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Four family members die in horrific accident

Wiped out By Kaizer Nengovhela The community around Nzhelele area is still shocked after the death of four people, a mother, father and two sons, who were killed in a horrifying accident at the Witvlag T-junction with the N1 last Friday. According the police, Mr Phathutshedzo Tshigodime (30), Ms Cynthia Tshigodime (31) and two sons, Benjamin (5) and Daniel (6 months), were on the way home from Makhado town when the accident occurred. They were driving in a Toyota bakkie. Along the way, the car collided head-on with a truck. The family, who were residents of Siloam in the Nzhelele area, died instantly. A family representative, Mr Petrus Tshigodime, said that the family had accepted the loss, although it was difficult to cope with. “We understand and accept that our beloved children are gone, but it will be very difficult for us to live without them. It is also important to acknowledge the community´s support since we were greeted with the bad news. God has done His will,” he said. King Toni-Mphephu Ramabulana expressed his

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13 December 2013 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Fire destroys family house at Mpheni Block A Ms Makuwa’s spouse, Mr Freddy Siphuma (58), was away when the incident took place. “I was busy keeping an eye on my flock of goats and a herd of cattle in the fields, when my wife told me about the damage the fire had caused to our property,” said Siphuma. Both Siphuma and Makuwa are unemployed. Ward 15’s committee member Ms Elizabeth Mushapho visited the family and arranged for the disaster department in the Makhado Municipality to help the family. “The family needs quick relief assistance,” she said. “We’ve also arranged for the family to re-apply for IDs and birth certificates at Makhado Home Affairs’ office as a matter urgency.” Mr Freddy Siphuma assesses the damage caused by the fire at his home on Sunday morning.

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Young resident of Phadzima killed by lightning A young resident of Phadzima was struck by lightning on Wednesday night. Victor Mulaudzi (17) died instantly after being struck by a sudden lightning bolt. He was a Grade 8 scholar at the Humbelani Secondary School. “The incident took place at about 16:00. When we arrived at the scene, the young man was lying dead on the ground,” said the spokesperson for the Siloam SAPS, W/O Edward Tharaga. The young man’s aunt, Ms Norah Musiamo, said the family members were still in shock and they were battling to come to terms with what had happened. Norah told Limpopo Mirror that Victor wanted to become a policeman. He was the youngest son and

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is survived by two sisters and two brothers. Their parents died some 10 years ago. The family have no money to bury him and his unemployed brothers are now appealing to members of the community to assist them. Cllr Richardt Thandavahathu described the young man as a brave young soldier. “We only have to accept it, because we cannot change the situation. The death of this young man is synonymous with a flowering tree that loses flowers that were supposed to turn into fruit,” Thandavhathu added. People who can assist the family can contact them at 073 7069632. The burial is scheduled to take place tomorrow (Saturday).

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Hard work does not kill; instead, it pays off. As I take time to pen this article, I take my cue of this saying from personal experience. I have just been promoted to become a full professor at the University of South Africa. To God be the glory for all the work that He is accomplishing through my life. I take this opportunity to first and foremost convey a message of support to the Mandela family for their loss in the person of the first and former president of a democratic South Africa. He worked hard for the nation, but at the same time, we need to acknowledge that he was a family man dedicated to their well-being as well. The nation is indeed mourning such a great statesman. He was made from a different cloth and his legacy will continue to inspire many for decades to come. As we toil and labour to realize our visions in life, we must never do it at the expense of our families. I have worked hard to be where I am today, a full professor at Unisa, but I can safely say ‘’not at the expense of my family’’. I spend quality time with them in the midst of all the hard work to ensure that there is peace and harmony. I do not want to die and be reckoned as a guru in theology but also as somebody who never had a life when it came to family. I have time to do lunch with my wife more often, especially because we have the grace of working together at the same institution, something that we thank God for. My advice to all hardworking men and women out there is that you need to create a balance between work and family. This implies that you need to be more creative in terms of time management. Six hours of sleep is healthy for everybody and therefore you need to be more

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Lindelani Mulaudzi, sister of the deceased, shows where her brother was struck by lightning.

Mukhethwa Siphuma, Thilivhali Siphuma, Ms Esther Makuwa, Mr Freddy Siphuma and Tshifularo Siphuma.

The Siphuma family in Mpheni Block A are devastated after a fire gutted their house in the early hours of Sunday. The 48-year-old Ms Esther Makuwa and her three daughters, Mukhethwa Siphuma (12), Thilivhali Siphuma (18) and Tshifularo Siphuma (14) went to sleep, but at around 03:00 Ms Makhuwa was awakened by the smell of smoke choking her. She quickly checked around her and noticed dark smoke spiralling up from the main switch box of the electricity. By then, parts of the thatched roofing started falling down in flames. “I pulled the door open and started lifting my children and throwing them out of the door one after the other,” said Ms Makuwa. “Once I had managed to take all my children out of the burning house, I called for my neighbours to come and help me to put out the fire.” The fire had already spread through the entire house and beds, refrigerators, clothes, food, pots and other kitchen utensils, two water pumps and a welding machine were burnt out in the fire. The family also lost identity books, birth certificates, bank cards and the school reports which the three children had just collected from the schools. “We lost R1 700 and a further R3 090 which belonged to the stokvel,” Makuwa said. “I don’t know what to say to all those 21 individuals who had been contributing to the stokvel’s pocket, because they may need their money. This is an unpleasant festive season for my family.”

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By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

The brutal killing of women in the Vhembe region seems to be getting worse, with horrific killings escalating and leaving most of the affected families traumatised and with unanswered questions. On Sunday morning, the Netshianani family of the Thembaluvhilo community in Nzhelele learnt with shock that their grandmother had been hacked to death at her home. Mrs Matodzi Elisa Netshianani (65), was allegedly killed on Saturday evening by an intruder. According to the police, it is suspected that the murderer had broken the window of the room where she used to sleep and hacked her to death with an unknown object. Mrs Netshianani was staying with her uncle and she used to sleep in the main house, while the elder uncle sleeps in a room separated from the main house. Her children were not at home at the time of the incident. All her children work far from home and one of her sons stays at his place on the other side of the village. Mrs Elisa Matodzi Netshianani will be laid to rest on Saturday morning.

Her son, Mr Japhta Netshianani, said he was called by a neighbour to go to his mother’s place. “When I went to into her bedroom, I found my mother lying in a pool of blood on her bed.” He added that the family is cooperating with the police and they are pleading with any member of the public who might have information regarding the incident to inform the police. “Our mother was brutally killed; for what, we still don’t understand. We want to see the perpetrator behind bars. Justice shall prevail and we hope the police will find the culprit,” he said. Japhta’s younger brother, Mr Joshua Netshianani, said they would like police to speed up their investigations. “We need to find out who has done this evil deed to our mother,” he said. The Mphephu police have opened a murder case. W/O Lazaros Netshidzati said the police were accelerating their investigations. He appealed to anyone with information to call their nearest police station or Lt Col Mulaudzi on 082 565 7729. Cllr Tshifhiwa Mamafha of Ward 35 in the Makhado Municipality sympathised with the family. “This is awful. We are shocked, especially when incidents like these are occurring during the period of 16 days of activism of no violence against women and children. This just raised the alarm for our safety in our communities,” he said. Mrs Netshianani is survived by her six children and grandchildren. She will be buried at Tshituni cemetery on Saturday morning.

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13 December 2013 By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

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New Samsung Brand Store at Solly’s A new Samsung Brand Store opened two weeks ago at Solly’s Discount World in Makhado (Louis Trichardt) offering consumers access to the full range of Samsung products. The Samsung store is situated inside the current Solly’s Discount World and complements the store’s range of appliances and electronic goods. According to Mr Solly Noor, owner of Solly’s Discount World, the Samsung Brand Stores are only made available to the top dealers in the country. The stores carry the entire range of Samsung products and support and back-up services

are done via an on-line system. “Today one out of every four television sets sold worldwide is a Samsung,” says Mr Noor. The Samsung Brand Stores carry the latest products introduced by this giant Korean manufacturer, which include phones, appliances and the latest hi-tech television designs. “We carry nine different models of a 46” television,” explains Mr Noor. The range includes everything from a “basic” LCD model to a top-of-the-range ultra-high-definition model that detects hand gestures to perform tasks such as changing channels. The Samsung Brand Stores offer consumers the opportu-

nity to see and also experience the latest product range. The products are displayed in such a way that they are accessible and almost “invite” shoppers to try them out first before buying. “Samsung also ensures that every Brand Store receives preferential pricing, which means that local consumers receive the benefit of the lowest possible prices,” says Mr Noor. Samsung’s top-of-the-range appliances now also come with a 10-year guarantee. “A few years ago it was unthinkable, but now you can buy a 12 kg front-loading washing machine with the 10-year peace-of-mind guarantee,” says Mr Noor.

Forum wants to empower entrepreneurs Local businesses in the Makhado area have started a new business forum to empower small entrepreneurs. After realising that local small businesses were not given an opportunity to grow in the area, several entrepreneurs came together and formed their own forum. Entrepreneurs from all 38 wards in the Makhado municipality recently gathered at the Makhado Fire Station and elected the executive of the new forum. The forum was hoping to acquire business opportunities specifically from the local municipality and the government departments in the Makhado region. Mr Dickson Khoza was elected the chairperson of the forum, while Mr Abby Lehole is the secretary general. Mr Khoza said they were concerned that most businesses opportunities in the local municipal area were awarded to contractors and entrepreneurs who were not local business people. “The aim of our forum is to ensure that almost 85% of business opportunities are awarded to local entrepreneurs,”

he said. The forum’s secretary general, Mr Lehole, added that this forum would also help to curb the scourge of unemployment in the region. “If the local businesses are offered opportunities, this will empower them to work with government stakeholders and provide jobs to unemployed people in the region,” said Mr Lehole.

Mr Dickson Khoza, the chairperson of the forum (left) and Mr Abby Lehole (right) the secretary-general.

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The SAPS at the Beit Bridge border post have intercepted 80 kilograms of cocaine to the value of about R23 million, which was smuggled from Zimbabwe into the country. A haulage truck carrying the drug was cleared by Zimbabwean immigration and customs – only to be intercepted on the South Africa side. South African Revenue Services (SARS) spokesperson Marika Muller said it was the biggest ever shipment of cocaine they had intercepted being smug-

gled into the country. “We can confirm that we seized cocaine worth about R23 million, concealed in a truck attempting to enter South Africa from Zimbabwe,” she said in a statement. “The truck had started its trip in Malawi. The truck had been identified for closer searches, and had been moved out of the processing queue to be checked.” She said inside the truck’s cabin the customs team found bags containing wrapped A4sized parcels which the driver

claimed contained his clothes. “Initial inspection indicated the parcels contained a soft white substance. After a full physical search, the team found 100 A4 parcels, weighing 800kgs in total, each containing smaller packages of a white powder,” Muller said. Muller said the powder was confirmed as cocaine by chemical testing. “This is the single biggest seizure of cocaine ever at Beit Bridge. The truck driver was arrested and the truck was seized.”

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13 December 2013 By Silas Nduvheni

Food parcels and blankets for victims The disaster response organisation, Gift of the Givers, in partnership with the Vhembe District Municipality, has reached out to families who were left homeless due to the recent storms. Last Tuesday, they visited the Vhembe Disaster Centre in Muledane with trucks full of food parcels, blankets and small water tanks to help more than 300 victims of the storms. Ms Emily Thomas, events coordinator of Gift of the Givers, said they

were approached by the Vhembe District Municipality to assist the families left homeless and without food. “We always responds to disaster and floods victims and we reached out poor affected communities,” she said. Cllr Ester Makhomisane, acting executive mayor, expressed her appreciation for the help. “Our municipalities were badly affected by storms and floods. The district municipality promised to work around the clock to ensure that

our poor and homeless communities are getting better services,” she added. One of the people left homeless due to the recent floods and storms, Mr Sam Khoza from Tovhowani village, was over the moon when he received food parcels. The roof of his house was blown away, leaving his family without a proper place to stay. He said even the food for his family was also affected, and the donation helped them a lot.

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The correctional officers and other stakeholders posed for a photo after the event. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Prisoners must reclaim spirit of Ubuntu The Makhado Correctional Centre held a campaign celebrating 16 Days of Activism against the abuse of women and children in the facility last Friday. The prisoners were urged to reclaim their spirit of ubuntu by remaining focused on rebuilding their lives through creating good relations with women and children. According to the internal social worker, Ms Refiloe Thovhakale, the purpose of the event was to inform the prisoners on issues of domestic violence and the abuse of women and children. “If it's a man who is abusing a wife, the relationship between the

two parties will suffer,” said Thovhakale. “Partners should not resort to abusing alcohol when they face problems in their relationships as that might lead to domestic violence.” Mr Tshifhiwa Mufunwaini of Munna ndi nnyi said that the biggest mistake that a person could make in prison or outside was to remain on the ground after falling down. “Don't choose to die where you fall,” he said. “As long as it is today, you have the chance and opportunity to do better and better. A real man is one who learns from his mistakes.” Soutpansberg district's head magistrate, Adv Moses Molokomme, said that South Africa was at the stage of moral decay where children had lost all morals. “If guardians fail to guard and guide the child properly, that child grows up and turns into something that we don't know,” said Molokomme. “Let's all affirm – as men – to stop violence and abuse against women and children.”

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By Silas Nduvheni

World Aids Day commemorated at Hayani The acting chief executive officer of Hayani hospital near Thohoyandou, Dr Justice Mulaudzi, has called on people to get tested for HIV/Aids, so that they may know their status. “Our community members are scared to go for testing HIV/Aids and we encourage them to get tested,” he said. He was speaking

in the Hayani hospital hall last Wednesday during the hospital’s World Aids Day Ceremony and Christmas party held for psychiatric patients by Christ Worship Centre (CWC). Pastor Carol Budeli from the CWC Church started the relationship with the patients of Hayani some four years ago. “We have

different structures, such as the outreach programme, during which we visit various hospitals around here, sharing the Word of God with patients. They are human beings like us,” she added. A person who confessed that he was infected with HIV/Aids said that he had been living with the disease for almost 13 years.

By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

“Road safety remains with individuals”

Premier Stanley Mathabatha.

