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Satellite police station set alight the station commander, but the situation is getting worse and the Angry community members of community has had enough.” He Vhulaudzi-Tshitavha set alight said the lack of assistance by officers the buildings of its satellite police in the station had led to an increase station and two police vehicles on in crime in the area. According to Tuesday night, following the spate angry residents, the police do not of violent protests that began last deal with any case reported and Saturday. that is why the community had Angry residents went on the said enough was enough and taken rampage, blocking roads with burn- matters into their own hands. ing tyres, rocks and other debris. Khosikhulu Vho-Toni Mphephu Residents in Vhulaudzi allege the Ramabulana has condemned the satellite police station in their area violence and torching of the satellite has not operated according to the police station and said that the required standards since its estabcommunity should not vandalize lishment. They accuse the police of the government’s or other people’s failing to provide them with basic property. services. Residents also allege that The spokesperson for the police, the police had fired rubber bullets Brig Motlafela Mojapelo, also conat the villagers when they arrived demned the incident. “The property at the police station. They ended they are burning belongs to them, up setting alight the only satellite as the government wants them to police station in the area. An anony- get services closer to their homes. mous source said the burning of the We have opened a case of malicious satellite station could be a way for damage to property in respect of the residents to show their dissatis- the damage caused by residents and faction with the way the police were an arson case.” He added that 18 handling crime in the area. suspects had been arrested so far “It seems they just do as they and that they would appear in court wish as people have to call or wait soon. A large number of police long to be helped by the police,” members were also deployed in the he said. “We reported this issue to area, he added. By Kaizer Nengovhela

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Vuwani back to normal here bringing you the good news and I have brought the The two-year-old demargovernment to communicate cation impasse at Vuwani, what we have agreed upon. which was characterized Please listen to them," he said. by total shutdowns that left Just as Min Des van Rooyen around 30 schools, vehicles took to the podium, angry and many buildings gutted residents booed him and they by angry protestors, came to started calling for Zuma. Van a halt on Sunday. Rooyen could not address During a meeting to give them as the people were angry feedback to the commuthat Zuma had not pitched up. nity, residents were told The leaders, including that they would no longer Mphephu Ramabulana and receive services from the new his Thovheles, MEC Makoma Lim345 municipality but from Makopetja, Vhembe Executive Vhembe District Municipality Mayor Florence Radzilani, (VDM). Premier Mathabatha, MinisFollowing a meeting held ters David Mahlobo, Des Van by King Toni Mphephu Rooyen and Fikile Mbalula, Ramabulana, Pres Zuma and were later whisked away Premier Stan Mathabatha in from the tent for fear of their Johannesburg last week, a safety. Angry residents started report-back meeting to give throwing stones and damagresidents the feedback took ing vehicles in the process. place at the Nandoni sports The arrangement by the grounds. The meeting was Vhavenda King and Zuma was supposed to be addressed well received by the different by the king and Pres Zuma. stakeholders. The spokesEven though the meeting was person of the Pro Makhado delayed by six hours, residents Demarcation Task Team, who had come in their thouNsovo Sambo, said that they sands kept singing slogans, welcomed the arrangement. waiting for the leaders to give According to him the measure them positive feedback. is only a temporary arrangeFirst to arrive at the sports ment in search of a long-lastgrounds were the Pro Makha- ing solution “of reincorporatdo Demarcation Task Team ing the people of Vuwani back members, who tried to calm to Makhado. We are happy down the residents whose that we will not have anything temperatures were on the rise. to do with Lim345. We are They were followed by tradidisappointed that Zuma did tional leaders, led by Thovhele not come to our people, even Nthumeni Masia. After a though he was in Vuwani.” while, Mphephu Ramabulana, He further indicated that Mathabatha and cabinet min- they were worried about the isters arrived at the venue. criminal elements in the area Mphephu Ramabulana said “who are bent on destabilizing that he met Zuma because the real course of the people.” he was worried about the Vhembe Pastors Forum repsituation in Vuwani. "You resentative Dr Alunamutwe know that Tshilwavhusiku Rannditsheni also welcomed Tsha Ha-Ramabulana never the arrangement, saying it lost a single fight and I am would get the situation back By Elmon Tshikhudo

to normal while a long-lasting solution was being sought. Meanwhile, the DA in Limpopo has filed a Promotion of Access to Information (PAIA) application at the Department of Cooperative Governance for access to all documents about the decision that Vuwani will receive basic services from VDM, instead of the LIM 345 local municipality, in the interim. “We support all efforts to bring services to Vuwani, but it appears that Min Des van Rooyen and Pres Jacob Zuma have circumvented the law and the constitution in making this decision,” said Mr Jacques Smalle, the provincial DA leader. He added that not only did Van Rooyen “disregard the Constitution by being a law unto himself in making this announcement, but his unprocedural actions may spark future violence and prolong the shutdown and instability in the area, because Vhembe is not ready to start delivering on his unlawful promise.” Smalle added that the VDM had received a disclaimer from the auditor general in the previous financial year for maladministration, mismanagement and almost half a billion rand in irregular, fruitless and wasteful and unauthorised expenditure “and we are concerned that the added responsibilities will compound the financial irregularities. We urge the department to provide the documents that informed this decision and ensure that the Constitution and other regulations are respected before decisions are imposed on the residents of Vuwani without following due process,” Smalle said.

Riot police at the ready at the sports grounds.

Before the booing started, photographed from left to right are Premier Stan Mathabatha, Min Des van Rooyen and Min Fikile Mablula.

Our senior citizens possess an “immense ocean of life experience” indirectly commenting on government policies and sugThe mayor of the Musina gesting amendatory measures,” Municipality, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope said. Muhlope, said that senior She added that she was very citizens played a very signifproud of the local elders “who icant role in the social life have shaken the wreckage of of society because they have age to become masters of their “an immense ocean of life destiny. experience”. It is very difficult these days, She addressed representawhere age takes a back seat tives of the Musina Senior Citi- when elders set an inspirazens Forum, who met her at the tional example that they can municipality’s council chamstill contribute more to the bers last week. “Elderly does development of our communinot mean grey hairs, stiff joints ty. They are playing a signifiand slurred speech. The nation cant role in making the youth and society need their guidance understand the cultural values for a strategic and stronger and help them to live up to our future. They can actively partic- traditions.” ipate in administration through She encouraged elders to By Frank Mavhungu

report any form of abuse to the relevant authorities. “In some instances, elders are often seen as surplus and are treated in an impolite and abusive way by certain sections of our society. This can never be tolerated and we warn those who are engaged in those activities to refrain as a matter of urgency.” One of the senior citizens who attended the meeting was Evangelist Mabore Ravhuhali, who added that growing old was a good and pleasant thing. “Only a positive outlook is the key to a happy life in old age. We are happy that, through this meeting, we have come up with programmes that will make us busy for the rest of the year.”

Seated from left to right: Senior citizens Robert Mocheke, TM Gundane and Mayor Mihloti Muhlope. Standing are George Molea, Evelyn Mopai, Joseph Salani, Evangelist Mabore Ravhuhali and Dudu Makhubele. They were photographed shortly after the meeting with the mayor.

MEC investigates separated minors By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

forms, so that they would not stand out at school as children with no families. According to the department, the separated minors may include those who are accompanied by other adult family members, but not designated guardians or care givers. “We need all these children to have a positive attitude in life, despite the situations which they find themselves in,” Ramathuba said.

The department also noted that the influx of unaccompanied and separated children increases during the holidays since most of them visit their parents who are allegedly employed in South Africa. “Our visit to the children in Musina comes after we have also taken into consideration that we are currently celebrating Freedom Month and with a view to commemorating Child Protection Week in May.”

The acting MEC for the Department of Social Development, Dr Phophi Ramathuba, visited and interacted with unaccompanied and separated minors in the Musina area on Friday. The department said that the phenomenon of unaccompanied and separated children coming into South Africa from its neighbouring countries started around 2009 because of the influx of both children and adults from Zimbabwe. The influx of children had the department introduce both public and private centres to take care of children unaccompanied by or separated from their parents. “Separated children are those who have been detached from their parents, their previous legal guardian or customary primary care giver, but not necessarily from other relatives,” said Ramathuba. She handed out some toiletries, clothes and a cake to the children at Musina Christian Women’s Ministry. The women's ministry is a non-governmental organisation where children are currently cared for and where five of the department’s social workers are deployed to assist. They have facilities for both boys and girls. “I am happy with what I observed in terms of the treatment and care of the children here at the centre,” Ramathuba said. “I encourage all children in this centre to complete their education.” She even promised those who Dr Phophi Ramathuba inspects the domitory at Musina Chrisdid not have school uniforms tian Women’s Ministry. that they would soon get uni-


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Local community builder receives Order of Baobab and social injustice.' Twenty-seven other people were also A well-known local communi- honoured during the National ty builder, Ms Pfarelo Ramu- Orders Award Ceremony held gondo, has been awarded the at Sefako Makgatho presidenOrder of Baobab – bronze by tial guest house in Pretoria at Pres Jacob Zuma. the end of last month. Ramugondo was honoured The 42-year-old Ramugondo for her 'exceptional contriof Ngwenani Ya Ha-Mapholi bution to the upliftment of started a project to clean local African communities who rivers and streams after they were faced with oppression were turned into dumping areas. The rivers were the source of water for local communities. She formed a group of young men and women to clean rivers and streams, called the initiative Tshikofokofo Adopt a River Project with the aim to have drinkable water. "I started this project on 3 August 2010 with the aim of protecting water resources and the surrounding environment. I did this to Ms Pfarelo Ramugondo, photographed after avoid health receving the national award from Pres Jacob problems, as Zuma. By Ndivhuwo Musetha

domestic water should be free from harmful pathogens, chemicals and foreign objects," said Ramugondo. The project was triggered by the lack of water supply that communities faced because they were forced to use water from unprotected springs. Her objective was to conserve and protect water resources from pollution to ensure sustainable food security and human health in the surrounding areas of Ha-Makhuvha village. She started with 100 people, Ms Pfarelo Ramugondo (centre), photographed with two of her co-workers, Mesdames Itani 87 women and 13 men, mainly Mulaudzi and Eliza Masindi. students from FET colleges. Many dropped out because of a lack of funds. However, they received support from the Department of Water and Sanitation, who trained them in waste management and firefighting. Vhembe District Municipality also helped them by collecting the garbage they collected from the river. This project has also encouraged other communities to start a similar project in areas such as Dwerani, Tshirole, Matangari, Tshidzivhe, Sheshe, Makonde, Mukula, Malavuwe, Luvuvhu and others. Ramugondo, who received three awards before, from national, provincial and local level, says she is concerned Louis Trichardt Primary’s Grade 00 class visited the Rondebosch Riding School last Friday about people who continue for an outing. All the children had an opportunity to ride on one of the ponies and go for a polluting rivers and streams, spin with the horse and cart, under the watchful eye of riding-school owner Sarah Corobecause they think “that we are naios. Photo supplied. being paid for doing this job.”

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Qualifications for municipal officials

College. The event was held at the new Nancefield community hall. When addressing the graduates, facilitators, More than 100 students, includinvited guests and councilors, Cllr Siyaphi ing Musina municipal employees, Shirilele said the municipality and country recently graduated in the fields of needed different expertise because these were municipal finance, public adminkey to reviving the South African economy, job creation and growth. She said that skills training was an important tool to develop the Musina Municipality. “This graduation ceremony is a remarkable contribution to skills development, and I also want to thank all involved stakeholders for their dedication and hard work. Please keep up this excellent track record. To our graduates, please do not forget the valuable lessons that you have learnt and use your knowledge to help others who were not as fortunate to get the opportunities you got.” The principal and vice-chancellor of Mass Computer Training TVET, Mr Collins Nthangeni, said his institution and the LGSETA had partnered to facilitate skills training in various municipalities. “Musina is one of the beneficiaries and we are happy that the training went very well.” Mr David Mokobi, a municipal employee who completed his diploma in finance management and administration, said that he was happy to be counted among the achievers. “I will use my newly acquired knowledge to contribute to the Cllr Siyaphi Shirilele congratulates Musina municipal employee David development of our society because the course Mokobi, who completed his diploma in finance management and content was very relevant to today’s changing administration. world,” he added. Musina Municipality

istration and general forestry. This is part of the government’s skills programme offered through the Local Government Education and Training Authority (LGSETA) and Mass Computer Training TVET

Graduates, invited guests and representatives from Mass Computer Training TVET College photographed shortly after the graduation ceremony.

“Do not engage in sex” their lives and those of others by creating employment. New students of the MvelaphanCentre founder and director da Development and Projects Ms Esther Mushaathama said the Training Centre at Tshisahulu occasion was important as many were told to focus on their stud- of the students did not know what ies rather than engage in sexual was expected of them. “Every relationships. home has its own rules and we The chairperson of the Munna are giving the students the rules Ndi Nnyi Men’s Forum, Mr Bard- today. We are happy to announce well Mufunwaini, addressed the that we have produced many new students at the centre’s main students over the years, especially campus last Friday. The event was from disadvantaged backgrounds, attended by many parents, tradiwho are making strides and imtional leaders and students. pacting positively in the developSpeaking during the event, ment of our country.” Mufunwaini said students should She added that it was their know what they had come to the humble contribution to the centre for and put other things community and that they would aside. “Please do not view sex as continue doing so for the benefit a priority and if you happen to of the communities. fall in love, do not go for multiple Chief Badamazulu Sikhwivhpartners as that could have disas- ilu urged the students to use trous repercussions. I am saying the skills they were learning to this against the backdrop of the change the country. attack on a student who was Two well-known reggae artkilled at one of the rented rooms ists, Khakhathi Tshisikule and near the centre,” he said. Elekanyani Tshabuse, entertained Mufunwaini urged the students the guests, while the students to work and acquire the skills performed a drama. that would make a difference in By Elmon Tshikhudo

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“I murdered Maswanganyi” napping and robbery charges against him withdrawn. The family of the missing Following the admission Hlulani Maswanganyi, who made by Sithole, the judge disappeared three years ago separated the trial of the two after allegedly being abducted accused, and Sithole will apby former Malamulele traffic pear again in court on 14 June, officer Masingita Chavani, with Chavani appearing on 20 said they were nearing cloJune. sure in the case. Before Wednesday’s proThis follows the admission ceedings could start, a group by one of the accused, Steven of women from Shikundu, who Sithole, during the trial at the had arrived in many taxis, were Limpopo High Court sitting in waving placards with messages Thohoyandou last Wednesday, on and chanting anti-Chavani that he had murdered Hlulani. songs. He said it had not been his Ms Grace Hlungwani of the intention to kill her, but he had local Shikundu Sanco said that been lured into committing they were there to give the the crime by the promise of family of the victim support R50 000 by the former traffic and also to tell the court not officer. to grant the killers bail. “We The state accepted the have been coming here since admission and the presiding the start of the case and we will judge, Judge Frans Kgomo, said stop at nothing in ensuring that he was satisfied with his plea. the suspects rot in jail if they The accused’s attorney, Mr cannot disclose where the body Mmbambadzeni Manwadu, of Hlulani is,” she said. asked for early sentencing of After the court proceedings his client, since he had pleaded court, family member Mr guilty. Sithole had the kidWilson Mahlawule said they By Elmon Tshikhudo

were a bit relieved that Sithole had confessed. “As a family, we are coming closer to reaching closure. Now that they will be appearing separately, Sithole will have the opportunity to say everything he knows about the killing of our loved one. We still need to know where our Hlulani is or where her bones are hidden. We would like to give her a decent funeral, so that her child will know where the mother is buried,” said Mahlawule. Chavani, who has since changed her surname to Mashao, was arrested three years ago after allegedly kidnapping Hlulani and her one-month-old baby. The baby was found alive, but the mother has been missing since. Early last year, a burnt body was found near the Nandoni Dam and this gave hope to the family that their loved one had been found at long last. Their hopes were dashed when DNA results showed that she was not the one.

