away when he when he initially moved to was only six years old, said the Johannesburg, looking for success of the school promptopportunities, in 1983. He ed him to join the Soweto settled in Soweto where he se- Eagles Biker Club where he cured his first job and worked learnt spinning and honed his as a messenger delivering cycling skills. parcels using a Skoota bike. In 2009, he started his For 15 years he did the same own Club, Soweto Pathfindjob, working for several entier, taking the motorcycling ties, including the Johannesculture to a township. A lot of burg Stock Exchange (JSE) the people he trained joined and Liberty Life. Only when the club and he later became he became a provident fund famous in biking circles. His administrator did he become skills also caught the attention involved in a part-time school, of many people and he started Soweto Motorbike School, of- to receive invitations to perfering lessons for prospective form at various big events. bikers and taking a motorcyHe recalls that one of his cle to townships. career highlights the past year Due to his busy schedule, was when he saw two of his he had to juggle his full-time learners escorting President job and the side hustle. “My Cyril Ramaphosa during the boss allowed me to work in opening of Parliament. the morning and during the This year he will put on a By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo
By Mbulaheni Ridovhona In an effort to unearth local talent and to give youngsters an opportunity to develop a passion for rugby, Tony Marageni recently started a rugby club at his home village at Madombidzha. Marageni said that the Madombidzha Rugby Club was started to give children in the rural areas the same opportunity to play and learn rugby as those in the towns. “We also want to build a rugby culture in Madombidzha and get kids off the streets by getting them involved in as many sports as possible,” Marageni added. “With the transformation talks in rugby circles, it is also essential to have such initiatives in the rural areas, where most of the black people live.” When asked if a proper facility existed for the rugby club, he said that they were planning to have a multi-purpose complex built in Madombidzha that would give the community the opportunity
to live a more active lifestyle. “With a sustainable rugby club in Madombidzha, businesses will have something to invest in the community, which in turn can improve the economy of the village. The kids who play rugby will also have the opportunity to make a career out of it or even receiving rugby bursaries from top institutions in the country,” he added. He said that they also wanted to introduce rugby in the local schools within the Madombidzha area, which would improve their school facilities and get them more potential sponsors. The rugby club welcomes everyone willing to play rugby. “The players we have range from six- to 20-year-olds, but everyone is welcome to join us. We won’t turn you away,” he said. Marageni explained that he fell in love with rugby at the tender age of six. “I’m passionate about rugby, because it has given me a lot of opportunities and taught me a lot of life skills. I have travelled around the
country and created so many brotherhoods through the game of rugby. I love rugby because it teaches one discipline and gives you an opportunity to express yourself, and the fact that it’s a fun sport to play is a huge bonus,” he added. If you want to join or support Madombidzha Rugby Club, you can phone Marageni on 0658295655 or write to email@example.com.
The founder of the Madombidzha Rugby Club, Tony Marageni. Photo supplied.
Tony Marageni teaches youngsters how to play rugby. Photo supplied.
must-see performance, burning rubber in his signature smoking style on the KZN south coast at the South Coast Bike Fest for a second consecutive year. “Last year, I rode the Yamaha MT10, and this year spectators will get to watch me on the incredible Yamaha R1,” said King Donut, explaining that this is the bike ridden by Yamaha Moto GP racer Maverick Vinales. “I enjoy participating in the annual South Coast Bike Fest™ because it’s such a great place to watch upcoming talent. It’s a festival I look forward to every year.” South Africa’s biggest motorcycle and music festival - presented by Ugu South Coast Tourism - is expected to offer some crazy stunts on high-powered machines, performed by the best thrill-seeking riders from 26 to 28 April. “The tyres that I will be using this year are rare to find in South Africa. While they are spinning, they produce red and blue flames,” he said. Matamela credits his success to his three teachers from Tshiheni Primary School and Khakhu Secondary school who helped to instil discipline in him. “Growing up wasn’t easy, but perseverance brings happiness,” he said.
Alfred “King Donut” says perseverance brings happiness and success in life. Photo supplied.
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TTM to rub shoulders with Maccabi Maccabi FC at the Dobsonville Stadium on Sunday. The match With only four matches is equally important to both remaining before the end of TTM and Maccabi FC. the season NFD season, the While Maccabi will be fightstruggle for promotion and to ing it to move out of the releescape relegation will contin- gation zone, TTM must collect ue this weekend. the maximum points to remain After collecting maximum in the race for the promotional points at the expense of Ubuntu playoffs. Cape Town, whom they beat 1-3 TTM are currently in the at the Thohoyandou Stadium fifth spot on the log with 41 last Saturday, Tshakhuma Tsha points. Maccabi are in the 12th Madzivhandila (TTM) have spot on the log with 29 points. another tricky hurdle ahead of A win against TTM will be them. enough to guarantee Maccabi’s They will undertake a jourfuture as an affiliate of the NFD ney to Johannesburg where next season. they will rub shoulders with The combination of TTM’s By Frank Mavhungu
strikers, Phumelele Bhengu, Edward Maqele and Wonderboy Makhubo, is expected to keep the Maccabi defence running for cover throughout the game, while Lebohang Mabotja, Tshepo Makgoga and Patrick Meso will be there to ensure that their danger area is always clean. The other NFD fixtures are: Ajax Cape Town vs Cape Umoya United, TS Galaxy vs Royal Eagles, Real Kings vs Jomo Cosmos, Witbank Spurs vs Mbombela United, Stellenbosch FC vs Uthongathi FC and TS Sporting vs the University of Pretoria.
Tough match for United Brothers By Kaizer Nengovhela Rabali Pull Together will visit the current log leaders of Safa Vhembe MMK Administrators League Stream G, Maelula United Brothers, at the Maelula grounds on Sunday. The manager of Pull Together, Mr Masala Siwada, said that he was happy with the way the team was performing. “I’ve told my boys that we can perform well if we only focus and give our best. We are ready for the remaining matches. By winning the remaining matches, we will not only make ourselves proud but the community and our management as well,” said Siwada. The manager of United Brothers, Mr Khathu Muvhumbe, said that they were going to win the match as they were still leading Stream G. He added that the players knew it was now a matter of do or die. The captain of Mpheni Home Defenders, Ndaedza “Let them Dance” Mareda, said they were aware that Zamenkomste FC are desperate for points. Home Defenders are leading Stream E. The Manager of Zamenkomste FC, Mr Steven Mathivha, said that they were expecting a totally different Defenders side from the one they beat in the first round of the season when the two teams met again on Sunday. The Stream C leader, Ngovhela XI Experience, will play against Makhuvha All Stars and Dolphins on the weekend. The current log leaders of Stream D, Tshivhazwaulu Peace Makers, will fight for points against Shayandima Disco Dynamos and Tshakhuma KK Revolution this weekend. The Stream F log leaders, Mashamba Soccer Academy, will meet FC Mazhakandila FC and Mabidi Mighty Green. In Stream A, United Artists will host Real Fighters on Saturday and travel to Muraga Hazard Hotspurs on Sunday. Berea will play against Bale United in Stream H.
Easter meeting Notice Mamu Community Development invites all village managers and captains to the final meeting leading up to the Hollywoodbets Easter Sports Challenge 2019. The meeting is scheduled to take place on Sunday at the Vhuilafuri Stadium. It will start at 08:00. For more information, contact Mr Jafter Mamugudubi on 082 536 6309 or jafter. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dipeni, the current log leaders of Stream I, will play against Phaphama All Stars on Saturday and Muledzi on Sunday.
Emmanuel Mphephu of Home Defenders (front) is expected to distribute dangerous passes to his strikers this weekend.
The Hollywoodbets Easter Sports Challenge 2019 games were recently launched at Elengos Wedding Venue and Functions.
Mamu launches Easter tournament Sixteen villages will participate in the Hollywoodbets Easter Sports Challenge 2019 games that will take place over the Easter weekend in the Sinthumule and Kutama area. This is an annual fun-filled activity that attracts more than 45 000 participants from Limpopo Province and beyond. “This year’s tournament marks our 10th anniversary,” said Mamu Community Development’s general secretary, Mr Jafter Mamugudubi. He was commenting during the tournament’s launch at Elengos Wedding Venue and Functions last week. “We aim to continue with this kind of good work which adds value to our communities and Vhembe as a whole.” Matches at different venues will start on Friday (19th). The winners of these matches will enter the top-eight matches, which will be
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played on Saturday at Vhuilafuri Stadium at Madabani village. The top four will then battle it out in the semi-final at Vhuilafuri on Sunday. The final match will be played at 15:00. According to Mamugudubi, the overall winning team will go home with R20 000, a soccer kit, thirty gold medals, two trophies, and a floating trophy. “The champions will also get a trip to Supersport Ebhola Lethu studios in Gauteng,” Mamugudubi said. “The losers in the final get a R10 000 cash prize, while the two losers in the semi-finals receive R5000 each. Teams number 5-8 will receive R2500. All the other teams that participated in the tournament (number 9-16) get R750 each.” He stated that there would be R1 000 cash prizes for both player of the tournament and the top goal scorer. The Jerry Sikhosana Goal Post Award will be given to the best goal keeper, and it comes with a R1 000 cash prize. Talisman’s Mr Laurie Bannatyne praised the Mamu team for the good work they are doing for the communities’ benefit. “It’s heart-warming to observe that you are not doing this for money, but for the purpose of uplifting the community.” Talisman is one of the sponsors of the tournament. The final game will be covered by SuperSport.