Limpopo Premier Stanley Mathabatha has urged the public to be safe on the roads during this festive season. “As provincial government, we wish all those who will be travelling to different destinations, and those who will be coming to Limpopo, a safe journey,” he said. He warns, however, that safety on the roads lies with all road users. “All our roads have been upgraded to cope with volumes of traffic, but safety still remains with individuals. Our police and traffic officials will go all out to ensure that all people are safe, either on the roads or wherever they will be,” he added. “I wish to welcome millions of Christian pilgrims to the Zion City of Moria and other churches for a safe, prayerful Christmas. Your prayers for the nation are most welcome,” said Mathabatha. Mathabatha said while people were enjoying the festive season, they should remember that next year is the year of elections. “Let us utilize this Christmas and New Year as a time of reflection. We will celebrate 20 years of democracy with much joy and hope. Let us exercise our freedom and democracy responsibly,” he said.

The acting CEO of Hayani Hospital, Dr Justice Mulaudzi (left), photographed with Mesdames Mulatedzi Mulaudzi and Mavhungu Mashau, (deputy managers), Ms Evelyn Khoza (professional nurse) and Pastor Carol Budeli of the CWC Church during the Word Aids Day commemorations.


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13 December 2013 Entertainment

By Elmon Tshikhudo

Special message of gratitude to single mothers

Prestigious award for police

The fact that he has been nominated in the best Tshivenda male of the year category for the 2013 Tshivenda Music Awards (Tshima) is a fulfilling step for this prolific musician.

The Thohoyandou police station, and theft. which was rated as one of the “We are also receiving reports worst-performing police stations of another crime, piracy, which is in Limpopo not long ago, has robbing our artists of their liveliturned the tide and has become hood. We have dispatched our men the province’s shining star. all over town and whoever is found The station won the provincial selling pirated CDs and DVDs will competition and received the provin- be arrested and face the full might of cial commissioner’s floating trophy. the law,” he said. The Thohoyandou station comThohoyandou police station CPF missioner, Brig Mbhazima Marun- chairperson Mr Ntshengedzeni Netgane, said they peformed well shiombo was also excited about the because of the unity that exists be- award. “We are very happy about tween the police, the community and the turn of events. It did not come other stakeholders. “Things were not easily as we had to work very hard that good and, after identifying our and we finally made a turnaround at challenges, we worked on them for our station. We will, together with positive results. The award did not our other stakeholders, roll up our come as a surprise as we had worked sleeves and work to improve where very hard. We mobilized our com- we are now,” he said. munities, embarked on crime-awareness campaigns, worked hand in hand with our sector departments, did doorto-door campaigns and held meetings with our traditional leaders. It was a collective effort that made us shine above the rest,” he said. Marungane said inasmuch as they were celebrating the award, it posed a very big challenge as they had to maintain and improve the standard. Crimes that are giving them problems in the area are assault, rob- Thohoyandou station commissioner Brigadier bery, housebreaking Nelson Marungane shows off the awards.

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Despite the fact that his music is getting overwhelming support in neighbouring countries like Botswana and Zimbabwe, local multiple-award-winning artist Tendanu Mutendas Nephawe continues to give his local fans mature and entertaining music. Groomed by Tsonga veteran musician Thomas Chauke and Gallo Recording Studio's prolific music producer, Thom Mkhize, Mutendas is sending a special message of gratitude to all single mothers who manage to raise their children against all odds. This message comes from his 12th album, which was released about a month ago. The album, titled Mrs Nephawe featuring Amaten-ten, has 10 thrilling songs that will automatically force music lovers to put their dancing shoes on. The tracks include Mudzimu o sika muthu, No ri a ni tsha do dovha, Vhuporofita na vhunanga, Makhulu Vho-Mukatuni, Tshi re hone tshi hone, Vhadzimu vho lila, A ni fulufhedzei, Mpheni tshelede yanga and Amaten-ten. All songs on the album were composed by Mutendas himself except Amaten-ten, which was jointly composed by Paul Mulaudzi, Avhatakali Malovhele, Asnath Mulaudzi and Mutendas’s wife, Mariana Nephawe. Mutendas also played lead guitar while the keyboards and bass guitar were played by Ronald Maswibi and Madoda Ntshingila respectively. It is clear from the Mirror.pdf 1 2013/12/04 11:07 AM sweet melodies and well-arranged instruments that the al-

bum was recorded and arranged by veteran sound engineer Emmanuel Mamphogoro at Winman Studios. Mutendas, who grew up in the villages of Tshaulu and Muraga, says the album is a Christmas gift for his fans. “I am what I am because of the support from my fans. That is why I decided to make them happy with this creative offering. I spent eight months preparing this album to make sure that it is totally mature and entertaining.” He says he has already started promoting his album and it is receiving a massive welcome from his fans. “It is enjoying airplay on different radio stations and the sales are promising. I hope those who pirate our music will stop doing so because they rob us of the income that we deserve.” For orders, bookings and public performances, Mutendas can be contacted on 076 420 4433.

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In the deep, hilly rural village of Shirley in Elim “a child was born” in the form of the Timbila Writers’ Village, which was officially opened last Friday afternoon. The village serves as a meeting point and work place for authors, translators, publishers, cultural activists and researchers from South Africa, Africa and abroad. The director of Timbila Writers’ Village, author and poet Vonani Bila, revealed that the village is owned and managed by the Timbila Poetry Project, a non-profit-organisation which publishes new and unheard voices in the literary world. “Committed authors who are working on a major project may apply to stay at the Timbila Writers’ Village for professional residency programmes

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from one week to a maximum of three months,” said Bila. He added that residency extensions are possible in some cases. During Limpopo Mirror’s tour of the village, we learnt that the village can accommodate up to five writers at a time, who will each be allocated a fully furnished room with a writing space, storage facilities, bathroom and meals. According to Bila, writing workshops and courses are conducted for local authors and creative-writing students throughout the year. “These workshops cover a range of creative-writing issues, including poetry and prose writing, editing and self-editing, publishing and contracts, and legal issues that concern writers,” Bila said. A committee of artists makes the admission decisions and applicants are notified of the selection two months after the application deadline. “In the process of submitting an application for residency at the Timbila Writers’ Village, writers who have not been published should send two short stories or novel chapters, or 15 poems,” Bila said. “The applicant must also provide a one-page description of the work he or she intends to undertake while at the Timbila Writers’ Village. The application deadlines are 31 March and 30 September.” The main speaker for the day, Dr Alpheus Manghezi, emphasised the value of the facility in promoting quality education for the local youth. “This facility could also be a useful resource for oral history,” he said. A lecturer in the Department of Languages at the University of Limpopo, Ms Margrit Schulze, welcomed the opening of the village and heralded the initiative as a major project in the South African arts. “The directors must make this place a space of real creativity for people who come from all backgrounds,” said Schulze. The Timbila Writers’ Village is the first of its kind in Southern Africa and is funded by the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund.

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Ms Sheila Mmutle (23) of Moroke in the Burgersfort area was selected as Limpopo’s only representative for the Miss South Africa title. She was chosen as one of the 33 semifinalists during a ceremony last week. Sheila is a financial management trainee at the Malokela circuit office of the Department of Education and is the current Miss Limpopo. The Miss South Africa beauty pageant will take place in March 2014. (Photo supplied)


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13 December 2013

In memory of

Nelson Mandela Nelson Mandela changed South Africa and inspired the world. As we mourn his passing, his message of peace and reconciliation endures. His legacy lives on. Forever.

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By Ndivhuwo Musetha “No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love While the world is mourning was disappointed that one of the journalist into a national scribe. comes more naturally to the the death of a world icon, security guys inflicted the most Unlike other journalist who human heart than its opposite.” former President Rolihlahla pain I ever experienced in my life came before us, I still believe

“I experienced the magic touch...”

“The world has lost a visionary and one of the greatest charismatic leaders this world and humanity has ever produced; a leader who has always believed in “putting people first” in everything. His living legacy will inspire the working class and particularly the poor people of the world to continue waging a class struggle. Rest in peace Mandela.” - Avhatakali Lybro Mavhandu (Tshiozwi) “He was an activist and not just poetic about his visions. He was a man who made sure that what he had said came to pass, be it ending apartheid, taking care of kids & the needy, uniting people etc. This is something our current politicians are lacking. They are poetic about issues we face as a country, but never implement solutions. They should learn from Madiba’s activism and his heart for the nation!! R.I.P Nelson Mandela. Your legacy lives on!” - Rotondwa Van der Fungisani. “This is indeed an irreplaceable loss. Your lasting legacy will remain with us for many more years to come. May you rest in peace.” - Dafi Davhana (Tshiozwi) “Even though he had passed away, Mandela’s legacy will remind us forever that he was our messiah,” – Fokisa Maxele (79), Shirley village

Nelson Mandela, I feel lucky that I had personal experience with this humble man, who was larger than life. Although hearing many stories of this man who was languishing in prison, sacrificing his life and his family in order to attain freedom for us, I first saw the man with my naked eyes on his first visit at the University of Venda stadium after his release from prison on February 11, 1990. I was standing in adoration among the crowd of people who were trying to touch the hand of Mandela, who was busy shaking their hands. While still standing there taking pictures of Mandela with my amateur camera, he stretched his long arm and shook my hand. Although I was overwhelmed with joy and disbelief that I had just shaken hands with Madiba, I

from the stick that he used to hit my hands. For some few moments, I stopped enjoying the “magic touch” I experienced because of the pain that went straight into my heart. But later I continued celebrating with joy that I had just shaken hands with Madiba, who later became the first black democratically elected president of the country. It turned out later that I became a journalist for this very same newspaper, Limpopo Mirror, in 1991, where I freely wrote developmental stories for my community, without fear or favour. Although the paper was white owned, it gave us opportunities to be the voice of our community in a true Mandela spirit. The opportunity Mirror afforded us helped to open a career that developed me from being a community

we have a free role to exercise our duty because of the media freedom Mandela believed in; hence the saying that goes like this: “If journalists were killed, democracy will bleed to death.” Rest in peace, Tata. We will always remember you for all the good work you did for us in all corners of the world.

Ndivhuwo Musetha.

“It breaks my heart and I feel distracted; nobody can fill Mandela’s space in the promotion of world peace.” – Ndovhuwo Netshisengani (30), Vyeboom “The passing of the father of the nation, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, is something that has touched each one of us. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Mandela family at this time, in particular our dear friend Chief Zwelivelile Mandela, his grandson. A great man has departed. May his soul rest in peace. We salute you, Madiba.”- Chief Livhuwani Matsila. A sad goodbye to the Father of our Nation! He served his country with love and gave his life for the freedom which we all live in today. He turned the world’s eye to a small southern African country and helped spread the message of forgiveness across the face of the earth. We salute you Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. It all seemed impossible until it was done! - Dane Rooi Gordon “We shall all miss you dearly Tata Mandela.” So says Mr Dzulani Makhado of Vyeboom village. “Mandela gave us freedom and that is how I will always remember him” - Mr Basil Mabasa from Elim. “A life well lived. We shall remember you. What we saw and heard you do will be taught to our children and our grandchildren. Rest in peace.” - Rose Phaweni (Waterval) “We have electricity in our homes. It was through his effort, and he united all the citizens of our country, regardless of colour” - Mrs Tshinakaho Mathalise from Tshikombani. “We will miss you, Madiba. Thank you for what you’ve sacrificed for our dear country.” – Jasmita Bhamjee (35), Makhado “South Africa was blessed to have Tata as a president. Rest in peace, Tata Madiba.” - Elias Unarine Vhahangwele Muleya “He announced an end to stereotypes and gender discrimination.” – Munyadziwa Madzhiya (29), Nthabalala-sedza-u-fhire “You will always be remembered. We lost a great leader as well as the father of the nation. An inspiration to all who made our country one to be proud of. He showed us that everything is possible if you just believe. Rest in peace, Rolihlahla Mandela, the father of our nation.” - King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana.

The late Mr Mandela’s visited Thohoyandou way back in 2000. Photographed from left are former minister Sydney Mufamadi, Thovhele Vho-Gole Mphaphuli and former president Nelson Mandela. At the back is the late Khosi-Fhumulani Kutama. Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela: I will always remember you with all the effort that you did for South Africa, you are still our hero, may your soul rest in peace. – Tshifhiwa Nthabalala (Tshikwarani Ha-Kutama) You changed South Africa. We will be forever thankful. – Rosanne Smal (Makhado / Louis Trichardt) “It is difficult to accept that he is no more, but anyway he is gone and gone for good,” says a resident of Makungwi village in the Nzhelele Valley, Ms Lufuno Nemagovhani. “I never met him, but I know him through his activities. Mandela was a leader that cannot be compared to anyone. It will take the world decades to produce a leader like him. As a leader I have learnt to take firm decisions through him. He was a consultative leader who did proper analysis before taking decisions.” - Chief Vhoshavhani Pfananani of Shanzha. “Our leader, our icon, Nelson Madiba Rolihlahla Mandela, the loss of Mandela’s Family is the loss of the whole continent, we saw what you did to South Africa and the countries around us we hoping we going to follow your footsteps.” – Singo Rendani Pearl Shiozwi (Louis Trichardt). “He fought for equal rights and the maintenance of stable and fair international relations. I am now a citizen here in SA thanks to his voice of reason and ubuntu.” – Sarah Hadebe (37), Tshikota His legacy lives on in all of us – it is in our hands now. Rest in peace Madiba. Shaida Rasool (Makhado / Louis Trichardt)


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Nelson Mandela Tribute Page By Elmon Tshikhudo

Community mourns Mandela in own way At a time when South Africa’s first democratically elected president and political icon, Nelson Mandela, is being mourned locally and the world over, the rural community of Tshififi outside Thohoyandou have found a better way of keeping his legacy alive. They have started an agricultural project that will empower the whole village, all in line with Mandela’s vision of seeing all communities doing things that would improve their livelihoods and their living conditions. The community, under a tried and tested traditional leader, Chief Gilbert Tshikalange, who spent many years banished to Kuruman and also imprisoned by the apartheid government for his political beliefs, were busy planting maize which would

ensure them food security at the weekend. “Mandela’s death is not a loss to us. We are not mourning, but celebrating a life well lived, and as a community, we have identified many projects that would benefit us, thereby making his legacy live forever. Mandela encouraged us on issues of education and hard work and that is what we are doing here as a community.” According to him, only a few people are educated in this community, “as, since I was banished in 1965, many of them left this village for better areas and this village remained underprivileged, with no development at all. This is our form of reconstruction and development (RDP) as started by our late father,” he said.

