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Who killed my daughter? By Elmon Tshikhudo The distraught mother of the woman who was killed in a most brutal way, has made an impassioned plea to the community outside to help arrest the killers. Ms Joyce Mudau (59) of Tshitereke outside Thohoyandou, whose daughter Aifheli Mudau and her boyfriend, Mr Elekanyani Mahwasane, were kidnapped and killed last month, said that she has accepted the fact that they will not come back. She has, however, many unanswered questions relating to their deaths. Ms Aifheli Mudau (30) better known as Dakalo, of Tshitereke

The distraught mother, Ms Joyce Mudau, who still needs answers.

Dzungani and Mahwasane (30) of Khubvi were allegedly hijacked at Makonde last month and their charred remains were found in their burnt car the following morning. Another body, believed to be that of one of the robbers, was found some metres from the burnt car. It is suspected that he sustained injuries when the car capsized and he could not run away from the scene. Speaking for the first time after the incident, Mudau told Limpopo Mirror that the death of her daughter has traumatized the whole family. She said when she heard about the incident she rushed to the scene. When she arrived at the scene where her daughter was murdered, she could not believe what she saw, as there was nothing left of her beloved daughter. “She was burnt beyond recognition and the sight had given me sleepless nights and nightmares. Police took what was left for forensic tests and I am relieved that they promised to do what they could to speed up the tests for our sake. We are finally going to bury her, but we still have many questions around the whole incident. We would like to know the identity of the killer or killers and why they did it,” she said. “I believe that the suspects are known by residents and I am appealing to those with information to come forward and share it with police so that they could be arrested before they commit more crimes,” she said. She added that, so far, they are happy with the way the police are handling the case and are extremely thankful that the DNA testing did not take time. “We are in constant interaction with the investigating officer, and we are appealing to them to speed up the investigations. We need closure in this matter and the burial was part of that process, but we have to get answers as to why and who did it,” said Mudau. She described Dakalo as a good girl who never gave her problems

and wondered why someone would have killed her in the manner it had happened. “I know that everyone of us will one day pass on, but I never thought my daughter would die in such a brutal way,” she added. Limpopo police spokesperson Lt-Col Moatshe Ngoepe said a provincial joint task team are still investigating the issue and are at present on a huge manhunt for the suspects involved in this brutal murder. “Police investigations are still continuing and anyone with information which can lead to the arrest of the suspects are asked to phone D/W/O George Mutavhatsindi at 082 702 9890 or 082 469 2650 or Capt Richard Boshomane on 079 894 5501 or the crime stop number 0860 010 111 or Crime line SMS 32211 or the nearest police station,” said Ngoepe.

More mob killings reported as Ndivhuwo Sotshayo (30) of Maniini. He was accused Mob justice is fast becoming of stealing from a local spaza a way of life for residents of shop. Limpopo who say they are His alleged accomplice was tired of crime being commit- lucky to escape with his life. ted in their area. Residents The two were part of a group in these areas, who have had accused of terrorising the enough of crime, have vowed community in the area. to do it in their own style and A few weeks ago another take the law into their own alleged criminal was killed at hands, instead of reporting Mpheni in the Elim area after crimes to police. being accused by the commuIn another such incident nity of being behind a spate of which occurred last Wednescrimes in Mbhokota and surday morning at Njakanjaka, rounding areas. These are but a suspect was beaten to death a few examples of the ongoing by community members. The onslaught against alleged deceased was later identified criminals by the communities. By Kaizer Nengovhela

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The past weekend, while a seminar about mob justice was taking place at Tshino in Vuwani area, two men were attacked by an angry mob. The men, who were accused of a spate of robberies, theft, attacks on residents and other crimes, were given a taste of their own medicine when angry community members beat up and killed one. The second man managed to survive the vicious attack. A community member who preferred to remain anonymous said it was good that the two were beaten. - Continues on page 2

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Body of man found in pool of blood

New Chief for Tshidimbini By Silas Nduvheni Fighting crime, promoting development and education issues are among the matters the newly installed Chief Erick Mukhesi Tshivhase of Tshidimbini village wants to start addressing at the start on his tenure. He was installed during an event at the chief ’s kraal a fortnight ago. He succeeds his late father, Chief Tomboni Tshivhase, who passed away in 2014. During the event, Avhatendi Tshivhase was announced as khadzi, while Galanganzhele

Tshivhase is the ndumi. “We find that crime is reportedly high in this village, because there was no legitimate leader after the death of my father. We want to change life for the better for the villagers around. We are ready to bring about development in the village, such as gravelling of the streets and addressing the issues of shortages of water, which are negatively affecting our communities,” said Tshivhase. He added that he did not want to see any children lingering around without going to school, as he regarded edu-

was found is not far from a hardware store, which was The gruesome discovery of robbed by criminals the previa bloodied body with stab ous day. It leads the commuwounds at a gate at Ha-Mutnity to believe that there are sha outside Thohoyandou has ruthless criminals roaming left the community in shock. the streets of the village. News The body of Mr Dakalo of the body at the gate spread Murabi (28) was found at like wildfire and within a short a relative’s gate in a pool of space of time the place was blood. The body was discovered swarming with curious onlookat around 06:30 on Friday ers from all over the village and morning and has left the comneighbouring villages. munity with many unanswered Among those who arrived questions. was local Makhado ward counIt is alleged that the man cillor Saddam Jeffrey Masutha worked at the nearby farms and who sounded very concerned could have been on his way to about crime in his ward. “Just work when he decided to pass a fortnight ago a body of a man by a relative's home, where he was found in a house and we met his fate. have strong suspicions that he The place where the body was attacked and killed. Yester-

day a robbery took place nearby and today this body is here. We have a problem here in this area and this will need all of us to stand up and say enough is enough.” Limpopo police spokesperson Lt-Col Moatshe Ngoepe confirmed the murder, saying the victim was murdered shortly before his body was found. “Mr Murabi was a resident of Mutsha village and he was found lying dead next to the gate of his uncle’s house with multiple serious wounds on his head. It looks like several objects, blunt and sharp were used in the commission of this murder. The suspects are at this stage still unknown and at large,” said Ngoepe.

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cation as the key to unlocking all doors. Thovhele Mailasungwa Tshivhase, who conducted the installation, told the new chief to treat his subjects with respect as the chief is the ruler because of the people under him. “We want the new chief to work well with communities and all structures, such as civic organizations and community policing forums, for development in the villages. We want our rural communities to get jobs and young people to take education seriously,” Thovhele Tshivhase said.

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hands because they felt the police were not doing their job. “Our community is sick and tired of the police arresting criminals and then, within weeks, they are released.'” Police spokesperson Lt-Col Ngoatshe Ngoepe said that the deceased had been beaten with different objects and had died at the scene. Ngoepe was very critical of the action taken by the livid residents who had participated in the mob justice incident. “We are always discouraging the community from taking the law into their own hands. If a crime is committed, the community should call the police and let the officers do their jobs. People should take into consideration that taking the law into their own hands is a downright criminal offence,” he said.

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Thugs abduct and wound local traffic cop two gunshot wounds, a spokesperof the community, they will nail Makonde and Khubvi in order to son for the police, Lt-Col Moatshe these suspects,” he said. address the issue. The South African National Ngoepe, said. His sentiments were also echoed Meanwhile, Sikhanukha said Civic Organization (Sanco), at He added that police managed to by MEC Makhurupetje who assured that liquor holes in the area should Makonde village is calling for a recover the getaway car, abandoned the family that police will not rest be regulated so that they cannot satellite police station to be erect- with an idling engine in the Thathe until the suspects are arrested. operate 24 hours. “We also believe ed in their area to help curb the Vondo plantation near Phiphidi Thovhele Kennedy Midiyavhathu that the selling of liquor is also concrime rate. village. Tshivhase, the senior traditional tributing to these crimes. Selling The secretary of Sanco in the A firearm, cell phones, official leader of Makonde, added his of dagga behind Makonde Stadium area, Mr Humbulani Sikhanukha, Limpopo traffic uniform and other concern about incidents of crime at might also be contributing to these said that they believe the solution to items were found at the scene, Makonde, Khubvi and other areas crimes,” says Sikhanukha. combatting high incidents of crim- excluding the traffic officer’s firearm under his jurisdiction. Makonde has been in the inal activities at Makonde and the which was still missing at the time “We strongly believe that spotlight following several crime neighbouring village of Khubvi, is of going press. residents of Makonde and Khuincidents that happened in the area. the establishment of a satellite poShirindi was airlifted from the bvi know something about these During the past year, a taxi driver lice station “which must be followed scene and is at present in a stable crimes. was shot and killed at Shadani. A by a fully-fledged station later.” condition in a private hospital. His “The Tshivhase Royal family is man was also killed while he was Sikhanukha said this following elder brother, Rhulani, said the urging the community to work with with a female friend at Mutale the latest incident of the abduction family members are still recovering the police to make sure that these River, near Makonde. and wounding of a traffic officer, Mr from shock following the incident. perpetrators are arrested,” says Two people were also kidnapped Langutani Shirindi. He added that the family members Tshivhase. He added that his family at Makonde and later found burnt The provincial police have are delighted that their brother will arrange a meeting between near Saselemane, outside Malamconfirmed that Shirindi (35) was “is recovering well following this his council and the local council at ulele. abducted on the road between gruesome Makonde and Ha-Luvhimbi last incident.” Sunday morning at around 08:00. He He was later found at Phiphidi with appealed two gun-shot wounds. to people According to police, Shirindi was with inmanning the traffic flow along the formation main road of Makonde when he regarding spotted a silver Toyota Corolla that the incifailed to stop at the intersection dent to while driving very fast. Shirindi, assist the who was driving an official Toyota police in bakkie, then followed the offenders locating and managed to stop them on the the culroad to Ha-Luvhimbi. prits. “We Police say three suspects who strongly were in the stolen car, hijacked the believe in officer at gunpoint and shoved him the serin the boot and drove around with vice of the him. The suspects then dumped police and the patrol vehicle at Ha-Luvhimbi we are and took the official with them. A confident search then took place, and Shirindi that with was later found at Phiphidi with the help This is where the official car of the traffic officer was abandoned at Ha-Luvhimbi. By Ndivhuwo Musetha

The family of Vho Munyadziwa Julia Mashau (pictured) celebrated her 90th birthday in style at Madombidzha on two weeks ago. Different speakers wished her many more years filled with health, as the young generation continue to find wisdom and knowledge of life from her. Picture supplied.


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New partnership gives rural villages in Limpopo access to basic services Infrastructure

Ignite Talent Forum (ITF) hosted its first talent show at the Tshikota community hall last Saturday. More than 40 young people from various villages participated in the event. In the photo the winners of the poetry competition pose for a photo.

Valuation roll available for inspection during weekends Makhado Municipality With the period for public inspection of the new 2018 to 2023 valuation roll for the Makhado Municipality drawing to a close, the municipality on Tuesday announced that they will extend their office hours to weekends to allow the public extra time to inspect the roll. According to municipal spokesperson Mr Louis Bobodi, members of the public can now also inspect to roll over weekends. This can be done on Saturday, 14 April, and Sunday, 15 April, as well as Saturday, 21 April, and Sunday, 22 April, from 08:00 until 14:00. “Mem-

bers of the public can inspect the valuation roll at office C027 and at all our regional offices. Objection forms should be returned at the municipality offices on or before 4 May 2018,” said Bobodi. Residents also have the option of inspecting the roll online at the municipality’s website, www.makhado.gov. za. Some users were, however, left frustrated earlier when being met with a “site is under construction” message. The newspaper received numerous complaints regarding this on Monday. By Tuesday morning, the site was still offline. In response to a media enquiry, Bobodi indicated that they

were experiencing technical problems with the site, but are working towards a solution. By Tuesday afternoon, the site was up and running again. The Limpopo Mirror also collected the data from the valuation roll and combined this in a searchable database. Follow this link to search for a property: http://beta.zoutnet.co.za/ valuation.php Bobodi invited the public to contact the municipality with any enquiries about the new valuation roll. For more information, contact Mr Ndivhuwo Thanyani or Mr Alfred Nekhavhambe on 015 519 3283 or 015 519 3296.

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Parents and Guardians The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Lourens van Staden, cordially invites all parents and guardians of registered students from the Polokwane Campus to a Parents Meeting. Members of management will discuss matters related to this campus and give parents/guardians the opportunity to provide inputs.

For a community in deep rural Limpopo, a successful and on-going partnership between the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Science (Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment) of the University of Johannesburg (UJ) and Schneider Electric South Africa has ensured that the Gwakwani Village has had access to basic services through sustainable interventions. Gwakwani is a small rural village, about halfway between Tshipise and Makuya Park on the bank of the Mutale River, with about 70 to 100 villagers. Over the past three years, this partnership has empowered the community through its eco-friendly, sustainable contributions to an area that is devoid of basic services or roads. Schneider Electric’s collaboration with UJ on the access-to-energy project started with the installation of solar lighting solutions to the homes and a solar streetlight followed soon thereafter. This collaboration between private industry, academia and the community, has created a legacy for many years to come, a legacy that has the advantage of Schneider Electric’s global commitment to sustainable solutions and the collective academic knowledge and skill sets of the UJ School for Electrical Engineering. “The success of community-outreach projects not only depends on the technical solution provided but also on the social and cultural acceptability of the solution and of the solution provider,” said Professor Johan Meyer, head of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at UJ, in a press release. “Initially, we trained entrepreneurs from the village to sell and maintain our solar-powered portable LED lamps, with their mobile phone chargers, the Mobiya TS 120S,” added Zanelle Dalglish, head of sustainable development for Schneider Electric Anglophone Africa. “The unit is especially suited for the demanding rural environment of Gwakwani, as it is an energy-efficient, eco-friendly and robust portable lamp producing 120-lumen light output.” Working in collaboration with UJ is in line with Schneider Electric’s sustainable-development strategy, which focuses on partnering with academic institutions, NGOs, NPOs and funders to establish an electrification model for off-grid communities. Equally passionate about creating sustainable, long-term solutions, UJ engineering students were provided with an opportunity for community engagement and on-the-job experience, ensuring they learn practically and not just academically. Community members had to travel some distance to fetch water from the river each day, where there was also significant malaria risk. UJ students identified that a high-quality water system was a core need for the village, as water supplied from a diesel-powered borehole was insufficient for daily use. “Schneider Electric South Africa assisted with the installation of a second borehole pump, donating its ‘Water of the Sun’ solution, which consists of variable speed drives to power the water pump, and a 4Kw solar panel solution, provided by UJ. Now, the community has access to a reliable water supply for everyday use and a newly installed drip-irrigation system, which allows them to plant and grow vegetables

to support themselves and sell their produce to surrounding villages,” said Dalglish. UJ suggested containerised solutions were needed for a solar-powered bakery and the village’s first crèche. Schneider Electric supported the set-up of the solar-powered containers, ensuring community members’ access to education for their children and economic opportunities for many years to come. The bakery, which had to be designed and installed in a very remote location, is now fully operational and delivers between 120 and 140 loaves of bread per day, which generates income for the community. The UJ Electrical Engineering Department, with the support of Schneider Electric, continues to monitor the performance and optimisation of the solar system. “Project Connect at Gwakwani Village has provided students with an opportunity, not only to learn, but to give back to the community. Here we have seen private business working together with engineers, students and academics in an effort to connect people to their surroundings, to the economy and, just as importantly, to the outside world. The importance of this project cannot be measured, both as a learning tool and a means to make meaningful social change in this country,” said Meyer. Through the initiative, 35 households were supplied with lights, enabling the children of the village, who walk six kilometres to the nearest primary school and 18km to the nearest high school, to complete their homework at night. In a containerised crèche, with the first television set in the history of the village, the youngest in the community are exposed to educational channels on television and the wider world has now been brought to Gwakwani. The bakery also employs nine people, villagers have been upskilled, and their income is supplemented. The people of Gwakwani have expressed their heartfelt gratitude for access to running water, electricity, education and skills transfers. Through the intervention of a successful collaboration between industry and academia, they continue to benefit from access to sustainable energy and education.