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Musina ring road to improve safety The R625 million SANRAL ring road project in Musina will divert traffic from the CBD towards the border post, said the mayor of the Musina Municipality, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope. According to her, the project will improve road safety and make for less damage to vital infrastructure in town. She was assessing the project’s progress together with the Deputy Minister of Transport, Ms Sindisiwe Chikunga, and the MEC for Transport and Public Safety, Ms Nandi Ndalane, last Saturday. Muhlope said the project came as a huge relief to the municipality as traffic was

heavily congested in town because heavy-duty vehicles must share the narrow roads with other road users and pedestrians. “The ring road will ease congestion and it will also save travel time for the road users and reduce vehicle operating costs. We are also happy with the fact that the project has played a major role in job creation and business opportunities for the local people.” Chikunga said that the country was doing its best to have safe, long-lasting and reliable road facilities. “We are making sure that our roads provide flexibility, easier mobility and community safety at all times. As gov-

ernment, we are also pleased by the progress and high-quality work of the Musina ring road project, and we have no doubt that the contractors will meet their deadline. Community involvement and providing jobs for local people are also very important for us. This is empowerment at its best.” Mr Baldwin Luvhengo is a previously unemployed general worker who is now benefitting from the project. “It feels great to work again and now I am able to look after my family and put food on the table. I am saving some money to get a certificate in the construction field when the project is complete.”

Photographed during the visit are, from left to right, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope, Deputy Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga and MEC for Safety Nandi Ndalane.

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Bishop Pastor Mureri with their two sons, Raymond and Mashudu

Bishop and Mrs Ramuhashi with other guests

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BISHOP DAVID MURERI’S 60TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION (Continues from p6) Dr Maxwell Masakona said that many people would not have managed to get where they were today had it not been for the good advice from Bishop Mureri. “Some of us would not have been where we are if they (the Mureris) didn’t contribute to our lives,” Masakona said. “The Mureris are a wonderful family. Bishop Mureri is by nature an outgoing person, and I like his work because he is a good planner. He has studied a lot in his field. He has a personal book collection on leadership, a wide range of people’s characters and life, which shows that he is always seeking more knowledge. He is a hard worker by nature. When he talks with you about investment, you’ll be tempted to invest what you actually do not have.”

Personal assistant to Reris Insurance Brokers MD, Ms Jeaneth Nemauluma, indicated that in the 20 years of working with Bishop Mureri and witnessing him nurture Reri’s Insurance Brokers to what it currently is, makes her run out of words. “There is so much I can tell about Bishop Mureri, yet I don’t know what to say,” Nemauluma said. She thanked Bishop Mureri for ensuring that all the families of Reris Insurance Brokers’ employees are well provided for. “There are many of us in the company, but all our children will go to schools, and our families are truly provided for.” So far, Bishop Mureri has won multiawards and prizes in the insurance industry and he is regarded as a platinum broker in Limpopo.

TWCC Senior pastor Mudau and other honourable guests

Many other speakers showed gratitude to Bishop Mureri for aiding them towards realising their full potentials in business. They said he had a loving and caring spirit which were also demonstrated in his philanthropic works. Bishop Mureri is also the founder of David Mureri Giving Ministry, which had brought vocation, help and hope to hundreds of people in the Vhembe district. The first grandson of Bishop Mureri, Zwivhuya Mureri, said he felt highly favoured to have grown under a generous and highly spoken grandfather. “Every morning and evening, my granddad will say to me: 'Zwivhuya, Dzina la Mudzimu nga li rendiwe'. He has taught me to always shovel my money to God, because God has a bigger Bishop Mureri’s first grandson, shovel and He will shovel back to me.” Zwivhuya Mureri

DR Mmbadi and Apostle Masakona

Bishop David Mureri

Bishop& Pastor Mureri and Apostle Masakona

Two heavyweights bus owners, Mrs Nndwambi (Enos Bus services), Mrs Magwaba (Magwaba bus services) and Mr Annanias Mavhunga Mureri’s Family

Pastor and Mrs Tshigomana with Pastor and Mrs Thiba

Musician David Mmbi

Bishop Mureri’s brother, Mr Obert Mureri

Ms Collet Ramalivhana, Ms Tshililo Matshidza and Ms Daphney Matinya

Mr Muladi of Masana Resort with other honourable guests

Bishop Mureri’s PA, Mrs Jeaneth Nemauluma

Pastor and Mrs Netshivhazwaulu with Musanda Vho-Nemakungwi


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“Transfer the lazy police” "People are angry and we do cerned about the conduct of not know what is happenthe police in the area. "We did Complaints by residents of ing, because the police were our part as residents, helping Mutele outside Thohoyansupposed to have briefed us as the police by tracing the dou about the conduct of leaders, so that we can pass on criminals. Instead of arresting police officers in the area the message to our subjects, or them, they arrested members might soon be resolved. they should have the decency of the community. This is very This follows the intervento visit our village and explain sad as seven members of the tion of senior police officials in to the residents, but that was community were arrested for the province who have vowed not done. This just goes to nothing," she said. to investigate the allegations show they are not prepared to Limpopo police spokesperto the full. work with the community," he son, Lt-Col Moatshe Ngoepe Thovhele William Mutele of said. According to Mutele, the said the residents’ complaint Ha-Mutele outside Thohoycommunity now has such sewas still being investigated. andou, a village where armed rious doubts about the police "We are appealing to residents robbers killed a patron and at Masisi that they feel they that, in future if they have injured two others before rob- should be transferred to other problems that cannot be bing scores more at a tavern a areas and community-friendly solved at the local station, fortnight ago, came out spitofficers be brought to work to contact the Thohoyandou ting fire this week, accusing there. The local Mutele civic Cluster Commander, Maj-Gen the police of colluding with secretary, Ms Eidah MakheRosina Mulaudzi at 082 451 criminals. He called on the sha, said they were very con7217," he said. police management in Limpopo to transfer the officers at the local Masisi police station to other areas, saying they were not prepared to work with the community. Mutele's accusations emanate from incidents of armed robbery that happened in his area and the surrounding villages recently. After the tavern robbery, community members took it upon themselves to hunt down the alleged killers and, by using the footprints left by the robbers, they traced them to the neighbouring village of Sanari, where they arrested them. Mutele said residents learnt with disgust that the suspects were later released because of no evidence against them. Thovhele William Mutele. By Elmon Tshikhudo

The Nephawe family having a good time during a thanksgiving ceremony held in honour of the parents at Makumeke.

Children must spoil their parents By Elmon Tshikhudo Thulamela Mayor Mushoni Tshifhango has urged children to spoil their parents while they are still alive and not to organise expensive funerals. He spoke during an event to honour community builders and retired teachers Vhakoma-Vho Mmbengeni Nephawe and Chief Vho Mulindathavha Mphiriseni Nephawe.

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The event was held at the The Palm Village at Makumeke in the new Lim345 municipality on Saturday. Tshifhango said that it had become fashionable to have expensive funerals when those being buried could not afford any luxuries during their lifetime. He urged the guests to make their parents happy while they were still alive, as directed by the Bible. "The Bible says we should respect our parents and the elderly and we should do this if we are to receive God's favour. Let us do the best and fête them while they are alive," he said. He also praised the family for their contribution to development in their area. The couple's firstborn and only daughter, Ms Fulufhelo Netshifhefhe, said they felt as children they should honour and show love to their parents while they were still alive. "Our parents have lived a very productive life and have impacted positively in many people's lives. They made a difference in many families, and as children we shall not forget what they have done for us.”

Gogo Kutama Thali (75). Her body was recovered this morning by police.

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Phalaphala FM presenters dance during the broadcast.

to those who are giving up,” he added. A young gospel artist from He said that he started singing Makonde village, Tsiko Malindi, when he was still young. “My has reached new heights. He is mother inspired my love for a zealous musician and there is music. I started to sing at Sunday no stopping him. school when I was seven years Malindi, also known as Tsiko old,” he added. Mal (24), is overjoyed to see his “Gospel music has been part of dream come true. He has just my life, because I was born in a launched his second album, Christian family and my uncle is Goodness and Mercy, during an a pastor. Gospel music takes us event at Christ Worship Centre in closer to our Creator and when Maniini. we are closer to Him, He refreshAccording to him, the album es our souls,” he said. carries a message of hope and He asked the community for salvation and is comprised of support and to buy the album. 14 tracks, including Follow Me, “People should stop pirating Hutshe Na Fulufhelo, Ngwana Ya our music. We work hard on the Mudzimu and Uya Ri Awedza. albums. Piracy is killing our busiHe collaborates with some wellness,” he added. known artists such as Phuluso The new album was produced Thenga and Tiyani Maluleke. by Vhutu vbeats Mudau and was Hutshe Na Fulufhelo is a song recorded at Winman Studios. It which aims to restore hope to the was engineered and arranged by people. Emmanuel Mamphogoro. “The song says there is still Malindi can be phoned on hope for those who trust in the 071 623 4297. “Follow me on Lord, because He is never too Facebook at Tsiko Mal/Tsiko Mal late. The songs speak to the Music, Twitter: tsikomal or Instainner being and restore strength gram: tsikomal,” he added. By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

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Excitement at Ha _Muila

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participated in this competition.” He has promised to sponsor other Several groups took part in differ- cultural events of various cultural ent categories of traditional and groups in the area to promote herimodern dance competitions that tage and culture, which they say are were recently held at Madabani. important in the country. The competition was a huge He added that the traditional success and attracted many spectaleaders were serious about restoring tors. Traditional dance competitors culture and indigenous knowledge participated in tshifase, malende and commended the organisers for and modern dances. The winners the initiative of reviving culture received trophies and certificates. through traditional dances. Groups were eliminated until the He appealed to the youth to recategories were trimmed down to spect elderly people and stated that three groups that participated in Africans must be proud of themthe finals. The sponsor, Mr Kaizer selves, their culture and traditions. Marindi of Marindi Funeral Scheme, He stressed the fact that immorality said that the company had been esis the enemy of traditional leaders tablished to provide an opportunity since people have moved away from for different communities to exercise good morals. their culture. "The main purpose is The Ratshinyaho group won the to form partnerships with different malende and the other winners communities," he said. were Tshinyaho in the tshifase were According to Marindi, the compe- Ramantsha Chosen Generation, tition is the biggest traditional and Velembeu won the junior division modern dance event to take place in of the tshitepe, Manavhela Bouncer the Sinthumule/Kutama area. “We received top honours in the senior are very pleased with the response division and Sinthumule senior the we received from the groups that winners of the open division. By Kaizer Nengovhela

Winners from different categories, photographed with their trophies and certificates.

Several groups took part in different categories of traditional and modern dance competitions that were recently held at Madabani. The competition was a huge success and attracted many spectators. Traditional dance competitors participated in tshifase, malende and modern dances. The winners received trophies and certificates. Groups were eliminated until the categories were trimmed down to three groups that participated in the finals. The sponsor, Mr Kaizer Marindi of Marindi Funeral Scheme, said that the company had been established to provide an opportunity for different communities to exercise their culture. "The main purpose is to form partnerships with different communities," he said. According to Marindi, the competition is the biggest traditional and modern dance event to take place in the Sinthumule/Kutama area. "We are very pleased with the response we received from the groups that participated in this competition.” He has promised to sponsor other cultural events of various cultural groups in the area to promote heritage and culture, which they say are important in the country. He added that the traditional leaders were serious about restoring culture and indigenous knowledge and commended the organisers for the initiative of reviving culture through traditional dances. He appealed to the youth to respect elderly people and stated that Africans must be proud of themselves, their culture and traditions. He stressed the fact that immorality is the enemy of traditional leaders since people have moved away from good morals. The Ratshinyaho group won the malende and the other winners were Tshinyaho in the tshifase were Ramantsha Chosen Generation, Velembeu won the junior division of the tshitepe, Manavhela Bouncer received top honours in the senior division and Sinthumule senior the winners of the open division.

The community of Ha-Muila enjoyed a weekend of hype and excitement in the company of Phalaphala FM last weekend. Vendors came out in their numbers and had an opportunity to sell their products to the crowd that had gathered there, while listeners met their favourite Phalaphala FM onair personalities and spent the day with them. On Friday, Phalaphala FM’s on-air personnel spent time with orphans and also motivated and shared career guidance information with Grade 12 learners of David Luvhimba Secondary and Rasila Secondary School. The station also broadcast live interviews with the listeners to get their feelings about the visit at Ha-Muila. Mpho Rathando’s popular talk show, Tshiko, was also live on air from the Ha-Muila royal kraal. He interviewed loyal listeners from Ha-Muila about different health, culture, lifestyle, agriculture, sports and education topics. Lucky Tshilimandila also broadcast the sports bulletin as a build-up to Saturday’s soccer tournament from the venue. On Saturday, Rialivhuwa was broadcast from the Ha-Muila sports grounds, concentrating on different activities, including a senior-citizen soccer tournament as a way of promoting good health. A Phal-

aphala FM soccer team also played against the Ha-Muila soccer team. The match attracted a lot of the loyal listeners, who came in big numbers from Ha-Muila, Ha-Nthabalala, Ha-Mulima, Ha-Masakona, Ha-Mashamba, Ha-Masakona, Sereni, Thembisa and some surrounding villages. A spokesperson for the station said that they also enjoyed tradition dances by school children and from the elders from Ha-Muila. Popular musicians Mzwale Mundalamo and Trica Silala also performed at the event. Thovhele Muila, Nthabalala, Mulima and Ms Rudzani Mashamba, marketing manager of Phalaphala FM, attended the event. Vho Khotsimunene Vho-Robert Muila said that he was pleased that Phalaphala FM had come to spend time with Ha-Muila residents and the neighbouring villages. Muila thanked Thovhele Vho-George Tshishonga Muila for granting Phalaphala FM permission to come to Ha-Muila. He said that the villagers had a problem with bad cell phone signals in the area and requested the station’s assistance to link the community with the relevant bodies, so they could get help. Ndivhuwo Pfuluwani, Dzi a Orowa’s producer, said that it was a great experience to be part of Phalaphala FM’s outside broadcasting at Ha-Muila.

Elderly residents dance malende during the event.

A large number of listeners attended the event.

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James Delekisa passes away

The lack of sanitary pads is still an issue that many rural girls face. An MP of the DA, Mr Solly Malatsi, and councillors of the party presented sanitary pads to 36 pupils of Famanda High School in Siyandini Village, Giyani, last Wednesday. The pupils are all currently in matric. In our photo are some of the pupils with Malatsi. Photo supplied.

