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Community members picket outside the Waterval Magistrate’s court on Wednesday morning. This is where a suspect appeared in connection with the rape and murder of an 82-year-old granny the previous week. The body of granny Nyanisi Shivambu of Bungeni Mtsetweni was discovered last Wednesday (5th) morning by a neighbour. She had apparently been killed the previous day. A 22-year-old man was arrested in connection with the rape and murder and appeared in court. He was denied bail and the case was postponed to 21 July. Read the article on page 2. Photo: Kaizer Nengovhela.


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“Such criminals are not real men” By Kaizer Nengovhela

Police closely monitored the proceedings during the MMSEZ public-participation meeting held at Makhado Show Grounds two weeks ago.

Chaos at Makhado MMSEZ meeting any additional comments, issues, and concerns. Chaos erupted during the The MMSEZ is comprised third round of the Musiof two sites; Artonvilla, located na-Makhado Special Econom- in Musina, and the Southic Zone (MMSEZ) public-par- ern Special Economic Zone, ticipation process held at located 50km south of Musina the Makhado Show Grounds at Bokmakierie. The proposed two weeks ago when people development stretches over 8 started protesting about the 022 hectares of land. In 2017, languages used and the lack the Department of Trade and of time interested groups Industry (DTI) approved the were allowed to give input. development of the MMSEZ as The meeting, held on 29 part of the National DevelopApril, ended prematurely as the ment Plan (NDP). people present could not seem Following the public-parto reach an agreement. ticipation meeting held at The consultants tasked with the Makhado Show Grounds, driving the consultation proseveral of the parties present cess, Delta Built Environment voiced their concern over the Consultants (Delta BEC), had process. their hands full trying to conCalvin Leshiba from the trol the proceedings. Interested National Association of Comand affected parties (I&AP) munal Property Associations were allocated 30 minutes said that he was “completely to give their inputs and the unhappy with Delta BEC’s prepresentation by Delta BEC was sentation, as there was no new done in three languages - Eninformation”. Leshiba explained glish, Xitsonga and Venda. that roughly 70 Communal Community representaProperty Associations exist in tives questioned the state of Vhembe, but only four were preparedness of the Venda invited for this public participapresenter, as she omitted part tion. “Why be so selective?” he of the presentation and took asked. “Scientific reports state a long time explaining the that the project is not feasible, process. Others insisted that since the concerned area has althe community representatives ready a challenge of water. The present their concerns in Afrivillages that will be affected by can languages, which then had MMSEZ go for almost three to be translated. weeks without water, so where According to Ronaldo will the project get water from? Retief from Delta BEC, the There are agricultural activities purpose of the meeting was to going on in this area and if the provide I&APs with informaproject is introduced, farmers tion regarding the proposed in the area will not have a place Musina-Makhado SEZ project for these activities. Really, those and give feedback regarding pushing for the project know the findings of the final Envivery well they are going to ronment Impact Assessment benefit.” (EIA) report. I&APs then had Muvuledzi Omega Mudimeli an opportunity to seek clarity from Mudimeli village, one of regarding the findings of the the affected villages, believes specialist studies and to record public participation should be By Bernard Chiguvare

done only in the affected areas or villages. “There is no reason why Delta BEC should go to Pretoria for such participation. Those people are not directly affected. They should come to us who are directly affected,” he said. In his opinion, the public participation should be redone only with the affected parties. Mudemeli represented the Mining Affected Community United Association (MACUA), a union that tries to protect the rights of communities affected by mining development. SOLVE (Safe our Limpopo Valley), another group opposed to the establishment of MMSEZ, expressed their own disappointment. “We are going to push for another round of public participation, as this one was flawed. The one who did her presentation in Venda skipped some parts of the presentation and only left us with questions. Our affected communities need to know exactly what is going on with this project,” said Phuluso Tshidzumba. A community member from Musina, Mmanare Semenya, said Musina residents had mixed feelings about the MMSEZ. Some are happy, believing that the MMSEZ could be a job-creation opportunity in their area, while others were worried about the environmental impact the project might have. According to Deidré Carter, chief executive officer of Agri Limpopo, public participation is about exchanging ideas and finding the best solutions. She said the public was not given enough time, so [the process] must be re-scheduled for the community to voice their concerns and their support.

“Grave robbery” case postponed By Kaizer Nengovhela

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Five suspects accused of violating the sanctity of graves and corpses appeared in the Sibasa Regional Court again on 7 May. Erick Kwinda (39), Colbert Nemasisi (29), Mathadzhila Munyai (20), Daniel Nephawe (23) and traditional healer Avhapfani Nemungadi were arrested in 2018 after four graves at Tshitavha and Folovhodwe villages were allegedly dug up and body parts stolen. The state witness in the case is a former girlfriend of one of the suspects, who allegedly assisted her boyfriend in digging up the graves. In 2018, the girl allegedly told the community and police that her boyfriend had started with the grave-digging in 2015 when she was only 15 years old, and that they had stolen human parts. The girl reportedly collapsed in court and she was told to get professional help. The case was postponed to 22 and 23 June.

“Whoever did that evil act to the aged lady needs to be totally removed from society,” said Cllr Percy Mashimbi on Wednesday. He was one of several people who picketed outside the Waterval Magistrate’s Court, where a suspect appeared in connection with the brutal rape and murder of an 82-year-old lady. The body of granny Nyanisi Shivambu of Bungeni Mtsetweni was discovered last Wednesday (5th) morning by a neighbour. She had apparently been killed the previous day. The body of the granny had several open wounds to her face and head, indicating that she had been stabbed with a sharp object. Provincial police spokesper-

The late Ms Nyanisi Shivambu (82).

son Brig Motlafela Mojapelo said that the attacker seemed to have forced his way into the granny’s house. She was sleeping and alone in the house when the incident happened. Mojapelo said that the attacker had allegedly raped and stabbed his victim in the head with a sharp object and taken her cellphone. The body was found by community members inside the room, and they called the police. A 22-year-old suspect, Remember Shivambu, was allegedly found in possession of the deceased’s cellphone and was arrested in connection with the rape and murder. He appeared in court on Wednesday (12th) and the case was postponed to 21 July, when a bail application is expected to be heard. He remains in custody. Brigadier Mojapelo said that the police investigations would continue. “We have opened a case of murder, rape and theft,” he said. A large crowd gathered at the magistrate’s court in Waterval on Wednesday. Mr Abel Khosa, a community representative who picketed outside the courtroom, said the scourge of murders and rapes in the area had caused the community to reach boiling point. “Everyone must stand up and fight that all murderers be removed from the commu-

nity. If something is not done now, we are all going to perish as a result of murder. We will never rest until we win this war against these cruel people, who live on human blood,” he said. The incident came as a huge shock to the murdered granny’s family. The grandson of the deceased, Bongani Ndleve, said that his grandmother had lived alone. “She was a muchloved person, and we did not expect her to leave us in such a horrible manner,” he said. “Imagine a defenceless granny of her age being strangled and raped. We were robbed of a very loving grandmother, who made sure that we got whatever we wanted,” he said. “I have accepted her death, but I will never forgive the murderer. The murderer does not deserve to live with people, but with wild animals in the bush.” Percy Mashimbi, a councillor from the Collins Chabane Municipality, condemned the act of rape and said that in a society where women should be respected and celebrated, such an act was barbaric. “Anyone who commits such a dastardly crime is not a real man.” Mashimbi said the community wanted the suspect to rot in jail. “We want him to face the might of the law, and if it means to rot in jail, let it be like that,” he said.