Tshikalange said they have vast land where an irrigation scheme is to be initiated. “We have nearly 5 000 hectares of arable land which will be used for the irrigation project. We still have more land for the Fhedza Ndala Project, for which the government has promised to give assistance, starting from next year,” added Tshikalange. Vhulahani Tshikwali, a community member who is also part of the Fhedza Ndala Project, said Mandela might be gone, but it was good that he left them with something that would help them to sustain themselves. “There is no better way to let Mandela’s legacy live forever than to fulfil his vision of a better South Africa for all, which can be realised through hard work and education,” he said.

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“If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with your enemy. Then he becomes your partner.” “Mr Mandela brought freedom to this country. Today girls can get equal education as the men, something which was not the case then.” - Lucy Mongeni (16), Madombidzha “Great loss to the nation, Angels of God will be with him in heaven. We have massive opportunities today in our country which were not there in the past” - Mr Lovemore Tshivhula from Mamvuka village. “The passing away of former President Nelson Mandela is a great loss to us, because Mandela loved children. Poor and vulnerable children are now getting food parcels and we also cook for them in our various orphans places. Poverty and unemployment were reduced because poor children are getting bursaries and dropouts are sent back to schools.” - Deputy Chairperson of the Vhembe Orphans and Vulnerable Support Forum, Ms Rejoice Phuluwa. “You will always be remembered for your strength to fight for democracy. You will always be remembered for the good things you did for South African.” - Khamusi Makungo (Nzhelele). “I had heard about you since an early age. I have learnt about all your sacrifices that you have done for us during apartheid times. We are free now. We have freedom because of you. We appreciate it. May God also appreciate your soul and rest in peace. Farewell, my role model.” - Nyamande Mukhodeni Khodani. “May your soul rest in peace,” says Mr Kenneth Makondo from Dakari village. A well-known traditional healer, Mr Ntshengedzeni Sigeda from Thohoyandou, says although Tata Madida was old, it is hard to come to terms with his death.

Leading by example: Chief Gilbert Tshikalange leads the community during the start of the planting season in the village. “He was the man who had the vision, I could understand his language. Though I was not there during his arrest, I have learnt that if you want to see your vision, you need to work towards that and know that there will be obstacles along the way”- Mr Rudzani Tshianane from Tshitereke village (Vhutsila book publisher)

“We got child-support grant through him. If it was not for him, we would not have gotten this money. I wish his family to stay strong during this time. Mandela showed love to the children and elders; it did not matter to him, he loved everyone” - Ms Mpho Munzhelele from Ha-Rabali. “Goodbye, our beloved icon of hope,” says a resident of Ramukhuba village, Mr Thanyani Mauba.

Nelson Rol

“He has walked the talk; now it’s time to fly away home. It takes a miracle of fellow citizens who can shift a mountain from one place to another to make the legacy of Nelson Mandela to live on.” – Reggae artist BlackJahman, Alldays

18 July 1918

R.I.P Tata. Hamba Kahle “For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” Nelson Mandela - Irene Smith-Vos

“We got child-support grant through him. If it was not for him, we would not have gotten this money. I wish his family to stay strong during this time. Mandela showed love to the children and elders; it did not matter to him, he loved everyone” - Ms Mpho Munzhelele from Ha-Rabali.

“Totsiens, Tata Madiba, jy was ‘n goeie mens. Ons sal jou mis maar gun jou die rus wat God jou bied. Stil word jou stem.” - Elsie Brandt

“I detest racialism because I regard it as a barbaric thing, whether it comes from a black man or a white man.” - Nelson Mandela

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela 18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013


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Nelson Mandela Tribute Page “I have walked that long road to freedom. I have tried not to falter; I have made missteps along the way. But I have discovered the secret that after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb.”

“He was a warrior who fought for freedom, we never shared the toilets with whites, but Madiba made it. He reconciles with his oppressors and unites us (blacks) with whites.” - Mr Tshivhandi Mukhethi from Ha-Mutsha “Nelson Mandela’s release from Robben Island after 27 years was the ultimate symbol of the women’s freedom to assert ourselves in a male-dominated world. Remember the women’s march of 9 August 1956?” – Reineth Rudzani (37), Matsa-Phaphamani “He was the man of reconciliation, laughter, humility and love. He gave us a precious democracy. We are sympathising with his family during this difficult time.” - Given Khoza from Tshikota

“I am what I am because of Vho-Nelson Mandela. Sadly my kids will now have to grow up without their grandfather.” – Avhasei Nemusombori (27), Tshituni-tsha-fhasi Muhulwane Vho-Mandela nne ndi do vha elelwa nga vhunzhi ha mishumo yavho ye vha i shuma vha kha di hanya ine yo bvisa nnyi na nnyi vhuthubwa ya mu swikisa kha lifhasi la mbofholowo. Mutuku na muhulwane namusi vhe kha dziedzi la khumbulelo ya zwine zwanga bvelela kha Afurika tshipembe la matshelo ngauri mudzia-mubika mulalo o tuwa! Mulalo we vha simesa na lufuno zwavho nda zwi humbula ndia tsengisa mitodzi! Awela zwau lidzhakandila! Ubva kha nne murwa wa Helula Tshikombedze Mulamuleli Archbell “Sekuru” - Thunder Archbell Hero Tshikombedze “It’s with deep sadness to learn that our nation’s hero, Mr Nelson Mandela, has passed away. Even now I am still mourning about him, may his soul rest in peace.” – Maxson Nekhavahaba (Elim) “His legacy remains with us as we continue to walk in his footsteps.” – Bally Munyai (27), Magau

The former president of the South African Football Association, Mr Kirsten Nematandani, says the world is in mourning after the departure of a man who was loved by all.

“He has done his best for his own times, and he has lived for all times. Rest in peace.” - Prince Muofhe (Matshavhawe)

“You will always be remembered for the good things you did for the people of South Africa,” says Mr Thomas Mathebula from Ha-Mphego village

“To Tata Madiba: The father of the nation, the conqueror. You were an icon, the world will never be the same without you. May your soul rest in peace, we will miss you.” – Nelwamondo Lorraine (Lwamondo Village)

“You made us to learn that reconciliation does not begin with the offender, but the offended one. You have worked and we hope that God will raise another leader as he did when Moses departed. Rest in peace.” - Nehia Madzhiga (Vuvha)

“We are deeply saddened by the passing on of our former president. The world has indeed noticed your being a sacrificial lamb and now South Africa is enjoying the hope and faith you had.” - Dr Phumudzo Machaka (Makhado)

“Mandela, because of you we are what we are today and forever. You are irreplacable. We love you, rest in peace.” - Mashudu Mufamadi, Managing Director of Tanganani Driving School “The late Mr Mandela contributed a lot to South Africa. He promoted many things, including sport and education. He will be always be remembered. Rest in peace.” - David Mufamadi, Managing Director of Benny’s Care Development Academy. “I wish the world could remember him forever and that his peaceful influence would linger on for eternity. He stood up for humans and his life should be celebrated as such. Farewell Madiba.” - Hangwe Netshifhefhe “If it were possible to restore a person’s youth, I would have done that to Mandela so he would have not tasted death.” – Tshifhiwa Mashau (30), Nzhelele-Mauluma “We have lost a great leader whom we have learnt a lot from. We are what we are as ANC Veterans because of him, as he always wanted unity among his comrades. Former President Nelson Mandela learned how to cope with difficulties and he was a principled cadre,” - Litshani Muditambi, Secretary of the ANC Vhembe Veterans League “There will be no one like you Tata Madiba, we are who we are because of you, robala ka kgotso Tata, you will forever be remembered.” – T Mulaudzi (Makhado Fire Station) “He didn’t display cheap political sentiments” – XiTsonga veteran author, Max Makisi Marhanele (66) “A life well lived. We shall remember you. What we saw and heard you do will be taught to our children and our grandchildren. Rest in peace.” - Rose Phaweni (Waterval) “I will remember Madiba for many things, such as showing us that revenge is not a solution, but that love is the answer. I will miss Madiba as he was an inspiration to me as he always said that nothing is impossible on this earth. I can’t exclude all the rights we are having in the moment.” - Given T Mahwayi

“It always seems impossible until its done.” - Nelson Mandela

“Rest in peace Madiba. We are celebrating the freedom that you fought for us. We will miss you every day, you are our hero.” – Tshilangawo Phylis “When we lose such a special person like Tata Mandela in our life, time seems to stop. However, it is important that we start to live again with a smile on our faces, so that we can make his soul happy, as he is still looking at us even if we can’t. No words can adequately describe this enormous loss to our nation and to the world. We give thanks for his life, his leadership, his devotion to humanity and humanitarian causes. – Musina major, Carol Phiri “Sometimes as a leader you must lead from the front. This is one lesson I came to learn from some of the decisions Mandela had taken like negotiating with the apartheid regime without the comrades’ knowledge or approval. Your spirit lives on, Mr Mandela.” - Murendeni Ramunenyiwa (Tshiozwi) “Thanks for everything you did for our country.” – Joanetha Lambert (42), Makhado “You were not only a legend, but also mentor to many of us youths. Even though I wasn’t there with you, I always felt your presence. Even the national anthem could have been inspired by you.” Media practitioner Alex Phango (28), Tshiozwi “He’s that GREAT man who will always be alive among us. His deeds speak louder even today.” – Producer and artist Sir Mcleker “He was our Friend, Father and Freedom Fighter.” – Feeyaza Ismail (38), Makhado “Rest in peace, Mandela. You were born for a purpose. The country has seen and acknowledged your contribution. You will be remembered.” - Victor Madobe (Tshikota) “We pay tribute to our fallen hero, the former President of South Africa, Mr Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. He dedicated his life to the struggle of the African people. May his soul rest in peace. - Makhado Mayor Cllr David Mutavhatsindi. A traditional leader, Vhamusanda Vho-Maanda Themeli, of Ngwenani village, says the old president deserves a peaceful rest, after dedicating the better part of his life to the oppressed. “He started his political activities at a very young age, fighting against the system which promoted separation and discrimination in the land.” – Tinyiko Ngobeni (32), Bungeni


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Nelson Mandela Tribute Page

By Nic Hoffmann

He was not a god, but a remarkable man It does not matter whether you loved him or loathed him - Nelson Mandela had an indelible, ineffable and ineluctable influence on this country and its people. Regardless of whether you find the media circus surrounding his death irritating or laudable, one can never negate that he was a most remarkable man. Some choose to regard him as a terrorist who caused the deaths of a number of people (directly and/or indirectly) and therefore worthy of condemnation. Others choose only to remember the good he embodied - love, forgiveness, peace, goodwill, tolerance, non-racialism, etc. What I choose to remember about him is that he had the guts and the courage of his conviction

to stand up against a morally indefensible political system. He not only took on the powers that were, but he put his money where his mouth was. As if that were not enough, he endured all the hardships of incarceration, humiliation and ill health that accompanied this time of shame in our country’s history AND STILL he came out stronger on the other side. Not only that, he CHOSE not to become bitter and vengeful and showed us that it is indeed possible to follow Christ’s example of forgiving those who trespass against us. If some in the world choose to call him a Messiah or a modern-day Jesus, they are wrong, but only in the fact that he was not a divine being without sin - he was just a man. A man who repeatedly warned peo-

ple not to turn his image into an idol, which is exactly what some are doing for their own particular agenda or some obscure political or financial gain. Sadly, some of those closest to him seem to belong to the latter contingent. Fact is, Madiba was a man with many faults and shortcomings, just like all of us. Those who knew him intimately can attest to that. I am, unfortunately, not one of those. Regardless, I know that many things, good and bad, would not have happened in and for this country if it were not for him. I therefore choose to remember him with kindness and gratitude, even while I refuse to revere him as anything other than a mere mortal who will have no influence on my salvation. Soli Deo Gloria.

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“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”

On the 2nd of February 1991, on my birthday, I was very fortunate to find myself enjoying dinner with our beloved Mr Nelson Mandela and to become his driver here in Venda during the ANC rallies. On the 17th of May 1992, I again visited him in his Vilakazi home where we enjoyed peanuts roasted by him. Rest in peace, the late father of the nation. - Goddard Mugwena from Thohoyandou (middle). “Today our children are studying for free at universities. At Univen students get everything for free and it was through his effort that education turned out to be not a privilege but a right”- Mrs Elisa Radzuguda from Tshakhuma. Our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences are with the Mandela family and friends at this time. – Bobby Rasool (Makhado / Louis Trichardt) Madiba - He was Strong enough 2 be Gentle, Brave enough 2 Stand Alone and Wise enough 2 let the world catch up with what he knew all along....A voice that will Resonate through eternity. – SP Miller (Makhado/Louis Trichardt). “May your soul rest in peace, Tata. We will always see your triumphant and radiant face when Amabhokobhoko get to the field of play.” – Rhandzhu Baloyi (37), Riverplaats

The Soutpansberg has a unique bond with the late Mr Nelson Mandela through the friendship with numerous residents. One such person is local businessman, Mr Solly Noor who supported him during the struggle years. In this historic photo, taken in 1999, Solly (second from left) poses with Madiba in his prison cell on Robben Island. From left to right are actor/comedian, Bill Cosby, Solly Noor, Mr Nelson Mandela, Zohra Noor and Farzana Noor. Ms Nancy Ramaru from Tshino village says not only South Africa but the world as a whole has lost a selfless person who will always be remembered. “Nelson Mandela’s message of peace in a time of conflict changed South Africa and inspired the world. His life stands as a resolute symbol of hope in the face of oppression, and an unparalleled example of the power of reconciliation to heal a nation. As De Beers mourns the passing of Mandela, we are heartened to know that his message of hope endures. He is a singular figure in human history and, while we will miss him, we know that his spirit lives on and serves as a source of inspiration and strength to us all. - Philippe Mellier (CEO of the De Beers Group) 1918 – Forever. – Natalie Archer (Makhado / Louis Trichardt) “Condolences to Mandela’s family; our hearts are with them during this difficult time. Mandela has taught me to forgive and to have gratitude” – Mrs Phalanndwa Masithulela from Tshilata village in Nzhelele. “Countrywide you will always be remembered. Father of all, rest in peace.” - Khathu Maphubu. (Matshavhawe) “His legacy reminds us that we need to unite and oppose social ills which develop along racial and ethnic lines.” – Leslie Chauke (25), N’wamatatani The chairman of Black Leopards FC, Mr David Thidiela, says Tata Mandela was like Moses who led the Israelites from Egypt to Canaan. Rest in peace, he says. “We shall all miss you dearly Tata Mandela,” says Mr Dzulani Makhado of Vyeboom village. “South Africa mourns the passing on of a giant. He was a legendary father and a good leader. Rest in peace.” - Mulalo Masikwa (Madombidzha) “Thank you Tata for the freedom that you fought for. Today we are what we are because of you; you fought for what you believed in.” – Ethel Pfarelo Mukwevho (22), Zamenkomste

“It is an honour to say ‘bye’. Rest in peace, big hero. You will always be remembered and all your ideals and goals will be reached as you wished and all the people will be free forever. Rest in peace.” - Fura Mugeri Ramantsha. Nelson Mandela, I’m very proud of you. You sacrificed your life for us to have freedom. Rest in peace. – Reshamise Ligaraba Rendani For Madiba: We are really sorry for what happened with Mandela family, and send our condolences. – S O Mushwana (Makhado Fire Station) “Know that I am blessed for I have had the opportunity to meet and know a man as great as Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. All I want to do is thank you for sacrificing so much in pursuit of our freedom. I want to thank your family for sharing you with all of us. Your passing hurts, but I know you’re resting now. Your long walk is complete. Go well, rest in peace, Father.” - TV drama actor, Florence Masebe. “Apartheid- wrong in South Africa, wrong in Palestine...” A phrase said by Nelson Mandela showing his passion for peace and equality not just in his land but all around the world. - Azra Asvat (Makhado / Louis Trichardt). “I remember that I was working in Johannesburg when he got arrested. I learnt lots of things from him. I urge leaders to follow his values of leadership.” - Mr Samson Mudzunga (sculptor) from Shanzha village. A resident of Ha-Mangilasi village, Mr Trinity Matshinyatsimbi, says Tata Mandela deserved to rest after serving the country diligently. “Let us accept that the lamp that shed light for our democracy is no more. Let us acknowledge that some of those greatest lights will extinguish. We are crying with his family, but we will always remember the exceptional work he had done for our country and the entire world.” - Mr Azwindini Ratshisuka (Tshithuthuni). I urge all South Africans to live the legacy which Madiba has left. Long live Madiba, Long Live. - Sgt Thomas Mulaudzi (Makhado / Louis Trichardt). The president of the SAFA Vhembe Regional Association, Mr George Kubayi, says the football fraternity has lost a motivator and symbol of hope.