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Mkhize and King Toni discuss Mini library for the blind established in Thohoyandou Vuwani demarcation issue By Kaizer Nengovhela

with these issues,” said Mkhize. He said that he will also visit other traditional leaders across the country. Khosikhulu Toni Mphephu-Ramabulana said that he agreed with the Minister on several issues. “We are still going to have a formal meeting with his department, where different stakeholders will be invited to put matters to bed,” said Mphephu-Ramabulana.

The demarcation issue in Vuwani was again discussed when the Venda king, Khosikhulu Toni Mphephu-Ramabulana met with the new minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Zweli Mkhize on Sunday at the Mphephu Royal Kraal. Some of the dignitaries who attended the meeting include Venda senior traditional leaders, the MEC of Coghsta Jerry Ndou, Vhembe Executive Mayor Cllr Florence Radzilani, Makhado Mayor Cllr Shonisani Sinyosi, Musina Mayor Cllr Mihloti Muhlophe and Thulamela Municipality Mayor Cllr Mushoni Tshifhango. During his visit, Mkhize promised that the government will resolve the outstanding Vuwani demarcation From left are Vhembe Executive Mayor Cllr Florence Radzilani, issues. The area Minister Zweli Mkhize, Thulamela Mayor Cllr Mushoni Tshifhango, was characterised Makhado Mayor Cllr Shonisani Sinyosi, MEC of Coghsta Jerrey by violent protests Ndou and Musina Mayor Cllr Mihloti Muhlophe. that left more than 30 schools, government properties and private properties burnt since 2016 when residents protested against their inclusion into the new Collins Chabani Municipality. Mkhize said that the Vuwani area remains one of his department’s top priorities. “It was appropriate of us to pay the visit to the King, basically to announce ourselves as new Minister but also to seek support on issues around this area. It was a King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana (left) listens to Minister Zweli discussion to work Mkhize while he addresses the guests. on a process to deal

By Elmon Tshikhudo The blind and visually impaired in Thulamela, who for years could not access information due to the lack of resources, were on Friday on cloud nine as a new mini library, specifically designed for them, was launched. The facility is part of the 28 new mini libraries for the blind launched countrywide. The launch is an initiative of National Libraries South Africa (NLSA) and the South African Library for the Blind (SALB) who together formed the Mzansi Mini-Library Project, to ensure all blind and visually impaired people across SA have access to their reading material free of charge. The launch was officiated by Mr Collins Thovhakale, director of library services in Limpopo, Francois Hendrikz, CEO of the South African Library

for the Blind and Dr Maisela Maepa, executive director, core programmes of the National Library of Africa. It was attended by many blind people and other stakeholders. Ms Bele Netshiheni (50) of Thohoyandou, who became blind in 2012, expressed her appreciation towards the library and encouraged those in attendance not to give up on life because of their disability. She said she has been an educator for 23 years until her world fell apart in 2012. “I lost my eye-sight, my marriage also broke up and I spent a lot of time in isolation lamenting about my life. It took courage to accept my situation and I told myself I should not just sit down as God had a purpose with my life and my condition,” she said. She added that the new section of the library has helped her a lot.

“My research proposal for a master’s degree has been approved by the Senate of the University of Venda, thanks to those involved in seeing to it that we have a facility of this nature. We feel accommodated and would urge others to make use of these resources made available specially for us,” she said. Dr Maisela Maepa said that they still have a long way to go but are happy that they have started. He said he was also excited because of the positive feedback they were getting from the users of the mini libraries. “We are now urging you to spread the good news about the new services and resources at this library. Guard jealously against the vandalization of these resources. When you are angry for services, please be rational and manage your anger and do not destroy these scarce and valuable resources,” said Maepa.

Dr Maisela Maepa (left) and Mr Francois Hendrickz look on as Ms Bele Netshiheni demonstrates how a talking computer works, during the launch of the new library.

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Bishop Rashaka (66) laid to rest By Silas Nduvheni The founder-bishop of the Christ for all Nations Cathedral at Phiphidi-Ndondola and owner of Hollywood Motors and Filling Station, Bishop Mafhungo Silas Rashaka of Thohoyandou Unit D, was hailed as a man who gave what he had to the needy and someone who encouraged education. During his funeral last Saturday, Vhamusanda Vho-Dzivhuluwani Tshivhase of Phiphidi-Ndondola said Bishop Rashaka had done many things for his community. During his lifetime he built the new church, he helped the poor people and he paid tuition fees to learners at tertiary level. “We want the children of Rashaka and pastors who

served under him to continue helping the church to grow, as we don’t want the church to cease to operate because the founder is no more. He left us while we were still expecting many more things from him, as he was devoted to give,” said Tshivhase. Reading the obituary, Vhamusanda Vho-Alunangwi Tshivhase said the late Rashaka entered the business world in 1985. He was one of the youngest businessman in the area. “On his way he started to love God dearly and followed his ways. He was the founder of Christ for All Nations Cathedral and became the bishop of the church until his last day on the earth,” said Tshivhase. Rashaka (66) passed away two weeks ago, after being admitted to the Mediclinic in

Polokwane. His admission to the clinic followed an attack by robbers in which he was seriously injured. He was laid to rest during an emotional funeral held at Mbaleni cemetery on Saturday. The function formally started at his church in Phiphidi-Ndondola. The late bishop is survived by his wife, Tshilidzi, and children, Khathu, Elelwani, Rabelani, Mulanga and Zwivhuya. Meanwhile, the Limpopo police is appealing to the community at large to help them with information that can lead to the arrest of the people who attacked the late bishop. People with information can phone D/W/O George Mutavhatsindi at 082 702 9890 or 082 4692 650.

Some of the family members of the late Bishop Rashaka carry the coffin, while petrol attendants from Hollywood Motors and Filling Station are looking on.

ANCWL pays tribute to Winnie By Silas Nduvheni Like other people country-wide who paid tribute to the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the ANC Women’s League in the Vhembe region, also did the same. Hundreds of women from all corners of the Vhembe region, led by the executive mayor, Cllr Florence Radzilani, who is also the Chairperson of ANC Women’s League, gathered at the district council chamber in Thohoyandou in honour of Madikizela-Mandela. It was an all-day session of

prayer, lightning of candles and listening to the Word of God. Radzilani described Madikizela-Mandela as a fearless woman who was not afraid to be confronted and intimidated by white policemen and women during the apartheid area. “As women in the Vhembe region, when we mourn the death of Mama Mandela, we must also think of bringing unity in the African National Congress (ANC). We cannot build our ANC if we are divided, and I urge you all to work in one voice,” said Radzilani. During the event, Cllr Kutala

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Uncle Sam retires after 41 years Public Service The acting District Manager Operations of the Department of Home Affairs in Thohoyandou, Mrs Takalani Ndadza, compared Mr Ndivhudzannyi Samson Negoma (65) to a walking encyclopaedia and a pioneer of history, who built an everlasting knowledge monument throughout his 41 years of unbroken public service. Ndadza was addressing staff and guests who attended Negoma’s retirement farewell event held at the Makwarela government offices last week. During the time of his retirement, Negoma held the position of Manager Support Services heading Human Resources, Finance, Revenue, Registry, Assets and Procurement at the Department of Home Affairs. “Mr Negoma can be described as a good shepherd and loyalist who always made sure that he protects the image of government and puts a smile to the public he serves. He can easily be compared to a soccer player who performed well in every position in which he is fielded. We wish we could harvest his knowledge, because he was the master of every aspect here at the Home Affairs offices. Through his dedication, he inspired us to work hard and this office is among the best in the country, because of people like him,” said Ndadza. In response, Negoma thanked the authorities for giving him the opportunity to realize his potential. Guests laughed when he told them that he earned R72 a month when he started working in 1977. “Work is not about money, it is about putting a smile on the person you are assisting. I’m happy that I am going home with clean hands. Throughout my 41 years’ service, I have never been warned, charged or brought

before a disciplinary committee. If you want to enjoy your work, love what you do and do everything on time. Although I am going to rest, I will always be available for advice whenever I’m needed.” Commonly known as Uncle Sam at work, Nogoma started his public service work in 1977 as a clerk for the Department of Justice. In 1979 he became the paymaster at

Mutale where he was responsible for salaries of casual labourers in all departments and old age social grants. In 1981 he was transferred to Vuwani where he worked as a clerk of the court and interpreter. Through hard work and dedication, he occupied various management positions in government departments until he retired last week.

Mr Ndivhudzannyi Samson Negoma (65) receives a token of appreciation from the acting District Manager Operations of the Department of Home Affairs in Thohoyandou, Mrs Takalani Ndadza. Negoma prides himself with 41 years unbroken service in government.

Awards for disabled students By Tracy Ngobeni The Collins Chabani Municipality, in partnership with the Tshirologo Disability Training Group, recently hosted an awards ceremony for students with disabilities at the Malamulele club house. Some of the students with disabilities who attended the Tshirologo Disability Centre, received laptops donated by the municipality. Mr Raymond Hlungwani, the chief communications officer at the municipality, said the aim of the awards programme is to empower and educate people living with visual and hearing disabilities. The senior information technology facilitator, Mr Tshepo Manaiwa, said that the programme plays a big role in equipping people with skills and training. “The programme is an essential accessibility programme for disabled persons with communi-

cation impairments. It essentially transforms their experience from that of exclusion and isolation to one of integration.” Manaiwa concluded that their partnership with the Energy and Water Sector Education and Training Authority (EWSETA) enables them to deliver service to people. “Our partnership with Disabled South-Africa and EWSETA has allowed us to deliver world class devices and software training for the benefit of the disabled community in Malamulele,” said Manaiwa. Cllr Mabuyisa Fungheni urged Tshirologo and Disability South Africa to work together in improving the lives of the people in the area. “I would like to thank the organisations for providing services to the disable people in the municipal area and I want you to work together in establishing self-help groups in the area and learn to be independent,” stated Mabuyisa.

Two local ladies made it to the Mrs South Africa Top 100 semifinals for 2018. Lutendo Precious Ratselane and Ndihone Nevhutalu Ndzinisa (photo) are through to the next round and members of the public can now support them by voting for them. To vote for Ndihone, SMS ‘NDIHONE NDZINISA’ to 35959.

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Wheelchair for struggling gogo After night attack family still afraid to return to their home By Tracy Ngobeni

leave her alone in the house in her condition. I pray for this angel sent by God to continue doing good to other people and not only my grandmother. May God bless him and his

work,” said Phophi. Gogo Masutha said that she is honoured to have been released from pain and sorrow. “I thank this man for what he has done for me,” she said.

It was a cheerful moment when an 88-year-old gogo received a wheelchair from a local community builder at Louis Trichardt last Thursday. Mrs Makatu Masutha of Mabarimisa in Tshituni area received the wheelchair from Mr Daniel Lavhelani. For the past 25 years gogo Masutha used to hold a bucket to aid her whenever she wanted to move around. Masutha lives with her unemployed daughter, Annah Mabirimisa and her grandchildren, who are still at school. Lavhelani (74) said that helping his community and bringing joy to the helpless, is what keeps him going. “I was told about the old lady by her elder sister to whom I donated a wheelchair before. I have retired from work, but when a situation requires me to be involved I help. It pains me to see an older person suffering when we young people can help,” said Lavhelani. Mr Eric Phophi (45), a grandson, said he is grateful for what the Photographed during the handing over of the wheelchair are from left man has done for his to right: Mr Daniel Lavhelani, Mr Eric Phophi, Gogo Makatu Masutha family. “It was hard to (in the wheelchair) and Ms Annah Mabirimisa.

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smashed windows and entered the Makumbani familie’s house in the middle of the night. According to the victims, the intruders were not targeting any movable items or monies. After fending off the attackers, the family manage to run away to safety. At some stage last year, the provincial police intervened and gave directives to senior police officials to oversee the matter and ensure that the case was properly investigated. However, almost a year later, the case was closed and the affected victims continued to live at a place of safety. When contacted for comment, the provincial police’s spokesperson Lt-Col Moatshe Ngoepe said that the victim should compile a written complaint and submit it to the office of the provincial police’s complaints coordinators. Makumbani said she cannot compile a written complaint and she can also not afford to travel to the complaints coordinators’ offices in Polokwane. An official from the complaints coordinators contacted her and promised that the case would be further investigated.