and R5 000 respectively, as well as a soccer kit. The teams booted out of the tournament in the The quarter-final matches of the Thulamela quarter-final stage will each receive R1 000. Mayoral Cup Tournament will be staged at the The tournament’s top goal scorer, best goalMakhuvha Stadium on Sunday. keeper, best referee and the best player will also Mudaswali United Brothers and Tshikonelo receive awards. According to a statement from United will open the day’s programme at 09:00. the municipality, the prizes are likely to increase The match that is expected to be the mother of dramatically, depending on the amount the all battles will be between Maraxwe Happy Boys mayor, Cllr Avhashoni and Lukalo Hotspurs, which is scheduled to Tshifhango, will be kick off at 11:00. The fact that Happy Boys and able to raise during Hotspurs play carpet football is reason enough his fundraising camfor soccer fanatics to expect a thriller. paign. The statement Tshilavulu Air Light and Luvhimbi Western further indicates The University of Venda is committed to make affirmative will play shortly after midday. that the mayor has action appointments largely targeting women and people The day’s programme will be wrapped up by committed to raising with disabilities. the match between Vondwe Dangerous Tigers more funds towards and Tshiulungoma FC at 15:00. the tournament in the SCHOOL OF HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCES According to the rules of the tournament, coming weeks in a bid no extra time will be added in the event where CENTRE FOR AFRICAN STUDIES to make it a memoraa game ends in a draw. Instead, the teams will ble event. PART-TIME LECTURER (SOCIOLOGY) proceed straight to a penalty shootout. The final is schedRequirements: Master's degree in Industrial Sociology. This year’s champions will walk away with uled for Saturday, 4 PART-TIME SENIOR LECTURER (INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM) R15 000, soccer kit, gold medals, eight soccer May, at a venue still to Requirements: PhD in African Studies. balls and a floating trophy. The runners-up will be announced. receive R10 000, a DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH soccer kit and silver PART-TIME JUNIOR LECTURER medals. The third- and Requirements: Honours degree in English Language Teaching/ English Studies or English Language. fourth-placed sides will receive R7 000 SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES By Frank Mavhungu
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Tron to face Mighty in ABC league After beating Magezi FC 2-3 at the Ha-Manamela grounds last Saturday, it remains to be seen whether Tshakhuma RO Na Ndilani (TRON) will continue to enhance their chances to escape the relegation axe when they meet Mighty FC in their ABC Motsepe League match at the Tshisaulu Mmbengeni Kone Sports Field tomorrow afternoon. With only four matches remaining before the league programme comes to an end, TRON must win at least three of their remaining matches to be on the safe side when it comes to relegation. The Tshakhuma side are currently in the second-last position on the log with 23 points. TRON are two points behind Polokwane City Academy and three behind Great North FC. Should they manage to beat Mighty FC tomorrow and Polokwane City Academy and Great North FC lose their matches, TRON will jump from the 15th to the 13th position on the log standings. Mighty must keep a watchful eye on TRON’s stars, Khuliso Phosiwa, Oscar Mtshauba, Rinae Madzhuta and Dakalo Nemakonde, or else they will not know what had hit them when the referee blows the final whistle. The other Vhembe-based side, Mikhado FC, will pay a visit to Magezi FC at the TT Cholo Stadium outside Polokwane. A win for Mikhado will be enough to keep the Nzhelele Valley side’s title hopes alive. Mikhado are in the fourth position with 53 points, five behind the pace
setters, Madridtas FC. Madridtas will host Ndengeza FC at the Oscar Mphatha Stadium in Turfloop. The Polokwane derby between Great North FC and Polokwane City Academy will be staged at the Seshego Stadium. The other ABC Motsepe League weekend fixtures are: Ditlou FC vs The Dolphins FC, Boyne Tigers vs Barracah Valley FC, Giyani Hotspurs vs Ollesdal FC and Pusela City vs Polokwane United.
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By Frank Mavhungu After testing their strength against Orlando Pirates at the Orlando Stadium on Wednesday evening, Black Leopards are gearing up for another tough Absa Premiership League match tomorrow afternoon. They will host Kaizer Chiefs at the Thohoyandou Stadium. The fact that Leopards are not on the safe side when it comes to relegation is reason for Lidoda Duvha not to spare any effort in their preparations for the all-important fixture. The Thohoyandou side are in the 12th position on the log, while the Amakhosi are in the seventh spot. Leopards will have only themselves to blame if they fail to collect the maximum points against Chiefs tomorrow. According to Mr Elijah Mulaudzi, Leopards’ general manager, all their players, including Isaac Masia and Khuliso Mudau, will be available for selection tomorrow. Masia and Mudau watched the team’s game against Polokwane City at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium from the grandstand. They were still serving their suspensions. Chiefs’ defenders will have it tough against the Leopards’ strikers, Mwape Musonda, Lifa Hlongwane and Joseph Mhlongo. On the other hand, the Chiefs’ forwards, Bernard Parker and Khama Billiat, will have to double their efforts if they are serious about breaking the Leopards’ defence wall, which is marshaled by Marks Munyai, Pentjie Zulu and the skipper, Jean Munganga. Mulaudzi appealed to the fans to buy their admission tickets in time, saying no tickets
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THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 20(1) OF THE SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT, ACT NO. 16 OF 2013, AND SECTION 8(8) OF THE THULAMELA SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW, 2016. Notice is hereby given in terms Section 20(1) of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013 (Act No. 16 of 2013) and Section 8(8) of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management By-law, 2016, of the Thulamela Local Municipality that the Thulamela Local Municipality, at its Special Council Meeting No. 03/2019 held on 28 March 2019, as per Resolution No. SC 02/03/19, resolved to adopt the final Spatial Development Framework (SDF) of the municipality in line with Section 20(1) of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013 (Act 16 of 2013). The Thulamela Spatial Development Framework 2019/2023 replaces the current Thulamela Spatial Development Framework 2010 and its provisions shall come into effect on the date of this publication for a period of five (5) years. Further details can be obtained from the Municipal Manager: Thulamela Local Municipality, Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 or from Office 103/108, Thulamela Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou, 0950, Tel: 015 962 7303/16, during normal office hours. MASIPALA WAPO WA THULAMELA NDIVHADZO UYA NGAHA KHETHEKANYO 20(1) YA SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT, ACT 16 YA 2013, NA KHETHEKANYO 8(8) YA THULAMELA SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW, 2016. Ndivhadzo uya ngaha kethekanyo 20(1) ya ndayotewa ya Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013 (Act 16 ya 2013), na Khethekanyo 8(8) ya Thulamela Spatial Planning and Land Use Management By-law, 2016 khathihi na mutangano wa tshipentshele wa thendelano ya khoro ya 03/2019 wa dzi 28 Thafamuhwe 2019, uya ngaha thendelano ya khoro ya masipala ya: SC 02/03/19, wo dzhia thendelano ya U tanganedza bugu ndaula idivheaho sa Spatial Development Framework (SDF) uya ngaha Khethekanyo 20(1) ya Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013 (Act 16 ya 2013). Bugu ndaula ya Thulamela Spatial Development Framework 2019/2023 I do dzhia vhuimo ha bugu ndaula ire hone ya Thulamela Spatial Development Framework 2010 ya dovha hafhu ya shuma lwa mulayo lwa minwaha mitanu (5) ubva duvha la undadzwa kha gazete Zwinwe zwidodombedzwa zwi nga wanala kha minidzhere wa masipala wapo wa Thulamela kha diresi itevhelaho: Thulamela Local Municipality, Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 kana kha ofisi 103/108, Thulamela Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou, 0950, Tel: 015 962 7503/16, nga awara dza u shuma.