Community members have been barricading roads leading to Tshikonelo village with trees and rocks over the past few days. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

House of traditional leader who is accused of kidnapping set alight

to the police, who arrested Mmbi and Luvhengo shortly Shortly after traditional afterwards. leader Vhamusanda MudThe fire at Mmbi’s home was zulathungo Mmbi (66) and discovered by nearby comhis co-accused, Shumani munity members in the early Luvhengo (33), had appeared morning hours of Tuesday, 11 in the Tshaulu Periodic Court May. No one was allegedly in on Monday, 10 May, to apply the house at the time of the for bail, Mmbi’s eight-room fire, as Mmbi lived alone and is house in Tshikonelo-Tshiawe- currently still in custody. lo village was torched. According to Limpopo police spokesperson Brig Motlafela Mmbi and Luvhengo were Mojapelo, the police in Tshaulu arrested on 19 April this are investigating a case of arson year after they had allegedly after Mmbi’s eight-room house drugged a 34-year-old man at in Ha-Tshikonelo-Tshiawelo a local tavern and kidnapped village near Basani, just outside him. The victim woke up in a Malamulele, was set alight by bush at Nyabane village and unknown suspects. No arrests identified Mmbi and Luvhengo, have been made yet. who were allegedly standing Mojapelo said that comnearby, talking about him (the munity members had been victim) as not being “the one barricading roads leading to they were looking for”. The man Tshikonelo village with trees fled and reported the incident and rocks over the past few By Silas Nduvheni

days. The community members are opposing the bail application of the two accused, as they believe them to be involved in the sudden mysterious disappearing of local people over the past months. Some allege that the suspects can be linked to ritual murders in the area. The Mmbi royal family’s spokesperson, Mr Moses Mmbi, told the media that the family was faced with great tribulations. “Look at the past few weeks. We had been gathering in court for his bail application and now we found out that his palace was set alight. We were hoping that the assailants would wait for the law to go its course, rather than taking [the] law into their own hands,” said Moses. Mmbi and Luvhengo’s bail application was extended to Thursday, 13 May.


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Dopeni man killed during daylight robbery at house By Maanda Bele The merciless killing of a 44-year-old resident of Dopeni village is still reverberating through the district. He was strangled to death by robbers at the family’s house last Friday (7th). According to Limpopo police spokesperson Brig Motlafela Mojapelo, the police in Siloam have launched a manhunt for four suspects who had allegedly committed a robbery and killed a man. The suspects allegedly entered the house, produced a knife, and demanded money and cellphones from their victims. In the process, they reportedly strangled one of the family members, Mpho

The late Mpho Konanani Malimagovha from Dopeni village was killed during a robbery on Friday.

Konanani Malimagovha (44). The Malimagovha family operates a photocopying business from their home in Dopeni. According to Mr James Malimagovha, his brother, Makondelela Fanie Malimagovha (68) and Fanie’s only son, Mpho, were at home when four men arrived, pretending to be customers. The men pretended to admire the floor tiles of the family’s residence, when they suddenly overwhelmed Fanie and Mpho and held them at knifepoint, before tying them up with cable ties. Fanie was dragged to his bedroom, while Mpho was left in the hallway, where he was presumably strangled by the robbers. The robbers ransacked the house and stole around R700, as well as cellphones, before fleeing the scene. Fanie managed to untie himself and went to James’s house next door for help. James said he was home at the time of the incident, but did not see or hear anything. “I only realised that something was amiss when my brother came to my house and told me they were attacked. We rushed back together, only to find that Mpho was already dead,” he said. “We are shattered and shocked to the core. Mpho was an only child, and the ageing parents had all their hopes

pinned on him. They are not coping at all, and I cannot even look them in the eye; grief is written all over their faces,” James said despairingly. “I don’t understand why they did not just take what they wanted and leave, without having to take Mpho’s life,” he said. The family hopes that the police will speed up their investigation and bring the suspects to justice. Chief Lihalimane Dzivhuluwani Ralinala of Dopeni village said the community members of Dopeni were very disturbed by the incident. “We have never experienced a daylight robbery here in Dopeni before,” Ralinala said. “We don’t want community members to take matters into their own hands, so we have asked the police to also patrol and make our village safe again.” The Tshivhase Royal Council also sent messages of condolences to the family. “This situation is intolerable and must therefore be condemned in the strongest terms. We cannot sit and fold our hands while our people are murdered and terrorised,” said the royal council’s spokesperson, Chief Luvhaivhai Tshivhase. Anyone with information that can assist the police in their investigation is requested to contact the nearest police station or call their toll-free number at 08600 10111.

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Traditional circumcisers support suspension of initiation schools By Silas Nduvheni Maine Mashudu Tshikororo, a well-known local traditional circumciser, says he fully supports the governments’ decision to suspend the winter initiation schools this season as a measure to protect lives in the face of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. This comes after the Limpopo Department of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs issued a statement last week, announcing the suspension until further notice. Senior traditional leaders were urged to work hand in hand with the government and ensure that these regulations were adhered to. The chairperson of the Limpopo House of Traditional Leaders, Mr Kgoshi Malesela

Dikgale, said that the decision had not been taken lightly, but that everyone’s best interests would be served by waiting until participating in this important passage that young men and women go through, to become responsible adults in society, was safe. He said that traditional circumcisers and healers were the custodians of culture and traditions. They would therefore adhere to the regulations and not be tempted into risking the lives of young boys by staging circumcision schools this season. “We understand the negative impact the coronavirus has brought to the nation, and as traditional surgeons we cannot risk the lives of our boys. If we do not comply with the regulations laid out by government, it can lead to deaths among our

young people,” he said. Tshikororo has been conducting safe circumcision schools around the Vhembe region for 25 years. His father and forefathers before him had also been well-known and respected traditional “surgeons” (u imisa mirundu) and experienced in circumcision. Tshikororo now calls on other traditional circumcisers in the province to abide by the regulations as well. “As chairperson of the Limpopo House of Traditional Leaders, I can confirm that, as traditional leaders in the province, we are ready to sit down with all relevant stakeholders to address issues related to initiation schools and practices,” Dikgale said. He also warned that delinquents in this matter would be prosecuted.


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Same issues raised at IDP meeting that they were without water for days at a time, even though Residents who participated in the municipality budgeted for the Makhado Municipality’s water projects year after year. integrated development plan “In Tshikota the roads are (IDP) and budget public-par- in a very poor condition, and ticipation meeting held at the we go for days without water. Makhado Show Grounds last Some of us are unemployed Thursday (6 May), expressed and struggle to pay our water their concerns about the slow bills, even though there is no progress made with certain water available. We always projects, as well as being left see councillors coming in and out of others for the 2021/ going out without delivering 2022 budget. on their promises,” said Martha The main concerns seemed Mudau, a participant at the to be focussed on water issues, meeting. According to her, it RDP houses and road projoften happens that contractors ects - the same issues residents start on projects, and then just had complained about at the never finish them. 2019 IDP public-participation Sam Ramanala from New meeting, which have still not Town wanted to know why been resolved. some projects appeared on the Participants expressed budget every year, but were their frustration with the slow never completed. progress being made on water Tiny Sinthumule from projects. Many residents said Kutama-Sinthumule, raised

several issues. Among them was sports facilities, a park, and a stadium in the Kutama-Sinthumule area. “We would like to know from the mayor why a sports facility for Kutama-Sinthumule is only budgeted for in the 2022/2023 financial year, instead of the 2021/2022 budget. Surprisingly, the budget shows that Waterval has many of its projects included in the 2021/2022 budget,” said Sinthumule. According to the IDP, no projects have been budgeted for Kutama-Sinthumule for the 2021/2022 financial year. An amount of R15m was, however, allocated for their sports facility project for the 2022/2023 financial year, with another R25m for the 2023/2024 financial year. Four projects are included in the 2021/2022 IDP draft budget for Waterval - the rehabilitation of streets (R7m), the upgrading of the clinic ring road (R1,2m), the upgrading of the cemetery road (R6m) and the refurbishment of the regional office (R2.5m). For 2022/2023, the municipality plans on spending another R14,1m on the rehabilitation of streets. Mayor Samuel Munyai advised communities again to report to their ward structures, so that Makhado residents who participated in the Makhado IDP public-par- their concerns are ticipation meeting held at the Makhado Show Grounds last Thursday. conveyed to the municipality. Photo: Bernard Chiguvare. By Bernard Chiguvare