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On Monday, the people of Vhembe gathered at Vhembe District Municipality’s offices, where they wrote messages in honour for Madiba. In our photograph, Vhembe’s executive mayor, Cllr Tshitereke Matibe, signs the book, while Dean Alunamutwe Randitsheni and Pastor Tshifhiwa Muligwe look on.

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ECLIPSE 6 PIECE BATH ACCESSORIES Towel Ring, Tumbler, Robe Hook, Soap Dish, Toiletpaper Holder, Single Towel Rail

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he said. The Beit Bridge border post is the busiest inland port of entry in 51cm x 35cm x 31cm Strong Carry Bag with sub-Saharan Africa handling an avcooler compartment, erage of about 30 000 travellers and VALID 1 - 31 DECEMBER 2013 VALID 1 - 31 DECEMBER 2013 Braai Accessory Set, more than 2 500 cars per day during Braai STANLEY FLOCKED AIR BED INFLATION STANLEY MULTI 6 PIECE BATH SUITE 6 PIECE BATH CACHET FLOCKED AIR BED PUMP INFLATION PUMPMini Charcoal STANLEY MULTI STANLEY SUITE CACHET 188mm x 99mm x 22mm Air Hammer NCI Thandi 1700mm x 700mm NCI Thandi 1700mm x 700mm 188mm x 99mm x 22mm 36mm Air Hammer 36mm and Side FreeHolders. delivery wiTOOL thin 30kmFATMAX TOOL ECLIPSE 6 FATMAX ECLIPSE 6 peak periods. Queues tend to stretch Bath, incl handles. Betta Close Bath, incl handles. 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SOLAR SECURITY SOLAR SOLAR SECURITY SOLAR SKIL CORDLESS SKIL CORDLESS 13 PIECE DRILL BITS, COOLER BAG COOLER BAG The two ministers said efforts SPOT LED LIGHT SPOT LEDDRILL LIGHTDRIVER EXTRA LITHIUM DRILL DRIVER EXTRA LITHIUM LIGHT LIGHT BRAAI COMBO BRAAI COMBO DIAMOND MESH 14,4VDOUBLE ROMAN 14,4V HOUSE WIRE HARDWOOD GARAGE BUFFALO BROWN BATTERY & CASEHARVEY BATTERY & CASE were underway to facilitate a second 600D Polyester 600D Polyester 1.8mm x 50mm x 2.5mm 2.5mm x 100m DOOR SINGLE51cm CONCRETE ROOF TILES ROOF TILES (1190258) (1190253) (1190256) (1190258) (1190253) (1190256) x 35cm xROLL-UP 31cm DOOR 51cm x 35cm x 31cm x 25m phase of documentation exercise for Various Colours Incl Remote control Strong Carry Bag with Strong Bag with 00 per combo cooler 00 per combo 00 per combo cooler 00Carry per combo 00 per combo 00compartment, per combo Zimbabweans after the initial one, compartment, ACADEMY MOP BraaiJOJOAccessory TANK Set, MEDAL SAFARI STOCK BRICKS GYPSUM NUTEC CEILING BOARD which benefitted more than 200 000 Braai Accessory Set, Mini Charcoal Braai SKIL SOLAR SECURITY SOLAR 13 PIECE DRILL BITS, 13 PIECE DRILL BITS, SECURITY SKIL CORDLESS people. A significant population of COOLER BAG 1.2m x 3.6CORDLESS mBAG x 4mm COOLER Wooden Handl e W5 SOLARMini Charcoal 2200L Braai SOLAR PVA -LIGHT CREAM PLASTERBOARD and Side Holders.SPOT LED and Side Holders. DRILL DRIVER SPOT LED LIGHT EXTRA LITHIUM DRILL DRIVER EXTRA LITHIUM LIGHT LIGHT BRAAI COMBO BRAAI COMBO Zimbabweans is based in South Af14,4V F18662 14,4V (1182841) (1182841) BATTERY & CASE BATTERY & CASE 20L + FREE Rol l e r Set 6. 4 mm x 1. 2 m x 3. 6 m 600D Polyester 600D Polyester rica many of whom are staying there 51cm x 35cm x 31cm 51cm 00 00x 35cm x 31cm Strong Carry Bag with Strong Carry Bag with (1190663) (1190663) (1190252) (1190252) without legal documents. cooler compartment, Free delivery withincooler 30km compartment, “That is an ongoing process. We 00 per combo Assorted Colours ASSORTED COLOURS Braai Accessory Set, Min 2000 per order Braai Accessory Set, 00 per combo 00 per combo 00 per combo per combo (1007854) per combo (1162126) (1162372) (1096747-49/51/1126182) (1075058-66) (1043634-38/1083510) Mini Charcoal Braai Mini Charcoal Braai continue to engage and we are disand Side Holders. and Side Holders. 80 each 00 ea 90 ea 80 each (1182841) 90 each (1182841) 90 each cussing that. We want our people to HOUSE WIRE HARDWOOD GARAGE BUFFALO BROWN HOUSEDOUBLE WIRE ROMANHARDWOOD GARAGE HARVEY BUFFALODIAMOND BROWN MESH DOUBLE ROMAN HARVEY DIAMOND MESH 00 00ROOF regularize their stay there,” 2.5mm x 100m 2.5mm x 100m x 50mm x 2.5mm DOOR SINGLE ROLL-UP DOOR CONCRETE ROOF TILESDOOR SINGLE ROOF TILES ROLL-UP1.8mm DOOR CONCRETE ROOF TILES TILES(1190252) 1.8mm x 50mm x 2.5mm(1190252) (1190663) (1190663) x 25m x 25m Various Colours Incl Remote control Incl Remote control Ziyambi said. ACADEMY MOP JOJO TANK Various Colours MEDAL SAFARI GYPSUM NUTEC CEILING BOARD STOCK BRICKS 00 per combo 00 per combo 00 per combo 00 per combo per combo 1.2m x 3.6m x 4mm Wooden Handle W5 2200L Pandor could however, not rule out PVA - CREAM PLASTERBOARD per combo F18662 20L + FREE Roller Set 6.4mm x 1.2m x 3.6m the possibility of a second documentaHOUSE WIRE HARDWOOD BUFFALO BROWN DOUBLE ROMAN DIAMOND HOUSE WIRE GARAGE HARDWOOD GARAGE BUFFALO BROWN DOUBLE HARVEY ROMAN HARVEY MESH DIAMOND MESH tion phase: “We introduced the docu2.5mm x 100m 2.5mm x 100m 1.8mmTILES x 50mm x 2.5mm 1.8mm x 50mm x 2.5mm DOOR SINGLE ROLL-UP DOOR CONCRETE ROOF TILESCONCRETEROOF DOOR SINGLE ROLL-UP DOOR ROOFTILES TILES ROOF x 25m x 25m Various Colours Incl Remote control Various Colours Incl Remote control mentation exercise for Zimbabweans as a pilot process. After this we must report the outcome to our government Free delivery within 30km Free delivery within 30km ASSORTED COLOURS ASSORTED COLOURS Assorted Colours Assorted Colours Min 2000 per order Min 2000 per order to see if the process ran well and map (1162126) (1007854) (1162126) (1007854) (1162372) (1162372) (1096747-49/51/1126182) (1075058-66) (1075058-66) (1043634-38/1083510) (1043634-38/1083510) Free Delivery within 30kms (1020828) (1010680)(1096747-49/51/1126182) (1004686) (1063387) (1043333) the way forward. We are committed to 80 each 00 ea 90 ea 80 each 80 each 00 ea 90 each 90 ea 90 each 80 each 90 each 90 each ensure that Zimbabweans obtain legal Free Delivery within 30kms (1020828) (1010680) (1004686) (1063387) (1043333) Free delivery within 30km Free delivery within 30km ASSORTED COLOURS Assorted Colours Min 2000 per order ASSORTED COLOURS Assorted Colours Min 2000 per order travel documents,” she said. 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CREDIT AVAILABLE SUBJECT APPROVAL. PRICESx 1.2m VAT INCLUSIVE. + FREE Roller Set 6.4mm x 3.6m 20L +TO FREE Roller SetCASH & CARRY ONLY. ALL 6.4mm x 1.2m x 3.6m in both countries.

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(1063387)

90 each

(1043333)

Free Delivery within 30kms (1004686)

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Minister Naledi Pandor.

Notice to Members of the De Beers Equal Allocation Trust (EAT) If you were an active employee or pensioner on 18 April 2006 of the De Beers Group of Companies South African operations (De Beers Consolidated Mines Proprietary Limited, De Beers Group Services Proprietary Limited, De Beers Marine Proprietary Limited, The Diamond Development Company Proprietary Limited, De Beers Pension Fund and De Beers Benefit Society) you would have been sent a letter to your last known address from the Trustees of the De Beers Equal Allocation Trust (EAT) in early November 2013 containing an offer to purchase one third (1/3) of your units.

NCI Thandi 1700mm x 700mm Bath, incl handles. Betta Close Coupled front flush toilet incl seat & mechanism. Betta Courier Basin & Pedestal

Various Colours

Incl Remote control

VALID 1 - 31 DECEMBER 2013

R 599

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12 in 1 Tool

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2.5mm x 100m

New measures to curb the congestion at Beit Bridge Zimbabwe and South Africa have decided to implement a range of measures to curb congestion and weed out criminal activity at the Beit Bridge border post during the coming festive season. The border is usually a hive of activity during the festive holiday as it will be characterized by long winding queues of traffic as mostly Zimbabweans would be travelling to their country to spend Christmas at home. The measures include setting up clearance centres away from the border. South African Home Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor told Limpopo Mirror that congestion at the border is of concern to both countries. “Apart from increasing staff deployment to ensure quick processing of documents, we will create centres away from the border post for multi-border transport,” she said. She recently attended the 8th session of the Zimbabwe/South Africa Joint Permanent Commission on Defence and Security in Bulawayo. “After clearance, the travellers will then be escorted to pass through the border. We will extend our services from this month to February to allow smooth movement of people,” she added. She said the two countries agreed to intensify defence and police patrols along the border to curb illegal migration and smuggling. “Our customs departments will enhance searches of vehicles using scanners to see that all the vehicles passing through the border are legal,” she said. The deputy minister of Home Affairs of Zimbabwe, Mr Ziyambi Ziyambi concurred with Pandor. “We discussed that issue and agreed to have regular meetings between the two countries. We agreed to increase staff complement on both sides to allow smooth flow of traffic. This has to start as early as this week. We will also engage the customs department over these issues and intensify border patrols for security purposes,”

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• Visit www.debeerseat.co.za and download the Acceptance Notice, fill it in and submit • Write a letter to the De Beers Equal Allocation Trust (EAT), PO Box 616, Kimberley 8300 • You may also send an email with your full name, identity number and current address to debeers.eat@debeersgroup.com If your completed Acceptance Notice has not been received by 5pm on 31 December 2013, it will be assumed that you have chosen not to sell one third of your units.

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Results

The former coach of Basel FC, Mr Justice Mtileni, is worried by the fact that people are still associating him with the team, despite the fact that his relationship with the club came to an end at the end of last season. According to him, he receives countless telephone calls on a daily basis from people who are concerned about the team’s performance. “I want the people to know that whatever is currently happening in the Basel camp has nothing to do with me,” he said. Basel are still to deposit a point into their league account this season after losing all three matches they had played to date. They lost 0-2 to Great North FC in their opening match. Their second match was against The Dolphins FC, to whom they lost 0-2. Their latest result was an embarrassing 0-7 defeat at the hands of Joe’s Express FC.

The second division matches at a glance After losing their first three league matches, Dynamos finally registered their first victory last weekend. The former pride of Giyani rose to the occasion and unexpectedly beat Lephalale Young Killers 4-2 in their Safa Second Division League match at the Nkowankowa Stadium in Tzaneen on Saturday. In the other match that was played at the same venue later that afternoon, Bellevue Village Winners Park shared the spoils with Blue Rocks. They scored one goal apiece. Bellevue Winners Park are now lying in the third spot, while Blue Rocks moved to the fourth position on the log.