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LEGALS A R MADIA ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT, 66 OF 1965, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FIRST AND FINAL LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT IN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE THAMBELENI ANDRIES MAKWARELA OF ID.NO: 340407 5190 08 3, AND SURVIVING SPOUSE NYAMBENI GLADYS MAKWARELA ID NO: 530101 0490 08 1 OF ERF 2402, SHAYANDIMA, LOCATION, ZONE 6, LIMPOPO PROVINCE, ESTATE NO. 2098/2018 WILL LIE FOR INSPECTION AT THE OFFICES OF THE MASTER OF THE HIGH COURT, THOHOYANDOU, LIMPOPO PROVINCE, FOR A PERIOD OF TWENTY-ONE (21) DAYS, CALCULATED FROM THE DATE OF PUBLICATION HEREOF. SHOULD NO OBJECTION BE LODGED WITH THE MASTER’S OFFICE DURING THE SPECIFIED PERIOD, THE EXECUTOR WILL PROCEED TO DISTRIBUTE ACCORDING TO THE SAID ACCOUNT. DATED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THE 29 MARCH 2019. A R MADIA ATTORNEYS ATTORNEYS FOR EXECUTRIX OFFICE NO: G21 OLD MUTUAL BUILDING THOHYANDOU/0950 TEL: 015 962 3001 E-MAIL: ARMADIAATTORNEYS@ GMAIL.COM REF: A R MADIA ADV. THABELO P MANYELENYELE NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE LATE: LANGANANI MAFUNZWAINI
IDENTITY NUMBER: 5507175296085. ESTATE NO: 696/2019 DATE OF DEATH: 201807-18. LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: SIBASA WHILTE AREA THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY. Creditors and debtors in the above-men�oned estate are hereby required to lodge their claims with and to pay their debts to the undersigned within thirty days of the date of publica�on hereof. ADV. THABELO P MANYELENYELE OFFICE NO 14 SHOTHODZO COMPLEX CELL: 076 744 8856/081 369 0313 Email: manyelenyelet@ gmail.com
TRICHARDT. MASTER OFFICE: THOHOYANDOU In terms of sec�on 35 (5) of Act 66 of 1965 no�ce is hereby given that copies of the liquida�on and distribu�on accounts (ﬁrst and ﬁnal, unless otherwise stated) in the estate speciﬁed will be open for the inspec�on of all persons with an interest therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date speciﬁed or from the date of publica�on hereof, whichever may be the later, and at the oﬃces of the Masters and Magistrates as stated. Should no objec�on thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the speciﬁed period, the COLLINS SEBOLA INC. executors will proceed NOTICE OF RESTORATION to make payments in OF COMPANY/ CLOSE accordance with the CORPORATION account. Please take a note that NAME AND ADDRESS Collins Sebola Inc. intends OF EXECUTOR / making applica�on to ADMINISTRATORS OF THE the Companies and ESTATE: Intellectual Property MRS. LOUISE DEKKER Commission for the C/O KERN & DEKKER INC. Restora�on of Woyoza 105 KROGH STREET Trading Enterprise, P O BOX 25 Registra�on No. LOUIS TRICHARDT 2005/118252/23 0920 Previously deregistered. REF: A11659/ag/L Any objec�on to the DEKKER applica�on must lodge with Collins Sebola Inc. MADZHIGA within 21 days from date ATTORNEYS INC. of this adver�sement. Contact Oﬃce on: 015 NOTICE TO CREDITORS 516 3535 or 082 416 IN TERMS OF SECTION 4591. 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late CHAUKE PHAHLELA ELIAS, I.D no: 441219 5389 088 of Basani village who died on the 2018-1130. Estate number: LEGAL NOTICE 000497/2019 In terms of Regula�on Master’s oﬃce: 56 of the Children`s Act Thohoyandou. Persons 38 of 2005 as amended, having claims against you are hereby kindly this estate are called to requested to publish the lodge their claims within following details in your 30 days from date of publica�on: publica�on. The department of social SIGNED AT development Vhembe THOHOYANDOU ON THIS district, Musina sub-disTHE 05TH DAY OF APRIL trict, is reques�ng anyone 2019. with informa�on regardMADZHIGA ATTORNEYS ing the whereabouts INC. of biological father of OFFICE NO. 236 & 237 Muvhumbi Delroy Kwin2ND FLOOR, OLD MUTUAL da born on 2017.08.25, BUILDING Mulayo Dzinalawe KwinTHOHOYANDOU da born on 2014.01.09, FAX: 086510 4064 and Wamashudu REF: MKE/EST/54/2019 Dakalo Kwinda born on 2004.11.07 currently reMADZHIGA siding at Tshipise Sagole, ATTORNEYS INC. Musina to contact social NOTICE IN TERMS worker: Sirwali N.A at Tshipise One Stop Centre OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 on 015 539 9907 during Kindly be informed oﬃce hours (07h30that the First and 16h30)or fax: 015 534 Final Liquida�on and 3292. Distribu�on Account in To our knowledge the respect of the estate reported family of the of the late CHAUKE child is Kwinda MpheletMAFEMANA WILLIAM, shedzeni Josephinah of of Id no: 490303 5619 Tshipise Sagole. 080 of Xikukwana village, Limpopo Province KERN & DEKKER INC. Estate No. 0027/ 2018, IN THE ESTATE LATE : shall lie for inspec�on RAMATSEA WILLY at the Master’s oﬃce: MAIWASHE. DATE OF Limpopo High Court, DEATH: 24 MARCH 2016 Thohoyandou, for a IDENTITY NUMBER: period of 21 (twenty one) 660202 6978 08 7. days calculated from the MASTER REFERENCE: 12th April 2019. 762/2016. MAGISTRATE Dated at Thohoyandou on OFFICE: LOUIS
the 05th day of April 2019. Madzhiga A�orneys Inc. Executrix A�orneys, oﬃce No. 236 & 237 2nd Floor, Old Mutual Building THOHOYANDOU/0950 Fax: 086 510 4064 Ref: Est/42/2018 MADZHIGA ATTORNEYS INC. NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in respect of the estate of the late RAMASWIELA MAKONDELELE ABBY, of Id no: 520922 5188 087 of Unit C, Sokotenda, Limpopo Province Estate No. 147/ 2019, shall lie for inspec�on at the Master’s oﬃce: Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou, for a period of 21 (twenty one) days calculated from the 12th April 2019. Dated at Thohoyandou on the 05th day of April 2019. Madzhiga A�orneys Inc. Executrix A�orneys, oﬃce No. 236 & 237 2nd Floor, Old Mutual Building Thohoyandou Fax: 086 510 4064 Ref: Est/49/2018 MULONGA CAPITAL (PTY) LTD NOTICE ISSUED IN TERMS OF REGULATION 4(2) OF THE EIA REGULATION, REGARDING THE APPROVED ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION FOR THE FARM MARYLAND 1 MT AND UITENPAS 2 MS, WITHIN THE MUSINA MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT (REF: LP30/5/1/1/3/2/1/ 13240 EM) Mulonga Capital (Pty) Ltd has been granted an Environmental Authoriza�on for applica�on of prospec�ng right for chrome and related prospec�ng ac�vi�es issued by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) on the 01st of April 2019 which was received by hand by the Applicant. REASONS FOR THE DECISION In reaching the decision the Department looked into the following considera�on: (a)A public par�cipa�on processes (ppp) was undertaken and the Applicant has sa�sﬁed the minimum requirements as prescribed in the NEMA EIA 2014 Regula�ons for Public involvement (b)The environmental impacts associated with the proposed mi�ga�on measures as outlined in the BAR (c)The closure and rehabilita�on is included in the BAR. (d)The environmental emergencies procedure is included in the BAR (e)(The environmental awareness plan is included in the BAR and (f)The quantum calcula�on of the ﬁnancial provision for
rehabilita�on of the mining ac�vi�es is included in the BAR. NOTICE OF INTENSION TO APPEAL: An appeal can be lodged against the decision as s�pulated in the Na�onal Appeals Regula�ons 2014 should you wish to appeal. The appeal must be lodged within 20 days from the date of issue or receipt of the no�ﬁca�on to the minister of Environmental Aﬀairs. The appeal must be lodged as prescribed in the Na�onal Appeal Regula�ons 2014 by means of the following methods: Appeal to the Department of Environmental Aﬀairs: A�en�on: Directorate Appeals and legal review Email: appealsdirectorate@ environment.gov.za By post: private bag X 447, Pretoria,0001 By hand: Environmental House, corner Steve Biko and Soutpansberg Street, Arcadia, Pretoria,0083 Copy of the lodged appeal to the Department of Mineral Resources A�en�on: Regional Manager: Limpopo Region Email: tebogo.mangaba@dmr. gov.za Fax: 0856 444 911 By post: private bag x 9467, Polokwane,0700 By hand: DMR building,101 Dorp Street, Polokwane,0699 PLANTAGO LANCEOLATA (PTY) LTD NOTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF TSHAKUMA SHOPPING CENTRE ON THE REMAINDER OF THE FARM GEODVERWACHTING 19 LT WITHIN MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY OF VHEMBE DISTRICT. No�ce is hereby given that the Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism Limpopo (LEDET) issued an Environmental Authorisa�on (EA) for the construc�on of Tshakuma shopping centre on the remainder of the farm Geodverwach�ng 19 LT within Makhado Local Municipality of Vhembe District. The Na�onal Appeal Regula�on of 2014 prescribe a right to appeal LEDET ‘s decision. Any party who wish to do so must submit an appeal in the prescribed appeal form to the MEC of the Department of Economic, Environment and Tourism Limpopo (details below) and send a copy of the appeal to the applicant, all registered I&APs and any organ of state with interest in the ma�er. Appeal must be submi�ed by 09 May 2019 (20 days from the date of this no�ﬁca�on, accoun�ng for public holidays). MEC (LEDET) Private Bag X9484, Polokwane, 0700 Tel: 015 295 5792, Fax:
015 295 5792 Email: BaloyiFK@ledet. gov.za FOR FURTHER INFORMATION YOU MAY CONTACT PLANTAGO LANCEOLATA PTY LTD CB Centre, 75 Durham Road, Clubview East Centurion, 0157 Tel: 012 441 7001, Fax: 086 458 5035 Email: info1@ plantagolance.co.za TR LIGEGE ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All persons having claims against the undermen�oned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publica�on hereof. Estate number: 725/2019 Master’s Oﬃce:Thohoyandou, Surname MAVHUNGU, names: ELEKANYANI JOYCE, Date of birth:1962/08/18 Id No. 620818 0068 08 9, Last address: Nzhelele Makhado Date of death:2019-03-26, Names and Surname of surviving Spouse:Mavhungu Rambelani Joseph, Date of birth: 1959/05/04 Iden�ty Number: 590405 5201 08 9, Name and Address of Executor or Authorised agent: TR LIGEGE ATTORNEYS. Por�on 2 of 32,First Floor, Nw Civils Centre, Cnr Hardware Market and Thulamela Municipality Oﬃces Thohoyandou, 0950. Ref: T R Ligege T R LIGEGE ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All persons having claims against the undermen�oned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publica�on hereof. Estate number: 2649/2017 Master’s Oﬃce: Thohoyandou. MODIBA LEKWEBO PHILLIP, Date of birth:1938/08/18 ID NO: 380818 5092 08 0, Last address: Thohoyandou Date of death: 2017-10-24, Names and Surname of surviving Spouse: Modiba Mamodiba Mary, Date of birth: 1943/03/12 Iden�ty Number: 430312 0235 08 4, Name and Address of Executor or Authorised agent: TR Ligege A�orneys. Por�on 2 of 32,First Floor, Nw Civils Centre, Cnr Hardware Market and Thulamela Municipality Oﬃces Thohoyandou, 0950. Ref: T R Ligege. NETSHIPALE INC. IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA LIMPOPO LOCAL DIVISION,
THOHOYANDOU CASE NO: 1320/ 2018 In the ma�er between: TSHILILO RAMUGONDO AND 3 OTHERS (APPLICANTS) AND HEADMAN RAMUGONDO NTSHENGEDZENI AND 9 OTHERS (RESPONDENTS) The Ramugondo Royal Council hereby clariﬁes that the main applica�on herein is s�ll pending and further that the 1st to 5th Respondents represented by VM Netshipale A�orneys are challenging the refusal by Judge N.F Kgomo to recuse from this ma�er on the grounds of biasness and being compromised. V M NETSHIPALE INC. 2 Mphephu Drive Thohoyandou-Sibasa Main Road, Block P.East THOHOYANDOU/0950 P O Box 617 SIBASA/0970 TEL: 015 962 6020/0711 FAX: 015 962 6020/2023 REF: MR. NETSHIPALE/ TAA/O/C758 VUKANI INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING SERVICES INC. MUSINA LAND USE MANAGEMENT SCHEME, 2010 Simultaneous Special Consent and Building Line Relaxa�on applica�on for: the construc�on and opera�on of a telecommunica�on mast and base sta�on. No�ce is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that in terms of Clause 20 of the Musina Land Use Management Scheme, 2010,that we, the undersigned, Vukani Infrastructure Planning Services Inc., applied to the Musina Local Municipality for Special Consent for the purposes of the construc�on and opera�on of a Telecommunica�on Mast and Base Sta�on on Erf 71 Messina, situated at 2 Dreyer Street, Messina. Par�culars of this applica�on will lie for inspec�on during oﬃce hours at: Musina Local Municipality, 21 Irwin Street, for a period of 28 days from 5 April 2019. Any objec�on to or representa�ons in respect of the applica�on shall be lodged in wri�ng, together with the grounds thereof to both the Musina Local Municipality, Private Bag X611,Musina, 0900, as well as with the under men�oned applicant, not later than: 17 May 2019 Applicant details: VUKANI INFRASTRUCTURE
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PLANNING SERVICES INC. P O Box 32017, To�usdal, 0134 418 Rus�c Road, Silvertondale, 0184 Tel: 012 804 1504, fax: 012 804 7072 E-mail: email@example.com Reference number: ATLM151 VUKANI INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING SERVICES INC. MUSINA GRONDGEBRUIKBESTUURSKEMA, 2010 Gelyktydige aansoek vir Spesiale toestemming en Boulyn Verslapping vir: die konstruksie en oprig�ng van 'n telekommunikasie mas en basisstasie. Kennis word hiermee gegee aan almal wie dit mag raak, dat ingevolge die bepalings van Klousule 20 van die Musina Grondgebruikbestuurskema, 2010, ons, die ondergetekende,. Vukani Infrastructure Planning Services Ing., aansoek gedoen het by die Musina Plaaslike Munisipaliteit vir spesiale toestemming vir die doeleindes van die oprig�ng en bedryf van 'n telekommunikasie mas en basisstasie op Erf 71 Messina gelee te 2 Dreyer Straat, Messina. Besonderhede van hierdie aansoek sal beskikbaar wees vir inspeksie gedurende die kantoorure vanaf 08:00 tot 16:00 by: Musina Plaaslike Munisipaliteit, Irwin Straat 21, vir 'n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 5 April 2019. Enige beswaar teen of vertoe ten opsigte van die aansoek moet binne 'n tydperk van 28 dae na publikasie van die advertensie in die plaaslike koerant, nl. 5 April 2019, skri�elik by die kantoor van die Munisipale Bestuurder, Munisipale kantore, Privaatsak x611, Musina, 0900, ingedien word, sowel as by die ondergenoemde aansoeker, skri�elik en nie later nie as: 17 Mei 2019. Applikant Besonderhede: Vukani Infrastructure Planning Services Ing., Posbus 32017, To�usdal, 0134 418 Rus�c Weg, Silvertondale, 0184 Tel: 012 804 1504, Faks: 012 804 7072 e-Pos: firstname.lastname@example.org Verwysingsnommer: ATLM151 (Continues on p13)
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VENTER & VENTER INC. IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF THULAMELA HELD AT THOHOYANDOU CASE NUMBER: 764/2018 In the matter between: TAKALANI SIPHEII and (EXECUTION CREDITOR) TSHIFHIWA LUKOTO (EXECUTION DEBTOR) NOTICE OF SALE IN
EXECUTION IN COMPLIANCE with the judgment of the Magistrate's Court of THOHOYANDOU and the warrant of execution served on the 16TH day of OCTOBER 2018 the under mentioned goods will be sold in execution on the 26th day of APRIL 2019 at 11H30 at SHERIFF WAREHOUSE, SHAYANDIMA INDUSTRIAL AREA NEXT
QUALIFIED pEtroL/ DIEsEL mEchAnIc available at
sErVIcE DEpArtmEnt Minimum Qualifications: • 3 Years work experience on Hino vehicles • Valid Code 10 Driver’s License • Must be computer literate • Preference will be given to Hino Technicians We provide a competitive salary, medical aid and provident funds.
Applications can be emailed to: email@example.com Closing date for applications: 17 May 2019
TO BUCO HARDWARE to the highest bidder without warranties or representations. EXECUTION DEBTOR'S RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN AND TO: 1 X 1 DOUBLE DRUM ROLLER 1 X 1 WELDING MACHINE 1 X 1 JUMPING RHEAM TERMS OF SALE: STRICTLY CASH. SHOULD VAT BE PAYABLE IN RESPECT OF THE SALE, IT SHALL BE PAYABLE BY THE PURCHASER SIGNED AT LOUIS TRICHARDT ON THIS 9thH DAY OF APRIL 2019. VENTER & VENTER INC OFFICE 113 OLD MUTUAL BUILDING THOHOYANDOU TEL: 015 516 7770/1/2 FAX: 015 516 5724 EMAIL: celcoventer@ hotmail.com REF: JJ VENTER/CS/ SA0281 VENTER & VENTER INC. IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF THULAMELA HELD AT THOHOYANDOU CASE NUMBER: 153/2014 In the matter between: NDOU FINANCIAL SERVICES (REG NO: 199 8/057947/23) EXECUTION CREDITOR and FUNZANI MARTHA NEMUTUDI (ID NO: 610611 0126 082) EXECUTION DEBTOR
NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION IN COMPLIANCE with the judgment of the Magistrate's Court of THOHOYANDOU and the re-issue warrant of execution served on the 22ND day of JANUARY 2019 the under mentioned goods will be sold in execution on the 26TH day of APRIL 2019 at 11H30 at SHERIFF WAREHOUSE, SHAYANDIMA INDUSTRIAL AREA NEXT TO BUCO HARDEWARE to the highest bidder without warranties or representations. EXECUTION DEBTOR'S RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN AND TO: 1 x 1 TV SET 1 x 1 FREE STAND FRIDGE 1 x 3 PIECE LOUNGE SUITE TERMS OF SALE: STRICTLY CASH. SHOULD VAT BE PAYABLE IN RESPECT OF THE SALE, IT SHALL BE PAYABLE BY THE PURCHASER SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS 19TH DAY OF MARCH 2019. OFFICE NO 113, OLD MUTUAL BUILDING THOHOYANDOU, 0950 PO BOX 3077 LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 TEL: 015 516 7770/1/2 FAX: 015 516 5724 celcoventer@hotmail. com REF: JJ VENTER/MD/ NDF011
TENDERS / VACANCIES THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID
Private Bag X5066 Thohoyandou 0950 Limpopo Province Tel: (015) 962 7500 Fax: (015) 962 4020 (015) 962 5328
Thulamela Municipality is inviting capable service providers for the provision of the following services. BID NUMBER
BID NO. 49/ 2018/ 2019
Testing, supply, delivery and installation of network maintenance
R3 per page
Mr Davhula K (015 962 7718) or Ms Mudau P (015 962 7543)
80/20 preference points system.