A victim of a night attack more than a year ago is still waiting for the slow wheels of justice to start moving. Ms Musandiwa Makumbani told Limpopo Mirror that the police officer who was investigating her case had since closed the case without even consulting with her. “I got the shock of my life when I called him inquiring whether the police had made any arrests, since I supplied them with the names of suspects,” she said. “That was early in January this year, and he told me that he had closed the case upon my instruction,” she said, but emphasized that she never gave any such instruction. The Makumbani family, who were attacked by “well-known men” on the night of 1 March last year at Makumeke village near Nandoni Dam, had not returned to their big house worth over a million of rands in the village they so loved. They are still living at a friend’s house at a distant village, still fearing for their lives. “It’s not even imaginable for me, my daughter and my husband to return to our own home,” she said. “Those people meant to kill us that night. The investigating officer knows some of the suspects and where they spend their time every day.” In an attack which resembled a scene from a thriller movie, intruders A victim of night attack, Ms Musandiwa Makumbani, holds a handbroke down doors, hoe which intruders used to hack her back.

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In his inaugural State of the Nation address, Pres Cyril Ramaphosa quoted the late Hugh Masekela’s hit Thuma Mina, which inspired many in the country. A well-known local poet, Mr Lutendo Evans Mugagadeli, better known as Vendaboy Poet, has stood up and quoted the same words, this time directed to the president himself. Vendaboy (28), of Ha Nthabalala

outside Louis Trichardt, who rose to prominence in 2012 and has three albums under his belt, is a big fan of Ramaphosa. He said that he was ready to serve, and that the president should not shop around for a praise singer as he was available. To show that he is serious, the 2012 Tshima award winner and 2013 and 2014 Satma awards nominee also wrote a poem dedicated to Ramaphosa. He has since recorded a single and an album, including the poem. It will be available in May. “Ramaphosa is a great leader, a man of morals and integrity, a man of peace who is striving to take back the country to what it was when democracy first dawned here. He is erasing the corruption

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stigma that has become like a plague in the country and his leadership is worth emulating,” said Vendaboy. The well-known poet said he had been following the new president since he had taken over the reins and had come to realise that things were changing for the better in the country. “I am ready to serve this principled man, I will await an opportunity for him to call me and will serve with all my heart,” said the poet, beaming with confidence. Mr Takalani Radzilani, a big fan of Vendaboy Poet, said that he was ready and mature, and he knew exactly what he was doing. “I think the president should take notice of the man and give him chance to perform,” he said.

Accident motivates her to share her testimony dent that happened in 2015, where I lost my partner, Mpho Regalo, “If you want to share a who was the love of my life and story, go ahead and tell father of my beautiful princess, it as it is. The easiest Rialivhuwa,” she said. way to tell your perShe started writing it in 2016 sonal life story December after seeing a psycholis by telling ogist who encouraged her to write the her good and bad memories. “I truth, just decided to start writing from even the day I met my partner, our life together, our accident, and the though miracles of God after surviving the you feel accident,” she said. your story “My scars motivated me. I was will leave you reminded every day of where I naked. Telling come from and where I am now. the truth always Every time I look at them, I am wins, as many reminded of my testimony that I people relate to am sharing with the world. The it,” said Londola- testimony that is inspiring and ni Tsanwani. restoring hope to so many people,” She recently she added. released her book The 31-year-old hails from Itentitled My scars, sani village. She said she wanted to my testimony. inspire and restore hope to people This is her first who were going through a lot. book, even though “I want to remind them that it’s she does not regard not important to focus on why it herself as a writer. happened to them. The important “I just decided to thing they need is reassurance that write a book to God is with them, in good and bad share my story af- times,” she added. ter being involved Those interested in the book can in a vehicle acciphone her on 081 066 1237.

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Phalaphala FM continues to pay courtesy visits to the senior traditional leaders around Vhembe and last weekend the team visited Thovhele Vho-Vudzidzhena Nethengwe. Community members from around the area were excited to meet the presenters. The station’s on-air personnel also motivated pupils from Thengwe, Robert Mbulungeni and Todani Secondary to work hard at school. The team of motivational speakers were: Mpho Rathando, Rofhiwa Nethengwe, Godfrey Mavhasa, Rudzani Khalushi, Thikolelwi Liphadzi and Lucky Tshilimandila. Phalaphala FM also donated school shoes to pupils from six primary schools on Friday. On Saturday, Rialivhuwa was broadcast from the Thengwe sports grounds. The programme concentrated on different activities, including traditional dancing for senior-citizens as a way of promoting good health. A Phalaphala FM soccer team also played against the Thengwe soccer team. The match attracted a lot of the loyal listeners, who attended in huge numbers. The station also broadcast live interviews with the listeners to get their views about the visit at Thengwe. Mpho Rathando’s popular talk show, Tshiko, was also live on air. He interviewed loyal listeners from Thengwe about health, culture, lifestyle, agriculture, sports and education. “As the station celebrates its 53rd birthday, we would like to continue

thanking our loyal listeners who are contributing to our annual project, Phalaphala FM to the rescue, by donating shoes and sanitary towels, so that we can give hope to those who are less fortunate,” said Mr Lufuno Munonde, the event coordinator of the station. He said that the 2018 birthday celebrations differed from the others in that they planned all the activities from a zero budget. “The station depends on sponsors for most of the things we need, ranging from accommodation to stage, sound and décor, to mention a few. This has been a demonstration that our stakeholder management is working for the stations.” He added that they had managed to get sponsors from different senior traditional leaders and businesspeople in Limpopo and Gauteng. The station also plans, with the help of different chiefs, to visit various areas around Vhembe as a way of celebrating the 53rd birthday. The senior traditional leaders in each area will mobilize businesspeople, and with the support they have received previously, this should be an achievable objective, he said. “Our aim is to educate, preserve, promote and protect the Tshivenda culture and customs. We will try and visit as many parts of our listeners’ footprint to be closer to our listeners because we love them.” Thovhele Vho-Vudzidzhena Nethengwe said that he was pleased that Phalaphala FM had come to spend time with Thengwe residents and the neighbouring villages.

Phalaphala FM presenters photographed during the welcoming ceremony at Thengwe.

“Your support means a lot to me” entrance to the event was free and people were advised to bring non-perishable food Local gospel artist Thabelo Netshiunda and clothes. Her album His Glory, which recently hosted a Thank You concert was released in April 2017, has already to acknowledge the support from her won Tshima Awards (Best Gospel Album fans. It took place at The Beautiful Gate of the Year and Best Female Artist of the Church in Mulodi. Year), Gauteng Gospel Music Awards Netshiunda said the event was about (Best Gospel Album of the Year, Best celebrating the gift of life, thanking Worship Album of the Year and Best GosGod for giving her supporters. “The pel Artist of the Year) and an INGOMA purpose of the event was also to give Award (Best Gospel Album of the Year). hope to the hopeless, show humanity The album comprises 18 songs. and love to those who need that as “To my fans I want to say the love and we celebrate God’s greatness in my support you always show is amazing. May life and achievements in the music God give you the desires of your heart. journey,” Netshiunda added. During When God gets all the glory, our lives the concert, Netshiunda also docan never be the same. This is just the Thabelo Netshiunda hosted a Thank You nated food and clothes to destitute beginning of greater things to come so concert to acknowledge the support people. She said that it felt good to let’s walk through this journey together,” from her fans. Photo supplied give back to the community. The Netshiunda concluded. By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

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The new queen in the Miss Face of Courageous pageant was crowned during a glittering ceremony held at Masana Resort in Nzhelele on Saturday. Thovhedzo Netshimbolimbo was crowned as the queen, Abigail Ndouvhada is the new 1st princess and Sibawu Lusiba walked away with the prices for being the 2nd princess and Miss Charity. Andani Bugana won the Miss Entrepreneur title and Mpilo Phindulo was chosen as Miss personality. The winners received beauty products and winter essentials. The organiser of the event, Pfariso Pedrossa, said that the purpose of the Miss Face of Courageous pageant is to teach young men and women about the importance of giving. “It was founded in 2016 to help raise funds for the needy and to teach the youth the importance of giving. We also teach them to embrace their beauty,” she added. The event was sponsored by Masana Resort, Bigman Entertainment, Mathada, Africreative Communication,Takalani Ramarumo, Mudifho Empire and Perez clothing. Local artists Mcswagga SA, TM Matika Bigmani, Leroy, Hela Sepreme and Mudifho Empire Dance Crew performed during the event.

Doing it the traditional way - Tshimangadzo Benny Netshiavha married his childhood sweetheart, Anza Thendo Nevhutalu, during a traditional wedding ceremony recently held at Tsianda village, near Thohoyandou.

Thovhele Vho-George Muila celebrated his birthday last month. It was a rather joyous occasion, as an exploration company donated a new vehicle, a Jeep Sahara Wrangler Unlimited 3.8, to the traditional leader. Mr Phuthi Kgomo, the Chief Executive Officer of Nkgapu Resources and Exploration, said that they had decided to donate the car to the traditional leader to help him reach his community in the different villages where roads are often not that good. Among the guests who attended the function were the head of the pastors, different senior traditional leaders, businessmen, community structures and many members of the community. Photographed during the handing over of the key of the new car are from left Thovhele Vho-Fhatuwani Mulima, Phuthi Kgomo, Thovhele Vho-George Muila, Tumelo Muila (wife), Charmaine Muila (daughter) and Thovhele Vho-Vhutshilo Nthabalala.

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Hundreds of members of the United African Apostolic Church (UAAC) in Niani I district and the communities of Tshilovi-Tshitandani in the Mutale area celebrated the success of two elders in the church. The two men “grew up” in the church and are still active members of the church. The children of the two elders and the congregation, Messrs Tshifhemuhulu Elias Ramulondi (90) and Senior Solomon Matahela (86), organized a big event to celebrate with the elders at the church in Tshilovi-Tshitandani a fortnight ago. One of the children of the two elders, Joel Ramulondi said that they decided to celebrate, honour and acknowledge them while they are still alive. “We are proud of their lives for promoting Christianity among us. We as their children want to follow in their steps of being the good servants of God,” said Ramulondi. In our photo, the two elders are surrounded by some UAAC members during the celebrations.


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Dolphins ready for the play-offs By Frank Mavhungu Most of the teams affiliated to the Limpopo Stream of the ABC Motsepe League played their final league matches over the past weekend. As the stream champions, The Dolphins will represent the Limpopo Province in the promotional play-off tournament that will be staged in

two months’ time. In an interview, the team’s head coach, Mr Joel Mongalo, indicated that the fact that they had managed to finish their league programme two months before the promotional play-off tournament, means that they have enough time to prepare for the big event. He was confident that they will use their home ground advantage to win the tourna-

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ment and gain promotion to the National First Division (NFD). Limpopo Province will host this year’s tournament. It will be the second time in a row for The Dolphins to take part in the play-offs. They represented the province in the same tournament which was staged in Kimberley, Northern Cape, last year. They were then the laughing stock of the tournament as they failed to get a single point during the event. Mongalo appealed to the local football lovers to rally behind the team during the tournament, saying history will never repeat itself. According to him, history shows that he is a “promotion specialist”. He cited the promotion of Magezi FC to the NFD two years ago as an example. He was the team’s coach when Magezi gained promotion. While The Dolphins are gearing up for the promotional play-offs, Giyani Hotspurs and Musina United or formerly known as Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, are preparing themselves for a new life in the SAB League. Giyani Hotspurs and Musina United are relegated to the lower division after finishing their league programme at the bottom of the log.

Huge boost for Nandilani By Frank Mavhungu The management and players of Tshakhuma RO Nandilani are in a joyous mood. This follows a decision by the directors of Welties Investments Company to sponsor the team. The sponsorship was officially launched during a ceremony at Levubu Park two weeks ago. A director of the company, Mr Zander Welthagen, handed over 14 pairs of soccer boots to the value of R7 000 to the captain of the team, Andani Nemalili. Welthagen also indicated that the sponsorship

will increase from time to time, depending on the financial position of the company. He revealed that the decision to sponsor the team was influenced by the fact that their company is based next to Tshakhuma village and that most of their employees are from Tshakhuma. He further stated that as directors they felt that sponsoring the team was the best way to plough back into the community with whom they were doing business. Nemalili stated that the sponsorship would go a long way in boosting the team’s

morale. He assured the sponsors that the team will gain promotion to the ABC Motsepe League next season. Tshakhuma RO Nandilani are currently shining on top of Stream D of the MMK Administrators League. They have thus far deposited 53 points into their league account from 20 matches and are almost sure of a place in the promotional playoffs. The second-placed side, Tshivhazwaulu Peace Makers, are 14 points behind. Tshakhuma RO Nandilani have lost only one and drawn two of the 20 matches they have played.

Mathanda wins Irene Ultra Marathon By Kaizer Nengovhela

“I bailed out during last year’s JJ Zuma because of a calf muscle, but now I’m in great shape,” he said. “Running my first Comrades was an incredible experience last year. I did not know what to expect, but finishing well inside the top 100 bracket was a dream come true.,” he said. He hopes to finish in the top ten in the Comrades this year. “I just hope I will be in the right frame of mind on the day of the race,” he said.

The annual Irene Ultra Marathon (48 km) was won by Pfarelo Mathada (28) of Maniini, a member of the Faranani Athletic Club. He finished the marathon in 2:51:05 on Sunday in Pretoria. Mathada started running when he was still a grade 8 pupil at Thivhilaeli Secondary. At that stage he was interested in many sports, including volleyball. A teacher, Mr Farisani, recognised his talent and encouraged him to turn his focus to athletics when he was 14 years old. “As a young man I dreamed about being a good runner and I was encouraged by sportsmen like Bethuel Netshifhefhe,” he said. He paid tribute to his family for assisting him in realising his dreams. “My grandmother was always behind me, guiding me,” he says. Dedication and humility are the true hallmarks of a successful athlete, he said. “Some people will say that athletes who come from Limpopo suffer a lot and that’s why they do so well, but I don’t think of it like that. I think success comes from what you want in life. The most important thing is to be very disciplined and be very humble and listen to your parents and your coach.” “The competition was tough, but I was well prepared. What I like about this competition is that, once you complete your race, you feel like you are on top of the world.” Mathada said that he has decided to return to Thohoyandou for his preparations. He promised his fans that he is going to perform well during Pfarelo Mathada phographed while running. the JJ Zuma Marathon that will take place in Photo supplied. Durban later this month.