They are tied with seven points. Joe’s Express donated points to Ray Pillars at the Seshego Stadium on Sunday. Ray Pillars scored two easy goals in the first half before the Vhembe side could make their presence felt. Joe’s Express’s solitary goal came late in the game when Dakalo Ratshitanga scored from the place kick to bring the full time score to 2-1. Magezi FC maintained their lead by beating The Dolphins FC 2-0 at the Peter Mokaba Athletics Stadium. The Dolphins missed two clear-cut chances within the first 15 minutes of the game. At that stage, Magezi were still

trying to acclimatize to the tempo of the game. Great North FC were far too good for Winners Park, whom they beat 3-1 at the Mahwelereng Stadium in Mokopane. Winners Park were awarded a penalty 10 minutes into the game. Thomas Mlambo scored from the white spot. What followed thereafter was one way traffic, with Winners Park at the receiving end. Mosesetjane All Stars had a good weekend as well. They collected the maximum points by beating Giyani Hotspurs 2-1 at the Mahwelereng Stadium. Rospa United lost 1-3 to Mighty FC at the Makwarela Stadium.

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The ladies from the Waterval police station took part in the activities to promote the 16 Days of Activism against abuse of women and children in the Sinthumule and Kutama areas last Wednesday. Pictured are (from left to right) Mesdames Molly Chabalala, Patience Nthangeni, Nicolette Smata, Jeaneth Nevilimadi, Maggie Chabalala, Elize Dercksen, Cynthia Sukumani, Tirhani Sukumani, Tsakani Mavangwa and Lydia Siweya.

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22 13 December 2013 By Frank Mavhungu

United Artists too clever for the FET students In their MMK Funeral Services League match at the Makwarela Stadium on Sunday, United Artists collected maximum league points at the expense of Vhembe FET College FC, whom they beat 2-0. Most of the players of the students were not available for the match, due to

the school holidays and, as a result, the students were disorganized from the onset. United Artists wasted numerous scoring chances in the opening minutes. Realising that Itani Thabelo was not performing well, the technical staff of Vhembe decided to replace him with Talifhani Matange in the 14th minute.

Mulweli Malada of Vhembe was the first player to be cautioned with a card. He tackled Maanda Mulaudzi the rough way just outside the penalty box and the referee wasted no time before flashing yellow. Artists were leading 1-0 at half time. Their opening goal came in the 37th minute. They were awarded a free kick in the 35-meter area and their stalwart defender, Maduvha Mudologi, scored from the set piece. Artists effected the first change to their starting 11 early in the last half. They introduced Vuwani Masakona and sacrificed Takalani Mulaudzi. United Artists suffered a heavy blow in the 68th minute. Their midfielder, Ndaedzo Mutavhatsindi, was taken to hospital after sustaining a fractured leg, following a tackle from behind by Rocky Legodi. Mutavhatsindi was replaced with Jeffrey Mungoni. Artists nearly increased the margin in the 80th minute. WitMaanda Mulaudzi ness Khuzwayo went of United Artists loose from the right (right) and Thendo corner and unleashed Masiagwala of from the edge of the Vhembe FET fight box. The ball hit the side to win the ball. net for a goal kick. United Artists finally did Our readers remember Nelson Mandela: it moments later when Mungoni score with a Mr Eddy Mavhutha from Fhedzisani village says Madiba was a treasure for ground cutter. South Africa who cannot be replaced with anything.

By Frank Mavhungu

Home defeat for Rospa Utd Rospa United gave away league substitution chances. Their captain, points to Mighty FC, who beat Mashudu Mashapha, was replaced them 3-1 in their Safa Second with Lungelo Malinga while Lufuno Division League match at the Ligugela and Kenny Mathole came Makwarela Stadium on Saturday. on for Bheki Sukazi and Norman The first half was characterized Legari respectively. by wasted scoring opportunities, Vusimuzi Miya scored the second despite the fact that no goal was goal for Mighty in the 69th minute. seen within the first 45 minutes. His long-range volley hit the crossThe absence of Kenneth Lesia in bar and bounced across the goal United’s starting lineup was evident line. Rospa were awarded a penalty from the onset. after a defender of Mighty, March The visitors from Polokwane Skhosana, handled the ball within were the first to blow the trumpet. the box. A substitute, Lungelo MaKgomotso Selemela forced his way linga, caused an upset by shooting through the defence of United and wide from the white spot. blasted in a close-range rocket. The Rospa United lost hope after referee, Mr Roy Mulaudzi, flashed missing the penalty. That gave the first yellow card in the 54th Mighty a good chance to score their minute. Lehlokgonolo Sebanyoni third goal. An overlapping defender of Mighty tackled Zanempi Methula of Mighty, March Skhosana, hooked from behind and the referee was the ball in after a scramble within lenient enough not to give him his the box. marching orders. United’s solitary goal came in the 64th minute. Zanempi Methula tried his luck from outside the box with a left-foot ground cutter. As if he was a spectator, the keeper of Mighty, Thabiso Khumalo, watched as the ball hit the back of the net. The only change which Mighty made to their starting lineup was when they introduced Loyd Dlangamandla for Sbusiso Khumalo. United used all three their Ronald Moetsi of Mighty controls the ball.

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CHRISTMAS WELL WISHES FROM THE MAYOR OF MAKHADO CLLR FARISANI DAVID MUTAVHATSINDI It is yet that time of the year again when families and friends spend their time together. All motorists who will be traveling to their holiday destinations must drive safely; take breakes as advised by National Department of Roads and Transport and obey all traffic rules, so that they can arrive alive. Those who drink alcohol must drink responsibly and not drive while under the influence of alcohol. Let all make sure that children are safe during the festive seasons. It is our responsibility as parents to watch our children very closely; respect and protect them. Let us all enjoy the festive season and prepare ourselves to vote next year during the national elections. We pay tribute to our fallen hero, the former President of South Africa, Mr Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela who recently passed on. Mandela dedicated his life time to struggle of the African people. As we celebrate Christmas, we must always remember the sacrifices that Mandela did for the betterment of the people. May his soul rest in peace. We also advise parents to spend their hard earned money responsibly during this period; in order to be able to support their children financially when school re-opens next year. As the Mayor of Makhado Municipality, I wish all the residents of Makhado a happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year. May the Almighty God bless you. Mayor Councillor David Mutavhatsindi

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By Mashudu Netsianda

Jealous man burns down church over woman

Children also participated in the war against the abuse of women and children.

Worshippers had to run for dear life when a bitter, jilted man from Nsungwale village outside Beit Bridge allegedly set a church alight in a bid to kill his ex-girlfriend and some clerics. They had allegedly advised the woman to dump him, following a “prophecy in which the woman was shown her real husband.” Fortunately, the worshippers escaped unhurt, although the church was burnt to ashes. The suspect, Phibion Ngandini (35), was booted out unexpectedly by his long-time girlfriend,

Juliet Mukande, on 30 October. “Mukande was initially reluctant to open up,” said police spokesperson Assist Insp Siphiwe Makonese, “but later told Ngandini that her actions had been influenced by a prophecy. She revealed that prophets had told her to dump him before they revealed the name of the man.” The suspect’s efforts to win back Mukande’s heart hit a brick wall as all the tricks he employed were fruitless.He then hatched a plan and it is reported that, on 23 November, Ngandini - knowing that his ex-girlfriend was attend-

ing an all-night prayer session - allegedly set the church on fire. The congregation ran for their lives and watched helplessly as the church building went up in smoke. It was reported that Ngandini came from a bushy area and started shouting at the clerics, accusing them of being evil. The matter was reported to the police and Ngandini was arrested. He appeared before Magistrate Stephen Ndlovu on charges of attempted murder and malicious damage to property. The case was postponed and Ngandini is in custody.

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Youth spread the message against abuse The SAPS at Tshilwavhusiku and Youth Against Crime distributed pamphlets to pedestrians, motorists and residents in the Sinthumula and Kutama area last Wednesday. The pamphlets carry messages condemning the abuse of women and children The Tshilwavhusiku team was joined by the Makhado Community Policing Forum, Tshitale and Waterval SAPS and Makhado Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit (FCS) in the campaign. D/Const Mokgadi Mamukhwana of Makhado FCS addressed guardians and pupils at local nursery schools in Ma-

dombidzha village about their rights. “Children have got a right to nutrition and shelter,” she said. “We condemn the situation where young mothers leave kids at home and go gambling, using the money that should have been utilised for food and clothes for the children.” She advised women and children not to take a bath immediately if they have been raped, so that the doctors will be able to take DNA samples for proof in court. “In rape cases, the victim must rush to the nearest police station to report the matter,” she said. Makhado Youth Against Crime’s Khodani Muthambi (19) warned abusers and would-

be abusers to refrain from all acts of abuse because children need to live in a safe environment. “We are children and we need to continue with our schooling without any disturbance,” said Khodani. “If a child is abused, he or she suffers a lot and might even lose focus on his or her school work. We don’t need to see that. Abusers must leave us alone.” The spokesperson for the Tshilwavhusiku police, Const Munyadziwa Marindi, said that the campaign was a success. “We believe that our message was heard in the communities which we visited and distributed pamphlets,” she said.

Cheerful participators in the nativity scene all gathered around “Joseph”, “Mary” and “baby Jesus”. Everyone, from the wise men to the shepherds to the little sheep, looks very happy to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. All are from Small Talk Christian Centre for Early Learning.

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LEGALS LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35 (5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates specified below will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the Masters and Magistrates as stated.Should no objections thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registration number of estate: 2352/2012, Surname: Muhanelwa, Christian Names: Nditsheni Wilson, Identity number: 581124 5266 080, Last Address: E R F 4 8 3 T h o h o y a ndou, Magistrate’s Office: Thohoyandou, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou High Court. A.R. Madia Attorneys, Old mutual Building, OfficeNo: G21 & G23, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35 (5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates specified below will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the Masters and Magistrates as stated.Should no objections thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registration number of estate: 2015/2013, Surname: Mathonsi, Christian Names: Phahlela George, Identity number: 630813 5447 085, Last Address: House No. 747 Section B Malamulele, Christian names and surname of sur-

viving spouse: Tintswalo Nomsa Mathonsi, Identity number: 680512 0434 085, Magistrate’s Office: Thohoyandou, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou High Court. A.R. Madia Attorneys, Old mutual Building, OfficeNo: G21 & G23, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 Please take note that Mabuge Matodzi Patrick intends making application to The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC)for the restoration of NDIHULE TRADERS CC: 2007/033248/23.Please take further notice that any objections to this application must be lodged with The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) within 21 days of the publication hereof. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS SECTION 29 In the Estate of Late: Tshiwela Maphalaphathwa, I.D. No: 6906041203086, who died on the 27th day of August 2013, Master’s reference number:1873/2013. Creditors and Debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30(Thirty)days as from date on this advertisement. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 5th day of November 2013. Executor Attorneys, Maluleke Z.D. Attorneys,Stag Village Complex,1st Floor Office No 11,Mphephu Drive/ Road,Opposite Galitos& Caltex Garage,Cell:076 8132868/0714986320,Tel/ Fax:015 962 1110 / 86 268 2763, E-mail: zrasikhanya@gmail.com, P.O. Box 1665, Thohoyandou, 0950. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS SECTION 29 In the Estate of Late: Makatu Lucas Dzhabuli, I.D. No: 6809195083082, who died on the 08 th day of February 2013, Master’s reference number:398/2013.Creditors and Debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30(Thirty)days as from date on this advertisement. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 5th day of November 2013. Executor Attorneys, Maluleke Z.D. Attorneys,Stag Village Complex,1st Floor Office No 11,Mphephu Drive/ Road,Opposite Galitos& Caltex Garage,Cell:076 8132868/0714986320,Tel/ Fax:015 962 1110 / 86 268 2763, E-mail: zrasikhanya@gmail.com, P.O. Box 1665, Thohoyandou, 0950. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS SECTION 29 In the Estate of Late: Ndwamato Mathews Maphaha, I.D. No: 4703095341082, who died on the 08th day of September 2013, Master’s reference number:2037/2013. Creditors and Debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30(Thirty)days as from date on this advertisement. Dated at Thohoyandou

on this the 5th day of November 2013. Executor Attorneys, Maluleke Z.D. Attorneys,Stag Village Complex,1st Floor Office No 11,Mphephu Drive/ Road,Opposite Galitos& Caltex Garage,Cell:076 8132868/0714986320,Tel/ Fax:015 962 1110 / 86 268 2763, E-mail: zrasikhanya@gmail.com, P.O. Box 1665, Thohoyandou, 0950. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS SECTION 29 In the Estate of Late: Muthupheyi Johannes Ts h i d a h i s i , I . D . N o : 4603045198089, who died on the 05th day of April 2013, Master’s reference number:1812/2013.Creditors and Debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30(Thirty) days as from date on this advertisement.Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 5th day of November 2013. Executor Attorneys, Maluleke Z.D. Attorneys,Stag Village Complex,1st Floor Office No 11,Mphephu Drive/ Road,Opposite Galitos& Caltex Garage,Cell:076 8132868/0714986320,Tel/ Fax:015 962 1110 / 86 268 2763, E-mail: zrasikhanya@gmail.com, P.O. Box 1665, Thohoyandou, 0950. Makhado Amendment Scheme 90 & 91 I, Jaco Daniël du Plessis, being the authorised agent of the owner of Erven 922 & 960, Louis Trichardt, hereby give notice in terms of Section 56 (1)(b)(i) of the Town Planning and Townships Ordinance, 1986 (Ordinance 15 of 1986) that I have applied to the Makhado Municipality for the amendment of the Makhado Land-Use Scheme, 2009 by the re-

zoning of Erf 922, Louis Trichardt situated in Cronje Street from "Residential 1" to “Residential 2” with an annexure to increase the maximum density to 42 dwellings units per hectare and the coverage to 63% and the rezoning of Erf 960, Louis Trichardt situated in Reitz Street from "Residential 1" to “Residential 2” with an annexure to increase the maximum density to 42 dwellings units per hectare. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Director: Development and Planning, First Floor, Makhado Municipality (Civic Centre), Makhado (Louis Trichardt), 83 Krogh Street, for a period of 28 days from 13 December 2013. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Director: Development & Planning, at the above address or at Private Bag X2596, Makhado (Louis Trichardt), 0920, within a period of 28 days from 13 December 2013. Address of Agent: Pieterse, Du Toit & Associates, P.O. Box 11306, BENDOR PARK, 0713, Tel: 015 2974970/1 Notice of Restoration of Company/Close Corporation Please take note that Makhado Lydia and Netshidzati Matodzi Naomi intends making application to the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission for the restoration of Travel Car Wash and Cleaning CC, Reg no: 2006/051864/23 previously deregistered. Any objection to the application must be lodged with the Companies and Intellec-

tual Property Commission within 21 days from date of this advertisement. Notice to Creditors in Terms of Section 29(1) of the Administration of Estate Act 66 of 1965 In the estate of the Late Richardt Maluleque of Identity number: 8409085744089 of Matiyani village, Malamulele district, Limpopo province, who died on the 23rd day of November 2013 and who was customarily married to Lucy Netshipakoni of Identity number 8509110807080, Estate number: 2470/2013, Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 05th day of December 2013. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Office No.12 01st Floor, Muremela Medical Centre, Opposite Mvusuludzo Taxi Rank, Thohoyandou, 0950, P.O Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Tel no: 015 962 1957, Fax no: 015 962 1957/086568 1512, Ref: Baloyi/Est20/2013 Notice to Creditors in Terms of Section 29(1) of the Administration of Estate Act 66 of 1965 In the estate of the Late Leonard Dagada of Identity number: 5612175117081 of House no: 449, Block F, Thohoyandou, Vhembe district, Limpopo province, who died on the 18th day of November 2013 and who was married in community of property to Mashudu Christine Dagada of Identity number 5712250160087 , Es-

tate number: 2471/2013, Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 05th day of December 2013. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Office No.12 01st Floor, Muremela Medical Centre, Opposite Mvusuludzo Taxi Rank, Thohoyandou, 0950, P.O Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Tel no: 015 962 1957, Fax no: 015 962 1957/086568 1512, Ref: Baloyi/Est20/2013 Notice to Creditors in Terms of Section 29(1) of the Administration of Estate Act 66 of 1965 In the estate of the Late Maluleke Mbazimma Elias of Identity number: 4505015206083 of Stand no.85 Mashavele village, Giyani, Limpopo province, who died on the 22nd day of August 2013 and who was married in community of property to Maluleke Mihlava Mijaji of Identity number 3204210208083 , Estate number: 6631/2013, Master’s office: Polokwane. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 06th day of December 2013. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Office No.12 01st Floor, Muremela Medical Centre, Opposite Mvusuludzo Taxi Rank, Thohoyandou, 0950, P.O Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Tel no: 015 962 1957, Fax no: 015 962 1957/086568 1512, Ref: Baloyi/Est20/2013