Pictured in front of the newly installed 10 MVA transformer at the Stubbs Street substation are, from left to right, the acting municipal manager, Mr Kent Nemaname, Makhado Mayor Cllr Samuel Munyai, Cllr John Mamafha (portfolio head for technical services), Cllr Frank Chililo (portfolio head for community services), Cllr Anthony Matumba (EXCO member) and Cllr Dzawele Ratshikuni (portfolio head for development planning).

Electrical network gets upgraded By Andries van Zyl The Makhado Municipality has embarked on a multimillion-rand upgrade of Louis Trichardt’s electrical infrastructure to allow for future growth of the town. The upgrades form part of a three-year programme, with two upgrades taking place each year. The programme was kick-started at the Stubbs Street substation, which had a 5 MVA (megavolt amperes) capacity, boasting two 5 MVA transformers working side by side. This means that in the event that one of the transformers suffers a breakdown, the electricity can be switched over to the other transformer. During a week-long upgrade process in April, the Makhado

Municipality removed one the 5 MVA transformers and replaced it with a new 10 MVA transformer with the aim of increasing the substation’s capacity to 10 MVA. The other 5 MVA transformer will be replaced with a new 10 MVA in the next financial year. This will allow for growth in the area north of Stubbs Street and east of the N1 (New Town) currently being serviced by the Stubbs Street sub-station. The programme will, upon completion, see the upgrade of the Boompark and Roodewal substations from 2 MVA to 5 MVA, while new technology in terms of electrical switches will be installed at the Emmarentia substation. The municipality need to upgrade the technology because they are still using old switch gears

at the substation. The same new technology had already been installed at the Stubbs Street substation during a previous upgrade. The upgrade will also see an emphasis on recycling. The transformers they are taking out will be re-casketed and reconditioned because they are still working. They will then be stored as back-up transformers in case of emergencies. The new 10 MVA transformer installed at the Stubbs Street substation, as well as the others to be installed, was purchased and shipped from China. For this initial upgrade of the Stubbs Street substation, the upgrade cost around R3 million. This includes the purchase price, shipping, crane service and installation.


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At Mammburu village you have to make your own plans for water reached a depth that satisfied him - nine metres deep. He was so excited that he made a public announcement that water was available free of charge for the entire dry, rocky village. They used a bucketand-rope system to draw water from the hole. However, after some time, Madaela made a makeshift hand-lever system to pump the water. Limpopo Mirror visited Madaela and published his story in January 2017, following readers’ wonder and amazement over this finding. The Economic Freedom Fighters

(EFF) even vouched to help by adding another borehole In 2016, Mr Phineas Madaela and supply tanks at the central (61) sat down for days while point. Some ten residents were searching his mind for a employed to lay a pipeline from solution to the problem of the Madaela’s borehole in his yard lack of water in Mammburu up to a central point, where village at Tshituni. After eight tanks would be stationed. months of pondering, he de“The EFF’s promises were cided to dig a well in his yard, never honoured. They were using a pick and shovel. only using my name and the project as a donkey cart to Great was his surprise and garner popularity through the excitement when he discovered media,” Madaela said. “Their water aplenty at seven metres project went no further than deep. He dug even further, the useless trench they dug and using a hammer and chisel. left uncovered. Even today I am On the 15th day of digging, he still angry at people like them who do not respect the poor people in the rural areas. That’s un-African.” Madaela’s intention of digging for water was mainly a means to try and find a solution to the problem of the lack of water. He had been appealing to good Samaritans to help with the supply of an electrical water pump, to no avail. “Many people called me and made empty promises,” he said. “Along the way, I managed to get a second-hand water pump, Mr Phineas Madaela had to use a makeshift hand-lever to pump water but it needs fuel. So, in 2017. Picture: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho if I buy fuel from my By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Mr Phineas Madaela (61) says they have water galore in his borehole which can supply water for all households in his small village. Picture: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho own pocket, it becomes hard for me to share the water with other people here in the village because I cannot afford to buy fuel, since I am unemployed. Despite empty promises and disappointments, we have water galore.” People called him from Gauteng around February last year and told him to go to the nearest hardware store to request a quotation for a full water station, which included a water pump kit, pipes, some tanks, and related necessities that would have helped him set

up a central water station in his village. “Sadly, lockdown was announced, and because of that I had not heard from those people again,” he said with some disappointment. “Somehow I didn’t save their numbers correctly, so I cannot contact them.” Mammburu relies on water that flows from a well in the mountains into tanks, which are placed in a central space. During late winter, the well runs dry and the village is totally without water. Then they are

forced buy water from the nearest villages or from a handful of those who had drilled boreholes at their stands, until the rainy season comes. “It’s a real struggle every year,” Madaela said. “But if those who had promised to help had really lived up to their promises, we would have been pumping the water from my yard straight into the tanks when the well starts to run dry.” Anyone who wishes to offer their help can contact Madaela on Tel 076 559 3748.

By Kaizer Nengovhela Pupils of Tshirolwe Primary were over the moon after West End Manufacturing and Distributors presented their school with two new modern ablution blocks, boasting 11 new toilets. The pupils have had to make use of dilapidated toilets until now. The Department of Education eventually provided the school with four mobile toilets while the contractors were in the process of building the ablution blocks, but the situation

remained dangerous. Acting manager of West End Manufacturing and Distributors Mr Vuledzani Mubva said the toilet donation formed part of the company’s vision to increase an awareness of basic sanitation and hygiene and promote a healthy lifestyle at schools. “Giving back is when you give and nothing happens - no benefits for you,” he said. He urged pupils and staff to respect the new ablution facilities. The chairperson of the school’s SGB, Mr Michael Khalushi, could not contain his

happiness. “We are extremely grateful to West End Manufacturing and Distributors for donating the toilets, which not only benefit the school but also the community,” he said. “What you have done for our children is a big relief. You eased a big burden for us. May God richly bless you, so that you continue to help us and our children.” Vhamusanda Vho-Mulatedzi Sinthumule also thanked the sponsors. “We are very happy to have a company that understands our language that, as leaders in the community, we cannot do things alone for all our people. I would like to thank West End Manufacturing and Distributors for this wonderful initiative of providing the school with basic sanitation,” Sinthumule said.