Bid documents will be available as from the 09th April 2019 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou or can alternatively be downloaded from e-tender portal (www.etender.gov.za). Interested Service providers will be expected to submit the Bid documents with the following compulsory requirements. • Tax Compliance Status Letter or Tax Compliance Pin Number. • Company registration documents (eg. CK). • Proof of registration on CSD • Proof of municipal rates and taxes or municipal service charges owed by the bidder and all of its directors, not in arrears for more than 3 months. (The proof of municipal rates and taxes or municipal service charges to be submitted must not be older than three (3) months from the closing date of the bid. • List of IT networking projects completed in the last 5 years with clients contact details and contract values (attach completion certificates). Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile NB: Service providers must submit their Certified BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African Accreditation System only (SANAS) or sworn affidavit Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); PPPFA, Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of 80:20 preferential points system. Sealed bid documents must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11:00 on, 02 May 2019. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou.
at Mankgodi along the D3270 within the Blouberg Local Municipality under jurisdiction of Capricorn District municipality of the Limpopo Province Nature of Activity The proposed project is the establishment of Fuel/filling station with area coverage of approximately 1 hectares. Application for Environmental Authorisation to undertake the following activities: 07 April 2017 EIA Regulations: GN. R 327, Activity 14 The development and related operation of facilities or infrastructure, for the storage, or for the storage and handling, of a dangerous good, where such storage occurs in containers with a combined capacity of 80 cubic metres or more but not exceeding 500 cubic metres. GN. R 327 Activity 28 (ii)
TAKALANI ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANCY CC NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (BASIC ASSESSMENT) PROCESS FOR THE PROPOSED MANKGODIFUEL/FILLING STATION (Maemo Projects and Trading Pty Ltd) Notice is hereby given in terms of Regulation 54 of the Regulations published in Government Notice no. R 326 of 07 April 2017 published in terms of Chapter 6 of the National Environmental Management Act (Act no .107 of 1998) of the intent to conduct an Environmental impact Assessment process (Basic Assessment Process) for the following activity: Proposed establishment of a fuel/filling station on Portion 0 of farm Langlaagte No.279-LR
Residential, mixed, retail, commercial, industrial or institutional developments where such land was used for agriculture, game farming, equestrian purposes or afforestation on or after 01 April 1998 and where such development: (ii) will occur outside an urban area, where the total land to be developed is bigger than 1 hectare; excluding where such land has already been developed for residential, mixed, retail, commercial, industrial or institutional purposes Location The proposed project is located in portion 0 of farm Langlaagte 279 LR, Blouberg local municipality, under jurisdiction of Capricorn district municipality, Limpopo province Name of Applicant: MAEMO PROJECTS AND TRADING (PTY) LTD
Name of Environmental Assessment Practitioner TAKALANI ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANCY CC Registration of Interested and Affected Parties In order to register as an interested and affected party, raise queries, or submit your comments you may contact us by telephone, fax, email or Postal address on the contact details below within 30 days of this notice. Registration, queries and written comments should be submitted to: Takalani Environmental Consultancy cc Contact details: Phone: 078 831 3579 Fax: 086 769 4862 Contact person: Takalani Mukondeleli firstname.lastname@example.org/ takalani.envioro. email@example.com Postal Address: Postnet Suit #25, Private Bag X5020, Thohoyandou, 0950
Private Bag X5066 Thohoyandou 0950 Limpopo Province Tel: (015) 962 7500 Fax: (015) 962 4020 (015) 962 5328
INVITATION TO BID PROVISION OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ON LED STATEGY REVIEW
Thulamela Municipality is inviting interested qualified firms, with sound knowledge and experience of Led Strategy to render services for Thulamela Municipality. ITEM NO.
REFERENCE NUMBER PROJECT AREA
Bid No 70/2018/2019
BID DOCUMENT PRICE
Thulamela LED Strategy R3.00 PER PAGE
Tender documents are obtainable from Procurement Office, Office No. 02 at Thulamela Municipality Main Offices, during the following times: 08:00 to 15:30 (Monday to Friday) as from 16 April 2019 or can alternatively be downloaded from e-tender portal (www.etender.gov.za). Interested companies are invited to attend a compulsory tender briefing on 24 April 2019, at 10h00 Thulamela Information Centre (Boardroom) next to Thulamela Arts Centre. Interested service providers will be expected to submit their proposals with prices. Bidding companies are required to submit the bid documents with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax clearance compliant status letter or pin. • Company registration documents. • Proof of Registration on CSD • CVs of the proposed project team, and their office location. • Similar previously executed projects with contract values and client’s contact details. • Companies’ and Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction, not older than 3 months and not in arrears for more the 90 days. The appointed service provider should include a town planner. Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); PPPFA, Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of 80:20 preferential points system and functionality. Functionality Score Table: EVALUATION CRITERIA
Demonstrate the understanding and technical expertise of the Project
Relevant Experience with clients contact numbers and project values
Post graduate qualification in Economics, Development Economics, Develop- 20 ment Studies or Equivalent of the key personnel. B-BBEE
Proven skills transfer for sustaining of the project and impact thereof
The minimum threshold for functionality is 60% and bidders who score less than 60% will not be considered for further evaluation Sealed bid documents must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11:00 on 14 May 2019. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, and Thohoyandou. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any Bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a Bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of the submission thereof
The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any Bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a Bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of the submission thereof
Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned, completed by pencil, sent by telegraph, facsimile, electronically (Fax), or E- mail and without the compulsory requirements will be disqualified.
Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned, completed by pencil, sent by telegraph, facsimile, electronically (Fax), or E- mail and without the compulsory requirements will be disqualified.
Technical enquiries can be directed to Mr. Nemakonde MP at 083 457 2249/015 962 7555. Administrative queries can be directed to Mrs Mudau Phophi at 015 962 7500/7796.
MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950
MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950
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S Team Orlando Pirates Mamelodi Sundowns Bidvest Wits Cape Town City FC Polokwane City Supersport United Kaizer Chiefs Bloemfontein Celtic Golden Arrows Highlands Park AmaZulu FC Black Leopards Chippa United Baroka FC Free State Stars Maritzburg United
Absa Premiership Log Played Won Draw 25 11 11 24 11 11 25 12 5 25 11 7 25 10 10 24 11 6 25 9 9 25 8 7 25 7 10 24 6 12 25 9 5 23 6 7 25 5 9 25 5 9 24 6 6 25 3 8
Lost 3 2 8 7 5 7 7 10 8 6 11 10 11 11 12 13
GD 13 12 10 8 7 4 6 -2 -2 0 -6 -11 -7 -8 -13 -11
Points 44 44 41 40 40 39 36 31 31 30 26 25 24 24 24 20
Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream A
Team Played Caledon Junior Birds 11 Mbokota FC 10 Bungeni Y Diplomats 12 Mashamba Record Breakers 11 Jomo Young Stars 12 Masakona Young Tigers 9 Given Bungeni 10 Basani Arrow Chiefs 10 Mashamba Shining Stars 10 Mukondeni Young Chiefs 11 Mukondeni United FC 11 Tshivhuyuni Dream Boys 12 Bush River FC 11 Bodwe FC 11 Matsila Arsenal FC 1 Mashamba United Bro 1
Won 8 7 5 6 4 4 3 3 3 1 2 2 2 1 0 0
Draw 2 1 6 3 5 2 4 3 2 7 4 3 3 2 1 0
Lost 1 2 1 2 3 3 3 4 5 3 5 7 6 8 0 1
For 34 16 21 18 27 10 9 14 7 13 11 12 6 8 0 1
Against Points 11 26 8 22 11 21 11 21 21 17 8 14 13 13 15 12 15 11 18 10 20 10 13 9 15 9 17 8 0 1 3 0
Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream B
Team Played Lambani United FC 9 Elim Blackpool Juniors 10 Mailaskop Academy 10 Koki FC 9 Elim Double Class 9 Nthabalala United 9 Mamphagi Real Vultures 11 My Time FC 9 Mpheni Barcelona The Return 10 Mailaskop Action Killers 9 Elim All Stars 9 Mulima FC 5 Vleifontein United 8 Nthabalala Flying Eagles 8
Won 9 6 5 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 0
Draw 0 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 3 3 2 1 3 0
Lost 0 2 3 2 2 3 4 3 5 4 5 2 4 8
For 24 20 19 16 15 15 12 7 12 14 12 6 11 9
Against Points 7 27 9 20 11 17 10 17 9 17 13 14 16 13 12 10 12 9 22 9 19 8 6 7 22 6 21 0
Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream C
Team Played Vyeboom United 17 Doli Anchors FC 15 Mutheiwana Punchline 15 Tshivhazwaulu Newcastle 13 Bvumo La Shango 17 Tshimbupfe Village Bro 15 Tshimbupfe Disco Stars 15 Mashau Young Stars 14 Davhana Balanganani 16 Bofulamato Blue Birds 14 Nngwekhulu Real Rovers 13 Nesegani Shooting Stars 12 Mianzwi Hungry Tigers 13 Mutsha MN Academy 12 Hanani Home Fighters 11 Singo Disco Five 12 Mission Young Rovers 10 Ramukhuba Development 17
Won 11 9 9 6 7 7 6 6 5 6 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 0
Draw 4 4 3 5 5 3 6 5 7 3 3 2 4 6 4 1 1 3
Lost 2 2 3 2 5 5 3 3 4 5 6 6 6 4 5 10 8 14
For 29 20 27 23 16 22 25 24 21 26 15 11 12 13 16 16 11 19
Against Points 11 37 9 31 18 31 12 26 11 26 15 24 19 23 18 23 13 22 23 21 19 15 18 14 23 13 13 12 22 10 30 7 34 4 44 3
Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream F
Team Played Matshavhawe Come to see 12 Mauluma Light Commanders12 Matshavhawe United 10 Maelula New Mates 9 Matanda Zebra Force 8 Mavhunga Home Sweepers 9 Matshavhawe Young 11 Tshedza Onismus FC 12 Murunwa XI Experience 10 Makungwi Mighty Blues 10 Vuvha Kill Them All 8 Siloam XI Bullets 10 Mashtown Juventus FC 9 SJ Masetoni Four Brothers 9 Maelula Stars FC 7 Murunwa Home Sweepers 10
Won 8 7 7 6 6 3 3 3 2 4 3 1 2 1 1 0
Draw 3 5 1 1 0 4 4 3 6 0 2 6 2 3 2 3
Lost 1 0 2 2 2 2 4 6 2 6 3 3 5 5 4 7
For 23 17 21 17 15 14 15 13 10 12 15 8 6 6 5 4
Against Points 9 27 7 26 7 22 10 19 5 18 10 13 16 13 20 12 10 12 17 12 17 11 12 9 10 8 14 6 14 5 16 3
Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream G
Team Played Matsa All Stars 15 Mune Pumps FC 11 Mudimeli Bombers FC 12 Matanda Juventus FC 14 Paradise Monaco Ratas 12 Mamuhohi Home Boys 15 Musekwa The Real Lions 11 Mamvuka Tshipolopolo 10 Tshikuwi XI Stars 12 Matsa Freedom Fighters 12 Mamvuka Jazz Gunners 12 Sendedza Black Uhuru 11 Mudimeli Bomo United 11 Nzhelele Home Sweepers 11 Tshikhudo FC 8 Mandiwana Soccer 10 Tshikhudo Chelsea FC 12
Won 9 9 8 6 5 5 4 5 4 3 3 4 3 2 2 0 0
Draw 3 2 2 6 5 3 5 1 3 5 5 1 4 4 2 3 3
Lost 3 0 2 2 2 7 2 4 5 4 4 6 4 5 4 7 9
For 30 29 17 10 7 22 13 15 12 15 13 12 7 12 3 12 8
Against Points 1 30 6 29 7 26 6 26 3 20 23 18 4 17 16 16 13 15 17 14 12 14 18 13 8 13 17 10 8 8 24 3 29 3
SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators A Team Played Won Draw Lost For United Artists 23 22 1 0 62 SMSA FC 24 17 4 3 49 Makovha All Stars 23 12 5 6 42 Royal Arsenal 22 10 9 3 38 Salema All Stars FC 24 9 7 8 40 Khandhani FC 24 10 4 10 39 Malamulele United 24 8 9 7 32 FC Basel 24 9 4 11 29 Govhu Black Bulls 23 9 4 10 28 Real Fighters FC 24 7 9 8 38 Tshisima Professional 22 8 6 8 27 Mapapila Blue Ribbon 23 9 3 11 34 Matsakali Sky Rangers 24 9 2 13 30 Mphego Real Rovers 24 8 5 11 24 Shigamani FC 24 7 6 11 34 Muraga Hot Spurs 23 8 3 12 25 Langutani Blue Birds 22 6 8 8 29 Sidou Peace Makers 24 3 4 17 21 Altein Reformed 21 2 3 16 12
Against Points 7 67 18 55 25 41 27 39 29 34 39 34 25 33 28 31 37 31 38 30 27 30 40 30 34 29 37 29 36 27 41 27 29 26 68 13 48 9
SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators B Team Played Won Draw Lost For Madritas FC 24 20 3 1 81 Thenzheni Liverpool 24 16 3 5 44 Madandila Happy Boys 23 13 4 6 32 Begwa United FC 24 11 7 6 42 24 11 7 6 38 Tshifudi XI Experience Mukula Young Santos 24 10 9 5 36 Mahagala Young Stars 23 11 6 6 25 Musasenda Big XI 24 10 8 6 37 Tshaulu Gheto Boys 24 11 5 8 36 Matangari High Aims 24 11 2 11 32 23 8 2 13 39 Matangari Rising Stars Tshaulu Powerline 22 7 5 10 21 Mukula Jamaican Stars 23 6 6 11 29 Tshidzini Happy Fighters 24 5 7 12 24 Phandulaluvalo 24 4 6 14 24 Gaba Union Fighters 24 4 6 14 22 Khubvi Dangerous Dakkies 23 3 6 14 15 Matsika Shooting Stars 23 3 4 16 19
Against Points 13 63 26 51 19 43 23 40 25 40 24 39 24 39 27 38 27 38 39 35 47 26 30 26 34 24 50 22 45 18 45 18 49 15 49 13
SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators C Team Played Won Draw Lost For Ngovhela IX Experience 24 16 4 4 35 Rockers FC 21 15 4 2 39 Marula XI 21 13 4 4 45 Tshambobvu Junior Aces 23 13 4 6 30 Tshitereke Young Mast 24 11 6 7 39 Vondwe XI Bullets 22 11 5 6 32 Mbilwi New Generation 22 9 9 4 18 Shonisani FC 24 9 5 10 26 Nweli Stone Breakers 23 9 5 9 26 The Dolphins 21 7 7 7 16 Makhuvha All Stars 23 8 3 12 23 Phiphidi Bush Bucs 24 6 8 10 23 Ngwenani Young Chiefs 23 7 5 11 16 Dobby Freedom Birds 24 6 8 10 24 Themba Sunrise Riders 23 6 5 12 27 Gondeni United 24 5 7 12 16 Ngudza Young Vultures 23 6 3 14 30 Ngovhela Backside 23 6 2 15 31 Maranzhe Hungry Lions 22 5 4 13 16
Against Points 13 52 15 49 15 43 18 43 26 39 23 38 8 36 22 32 30 32 22 28 31 27 32 26 27 26 45 26 39 23 30 22 46 21 43 20 27 19
SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators D Team Played Won Draw Lost For Tshivhazwaulu Peace Makers19 13 5 1 33 Muziafera Blue Eagles 19 12 5 2 47 Beuster Mighty Chiefs 21 11 5 5 34 Cobra Stars FC 21 9 6 6 27 Shayandima FC Dynamos 20 9 6 5 23 Flying Eagles United FC 20 10 2 8 31 Univen FC 20 7 8 5 35 Lwamondo Pull Together 21 8 5 8 29 Gwamasenga United 20 7 7 6 24 Tswinga Young Stars 20 7 4 9 14 Kalahari FC 20 6 4 10 14 Vyeboom Marikana 21 6 3 12 22 Voweto Maximum 21 3 9 9 21 Duthuni Happy Boys 19 5 3 11 20 Tshakhuma KK Revolution 19 2 8 9 13 Phungo All Stars 21 2 8 11 16
Against Points 10 44 21 41 19 38 19 33 23 33 26 32 26 29 30 29 17 28 18 25 27 22 31 21 35 18 36 18 30 14 35 14
SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators E Team Played Won Drawn Lost For Mpheni Home Defenders 23 17 4 2 59 Makhitha Oscar Stars 23 17 4 2 44 Madombidzha Arsenal 23 16 4 3 44 Magau United 24 16 3 5 53 Greenway Soccer Academy 22 12 1 9 36 Western Stars 21 10 6 5 32 Zamenkomste FC 23 9 4 10 32 Midoroni Real Hearts 23 7 7 9 31 Makhitha Runga Birds 19 6 9 4 23 LTT Murunwa TVET 20 7 6 7 16 Maebani Young Eagles 23 6 8 9 30 Manavhela Black Aces 23 6 7 10 25 Tshikhwani Stone Breakers 23 7 2 14 22 Muraleni United Brothers 23 4 6 13 19 MML FC 22 4 5 13 16 Mailaskop Pull Together 23 4 3 16 19 Rainbow All Sports 14 3 5 6 11 Makhitha Iya Runga 22 3 2 17 15
Against Points 11 55 12 55 14 52 15 51 33 37 19 36 25 31 29 28 17 27 20 27 35 26 31 25 41 23 40 18 36 17 52 15 20 14 77 11
SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators F Team Played Won Draw Lost For Mashamba Soccer 23 18 2 3 47 Wayeni Sea Robbers 21 17 4 0 55 FC Mazhakandila 22 14 5 3 36 Muwaweni Lucky Stars 22 10 8 4 30 Mukondeni Shooting 23 9 10 4 26 Mabidi Mighty Green 22 9 7 6 31 Mashamba Benefica 23 7 12 4 27 Phadziri FC 22 8 8 6 18 Masakona United FC 24 8 6 10 27 Kurhuleni Happy Fighters 22 5 11 6 22 Tshinavhe FC 22 5 10 7 23 Bokkies Scientists 20 5 9 6 18 Madadzhi Eversmiling 23 6 5 12 23 Eleven Worrior 22 6 4 12 21 Valdezia Depotivo 22 5 6 11 15 Tshivhuyuni Two 4 Joy 24 4 8 12 20 Mambedi FC 23 3 8 12 13 Hash Land FC 20 3 7 10 17 Slanger AC Milan FC 22 1 6 15 11
Against Points 11 56 16 55 17 47 18 38 17 37 33 34 18 33 16 32 29 30 32 26 23 25 21 24 34 23 31 22 26 21 36 20 31 17 32 16 39 9
SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators G Team Played Won Draw Lost For Maelula United Brothers 21 16 4 1 35 Mikhado Development 21 13 5 3 43 Tshituni Hot Spurs 22 11 9 2 22 Rabali Pull Together 19 11 4 4 26 Tshivhilidulu Hungry Lion 22 8 9 5 16 Phadzima KSP Young 20 8 8 4 15 Seven United Brothers 23 7 7 9 19 Tshikuwi Stone Breakers 21 6 9 6 15 Matanda Rockers 21 6 8 7 22 Tshiendeulu New Castle 22 7 5 10 34 Vuvha Digger United 22 6 8 8 18 Luvhalani Sunshine 21 7 4 10 17 Edson Muraida 23 3 12 8 17 Mauluma Black Mambas 23 6 3 14 20 Sangoma Black Robbers 22 3 8 11 15 Dopeni Mighty Comrades 22 3 8 11 15 Nzhelele Young Nation 21 4 5 12 18
Against Points 6 52 12 44 7 42 16 37 13 33 15 32 23 28 16 27 23 26 38 26 22 26 28 25 28 21 32 21 25 17 28 17 35 17
SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators H Played Won Draw Lost For Berea FC 24 17 6 1 50 Musina All Stars 23 16 6 1 44 Annel Real Vikings 24 16 5 3 56 Bale United 23 16 5 2 46 Musina United 24 10 9 5 38 Tshiungani Young Chiefs 24 9 7 8 35 Masea Try Again 25 6 14 5 31 Folovhodwe Stone Breakers 24 5 11 8 16 Igwe FC 25 6 8 11 24 Masisi Young Stars 22 5 10 7 17 Tshiilamusi Super Eagles 25 6 6 13 22 Tshisimani Top Challengers 24 5 7 12 24 Muswodi Happy Fighters 24 6 3 15 17 Tshenzhelai Diiteleni 25 3 10 12 18 Muraluwe Shining Stars 24 4 6 14 16 Maramanzhi Pull Together 24 1 9 14 20
Against Points 14 57 8 54 21 53 19 53 24 39 28 34 27 32 20 26 37 26 30 25 43 24 48 22 34 21 35 19 34 18 52 12
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SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators I Played Won Draw Lost For Dipeni FC 25 18 7 0 58 Sambandou Unt Prof 25 18 4 3 45 Ficus FC 26 13 9 4 37 Rambuda Young Fighters 23 13 5 5 37 Tshandama Try Together 25 11 10 4 26 Thengwe Fly Peace 24 12 6 6 42 Lukau FC 26 9 9 8 32 Mulodi Freedom Birds 24 8 11 5 29 Phaphama All Stars 25 9 8 8 36 Gondeni Big Cat FC 24 7 7 10 31 Mutshenzheni Gorillas 25 7 7 11 30 Mavhunde Hungry Vultures 24 8 4 12 28 Tshanzhe Pre-Mightys 26 7 7 12 35 Muhuyu Copper Stars 26 6 9 11 26 Muledzhi Fire Boys 26 6 8 12 31 Ngalavhani B Lion 26 6 8 12 29 Mavuma FC 25 7 4 14 17 Makuya Try Again 25 7 3 15 34 Makwarani F Boys 24 5 6 13 30 Mulodi Young Santos 26 5 4 17 25
Against Points 11 61 12 58 20 48 23 44 16 43 33 42 31 36 23 35 31 35 34 28 35 28 34 28 47 28 33 27 38 26 36 26 39 25 51 24 41 21 70 19
National First Division Team Played Won Draw Lost Stellenbosch FC 26 14 7 5 Ajax Cape Town 26 13 6 7 Royal Eagles 26 12 8 6 Mbombela United 26 11 8 7 Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 26 11 8 7 Richards Bay 26 10 9 7 TS Galaxy 26 9 10 7 Utongathi 26 9 10 7 TS Sporting 26 9 8 9 Cape Umoya United 26 7 10 9 University of Pretoria 26 8 7 11 Maccabi FC 26 7 8 11 Jomo Cosmos 26 7 8 11 Real Kings 26 6 8 12 Ubuntu Cape Town 26 6 7 13 Witbank Spurs 26 5 6 15
For 39 36 35 32 31 24 30 26 23 19 23 28 21 24 22 23
Against Points 18 49 24 45 20 44 22 41 26 41 24 39 23 37 2 37 26 35 24 31 37 31 32 29 27 29 33 26 35 25 44 21
Team Mulindathavha O Swall Tshamutshedzi FC Tshilongwe Y Bombers New Discovery FC Tshidzini FC Tshahaulu S Academy Citizen FC Buluni H Boys Tshivhilwi Y Stars Tshaulu H Lion Nduvheni FC Dimani Y Masters Munangwe U Brothers Mubvumoni FC Tshikambe FC Belavhathu Lukaolo HG Spurs Lambani H Defenders
THULFA STREAM A Played Won Draw Lost 13 9 3 1 13 9 2 2 12 7 3 2 12 5 3 4 13 5 3 5 8 5 2 1 13 4 5 4 13 4 5 4 13 5 2 6 13 3 6 4 13 3 5 5 13 3 5 5 11 2 7 5 13 3 4 6 12 3 4 5 10 2 6 2 12 3 0 9 13 2 1 10
For 28 29 27 21 11 12 18 16 19 6 20 17 15 14 12 18 19 11
Against Points 11 30 16 29 18 24 21 18 12 18 4 17 15 17 14 17 21 17 19 15 21 14 21 14 15 13 20 13 24 13 19 12 25 9 27 7
Team Tshikonelo Highlanders Tshikonelo United Malavuwe G Movers Azwibali FC Banyini F Swallows Gole Liverpool Zwalone Y Stars Tshamutavha H Stand Sterkstroom R Chiefs Mbahe F Rebels Tshififi FC Mukoma All Stars
THULFA STREAM B Played Won Draw Lost 11 7 1 3 11 6 3 2 11 5 5 1 11 5 3 3 11 3 6 2 11 4 3 4 11 3 5 3 11 3 4 4 11 4 1 6 11 2 3 6 11 2 3 6 11 1 5 5
For 19 21 11 17 13 16 15 14 10 11 12 10
Against Points 9 22 11 21 6 20 16 18 10 15 15 15 15 14 16 13 19 13 15 9 20 9 17 8
Team Tshikovha Arsenal Ravies FC All Nation FC Budeli United Nkhwatshiseni FC Real Magidi Tshikhudini FC Dumasi All Stars Arsenal FC Juventus FC Tshiulungoma FC Tshivhulani F Boys Maniini Real Madrid Bembani FC Thohoyandou FC
THULFA STREAM C Played Won Draw Lost 11 8 0 3 12 6 3 3 12 5 6 1 10 6 1 3 11 4 4 3 11 5 1 5 11 3 6 2 11 3 6 2 10 3 5 2 11 4 2 5 11 3 3 5 10 3 3 4 12 3 3 6 11 1 5 5 10 0 2 8
For 17 27 19 20 18 19 17 9 9 14 14 12 13 13 9
Against Points 8 24 15 21 11 21 15 19 15 16 22 16 16 15 8 15 9 14 18 14 11 12 15 12 19 12 20 8 28 2
Team Mungamunwe FC Dzwerani U Brothers Manamani City Ndondola FC Miluwani H Boys Hlupheka Mashawane Y Tigers Tshisaulu M Pirates Mapate B Mambaas Mvelaphana FC Tshisaulu FC Muthndinne Mahematshena Y Stars All Bullets Centurion FC Sibasa A Stars
THULFA STREAM D Played Won Draw Lost 12 11 1 0 12 9 1 2 12 7 3 2 11 7 2 2 11 6 3 2 11 6 2 3 12 6 0 6 12 5 2 5 11 5 1 5 11 4 2 5 11 3 3 5 12 3 1 8 9 2 1 6 11 1 3 7 10 1 1 8 12 0 2 10
For 33 36 21 6 21 24 20 21 24 12 13 15 5 14 5 7
Against Points 9 34 6 28 9 24 8 23 9 21 15 20 17 18 22 17 17 16 15 14 15 12 30 10 19 7 26 6 22 4 48 2