Food, wine and beer festival A branded wine tasting glass will be on sale for R35 and this The annual Haenertsburg includes a booklet for 25 wine Food, Wine and Beer Festival tastings from any of the particiwill this year take place on pating wine estates. Should you the weekend of 28 and 29 want to taste more wine there April. will be booklets for sale at R15 This popular festival is again each for another 25 tastings. hosted in the Haenertsburg The festival this year will Village by the Magoebaskloof be placing a bigger emphasis Tourism Association. on good healthy food, food There will be live music on products and hand-craftboth Saturday and Sunday with ed beers, gins and liqueurs. lots of food and good entertain- Zwakala Brewery, Keith and his ment. The entrance fee into the Blikskottel Mampoer, Qualito, festival grounds will be R20 per Mark Dando and new particiadult. pant, Flowstone Gin, will be on Tourism

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Mr Zander Welthagen (second from right) hands over the boots to the captain of the team, Andani Nemalili (third from right). Also in the potograph are Mr Leon Welthagen (third from left), Livhuwani Mugodi (left), Oscar Ntshauba (second from left) and the team manager, Fhulufhelo Netshidongololwe (right).

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Another defeat for Tshakhuma Uthongathi FC at the Thoanything to chance when they By Frank Mavhungu hoyandou stadium. The goal brutally walloped Amatuks 5-1 Tshakhuma Tsha through which Lidoda Duvha in Thembisa. Real Kings shared Madzivhandila (TTM) are fast earned the three vital points the spoils with Mbombela becoming the milk cow of the came via a substitute, Ivan Ma- United, when they played to National First Division. They hangwahaya towards the end of a goalless draw at the Kanyahave lost four consecutive the game. mazane Stadium in Nelspruit. matches, following their 1-3 Black Leopards are in in the In the other matches, Witdefeat at the hands of Jomo second spot on the log with bank Spurs beat Cape Town Cosmos at the Vosloorus 44 points, two ahead of Jomo All Stars 1-0, Mthatha Bucks Stadium on Sunday. Cosmos. and Richards Bay FC played Frank Motebejane scored Although a draw against to a 2-2 draw, Super Eagles TTM’s solitary goal. The victory Pretoria University would have lost 0-3 to Ubuntu Cape Town was sweet revenge for Jomo been enough for them to gain at the Goble Park Stadium in Cosmos as they lost 0-1 to TTM automatic promotion to the Bethlehem and Stellenbosch in their first-round league Absa Premiership Division, FC and Royal Eagles played to match at the Thohoyandou Highlands Park did not leave a 1-1 draw. Stadium five months ago. The Tshakhuma side are still rooted in the 6th spot on the log, the position they were holding for the past three weeks. TTM still have a mathematical chance to secure a place in the promotional playoff matches at the end of the season, but then the other teams will have to assist them. They must win their remaining four matches, with Jomo Cosmos and Real Kings dropping some points along the way for them to get into a promotional play-off place. Black Leopards enhanced their chances of taking part in the promotional play-offs by collecting full points at the expense of TTM’s goal scorer, Frank Motebejane.

Mixed fortunes for RO Nandilani By Frank Mavhungu The MMK Administrators Soccer League Stream D log leaders, Tshakhuma RO Nandilani experienced mixed fortunes in their league matches last weekend. Tshakhuma Nandilani lost 1-2 to Kalahari Stars at the Ramukhuba grounds on Saturday. They made amends and collected the maximum points the following day when they crushed their neighbours, Tshakhuma KK Revolution 3-0 at the Tshakhuma Malaria grounds. Revolution managed to

match the home side pound for pound in the first 20 minutes, but their stamina vanished with time. Realizing that their scoring chances were slim, Nandilani effected an early change to their starting eleven. They introduced Shandukani Mabirimisa and sacrificed Khuliso Phosiwa 18 minutes into the game. The replacement proved to be a clever move as the home side opened their account five minutes later. Their veteran midfielder, Khuliso “Navara” Netshulu, blasted in a rocket after a rebound. Revolution did not give in without a fight after the goal. They initiated

several moves from behind, but it was difficult for them to find their way through the defence of Nandilani. Revolution strengthened their midfield by introducing Lindelani Gumani and Rofhiwa Ganyani for Rabelani Munyai and Thabelo Mbedzi respectively. The move was sufficient to stop Nandilani from scoring their second goal before the teams went for the half time break. Navara Netshulu completed his brace in the 38th minute. He beat the offside trap and showed the keeper the wrong way. Nandilani effected the last change to their starting eleven by replacing Ndivhuwo Makhado with Jabulisa Ngwenya. Nandilani put the matters beyond doubt in the 78th minute. Rinae Madzhuta finished in a square pass from Dakalo Nemakonde to bring the final score to 3-0.

Huge fine for Tshikwani Breakers By Kaizer Nengovhela Stiff fines were imposed on several affiliates of the Safa Vhembe MMK Administrator’s League during a disciplinary committee meeting held in Thohoyandou last week. Tshikwani Stone Breakers were found guilty of causing the abandonment of their match against LTT Murunwa. A fine of R6 000 was imposed and they were also fined R3 000 because a fight among supporters broke out. LLT Murunwa received a fine of R2 000 because of the fight involving supporters and players. The DC ordered that the match be replayed. Madombidzha Western Stars pleaded guilty to the charge

of assaulting the referee when playing against Muraleni United Brothers and a fine of R5 000 was imposed on them. The three points for the match were awarded to United Brothers. Langutani Blue Birds were found guilty of assaulting the match official when they played against Hosan Guptus. They were fined R6 000 and three points were awarded to their opponents, Duthuni Happy Boys were fined R4 000 for causing the abandonment of the match against Tshakhuma RO Nandilani. The three match points were also awarded to RO. Khakhu Real Vultures were fined R6 000 for not marking the ground properly in their match against Mabvuka Black Stars. They forfeited the three

points. Muhuyu Cooper Stars were fined R7 000 for assaulting the match official in their match against Sambadou FC. They forfeited the three points. Ficus FC were fined R5 000 for arrival late during their clash against Muledzhi Fire Boys. The match will have to be replayed. Thengwe Flying Peace received a fine of R7 000 for causing the abandonment of their match against Sambandou United Professional. Three points were awarded to United. Dididi Maguvhewa were fined R7 000 for abandoning their match against Hosana Guptus. Three points were awarded to Guptus. Mashau Thondoni were fined R6 000 for assault when they played against Vyeboom Marikana.

The Hollywoodbets Musina team recently visited Musina United FC at their home ground and donated a full soccer kit to one of the teams. Coach John Mathavhea thanked the company for the donation. “Our team play in the SAB league and after wearing our new kit during our league match we won 3-1. Thank you, Hollywoodbets,” he said. Musina United FC were started in 2011 to help keep the youth busy and away from crime. Photo supplied

Thabiso Lekgau of Nandilani (left) and Rofhiwa Maraga of Revolution are focused on the high ball.

Thabiso Lekgau of Nandilani controls the ball.

Soccer festival waits at Zwigodini Rabali Pull Together will fight ers vs Ngwenani Young Chiefs for points at Dopeni. and Rockers vs Tshambobvu The fight for promotion The other fixtures are: TshiJunior Aces. and the struggle to avoid kuwi Stone relegation at the end of the Breakers vs season will continue among Mauluma the teams affiliated to the Black MamMMK Administrators Soccer bas, Matanda League this weekend. Rockers vs Residents of Zwigodini Nzhelele and the surrounding area are Young All looking forward to the clashes Nations, of the two home teams, Anel Tshivhuyuni Real Vikings and Berea FC, on Two for Joy Sunday. vs Wayeni Berea FC will host Masisi Sea Robbers, Young Stars in what can best be Vyeboom described as a David and GoMarikana vs liath conflict. Berea are one of Mashamba the hot league title contenders, Soccer Acadewhile Young Stars are fighting my, Midoroni for survival. The Stars defence Real Hearts will have a mammoth task to vs Zoutpansstop the Berea playmakers, berg PowerAubrey Ndou, Juliet Ngubane lines, Magau and Elias Ranyaoa. Berea are United vs still celebrating their 2-1 victory Mpheni Home against Musina United last Sat- Defenders, urday. The game is scheduled Tshivhazto start at 13:00. waulu Peace Anel Real Vikings will host Makers vs Muswodi Happy Fighters at Voweto Max15:00. It will be players like imum Force, Eliot Muthala, Nthuseni Nefale Mutandani and Ronewa Muthala who are Pull Together expected to keep the Fighters’ vs Cobra All defence run for cover from the Stars, Maranonset. zhe Hungry Tshisimani Top Challengers Lions vs Dobwill entertain Musina United at by Freedom the Tshisimani grounds, while Birds, Nweli Dopeni Mighty Comrades and Stone BreakBerea’s left back, Aubrey Ndou. By Frank Mavhungu


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LEGALS ADVOCATE T C MUNYAI NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Pursuant to the provisions of Sec�on 35(5) of Act, 66 of 1965, no�ce is hereby given that the First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the late MASHUDU CALVIN MAWELA of Id no670514 5663 08 2 who died on 9th February 2018, of Resident Stand no.3491, Matswale Phase 08, Musina, Limpopo Province, Estate No. 512/2018 will lie for inspec�on at the offices of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province, and the Magistrate’s Office, Thulamela, for a period of twenty-one (21) days, calculated from the date of publica�on hereof. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 3 day of April 2018. ADVOCATE T C MUNYAI Style Centre Building, First Floor Office No.: 09 & 02, Dr. G R R Mathivha Surgery Complex SIBASA LOUIS TRICHARDT/0920 TEL: 076 609 2083 / 073 249 1795 Ref: Atcm/liqdae cmm/10/2018

COETZEE ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965

In terms of sec�on 35(5) of Act 66 of 1965 no�ce is hereby given that copies of the liquida�on and distribu�on account (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estate specified below will be open for inspec�on of all persons with an interest therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specifically stated) from

the date specified or from the date of publica�on hereof, whichever may be the later, and at the offices of the Master and Magistrates as stated. Should no objec�on thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Estate No: 859/2017 MUDAU NDIFELANI SARINAH ID No No:6106051090081 Last Address: NUMBER 70, MATATANI VILLAGE, LWAMONDO Magistrate’s Office: THOHOYANDOU Master’s Office: LWAMONDO Adver�ser & Address: ZANÉL NEL, 679 KOEDOEBERG ROAD, FAERIE GLEN, 0043 Email: zanel@coa�.co.za Date: 13 April 2018 Tel: 012-991-3564 FUNANANI NDOU ATTORNEYS

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in respect of the Late MBEDZI THINAVHUDZLO DANIEL shall lie for inspec�on at the master of Limpopo High Court for a period of twenty one (21) days calculated from the date of this publica�on. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 03rd day of APRIL 2018. FUNANANI NDOU ATTORNEYS Executrix a�orneys, E03 Sabina plaza, opposite Mul�choice P.O.Box 188, Tshaulu, 0987 Tel: 015 962 2195/073 901 8888 Fax: 015 962 2192 Fax: 015 962 2192/086 667 4733 Ref: MBEDZI/EST/2017

Global Solu�on Development (PTY) LTD No�ce for Consent Use applica�on in terms of Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013 read together with Collins Chabane Municipality Spa�al Planning and land Use Management byLaw of 2016 in terms of clause 28 of the Land Use Scheme. It is hereby no�fied that applica�on has been made by Global Solu�on Development on behalf of the registered owner(s) in terms of Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act, (SPLUMA) 16 of 2013 read together with Collins Chabane Municipality Land Use Management by Law of 2016 for the applica�on of Special Consent in terms of clause 28 of the Land use Management Scheme of 2006, for the purpose of Recrea�onal Hall, ERF 01B at Mavambe Village. The applica�on and the relevant documents are open for inspec�on at

the office of Planning and Development, Collins Chabane Municipality, Malamulele, for 28 days from 20 April 2018. Objec�on to the applica�on must be lodged with or made in wri�ng to the Municipal Manager, Collins Chabane Municipality, Private Bag 9282, Malamulele, 0982, for a period of 28 days. Address of authorized agent: Global Solu�on Development, P.O. Box 817, Shayandima, 0945. Tel: 081 824 5565. Xi�viso xa ku ava no ncica ma�riselo ya nawu wa Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013 lowa fanele ku hlayiswa na Collins Chabane Municipality Spa�al Planning na land Use Management byLaw of 2016 in terms of clause 28 of the Land Use Scheme. Mi�visiwa leswaku xikombelo xi endliwile gi Global Solu�on Development ematshiveni ya nwinyi wa xitanzi ku ya hi nawu wa Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act (SPLUMA) 16 of 2013 lowa fanele ku hlayiswa na Land Use Mnagement ByLaw of 2016, le swaku ku �riswa swa Holo ya Vuhungselo (Recrea�onal Hall) at Mavambe Village, ERF 01B in terms of Land Use Scheme of 2006, clause 28 (Special Consent). Xikombelo lexi na vuxokoxoko byi kona hofisini ya kunguhato na vuhumelerisi (Planning and Development) Collins Chabane Municipality, Malamulele ku fika masiku ya 28 ku suka 20 April 2018, leswaku vaaka n�riho kumbe mihlangono va swi vana kumbe angula. Sikaneto hi sifanelo ku tsareliwa mufambisi wa Masipala Collins Chabane Municipality, Private Bag X9283, Malamulele, 0982 eka masiku ya 28 lama tsariweke laa henla. Kherefu ya Global Solu�on Development Development, P.O.BOX 817, Shayandima 0945. Tell 081 824 5565

IGWEBILA INTERNATIONAL NOTIFICATION OF DECISION AND THE OPTION TO APPEAL THE DECISION REGARDING THE PROPOSED EXPANSION OF A FILLING STATION WITH 3 UNDERGROUND TANKS ON STAND 648 AT SASELAMANI VILLAGE WITHIN COLLINS CHABANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY OF VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY.