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

TENDER NO. 48 OF 2013 Rehabilitation of Eltivillas business area and CBD streets phase 2A Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Rehabilitation of Eltivillas Business Area and CBD Streets Phase 2A. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 18 December 2013 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R300,00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on 18 December 2013 at 10:00 at Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 48 of 2013: Rehabilitation of Eltivillas Business Area and CBD Streets Phase 2A” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer of the main entrance to the Civic Centre by not later than 12:00 on Wednesday, 8 January 2014 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of submission thereof. Submitted tenders will be evaluated on 90/10 score points. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or facsimile or electronically by e-mail, or not having the following documents attached for evaluation or not complying with the tender specifications, will not be evaluated and will be disqualified: • Original valid Tax Clearance Certificate • A certified copy of Company Registration Certificate • Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s). • CIDB Certificate, Grade 5CEPE or Higher • B-BBEE Certificate (only for Preferential points) All technical enquiries can be directed to the Acting Director Technical Services, Mr L.N Ragimana at (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr R.L Moswathupa at (015) 519 3171. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado Notice No: 176/2013 File No: 8/3/2/1165

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Teachers from Mahwasane Primary and Mahwasane Primary Schools in the Luvuvhu Circuit held a farewell party at the Porchevilla hotel outside Thohoyandou last Thursday. The motivational speaker, Ms Dorah Tshishonga, urged educators to work united as a team, so that there is progress in their schools. In our photo, the teachers, school governing body members and educational representatives from the two schools pose for a photograpgh after the event. The school manager of Mamathieledzha, Mr Mmbangiseni Nengwenani (seated left), shakes hands with Ms Antonia Tshamaano, manager of Mahwasane. Photo: Silas Ndivheni.

The Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKVA) in the Vhembe District intends to pronounce its support for Premier Stan Mathabatha to be the provincial chairperson of the ANC during the conference to be held this month. They are also rooting for Ms Thembi Nwendamutsu for treasurer and support David “Dambuza” Malada to be included in the new provincial executive committee. In our photograph are four members of MK’s Veteran’s Association, Messrs Joseph Yende and Speedo Dau, Ms Gloria Lwthole and Mr Eric Ramutamba.

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

CLOSING OF MUNICIPAL OFFICES: 2013 FESTIVE SEASON Creating future leaders

Members of the public are hereby notified that the Municipal Offices in Makhado (Louis Trichardt), Dzanani, Waterval, Vuwani and Vleyfontein towns as well as the Public Library, Erasmus Street, Makhado ( Louis Trichardt) will close

UNIVERSITY OF VENDA INVITES EXPERIENCED SERVICE PROVIDERS TO BID FOR THE FOLLOWING SERVICES BID NO

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CONFR 2012/2015

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MINIMUM COMPULSARY REQUIREMENTS BRIEFING SESSION

17 January 2014 at 10h00 Art Gallery Building

CLOSING DATE & TIME

31 January 2014 at 12h00

Tender documents will be available for collection as of 13 December 2013 during working hours (8:30 to 16:00 Monday to Friday) at Procurement Office No. 51 Facilities Management Building, University of Venda, Thohoyandou. A non-refundable tender deposit of R500.00 is required on collection of the tender document, payable in cash at the Finance department , University of Venda or deposited at ABSA Bank, Account number 1 000 000 538 and reference number 00015616. Bids sealed in an envelope clearly indicating the bid number and the Project Name should be deposited in the tender box located at the University of Venda, Facilities Management Building not later than 12h00, where tenders will be opened in public. Univen is not compelled to accept the lowest or any bid. No late, faxed or telephonic Bids will be accepted. Bid submitted shall remain valid for 90 (ninety) days after the closing date. Any technical enquiries can be directed in writing to Emmanuel Nemamilwe of Ndidali Quantity Surveyors at manu@ndidaliqs.co.za / 015 291 4029 or Ronald Tshitangano at ronald.tshitangano@univen.ac.za / 015 962 8250. Tender administration and procurement queries can be directed to Richard Rammupudu at richard.rammupudu@univen.ac.za / 015 962 8253.

1. at 12h00 on Tuesday, 24 December 2013 and 2. at 12h00 on Tuesday, 31 December 2013. All emergency and standby services will however continue uninterrupted, as is the case in regard to all public holidays and during weekends. Please note that counter services will be available on the said days, including for the selling of electricity coupons at the usual points of sale, as follows: Time

Date

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24 December 2013

Civic Center, Krogh Street

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31 December 2013

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We wish all our residents a season of peace and happiness and a prosperous 2014. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 12 & 13 December 2013 Notice No: 174 of 2013 File No: 5/6/5 & 5/6/B

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TENDER NO. 49 OF 2013 Rehabilitation of Eltivillas business area and CBD streets phase 2B

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Closing Date 27th December 2013 at 11h00

Enquiries Mr. M Makhoshi Tel:(015) 291 5308 Fax:(015)291 4225

Musina Local Municipality shall adjudicate tenders in accordance with the Supply Chain Management Policy and the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 5/2000. CIDB Grading Required: 6CE or Higher Tender documents are obtainable from Musina Municipality office at Musina civic centre, Irwin Street upon receipt of non-refundable cash or bank guaranteed cheque payment of R250.00 Tender documents are obtainable during the following time: 08:00 to 15:00(Monday to Friday) as from Tuesday the 17th December 2013 A compulsory site inspection will be held on Wednesday the 18th of December 2013 at 11h00. Prospective tenderers will meet the engineers and the representative of the employer at the parking lot of the Musina Municipality office in Musina. The closing time for receipt of tender is on Friday 27th December 2013 at 11h00am telegraphic, telephonic, telefax, facsimile and late tenders will be not be accepted.

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MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI MUNICIPAL MANAGER

MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI MUNICIPAL MANAGER

MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

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

Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Rehabilitation of Eltivillas Business Area and CBD Streets Phase 2B. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 18 December 2013 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R300,00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on 18 December 2013 at 10:00 at Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 49 of 2013: Rehabilitation of Eltivillas Business Area and CBD Streets Phase 2B” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer of the main entrance to the Civic Centre by not later than 12:00 on Wednesday, 8 January 2014 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of submission thereof. Submitted tenders will be evaluated on 90/10 score points. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or facsimile or electronically by e-mail, or not having the following documents attached for evaluation or not complying with the tender specifications, will not be evaluated and will be disqualified: • Original valid Tax Clearance Certificate • A certified copy of Company Registration Certificate • Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s). • CIDB Certificate, Grade 5CEPE or Higher • B-BBEE Certificate (only for Preferential points) All technical enquiries can be directed to the Acting Director Technical Services, Mr L.N Ragimana at (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr R.L Moswathupa at (015) 519 3171.

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INVITATION TO TENDER

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado Notice No: 177/2013 File No: 8/3/2/1166

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Tenders, completed as prescribed, shall be sealed in an envelope marked “Tender No.14/2013, ``CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS AND STORMWATER IN MUSINA EXT 14” and deposited in the tender box located in the Musina Municipality Offices in Musina. NOTE: The Municipality reserves the right not to accept the lowest Tender. The Tender validity shall be 90(Ninety) days from the date of closure. MJ Matshivha Municipal Manager

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LIMPOPO MIRROR

26 13 December 2013 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Pupils tear uniforms after final exams Ugly stares by parents and excitement by onlookers greeted the ecstatic Grade 12 pupils from Thohoyandou Technical High School in Thohoyandou Block F who arrived in numbers, singing happy songs, in Thohoyandou last Friday. The group, who had just finished their last examination paper, drew many spectators in the Thohoyandou CBD. They came in droves, wearing T-shirts with messages written on them and Some of the pupils who caused a stir at the Thohoyandou shopping centre last week. They tore some of them torn beyond repair. They even danced a unique dance their uniforms in a boastful manner to show that they are all going to pass their exams.

to show that they were happy to have written their last paper and to show how confident they were that they would not go back to Grade 12. Christmas shoppers were taken by surprise to see the group in tattered shirts and dancing as they did not know why the pupils were doing it. “We are done with our exams and there is no need to keep the old uniforms. Why should we keep the old uniforms when we are going to tertiary institutions? We are quite sure we performed well in

the exams and there is no turning back. It is tertiary education next year,” said Maanda Mudau, one of the pupils. Some parents who witnessed the event were very upset. “How can they tear such expensive uniforms, when there are so many disadvantaged kids out there? They should just have donated them to the poor,” said one of the the parents, who preferred not to be named. She said it would be bad if some of them were to fail and go back to school.

MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY

MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY

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

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

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

MASIPALA WA XIKAYA WA MAKHADO

PROPOSED PERMANENT CLOSURE IN TERMS OF SECTION 68 READ WITH SECTION 67 OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ORDINANCE, 1939 (ORDINANCE 17 OF1939): 1. PORTION OF ERF 1309, HA-TSHIKOTA (VLEIFONTEIN) EXTENSION 1 TOWNSHIP; AND 2. ERF 1640, LOUIS TRICHARDT EXTENSION 1 TOWNSHIP Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 68 read with Section 67 of the Local Government Ordinance, 1939 (Ordinance 17 of 1939) that the Makhado Local Municipality intends to permanently close 1. a portion measuring 2 (two) hectare of erf 1309, situated at Ha-Tshikota (Vleifontein) Extension 1 township, which is in extent 19, 4520 hectare and zoned as a “park”; 2. and erf 1640, situated at Louis Trichardt Extension 1 Township measuring 9,114m² and zoned as “Public open Space” both for the purpose to develop a “place of public worship”. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours from 07h30 to13h00 and from 14h00 to 16h00, at Director Development Planning’s Office, First Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado, 0920 or the Town Planner’s Offices, First Floor, Noor Centre building, corner Songozwi and Munnik streets, Makhado, for a period of 30 (thirty) calendar days calculated from the date of this notice.

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 12 & 13 N’wendzamhala 2013 Nomboro ya xiviso: 175 of 2013 Nomboro ya faili: 7/4/1/4 & E 1640

MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI MUNICIPAL MANAGER

MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY

MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY

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

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

PLAASLIKE MUNISIPALITEIT VAN MAKHADO

MASIPALA WAPO WA MAKHADO U DZiNGINYWA HA U VALA LWA TSHOTHE HU TSHITEVHELWA TSHITENWA TSHA FURATHIMALO (68) TSHI TSHI VHALWA NA TSHITENWA TSHA FURATHISUMBE TSHA MULAYO WA MAVHUSELE APO, 1939 (MULAYO WA FUMISUMBE (17) WA 1939): 1. TSHIPIDA TSHA TSHITANDE TSHA 1309, HA-TSHIKOTA (VLEIFONTEIN) EXTENSION 1 TOWNSHIP; NA 2. TSHITANNDE TSHA 1640, LOUIS TRICHARDT EXTENSION 1 TOWNSHIP Ndivhadzo I kho newa hu tshi tevhedzwa mbetshelwa ya tshitenwa tsha furathimalo tshi tshi vhalwa na tshitenwa tsha furathisumbe tsha Mulayo wa mavhusele apo wa nwaha wa, 1939 (Mulayo wa vhufumi sumbe (17) wa 1939) zwauri Masipala wapo wa Makhado u khou toda u vala lwa tshothe 1. tshipida tshilinganaho 2 (two) hectare tsha tshitannde tsha 1309, tshiwanalaho Ha-Tshikota (Vleifontein) Extension 1 Township, tshine tshavha hekhithara dza 19, 4520 tsho fhelela tsho tiwaho sa “phakha”; na 2. tshitannde tsha 1640, tshiwanalaho Louis Trichardt Extension 1 Township tshilinganaho 9,114m² tsho tiwaho sa “Tshipida tsha nnyi na nnyi” zwothe hu tshi itelwa u bveledzisa fhethu ha u kerekela ha nnyi na nnyi. Zwidodombedza zwa khumbelo iyi zwinga tolwa nga tshifhinga tsha mushumo ubva nga 07h30 u swika 13h00 na ubva nga 14h00 u swikwa nga 16h00, ofisini ya Mulanga Mveledziso ya Vhupulani, vhurala ha u thoma, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado, 0920 kana kha ofisi dza vhupulani, vhurala ha u thoma, Noor Centre building, kha khuda ya Songozwi and Munnik streets, Makhado, lwa tshifhina tsha maduvha a furaru (30) a khalendara hu tshi vhaliwa ubva nga duvha la u andadziwa ha ndivhadzo iyi. Muthu munwe na munwe kana muimeleli ane avha na khanedzo anga zwiita nga u to nwala vhukati ha maduvha a furaru (30) u bva nga duvha la u andadziwa ha ndivhadzo iyi nga u rulemela khanedzo kha ofisi ya Mulanga Mveledziso ya Vhupulani kana kha ofisi dza vhupulani dzi wanalaho kha dzi adiresi dzo bulwaho afho ntha kana nga u to posa kha Minidzhere wa Masipala, Phuraivethe Bege X2596, Makhado, 0920. Muthu munwe na menwe ane asa kone u nwala a nga da kha ofisi ya Mulanguli wa Mveledziso ya Vhupulani I wanalaho kha diresi yo bulwaho afho ntha nga tshifhinga tsha mushumo vhukati ha maduvha a furaru (30) ubva nga duvha la u andadziwa ha ndivhadzo iyi hune khanedzo kana khwathisedzo zwado nwalwa.