By Kaizer Nengovhela The well-known leader of the South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco), James “Malambane” Delekisa (65), passed away after a short illness at his home in Midoroni last Wednesday. A brother, Mr Ishmael Delekisa, said that the family members were extremely shocked about his death and that it would be difficult to cope without his knowledge and guidance. “It is important to acknowledge the community support we have received since hearing the bad news,” he said. He said that his brother was a mentor, an icon of hope, a role model and a true leader. “He was a visionary, a manager, an organizer and a trustworthy human being, whose desire to serve his community motivated him to work hard. As an individual, he had the love of his community at heart,” he said Cllr Samuel Tshifura said that although the family, friends and government had accepted what had happened, it would be difficult to forget that his death had robbed the community of an energetic leader who was full of zeal and courage. He described Delekisa as a brave politician who was loyal to the community and to his fellow man. “He was a responsible man, who was concerned about the safety of every South African citizen,” said Tshifura. He described the death of Delekisa as a terrible blow to the community of Limpopo. In a message of condolence, Thovhele VhoVele Kutama said that he was deeply saddened and shocked “by the untimely death of an honest, competent and dependable servant of the people.” He described Delekisa as “an organic intellectual who will be sorely missed.” He added that the community would always remember Delekisa’s contribution to the development of the community. “He has been our ambassador and Limpopo province and we are shocked by his sudden de-

A well-known weather and climate analyser, Mr Shumani Mugeri-Manenzhe (on the left), recently discussed the possibility of a career in meteorology with pupils of the Mbilwana Secondary School. The principal of Mbilwana, Mr Nkhanedzeni Dzaga (far right), and one of the teachers, Mr Dzulani Konanani (centre), look on. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

parture. I would like to extend our condolences to the bereaved family and assure them of our unending support during this trying moment. It is difficult for all of us to accept what happened, but we must also understand that God does His will in His own time.” Mr Delekisa will be buried on Saturday at Midoroni. The service will start at 06:00.

Mr James Delekisa.

Fundraising carnival for Bergcare Welfare Ridgeway College’s grounds are scheduled to undergo a metamorphosis on 16 and 17 June when the Bergcare Carnival takes place. Apart from a large variety of stalls, selling everything from “pap and vleis” to biltong, the young ones can enjoy themselves on a mini funfair. The aim of the carnival is to raise funds for Bergcare, a charity organisation catering for needy people in the Soutpansberg district. The carnival will, however, allow artisans, artists and craftspeople from across the region to showcase their products. Stalls cost R250 per day, making

The Revelation Ministries Church revently celebrated its 13th anniversary during an event at Tshiozwi. Representatives from other churches, traditional leaders and dignitaries from different community structures also attended the function. Pastor George Mamburu said the celebration was important for the church.”From humble beginnings, we can look back today with pride and say we have made huge strides,” he said. Photographed during the event are, from left to right, Pastor George Mamburu, Olivia Mamburu, Kgoshi Thomas Mamadi and Vhavenda Vho-King Sinthumule. All cases reported in the Thohoyandou Policing District only

Statistics supplied by TVEP

Statistics for Sexual & Domestic Violence

Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Programme

Domestic Violence in 2017 against:

Total number of sexual assault cases for 2017

183

Teenagers

34

Children Adults

97

Elderly

3

Total number of rapes 2015

Total number of rapes 2014

(13 - 17 years)

(Under 13 years)

588

544

Total number of rapes 2016

480

100

Total domestic violence 2015

Total domestic violence 2016

974

957

23

Age 13-17

31

Age 18-59

295 Age 60+

11

Month of April

90

2016

80

2017

70 2014

60

2015

50 2015

40 30

STOP THE VIOLENCE!

7

20

(Gogos 60+ years)

926

Age under 13

SEXUAL ASSAULT MINORS

(I8 - 59 years)

Total domestic violence 2014

ADULTS

AP RI

49

L

20

2014

35

2017

Sexual Assault 44

2016 21

Domestic Violence 43

58

it very affordable for all budding entrepreneurs. According to the organisers, the aim is to make the two days enjoyable for everyone in the family. The dads (and moms of course) can visit the various car exhibitions, showcasing the latest models the motor manufacturers have on offer. Numerous other stalls displaying clothing and accessories will also exhibit their wares. The more adventurous can partake in the tugof-war competition, where business teams take on each other to test their strength. Entries for this competition have opened and it only costs R50 per team. On Thursday morning (15 June), between 09:00 and 12:00, all local nursery schools are invited to bring their children to the carnival. This will give them the opportunity to see some of the stalls and enjoy some of the rides at the funfair. Entrepreneurs wishing to book a stall must contact the Dutch Reformed Church (015 516 3902) or Francé Krugel at 0763055756. They can also be contacted for more information on the event. Entrance at the gates will cost R20 per person.

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Young Hlulani Mafanele reigns in Waterval photo shoot. Matimu Chauke (15) of Lemana High School was crowned as the first princess and she walked away with a 10-inch tablet, while Mbuyelo Nkuna (14) of Hluvuka High School was the second princess and she walked away with a 7-inch tablet. The pageant was initiated in 2015 by Rirhandzu Maphophe and Takalani Masuluke, but the first event was held last year.

By Mbulaheni Ridovhona The 16-year-old Hlulani Mafanele (16) was crowned the queen of the Miss Waterval 2017 competition at a glamorous event held at the Waterval community hall two weeks ago. Mafanele is a pupil from Hoërskool Louis Trichardt and she walked away with an Acer laptop and a

The main aim of the Miss Waterval beauty pageant is to bring some “sparkle” into the community and to lure young people away from social ills such as teenage pregnancies, alcohol and drug abuse. The organizer and trainer, Takalani Masuluke, said that only girls between the ages of 14 and 24 years who had never been pregnant were allowed to enter the pageant.”

The event was graced by an actress, Millicent Makhado, and a motivational speaker from Saudi Arabia, Mrs Molls Ameka.The judges at the event included Tintswalo Mashamba, Fanisa Mpapele, Jazpa Selapyana (Energy FM) and Tunnie Mavunda. The event sponsors included Mrs Molls Ameka, Tintswalo Mashamba, Mmabatho Mabasa and Lucky Ngoveni.

The winners photographed after the event. From left to right are: Mbuyelo Nkuna (second princess), Hlulani Mafanele (queen) and Matimu Chauke (first princess).

Two of the judges, Tintswalo Mashamba (left) and Jazpa Selapyana.

The finalists of the Miss Waterval 2017 pageant.

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Awards for Mutshundudi By Silas Nduvheni The circuit manager of the Mutshundudi circuit of education, Ms Homani Muhanganei, has encouraged learners in her circuit to work hard as part of the circuit’s vision of expecting every learner to excel in all aspects of education. She was speaking on Friday during the Mutshundudi Circuit Excellence Awards for

the first quarter of the year at the Tshidimbini Church of Christ. According to her, the awards are part of motivating the pupils to do their best. One of the organizers of the awards and the principal of the Khubvi Primary School, Mr Mpfunzeni Nangammbi, said that the organizers had tried to compare the excellence awards with cultural activities of ploughing the field for the coming summer,

where one starts by preparing, cutting the trees and clearing the field for the coming season. “Education is a societal responsibility. We are preparing the awards in collaboration with parents and traditional leaders and the office of the district’s department of education. Our quarterly awards are served in preparation of the final examination,” said Nangammbi.

The manager of the Mutshundudi circuit, Ms Homani Muhanganei (second from left) hands over the certificates to one of excelling learners, while some learners hold trophies and some educators look on.

Former coach of Leopards buried

community and team and to his soccer family. The chairperson of Mpheni Home Defenders, The well-known soccer guru and former Black Mr Nathaniel Thavhiwa, expressed his condoLeopards coach, Mr Donald "Bizza" Ramabu- lences to the grieving family. “Donald’s death lana (57), was buried at Tshiendeulu Tshavha- is not only loss to his kolo last Friday. He passed away on 28 April family, but to the comat Siloam Hospital after a short illness. munity and the soccer Among the mourners who attended the funer- family as whole. It is al were the former of Black Leopards chairpersad that he passed away son, Mr Zacharia Mathelemusa, former players while he still had a lot to and owners of many teams around Vhembe. contribute to football,” The news of his death sent shockwaves Thavhiwa said. He through the community he served throughout described Donald as a his life. According to several observers, Ramcommunity builder and abulana has left a void in the soccer fraternity. coach "who was larger During his life, he served as coach of Tshikuwi than life". Stone Breakers, Gogobole Bucs, Mpheni Home Mr Ramabulana is Defenders and Black Leopards. survived by his wife, six His younger brother, Mr Simon Ramabulana, children, brothers and Mr Donald "Bizza" said that the family members were in great pain parents. Ramabulana. after losing one of their beloved members. He said the family was proud of having produced “one of the most valuable members of the community.” Ramabulana said that Donald had played a big role in uplifting the standard of soccer and education in the local community. Mr Zacharia Mathelemusa, a former player of Black Leopards, said the football family had lost one of its pillars who had always worked hard towards the development of soccer. "The whole area was shocked when we heard of his untimely death," he added. Mathelemusa described Ramabulana as a brave leader who helped young ones and who was loyal to the Family members carry the coffin of the late Donald Ramabulana. By Kaizer Nengovhela

Police investigation in the spotlight us,” the 48-year-old mother, Ms Musandiwa Makumbani, The Makumbani family, who complained. “People broke were attacked by “well-known down our doors and smashed men” on the night of 1 March our windows and invaded our this year at Makumeke village house. They attacked us. We near Nandoni Dam, believe knew some of the attackers,” they will finally have their she said. case investigated after the She added that, just a few office of the deputy provincial days after the incident, she saw commissioner’s detectives the investigating officer visiting intervened. one of the suspects’ house. “But The three members of the still he wouldn’t arrest the susMakumbani family, the mother, pects for questioning,” she said. father and daughter, had since “This is not fair. He lied and vacated their house and are said that he had submitted the staying in a place of safety, foldocket to the director of public lowing the attack. They had de- prosecution for a decision, but cided to take the matter to the when I contacted the station province after the Malamulele commander, he said no docket police station allegedly failed to had been referred for a decision conduct a proper investigation. and that it was still incomplete “The investigating officer in the investigator’s office.” and the station commander “I reported the matter to the at Malamulele police station traditional leadership, but they are doing very little to help just said they would see what By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

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to do and it all ended in their ambiguous words,” she said. “I think this is only happening to us because we are affluent and are the only Vhavenda in the village. This is tribalism and the attackers really wanted to make sure that they killed us,” she said. The provincial police’s spokesperson, Lt-Col Moatshe Ngoepe, said that the matter had been referred to the office of the deputy provincial commissioner’s detectives, those of Maj Bafana Linda, who would access the docket and investigate the allegations of malpractice on the side of the Malamulele police. “We will leave no stone unturned in this case,” Ngoepe said. “The family should rest assured that the case is now at the provincial level for in-house investigation. We will keep the family posted on any development.”

Ms Musandiwa Makumbani holds a hand hoe that an attacker used to hurt her.


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Oscar still in the run for MMK Administrators League honours By Kaizer Nengovhela Makhitha Oscar Stars kept their title hopes alive by beating Maebane Young Eagles 1-0 in an MMK Administrators League match at Maebane on Saturday. Eagles played entertaining football from behind throughout the game, but their strikers fumbled at the goal finish.

Humbulani Managa of Eagles could not live up to his reputation as a natural striker as he was tightly marked by Nthaniseng Makgopo. The midfielders of the Eagles hesitated for too long to release the ball to the goal poachers. Stars initiated some promising moves from the centre of the pitch but were denied several scoring opportunities by the defenders of Eagles. Mukhethwa Mundalamo of Stars scored

Excitement for last T20 matches to good bowling from Mustak Patel. He ended with figures The excitement is building of 3/17 in four overs. Powarfix up for the final matches had no trouble chasing this in the local league run by score and passed the total the Louis Trichardt Crickwith only three wickets down. et Club. On Sunday, the Jean Phillips scored 30 from Strikers team needs to play only 17 balls to help his team two matches, first against to secure a victory. Limpopo and then against In the second match of the Powarfix. Both teams would day, the team from Limpopo want to secure victories to came up against the Vikings. cement their position at the Limpopo needed a victory to top of the league log. close the gap between them The past weekend saw a and Powarfix on the league lot of excitement at the local log. Vikings batted first and cricket ground. The field was with Warno Smit at the engulfed in a carnival-like crease, things looked quite atmosphere as dozens of sup- rosy for them. He scored a porters arrived to cheer on the brisk 46 from 30 balls. His players in the T-20 matches. effort, however, was a solo In the first match, Powarfix one and the team were all and Strikers clashed. Strikers out with only 109 runs on the batted first, but a slightly scoreboard. Limpopo’s star moist pitch made life difficult batsman, Leon Olwage, took for the batsmen. Strikers were matters in his own hands and limited to 109/8, thanks partly knocked 65 runs off only 40 Cricket

balls. They passed the total with five wickets down. With only two matches still to be played, the league is drawing to an exciting end. Powarfix are on top, with 7 points, followed by Limpopo with 5 points. The battle for the top batsman and top bowler is also turning into a very exciting fight. Leon Olwage has scored 135 runs in four matches, only seven runs more than Jean Phillips (128 after four matches). The Vikings’ Warno Smit is third with 82 runs after four matches. Mustak Patel tops the list of bowlers. His season figures are 8/82 after four matches. His nearest rival is Limpopo’s Brendan Bridge with 7/58 after only three matches. Ikram Khandarev is third, having taken 6/53 in two matches.

the only goal of the match in the 36th minute. The goal was a wakeup call to the players of Eagles, who started to play constructive football. After the goal, Stars came back strongly, but the keeper of Eagles Collet Maduwa denied them a goal when he fisted Leavy Machaba’s volley away. Rembuluwani Ramanzi of Eagles beat the offside-trap in the 64th minute and unleashed a half volley. The ball went far wide, much to the fans’ disappointment. Eagles came close to scoring again in the 85th minute. Their right winger, Aaron Mashula, received a neat pass from Gudani Mubva and ran towards the right corner from where he presented a square pass. The pass was, however, intercepted before the ball entered Humbulani Managa of Eagles and Laymond Muleya wrestle for posthe penalty box. session of the ball.

Haggai favourites in Danone finals Youth Sport Limpopo will host the U/12 Danone Nations Cup Provincial final without the reigning champions, Benny’s Sports Development and Academy. The matches will be played at the fields of Hoërskool Noorderland tomorrow (Saturday) and the teams that will battle it out for the Limpopo crown are Haggai Independent Private School (Vhembe), Megoring Primary School (Capricorn), Kgwahlele Primary School (Waterberg), Thapola-A-Nkona Primary School (Mopani) and Katang Primary School (Sekhukhune). According to observers, Haggai Independent Private School from Thohoyandou-K is the school to watch. It opened in

These netball and volleyball players from Eltivillas Primary will represent Vhembe district in Polokwane during the forthcoming Winter Games. From left to right are Ms Gladys Maano, Vhulenda Mabada, Driver Saadiya and Rhulani Baloyi.

Mr Sampson Mphilo (right) is photographed with three pupils from Eltivillas Primary who will participate in the Vhembe ladies soccer tournament to be held at Polokwane on 10 June. They were selected during the district winter games held at Eltivillas on Satuday. From left are Unarine Pharamela, Ntangadzeni Makhado and Livhuwani Ludere.