Authorisa�on Register Number: 12/1/9/3-V26 No�fica�on is hereby given that the Na�onal Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) has decided to grant authorisa�on for the applica�on submi�ed on behalf of Mr Nkuna GT (The Applicant), for the proposed expansion

of a filling sta�on with 3 underground tanks on stand 648 at Saselamani village within Collins Chabane Local Municipality of Vhembe District Municipality. An appeal may be lodged against the decision and the appeal procedure in terms of Chapter 2 of Government No�ce No. R993, which regulates appeal procedures, applies to this project. Should you wish to submit an appeal against the decision please note the following: An appeal submission must be submi�ed to the MEC for Economic D e v e l o p m e n t , Environment and Tourism (at contact details below) within twenty (20) days from the date that the no�fica�on of the decision was sent to the registered interested and affected par�es by the applicant. By Facsmile: 015 295 5015 By post : P.O Box 55464, Polokwane, 0700 By Hand: Environmental Affairs Offices, Corner Suid and Dorp Streets, Polokwane, 0699 Applicant: Mr Nkuna GT Email address: afrocreaxion@gmail.com Fax Number: 086 451 8716 LEGAL AID SOUTH AFRICA

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE IN SECTION 29 In the Estate of the late MARINGA KHENSANI CECILIA, I.D.Number 580317 0777 082 who was a resident of Malamulele Sec�on B, Limpopo Province who died on the 17 / 03 / 2018. Estate number: 794 / 2018. Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having a claims against the abovemen�oned estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from the date of publica�on. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 10TH DAY OF APRIL 2018. SIGNED: C.S.KHOSA LEGAL AID SOUTH AFRICA EXECUTOR SHOP NO.2 METROPOLITAN CENTRE THOHOYANDOU TEL:(015) 962 6206/8/9 FAX:(015) 962 6383 REF: KHOSA /X727964318

V E LUBISI AND T E LUBISI ATTORNEYS No�ce to Creditors in terms of Sec�on 29 (1) of the Administra�on of Estates Act 66 of 1965 In the estate of the late PFULUWANI THOMAS THAPHATHI ID NO: 630715 5976 08 0 Date of death: 7th February 2018 of Waterval, Limpopo Province. Master Reference: 491/2018 All persons having claims against the abovemen�oned estate are requested to lodge

their claims within thirty (30) days of publica�on hereof with the executor’s agent, whose par�culars are as follows: Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 9th April 2018 V E & T E Lubisi A�orneys Also at: MMK House Stand No: 519A Malamulele P O Box 1797, Malamulele 0982 Tel/Fax: 015 851 0111

P N ACE VELE NDOU ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Pursuant to the provisions of Sec�on 35(5) of Act, 66 of 1965, no�ce is hereby given that the First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the late AIFHELI LESLIE NELUVHALANI of Id no290816 5055 08 0 who died on 18th May 2017, of Tshakhuma Luvhalani, Limpopo Province, Estate No. 2094/2017 will lie for inspec�on at the offices of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province, and the Magistrate’s Office, Thohoyandou, for a period of twenty-one (21) days, calculated from the date of publica�on hereof. Dated at Thohoyandou on the 9th day of April 2018. P N ACE VELE NDOU ATTORNEYS 177/8 Unit D, Thohoyandou, 0950 P O Box 45 Shayandima, 0945 TEL: 015 969 1380 FAX: 086 758 3926 CELL: 082 656 1867 e-mail: acendou@gmail.com REF: P N NDOU

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MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALTY SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BYLAW, 2016 Notice is hereby given that in terms of the above-men�oned bylaw, I, Mdu Mashaba, the undersigned of the Siphila Sonke Property Holding (Pty) Ltd, intend applying to the Musina Local Municipality for consent to use the farm Tshikundamalema no. 440 - MT for the purpose(s) of construc�ng a cellular telephone mast on the property. Plans and/or par�culars rela�ng to the applica�on may be inspected during normal office hours at, The Manager, Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management, Musina Local Municipality, Civic Centre, Irwin Street, Musina, 0900. Any person having any objec�on to the gran�ng of this applica�on, must lodge such objec�ons together with the grounds thereof in wri�ng, with The Manager, Planning and Land Use Management, Musina Local Municipality, P.O. Box X611, Musina 0900 within 30 days from the first date of publica�on: 13 April 2018. First date of adver�sement: 13 April

2018 Second date of adver�sement: 20 April 2018 Objec�on expiry date: 18 May 2018 Applicant: Siphila Sonke Property Holding (Pty) Ltd, 502 Avignon Building, 147 Vlok Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria, 0002, Tel: (012) 757 6574, e-mail: admin@ siphilasonke.co.za site ref: ATLM104 Thongani

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MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALTY SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BYLAW, 2016 Ndivhadzo �asi ha mulayo wo buliwaho a�o ntha, nne, Mdu Mashaba, �asi ha tshiimiswa tsho tendelwaho tshinopfi Siphila Sonke Property Holding (Pty) Ltd, ndo ita khumbelo kha masipala wa Musina ya u humbelo thendelo ya u �ata thawara ya dzi thingo khwalwa kha bulasi I divheyaho sa Tshikundamalema no. 440 - MT Pulane na manwalo a yelanaho na khumbelo iyi zwi wanala kha ofisi ya minidzhere muhulwane wa: u langula kushumisele kwa mavu , kha masipala wa Musina Local Municipality, Civic Centre, Irwin Street, Musina, 0900, lwa tshi�inga tshi edanaho maduvha a Furaru (30) u bva nga duvha la 6 Lambamai 2018. Vha na mbilaelo malugana na iyi khumbelo vha nwalele minidzhere wa masipala wa Musina hu sa athu u �ela maduvha a furaru (30) kha diresi itevhelaho: , Musina Local Municipality, P.O. Box X611, Musina 0900. Duvha la u thoma la nyandadzo: 13 Lambamai 2018 Duvha La vhuvili la

nyamdadzo: 20 Lambamai 2018 Duvha la u �edza u tanganedza mbilahelo: 18 Shundunthule 2018 Diresi ya dzhendedzi lire mulayoni malugana na khumbelo iyi: Siphila Sonke Property Holding (Pty) Ltd, 502 Avignon Building, 147 Vlok Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria, 0002, Tel: (012) 757 6574, e-mail: admin@ siphilasonke.co.za site ref: ATLM104 Thongani

TSHIDZUMBA MAKONDE ATTORNEYS No�ce to Creditors in terms of Sec�on 29 (1) of the Administra�on of Estates Act 66 of 1965 Estate Late: MUDZANANI AVHAPFANI WATSON I.D NO: 500413 5600 085 of Stand No. 79, Lwamondo Tshivhale, Vhembe district, Limpopo province who died on the 17/03/2018 and was married in community of property to MUDZANANI MMAPULA LOUISA, I.D NO: 581109 0815 080. Estate number: 734/2018 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publica�on. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 09TH DAY OF APRIL 2018. TSHIDZUMBA MAKONDE ATTORNEYS. BOX 240 VHULAUDZI 0926 REF: REDRESS /TMA/ EST.02/2017

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the Administra�on of Estates Act 66 of 1965 Estate Late : FASUYI IDOWU OLARENWAJU I.D NO: 840730 6038 182 of Stand No. 33, Maniini, Limpopo province who died on the 02/07/2017 and was married in community of property to FASUYI CHOSEN, I.D NO: 800905 0927 089. Estate number: 1569 / 2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publica�on. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 09TH DAY OF APRIL 2018. TSHIDZUMBA MAKONDE ATTORNEYS. BOX 240 VHULAUDZI 0926 REF: REDRESS /TMA/ EST.07/2017

TSHIDZUMBA MAKONDE ATTORNEYS No�ce to Creditors in terms of Sec�on 29 (1) of

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

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PUBLIC NOTICE OF SUPPLEMENTARY VALUATION ROLL

The Collins Chabane Municipality invites tenders from prospective bidders for the following Bid no: 16/2017/2018: Electrification of Mavambe village 274 connections.

Thulamela Municipality is hereby in terms of section 49 of Municipal Property Rates Act inviting you to come and inspect the supplementary Valuation Roll. The inspection will be for a period of 30 days starting from the 16th April 2018. The roll will be available at Mutale and Thohoyandou Municipal offices (Office No. 40 and 117) during office hours.

Bid no: 17/2017/2018: Appointment of a panel of professional service providers for advisory service within budget and treasury office.

If you wish to lodge an objection in respect of any matter in or omitted from the roll to do so in writing to the Municipal Manager within the stated period.

Date of Compulsory briefing: 11 April 2018 @ 10h00 at boxing gym Closing date: 30 April 2018 Time: 11hoo

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THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY HEAD OFFICE : THE ECONOMIC HUB OF VHEMBE REGION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER INVITE APPLICATION FROM SUITABLE CANDIDATES FOR APPOINTMENT • ON THE FOLLOWING VACANT POSTS: • 1. DEPARTMENT: POSITION: REMUNERATION:

Corporate Support Services Senior Manager : Corporate Support Services R884 770 (minimum) or R 1 022 855 (midpoint) or R1 160 941 (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 225 published in Government Gazette No.38946 dated 1 July 2015). 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. Requirements: • Bachelor Degree in Public Administration/ Management sciences/Law or equivalent. • A certificate in Municipal Finance Management Programme will be an added advantage. • Five (5) years at middle management level. • Have proven successful management experience in administration. • Code B driver’s licence is essential Knowledge: • • • • • • • •

Good knowledge and understanding of relevant policies and legislations. Good knowledge and understanding of institutional governance systems and performance management. Good knowledge of corporate support services, including : Human capital management Legal services Facilities management Information communication technology and support. Good knowledge of supply chain management regulations and the preferential procurement policy framework Act, 2000 (Act no.5 OF 2000). • Labour relation Act, and other labour –related prescripts. • Legal background and human capital management. • Knowledge of coordination and oversight of all specialized support functions

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Added advantage: • Certificate of competency as required in terms of the General Machinery Regulation, 1988 or Registration with a recognised relevant engineering professional body • National Treasury Competency Requirement for Senior Managers i.e CPMD/MFMP NB. Application for Senior Manager position must be submitted on an official application form for Senior Managers obtainable on the website:www.thulamela.gov.za. with 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. Should you not be contacted within 30 days after the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. Qualifications, employment background check, security vetting and screening will be carried out for all shortlisted candidates. Thulamela municipality is an affirmative action employer, women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Thulamela Municipality reserves the right not to fill the advertised post. Closing date : 04 May 2018 Enquiries should be directed to the office of the Municipal Manager Tel no.015 962 7623. For administrative enquiries contact: Acting Senior Manager Corporate Services, Mr Sikhwivhilu N.M. @ 015 962 7686. 3. DEPARTMENT: DIVISION: POSITION: POST LEVEL: NUMBER OF POST: ANNUAL SALARY:

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• Recognised B. Comm/ B Degree or National Diploma in internal auditing with auditing as a major subject coupled with a wealth of relevant hands on management experience. • A minimum of 2-3 years proven internal audit experience/performance audit. • An extensive knowledge in internal Audit procedures, King lll report on corporate governance and institute of internal Auditors (SA) standards.

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Development, implementation and management of the strategic policies, goals and procedures of the department. Providing legal advice and administration. Administering statues and Council by-laws. Compiling and updating of delegated powers and policy matters. Responsible for secretarial services to the whole Council. Record keeping and archive management. Human Resource Management i.e. developing and implementation of HR. Policies and procedures which are aligned to the Council’s vision and mission. Promote competitive service delivery culture. Rendering administrative assistance to the Speaker and Councilor’s office. Overseeing implementation of Council’s resolutions. Ensuring compliance to Conditions of Service and disciplinary procedures.

2. DEPARTMENT: POSITION: REMUNERATION:

Technical Services (Re-advertisement) Senior Manager : Technical Services R884,770 (Minimum) or R1,022,85 (midpoint) or R1,160,941 (maximum) per annum, as set out in the Government Gazette 40118 dated 4 July 2016 on Upper limits of total remuneration packages payable to Municipal Managers and Managers directly accountable to Municipal Managers. The offer of remuneration will be determined by competences qualifications, experience and knowledge of the candidate to be appointed.

Requirements: • • • •

A Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering / B-Tech: Engineering or equivalent. Five (5) years’ experience at middle management level or as programme/Project manager. 3 - 4 years must be at professional/management level engineering management experience. Code B driver’s licence is essential

Knowledge and Competencies: • • • • • • •

Good knowledge and understanding of relevant policy and legislation. Good knowledge and understanding of institutional governance systems and performance management. Must have extensive knowledge of the public office environment. Must be able to formulate engineering master planning. Project management and implementation, infrastructure, IDP development and implementation processes. Must be knowledgeable in conducting of feasibility studies, construction designs and roads. Must be knowledgeable in Supply Chain Management Regulations and Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act No 5 of 2000, Must be computer literate and possess proven skills in respect of planning and organizing, problem solving, presentation, conflict resolution, communication and people management

Key Performance Areas: • Municipality, Provincial and National Government development initiatives. • Authorise, monitor and control infrastructure implementation.

Responsibilities: • Performance duties in terms of section 165 of Municipal Finance Management Act and Section 38 of Municipal Systems Act. • Direct, organise and lead internal audit team. • Develop risk-based audit plan in line with the municipal vision, mission and strategic objectives. • Conduct audits as per the approval risk based audit plan. • Perform value for money audits. • Maintain and review internal audit charter. • Evaluate the adequacy and efficiency of all internal controls and operating processes on continuous basis. • Prepare value adding reports and recommendations in respect of audits completed of Chief Audit Executive. Key Competencies: • Strong leadership and performance management skills. • Negotiation and presentation skills. • Analytical thinker and problem solving skills. • Strong interpersonal and communication skills. • Report writing and computer skills. Remuneration: Basic salary per annum plus, medical aid, cell phone allowance and home owner allowance in case of a bond. The candidate should be prepared to start immediately and work extended hours when necessary. NB. Application must be submitted on an official application form obtainable on the website:www.thulamela.gov.za. with 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. Fraudulent qualifications or documents will immediately disqualify any application, for administrative enquires contact: Ramugondo R. R @ 015 962 7643 during office hours. Closing date : 04 May 2018

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

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your Classified or Vacancy Classifieds To advertise on this page, contact George or 516 4996 or Vacancies YolandaFax:at Tel:015(015) 516 2303

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

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

PUBLIC NOTICE

Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Makhado 0920 DRAFT IDP/BUDGET REVIEW: 2018/19 FY

PUBLIC NOTICE TENDER NO. 6 OF 2017: CONTRACT VARIANCE AMENDMENT OF CONTRACT FOR SECURITY SERVICES: MUNICIPAL PROPERTIES FOR THE PERIOD OF THREE YEARS

In terms of Local Government System Act No 32 of 2000, Chapter 4, Section 16 (a) (i) – (v), chapter 5, Section 34 (a) (b) and Section 29 and 30. Draft IDP and Budget 2018/19 FY documents will be available at below mentioned venues:-

Notice is hereby given that, in terms of section 116(3) of MFMA that Makhado municipality intends to modify the contract relating to a tender for security services under tender number 6 of 2017.The tender was awarded to five (5) security service providers. The municipality has signed service level agreements which make provision for additional security guards to be added upon a needs basis at municipal areas which may need security protection. These areas may include completed construction projects of Municipality which may arise as part of service delivery as key performance area of the institution. It is thus herewith notified that in terms of Council Resolution of 27 March 2018 additional guards will be added as and when required which will yield an adjustment of total contract price increase of more than the permitted 10 % margin. Underlying information can also be found at the offices specified below: Public comments are herewith invited and must be submitted in writing to Room No B045, Supply Chain Office, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado by not later than 12:00 on Monday, 30 April 2018. All technical enquiries can be directed to the Director Community Services at (015) 519 3073, while procurement enquiries can be directed to Mr A Mathivha at (015) 519 3044.