Team Mapholi K Them All Tshivhungululu HV Ngwenani M United Maha F Gunners Vhutshavhelo FC Lunungwi FC Mukumbanii S Stars Matondoni Sweepers Ralies FC Tshilapfene S Arsenal Tshiawelo Bossveld Tshirembe Vkillers Themba Heroes Vondo Vibes Madamalala FC Ngovhela FC
THULFA STREAM E Played Won Draw Lost 13 11 0 2 13 8 3 2 13 8 2 3 13 6 5 2 12 7 2 3 13 4 8 1 13 5 5 3 13 5 4 4 13 4 4 5 12 4 4 4 12 2 7 3 12 2 6 4 13 2 2 9 13 1 5 7 13 1 2 10 11 1 1 9
For 23 29 29 20 16 18 27 26 26 24 17 16 14 9 8 11
Against Points 11 33 12 27 18 26 11 23 11 23 10 20 21 20 20 19 21 16 19 16 18 13 23 12 28 8 26 8 37 5 32 4
Deadline: Tuesday 12:00 No handwritten logs will be accepted Team Mukula Y Brothers Muukula Equitor Vondwe United Mukula M Killers Mutuwa Brazilians Tshidimbini B Lion Vondwe D Tigers Domboni FC Tshitereke C Stars Goldville Y Tigers Makhuvha Up the Ants Mukula T Mushonga Dzingahe P Makers Mukukula Avalon Ngudza United Matashe FC Mukuka S Stars Vhufuli P Together
THULFA STREAM F Played Won Draw Lost 12 10 1 1 12 8 2 2 11 8 2 1 12 7 3 2 12 78 0 4 10 6 3 1 11 6 2 3 11 4 7 0 11 5 3 3 12 5 1 6 12 3 6 3 11 2 5 4 11 2 2 7 11 2 2 7 12 1 3 8 11 1 1 9 9 0 3 6 11 0 0 11
For 26 18 18 21 29 16 17 10 16 17 19 14 14 15 9 11 7 9
Against Points 10 31 6 26 8 26 10 24 20 24 7 21 10 20 4 19 11 18 17 16 24 15 12 11 18 8 21 8 28 6 31 4 15 3 34 0
Team MT Green Mambas Vhutala M Rangers Khubvi P Makers Tshipako H Spurs Makonde Youth Muhuyu XI Experience Mudaswali U Brothers Makonde Y Tigers Khubvi Feedas Makonde M United Tshatshingo P Holes Damani P Line Makonde H Defenders Luvhimbi Waderers Makonde FC Tshilngwi FC Tshiwani F Boys Mudzidzi FC Matgangari Settlers
THULFA STREAM G Played Won Draw Lost 12 8 1 3 12 7 4 1 12 7 3 2 1 7 1 3 11 6 3 2 11 6 3 2 10 6 2 2 9 6 1 2 11 5 2 4 11 3 3 5 10 2 5 3 12 3 2 7 10 2 4 4 11 2 4 5 10 2 3 5 10 3 0 7 11 2 1 8 12 2 1 9 10 2 1 7
For 29 25 24 28 19 20 16 13 18 14 15 12 12 7 11 12 7 11 7
Against Points 15 25 14 25 13 24 18 22 6 21 14 21 6 20 7 19 19 17 22 12 18 11 18 11 17 10 15 10 14 9 20 9 19 7 24 7 21 7
Team Lukau H Aces Maranxwe H Boys Mutale Vikings Tswera H Chilies Shadani D Scorpion Managa Uprising MD United Muhotoni FC Tshiawelo D Vultures Mashsishi Y Tigers Tshiombo Try Again Tshiombo XI Securitas Phalama Y Vultures Balethavha FC Mianzwi G Hornent Mapulon H landers Tshagumbu FC
THULFA STREAM H Played Won Draw 11 9 0 11 8 2 10 7 0 10 6 2 11 5 4 11 6 1 11 4 4 10 5 1 11 5 1 10 4 1 10 4 1 10 3 2 9 2 1 9 1 2 10 1 2 8 1 1 8 1 1
Lost 2 1 3 2 2 4 3 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 7 6 6
For 32 19 28 24 18 23 11 13 12 16 9 15 17 9 5 5 6
Against Points 11 27 9 26 15 21 16 20 12 19 18 19 9 16 15 16 23 16 13 13 16 13 18 11 21 7 17 5 19 5 14 4 16 4
Team Tshlavule Elite Mangaya L Comondos Tshaanda N Vultures Mabila H Defenders Tshamulungwi L Win Bashasha T Masters Makwali Try Again Lurangwe The Angels Thogwe FC Thogani FC Dzhanguluvhe FC Maheni FC Humbulani FC Luphephe FC Madzivhanani FC Gundani FC Mulodi Spain
THULFA STREAM I Played Won Draw Lost 11 7 4 0 11 7 0 4 10 6 3 1 12 4 5 3 11 4 4 3 10 4 4 2 11 4 4 3 10 4 3 3 8 3 4 1 10 3 3 4 11 3 3 5 11 3 3 5 9 3 2 4 12 3 2 7 9 2 2 5 10 2 1 7 10 2 1 7
For 23 21 18 13 19 11 15 13 12 16 9 11 8 20 6 8 7
Against Points 10 25 12 21 9 21 13 17 16 16 9 16 15 16 7 15 8 13 17 12 11 12 16 12 8 11 26 11 12 8 19 7 22 7
Team Luvhimbi Western Mudagasini FC Lamvi FC Mahunguwi United Tshanzhade United Musundaa United Matovha Devoted Stars Guyuni Hot Spurs Makuya J Acess Vhurivheri FC Fandani FC Maholoni FC Tshambuka FC Nwiini C Stars Sambandou 7 Hunters Mukongwe FC Zwavhavhili
THULFA STREAM J Played Won Draw Lost 11 10 0 1 10 9 1 0 8 8 0 0 11 7 0 4 10 5 3 2 10 4 5 1 11 5 1 5 10 4 2 4 10 3 4 3 10 2 6 2 10 2 5 3 9 2 2 5 10 2 2 6 11 2 2 7 11 2 2 7 12 1 2 9 10 0 1 9
For 23 21 23 13 21 18 17 21 12 20 10 14 11 16 10 13 7
Against Points 9 30 8 28 9 24 10 21 13 18 11 17 15 16 11 14 11 13 18 12 13 11 19 8 16 8 22 8 19 8 26 5 40 1
THULFA STREAM K Team Played Won Draw Lost Tshithuthuni R MY Pr 11 10 1 0 Fundudzi U Brothers 11 9 2 0 Shanzha All Stars 11 9 2 0 Shehshe Bush Bucs 10 8 1 1 Fondwe FC 12 7 2 3 Khalavha Napoli 12 6 1 5 Khakhu Y Chisefs 11 6 0 5 Muadnungu Try Again 13 6 0 7 Thononda All Stars 12 3 4 5 Khalavha Y Chiefs 9 4 1 4 Mandala Y Vultures 10 4 1 5 Maname Y Tigers 12 3 3 6 Mandala Olympic 11 3 1 7 Tshikomabani S Vultures 12 3 1 8 Tshifume S Defence 10 2 3 5 Tshikombani O Boys 10 3 0 7 MTM U Brothers 11 1 0 10 Milabomi Chop Them 10 0 1 9
For 35 24 19 12 21 18 25 14 16 13 13 14 12 16 12 9 4 9
Against Points 9 31 3 29 5 29 5 25 16 23 14 19 11 18 16 18 17 13 14 13 14 13 18 12 19 10 27 10 13 9 23 9 27 3 35 1
For 76 72 58 47 47 52 44 40 49 22 25 39 19 36
Against Points 23 54 17 46 17 45 36 37 39 35 40 33 35 29 37 27 58 25 25 38 41 20 64 12 50 11 79 10
Team Sendedza Masters LTT Masters Vhulaudzi Masters Khakhu Masters Swongozwi Masters Sinthumule Kuatama Ngovhela Masters Wesifa Masters Elias Masters Dzanani 1T/Association Matidza Masters Makungwi Masters Mandiwana Masters Mudimeli Mastes
Vhembe Masters Soccer League Played Won Draw Lost 19 18 0 1 19 14 4 1 19 14 3 2 19 12 1 6 20 11 2 7 19 10 3 6 19 9 2 8 19 8 3 8 20 8 1 11 19 7 4 8 19 6 2 11 19 3 3 13 19 3 2 14 19 2 4 13
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Warning lights for Leopards By Frank Mavhungu Black Leopards’ 1-3 loss to Polokwane City in their Absa
Premiership League match at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium seems to have far-reaching implications regarding the future
of the club as an affiliate of the country’s elite division. Although Lidoda Duvha did not move an inch on the log after the defeat, teams below them won their matches last weekend, piling huge pressure onto Leopards. Maritzburg United, who are fighting for survival at the bottom of the log, did the unexpected when they crushed Bloemfontein Celtics 2-1 last Friday. The other relegation candidates, Chippa United and Baroka FC, both won 1-0 over Amazulu and Kaizer Chiefs respectively. Following last weekend’s results, Maritzburg United have 20 points while Free State Stars, Baroka FC and Chippa United have each deposited 24 points into their league accounts while Leopards have 25 (the result for Wednesday’s match between Leopards vs Orlando Pirates not included). A quick glance at Leopards’ remaining fixtures reveals that the local lads have Mount Kili-
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manjaro to climb. They will host Kaizer Chiefs at the Thohoyandou Stadium tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. They still must play Mamelodi Sundowns at home and away. Lidoda Duvha’s other remaining fixtures are Bidvest Wits (away), Maritzburg United (home), Amazulu (away) and Cape Town City (home). Leopards must win at least three of their remaining fixtures to be safe when it comes to relegation. Leopards were the first to draw blood in their game against Polokwane City last Sunday. Mwape Musonda, the league’s top goal scorer, headed home in the 27th minute. The home side found the equalizer through Puleng Tlolane on the stroke of half time. Leopards lost shape in the middle of park for the better part of the last half. City took the lead via Mpho Mvelase, while the third one came via Mohammed Anas later in the game. City’s captain, Jabulani Maluleke, was the Man of the Match.
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