1993 and now has 320 learners and offers boarding for boys aged between 10 and 18. This the first time that the school has entered the Danone Nations Cup and they have won through to the provincial finals by beating reigning champions Benny’s Sports Development and Academy. The coach of Haggai, Mr Justice Matloga, is the previous head coach at Benny’s. Matloga coached Benny’s from 2004 until 2015 after being approached by David Mufamadi, the owner of Benny’s. He has two coaching qualifications: A D-licence from SAFA, and a certificate in sports development in coaching from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. He was named the best coach in Limpopo in

2011 and two years later he won the award for best coach at an Under 16 national tournament. “I left Benny’s Academy at the end of 2015 to pursue my dream of opening an academy,” Matloga said. “It’s called the Greenway Sport Academy and we use the facilities at Haggai. The school’s principal, Mr Thomas Thinawanga Mudau, allowed us to do that on the proviso that we develop the school’s team at the same time as building the academy’s profile, so I was employed as the school’s head soccer coach.” Haggai Independent beat Benny’s twice in the Danone Nations Cup regional finals a few weeks ago, so it was a case of the current champions being knocked out by a team trained by their ex-coach.

Muvhango is an inspiration to youth By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho A young, vibrant and versatile motivational speaker, image consultant and entrepreneur, Khuliso Excellent Muvhango, has become an inspiration to the youth in Vhembe District. The 24-year-old was born and bred at Tshavhalovhedzi in Nzhelele. He is the managing director of MUVEX ICT - a company aimed at improving the education system through mobile technology. He is a renowned speaker recommended by the Mpumalanga Department of Basic Education and featured on Makhado FM every Sunday at 11:30. He also moves around schools in Vhembe District. He currently mentors more than 70 youth across the country, including aspiring entrepreneurs and academics. He has been passionate about entrepreneurship since an early age. “I started selling sweets in primary school for pocket money, and when I moved to high school I would sell paper bags in our local town during school recesses. As I was growing older, I had some role models and then realised this is what I wanted,” he said. It wasn’t an easy road to attaining success. “There are couple of challenges I faced, including difficulty in obtaining start-up funding, a

lack of resources, as well as existing entrepreneurs. My mentors were also stealing my ideas because they had better resources to implement them,” he said. His role models include Sir Richard Branson and Sandile Shezi.

Khuliso Excellent Muvhango. Photo supplied.


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Final hurdles for the NFD teams By Frank Mavhungu Black Leopards are leaving no stone unturned in their preparations for their final league match against Mthatha Bucks at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Sunday afternoon. According to the team’s head coach, Mr Jeff Loscuito, they want to wrap up their league programme with a bang. He said that finishing their league programme on a high would boost the players’ morale when they approach the promotional playoffs. The Bucks’ defence will have a mammoth task to stop the Leopards’

forwards, Leonard Ntshangase, Mwape Musonda and Mziwokuthula Zimu. Mwape Musonda scored a hat trick in their game against Magezi FC at the same venue last Saturday. Jomo Cosmos will entertain University of Pretoria at the Tsakane Stadium in Johannesburg. Both University of Pretoria and Cosmos are already out of the promotional playoff race. Royal Eagles will undertake a journey to Emalahleni for their encounter with Witbank Spurs. Amazulu will meet FC Cape Town at the NNK Rugby Stadium. Amazulu are in the hot race for a place in the play-

offs, while the team from Cape Town are fighting for survival. The Western Cape derby between Stellenbosch FC and Santos will be staged at the Athlone Stadium. Santos need a miracle to escape the relegation axe. The other Cape derby will be between Cape Town All Stars and Milano United at the Parow Park Stadium. Magezi will undertake a journey to Kanyamazane Stadium in Nelspruit where they will meet Mbombela United. Real Kings and Thanda Royal Zulu will rub shoulders at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium in Durban.

Hosi yo Lungha takes youth off the streets Shibambu said that the tournament had been organised because of youths roamThousands of villagers from all the ing the streets with nothing to do and villages under the Mulenzhe tradiothers ending up on the wrong side of tional authority outside Thohoyandou the law. He works in Johannesburg for a gathered at the local sports field a top motoring company and financed the fortnight ago for the annual Hosi yo event. The Hosi Yo Lungha tournament Lungha Soccer Challenge. drew six soccer teams and was won by The event is the brainchild of famous Khakhanwa Barcelona, who beat Mumusician Kaizer Shibambu, better lenzhe Shooting Stars 5-4 on penalties. known as Hosi yo Lungha. The local The two teams were locked in a goalless leadership, Chief Ntevheleni Ramovha stalemate after full time. and Duvha Ramovha, were also part of The winners received a kit, R2 000 the proceedings. prize money, gold medals and a floating The programme started with a fun trophy and a former Kaizer Chiefs run, soccer tournament where six teams player Tshifhiwa Mmboi was the man of participated and ended with a music the tournament. The 5km fun run was festival where the creme of Xitsonga won by Giyani Community Radio’s anmusicians, among them veterans Elias nouncer Michael Baloyi, also known as Baloyi and MC Mabasa, performed. The King. At the event Shibambu, who By Elmon Tshikhudo

Traditional leader Ntevheleni Ramovha (left) hands over a medal to the sponsor, Hosi yo Lungha, during the event.

is also a Xitsonga traditional musician, launched his two new CDs. The sports events were followed by a music festival to popularise the two CDs and top Xitsonga musicians performed. They included veteran artists Elias Baloyi and MC Mabasa. Shibambu said he had been presenting an annual soccer tournament since 2014. “My mission is to see people together and there must be no crime, and young people must also focus on sports and music,” he said. Tournament organiser Ntsako Mabasas said Shibambu was a crime fighter and community developer par excellence. “We took his mandate forward and went to the villages to organise and we had thousands of people who attended,” he said.

Takalani Nengovhela of Maximum Force heads the ball away, while Lucky Mulovhedzi of Cobra Stars is ready to intercept.

Only one point for Stars scoring boots at home, Rendani Masindi, the sweeper of Force, Cobra Stars, an affiliate of the abandoned his position to assist MMK Administrators Soccer the goal poachers. League, managed to collect only Masindi’s presence in the atone point from the team’s two tacking line was felt when he tried matches this weekend. his luck from just outside the box They lost 1-4 to Tshivhazwaulu with a half volley. The ball went Peace Makers at Tshivhazwaulu a little wide, much to the fans’ on Saturday and played to a goal- disappointment. less draw with Voweto Maximum Maximum Force effected the Force at the Zwavhavhili grounds first change to their starting linethe following day. up four minutes into the last half. Cobra Stars could have won They replaced Tsepo Ganyane, their match against Maximum who paved the way for Awelani Force convincingly, but their strik- Ramavhulela. Cobra Stars came ers were unlucky. Although they close to scoring when their diminlost their number one goalkeeper, utive striker, Thembuluwo MabuKhodani Matodzi, through injury la, went loose from the middle of in the opening minutes of the the park but shot straight to the game, the Stars from Tshisaulu stranded keeper. village did not lose their fighting The keeper of Maximum spirit. Matodzi sustained an arm Force, Lutendo Ramuntshi, was injury while clearing Mukovhe forced to stretch to the limit to Maila’s volley in the 14th minute. palm away Khuthadzo Mashau’s Enos Medzhuta replaced him. attempt for a corner kick in the Realizing that his strikers 76th minute. The game turned seemed to have forgotten their lukewarm in the last 15 minutes. By Frank Mavhungu

Hosi yo Lungha entertains the crowds during the event.

Takalani Nengovhela of Maximum Force (left) and Enos Madzhuta of Cobra Stars wrestle to win the ball.

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LEGALS TSHILIDZI NELWAMONDO NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR REZONING IN TERMS THULAMELA TOWN PLANNING SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAWS, 2016, 38 I, Tshilidzi Nelwamondo being the authorized agent of the owner of Erf 827 Thohoyandou E Township measuring 752 m2, hereby give notice in terms of Thulamela Town Planning Spatial Planning and Land Use Management By-laws, 2016, that I have applied to the to rezone the property described above. The subject property is to be rezoned from Residential 1 to 1 to Business 1 with written consent for a residential building. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the relevant

office of: Thulamela Municipality, Senior Manager Development Planning, Private Bag X 5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 for a period of 28 days from date of publication. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to above or be addressed to: (at the relevant office), Should no comments and/ or objections be received as set out above, the municipality will assume that you are in support of the application and may approve the proposed land use rights. Address of authorized agent: Physical address: 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, Polokwane, 0699. Postal address P O Box 15153, Flora Park, o699, Telephone No: 0833582670. NDIVHADZO YA KHUMBELO YA U SHANDIKISA KUSHUMISELE KWA MAVU U YA NGA THULAMELA TOWN PLANNING SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAWS, 2016, 38 Vha khou divhadzwa uri huna khumbelo yo itwaho nga Nelwamondo T, o imela muiti wa tshanduko yo bulwaho afho ntha kha Erf 827 Thohoyandou E, I tshi bva kha Residential 1 u ya kha Business 1 na written consent ya residential building). Vhane vha takalelea u vhala ngaha khumbelo iyi, manwalo aya akhou wanala ofisini ya minigere muhulwane wa kudzudzanyele na mvelaphanda, Masipala wa Thulamela, Thohoyandou. Manwalo aya ado wanala lwa tshifhinga tshi edanaho maduvha a 28 ubva kha duvha la u thoma la u andadziwa ha khumbelo iyo yo bulwaho afho ntha. Vhane vha vha na mbilaelo na iyi khumbelo vha nwalele masipala wa Thulamela kha Diresi itevhelaho, P O box 5066, Thohoyandou, 0950. Mbilaelo dzi do tanganedzwa lwa maduvha a 28 ubva khau andadzwa ha iyi khumbelo. Diresi ya feme yo itaho khumbelo ino ndi P O box 15153, Flora park, 0669, 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, 0699. Thingo 0833582670

PLAN WIZE TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNERS MUSINA LAND USE MANAGEMENT SCHEME 2010 MUSINA AMENDMENT SCHEME 347 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT OF THE MUSINA LAND USE MANAGEMENT SCHEME, 2010 IN TERMS OF SECTION 56 (1)(B)(I) OF THE TOWN PLANNING AND TOWNSHIPS ORDINANCE,1986 (ORDINANCE 15 OF 1986), READ TOGETHER WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE

MANAGEMENT ACT, 2013 (ACT 16 OF 2013) (SPLUMA) AND REGULATIONS AS PROMULGATED I, Izel van Rooy of the firm Plan Wize Town and Regional Planners, being the authorized agent of the owner of the under-mentioned properties hereby gives notice in terms of Section 56 (1)(b)(i) of the Town Planning and Townships Ordinance, 1986 (Ordinance 15 of 1986) read together with the provisions of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013 (Act 16 of 2013) (SPLUMA) and Regulations as promulgated that I have applied to the Musina Local Municipality for the amendment of the town planning scheme known as the Musina Land Use Management Scheme 2010, by the rezoning of the following properties from “Agricultural” to “Mining 1”: •The Remaining Extent of the farm Venetia, 103 MS, Limpopo Province; •Portion 1 of the farm Venetia, 103 MS, Limpopo Province; •Portion 2 of the farm Venetia, 103 MS, Limpopo Province; and parts of the following properties: •±40ha of Portion 3 of the farm Venetia, 103 MS, Limpopo Province; •±120ha of Portion 4 of the farm Venetia, 103 MS, Limpopo Province; •±360ha of Portion 5 of the farm Venetia, 103 MS, Limpopo Province; •±320ha of The farm Rugen, 854-MS, Limpopo Province; •±520ha of Portion 1 of the farm Krone, 104-MS, Limpopo Province; •±150ha of The farm Elesger, 98-MS, Limpopo Province; and •±30ha of The farm Drumsheugh, 99-MS, Limpopo Province. Total area: ±3000ha. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Municipal Manager: Civic Centre, Murphy Street, Musina for a period of 28 days from 5 May 2017. Objections to or representation in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager at the above address or at Private bag X611, Musina, 0900, within a period of 28 days from 5 May 2017. ADDRESS OF AGENT: PLAN WIZE TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNERS, P.O. BOX 2445, THABAZIMBI, 0380, TEL: 0824497626 [REF. NO. T0478]

PLAN WIZE TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNERS MUSINA LAND USE MANAGEMENT SCHEME, 2010 APPLICATION FOR THE CONSENT OF THE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY IN TERMS OF CLAUSE 20 OF THE MUSINA LAND USE MANAGEMENT SCHEME, 2010 TO PERMIT THE USE OF

THE FARM RUGEN, 854-MS, LIMPOPO PROVINCE FOR THE PURPOSES OF DWELLING UNITS ONLY FOR KEY STAFF FOR A TEMPORARY PERIOD Notice is hereby given that in terms of Clause 20 of the Musina Land Use Management Scheme, 2010 we the undersigned intend applying to the Musina Local Municipality for consent to permit the use of the farm Rugen, 854-MS, Limpopo Province, presently zoned as “Agricultural” to be rezoned to “Mining 1”, for the purposes of Dwelling units only for key staff for a temporary period, subject to specific conditions. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Municipal Manager: Civic Centre, Murphy Street, Musina for a period of 28 days from 5 May 2017. Objections to or representation in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager at the above address or at Private bag X611, Musina, 0900, within a period of 28 days from 5 May 2017. ADDRESS OF AGENT: PLAN WIZE TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNERS, P.O. BOX 2445, THABAZIMBI, 0380, TEL: 0824497626 [REF. NO. T0478]

ANTON RAMAANO INC NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS (SECTION 29) In the Estate of the Late: MAANO MMBEREGENI EDWIN, ID: 5503255176083, who died on 25/03/2017. Master’s reference number: 756/2017. Creditors and Debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30 (thirty) days as from date of this advertisement. Executrix, ANTON RAMAANO ATTORNEYS, HOUSE NO. 902, CNR UNIVERSITY ROAD & MPHEPHU DRIVE, OPPOSITE KHORONI HOTEL / VENDA PLAZA, P.O. BOX 2246, THOHOYANDOU, 0950, TEL: 015 962 2232/2236, FAX: 015 962 5009, E-MAIL ADDRESS: anton@ramaanoattorneys. co.za, REF: AR/LM/ES2/17

ADVOCATE T.C MUNYAI Notice that Executor’s Liquidation and Distribution Account is lying for inspection. The estate of the late Nethengwe Matodzi Lucas (Identity Number: 7410285683086) who was ordinarily resident Khomele Village and who died Polokwane Estate Number 273/2017. The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the above estate will lie for

inspection at the office of the Master of the High Court (Thohoyandou) and copy thereof at the office of the Magistrate for the district of Thulamela for a period of 21 (twenty one) days from the date of publication hereof. Dated and Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 02nd day of may 2017. Advocate T.C Munyai Style Centre Building, first Floor Office No: 9&DR GRR Mathivha Sibasa Office no: 2 Tel: 076 609 2083/073 249 1795 Ref: Atcm/liqdae/05/2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late NENGOME MULALO EDITH, I.D no: 790530 0566 083 of Tshisaulu location, Limpopo province who died on the 09/02/2017 and who was not married at the time of her death. Estate number: 898/2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 08TH DAY OF MAY 2017 WISANI BALOYI INCORPORATED PO BOX 3305, LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 REF: REDRESS /EST 18/2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late MATIDZA NKHUMELENI JOSIAS, I.D no: 371010 5990 080 of Erf: 460, Unit-D, Thohoyandou, Limpopo province who died on the 08/03/2017 and who was married in community of property to MATIDZA TOVHOWANI PATRICIA of I.D no: 450203 0171 085. Estate number: 796/2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 08TH DAY OF MAY 2017 WISANI BALOYI INCORPORATED PO BOX 3305, LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 REF: REDRESS /EST 16/2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late NETSHITHUTHUNI Langanani, I.D no: 5901090016084 of Ngwenani ya ha-Mpholi, Limpopo province who died on the 23/04/2017 and who was not married

at the time of his death. Estate number: 929/2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 08TH DAY OF MAY 2017 WISANI BALOYI INCORPORATED PO BOX 3305, LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 REF: REDRESS /EST 19/2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late MUTSHINYANI ELIZABETH MUDAU, I.D no: 500719 0176 081 of Tshitereke village, Limpopo province who died on the 27/04/2017 and who was not married at the time of her death. Estate number: 901/2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 08TH DAY OF MAY 2017 WISANI BALOYI INCORPORATED PO BOX 3305, LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 REF: REDRESS /EST 17/2017

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the late MUFAMADI RAVELE DANIEL, of I.D no: 590526 5174 081 of house number 484, block M-East, Manini, Limpopo Province, who died on the 03/12/2016, ref no: 2997/2016, Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from date of publication at the Master’s offices. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. WISANI BALOYI INC. BOX 3305 LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 REF: REDRESS /EST 55/2016 SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 08TH DAY OF MAY 2017.