MR. N.F. TSHIVHENGWA MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 47 of 2018 File No: 8/3/2/1348 13 April 2018

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12)

Thohoyandou Head Office Makwarela Town Hall Shayandima Town Management Office Makuya Tribal Office Tshikundamalema Tribal Office Thengwe Tribal Office Rammbuda Tribal Office Mphaphuli Tribal Office Tshivhase Tribal Office Lwamondo Tribal Office Khakhu Tribal Office Former Mutale Municipality Office

All written documents on the Draft IDP must be addressed to: The Municipal Manager Thulamela Municipality P/Bag x5066 Thohoyandou 0950 By no later than 23rd of April 2018

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RE-ADVERTISEMENT INVITATION TO BID

Request for Bids/Proposals Bid Fee

BID NO.42A/2017/2018 COMPILATION OF 2018/2019 IDP DOCUMENTS Bids are hereby invited from experienced Service Providers for compilation of IDP document for 2018/2019 financial year.

CIDB Compulsory Docs Enquiries Grading Briefing Session/ Available Site Inspection

VDM/COMM/ Provision and R437.00 3SQ or 22/02/ Erection of Concrete Nonhigher 2018/01 Palisade Fence refundable at Makhado Fire Station Stand No:1507

23 April 2018 at 10:00 at the Entrance of Vhembe District Municipality

16 April 2018

VDM/COMM/ Provision and R437.00 3SQ or 05/03/ Erection of Concrete Nonhigher 2018/03 Palisade Fence at refundable Dzanani Fire Station Stand No:2929

23 April 2018 at 10:00 at the Entrance of Vhembe District Municipality

16 April 2018

Technical: General Manager: Community Services, Mr N Mathule, tel. (015) 964-4500 Administrative: Manager: Supply Chain Management, Ms NP Sigida, tel. (015) 960-2075.

VDM/COMM/ Hazmat Technician 05/03/ Training 2018/01

R174.00 None Nonrefundable

23 April 2018 at 12:00 at the Entrance of Vhembe District Municipality

16 April 2018

Technical: General Manager: Community Services, Mr N Mathule, tel. (015) 964-4500 Administrative: Manager: Supply Chain Management, Ms NP Sigida, tel. (015) 960-2075.

VDM/COMM/ Fire-fighting Combat R264.00 None 05/03/ Uniform Non2018/02 refundable

23 April 2018 at 12:00 at the Entrance of Vhembe District Municipality

16 April 2018

Technical: General Manager: Community Services, Mr N Mathule, tel. (015) 964-4500 Administrative: Manager: Supply Chain Management, Ms NP Sigida, tel. (015) 960-2075.

Technical: General Manager: Community Services, Mr N Mathule, tel. (015) 964-4500 Administrative: Manager: Supply Chain Management, Ms NP Sigida, tel. (015) 960-2075.

VDM/COMM/ Purchase of 27/02/ Structural Fire2018/01 fighting Uniform

R264.00 None Nonrefundable

23 April 2018 at 12:00 at the Entrance of Vhembe District Municipality

16 April 2018

Technical: General Manager: Community Services, Mr N Mathule, tel. (015) 964-4500 Administrative: Manager: Supply Chain Management, Ms NP Sigida, tel. (015) 960-2075.

VDM/TECH/ 05/02/ 2018/01

Appointment of service provider to develop and review water safety plan (WSP)

R437.00 None Nonrefundable

24 April 2018 at 10:00 at the Entrance of Vhembe District Municipality

16 April 2018

General Manager: Technical Services, O Nthutang, tel. (015) 960-2000 Administrative: Manager: Supply Chain Management, Ms NP Sigida, tel. (015) 960-2075.

Appointment of service provider to develop operation and maintenance manuals for water and wastewater treatment works

R437.00 None Nonrefundable

24 April 2018 at 10:00 at the Entrance of Vhembe District Municipality

16 April 2018

VDM/TECH/ 05/02/ 2018/02

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

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY

District Municipality

Bid Number Description

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General Manager: Technical Services, O Nthutang, tel. (015) 960-2000 Administrative: Manager: Supply Chain Management, Ms NP Sigida, tel. (015) 960-2075.

Closing Date: 7 May 2018 at 12:00 Completed bid documents, sealed in an envelope marked with the above-mentioned bid number, must be deposited in the bid box, next to the entrance of Vhembe District Municipality Offices, next to Khoroni Hotel (former Venda Tusk Hotel), wherein the bids will be opened in public. The following documents are required and will form part of the bid: • CSD summary report • Tax clearance compliance status letter or tax clearance compliance number • Company registration certificate • Proof of purchased bid document receipt • Proof that the bidder’s municipal business account or any of the director’s municipal accounts is not in arrears. (NB: Municipal Clearance not older than three months) or letter from Traditional Authority indicating that they are not paying rates and taxes • CIDB Certificate (where required) • Certified B-BBEE Verification Certificate. Late bid, telegraphic, e-mails or telefax transmission documents will not be accepted. Vhembe District Municipality reserves the right to accept a bid as a whole or in part and does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid. NB: All service providers/bidders are requested to pre-number and initial their documents before submission. No bid will be accepted from person in the service of the State. Mr M.R. Rambado - Municipal Manager Vhembe District Municipality, Private Bag X5006, Thohoyandou 0950 Human Communications 140494

Bid documents will be available as from the 18 April 2018 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. Bid documents and terms of references are obtainable upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R572.00. Compulsory briefing session will be held only once on the 20 April 2018 at 11h00 at the Thulamela Municipality Information Centre Boardroom, next to traffic circle. Bidders will be expected to submit the bid documents and their proposals together with the following compulsory requirements: • • • • •

Tax Clearance Compliance letter or Pin (for each company if it is a pool of service providers). Company Registration Documents. Proof of updated payments of all the services in the municipality in which the business is registered or where the owner of business resides not older than 3 months and not in arrears for more than 90 days. Proof of registration with South African Council for Planners(SACPLAN). Track record of similar executed projects with contact details, value and contact person.

Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report (Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers 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 act (CCA) in order to claim preference points 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); Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act 5 of 2000) Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the terms of reference and in terms of 80:20 preferential points system and functionality. The minimum threshold for functionality is 60% bidders who score less than 60% will not be considered for further evaluation.

Points for functionality

TARGETED GOALS:

WEIGHT

Similar Experience

40

Financial References

30

Tenderer and Representatives Experience

30

Sub Total: Functionality

100

Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorized person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “BID No. 42A/2017/2018: COMPILATION OF 2018/2019 IDP DOCUMENTS” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer Thulamela Local Municipality offices by no later than 11h00 on 30 April 2018 all tenders received in time will be opened in public in the Thulamela Local Municipality offices. All technical enquiries must be directed to Mr Mashila D or Mr Madi N.N at (015) 962 7727, whereas procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr T.P Mudzili at (015) 962 7629. Please note: 1. Bid documents, which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or electronically by E-mail, or not having the required certificates attached in-line with the terms of reference, will not be considered for further evaluation. 2. The THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid.

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Erratum VDM/TECH/10/01/2018/01

Mutshedzi Regional Water Scheme: Mutshedzi Water Extension

Kindly be informed that the CIDB grading of the above-mentioned bid has been changed from 7CE to 8CE or higher. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Mr MR Rambado - Municipal Manager Vhembe District Municipality, Private Bag X5006, Thohoyandou 0950 Human Communications 140529

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

PUBLIC NOTICE ADJUSTED SDBIP: 2017/18 FINANCIAL YEAR Makhado Local Municipality hereby notifies the public that Council has approved the adjusted SDBIP for 2017/18 financial year. Copies of the Adjusted SDBIP, 2017/18 are readily available at the following respective municipal offices and can be read during office hours from 07h00 to 13h00 and again from 14h00 to 16h00 on Monday to Friday of the week, excluding public holidays. 1. 2. 3.

The Regional Administrator, Ms T G Mabila, Dzanani Regional Office, Dzanani Township The Regional Administrator, Mr. H.P Mobbie, Waterval Regional Office, Waterval Township Main Municipal Office Complex, Office of the Municipal Manager: Performance Management Unit, 1st Floor, Civic Center, Office No. C036.

For more information contact Sigidi Kutelani or Tshikosi K.N @ 015 519 3110 or 015 519 3041 respectively. The complete Adjusted SDBIP is also available on the Municipality’s website at www.makhado.gov.za

District Municipality

Public Notice

Call for Public Comments on the Draft 2018/19-2012/2022 IDP Review & Amendment and 2018/19-2020/21 Budget Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 34 of the Municipal System Act (Act 32 of 2000) and Section 21, 24 of Municipal Finance Management Act (Act 56 of 2003) that the draft 2018/192021/22 IDP Review and Amendment and 2018/19-2020/21 Budget have been approved by Council on 28 March 2018. In terms of Section 23 of MFMA and section 16/21/29 of MSA, a municipal council must consult on the tabled IDP and Budget. It is in this context that the district is inviting comments and inputs on the draft 2018/192021/2022 IDP Review and Amendment and 2018/19-2020/21 Budget. Copies will be available for public inspection and comment from 9 April to 4 May 2018 at all local municipal offices, i.e. Makhado, Musina, Collins Chabane and Thulamela, Traditional Councils and the Municipality’s website: www.vhembe.gov.za Public consultation meetings will be held as follows: Date Municipality Venue Time 17 April 2018 Musina Local Municipality Madimbo Community Hall 09:00 18 April 2018 Collins Chabane Local Municipality Malamulele Boxing Gym 09:00 19 April 2018 Makhado Local Municipality Makhado Show Ground 09:00 24 April 2018 Thulamela Local Municipality Thohoyandou Indoor Sport Centre 09:00 All interested residents, business and community structures, institutions and private sectors are hereby invited to submit written comments on the 2018/19-2021/2022 Draft IDP Review an Amendment and 2018/19-2020/21 Budget, addressed to the Municipal Manager. The comments may also be faxed to (015) 962-1017 or e-mailed to mmoffice@vhembe.gov.za or posted to Vhembe District Municipality, Private Bag X5006, Thohoyandou 0950. For more information, contact the IDP Manager, Mr SR Matloga at (015) 960-3530, or the Chief Financial Officer, Mr ND Mchavi at (015) 960-2059. Mr MR Rambado - Municipal Manager Human Communications 140652

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS BASIC ASSESSMENT PROCESS FOR AN APPLICATION FOR A PROSPECTING RIGHT AT MUILA VILLAGE WITHIN THE MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, LIMPOPO PROVINCE

Project Name: Basic Assessment Process for an application for a prospecting right at Muila village within the Makhado Local Municipality, Limpopo Province Project Applicant: Manngwe Mining (Pty)Ltd

MR. N.F. TSHIVHENGWA MUNICIPAL MANAGER

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY RE-ADVERTISEMENT INVITATION TO BID

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Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 36 of 2018 File No: 16/8/1

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

Thulamela Municipality invites prospective Service Providers for supply of the following goods. BID NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

BID PRICE

COMPULSORY BRIEFING

Contact Person

EVALUATION CRITERIA

BID NO 53/ 2017/ 2018A

Supply and delivery of Office furniture

R572-00

None

Mr Sikhwilvhilu (015 962 7686/083 414 0580) or Ms Mudau P (015 962 7543)

First stage evaluation in terms 85% minimum thresh hold for local production content Second stage in terms of 80/20 preferential points

Bid documents will be available as from the 17 April 2018 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. Interested service providers are invited to the compulsory briefing session on the 23 April 2018 at Thulamela Municipal Boardroom at 10:00 am. Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance letter. • 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 executed successfully projects with clients contact details and contract value. • The appointed service provider will be requested to bring a sample in line with the specs for approval prior to delivery Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report (Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers registered on the CSD. NB: Service providers must submit their certified 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 Only locally produced or manufactured office furniture from local raw material or input with a minimum threshold of 85% for local content will be considered. If the raw material or input to be used for a specific item is not available locally bidders should obtain written authorization from the DTI should they be a need to import such raw material or input, and a copy of authorization letter must be submitted together with the bid document at the closing date and time of the bid. The exchange rate to be used for the calculation of local production and content must be the exchange rate published by the South African Reserve Bank at 12h00 on the date of advertisement. Only bureau of standard (SABS) approved technical specification no 1286/2011 must be used to calculated local content. 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, 2 May 2018. 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.

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Samrand Reference Number: LP30/1/1/3/2/1(13126) EM Proposed Activity: Manngwe Mining (Pty) Ltd is applying for an Prospecting, in terms of Section 24 of the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) read with Regulation 19 of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations, 2014 (amended April 2017) and Section 16 of the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002 (Act No. 28 of 2002), as amended by Section 12 of the MPRDA, 2008 (Act No. 49 of 2008), an Environmental Authorisation is required for prospecting activities on Farm Donkerhoek 405 LS, Klipbank 406 L, Overschot 408 LS, Klein Kemp 409 LS, Stukfontein 478 LS, Minnaarsdraai 1177 LS, Rietbult 523 LS and Goedgedacht 1179 LS situated at Muila Village within Makhado Local Municipality, Limpopo Province. Environmental Impact Assessment Process: Tshikovha Green and Climate Change Advocates (Pty) Ltd (“TGCCA”) has been appointed as the Independent Environmental Consultants to undertake the environmental impact assessment and carry out the public participation process on behalf of Manngwe Mining (Pty)Ltd. The proposed project will trigger listed activities from: Listing Notice 1 of Government Notice R.327 (amended April 2017). In this regard, a Basic Assessment (“BAR”) process contemplated in Regulations 21 - 24 of the EIA Regulations, 2014 (amended April 2017), published in Government Notice R.327 will be followed in order to obtain an EA from the competent authorities. Availability of the Draft Basic Assessment Report (“DBAR”). A draft Basic Assessment Report has been compiled and will be available for a 30-day public and authority review period from 13 April to 15 May 2018. The reports will be available at Muila Tribal Office Next to Muila Clinic (Co-ordinates: 23.366950° S, 29.978310” E;) from 31 March 2018. You are kindly requested to register your details on this project database and provide your written comments by no later than 15 May 2018.