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HaaNdi YellowMah, considered to be the prince of VenRap because of his authentic verses and unique music delivery style, is one artist who is the pride of Vhembe District. Last week he released a music video of his signature song, titled Yellow Yellow, which is a concept referring to his stage name of HaaNdi YellowMah, which means “this is Yellow” or “here comes Yellow”. “This song was released late last year, but we only did its video now, for you’ll agree for sure that the making of a music video is not child’s play – it’s expensive,” he said. “Yellow Yellow is more personal in that I am showcasing my love for the colour yellow and what it means for me. Each one of us has got a colour that says something to us.” He said that, for him, yellow symbolised joy, happiness, and excitement. The song, which was first sampled on stage during a festival at the Bush Valley Gardens late last year, has become a favourite among music lovers in the district. “I continue to receive acknowledgements in most parts of the province, and I feel that it’s now the time that I start touring those other areas and giving them my music. My music is proving to be getting a warm reception.”

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the studios offer them, but get to shine in the open world.” HaaNdi YellowMah was crowned Star of the Town during the SABC2's small-town Showville talent competition in July 2018. His music has been getting massive airplay on Channel O since last year’s lockdown, which is a dream for many artists. Yellow Yellow can be viewed at https://youtu.be/OCWIMPlK4Ns. HaaNdi YellowMah is available on Facebook and he can be reached on 065 554 9797. HaaNdi YellowMah, who is considered the prince of VenRap. Picture supplied.

Flames of Fire releases his third album, Tshaphanda keeps him going; otherwise, which consists of heavy bass he says, he would have quit a sounds. He sings about perPastor Collen Ncube of the long time ago. “I made a few sonal experiences and what he Arise Christian Church, also changes to my new music. observes. known as “Flames of Fire”, The album is already in great Ncube says they will conhas released his third album, demand and has started tinue doing what they love called Tshaphanda. receiving massive airplay on best, namely providing quality The first album, Ndikcommunity, regional, and music to their fans, no matter houombaomba, was released in national radio stations. I am the odds. “We appeal to the 2016, followed by the second, very happy and proud of the authorities to help us in the called Ipfilawe lina Maanda, way my CD is received by my fight against the scourge of in 2019. fans out there. This is a true piracy by arresting and giving Tshaphanda comprises eight reflection that my music is pirates heavy penalties,” he tracks, including Dzula nne mature and appeals to all age says. nne, Tongai and Linamanda, groups,” Ncube says. For bookings and live and has already proven to be Although the album is performances, Ncube can be very popular among Ncube’s self-marketed, many copies contacted on 082 224 9789. fans. He composed all the have already been sold since songs on the album himself. its release. According to the Ncube is back after a ‘leave’ music critics, he is gaining period from the music scene. great popularity among gospel “Piracy,” he says, “is an unformusic lovers because of his tunate reality which local artunique style, ists are also faced with. It costs a lot to come out with a quality album. We spend a lot of time trying to be creative, but after the release of the album, it can be bought from anywhere for a mere R5 or R10. It is very stressful and depressing to find your sweat and toil on street pavements, being sold for next to nothing. We tend to lose focus from our creativity as we Pastor Collen Ncube and his back-up singer, Khathutare not the ones reaping the shelo Nemafhohoni (left) with his latest album, called fruits.” Tshaphanda. But his love of music is what By Kaizer Nengovhela

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The saying that humble beginnings and persistence bring about good results is very apt regarding HaaNdi YellowMah, who is currently indisputably the most potent missile in the VenRap genre. “It’s heart-warming to notice that I have managed to endear myself to the youths who follow VenRap and understand the genre for what it is – a form of entertainment and youth culture,” he said. “I believe that popularity is earned through hard work, for artists mostly work in the privacy that


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Art & Entertainment Darkface Muvenda bubbles with excitement By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho VenRap artist Darkface Muvenda is bubbling with excitement after being notified about his nomination in the Mzansi Arts and Media Awards VenRap artist Darkface Muvenda. Picture supplied.

(#MAMA2021) in the Best HipHop category. “This is my first nomination ever, and I have received the good news with a happy heart,” he said. “As artists, we work very hard and nominations for any prestigious award means a lot to us.” Darkface has been on a mission to promote the VenRap genre and his contribution towards the Venrap music genre cannot go unnoticed. He feels the time has come for the music industry to notice him for the talent that he possesses as an artist. “I have been singing for the past 18 years, but I started doing it professionally in 2019,” he said. “What I discovered as a singer was that one needs to be creative and write

one’s original songs, so that the very songs get to be appealing to those who buy and appreciate our music.” He came to realise that music had become his soul food. He added that, in the Venrap genre, they did not just utter verses or lyrics, but they were in the industry as artists who wanted to contribute towards the building of communities. “We need to strengthen the moral fibre, so that we know that we have a sound society,” he said Music played a huge role in shaping his perception of the world. “Different songs carry different messages,” he said. “If you are able to accept the messages that are positive, you then get to have a formed worldview. Some of us sing against xenophobia and crime. That makes our art relevant to today’s societies.” His previous songs include,

among others, Dzavhavenda, Venrap itshe hone, and Athiimi nae. Born Langi Maboho and hailing from Tshififi village, this hip-hop music promoter is the founder of the Venrap Music Association that advocates and protects the rights of Venrap artists countrywide. “We ensure that we protect artists from exploitation and provide them with industry guidance whenever they require it,” he said. “We are very aware that Venrap is rich in lyrics and sound versatility, and we are very proud of our creativity as artists.” Those interested in voting for Darkface Muvenda to win the MAMA award can do so by sending an SMS: MAMA 937, to 40439. Each SMS costs R2. People can vote as many times as they wish. Darkface Muvenda is available on Facebook and can be reached on Tel 082 545 7333.

Follow your dreams and never look back payment. I had to pay for all my own expenses, including Twenty-one-year-old transportation to get to the Ndweleni Murovhi, known event. But I didn’t give up as DJ Phonik, is confident because I knew it was worth that he will one day be one of it,” he said. the best DJs in the country, When he was younger, he as long as he continues to was a big fan of DJs such as nurture his talent. Black Coffee and DJ MaphoriDJ Phonik, who hails from sa, but he never imagined that Muraleni in the Sinthumule he would one day be doing area, ventured into the music what they do. “I believe that industry about four years if you want go far, always be ago, with just a laptop at his positive,” he said. “Follow disposal. He had to overcome your dreams and never look many stumbling blocks before back. Have your own style. receiving recognition as a DJ Don’t imitate anyone, just be and was offered the opporyourself. Pray for God to pave tunity to play at big events your way. My long-term goal around the area. is to be a good producer, DJ He remembers how he had and entertainer.” to persuade people to add him He loves music and he to the playing list at events. always tries to make sure that “I used to play without any he stays up to date with new By Kaizer Nengovhela

songs and knows what type of music people want to listen to. “I hope to perform at one of the biggest concerts before the end of this year, but I know that I will achieve this goal,” he said. DJ Phonik specialises in Amapiano type of house music. He aims for national and international recognition, to show the world Venda’s exceptional talent. “This industry needs time, but it has been good to me despite the challenges I’m faced with. I want to see myself sharing the stage with big artists like Black Coffee and DJ Maphorisa,” he said.

DJ Phonik aims for national and international recognition. Photo supplied.