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the late

NEVONDO NKHANGWELENI VIRGINIA, of I.D no: 650503 1042 080 of Lwamondo village, Limpopo Province, who died on the 22/09/2016, ref no: 2473/2016, Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from date of publication at the Master’s offices. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. WISANI BALOYI INC. BOX 3305 LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 REF: REDRESS /EST 46/2016 SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 08TH DAY OF MAY 2017.

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Supplementary first and final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the late MASHAO KHENSANI MAVIS, of I.D no: 360707 0399 083 of stand no: 780A, Malamulele, Vhembe district, Limpopo Province, who died on the 09/06/2016, ref no: 1353/2016, Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from date of publication at the Master’s offices. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. WISANI BALOYI INC. BOX 3305 LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 REF: REDRESS /EST 21/2017 SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 8TH DAY OF MAY 2017.

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20/2017 SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 8TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2016.

MAKHUVHA E.M ATTORNEYS

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late Kanakana Elvis Mmbadeni , I.D no: 560909 5593 086 of stand no: 817, Ha-Makhuvha, Thohoyandou, Limpopo province who died on the 19/04/2017 and was married in community of property to Mmbadeni Vhusani of I.D NO: 680626 0462 084. Estate number: 946/2017Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 08th DAY OF May 2017 MAKHUVHA E.M ATTORNEYS P O BOX 759 THOHOYANDOU 0950 REF: MAK/EST/03/ MMB

DT MPHAPHULI ATTORNEYS

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DECEASED ESTATE All persons having claims against the under-mentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publication hereof, Estate No: 721/2017, Master;s Office, Limpopo High Court Thohoyandou, Surname:Mbadaliga, Christian name: Mauvhelwana Vincent, Date of Birth: 1956/05/02, ID No: 5605025184087, Last Address: 43 Waterbessie STreet, Makhado. Date of death: NOTICE IN TERMS OF 24/03/2017. SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT D.T Mphaphuli Attorneys 66 OF 1965 Office No: 04, Real First and Final Rental Building, Liquidation and 117 Krogh Street, Distribution Account Makhado, 0920, in the Estate of the late MASIA HETRICIA Tel: (015) 516 6936, LILLY, of I.D no: 620402 Fax: (015) 516 0291 1235 082 of HOUSE no: 258, Malamulele, Vhembe district, Limpopo Province, who died on the 09/02/2017, ref no: 000363/2016, Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from date of publication at the Master’s offices. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. WISANI BALOYI INC. BOX 3305 LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 REF: REDRESS /EST

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NDAVHE TRADING ENTERPRISE (PTY) LTD Xitsundzuxo/Xilemukiso xa Mayelano na Xikombelo xa pfumelo OR Layisese ya Petrolium Product Act, 1977 (Act No 120 of 1977). Xitsundzuso/Xilemukiso ixaku tsudzuxa kuva NDAVHE TRADING ENTERPRISE (PTY) LTD,A ve Mukomberi Loyi a Rhumeleke Xikombelo Xa pfumelo/ Layisese,Hi Nomboro Leyi F/2017/02/06/0001. STAND NO 01 MAVAMBE VILLAGE Mavambe Main Road MALAMULELE Xikongomelo Xa Xikombelo ikuva Mukomberi a Nyikiwa pfumelelo/Layisese ya kutirha Eka Petrolium Retailing Activities.Tani hiloko swi kombisiwile eka Papila ra Xikombelo. Kuta Lulamisiwa Karhi wo Langutisana ni Xikombelo kumbe papilla ra xikombelo lexi rumeriwike.Leswi swi ta endliwa hi Mulawuri waka Petroleum Products. -Telephone: (015) 230 3600 OR

-Fax OR -Email: Gibson Tshisikhawe @energy.gov.za Ku Komberiwa Swisolo ni Swibumabumeri eka ku Pfumela ka ku Nyikiwa Pfumelela ka ku nyikiwa pfumelelo/Layisese hiku titsongahata eka xikombelo leswi swifanele kuhumesela,kumba ku kombisiwa Nomboro ya xikombelo erivaleni. Swi fanarile kufika eka mulawuri wa Petrolium Products ku ngasi hela (20 working days) wa masiku ya ntirho evhikini ku sukela loko xitsudzuxo xi humesiwile. Swisolo ni swibumabumelo swifanele ku fikisiwa eka adirese ya tshamo kumbe ya bokisi ra Poso Leyi. TSHAMO: THE CONTROLLER OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY 18A LANDROS MARE STREET POSTAL ADDRESS THE CONTOLLER OF PETRLOLEUM PRODUCTS DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY 18A LANDROS MARE STREET.

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Notice of Environmental Impact Assessment Process. Notice is herby given in terms of acts: Regulation 27 and 28(ii) of the regulations published in government notice No. R983 under section 24(5) read with Section44 of National Environmental Management Act (act no: 107 of 1998) Activity and Location: Proposed demarcation of 100 residential sites located at Lurangwe village within Thulamela local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Proponent: Thulemela Local Municipality Consultants: MPC Technology Pty Ltd Contact Person: Ms Mudzanani Munzhedzi Queen PO Box 478, Sibasa, 0970 Tel/Fax: 015 962 1639. In order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and/ or affected party (IAP) only in terms of the EIA process please submit

your name, contact information and interest to the contact person given above within 30 days of publication.

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Notice of Environmental Impact Assessment ProcessNotice is herby given in terms of acts: Regulation 27 and 28(ii) of the regulations published in government notice No. R983 under section 24(5) read with Section44 of National Environmental Management Act (act no: 107 of 1998) Activity and Location: Proposed demarcation of 200 residential sites located at Thengwe village within Thulamela local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Proponent: Thulemela Local Municipality Consultants: MPC Technology Pty Ltd Contact Person: Muvhulawa Mukondeleli PO Box 478, Sibasa,

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

TENDER NO. 39 OF 2017 PROVISION OF STAGE, SOUND SYSTEM, VIP MARQUEE PACKAGE, BARRICADES AND ARTISTES FOR THE MAKHADO ANNUAL SHOW 2017 Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Provision of Stage, Sound System, VIP Marquee package, Barricades and Artistes for the Makhado Annual Show 2017. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 17 May 2017 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R300,00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on 19 May 2017 at 10:00 at Council Chamber,83 Krogh Street, Ground Floor, Makhado. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 39 of 2017: Provision of Stage, Sound System, VIP Marquee package, Barricades and Artistes for the Makhado Annual Show- 2017.” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer of the main entrance to the Civic Centre by not later than 12:00 on Friday, 02 June 2017 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of submission thereof. Submitted tenders will be evaluated on 80/20 score points. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or facsimile or electronically by e-mail, or not having the following documents attached for evaluation or not complying with the tender specifications, will not be evaluated and will be disqualified: • • • • • • • •

Valid Tax Clearance Certificate with pin issued. A copy of Company Registration Certificate Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s) (not more than three months). A certified copy of BBBEE Certificate (For Preferential Points) CSD Summary Report Attach company Event Management certificate Attach at least contactable reference of the same Event conducted. Proof of payment of municipal account/statement/ Rental Agreement or letter from Traditional Leader.

All technical enquiries can be directed to Director Development Planning Ms. M D Sinthumule at (015) 519 3000, Mr R V Phalanndwa at (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr N.A Mathivhapa at (015) 519 3044. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 80/2017 File No: 8/3/2/1417

MR. M.J KANWENDO ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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0970 Tel/Fax: 015 962 1639 In order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and/or affected party (IAP) only in terms of the EIA process please submit your name, contact information and interest to the contact person given above within 30 days of publication.

MR RAMOVHA KE PUBLIC NOTICE IN TERMS SECTION 79 (18) OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ORDINANCES 1939 (ORDINANCE 17 OF 1939) We hereby inform the public about the upgrade of an airline route from louis Trichart airport to all cities national and international We hereby inform the public about herodity divine intention to lease the makhado Municipality

Council land portion of farms rietvly 276 ls and naturelle lokasie 272 ls for upgrading the louis trichardt airport to become a full commercial airport that will service the public For any comment contact mr ramovha k.E 0727578893 mr tshivhula ml 0725356761 Or email to ramovha@ heroditydivine.Co.Za

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the late MASENGANA MAANDA ERIC, of I.D no: 530616 5744 083 of 219, Gogobole village, Vhembe district, Limpopo Province, who died on the 17/02/2017, ref no: 415/2017, Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days

from date of publication at the Master’s offices. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. P.B.N MAWILA ATTORNEYS BOX 917 THOHOYANDOU 0950 REF: REDRESS /EST 03/2017 SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 8TH DAY OF MAY 2017.

TAMBANI MATUMBA ATTORNEYS LIQUOR ACT, 1989 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY IN TERMS OF SECTION 19 FOR A LICENSE Notice is hereby given that it is the intention to lodge the above-mentioned application, particulars of which

appear hereunder, with the magistrate of the district of Dzanani on 02 June 2017. District: Dzanani. Sithuu Azwindini Nelson Residential Address: Raliphaswa Village Nzhelele, Business address: Stand Number 536, Zone one Ha-Raliphaswa Village, Dzanani, Makhado Municipality, Vhembe District, Limpopo Postal address: PO Box 3445 Dzanani, 0955 Kind of License applied for: Special Liquor License (Eating House) consumption on the premises where food is also sold. Kind of liquor to be sold: All kinds of liquor allowed for sale by law. Name under which business is to be conducted and full address of premises: Dalas Special Eating House.

Vacancy available for a salesman Job description An International Tyre Company requires the services of a salesman homebased in Polokwane/ Limpopo area with experience in PCR/ SUV/ LTR/ AG/ TBR/ OTR/ ORR. The salesman will be reporting directly to the Regional Manager and taking full accountability for all TRA. The candidate must have a vast knowledge on TBR, Agri, OTR/ORR as the main criteria. The company offers a market related salary + benefits. The ideal candidate needs to be enthusiastic, possess sound time management and have high customer service skills. Also the capacity to relate to people on all levels of the business. Requirements The successful applicant will need: • Minimum three years’ experience (PCR/SUV/LTR/AG/TBR/OTR/ORR) • Must have technical knowledge • Computer literate • Drivers licence essential • Must be able to travel • Must be able to work under pressure and work under minimum supervision Personal skills / attributes • Be a team player • Have strong communication skills • Ability to use initiative • Deadline driven Relevant applicants to email their CV to cv@stamford.co.za by no later than 19 May 2017. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers

Vacancy Dzimauli Secondary School We are looking for a qualified and experienced Secondary School Educator to fill in a vacancy of FET phase. Candidates must have good Mathematics and Natural/Physical Sciences teaching skills. Interested applicants must submit a concise letter of motivation and CV with reference in the teaching field. Only candidates with verifiable qualifications and experience will be considered. Applications should be handed in at NIANI CIRCUIT, before the 19-05 2017 For inquires call Ramphabana MJ: 072 564 6924/ 079 851 9480

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MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY

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

ADDENDUM TENDER NO.34 OF 2017 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY FOR OFFICE FURNITURE

PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the closing date for the above mentioned tender is hereby extended to 26 May 2017 at 12H00 when all tenders received will be opened in public. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 85/2017 File No: 8/3/2/1419

MR. M.J KANWENDO ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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

E-STATEMENT CONSUMER PORTAL FOR MONTHLY MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS

NOTICE OF AN ORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING NO 04/2016/17 LIM343- THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 29(2) of the Local Government: Municipal Structures Act No:117of 1998 as amended , that the 04th Ordinary Council Meeting of Thulamela Local Municipality will be held at 11h00 on the 31st day of May 2017 at the Thohoyandou Indoor Sports Centre.

MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

Makhado Local Municipality embarked further into its revenue enhancement strategic plan and herewith notifies its consumers that Municipality, in partnership with its municipal financial billing service provider, is proud to introduce THE e-STATEMENT CONSUMER PORTAL. This is a system by which consumers of municipalities running on Munsoft FMS can select to have their statements delivered by email as opposed to being sent via conventional postage. This system also provides a secure online e-services web portal where consumers can:i) Have access to electronic copies of current and historical statements and SMS notifications ii) View or Change their contact details information. HOW: 1. Open your web browser, insert http://mymunicipality-lim344.emunsoft.co.za/ into your URL and click enter. 2. Click register > insert your details > click register at the bottom of the online registration form. 3. The system will send you an activation e-mail to the e-mail entered in your online form; open the e-mail and click here to activate your account. 4. Open your web browser, insert http://mymunicipality-lim344.emunsoft.co.za/ into your URL and click enter. 5. Click login > Click consumer tab > insert username > insert password > Click login 6. Insert your account number > Insert your PIN (top left hand corner of your statement) > Click link and use. IMPORTANT: Please notify the enquiries personnel if you wish to receive your statement via e-mail by calling Ms Windy Mamphogoro or Mr Lufuno Rasivhetshelwe at telephone no 015 519 3061, Mr Stanley Makhuvhele or Mr Lavhelesani Luvhimba at telephone no 015 519 3057, or you can send your request by e-mail to reubenr@makhado.gov.za Please also let us know how we may improve our online e-services to you by sending an e-mail to our E-Services section reubenr@makhado.gov.za. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 81 of 2017 File No: 6/13/2/2 4 May 2017

MR. M.J KANWENDO ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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

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MOKWALE CONSULTING CC NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS (BASIC ASSESSMENT) In terms of Regulation 982 of the regulation published in Government Notice No.38282 of 2014 under Section 41 read with section 44 of the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 ( Act No. 107 of 1998), notice is hereby given that Vhembe TVET Colleges is of intent to carry out the following activity: Project Name: Proposed Construction of new facilities on farm Goedverwachting 190 LT (Tshisimani TVET College) Project Description: The applicant intends to construct new facilities on Goedverwachting 190 LT (Tshisimani TVET College). The Proposed facilities will entails the following: 20 Classrooms, Admin block, Cafeteria, Registration centre and Ablution block. Location: The site is located on the farm Goedverwachting 190 LT ( Tshisimani TVET College) within Makhado Municipality area of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Coordinates: S 23 03 21.82 E 30 18 24.93. The properties are located north of Tshakhuma fruit market, known as Tshisimani College. In order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and/ or affected party, please submit, in writing, your name, contact information and interest in the matter, within 30 days of placement of this notice, to address hereunder. MOKWALE CONSULTING CC, P.O. Box 31654, Superbia, 0759, Tel: 012 941 0939, Fax 086 620 6336, E-mail: admin@mokwale .co.za. Date 12 May 2017.