VOORGESTELDE PERMANENTE SLUITING INGEVOLGE ARTIKEL 68 SAAMGELEES MET ARTIKEL 67 VAN DIE ORDONNANSIE OP PLAASLIKE BESTUUR, 1939 (ORDONNANSIE 17 VAN 1939): 1. GEDEELTE VAN PARKERF 1309, HA-TSHIKOTA UITBREIDING 1 DORP (VLEYFONTEIN) EN 2. PUBLIEKE OPENBARE RUIMTE, ERF 1640, LOUIS TRICHARDT UITBREIDING 1 DORP Kennis word hiermee ingevolge artikel 68 saamgelees met artikel 67 van die Ordonnansie op Plaaslike Bestuur, 1939 (Ordonnansie 17 van 1939) gegee dat die Plaaslike Munisipaliteit van Makhado van voorneme is om 1. ‘n gedeelte, ongeveer 2 hektaar groot, van erf 1309, te Ha-Tshikota Uitbreiding 1 dorp, in total groot 19,452 hektaar en gesoneer as park; en 2. erf 1640, Louis Trichardt Uitbreiding 1 Dorp, 9114m² groot en gesoneer as Publieke Openbare Ruimte permanent te sluit vir doeleindes van ontwikkeling as “plek van openbare Godsdiens beoefening”. Besonderhede van die aansoeke lê ter insae vir inspeksie gedurende normale kantoorure vanaf 07h30 tot 13h00 en 14h00 tot 16h00, by die Kantoor van die Direkteur van Ontwikkeling en Beplanning, Eerste Vloer, Kamer C001, Burgersentrum, Kroghstraat 83, Makhado asook by die Stadsbeplanner se Kantoor te Noorsentrum Gebou, Eerste Vloer, hoek/van Songozwi- en Munnikstraat, Makhado vir ‘n tydperk van dertig (30) kalenderdae bereken vanaf die datum van publikasie van hierdie kennisgewing. Enige persoon/verteenwoordiger wat beswaar teen die voorgestelde permanente parksluiting/ publieke openbare ruimte sluiting wou opper moet sodanige beswaar skriftelik indien binne dertig (30) kalenderdae vanaf die datum van publikasie van hierdie kennisgewing by die bogenoemde addres of dit per geregistreerde pos rig aan die Munisipale Bestuurder, Makhado Plaaslike Munisipaliteit, Privaatsak X2596, Makhado, 0920.

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 12 & 13 Desember 2013 Kennisgewing No: 175 of 2013 Leêr No: 7/4/1/4 & E 1640

MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 12 & 13 Nyendavhusiku 2013 Nomboro ya ndivhadzo: 175 of 2013 Nomboro ya faila: 7/4/1/4 & E 1640

MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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Any person who cannot write may come to the Director Development Planning Offices located at the addresses mentioned above during normal office hours within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of the notice where objections or comments will be transcribed. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 12 & 13 December 2013 Notice No: 175 of 2013 MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI File No: 7/4/1/4 & E 1640 MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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Any person or representative having an objection must lodge such objection in writing within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice and submit such objection to the Director Development Planning Offices or Town Planning Section offices located at the addresses mentioned above or by registered mail to the Municipal Manager, Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920.

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GANGISO WO PFALA XIPHEMU XA PHAKA XIKANWE NAKU PFALELA MAKUMU YA NDZHAWU YA PHABULIKI HI HU LANDZA XIYENGE XA 68 LEXI HLAYIWAKA XIKANWE NA XIYENGE XA 67 YA MFUMO XIKAYA ODINANSI, 1939 (ODINANSI 17 YA 1939): XIPHEMU XA XITANDI XA NOMBORO 1309, HA-TSHIKOTA (VLEYFONTEIN) EXTENSION 1 TOWNSHIP XITANDI XA NOMBORO 1640, LOUIS TRICHARDT EXTENSION 1 TOWNSHIP Xiviko xi tivisiwa hiku landza Section 68 yi hlayiwa na Section 67 ya mfumo xikaya Odinasi, 1939 (Odinansi 17 ya 1939) leswaku Masipala wa Makhado wu navela ku pfala Xiphemu xa xitandi xa nomboro 1309, Ha-Tshikota (Vleyfontein) Township xo ringana 19.1420 wa tihekitara naswona yi boxiwake kumbe yi vuriwaka leswaku I phaka Xitandi xa nomboro 1640, Louis Trichardt Extension 1 Township “Ndzhawu ya phabuliki” yo ringanaka 9114m² tindzawu leti mbirhi xikongomelonkulu ku nga xa ku endla “Ndzhawu ya vukhongeleri.” Vuxokoxoko bya xikombelo byi ta kumeka kusukela hinkarhi wa 07h30 ku fikela 16h00 eka hofisi ya Vulawuri bya nhluvukiso na tipulani ta doroba, first floor, Makhado Local Municipality, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado 0920 kumbe eka tihofisi ta vapulani bya doroba leyi kumekaka eka first floor, Noor Centre Building eka khona ya xitarata xa Songozwi (Nomboro ya 29) na Munnik (Nomboro ya 97), Makhado, ku fikela masiku ya khalendara lama ringanaka 30 kusukela siku ra xiviko lexi. Munhu unwana kumbe muyimeri loyi a nga na xivilelo u fanele ku yisa xivilelo xa yena hiku tsala ku nga si hundza masiku ya 30 kusukela siku ra xiviko lexi a heleketa eka Vulawuri bya nhluvukiso na tipulani ta doroba kumbe xiyenge xa tihofisi ta vapulani bya doroba leyi kumekaka eka direse leyi boxiweke laha henhla kumbe hi poso ya regisitara eka Mufambisi wa Masipala, Private Bag x2596, Makhado, 0920. Loyi a nga koteku kutsala a nga ya eka hofisi ya Vulawuri bya nlhuvukiso na tipulani ta doroba leyi leyi kumekaka eka diresi leyi boxiweke laha henhla hinkarhi wa ntirho ku nga si hundza 30 wa masiku kusukela siku ra xiviko lexi.


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By Elmon Tshikhudo

Property mogul supports his community New hot CD for the Adziambei band presents to 34 children. He also gave each of them a R1 000 voucher to buy groceries. The children attend 19 different primary schools and nine are at high schools. They have been identified by his foundation, the Mabilu Foundation. He also gave toys to children from three crèches in the area Mabilu gave R200 000 each to Tshidimbini Secondary School, Tshifhetani Primary School and Tshiavha Primary School and insisted the money should be used for study materials and “not for paving where teachers’cars are parked.” He also donated 10 laptop computers, 10 printers and five

television sets to each of the three schools. The foundation also identified 30 poor families and each was given a R1 000 voucher to buy groceries. The local amateur soccer team, Brave Lions, were also lucky as he announced he was adopting the team. He gave them R25 000 and also said the foundation would pay for the team’s transport and kit, “but not to buy referees.” The two local traditional leaders, Chief Tomboni Tshivhase and Chief Ntsandeni Netshiavha, both received R5 000 vouchers to buy groceries and he donated R200 000 to a local church. Mabilu, who was born in Tshiawelo in Soweto, did his matric in Venda. He said he identified with the rural village because his parents hailed from there. He said he was doing what he did to keep the memory of his mother alive.“Although we were struggling financially, she took care of many visitors from Venda and she was known for her generosity Businessman Mabilu gave vouchers to some of the elderly during and the foundation is a tribute the function. to her,” he said.

During the funeral of the dedicated to the late TshivhangSirwali said they named the late composer and singer, waho Raedani. “It is true ro new CD Mutula Gole, a tradiTshivhangwaho Raedani, in tangulwa (meaning we lost a tional drum of the forefathers, March, the other members of member), because a found- which if it was sounded, the the award-winning Tshiven- er-member of the band is no rain came. Adziambei band was da traditional music band, more and we paid tribute to him formed in 1982 in Guyuni village Adziambei band, promised through the song Thangule. We outside Mutale and made headmourners that the band would promised people that the band lines when they won the award not dissolve. would continue singing as usual for the song of the year, Nwana They kept their promise and and we kept the promise,” said o ngala ngala, during the 2012 last month they amazed the local Sirwali. Tshima awards. music fraternity with a new CD, Mutula Gole. It is very popular and a hot item at local music outlets. The band has four members: group leader Elias Sirwali on lead guitar, composer and singer Temudzani Masindi, Samuel Mabuda composer and singer and singer Johannes Kwinda. The new CD was recorded at Ngoma dza Tshitomboni studios in Thohoyandou and produced by Mulalo Mukwevho. According to group lead- Adziambei band’s members are, from left to right: Elias “Maele” er Elias “Maele” Sirwali, Sirwali, Temudzani Masindi and Samuel Mabuda. Singer Johannes the CD has ten songs, all Kwinda was not present when the photo was taken.

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Sir McKleker is back to groom talent The name Sir McKleker is so popular, and mentioning his name brings to mind hits like Rithelela and Nthengeleni. This man merely produced the two songs, which were done by PhalaPhala FM’s soapie actor

Tshibulebule, aka Phathutshedzo Muthambi. This time around, Sir McKleker, a house hit maker in his own right, has just come forth with a masterpiece that has become popular with the people in

the street. On every corner, taxis and stands in town and villages, the sound of his hit Tapanyedza continues to keep popular house music real. “The song has earned a whopping 1 900 downloads on “kasi mp3” in three-and-half weeks after its date of release,” said Sir McKleker. The song, which speaks about someone who steals the show by dancing naturally, was inspired by the true story that happened in one of the top club he worked in as a DJ in Johannesburg. “Tapanyedza is any dance move that comes naturally to anyone without being taught by anyone,” he explains. “With Tapanyedza, you do whatever you can naturally.” Sir McKleker came back to Limpopo and found a home in Makhado. His sole purpose for returning to his home province was to scout and groom local talent. “All they need is to find a home with a professional recording studio where their talent and efforts will not be compromised,” he says. “That’s the reason why I started Interactive Solid Waves Entertainment studios (iswe). I want to give these artists that high-quality production that will help them compete nationally.” This man means what he says. Last year he produced Tshibulebule’s blockbuster Rithelela, which launched the actor’s singing career. Sir McKleker was born Aluwani Nemaranzhe in the small village of Phiphidi near Thohoyandou. His full-length album, Sophisticated House, came out last year. He can be Sir McKleker wants local talent to do projects which will make phoned on 079 066 0929 or them compete nationally. 084 75 92 984.

INVITATION TO BID The Capricorn College for FET invites Bidders for the construction of new Library at Senwabarwana Campus. Project Name

Site Inspection

CIDB Grading Bid (Main Document Contractor) Price

Construction of new Library at Senwabarwana Campus

Venue: Senwabarwana Campus next to Admin Block Time: 10h00am Date: 15 January 2014

Equal to or higher than 6GBPE or higher

Principal Agent

Aspire Architects Mr E Mogale - 015 291 0963

Client Representative

Vicky Langa / Noko Selolo / Shirley Manyage 015 230 1800

R300.00

Bidders must be registered with the CIDB and should have a CIDB contractor grading as indicated on the table above. The 90/10 preferential point system shall apply. Tenders will be evaluated on the following criteria: • B-BBEE Status = 10, allocated as per B-BBEE Certificate level of contribution. • Price = 90 Bid documents may be obtained as from Wednesday, 08 January 2014 at the Central office, Capricorn College for FET, situated at 16 Market Street, Polokwane on payment of non-refundable cash deposit. A compulsory site inspection meeting, with representatives of Capricorn College for FET and the Principal Agent, will take place as per date and time stipulated on the table above. Only Bidders who attended compulsory site inspections will be considered. Only one representative per company will be allowed to register on the site inspection register. Duly completed bid documents sealed in an envelope marked with “CCFET/2011/09 – CONSTRUCTION OF NEW LIBRARY AT SENWABARWANA CAMPUS” and must be deposited into Capricorn FET College bid box not later than 11h00am on Wednesday 05 February 2014. Telegraphic, telephonic, telex, facsimile e-mailed and late tenders will not be accepted. The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be accepted. KR Madzhie CEO/Principal POLOKWANE CAMPUS Die Meer Street POLOKWANE, 0699 Tel: 015 287 0400 Fax: 015 287 0439

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Property tycoon David Mabilu, who made headlines for his R15 million wedding in Mauritius two years ago, once again made the children and community of Tshidimbini smile via a huge donation last Saturday. The magnate, who coughed up R500,000 for poor kids from his rural village last year, spent R1-million on the community this year. “This man is like the government,” said one person as the property mogul handed over cheques to different sectors of the community in a way never seen before in a Limpopo rural village. First Mabilu gave Christmas


LIMPOPO MIRROR

28 13 December 2013 By Ndivhuwo Musetha

Masindi gets educated to motivate others

Construction work is at an advanced stage at the site of the R2,2 million Thusong Service Centre in Musina Nancefield Extension 7. Musina News

Thusong station for Campbell underway The days of travelling long distances to access municipal and government services will soon be a thing of the past for Ward 6 residents of Musina Municipality. This comes after their wish for the construction of the Thusong Service Centre in Nancefield Ext 7 (commonly known as Campbell) was finally granted. The project started last month and construction is now at an advanced stage. The Musina Municipality, through the Municipal Infrastrure Grant, has committed R2,2 million towards the implementation of the much-awaited project. The Thusong Service Centre programme of the government was initiated in 1999 as one

of the primary vehicles for the implementation of development communication and information and to integrate government services into primarily indigent communities. This was done to address historical, social and economic factors, with limited access to information, services and participation by citizens, as they had to travel long distances to access these services. Musina Mayor Carol Phiri says that the centre will empower the poor and the disadvantaged through access to information, services and resources from government, non-governmental organisations, parastatals and business. “It will enable them to engage in government pro-

grammes for the improvement of their lives. The government´s vision for Thusong Service Centres is to provide every South African citizen with access to information and services within their place of residence, with the purpose of improving the quality of their lives through integrated service delivery.” A jubilant local community member, Maria Ndlovu, says that times for travelling long distances to access services will soon be history. “We are very happy to have this centre around us, because this will make our life easier. We thank everyone who played a role in the establishment of this centre. Words alone cannot express our gratitude.”