Vendaboy Poet finally releases his latest poetry-set-to-music album, Ndavhuko By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Completing his latest project took at least four months, but Vendaboy Poet has finally released his latest poetry-set-to-music album, called Ndavhuko, and he reckons it could not have come at a better time. “Ndavhuko offers a good listening experience to the fans; they

Vendaboy Poet continues to promote his African heritage, culture and traditions through his poetry. Picture supplied.

will not be disappointed. They will definitely appreciate the beautiful poetry and the heritage feeling to it,” he said. The album focuses on promoting and preserving heritage, culture, traditions, and indigenous education, and comprises 19 tracks, including African unity, Tendani, Vhurendi avhungafi, Motjatjie,

Nndaa, Thobela, and Aheee. Vendaboy Poet was born in Ha-Nthabalala village. He matriculated at Nthabiseng High, and in 2008 started writing and reciting poetry. He is multilingual and recites his poetry in six different languages - Sepedi, Tshivenda, Tsonga, IsiZulu, IsiXhosa, and English. He obtained his diploma in Human Resource Management from the Central Johannesburg College (CJC), where he initiated poetry sessions and created a strong base for many other poets who joined his movement of taking poetry to the people. “In CJC, I was nicknamed ‘Rrrrr nga mikosi’ – which was a signature I used to open or close most of my poems,” he said. In February 2018, Vendaboy Poet released a very popular single, Muphuresidente, which was dedicated to the current South African President, Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa, and performed the poem to him on a British Airways flight en route to Durban. “It was a surprise perfor-

mance arranged by British Airways,” he said. “I felt very honoured to have been granted the opportunity to honour our president.” Vendaboy Poet had been recognised several times for his poetry music and has won five awards, including Best Poet at the Tshivenda Music Awards (TSHIMA) in 2012 and Best Praise Poet at the South African Traditional Music Awards in 2018. “I feel fulfilled as a poet and am proud to be able to say that my work gets recognition,” he said. “I use my poetic gift to voice many of the challenges faced in communities today, and people love it.” As one of Vhembe’s foremost poets, he was among the crowd who attended the late Lufuno Mavhunga’s funeral recently, where he was asked to perform an emotional poem as tribute to the young girl, who had committed suicide as a result of bullying. Anyone who might be interested in Vendaboy Poet’s work can get in touch with him on Tel 072 214 4575.

Rampsie believes you just have to keep on trying Rofhiwa “Ramsie” Rampfumedzi, current presenter of Phalaphala FM’s sports show, Zwamitambo, ascribes his popularity and media excellence to hard work and determination. Rampfumedzi, who is a talented former music compiler, grew up steeped in different genres of music at home and said that this was the reason why he had such a deep love for music. “When I reached high school, I had developed a strong love for music,” he said. “Even though I did not have a noticeable aptitude for making music, I had this unquenchable fire that kept music alive in my soul.” After completing his Grade 12, Rampfumedzi went to study sound engineering at a college in Pretoria. Sometimes he would go to the Rainbow FM studios and ask presenters and technicians many questions about the radio industry. “I finally joined Univen FM as a music compiler,” he said. “Later on, I was made programme manager and acting station manager.” He saw an advert for a position at Phalaphala FM and applied. “I could not resist the opportunity to join Phalaphala FM, because I had wanted to expose my talent to the public for a long time. I took the bull by the horns, because I am not afraid to face new challenges in life. I make sure that the listeners are also part of the music played in every show at the station. I also accept constructive criticism, and this makes me more popular with my listeners.” He confessed that his love for soccer had nearly made him leave school for good. “I loved soccer a lot, and I was nearly swayed from school by my involvement in soccer,” he said. “I played with big names who are now playing in the PSL. However, at some stage my family was worried about my loving soccer and focusing on it so much, because they wanted me to have some education.” “There is still more to offer to my community. I did not allow fame to go to my head, but I gave myself more time to read my books. My secrets for success are hard work, effective time management, and the desire to succeed,” he added. “I have always believed that, no matter how many shots I have missed, I’m going to make the next one.” He urged the youth to focus on education instead of quitting school and chasing monetary opportunities that might fade at any time. “Go all out and get education as a backbone, because without education you will get nowhere in life,” he said. Zwamitambo is aired from Monday to Friday, 19:00 to 20:00.

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Musina community help Skoonplaas family after the incident. Now the house has been renovated,” said Mokgoli. Peter Jack Mokgoli, brother of According to Mokgoli, Musina Local Cassey Sibanda, is very thankful to Municipality had not lifted a finger the Musina community, and espeto offer assistance till this day. From cially to the Musina Community the business sector, Dr Mutheiwana Economic Development Committee Colbert Mathivha and Ms Tebello Mak(MCEDC), who offered assistance to intane from PT&S Stationers assisted renovate their house at Skoonplaas Mokgoli with roofing and other buildthat was gutted by a fire last month. ing materials to renovate the house. Mokgoli, his sister and two children “When Justice Langa informed me are still staying with friends and relaof the tragedy, I felt compelled to offer tives but look forward to the day when assistance. I visited the family and noted the state of the house. The family also informed me of their financial status, which led me to really see the need to assist. We still need to do more on the renovations,” Dr Mathivha told Limpopo Mirror. Ms Makintane said that they too felt the need to contribute. “We are proud members of the community and strongly believe in helping the community. Donating to people in need is our means of giving back to the community,” she said. From left to right: Dr Mutheiwana Colbert Mathivha, Ms Cassey Sibanda and Ms Tebello Makintane from PT&S Stationers inside the newly renovated house. Photo supplied. By Bernard Chiguvare

electricity can be installed too. Mokgoli is still saving money for this part of the operation. Limpopo Mirror previously reported on the incident, and how their neighbours showed up in large numbers to help when the house caught fire. The fire brigade responded promptly and put the fire out. “I am very grateful for the help offered by the Musina residents, especially those in the MCEDC structure who jumped to assist us immediately

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Local attorney Vhutshilo Phuravhathu shows the river of raw, stinking sewage, left uncovered by the Vhembe District Municipality, that floats down streets in Eltivillas.

Eltivillas residents plan on taking legal action against VDM over sewage problem windows because of this terrible smell. My children cannot play The stench of raw faeces, mixed outside because of human waste with the sound of swarms of mos- floating down the streets!” he said quitoes, greets one when entering indignantly. Roshni and Bengal Street in ElMudau said that when they tivillas in Louis Trichardt. After had voted five years ago, they had more than a decade, the problem expected positive changes, hoping with the dysfunctional sewerage that the candidates they had voted system has still not been resolved for would work for the people. He and residents have had enough said that the people they had voted of living with this ever-present for were merely sitting in their officstink. es and not caring Wastewater that about community “Children will al- service. “We are flooded an entire street a while ago now ways be children; not going to vote merely flows down a they sneak out to in the coming electrench along Roshni tion,” he said. and Bengal Street. Mr play outdoors, and Local attorRendani Mudau, a we are afraid they ney Vhutshilo resident in this area, might catch dread- Phuravhathu, said that he had conwho also resides tacted the municipality ful diseases from in that area, about the problem on this raw sewage.” feels something many occasions, but drastic should be the problem never got done about the resolved. When the municipality municipality for putting residents’ does come out to unblock one part health at risk. “No, there are people of the sewerage system, another living here. This is rubbish!” he part blocks up again and spews exclaimed. He said that residents the stinking water into yards and planned on taking legal action streets. against the municipality. “The In the mornings and afternoons, sewage attracts flies and mosquichildren can be seen playing in the toes. It’s even worse when it rains. smelly streets, even though parents When cars drive past, sewage water and guardians warn them to stay splashes onto our kids playing indoors. “Children will always be outside, so they’re kept indoors as children; they sneak out to play much as possible. It’s unacceptable,” outdoors, and we are afraid they Phuravhathu said. The spokespermight catch dreadful diseases from son for the Vhembe District Municthis raw sewage,” he said. “It seems ipality, Mr Matodzi Ralushai, said as if the municipality doesn’t care he was aware of the problems and about our health, and our health is their technical department would at risk now. I can’t even open the address the problems soon. By Kaizer Nengovhela