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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 invites qualified and experienced service providers for supply and delivery of emergency food parcels BID NO

DESCRIPTIONS

BID PRICE

CONTACT PERSON

EVALUATION CRITERIA

BID 90/ 2016/ 2017

Supply and delivery of Emergency Food parcels

R539.00

Mr Nepfumbada N at 083 456 0237 or Ms Mudau P 015 962 7796

80/20 preference points system.

Bid documents will be available as from the 16th May 2017 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance Status Letter or Tax Clearance Compliance Number. • Company registration documents (e.g. CK) • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction.( Not older than Three(3) months) and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • List of similar successfully executed projects with clients contact details and contract values. Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report. (NB: Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers who have registered on the CSD) NB: Service providers must submit their BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the corporation and BEE Rating certificate 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 of June 2017. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, 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. 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.

MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

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

RE-ADVERTISEMENT TENDER NO. 23 OF 2017 PROVISION OF HEALTH CARE RISK WASTE COLLECTION AND TREATMENT SERVICES FOR THE PERIOD OF TWO YEARS Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Provision of Health Care Risk Waste Collection and Treatment Services. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 16 MAY 2017 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200,00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on 19 MAY 2017 at 10:30 at Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Makhado. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 23 of 2017: Provision of Health Care Risk Waste Collection and Treatment Services” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer of the main entrance to the Civic Centre by not later than 12:00 on Friday, 2 JUNE 2017 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of submission thereof. Submitted tenders will be evaluated on 80/20 score points. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or facsimile or electronically by e-mail, or not having the following documents attached for evaluation or not complying with the tender specifications, will not be evaluated and will be disqualified: • • • • • • • • •

Valid Tax Clearance Certificate issued by SARS with pin A copy of Company Registration Certificate Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s), not more than 3 months Certified copy of BBBEE Certificate (For Preferential Points) All authorization documents for the Service Provider to handle/or transport HCRW Attach confirmation from the HCRW treatment(Incinerator) facility that the appointed Service Provider will bring HCRW Attach proof of appointment letter of similar previous successfully executing service contract value & client contacts. Proof of payment of Municipal accounts/ Lease agreement or letter from Tribal authority(not more than 3 months) Attach CSD report

All technical enquiries can be directed to the Director Community Services, Mr Kanwendo M.J or Mr Nndwakhulu N.P at (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr N A Mathivha at (015) 519 3044. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 54/2017 File No: 8/3/2/1401

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Vacancies & Tenders To advertise your Vacancies on this page, contact George, Yolanda or Thendo at Tel: (015) 516 4996

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT Notice is hereby give in terms of the following acts: • Regulation 27 and 28(ii) of the regulations published in government Notice No. R983 under Section 24 (5) read with Section 44 of the National Environmental Management Act (Act No. 107 of 1998) Activity and Location: Prosposed demarcation of 250 residential sites located at Mphego village within Thulamela Local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province Proponent: Consultants: Contact Person: Tel/Fax: Cell: E-mail address:

Thulamela Local Municipality MPC Technology (Pty) Ltd Muvhulawa Mukondeleli 015 962 1639 071 679 0845 nemdacompany@gmail.com

In order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and/or affected party (IAP) only in terms of the EIA process please submit your name, contact information and interest to the contact person given above within 30 days of publication of this notice.

The Tshiawelo Secondary School recently received special recognition from the South African National Blood Services (SANBS) for the exceptional part that the school had played the past couple of years to donate much-needed blood. In 2016, Tshiawelo Secondary School donated 773 units of blood, which was more than any other school in the country could do. Sello Makhura, an SANBS representative, thanked the school for their wonderful support and mentioned that they had managed to save hundreds of lives in the process. In the photo, representatives of the school as well as from the SANBS appear, along with artists such as the US singer, Solvei Sensli, and the Rivoni choir.

VHEMBE T.V.E.T. COLLEGE Site no 203, Private Bag X2136, Sibasa, 0970, Limpopo • Tel: (015) 963 3156 / 963 3657 • Fax: (015) 963 3154 • E-mail: fetcol@mweb.co.za

AN ERRATUM NOTICE ON TENDER VTVET NO 30/2017 : PURCHASE AND SUPPLY OF HEAVY DUTY COLOUR PHOTOCOPIER MACHINE FOR SHINGWEDZI CAMPUS 1. Closing Date for the above stated Tender is 30 May 2017 and not 05 May 2017 BR Hlekane Acting Principal

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VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY SUPPLIER / VENDOR DATABASE 2017/2018

VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY INVITES SUPPLIERS/VENDORS TO APPLY FOR LISTING ON THE VDM SUPPLIER DATABASE

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The supplier registration form must be completed and returned with the following compulsory document:

VHEMBE T.V.E.T. COLLEGE

• CSD NB: If you have not attached all required documents, your registration will be disqualified. Suppliers/Vendors who registered previously should re-apply for the current financial year.

Site no 203, Private Bag X2136, Sibasa, 0970, Limpopo • Tel: (015) 963 3156 / 963 3657 • Fax: (015) 963 3154 • E-mail: fetcol@mweb.co.za

The Supplier/Vendor application form is available on www.vhembe.gov.za. Hard copies will be available at our Vhembe District Municipality Offices.

TENDER NOTICE

For further information/enquiries, contact the Supply Chain Practitioner, Mr V.M. Matshidze or Mr A.J. Nyambeni, tel. 015 960 2100 / 2074 (during office hours). Mr Ngoepe Nare - Municipal Manager Vhembe District Municipality, Private Bag X5006, Thohoyandou, 0950

BIDS PROPOSALS ARE INVITED FOR THE RENDERING OF THE FOLLOWING SERVICE AS INDICATED BELOW:

www.ursonline.co.za

DESCRIPTION 1.

Bids Proposals are invited from prospective service providers to provide Branding Services and Promotional Items/ Materials for the college,

REQUIRED AT Central Office

(Tender) Bid No.

CLOSING DATE

VTVET No 12/06/2017 31/2017 Time: 11h00

(TENDERS) BIDS OBTAINABLE FROM Central Office Stand No. A 203 SIBASA

VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY

POST DELIVERY TO Vhembe TVET College, Central Office Private Bag x 2136 SIBASA 0970

NB : The wining three companies will be contracted to Vhembe TVET College for 12 months (1 year) Evaluation Criteria : • 80/20 scoring points • Valid Taxi Clearance Certificate • CK (Certified) • Valid BEE Verification Certificate(Certified) • Proof of Residence of the Company • Compliance to Specification obtainable in the Tender Document • Price

REQUEST FOR TENDERS/PROPOSALS BID NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

CIDB GRADING

BID FEE

CLOSING DATE

TECHNICAL ENQUIRIES

VDM/ TECH/ 06/04/ 2017/01

Xikundu Mhinga Bulk Water Supply Project 1

7CE or higher

R411.00 (nonrefundable)

26 June 2017 at 12h00

General Manager: Technical Services, Mr O. Nthutang, tel. 015 960 2000

VDM/ TECH/ 06/04/ 2017/02

Xikundu Mhinga Bulk Water Supply Project 2

7CE or higher

R411.00 (nonrefundable)

26 June 2017 at 12h00

General Manager: Technical Services, Mr O. Nthutang, tel. 015 960 2000

VDM/ TECH/ 06/04/ 2017/03

Xikundu Mhinga Bulk Water Supply Project 3

7CE or higher

R411.00 (nonrefundable)

26 June 2017 at 12h00

General Manager: Technical Services, Mr O. Nthutang, tel. 015 960 2000

DOCUMENT AVAILABILITY: 15 MAY 2017 COMPULSORY BRIEFING SESSION/SITE INSPECTION: 22 MAY 2017 AT 10H00 AT THE ENTRANCE OF VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY Complete tender documents, sealed an envelopes marked with the above mentioned bid numbers, must be deposited in the bid box, next to the entrance of Vhembe District Municipality Offices, next to Khoroni Hotel (Former Venda Tusk Hotel) whereafter the bids will be opened in public.

Tender document will be obtained as from 15 May 2017 at Central Office of Vhembe TVET College at Stand No 203, Unit A, Sibasa, Limpopo upon payment of non-refundable amount of R100.00. Only cash or bank guaranteed cheque made out to Vhembe FET Main Account at FNB: A/C No 62051338187: Branch Code 269149 will be acceptable. No Briefing Session All bids will remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after the time and date of opening. Late submissions, telegraphic, telefax or e-mail transmission tender will not be accepted. Vhembe TVET College does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept a tender as a whole or in part. All tenders and supporting documents must be sealed in a cover clearly marked “Tender Bid Name and Number as well as the station / campus where it is required ” and must be deposited in the tender box B at Central Office, Site No 203, Sibasa, Limpopo, not later than 12 June 2017 at 11:00. All enquires can be directed to Mr ND Maiwashe at +27 15 963 3657, +27 15 963 3156. All enquires should be directed by email to : fetcol@mweb.co.za. Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers

The following documents are required and shall form part of the bid: CSD summary report, Tax Clearance Certificate, Company Registration Certificate, Proof of Purchased tender document receipt, Bidders Certified copy of ID Document, Proof that the bidder’s municipal business account or any of the directors’ municipal accounts are not in arrears (NB: Municipal Clearance not older than three months), Audited Financial Statement and Certified BBBEE Verification Certificate. Late bids, telegraphic, emails or telefax transmission documents will not be accepted. Vhembe District Municipality reserves the right to accept a tender as a whole or in part and does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. NB: All service providers/bidders are requested to pre-number and initial their documents before submission. No bid will be accepted from persons in the service of the State. Administrative enquiries can be directed to Supply Chain Practitioners of Vhembe District Municipality, tel. 015 960 2093/2107/2163/2075/2168. NARE NGOEPE, ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER, VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY, PRIVATE BAG X 5006, THOHOYANDOU, 0950. www.ursonline.co.za


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12 MAY 2017 19

Dynamos hammer Muraleni United By Kaizer Nengovhela Tshiozwi Dynamos walloped Muraleni United Brothers 7-1 in an MMK Administrators League match at Muraleni on Sunday. As indicated through the winning margin, it was a one-sided affair, as the Brothers spent the better part of the game chasing the action. It took Dynamos only five minutes to open their account. Their killer-striker, Mashudu”Ballo” Nengovhela, went loose after beating the offside trap and

sent the keeper the wrong way. Brothers lost shape in the middle of the park shortly after Dynamos’ opening goal. Dynamos scored their second goal in the 15th minute. Nyathi Netshiendeulu blasted in a rocket after a scramble within the box. Brothers were awarded a corner kick in the 26th minute. Zane Mulaudzi took the corner kick and Mashudu Nengovhela headed home to make it 3-0. Dynamos increased the margin through Nengovhela four minutes into the last half. Both sides used all their

substitution chances in the game. Veron Mphasha, who came on as a substitute, was on target in the 70th minute. He headed home, following a square pass from Velaphi Mphaphuli. Mashudu Nengovhela caught the keeper napping and completed his hat trick after a brilliant pass from Lesley Thonga in the 80th minute to bring the score to 6-0. Faith Ratombo scored the only goal for Brothers in the 83rd minute. Nengovhela scored his fifth and his team’s seventh goal late in the game.

Royal Zulu through to Absa Premier league Sunday. They lost 0-1 to the team from the mother city. It’s now official: Thanda Royal Zulu The University of Pretoria were too will be campaigning in the Absa Pregood for Milano United and beat them miership Division when the activities 3-0 at the Absa Tuks Stadium in Pretofor the new season start in the second ria. Chemain Peterson scored a brace, week of August. while the third one came via Thabo MoRoyal Zulu were declared the NFD seki in the dying minutes of the game. champions with three league matches Amazulu were unstoppable when remaining after beating the other league they brutally crushed Santos 3-0 at the title contenders, Stellenbosch FC, 2-1 Princess Magogo Stadium in Durban. at the Umhlatuze Sports Complex in Siyabonga Nomvete and Ovidy Karuru Richards Bay last Wednesday. scored in the first half, while Tapelo Realizing that their remaining three Nyongo was on target five minutes matches were a mere formality, Thanda before the final whistle. Jomo Cosmos used their reserve side in their league lost 1-2 to Royal Eagles, despite the fact match against Cape Town All Stars last that they were playing in front of their By Frank Mavhungu

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

home crowd. Cosmos were the first to find the net. Tebogo Tlouane beat the keeper with a ground cutter. Royal Eagles fought back through Ntandoyethu Ngubane and Cyril Ligwadi in the 67th and 84th minute respectively. In their Mpumalanga derby at the Puma Rugby Stadium in Emalahleni, Witbank Spurs beat Mbombela United 3-1. Sabelo Nyembe opened the Spurs’ account while Joshua Souls scored a brace in the last half. Mbombela’s solitary goal came via Inky Masuku. Tsepo Mabua and Mame Niang scored for Stellenbosch FC when they beat Real Kings 2-0 at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town. FC Cape Town beat Mthatha Bucks 1-0 at the NNK Rugby Stadium in Cape Town.

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

Mashudu Nengovhela of Dynamos is in possession of the ball, while Muvhulawa Rambuda is behind him.

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY

Thulamela Municipality invites capable service providers for the provision of the following services: BID NO

DESCRIPTIONS

BID PRICE

CONTACT PERSON

EVALUATION CRITERIA

BIDNO. 89/ 2016/ 2017

Request for proposal travel agent (Three year contract)

R539.00

Mr Mudzili T P (015 962 7629 or or Ms Mudau P (015 962 7796)

Phase 1:Functionality Phase 2: 80/20 preference points system will be used.

Bid documents will be available as from the 16 May 2017 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance Status Letter or Tax Clearance Compliance Number • Company registration documents (e.g. CK) • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction.( Not older than Three(3) months) and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • Proof of membership with Association of South African Travel Agents (ASATA) • List of similar successful executed projects with client contact details and contract values. Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report. (NB: Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers who have registered on the CSD) NB: Service providers must submit their BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the corporation and BEE Rating certificate or sworn affidavit Functionality will be scored out of 100% and bidders who score less than 50% will not be considered for further evaluation.The following is the functionality schedule

INVITATION TO BID

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

Thulamela Municipality invites capable service providers for the provision of the following services: BID NO

DESCRIPTIONS

BID PRICE

CONTACT PERSON

EVALUATION CRITERIA

BID NO. 91/ 2016/ 2017

Request for proposal – Preparation of Annual Financial Statement 2016/2017

R539.00

Ms Ramboho L (071 600 3833 or or Ms Mudau P (015 962 7796)

Phase 1:Functionality Phase 2: 80/20 preference points system will be used.

Bid documents will be available as from the 16 May 2017 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance Status Letter or Tax Clearance Compliance Number • Company registration documents (e.g. CK) • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction.( Not older than Three(3) months) and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • Proof of membership with SAICA. • List of similar successful executed projects with client contact details and contract values. Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report. (NB: Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers who have registered on the CSD) NB: Service providers must submit their BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the corporation and BEE Rating certificate or sworn affidavit.

DESCRIPTION

POINTS ALLOCATED

Relevant Experience with client contact numbers and values

Max - 40 Points

CV of key personnel

Max – 20 Points

Proof of Membership with ASATA

Max – 20 Points

DESCRIPTION

POINTS ALLOCATED

Methodology

Max – 20 Points

Functionality will be scored out of 100% and bidders who score less than 50% will not be considered for further evaluation. The following is the functionality schedule

Relevant Experience with client contact numbers and values

Max - 30 Points

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 20 June 2017. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou.

Expertise of key personnel

Max – 10 Points

Proof of Membership with SAICA

Max – 10 Points

Experience of Key Personnel

Max _ 20 Points

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.