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40 courses,” said Masindi proudly. He also studied for diplomas in labour relations, public relations, and in total quality management, all from Unisa. About his future plans, Masindi says he does not see himself practicing as a lawyer as he is still enjoying being an educator. “My plan is to impart my knowledge from law degrees by teaching, maybe at university level,” says Masindi.

Getting educated to motivate others - Edward Masindi, photographed after receiving his LLB degree.

Several schools benefitted from the Omo Sports Challenge this year. The Xilumani Primary School at Chavhani near Elim received sports equipment and a science lab from Omo and Spar. In our photo are Tshumbedzo Rambau, Matimu Manganyi, and Nkarhi Manganyi (pupils of the school), Mr Phanuel Baloyi and Ms Pauline Baloyi (teachers).

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A well-known educator, Thivhileli Edward Masindi (46), is learning more and more just to inspire others, especially the youth. Masindi, who has several degrees and three diplomas, has been admitted as an advocate. He is an English teacher at Marude Secondary School, situated next to the University of Venda, and was admitted as advocate on 12 September in the Limpopo High Court in Thohoyandou. Masindi has been a teacher since 1991, after he qualified with a BA, UED and BA Honours from Univen. He taught English and geography at Humbelani Secondary in Phadzima, Nzhelele, where he spent three years until 1994, when he moved to Tshikevha Secondary. He taught there for 15 years and then left for Marude. Masindi will receive an LLM from Unisa in February. He said he he was encouraged to study law by his previous principal at Tshikevha, Mr Thivhavhudzi Ratshibvumo. “Mr Ratshibvumo said I could easily complete a law degree and make a good lawyer because I am good in English. At first, I did not want to take his advice but I later decided to take it as another way of inspiring other people, especially the youth, to take education seriously. “I started with my LLB degree in 2007 and completed it in 2011 with 17 distinctions out of

Mvudi Primary School received a science lab as beneficiaries of this year’s Omo Sports Challenge. In our photograph are Ms Erica Dzhivhuho (principal), Rendani Masha, Tshihdzi Manwada, Ipti Tshisevhe and Mr Hendrick Thinavhuyo Matoya.

Mr Rambau (principal), Busisiwe Booi, Adivpano Maselesele, Xolisile Countries and Mr MD Ramabulana, photographed with the prizes the Makwarela Primary School received in this year’s Omo Sports Challenge.


LIMPOPO MIRROR

13 December 2013

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Benny’s Care hammered 4-0 in final of tournament

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Phakhamani Mahlambi of the School of Excellence scored a hat trick when his team hammered Benny’s Care 4-0 in the final of the national Metropolitain U/16 tournament at the Seshego Stadium on Saturday. The School of Excellence took the game to their opponents from the first whistle. It took them only five minutes to stamp their authority on the game when their speedy forward, Phakamani Mahlambi, was on target, following a square pass by Katlego More. About 20 minutes later, he scored his second when he found the net with a header after a rebound. Ronewa Baloyi of Benny’s was the first player to go into the referee’s book. He tackled Tshepo Lebothe from behind and was lucky not to see red. Mahlambi coplete his hat trick six minutes before half time. Benny’s lost hope after Rotshidzwa Tshiluka missed a sitter when he had only the keeper to beat. The keeper of Benny’s, Dennis Madire, received high acclaim when he saved a penalty after a team mate had brought down Tshilogo Makone. Sibusiso Ngwenya forced his way through the defence of Benny’s and scored the fourth goal late in the game.

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The coach of Benny’s Care Development, Mr Justice Motloga, believes they lost to a better side in the final of the Metropolitan U/16 tournament at Seshego on Saturday. Benny’s lost 0-4 to the Transnet School of Excellence. “We made a few mistakes that you pay for at this level,” Matloga said after the match. “But, let’s give all the boys a pat on the back, because they did so well. We worked for each other, but we were up against a team that was just too good,” he added. He said that he was happy that they

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LIMPOPO MIRROR

13 December 2013 Preview

By Frank Mavhungu

Will Leopards prey on Blackburn Rovers?

Brothers and United share the glory Ramukhuba Young Brothers strated that in the 38th min- against the visiting side soon came back from a 0-2 half- ute. The team’s captain, Obrey afterwards. Brothers’ bulldozer time deficit to hold Tshakhu- Raluzwidzo, caught the keeper striker, Tshimangadzo “Sekma RO United to a 2-2 draw napping and blasted in a ground golela” Ramuhashi, found the in their SAB League match at cutter from the left corner to net with a header, following Ramukhuba on Sunday. bring the half-time score to 2-0. a square pass from Raymond The hosts were out of touch Tshakhuma RO could have Nekhumbe. RO United lost in the first 30 minutes. At that increased the margin in the 55th shape in the middle of park stage, the visitors were dictat- minute. Nndwamato Miriri, who soon after the goal. Ramuhashi ing terms in all departments. came on as a substitute, went scored again in the 79th minute. In the 12th minute United loose from the centre of the pitch The captain of United, Obrey threatened to score. Their right and hesitated for too long to Raluzwidzo, missed a fortune in flank, Asivhanzhi Muthubi, unleash until he lost possession. the dying minutes. He shot wide could not believe his eyes The wheel of fortune turned from inside the box. when his half-volley hit the woodwork and bounced outside the field of play for a goal kick. As if that was not enough to stir up the team’s fans, Lufuno “CJ” Mugodi caused another upset moments thereafter. Mugodi received a neat pass from Mulisa Luvhengo and shot wide from the edge of the box. RO rectified their mistakes and opened their account in the 28th minute. Mulisa Luvhengo unleashed a powerful shot from the 25-meter area. The keeper of Young Brothers, Mukondi Sandani, watched helplessly as the ball hit the back of the net. The goal was a morale booster to the players of RO Thikhedzo Munyai of Young Brothers controls the ball, while United. They demon- Asivhanzhi Muthubi of United is on his heels. Limpopo The Fresh One Team

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Baroka FC are still in mourning. The Sekhukhune side is still battling to come to terms with what happened to them last weekend. They came back with empty hands from their away fixture against Blackburn Rovers at the Gelvandale Stadium in East London. Although Baroka were the first to score, their celebrations were cut short as the home side retaliated within a short space of time. The final score was 3-2 for Rovers. United FC and Chippa United shared the spoils 1-1 at the Philipi Stadium. Chippa were lucky to Team

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National First Division Team

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grab a point from the match as their equalizing goal came three minutes before the final whistle. Sivutsa Stars failed to impress their home fans. They played to a goalless draw with Jomo Cosmos at the Kabokweni Stadium in Nelspruit. Cosmos realised that it was not their day when they were awarded a penalty in the 29th minute. Their demon midfielder, Derick Moore, made an unforgettable blunder by shooting straight to the keeper from the penalty spot. The rookies, Maluti FET College, moved a few steps up on the log when they beat FC Cape

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Athlone Stadium in Rondebosch East. Roses United will have a date with United FC at the Makhulong Stadium in Thembisa, and Thanda Royal Zulu will undertake a journey to Phuthaditshaba in the Free State. They will lock horns with Maluti FET College at the Charles Mopedi Stadium. Santos will host Chippa United at the Athlone Stadium in their Cape Town derby. Tuesday will see African Warriors entertain Vasco da Gama at the Charles Mopedi Stadium. The only match to be played on Monday will be between Witbank Spurs and Sivutsa Stars at the Puma Rugby Stadium in Witbank

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lying in the fifth spot, Rovers are fighting for survival. The coach of Black Leopards, Mr Kostadin Papic, says although his mandate is to take the team back to the Absa Premiership, come the end of the season, it will be good for the club and the people of Vhembe if they manage to bring home some silverware in the process. He clearly indicated that they will not underestimate Rovers. FC Cape Town will take on Baroka FC at the NNK Rugby Stadium in Cape Town. Baroka are still recovering from their 1-3 defeat at the hands of Blackburn Rovers. Jomo Cosmos meet the pace setters, Milano United, at the

NFD results

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The affiliates of the National First Division will play their preliminary matches for the Nedbank Cup Competition from Monday until Wednesday next week. The draw for the opening matches was conducted at the Premier Soccer League's offices in Johannesburg last Tuesday. Black Leopards have reason to regard themselves lucky. They will host the East London-based side, Blackburn Rovers, at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. Lidoda Duvha are almost sure of a place in the last-32 stage of the prestigious competition if the current log standing is anything to go by. While the Thohoyandou outfit is

MMK Funeral Service League D

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Ravele Highlanders FC Manavhela Real Fighters Muraleni Young Rebellions Maebani Young Eagles Manavhela Black Aces Madombizha Try Again Kutama Young Stars Maebani Aces United Midoroni Real Hearts Gogobole Bucs FC Madodonga United Stars Tshiozwi Mates FC Gogobole Home Defenders Benny Sports Academy Maebani Peace Makers Ltt Murunwa Soccer Aca Mabilu FC

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Team Matshavhawe Co To See Maluma All Stars Mavhunga Home Sweepers Phadzima Shining Stars Tshedza Onismuts FC Vuvha Kill Them All Dopeni Mighty Comrades Mudunungu Try Again JK Masetoni United Maelula Big Power Matshavhawe United FC Milaboni Chop Them D Nyatema FC Sangoma Black Robbers

Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points

13 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 13

9 7 5 5 4 7 5 5 4 3 5 3 3 2 1 2

2 4 7 1 4 3 4 5 5 7 3 2 6 6 3 4

2 2 1 6 5 3 4 3 4 3 5 8 3 5 9 7

23 21 13 16 18 13 13 21 22 10 13 13 9 10 7 11

8 11 7 19 24 9 14 16 14 10 16 21 9 12 23 20

29 25 22 16 16 24 19 20 17 16 18 11 15 12 6 10

NZHELELE STREAM A Played Won Draw Lost 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1

For 2 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

Against 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 2

Points 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Town 3-2 at the Charles Mopedi Stadium in Phuthaditshaba. The students are now in the 11th position on the log, following their victory. Santos came back from a 0-2 half-time deficit and played their hearts out to hold Witbank Spurs to a 2-2 draw at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town. Vasco da Gama were unstoppable when they beat African Warriors 3-1 at the Parow Park Stadium in Cape Town. Back in Limpopo, Black Leopards beat the logleaders, Milano United FC, 2-1 at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium.

League Logs Team Tshikhudo First Prof. Mandala Happy Boys Thononda All Stars Khakhu Young Chiefs Sheshe Bush Bucks Fundudzi Unit Brothers

NZHELELE STREAM B Played Won Draw Lost 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

For 3 1 4 1 1 0

Against 1 0 3 1 1 0

Points 3 3 3 1 1 0

Dopeni Mighty Comrades

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Khalavha Napoli FC Trimmer Boys FC

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

Tshikombani Super Spar

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Fondwe Mighty Blues Khakhu Fast XI Mphaila Young Tigers

1 1 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

1 1 1

3 0 1

4 1 3

0 0 0

For 4 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Against 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 3

Points 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Team Matanda Rockers FC Nzhelele Home Sweepers Manyii DAB Stars Sipholi Smiling Mover Lugisani Arsenal FC Mphephu Hotspurs FC Raliphaswa Roll Stones Tshituni Hot Spurs Mamvuka heroes FC Mudimeli Bombers FC Tshikuwi S Breakers FJ Napoli FC Mandiwana Soccer AC Matanda Seven Stars

NZHELELE STREAM C Played Won Draw Lost 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 SAFA Vhembe Womens Regional LE

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Merwe United Ladies Duthuni Womens Comm Mavambe High Landers Raliphaswa ladies Tshambobvu Junior Aces Ngwenani Zone 4 Ladies Limpopo Sports Centre Tshamutshedzi Ladies Paradise The Vultures Dark City Development Omphie Stars Tshaulu Sport Academy

Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 6 18 18 6

16 11 7 10 5 6 8 7 2 2 5 0

20 4 3 3 4 3 3 1 1 1 2 0

0 3 8 5 9 9 7 10 3 15 11 6

53 38 35 33 14 17 32 28 5 7 29 1

Vho - Makhadzi Funeral Services Stream A Team Played Won Draw Lost For Tshimbupfe Disco Stars 2 2 0 0 6 Tshivhulana Real Aces 2 2 0 0 4 Madobi Home Boys 3 1 1 1 3 Tshirululuni XI Bullets 3 2 0 1 5 Mutheiwana FC 2 1 0 1 5 Tshimbupfe Fighting Cats 3 0 1 2 4 Tshino United Brothers 2 2 0 0 7 Kalahari Stars FC 2 1 0 1 3 Singo Disco Five 2 0 0 2 1 Vuwani Liverpool FC 2 1 0 1 5 Hanani Home Fighters 3 0 0 3 2

9 28 18 21 27 32 27 37 7 55 32 41

50 37 24 33 19 21 27 22 7 7 17 0

Against Points 1 6 1 6 4 4 2 6 2 3 8 1 3 6 3 3 3 0 4 3 14 0


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Leopards striker David Zulu (right) tries to shield the ball, while Shane Poggenpoel attempts to intercept it.

The Leopards players celebrate Mumini Abubakar’s equaliser. By Frank Mavhungu

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Leopards surprise leaders Black Leopards surprised the current log leaders of the National First Division, Milano United, when they beat them 2-1 at the old Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday. The visitors from Cape Town did not panic, despite squandering numerous scoring chances in the opening minutes. In the first instance it was their roving midfielder, Saal Devon, who caused an upset. He suffered the pain of watching his long-range volley going off target by inches in the third minute. Richard Webber committed a similar

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a clear penalty. The league’s top goal scorer, David Zulu, made no mistake from the penalty spot to score his 10th goal. The half-time score were 2-1 in favour of Leopards.Leopards replaced Matlakala Maboke, Edgar Manaka and Karabo Tsepe, whose performances deteriorated. They introduced Sipamandla Sangweni, Lebogang Mabotja, and Jacob Mokhansi, but the replacements did not change the complexion of the game. Later in the game, Thabiso Phosholi of United was given a red card for a second bookable offence.

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