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“Please help us find my mother” pleaded. According to Unarine’s maternal grandFor six years now, Unarine Mbambala has mother, Ms Sophy Mbambala, Rendani been grappling with questions surrounding went to Kwaggafontein after her brother had her mother’s disappearance. Ms Rendani offered her a job in his pharmacy in 2012. “She Mbambala went missing around 2014. worked there for nearly two years and then she Unarine, who resides at Ha-Mandiwana in vanished in 2014,” Sophy said. “We have been Nzhelele, last saw her mother in 2013 when looking for her ever since, without any success. she was only 15. She will be 22 this year, and Those in Kwaggafontein told us they had no her eyes still shine with hidden tears when she idea where Rendani might have gone to.” talks or thinks about her mother. She said that, once Unarine started talking “I miss my mother and it pains me a lot not about her mother, comforting her became imto know where she is,” she said. “Even though possible. “She cries most of the time and then I had finished my matric last year, it was a goes next door to my son’s yard to her aunty, struggle for me, since I had to study ten times Sylvia, where she will cry more. Sylvia tries to harder to ensure that I passed. Not knowing comfort her.” where my mother is, whether she is happy or Ms Sylvia Mbambala said: “When I got not, whether she is still alive or not, is hard married into this family years ago, I was told for me. Please help us find my mother,” she that my husband’s sister, Unarine’s mother, was missing. It pained me to hear that. But now it pains me each time I see this child sobbing. The only thing that will wipe her tears away is the sight of her mother, or at least any information that can lead to her whereabouts.” According to Sophy, the most painful part of Rendani’s disappearance is that her (Sophy’s) two other children had since passed away and that Rendani could not attend her brothers’ funerals. “It’s been very hard to trace her, and I feel lonelier in that my children had passed away and here she too is missing. One of my children passed many years ago when Rendani was around, though. I am really hurting. I pray my daughter comes back home, so that my granddaughter can find joy in her life.” The case had been reported at the police station in Kwaggafontein and the last time they inquired (some four years ago), there had been no news. Anyone who might have information Ms Sophy Mbambala has been a pillar of strength to her granddaughter, Unarine Mbam- on Rendani Mbambala’s whereabouts is asked to contact Mr Tshifhe Mbambala bala, who sorely misses her mother, Rendani on Tel 072 212 3761. Mbambala (insert). By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

From left to right: Ms Ellen Mashawana, Mr Collen Mashawana, Ms Stephinah Chauke and Thovhele Vuzidzhena Nethengwe during the handover of the Chauke family’s new, furnished house. Picture supplied.

Collen Mashawana Foundation builds new house for family of 16 alive, for He sent his angels to come and touch our lives in The Collen Mashawana Foun- this most unexpected way,” Mrs dation has been working very Fhumulani Chauke said gratehard to address the consefully. “The Collen Mashawana quences of the recent floods Foundation has shown us that in the area, which had also this world is still inhabited by left a particular family of 16 people who carry the spirit of destitute after they lost most Ubuntu.” of their belongings. When the foundation first visited the family around The Chauke family from March this year, the family had Bashasha section in Thengwe no income. “They were not village have been living under only left homeless, following difficult circumstances in two the heavy rainstorms, but also dilapidated mud huts that hopeless in their efforts to have become unsafe over the rebuild what they had lost,” years. The Collen Mashawana said the chairman of the Collen Foundation heard about their Mashawana Foundation, Mr plight and promised to build a Collen Mashawana. new home for them. Their new The family was regarded as home consists of four bedrooms one of the poorest in the area, with en-suite bathrooms, a until they received the keys to kitchen and living room. On their brand-new home. “The top of this, the house was fully foundation is both honoured furnished when it was handed and in gratitude for the many over to the family on Saturday. hands that have contributed “We are over the moon! How towards seeing this into reality. do we begin to express our joy Our ‘One Brick At a Time’ and happiness? God is still initiative, which seeks to bring By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

hope to the homeless, has provided a platform for people to give back and assist in making a difference in the lives of the most vulnerable within our communities,” said Mashawana. “The Chauke family can definitely be proud to own one of the biggest and most beautiful homes in the area now, and it is all thanks to those who have made a contribution.” The Collen Mashawana Foundation had also extended their generosity by employing the eldest son, Jabu Chauke, who has shown a keen interest in construction. “He will be assisting our teams on other building projects, and that will give him the opportunity to also make a difference in building for others in need,” he said. “This will also ensure an income for the family in the long run. It has always been our mission to change lives in a positive way, and it brings us great joy to come together and make a difference.”

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“Pursue a career in heritage sector” I would be happy if these learners near the Mapungubwe The executive mayor of the Heritage Site take advantage Vhembe District Municipaland study courses that will ity, Cllr Dowelani Nenguda, allow them to do research in urged the Grade 12 learners our heritage and culture,” said of Musina High School to Nenguda. pursue scarce career skills Nenguda spoke on behalf after matric. of the Deputy Minister of “We want our Grade 12 Higher Education, Science and learners in Musina High School Innovation, Mr Buti Manameand other schools around to la, during the 2021 Heritage take careers that require scarce Career Exhibition Expo, held skills, like the heritage sector. at the Mapungubwe Heritage Site’s Museum Centre on Thursday and Friday (6-7 May). The expo was also supported by the Vhembe TVET College, University of Venda, the various Sector Education The executive mayor of Vhembe District and Training Municipality, Cllr Dowelani Nenguda. Authorities By Silas Nduvheni

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Kha dzoṱhe bugu dza u vhala dza ṋamusi, Muratho a i vhambedzwi na iṅwe na nthihi. I a sengedza ya dovha ya ṱuṱula dzangalelo ḽa muvhali. Muratho a si bugu zwayo lini, ndi bugu ine ya vha na ḓivhazwakale i nyanyulaho. Bugu iyi yo bveledza madendele, vhoradzinḓivho na vharangaphanḓa. Vho-makhulu washu na vho-mme ashu vha ḓirwa khana nga Muratho. Bugu iyi yo ṅwalwa nga ḽizhakanḓila na mutsila vhukuma wa mihumbulo siani ḽa nyaluwo ya Tshivenḓa. Avha muṅwali makone nga dzina ndi Vho-Paul Ramudzuli Ngwana. Vho - P. R. Ngwana vho shuma vhukuma kha u bveledzisa lushaka lwa vhavenḓa na luambo lwa Tshivenḓa sa muṅwali, mudededzi, muingameli wa zwikolo, muraḓo wa vhusima-milayo na mulanguli wa koporasi ya zwa vhulimi. Mishumo mivhuya yavho yo ita uri na yunivesithi ya Devhula ine zwino ya pfi yunivesithi ya Limpopo, i dzudzanye u avhela digirii ya vhudokotela ha khuliso kha muṅwali uyu. Digirii iyi ya vhudokotela vho ingwa yone nga nṱha ha dziṅwe ndalukano dzi ngaho sa; University junior certificate na digirii ya BA nga yunivesithi ya Afrika Tshipembe. Vho- P. R. Ngwana vho shumela lushaka sa murangaphanda vhe kha vhuimo ho fhambanaho. Vhutshilo ha Vho-P .R. Ngwana, he ha thoma goleni ḽa 1915 ha guma nga 1985, ho vha mbuelo kha lushaka lwa Afrika Tshipembe lwa mulovha, ṅamusi na matshelo.