Interested and/or Affected Parties (IAPs) who wish to participate by contributing comments, or who would like to obtain more information, should please contact Thulisile Phakathi or Moudy Mudzielwana of TGCCA through the following methods: Post 260 Troye Street, Sunny Side, Pretoria, 0002; Mobile: 083 949 9427 / 076 431 1016, or E-mail: thulisile@tshikovhacom.co.za / moudy@tshikovhacom.co.za.

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS BASIC ASSESSMENT PROCESS FOR AN APPLICATION FOR A PROSPECTING RIGHT AT MUILA VILLAGE WITHIN THE MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, LIMPOPO PROVINCE

Project Name: Basic Assessment Process for an application for a Prospecting Right at Muila village within the Makhado Local Municipality, Limpopo Province Project Applicant: Manngwe Mining (Pty)Ltd Samrand Reference Number: LP30/1/1/3/2/1(13127) EM Proposed Activity: Manngwe Mining (Pty) Ltd is applying for an Prospecting, in terms of Section 24 of the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) read with Regulation 19 of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations, 2014 (amended April 2017) and Section 16 of the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002 (Act No. 28 of 2002), as amended by Section 12 of the MPRDA, 2008 (Act No. 49 of 2008), an Environmental Authorisation is required for prospecting activities on Farm Boschkopjes 315 LS valdiglen 326 LS, Bankop 319 LS, Zwartranjes37, Nat Kruit 378 LS, Beschuitkal 379 LS, Driekloof 417 LS, Waterpan 401 LS, Schaaphoek 400 LS, Uikershoek 389 LS, Diepgezet 390 LS, Vlyfontein 310 LS, Syferfontein 8LT,Waterpan 401 LS, Zwartfontein 392 LS and Uitschot 84 LS situated at Muila Village within Makhado Local Municipality, Limpopo Province. Environmental Impact Assessment Process: Tshikovha Green and Climate Change Advocates (Pty) Ltd (“TGCCA”) has been appointed as the Independent Environmental Consultants to undertake the environmental impact assessment and carry out the public participation process on behalf of Manngwe Mining (Pty)Ltd. The proposed project will trigger listed activities from: Listing Notice 1 of Government Notice R.327 (amended April 2017). In this regard, a Basic Assessment (“BAR”) process contemplated in Regulations 17-20 of the EIA Regulations, 2014 (amended April 2017), published in Government Notice R.327 will be followed in order to obtain an EA from the competent authorities. Availability of the Draft Basic Assessment Report (“DBAR”). A draft Basic Assessment Report has been compiled and will be available for a 30-day public and authority review period from 13 April 2018 to 15 May 2018. The reports will be available at Muila Tribal Office next to Muila Clinic (Co-ordinates: 23.366950° S, 29.978310” E) from 13 April 2018. You are kindly requested to register your details on this project database and provide your written comments by no later than 15 May 2018.

Interested and/or Affected Parties (IAPs) who wish to participate by contributing comments, or who would like to obtain more information, should please contact Thulisile Phakathi or Moudy Mudzielwana of TGCCA through the following methods: Post 260 Troye Street, Sunny Side, Pretoria, 0002; Mobile: 083 949 9427 / 076 431 1016, or E-mail: thulisile@tshikovhacom.co.za / moudy@tshikovhacom.co.za.

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Important victory for Lidoda Duvha By Frank Mavhungu

Leopards’ goal scorer, Ivan Mahangwahaya, celebrates after scoring the goal. SAB/MMK Administrators A Played Won Draw Lost 23 20 3 0 23 17 3 3 21 17 2 2 23 14 4 5 23 11 7 5 24 10 8 6 22 7 6 9 18 6 4 8 23 47 6 10 23 7 6 10 22 7 5 10 23 6 7 10 25 6 7 12 24 6 6 12 23 5 7 11 23 5 4 14 23 3 7 13 20 4 4 12

For 60 45 51 46 39 37 27 22 35 32 34 26 23 35 30 27 18 10

Against Points 16 63 27 54 21 53 19 46 30 40 30 38 24 27 18 22 38 27 39 27 46 26 29 25 34 25 40 24 41 22 45 19 41 16 37 16

SAB/MMK Administrators B Team Played Won Draw Lost Phandulaluvalo 24 14 8 2 Tshidzini Y Fighters 25 12 11 2 Mukula Young Santos 24 13 7 4 Matangari High Aims 26 13 7 6 Khubvi Dangerous Dakkies 26 11 6 9 Matagari Rising Stars 25 9 9 7 Madandila Happy Boys 25 7 11 7 Thenzheni Liverpool 25 6 13 6 Mahagala Young Stars 24 8 7 9 Tshifudi XI Experince 25 7 9 9 Mukula Jamaican Stars 24 7 9 8 Tshitasini City FC 25 8 5 12 Gaba Union Fighters 24 6 10 8 Musasenda Big XI 26 5 12 9 Tshilonwe Young Bombers 23 8 3 12 Tshaulu Powerline 23 7 4 12 Tshaulu Gheto Boys 24 5 9 10 Mutale Vikings 26 6 6 14 Matsika Shooting Stars 22 6 4 12

For 42 48 41 50 26 27 29 37 27 34 24 33 24 37 33 31 25 23 18

Against Points 17 50 30 47 21 46 34 46 27 39 21 36 29 32 31 31 29 31 31 30 29 30 54 29 32 28 40 27 44 27 36 25 29 24 43 24 32 22

SAB/MMK Administrators: C Team Played Won Draw Lost Nweli Stone Breakers 22 14 4 4 Mbilwi New Generation 23 12 8 3 Rockers FC 22 11 9 2 Tshambobvu Junior Aces 22 12 5 5 Shonisani FC 23 9 11 3 Maranzhe Hungry Lion 23 8 10 5 Makhuvha All Stars 23 8 9 6 Ngwenani Young Chiefs 22 8 7 7 Godeni United 22 9 4 9 Ngovhela Backside 23 6 8 9 Ngudza Young Vultures 22 7 4 11 Vondwe XI Bullets 23 6 7 10 Marula XI 22 5 8 9 The Dolphins 22 6 5 11 Themba Sunrise Riders 22 5 5 12 Mutuwa Brazilians 23 4 5 14 Dobby Freedom Birds 23 4 5 14

For 38 35 36 31 35 27 29 34 3 25 26 21 33 25 27 19 16

Against Points 16 46 24 44 22 42 14 41 20 38 25 34 24 33 30 31 35 31 30 26 31 25 26 25 30 23 31 23 39 20 45 17 47 17

SAB/MMK Administrators D Team Played Won Draw Lost Tshakhuma RO Nandilani 23 19 2 2 Tshivhazwaulu P Makers 23 11 10 2 Flying Eagles United FC 25 11 8 6 Gwamasanga Brothers 25 11 6 8 Beuster Mighty Chiefs 25 11 4 10 Shayandima Disco Five 25 8 9 8 Mutandani Pull Together 21 9 5 7 Phungo All Stars 23 8 8 7 Tshakhuma KK Revolution 22 9 5 8 Univen FC 21 9 4 8 Duthuni Happy Boys 22 8 7 7 Cobra Stars FC 24 7 6 11 Kalahari FC 22 6 7 9 Voweto Max Force 24 6 5 13 Shayandima FC Dyamos 23 4 7 12 Tswinga Peace Makers 24 5 4 15 Mutsha Atlantis 24 4 7 13

For 53 30 28 29 23 32 23 19 27 22 21 21 15 25 20 26 15

Against Points 9 59 15 43 24 41 24 39 25 37 29 33 16 32 15 32 31 32 20 31 24 31 33 27 18 25 38 23 29 19 43 19 36 19

SAB/MMK Administrators: E Team Played Won Drawn Lost Makhitha Oscar Stars 21 16 5 0 Mpheni Home Defenders 20 16 2 2 Western Stars 21 12 6 3 Magau United 21 12 5 4 Maebani Young Eagles 23 10 7 6 Makhitha Yellow Birds 20 10 5 5 Makhitha Iya Runga 23 9 7 7 Zamenkomste FC 21 7 8 6 LTT Murunwa TVET 21 8 3 10 Midoroni Real Hearts 22 7 4 11 Muraleni United Brothers 21 5 7 9 Makhitha Up The Brooms 22 6 4 12 Manavhela Black Aces 22 4 8 10 Tshikhwani Stone Breakers 21 4 5 12 Madombidzha Arsenal 21 4 5 12 Rainbow All Sports Academy21 4 4 13 Zoutpansberg Powerlines 21 3 3 15

For 44 56 37 39 34 34 37 32 28 28 22 36 20 17 23 14 16

Against Points 14 53 8 50 17 42 21 41 36 35 22 3 36 34 28 39 31 27 40 25 35 22 50 22 34 20 29 17 37 17 32 16 47 12

Team United Artists Muziafere Blue Eagles SMSA FC Makovha All Stars Sidou Peace Makers Khandhani FC Langutani Blue Birds Langurani Blue Birds Malamulele United Shigamani FC Budeli United Royal Arsenal Hozana Guptas Govhu Black Bulls Matsakali Sky Rangers Mphego Shooting Stars Dididi Manguvhewa FC Scotch Winters

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A substitute, Ivan Mahangwahaya, scored the only goal and earned three important points for Black Leopards in their National First Division League match against Uthongathi FC at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Saturday. The visitors from KZN demonstrated that they would be happy with a draw and they played defensive football from the onset. The home side missed two clear chances in the first 20 minutes. Their overlapping left back, Khuliso Mudau, received a neat pass from Meshack Maphangule just outside the box in the 8th minute and shot wide with the stranded keeper already beaten. Moments later Phathutshedzo Nange initiated a solo move from the middle of the park before unleashing a ground cutter in the 25-meter area. The ball hit the Uthongathi wall and landed outside the field of play for a corner kick. The only time Uthon-

gathi threatened to score in the first half was when Andile Khumalo went loose from the right corner and dished in a square pass. As if all his team mates were hypnotized, they watched the ball going pass the goal mouth to the other wing. Realizing that their scoring machine, Mwape Musonda, was out of form, the Leopards’ coach, Mr Joel Masutha, replaced him with Ivan Mahangwahaya nine minutes into the second half. Uthongathi responded by effecting two changes to their starting line-up. To prove that Uthongathi were happy with a draw, they started to apply delaying tactics in the opening minutes of the last half. Their keeper, Edward More, claimed to have sustained an injury on five occasions. A scramble within the box in the 84th minute gave birth to the Leopards’ all-important goal. Ivan Mahangwahaya gave the ball a final touch. Uthongathi started to play Sbusiso Magaqa of Uthongathi (front) and Marks Munyai of Leopards attacking football soon afterwards, but it was too late. chase the ball.

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SAB/MMK Administrators: F Team Played Won Draw Lost Wayeni Sea Robbers 24 21 3 0 Mashamba Soccer Acad 25 17 3 5 Vyeboom Marikana 27 14 9 4 Kurhuleni Happy Fighters 25 14 7 4 Mashamba Benfica Utd 25 13 6 6 Mashau Thondoni United 26 13 4 9 Mulima FC 26 10 9 7 Phadziri FC 25 9 9 7 Bokkies Scientists 24 11 2 11 Mukondeni Shooting 26 8 9 9 Mambedi FC 25 8 7 10 Eleven Worrier 27 7 9 11 Valdezia Depotivo 22 8 5 9 Madadzhi Eversmilling Stars 25 8 4 13 Maweni Lucky Stars 23 6 8 9 Tshivhuyuni Two for Joy 26 4 9 13 Tshinavhe FC 25 5 6 14 Bofulamato United 25 3 10 12 Sereni Home Boys FC 23 4 3 16 Majosi Blazing Ambers 22 2 4 16

For 65 50 37 36 31 31 41 16 30 20 21 24 26 18 18 21 26 16 15 14

Against Points 10 66 22 54 28 51 13 49 19 45 26 43 31 39 12 36 21 35 19 33 29 31 36 30 29 29 38 28 22 26 34 21 52 21 29 19 43 15 43 10

SAB/MMK Administrators: G Team Played Won Draw Lost Tshivhilidulu H Lion 21 14 6 1 Maelula United Brothers 21 13 4 4 Rabali Pull Together 20 11 8 1 Matanda Rockers 22 12 5 5 Phadzima KSP Young Stars 22 12 4 6 Tshituni Hot Spurs 22 10 6 6 Seven United Brothers 22 8 7 7 Tshikuwi Stone Breakers 21 8 7 3 Mauluma Black Mambas 21 8 4 9 Dopeni Mighty Comrades 21 7 5 9 Nzhelele Young All 22 6 7 9 Sangoma Black Robbers 21 7 3 11 Mamvuka Black Stars 21 6 4 11 Edson Muraida 21 6 4 11 Khakhu Real Vultures 20 2 3 15 Nzhelele Home Sweepers 22 0 3 19

For 38 25 35 32 38 32 32 18 20 21 25 35 22 22 16 16

Against Points 11 48 10 43 10 41 23 41 22 40 26 36 27 31 17 31 20 28 21 26 34 25 29 24 26 22 33 22 55 9 63 3

SAB/MMK Administrators: H Team Played Won Draw Lost Annel Real Viking 20 11 6 3 Berea FC 17 11 4 2 Ingwe FC 19 10 5 4 Musina All Stars 18 10 3 5 Bale United 20 8 8 4 Folovhodwe Stone Breakers 21 7 7 7 Musina United 18 7 6 5 Tshiilamusi Super E 21 6 6 9 Mapakoni Vikings 19 7 3 9 Tshiungani Young Chiefs 21 5 7 9 Muswhodi Happy Fighters 21 4 9 8 Masisi Young Stars 20 5 6 9 Lwathudwa Black Movers 21 5 4 12 Tshenzhelani Diiteleni 20 4 6 10 Tshisimani Top Challenges 18 4 6 8

For 31 26 26 39 27 17 22 20 25 20 17 19 21 15 16

Against Points 18 39 7 37 17 35 25 33 19 32 17 28 16 27 26 24 32 24 32 22 21 21 27 21 32 19 23 18 29 18