Methodology

Max – 30 Points

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.

MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

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 June 2017. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, 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

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20 12 MAY 2017

Teams ready for Nemakonde By Frank Mavhungu This year’s Boy Nemakonde Soccer Tournament

Magezi FC might be fighting for survival in the National First Division, but they have something to be proud of. Their fast forward, Thembisani Nevhulamba, is one of the league’s top goal scorers. Nevhulamba has scored eight goals in league matches to date. Two of the goals were scored while he was still playing for Black Leopards. Thembi, as he is known, was a player of Black Leopards until last December, when he was dismissed for misconduct. Sedwyn George of Royal Eagles, with 17 goals, is currently leading the pack.

was officially launched during a ceremony at the Begwa Brickyard last Saturday evening. Eight teams are gearing up for the annual event. The opening matches will be played at the Makhuvha Stadium on Friday, 16 June. The fixtures for the quarterfinal matches are: Madandila Happy Boys vs Dimani Young Masters, Buluni Happy Boys vs Munangwe United Brothers, Lukalo Hotspurs vs Mubvumoni XI Arrows and Tshaulu Hungry Lions vs Mushiru Going Tigers. This year’s champions will take home R10 000, a soccer kit, gold medals, a floating trophy, 11 pairs of soccer boots and 6 soccer balls. The prize for the runners-up include R1 500, soccer kit and 6 soccer balls. The third-placed side will take home R1500 and 6 soccer balls. The team booted out of the tournament in the semifinal stage will receive 6 soccer balls. The remaining teams will each receive a consolation prize of two soccer balls. Individual awards will be presented to the best player in the tournament, the top goal scorer and the goalkeeper of the tournament. They will each receive R1 000. The semifinal and final matches will be staged at the Tshifudi Stadium. The final is scheduled to be played on 24 June.

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY VACANT POSTS

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

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY HEAD OFFICE : THE ECONOMIC HUB OF VHEMBE REGION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER INVITE APPLICATIONS FROM SUITABLE CANDIDATES FOR APPOINTMENT ON THE FOLLOWING VACANT POSTS. 1. Department: Position: Remuneration:

Human Settlement Senior Manager R835.477 (minimum) or R 965,869(midpoint) or R1,096.262 (maximum) per annum as set out in the Government Gazette 40117 dated 1 July 2016 on upper limits of total remuneration package payable to Municipal managers. The offer of remuneration will be determined by competences, qualification, experience and knowledge of the candidate to be appointed. Employment Term: This is a fixed-term employment contract for (5) years and the incumbent will be expected to sign an employment contract, a performance agreement and complete the disclosure of financial interest form. The incumbent will be stationed at Thulamela Local Municipality. Qualifications, employment background check, security vetting, screening and competency assessment will be carried out for all short-listed candidates.

Requirements: • Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture /Housing management and Development or relevant qualification. • Five (5) year’s experience at middle management level and have proven successful project management within public and private sector. Knowledge: • Good knowledge and understanding of relevant policy and legislation. • Good understanding of institutional governance systems and performance management. • Good knowledge of supply chain management regulations and the procurement policy framework Act,2000 (Act no.5 of 2000) • Knowledge of human settlement policies programmes, and regulations. Added advantage: • Registration with a relevant professional body will an added advantage. • Valid code 08 drivers licence. • Financial and supply chain management competencies, as prescribed in the regulations. Competencies: • The ability to formulate and influence short, medium and long term service delivery plans to deliver on municipal strategies and goals. • The ability to provide supportive leadership to the accounting officer and senior management team. • The ability to develop and maintain strategic alliances with various stakeholders. • The ability to manage the budget preparation and implementation process and provide technical expertise in the regard. • The ability to support and implement good governance in the area of responsibility. • The ability to implement and manage the performance reporting process of the municipality. • The ability to understand risk and guide the management of risk for the municipality within the area of responsibility. • The ability to provide direction and guide project management within the area of responsibility. • The ability to support and contribute to the formulation of policy and By-laws by the Municipal council. • The ability to implement, manage and oversee the implementation of legislation and policy within the area of responsibility. • Within the area of responsibility, the ability to guide, establish and maintain appropriate stakeholder relations. • The ability to support the audit process in order to obtain the optimum level of assurance from the Auditor –General. Key Performance Areas: • Provides strategic leadership within area of responsibility by: • Determining the strategic vision and plan pertaining to the area responsibility. • Provides strategic support to the Accounting officer by providing advice on planning and Human settlement policy objectives. • Guides the management of change within the area of responsibility by analyzing the impact of changes in the external and internal environment that could affect areas of responsibility. • Guides the effective and efficient management of the department budget by leading and managing the budget preparation, adjustment and implementation process.

MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

Huge defeat for Murunwa TVET By Kaizer Nengovhela

they created promising moves from the middle of the park. Defenders then abandoned their positions for a while and packed themselves at the far back and relied on counterattacks. The strategy worked for them as they increased the margin in the 57th minute. The third goal was scored in the final minutes by Mirror Tshidumo.

LTT Murunwa TVET College could not absorb the pressure from the current log leaders of the MMK Administrators league Stream E, Mpheni Home Defenders, and were defeated 0-3 at Muraleni Sunday. Both sides displayed entertaining football from the onset, with the pressure mounting on the defence of Murunwa within the first minutes. Referee Olani Kwinda, reprimanded Chester Muruwanthi of Murunwa with a card in the 12th minute. Murwanthi tackled an opponent from behind. It took Defenders 20 minutes to stamp their authority on the game. They were awarded a free kick just outside the box after Mpho Matuba was brought down by Munei Mafunisai. Ndaedzo Mareda beat the keeper from the set piece with a volley. The goal did not Trust Tshidumo of Defenders and Khakhu Tshilinga run todemoralize Murunwa and wards the ball. • • • • •

Undertake inspection and assist workers regarding new methods. Compile housing and electrical report and advice on appropriate actions. Provide statistical data on housing and electrical issues. Provide general housing administration service to communities. Co-ordination activities associated with the construction and installation of medium / low voltage electrical network in order to ensure safety procedure and guidelines are complied with. • Manage departmental budget according to SDBIP. • Undertake inspection and assist workers regarding new methods. RE-ADVERTISEMENT 2. Department: Planning & Development Position: Senior Manager Remuneration: R835 477 (minimum) or R 965 869(midpoint) or R1,096.262 (maximum) per annum (the offer of remuneration will be determined by competence and current salary earnings read together with the guidelines as set out in notice 380 published in Government Gazette No.40117 dated 1 July 2016). Employment Term: This is a fixed –term employment contract for five (5)years and the incumbent will be expected to sign an employment contract, a performance agreement and complete the disclosure of financial interest form. The incumbent will be stationed at Thulamela Local Municipality. Qualifications, employment background check, security vetting, screening and competency assessment will be carried out for all short-listed candidates. Requirements: • Bachelor of Science Degree in Building Sciences / Architect/ Bachelor degree in Town and Regional Planning or Development studies or equivalent. • Five (5) years experience at middle management level and have proven successful professional development Town and Regional Planning experience. Knowledge: • Good knowledge and understanding of relevant policy and legislation. • Good understanding of institutional governance system and performance management. • Good knowledge of Supply Chain Management regulations and the Preferential Procurement Policy framework Act,2000 (Act No.5 of 2000). • Knowledge of geographical information system. • Knowledge of spatial town and development planning. Added advantage: • Project management certificate or Diploma. • Registration as Professional Planner in accordance with the Planning Professions Act,2002 (Act no.36 of 2002 Competencies: • Strategic leadership and management, co-ordination and project management skills and interpersonal skills, computer literacy, extensive knowledge of Municipal Town Planning, IDP,LED and Tourism. • Ensure effective land use management at the customer care. • Establish operational mechanisms on daily/weekly, monthly basis. • Oversee receipt, evaluation and report writing in connection with land use management management/ town planning applications. • Manage the budget and assets assigned to the planning and development. • Provide inputs to the drafting of policies related to development planning. • Keep records of legislations and policies related to development planning. • Identify and initiate land development opportunities and pursue necessary processes to ensure the fruition thereof. • Ensure that all contravention complaints are dealt with in accordance with relevant legislations and policies. Key Performance Areas: • • Develop co-ordinate and manage the operations of the planning and development department, Integrated Development Planning, Local Economic Development and Tourism sub-sections. • Develop methodologies and approaches to guide specific urban design investigations and research processes. • Manage developmental project management processes associated with scoping, resourcing, implementation, monitoring and communication. • Manage the IDP implementation and review process, advise the Municipal Manager on planning and development matters. • Prepare reports on the activities of the activities of the component, as and when required to do so. • NB. Application must be submitted on the signed Thulamela Local Municipality application form obtainable on the website: www.thulamela.gov.za. accompanied by comprehensive CV and certified copies of certificates to be forwarded to: The Municipal Manager, Thulamela Municipality, P/Bag x5066, Thohoyandou,0950 or may be handed in at Office no.130B during working hours. Administrative enquiries should be directed to the office of the Senior Manager Corporate Services Ms Matshivha M.M Office telephone no.015 962 7593. Closing date : 31 May 2017 Should you not be contacted within 30 days after the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. NB: Thulamela Municipality reserves the right not to fill the advertised post.

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Two pupils of Eltivillas Primary will participate in chess during the provincial Winter Games in Polokwane on 10 June. They were selected after trials held at Eltivillas last Saturday. Photographed are Ms Gladys Maana, Shaikh Mohammedali, Matamela Davahna and Mr Sampson Mphilo.

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THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY VACANT POST

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

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY HEAD OFFICE : THE ECONOMIC HUB OF VHEMBE REGION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER INVITE APPLICATIONS FROM SUITABLE CANDIDATES FOR APPOINTMENT ON THE FOLLOWING VACANT POST. 1. Department: Position: Remuneration:

Office of the Municipal Manager Municipal Manager R1,011.686 (minimum) or R1,176.380 (midpoint) or R1,341.073 (maximum) per annum (the offer of remuneration will be determined by competence and current salary earnings read together with the guidelines as set out in notice no.380 published in Government Gazette No.40117 dated 1 July 2016. Employment Term: This is s fixed term employment contract of five(5) years and the incumbent will be expected to sign an employment contract and annual performance agreement and complete the disclosure of financial interest form. The incumbent will be stationed at Thulamela local municipality. Qualifications, employment background check, security vetting, screening and competency assessment will be carried out for all short-listed candidates.

Requirements: • Bachelor Degree in Public Administration /Political Sciences /Social Sciences/Law or equivalent. • 5 years relevant experience at a senior management level, and have proven successful institutional transformation within public or private sector Knowledge: • • • • • •

Advanced knowledge and understanding of relevant policy and legislation. Advanced understanding of institutional governance systems and performance management. Advanced understanding of council operations and delegation of powers. Good governance. Audit and risk management establishment and functionality. Budget and finance management.

Key Performance Areas: • As head of administration and Accounting officer, the Municipal Manager will be responsible for the following: • Developing and implementing the municipality’s performance management system. • Managing the Municipality and administration in accordance with the constitution of the Republic, Local Government, Municipal Finance Management Act, Municipal System Act, and other relevant legislations applicable to the municipality. • Managing the provision of services to local communities in the affairs of the municipality. • Developing and maintaining systems to access community satisfaction with Municipal services. • Managing, appointing and maintaining staff discipline. • Ensuring effective and efficient utilization of the municipality’s resources. • Promoting sound labour relations and compliance by the municipality with applicable labour legislations. • Advising office-bearers with regard to the legal implications of the council decisions. • Managing communication between office bearers and employees of the municipality. • Administer and oversee the implementation of municipal policies, by-laws and other relevant provincial and national legislations. • Ensuring sound management of all assets, income and expenditure of the municipality. • Discharging liabilities of the municipality in an efficient and effective manner. • Implementing the strategic goals for the Municipality through co-operative and innovative teamwork. • Oversee the management of all equipment’s and capital resources to ensure accountability by all departments. • NB. Application must be submitted on the signed Thulamela Local Municipality application form obtainable on the website:www.thulamela.gov.za. accompanied by comprehensive CV and certified copies of certificates to be forwarded to: The Mayor, Thulamela Municipality, P/Bag x5066,Thohoyandou,0950 or may be handed in at Office no.130B during working hours. Enquiries should be directed to the office of Senior Manager : Corporate Services Ms Matshivha M.M. @ 015 962 7593 Closing date: 31 May 2017 Should you not be contacted within 30 days after the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. NB: Thulamela Municipality reserves the right not to fill the advertised post.

MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

Deadline: Tuesday 12:00 - No handwritten logs will be accepted

CCER LOGS

Makhado Workers Teams Team Played Won Draw Lost Kutama-Sinthumule Corr 10 5 4 1 Makhado LTT Memorial FC 10 5 2 2 Makhado Spar F.C 8 6 0 2 Makhado Municipality 10 4 2 4 Transnet 8 4 1 3 Makhado Correctional Cen 8 2 3 3 Makhado SAPS FC 7 2 0 5 Mount Fuji F.C 5 1 1 2 Shoprite & Checkers FC 8 0 2 6 Makhado SBV 0 0 0 0

For 31 33 23 12 20 16 20 11 14 0

Against Points 22 19 21 18 15 18 13 14 15 13 18 9 21 6 16 4 33 2 0 0

Team Bidvest Wits Mamelodi Sundowns Cape Town City Kaizer Chiefs Supersport United Polokwane City Maritzburg Utd Ajax Cape Town Golden Arrows Orlando Pirates Platinum Stars Bloem Celtic Chippa United Free State Stars Baroka FC Highlands Park

Absa Premiership Played Won Draw Lost 27 17 6 4 27 16 6 5 27 15 7 5 27 12 11 4 27 11 12 4 27 8 13 6 27 9 8 10 27 8 8 11 27 8 8 11 27 6 13 8 27 7 9 11 26 5 11 10 27 5 9 13 27 5 8 14 26 4 11 11 27 4 10 13

For 44 46 42 38 38 31 28 27 27 28 30 15 24 23 21 23

Against Points 18 57 14 54 27 52 25 47 23 45 30 37 32 35 34 32 40 32 38 31 32 30 25 26 31 24 36 23 38 23 42 22

Team Thanda Royal Zulu FC Black Leopards Stellenbosch FC Royal Eagles AmaZulu Witbank Spurs Mbombela United Mthatha Bucks Real Kings FC University of Pretoria Jomo Cosmos Cape Town All Stars FC Cape Town Milano United AFC Magesi FC Santos

National First Division Played Won Draw Lost 28 15 11 2 28 13 8 7 28 13 7 8 28 12 8 8 28 13 5 10 28 12 8 8 28 11 7 10 28 8 13 7 28 9 9 10 28 10 6 12 27 9 8 10 27 7 11 9 28 7 10 11 28 9 2 17 28 7 7 14 28 3 10 15

For 46 43 38 49 47 39 40 35 35 32 28 20 33 33 28 15

Against Points 22 56 34 47 27 46 36 44 34 44 35 44 30 40 36 37 32 36 39 36 28 35 26 32 45 31 55 29 43 28 39 19

Team Makhovha All Stars United Artists Sidou Peace Makers Muziafera Blue Eagles Shigamani FC Dididi Manguvhewa FC Mulenzhe Shooting Star Mathieledzha B Birds Budeli United Tshivhulana Real Aces Matsika Shooting Stars Langutani Blue Birds Matsakali Sky Rangers Royal Arsenal Obet Ministry Fighter DO LIGHT F.C