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Conflict between traditional leader and Robert Mbulungeni’s SGB By Maanda Bele The embattled Robert Mbulungeni Secondary School is facing yet another battle. A site that the school had earmarked for development to provide in its growing needs has been sold by the local traditional leader. Way back in 1983, when the Robert Mbulungeni Secondary School was built, the community of Thengwe Thondoni in Mutale had a vision that the school would one day grow. Unfortunately, the school went through a bad patch and deteriorating infrastructure prevented any improvement in academic results. Currently, the school buildings are in a dilapidated state, with paint peeling off and many windows broken. The school governing body (SGB)

is trying to rectify the situation and has reached out to the Department of Education and the National Lotteries Commission for assistance. In one of the latest setbacks for the SGB’s plans, a site that they had earmarked for further development has been sold to a businessman by the local traditional leader. This has resulted in an ugly standoff between the traditional leader and the community. SGB member Tshitangoni Raluruli said they were surprised when they were informed by the traditional leader that a new development was being planned on the “school” site. “Where will we build our new classrooms if we get funding? We know that our people need jobs, but we should not compromise our children’s future because of this development,” he said. Raluruli said that they were

not against development and did not want to oppose the traditional leadership, but they felt that consultation should have taken place. He said that they had already cleared the area and erected a fenced around the site. Traditional leader Thanyelani Nemutanzhela said this was a misunderstanding. “We consulted the relevant stakeholders before a decision was taken to sell the portion to a businessman. We are a poor village, and we thought a complex here would create jobs for our people,” he said. Nemutanzhela said the area had become a haven for criminals who hid there before breaking into the school and the traditional authority’s offices. He said that another site existed where the school could expand and called upon all involved to come together and chart the way forward.

Mpho not only has beauty, she also has a huge heart and love for others is the wrong mentality - petite women can also have high Mpho Matodzi (23), who blood pressure.” was recently crowned Miss A resident of Makonde and Limpopo Plus Size 2021 and final-year student in media announced as Miss Limpostudies at the University of po Plus Size Public Choice, Venda, Mpho said that people infects everyone who comes should learn to love one anothclose to her with her vitality. er without first looking at their “When people see a plus-size physique. person, they quickly assume “Stop with the assumptions. that he or she is sick and prob- We are very healthy and do ably can’t live long,” she said. “It not necessarily suffer from the health issues you assume we must have,” she said. “I have always wanted to be a model and just couldn’t achieve that dream at once, because pageants were only for petite women. So, I started modelling quite late.” She took part in the Miss Univen Thick Size in 2019, and was crowned Miss Personality. She further entered Miss Venda Mpho Matodzi was crowned Miss Limpopo 2019/2020, Plus Size 2021. Picture supplied. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

where she was crowned Miss Venda Plus Size Public Choice and Miss Venda Plus Size Queen. For Mpho, modelling means changing the perspective that people have towards plus sizes. “It is not wrong to be a plus size,” she said. “What is wrong is what people say about plus sizes.” Mpho matriculated at the Mukula Integrated School. She said that winning the Miss Limpopo Plus Size pageant indicated that she should not only focus on Venda, since she already owned the title of Miss Venda Plus Size. “It tells me that I need to serve and reach out to the women of Limpopo at large,” she said. She motivates plus-size women and men to never let their size stop them from being anything they want to be in the world. “Go ahead and fetch your dreams,” she said. She finds the way some plus-size people even forget how to love themselves properly because of the external pressure from social media sad. “I want to be constantly reminding these young women that there is nothing wrong with them or with their bodies,” she said. “They should love and embrace the blessing that God gave them – which is their ample bodies!”


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TLPAO launched on Freedom Day By Bernard Chiguvare About 50 representatives from school governing bodies (SGBs), the SAPS, Pastors Forums and the South African National Civic Organisation welcomed the launch of the Thusa Lushaka Paralegal and Advice Organisation (TLPAO) in Vleifontein on Freedom Day (27 April). The TLPAO will be giving free basic legal advice and referrals to communities situated in Makhado Municipality and conduct legal

education (which is a common right) and basic concepts of law, especially in rural communities. “We formed this non-profit organisation (NPO) after realising that our people are suffering from paying hefty legal fees that they cannot afford. The objective of the NPO is to give free basic legal advice and referrals,” said Ramagoma Rendani, the secretary of the organisation. They chose to launch it on Freedom Day, as the organisation believes that Freedom Day cannot only be a celebration of speeches and food; it

The executive committee of Thusa Lushaka Paralegal and Advice Organisation. Front row, from left to right: Mashii Shai (Deputy Secretary), Thendo Sevule (Organiser), Ndivhuwo Nemavhidi (Deputy Chairperson) and Mapula Green (Treasurer). In the back are Ramagoma Rendani (Secretary) and Pfano Ike Rambau (Chairperson).

must also address changes. “Communities should not still be struggling to get basic services like water after more than 25 years of attaining independence,” Rendani said. They are also concerned that Legal Aid only assists a select few. “It (Legal Aid) does not give people any advice. They only take on matters that are going to court. Some people complain that Legal Aid claims to be swamped with work, leaving the people suffering.” Community structures also welcomed the launch of the TLPAO. Happy Mudau from the Vleifontein Task Force told Limpopo Mirror. “We are blessed to have such an organisation in our area that will be able to assist vulnerable people in terms of legal issues. Before this launch, the situation in our area regarding legal issues was very bad. We believe this organisation will represent us in legal issues,” Mudau said. A member of the Maila school governing board, Joyce Ngobo, believes that the organisation will go a long way in assisting them to build a primary school in their area. She claims the community is in dire need of more classrooms, as most of the mobile classrooms are now in bad state.

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Raising Legends Awards recognise Vhembe’s top young influencers and Raising Legends team for giving me the opportunity to shine,” he said. “This award is a At least three young influencers from the great life achievement for me. I’m so excited and Vhembe District received awards during the so proud of myself. I’m looking forward to doing first annual Gender-Based Violence Tribute more great work and helping other people to Concert and Raising Legends Awards held at achieve what I’ve achieved and more.” Meropa Casino in Polokwane on Saturday, 1 A total of 44 young influencers from across the May. provinces were given awards on this occasion. The awards were initiated by the Hope Givers “The purpose of this initiative is to create a Foundation, a non-profit company that has been brotherhood and safe space for young boys and at the forefront of fighting gender-based violence men to have conversations of hope through difwith its various initiatives since its inception in ferent educational and mentoring programmes,” 2014. Ms Tsakani Mkhari, founder of the Hope Givers Raising Legends was launched by the founda- Foundation said. tion four years ago. The initiative was endorsed The foundation had more than 100 nominees and recognised by Brand South Africa in 2019 as between the ages of 11 and 35 years, who have the best initiative that positively advocates for a each made a difference of some kind within their boy child. communities. Sagwadi Clarance Majoko, a local movie Mkhari stated that the main aim was to director from Elim who has made six Xitsonga create awareness on the importance of groommovies over the past 11 months and is the found- ing, supporting, and embracing a boy child to er of Geomos Films, was awarded first prize in help reduce criminal activities in communities, the Sports, Arts and Culture category. “We deal schools, and workplaces by building emotionin video adverts and model photography,” he ally and intellectually well-rounded youths to said. “I also run Tsonga Chronicles, which is an become active members, as well as responsible organisation aimed at making Xitsonga films future leaders of society. and Xitsonga documentaries that tell the history “There’s a crisis of rising gender-based vioof [the] Tsonga people, while also equipping lence in our country, which has become another young people with acting skills.” pandemic that has to be dealt with, and we Majoko holds a BA degree in video and film strongly believe that to address the issue effectechnology from the Cape Peninsula University tively, one of the things is to develop and empowof Technology. er a boy child to actively balance the gender Billy Mothombeni, a student activist from scale,” Mkhari said. Ka-Mahonisi in Malamulele, won first place She explained that the foundation’s view was in the category for Advocacy, Leadership and that a boy and girl child should co-exist and Academia. “I feel encouraged and motivated that receive similar attention and support. there are people who still believe in my leadership, even after my suspension from the SRC at the University of Venda a few months ago,” he said. All first-place winners were awarded a trophy, recognition certificates, personal mentorship, and presidency-award programmes, including Published by Zoutnet CC, trading as Limpopo Mirror of 16B Joubert the marketing and profiling of their businesses Street, Louis Trichardt. Typographically prepared by the proprietors and printed by D Brits, 1 Jeppe Street, Louis Trichardt by Raising Legends. Solva Gabriel Vilankulu, a graphic designPOSTAL ADDRESS er from Xikundu ka-Magomani village, took PO Box 1680, Louis Trichardt, 0920 second place in the Sports, Arts and Culture Audited TELEPHONES: Distribution category. “I thank the Hope Givers Foundation Figures By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