SAB/MMK Administrators: I Team Played Won Draw Lost Ficus FC 24 16 3 5 Sambandou Unt Profession 25 15 5 5 Mutshenzheni Gorillas 26 16 3 8 Muledzi Fire Boys 24 13 5 6 Rambuda Young Fighters 25 10 10 5 Makuya Try Again 25 9 10 6 Makuya Juinor Aces 24 8 13 3 Phaphama All Stars 25 10 7 8 Tshandami Try Together 26 9 9 8 Lukau FC 23 9 8 6 Mulodi Freedom Birds 25 8 11 6 Thengwe Flying Peace 25 8 9 8 Mavunde Hungry Vultures 24 9 3 12 Madzivhanan Primer United 23 6 4 13 Mavuma FC 24 6 4 14 Muhuya Copper Stars 26 5 7 14 Mulodi Young Santos 22 3 6 13 Tshixwadza Brazilians 20 0 1 19

For 37 43 42 51 34 44 33 39 23 38 25 31 26 27 29 33 23 13

Against Points 20 51 23 50 30 48 27 44 21 40 27 37 24 37 38 37 24 36 23 35 22 35 32 33 27 30 38 22 42 22 52 22 49 15 72 1

MAKHADO CORRECTIONAL CENTRE INMATES' Played Won Draw Lost For 11 9 0 2 42 12 7 3 2 36 11 6 3 2 31 11 4 4 3 22 11 4 2 5 20 11 3 3 5 22 11 3 0 8 20 10 0 1 9 10

Against Points 15 27 17 24 13 21 14 16 22 14 30 12 48 9 42 1

Team

Celtic Black Leopard Pirates Real Madrid Sundowns Blackpool Ajax Copper Port

Team Mamelodi Sundowns Orlando Pirates Maritzburg United Kaizer Chiefs Free State Stars Cape Town City FC Chippa United Baroka FC Bloemfontein Celtic Bidvest Wits AmaZulu FC Golden Arrows Polokwane City SuperSport United Ajax Cape Town Platinum Stars

Absa Premiership Played Won Draw Lost 25 15 4 6 25 12 9 4 26 10 9 7 26 9 12 5 26 10 8 8 26 10 5 11 26 7 12 7 26 7 12 7 26 8 9 9 24 8 8 8 26 7 11 8 26 6 13 7 26 6 12 8 25 6 9 10 25 6 6 13 26 4 9 13

For 41 33 31 21 25 24 24 30 22 22 24 29 28 20 22 17

Against Points 21 49 23 45 18 39 18 39 25 38 25 35 23 33 32 33 29 33 25 32 29 32 29 31 31 30 27 27 27 24 31 21

Team Highlands Park Black Leopards Jomo Cosmos Real Kings Witbank Spurs Tshakhuma Tsha Madzi Cape Town All Stars Mbombela United Pretoria University FC Stellenbosch Royal Eagles Ubuntu Cape Town Richards Bay Uthongathi FC Super Eagles Mthatha Bucks

National First Division Played Won Draw Lost 26 18 5 3 26 12 8 6 26 12 6 8 26 10 10 6 26 9 12 5 26 10 6 10 26 8 11 7 26 10 6 10 26 8 8 10 26 7 10 9 26 6 10 10 26 6 10 10 26 6 10 10 26 5 12 9 26 6 9 11 26 4 9 13

For 56 34 40 29 30 28 22 28 28 21 37 26 23 17 21 26

Against Points 11 59 17 44 30 42 21 40 26 39 39 36 19 35 35 33 38 32 29 31 40 28 33 28 33 28 22 27 35 27 38 21

Team Swongozwi Masters Vhulaudzi Masters LTT Masters Senedza Masters Ellis Masters Dzanani 1 T/Association Sinthumele Kutama Tshikhwani Masters Wesifa Mastes Mandiwana Masters Ngovhela Masters Khakhu Masters Mudimeli Masters Makungwi Masters Mphaila Masters Rachi's Civil Masters Matidza Masters

Vhembe Masters Soccer League Played Won Draw Lost 24 16 6 2 24 16 4 4 24 15 5 4 22 15 3 4 24 15 2 7 22 13 4 5 23 13 4 6 24 13 2 9 23 11 7 5 25 11 2 12 24 7 7 10 24 8 1 15 23 6 4 13 24 6 2 16 25 3 6 16 23 4 2 17 25 2 5 18

For 81 94 82 84 58 62 60 77 69 56 52 40 37 30 24 14 33

Against Points 38 54 33 52 47 50 36 48 52 47 23 43 38 43 46 41 50 40 35 70 55 28 46 25 79 22 64 20 78 15 50 14 86 11

Sinthumule Kutama Stream A Team Played Won Draw Lost Greemway Sports Academy 9 8 1 0 Benny Sports Academy 10 7 3 0 Madombidzha Try Again 13 5 6 2 Madombidzha Celtics 10 6 2 2 Matika FC 10 6 1 3 Ravele Highlanders FC 10 6 1 4 Ravele Black Dragons 12 6 0 6 Tshikota Chelsea FC 11 5 2 4 Tshiozwi Barcelona FC 11 4 1 6 Sinthumule Dangerous 12 3 3 6 Chris United FC 12 2 5 5 Gogobole Bucs FC 9 3 1 5 Gogobole Home Defenders 11 2 3 6 Tshiozwe Mates FC 12 2 2 8 Ramahantsha Lotavha 5 1 0 4 Tshiozwi Dynamos FC 6 0 1 5

For 32 24 25 22 21 23 33 13 16 12 14 17 9 16 9 7

Against Points 6 25 6 24 14 21 14 20 12 19 20 19 23 18 11 17 17 13 33 12 18 11 21 10 28 9 28 8 14 3 27 1

Sinthumule Kutama Stream B Played Won Draw Lost MML FC 11 7 2 2 Manavhela Ablex FC 9 5 4 0 Zoutpansberg Powerline 7 5 2 0 Mira Black Pull 9 4 4 1 Manyeleti FC 10 4 2 4 Madodonga Happy Hearts 10 4 2 4 Maebani Aces United 10 3 4 3 Muraleni Young Rebellions 10 2 7 1 Muduluni Young Chiefs 10 3 2 5 Zamenkomste Happy 10 3 1 6 Kutama Young Stars 11 1 2 8 Makhitha Yellow Birds 8 0 0 7

For 19 19 14 16 11 12 14 8 11 11 12 10

Against Points 16 23 8 19 8 17 8 16 11 14 11 14 7 13 6 13 13 11 15 10 26 5 20 3

Team

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Hlanganani Stream A Team Played Won Draw Lost Mashamba Record Breakers 12 9 1 2 Bungeni Y Diplomats 11 7 2 2 Mbokota FC 10 7 2 1 Masakona United FC 10 6 1 3 Basani Arsenal FC 11 5 3 3 Caledon Junior Birds 11 5 1 5 Njhakanjhaka Mighty 11 4 3 4 Matsila Morning S 12 3 6 3 Njhakanjhaka United 11 3 2 6 Jomo Young Stars 10 3 1 6 Riverside FC 10 3 1 6 Bodwe FC 10 1 2 7 Chavani United FC 9 0 2 7 Pfananani FC 2 0 1 1

For 30 17 15 20 15 21 11 13 14 9 10 4 12 1

Against Points 15 28 9 23 7 23 11 19 13 18 18 16 11 15 16 13 16 11 15 10 17 10 19 5 21 2 4 1

Hlanganani Stream B Team Played Won Draw Lost Mailaskop Pull Together 9 7 5 0 Slanger AC Milan 7 6 1 0 Mpheni Barcelona 8 5 1 2 Mukondeni United FC 9 4 2 3 Lambani United FC 8 4 2 2 Elim Blackpool Juniors 9 3 4 2 Tshiwisa Mukonde FC 9 4 1 4 Donkerhoek City Crush 8 3 2 2 Koki FC 8 3 1 4 Mamphage Tip Top 22 6 6 10 Vleifontein United FC 9 2 4 3 Mailaskop Academy 9 2 3 4 Mailaskop Action Killers 8 2 2 4 Elim All Stars 9 2 2 5 Manyima Mars Brothers 7 2 1 4 Elim Double Class 7 2 1 4 Tanaka FC 9 1 1 7

For 16 14 12 11 8 10 9 13 12 26 5 10 10 7 11 9 6

Against Points 6 23 5 19 10 16 5 14 6 14 7 13 6 13 8 12 13 10 26 24 9 10 14 9 11 8 15 8 13 7 11 7 23 4

Makhado Local Football Association Nzhelele Stream A

Team Played Shanzha Continentals 5 Matshavhawe Come T See 14 Mauluma Light Commanders11 Vuvha Diggers United 13 Vuvha Kill Them All 14 Vuvha Kill Them All 3 Raliphaswa FC 14 Makungwi Ackron 15 Matshavhawe United FC 12 Mavhunga Home Sweepers 12 Mauluma All Stars 12 Murunwa XI Experience 13 Mavhunga Thondoni 15 Maelula New Mates 11 Thirenzheni 7 Leopards 13 Maelula Stars 8 Phadzima Shining Stars 8

Won 11 9 9 9 6 1 4 5 3 4 5 4 4 2 1 2 2

Draw 0 1 0 0 4 1 5 2 7 4 1 4 2 5 6 1 1

Lost 4 4 2 4 4 1 5 8 2 4 6 5 9 4 6 5 5

For 24 23 27 27 22 7 20 16 19 16 19 21 15 15 10 10 10

Against Points 14 33 13 28 27 6 12 27 15 22 3 4 16 17 35 17 17 16 15 16 21 16 28 16 26 14 17 11 17 9 19 7 19 7

Makhado Local Football Association Nzhelele Stream B

Team

Played FUBS 13 Khakhu Young Chiefs 11 Tshiendeulu New Castle 10 Khalavha Young Chiefs 13 Tshithuthuni Remember 10 Siloam XI Bullets 10 Mandala Young Vultures 12 Tshikhudo FC 10 Mudunugu Try Again 9 Maname Young Tigers 13 Thonona All Stars 10 Khalavha Napoli FC 12 S.J Mesaton FC 11 MTM United Bros 12 Milaboni Chop Them Down 13 Tshikombani Super Stars 10 T.T Devoted Boys 9

Won 9 8 7 5 6 6 6 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1

Draw 3 2 3 7 3 3 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 3 1 3 3

Lost 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 6 5 6 10 6 5

For 19 26 27 29 12 12 16 14 8 10 10 5 8 9 8 7 8

Against Points 6 29 7 26 9 24 12 22 4 21 7 21 14 21 15 14 7 11 14 11 11 10 10 10 15 10 18 10 15 7 13 6 24 6

Makhado Local Football Association Nzhelele Stream C

Team Played Luvhalani Sunshine Pirates 14 Matanda Jucentus 12 Matsa All Stars 10 Mumohohi Home Boys 12 Mudimeli Bomo 11 Paradise Manaco Ratas 12 Mune Pumps 10 Madiwana Soccer Development 12 Mudimeli Bombers 7 Rabali Black Pool 5 Mamvuka Disco Five 9 Mamvuka Disco Five 9 Paradise Maname 10 Ramalamula Mountain Achiefs 10 Tshiswenda Juventus 9 Mphaila Young Tigers 11 Mabirimisa Powerline 5 Matsa Freedon Fighters 5 Matsa Northern Brothers 5

Won 8 6 6 6 5 5 6 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 3 2 0 1 0

Draw 6 4 2 2 5 4 0 2 2 2 1 1 3 3 0 2 1 0 0

Lost 1 2 2 4 1 3 3 5 1 0 5 5 6 5 6 7 4 4 5

For 24 6 22 12 19 12 15 12 11 8 14 14 7 11 12 8 2 2 0

Against Points 10 30 13 22 10 20 12 20 9 20 9 19 12 18 12 17 8 14 1 11 16 11 16 11 17 10 11 9 18 9 24 8 13 1 9 3 8 0


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Ablex silence Makhado By Kaizer Nengovhela Ablex United silenced Mikhado FC in their Safa Limpopo ABC Motsepe league clash, when they beat them 3-1 at the Makhado showgrounds on Saturday. Mikhado was only good at the far back and their midfielders hesitated for too long and did not release the ball in time to the goal poachers. Ablex initiated some promising moves from the centre of the pitch but were denied several scoring opportunities by the opposing defenders. Owen Thuto scored his team’s first goal in the 16th minute. The goal was a wakeup call to the players of Mikhado, who started to play their normal style of football soon afterwards.

After the goal, Mikhado came back strongly, but the keeper of Ablex, Ndivhuwo Tshidada denied them a goal when he fisted Zwivhuya Mbadaliga’s volley away. RaHumbulani Managa of Ablex forced his way through the defence of Mikhado and realesed a rocket from outside the box to score his team’s second goal. The boys from Nzhelele (Mikhado) introduced Vutomi Maluleke at the expense of Zwivhuya Mbadaliga in the 67th minute. Mpho Mavhandu scored Ablex’s third goal after he finished in a square ball from Liyod Davhana. Rendani “Sailor” Thavhana of Mikhado reduced the margin late in the match after receiving a good pass from Tshimanagdzo Mavhungu.

By Frank Mavhungu If Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) are serious about securing a place in the promotional play-offs at the end of the season, they must prove it by beating Real Kings at the Thohoyandou Stadium tomorrow afternoon. Apart from the fact that TTM must win the match to enhance their promotional play-off chances, a victory against Real Kings will restore their lost pride. TTM donated points to their opponents in the last four matches. It remains to be seen whether the Kings’ defenders will be able to stop the TTM goal poachers, Monde Mpambaniso, Themba Ndlovu and Aluwani “Killer” Nedzamba. Should they fail to collect the maximum points tomorrow, TTM must forget about taking part in the promotional play-offs at the end of the season. The fact that Real Kings are also one of the five promotional play-off contenders is reason enough for the local football fanatics to expect a thriller. The relegations candidates, Uthongathi FC and Ubuntu Cape Town, will fight for the league points at the Princess Magogo Stadium in Durban. Ubuntu are sharpened to kill after beating Super Eagles 3-0 away from home last Saturday. Mbombela United will host Stellenbosch FC at the Kabokweni Stadium in Nelspruit. Highlands Park will host Mthatha Bucks at the Makhulong Stadium in Thembisa. Highlands Park are already promoted to the elite division and their remaining four league matches will be a formality. Pretoria University will entertain Cape Town All Stars at the

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13 April 2018 Limpopo Mirror  

Independent local newspaper bringing you the news, sport and more from the Northern areas of the Limpopo province, South Africa.

13 April 2018 Limpopo Mirror  

Independent local newspaper bringing you the news, sport and more from the Northern areas of the Limpopo province, South Africa.

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