SAFA/MMK Administrators A Played Won Draw Lost 27 18 6 3 26 16 7 3 26 16 6 4 25 14 6 5 27 13 8 6 27 10 4 13 27 10 4 13 27 8 10 9 27 10 4 13 27 8 6 13 26 6 10 10 27 6 10 11 26 7 5 14 27 7 4 16 27 4 11 12 25 5 7 13

For 71 54 48 44 47 30 31 27 42 55 27 32 31 37 19 31

Against Points 21 60 15 55 17 54 20 48 31 47 37 34 39 34 38 34 67 34 66 30 32 28 40 28 50 26 54 25 45 23 54 22

Team Mashamba Benf Untd Wayeni Sea Robbers Eleven Warriors Muwaweni Lucky Stars Bokies Sxcientist Tshiphuseni All Stars Mashau Tondani FC Kurhuleni Happy Fight Valdevia Depotivo Valdezia United FC Mulima Fc Muila FC Mashamba Soccer Acad Madadzhi Eversmiling Bofulamato United Phadziri FC Sereni Home Boys Mathlari FC

SAFA/MMK Administrators: F Played Won Draw Lost 31 22 7 2 30 20 6 4 27 17 4 6 28 14 4 10 26 13 7 6 31 12 8 11 30 12 7 11 28 10 10 8 28 10 6 12 26 9 9 8 28 9 8 11 30 9 7 14 30 7 12 11 27 9 6 12 29 6 12 11 28 7 5 16 30 4 6 20 29 4 4 21

For 53 56 37 36 36 29 36 40 35 35 35 33 34 32 26 25 22 37

Against Points 21 73 20 66 18 55 25 46 27 46 27 44 30 43 40 40 30 36 31 36 39 35 42 34 39 33 41 33 44 30 42 26 65 18 56 16

SAFA/MMK Administrators: G Team Played Won Draw Lost Mikhado FC 27 22 3 2 Matanda Rockers 28 16 8 4 Tshivhilidulu H Lion 28 15 9 4 Rabali Pull Together 28 14 11 3 Tshituni Hot Spurs 28 13 11 4 Dopeni Mighty Comb 27 12 11 4 Mauluma Black Mamba 26 11 7 8 Seven Untd Brothers 28 11 6 11 Edson Muraida FC 28 11 6 11 Maelula New Mates 27 7 10 10 Nzhelele Y All Nations 27 8 4 15 Sangoma Black Rob 28 7 6 15 Mamvuka Black Stars 28 4 10 14 Nzhelele Home Sweeper 26 4 7 15 Nzhelele United Stars 28 1 12 15 Milaboni Chop T Down 28 0 7 21

For 94 44 39 36 43 46 37 38 34 35 28 26 33 19 13 28

Against Points 18 69 24 56 18 54 19 53 23 50 29 47 34 40 35 39 33 39 36 31 50 28 51 27 54 22 40 19 48 15 81 7

SAFA/MMK Administrators: H Team Played Won Draw Lost Igwe Fc 24 13 7 4 Musina United 24 12 8 4 BEREA F.C 24 14 2 8 ANEL REAL VIKINGS 24 11 9 4 Bale United 24 11 9 4 Folovhodwe Stone Brea 24 6 14 4 Tshiilamusi Super Eagl 24 8 8 8 Muswodi Happy Fight 23 8 6 9 Lwathudwa Black Movers 24 7 5 12 Tshisimani Top Challa 22 6 6 10 Maramanzhi M Sweepers 24 7 3 14 Masisis Youth Stars 23 6 5 12 Tshenzheleni Diitele 23 5 6 12 Matshen Hungry Lions 23 4 6 13

For 48 57 36 37 35 32 36 15 37 19 25 22 14 22

Against Points 30 46 22 44 22 44 22 42 23 42 27 32 35 32 20 30 46 26 31 24 47 24 36 23 30 21 44 18

SAFA/MMK Administrators: I Team Played Won Draw Lost Rambuda Young Fight 31 24 4 3 Makuya Junior Aces 31 21 6 4 Ficus Fc 31 20 7 4 Lukau FC 30 14 10 6 Mulodi Freedom Birds 31 14 9 8 Makuya Try Again 31 13 8 10 Muledzhi Fire Boys 30 13 7 10 Mulodi Young Santos 31 11 9 11 Sambandou Untd Prof 30 10 10 10 Thengwe Flying Peace 31 9 10 12 Phaphama All Stars 30 10 7 13 Madzivhanani P United 30 9 9 12 Mutale Vikings 31 6 14 11 Tshixwadza brazilians 31 8 6 17 Muhuyu Copper Stars 31 7 8 16 Musunda UNTD Brothers 30 7 5 18 Lurangwe The Angels 29 6 7 16 Mabila Home Defenders 31 2 6 23

For 72 58 66 52 51 52 59 44 46 34 49 49 51 39 39 41 36 30

Against Points 30 76 28 69 33 67 34 52 36 51 43 47 40 46 45 42 48 40 37 37 57 37 53 36 64 32 71 30 58 29 66 26 51 25 74 12

Team Makula Young Santos Phandulaluvalo FC Matangari high Aims Tshitasini City Tshidzini H Fighters Tshaulu Power Line Matangari Rising Star Mahagala Young Stars Gaba union Fight Musasendas Big Five Thenzheni Liverpool Tshaulu Ghetto Boys Tshilonwe Y Bombers Tshifudi XI Experience Jeff Cliff FC Makonde FC Shadani Dange Scorpio Khubvi D Dakkies Begwa FC

SAFA/MMK Administratorse: B Played Won Draw Lost 31 23 5 3 30 22 5 3 31 15 10 6 31 16 7 8 28 16 6 6 30 13 11 6 30 12 8 10 30 11 6 13 31 10 7 14 29 9 8 12 30 7 12 11 31 6 14 11 28 10 2 16 28 7 9 12 32 7 9 16 31 5 14 12 30 5 12 13 32 6 9 17 29 5 8 16

For 72 71 55 44 52 58 52 34 48 49 39 36 34 37 37 40 30 36 37

Against Points 25 74 27 71 35 55 37 55 35 54 38 50 40 44 38 39 46 37 51 35 57 33 44 32 54 32 40 30 66 30 56 29 42 27 67 27 62 23

Team Rockers FC Ngwenani Y Chiefs Mbilwi New Generation Shonisani FC Maranzhe H lion Tshambobvu JNR Aces The Dolphins FC Gondeni United Vodwe XI Bullets Themba Sunrise Rid Makhuvha All Stars Marula X1 Tshiawelo Bosveld Mutuwa Brazilians Thembaluvhilo 7 Stars Tshififi FC

SAFA/MMK Administrators: C Played Won Draw Lost 27 22 5 0 27 16 0 11 27 13 9 5 27 13 6 8 27 11 10 6 27 11 8 8 27 11 7 9 27 10 9 8 27 10 7 10 26 8 10 8 26 8 9 9 27 7 8 12 27 7 4 16 27 4 9 14 27 4 7 16 27 5 2 20

For 104 48 28 38 35 51 33 35 36 32 30 33 23 23 29 20

Against Points 31 71 35 48 20 48 40 45 27 43 32 41 28 40 37 39 34 37 29 34 32 33 39 29 51 25 42 21 46 19 75 17

SAFA/MMK Administrators D Team Played Won Draw Lost Tshakhuma RO United 31 20 9 2 Tshivhazwaulu P Makers 31 19 9 3 Gwamasenga Untd Bros 31 19 8 4 Shayandima Disco Five 30 17 9 4 Itsani United 31 11 13 7 Tshakhuma KK Revoltu 31 12 9 10 Univen Fc 29 13 4 12 Mutandani Pull Tog 31 12 6 13 Voweto Maximun Force 31 9 13 9 Beuster Mighty Chiefs 30 11 6 13 Shayandima FC Dynamos 30 11 5 14 Tshakhuma Na Ndilani 30 10 5 15 Duthuni Happy Boys 31 8 10 13 Kalabari FC 31 8 10 13 Ramukhuba Y Brothers 31 7 10 14 Cobra Stars FC 31 6 10 15 Phungo All Stars 30 6 7 17 Bembani FC 28 2 3 23

For 46 52 56 75 34 49 73 40 32 30 40 27 30 24 26 32 18 15

Against Points 16 69 27 66 22 65 40 60 25 46 41 45 42 43 48 42 31 40 33 39 42 38 43 35 40 34 34 34 44 31 50 28 42 25 79 9

SAFA/MMK Administrators: E Team Played Won Drawn Lost Mpheni Home Def 28 20 6 2 Makhitha Oscar Stars 28 19 7 2 Maebane Y Eagles 28 13 8 7 Zamenkoste FC 28 14 4 10 Western Stars 27 13 6 8 LTT Murunwa TVET 27 12 7 8 Makhitha Iya Runga 27 12 6 9 Muraleni Unt Brothers 28 11 9 8 Madombidzha Arsenal 27 10 4 13 Makhitha Up The Brooms 28 7 11 10 Manavhela Black Aces 28 8 7 13 Magau United 27 7 10 10 Zoutpansberg Powerline 28 8 6 14 Tshiozwi Dynamos 28 5 5 18 Gogobole Bucs 28 4 7 17 Rainbow All S Academy 27 5 3 19

For 66 70 40 46 34 43 45 46 45 33 40 29 40 27 22 27

Against Points 18 66 21 64 34 47 40 46 29 45 38 43 39 42 42 42 37 34 51 32 34 31 38 31 48 30 64 20 56 19 64 18

Hlapa League Log (Latest Played Won Draw Lost 11 8 1 2 11 8 0 3 11 7 1 3 11 7 0 4 11 6 2 3 11 6 1 4 10 5 2 3 10 4 5 1 10 5 1 4 9 5 0 4 11 4 2 5 11 4 1 5 11 4 0 7 11 3 1 7 10 3 1 6 11 3 0 8 11 2 2 7 10 1 0 9

For 121 128 129 139 120 111 102 126 99 85 103 103 78 107 82 100 110 80

Against Points 99 25 92 24 91 22 101 21 100 20 109 19 98 17 94 17 101 16 47 15 97 14 97 13 122 12 93 10 118 10 109 9 110 8 120 3

SAFA Vhembe: Masters League Team Played Won Draw Lost Mulenzhe Masters 36 27 4 5 Stamina Free Masters 36 27 4 5 Saselemani Masters 38 26 3 9 Goodville Masters 35 23 6 6 Madzahisi Masters 36 23 3 10 Mathule Masters 37 21 8 8 Itsani Masters 34 21 3 10 Jerome Masters 34 19 5 10 Table Newcomers Masters 36 18 8 10 Duthuni Masters 35 18 4 13 Dzwerani Masters 36 17 4 15 Havhavha Masters 36 15 6 15 Shayandima Masters 31 17 0 14 Tshivhungululu Masters 36 15 6 15 Mount Riders Masters 36 13 1 22 Tshipako Masters 34 10 5 19 Tsia Mutsha Masters 36 10 3 23 Lwamondo Utd Masters 37 8 2 27 Vuwani Masters 33 5 2 26 Makhuvha Masters 33 5 2 26 G.Eleven Masters 31 3 2 26 Nesengani Masters 34 3 1 30

For 208 142 149 126 174 144 110 127 103 130 88 122 118 96 118 93 91 80 63 42 26 62

Against Points 74 85 41 85 61 81 56 75 92 72 97 71 71 66 57 62 68 62 113 58 90 55 101 51 102 51 99 51 134 40 160 35 135 33 161 26 127 17 218 17 140 11 215 10

Team Diza Dazzlers Pool Club Iketleng Pool Club Thabelo Pool Club Mamba Pool Club Oom Pieter Pool Club Toy Pool Club Bambika Pool Club Modjadji Pool Club Hlayiseka Pool Club Bombo Pool Club Diza Pool Club Petermzala Pool Club Loss Matheka Pool Club Wata Pool Club Goloza Pool Club Gilson Pool Club Hillside Pool Club Cocks Pool Club

Makhado Correctional Centre Inmates Soccer League Log 2016/2017 Team Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points Celtic FC 13 9 3 1 48 16 30 Leopard Fc 12 7 4 1 31 17 25 Black Pool FC 13 6 3 4 18 17 21 Chiefs FC 13 5 2 6 22 14 17 Sundowns Fc 13 4 5 4 13 17 17 Pirates FC 12 3 5 4 23 16 14 AJAX FC 12 4 0 8 15 24 12 Copper Port FC 12 1 0 11 11 61 3 Vhembe U/14 Community Soccer League Team Played Won Draw Lost For Duthuni Happy Boys 8 8 0 0 7 Shayandima H Boys 9 5 2 1 8 Shayandima Silver Stars 9 5 1 3 14 Itsani United FC 10 5 0 5 21 Itsani 1 Step FC 5 4 1 0 5 Nwali FC 9 2 2 6 18 Tshifulanani Crystal palace 8 2 2 4 7 Lwamondo Y Stars 8 2 2 3 13 Zwavhavhili Y Boys 8 2 2 4 21 Tshivhuyuni Disco Stars 7 2 0 3 16 Lwamondo Black Eagle 8 1 2 5 16 Itsani Y Fighters 5 1 1 3 7

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Against Points 20 24 13 17 19 16 14 15 16 13 12 9 7 8 8 8 9 8 4 6 6 5 6 4


LIMPOPO MIRROR

22 12 MAY 2017

Leopards destroy Magezi FC 4-1 By Frank Mavhungu

Mwape Musonda completed his hat trick when he blasted in a rocket after a scramble within the box. The home side replaced Mwape Musonda, Phathutshedzo Nange and Khayelihle Shozi with Mziwokuthula Zimu, Morgan Shivambu and Andiswa Ndawonde respectively. Marks Munyai scored the fourth late in the game.

Phathutshedzo Nange of Leopards (left) and Dithloriso Mpyane of Magezi wrestle to win the ball.

Black Leopards enhanced their promotional play-off chances by beating Magezi FC 4-1 in their National First Division League match at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Saturday. Leopards’ fast forward, Mwape Musonda, was a marvel to watch and scored a hat-trick. The game was characterized by dangerous tackles, but the Giyani-based referee, Mr Victor Hlungwani, did not allow any of the culprits to go unpunished. Hlungwani flashed the first yellow card in the ninth minute. This after Oupa Seete of Magezi tackled Phathutshedzo Nange illegally. Realizing that Seete was at risk of seeing red, the team’s head coach, Mr Shepherd Murape, replaced him with Silas Maziya in the 17th minute. It took Leopards 30 minutes to open their account. Mwape Musonda beat the keeper with a half volley, following a neat pass from Jean Munganga. Khuliso Mudau of Magezi was also warned with a card for a rough tackle on Leonard Ntshangase. Musonda was on target again in the 38th minute. He capitalized on Elias Nwepe’s clearing error and blasted in a rocket from the edge of the box. Magezi were forced to replace their injured keeper, Rendani Maduwa, with Katlego Maja early in the last half. Another player of Magezi, Kgomoto Masia, was also reprimanded with a card, following a late tackle on Phathutshedzo Nange. Magezi’s solitary goal came via Maphusha Mapoulo in the 58th minute. Lidoda Leopards’ coach, Mr Jeff Loscuito, is flanked by the goal scorers, Duvha increased the margin seven minutes later. Mwape Musonda (hat trick) and Marks Munyai.

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Khayelihle Shozi of Leopards (front) and Mpho Morakaladi of Magezi chase the ball.

12 Mei 2017 Limpopo Mirror  

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