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015 516 3981 LEGALS ADVOCATE M J MUSHASHA. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All persons having claims against the undermen�oned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days from date of publica�on hereof. Estate number: 668/2021, Surname: NETSHILINDI Names: BERNARD, Date of birth: 18/01/1941 Id No: 411018 5137 083 Last address: House No 458, Unit D, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province Date of death: 04/01/2021, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou Chris�an names and surnames of surviving spouse CAROLINE MAGAUTA NETSHILINDI Date of Birth: 28/10/ 1952 Iden�ty No.521028 0676 081 Signed at Thohoyandou on 28th day of April 2021 Name and Address of Executor or Authorised agent: ADVOCATE MAELA JACKSON MUSHASHA, 2010 Centre Office N.O. 11, BOX 1652, Thohoyandou 0950 Email: mushashamaele@ gmail.com Cell: 0832908585 Ref: EST668/2021

FIGTREE SAAGMEULE NOTICE OF ATMOSPHERIC EMISSION LICENSE RENEWAL No�ce is hereby given by Figtree Saagmeule for interested and affected par�es to register comments with regards to the applica�on of an atmospheric emission license to be issued in terms of sec�on 41(1) (a) of the Na�onal Environmental Management: Air Quality Act, 2004 (Act no 39 of 2004)(“the Act”). The applica�on for this atmospheric emission license is being made in respect of:Subcategory 9.5: Wood Burning, Drying and the Produc�on of Manufactured Wood Products Subcategory 3.3 Tar Produc�on Situa�on: Plaas Figtree,

Makhado District To comment on the process, kindly provide any submissions, in wri�ng, to the Designated Air Quality Officer listed below within 21 days of publica�on of this no�ce. The Limpopo Economic Development Environmental and Tourism, Contact Person: Thivhafuni PO Cell: 0794994428 Email: thivhafunipo@ ledet.gov.za Figtree Saagmeule BK, Contact: Ben Van Der Merwe Cell 0823363936 Email: figtreesaag@xpress. co.za

G A NGWAILA ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account of the ESTATE LATE SITHOLE FLORENCE ANNAH Estate number: 237/2021 shall lie for inspec�on at the Master of Limpopo High Court Thohoyandou for a period of 21 (twenty one) days as calculated from the date of this publica�on NGWAILA GA ATTORNEYS INC, Markus Complex AutoGen, Office no 3, Opposite KFC, Giyani Main Road Tel: 072 881 1389 Fax to Email: 086 533 8572 Ref: GA/ST/2021/001

LEGAL NOTICE In terms of Regula�on 56 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as Amended, you are hereby kindly requested to publish the following details in your publica�on: The Department of Social development Vhembe District Office, is reques�ng anyone with informa�on regarding the whereabouts of biological father of Molea Chris�ne Lavhelesani born in 2003.09.15, currently residing in Musina, extension 10, house no 4805, to contact Social Worker: Manugeni Rendani at Musina. Department of social development (Tel 015 534 3291 or 081 381 1388) during office hours (07h30—16h30) or fax: 015 534 3292 To our knowledge the reported mother of the child’s name is Molea Dorah Mpho of Musina, extension 10, house no 4805.

HARRIS BILLINGS ATTORNEYS IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA, LIMPOPO LOCAL DIVISION, THOHOYANDOU CASE NO. 377/2019 In the ma�er between: SHIELD BUYING & DISTRIBUTION (PTY) LTD - Execu�on Creditor

and NEW MAST BUILDIG HARDWARE (PTY) LTD – First Execu�on Debtor and IQRAM HAMDANI – Second Execu�on Debtor NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION OF MOVABLE PROPERTY BY WAY OF PUBLIC AUCTION PURSUANT to a judgment of the High Court of South Africa, LIMPOPO LOCAL DIVISION, THOHOYANDOU granted on 08 August 2019, the under-men�oned goods will be sold at 11H30am on 25 MAY 2021 by public auc�on to be held at the Sheriff ’s warehouse, Shayandima (next to 2 Tombstones and Stand Steel, Shayandima) by the Sheriff THOHOYANDOU to the highest bidder for cash: 1 x 100 5m Zink 1 x 500 5m Kapa 1 x 66 Brandaring 1 x 500 Cement 1 x 20 Gates 1 x 10 Window frames ENQUIRIES: THE DEPUTY SHERIFF, Mr Raliphswa – 073 193 3809 and Mr Kwinda – 072 603 8210 A�orneys for the Plain�ff: Harris Billings A�orneys, Royal and Ancient Buildings, Fourways Golf Park, Roos Street, Fourways, Johannesburg, Tel: 011 784 1910, Ref: Ms B Billings/lb/M1099

H R MASHAMBA NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965. LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of sec�on 35(5) of the Administra�on of Estates Act, No. 66 of 1965, no�ce is hereby given that copies of the first and final liquida�on and distribu�on account in Estate Number: 1476/2019, of the late MASHAMBA HASANI REUBEN, ID number: 5501165174089, Last Address: No. 670 Shikundu Village, Collins Chabane Local Municipality, Limpopo; Name of surviving spouse: VONANI MAGGIE MASHAMBA. ID number: 580228 0772 082, will be open for the inspec�on of all persons with an interest therein for a period of 21 days from the date of publica�on hereof, and at the offices of the Master of the High Court: Thohoyandou. Should no objec�on thereto be lodged with the Master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said accounts. Adver�ser’s details: Executor of Estate Late HR MASHAMBA, P.O. Box 78317, Sandton, 2146 . Cellphone number: 072 858 5076 . Email address: MaggieVMashamba@ gmail.com REF: Est 1476/2019 JOUBERT & MAY ATTORNEYS LOST OR DESTROYED DEED No�ce is hereby given that under the provisions of Schedule R of the Deeds

Registries Act, 1937, I, the Registrar of Deeds at LIMPOPO, Polokwane intend to issue a cer�fied copy in lieu of Deed of Grant TG10271/1997VN passed by BENJAMIN MAANDA MANYATSHE, Iden�ty Number 570327 5876 088 And THANDIWE BERNICE MANYATSHE, Iden�ty Number 630116 0315 087 Married in Community of Property to each other in respect of ERF 480 Thohoyandou-F Township, Registra�on Division M.T., Province Limpopo, Measuring 1,008 (One Hundred And Eight) square metres, Held by Deed of Grant TG10271/1997VN, which has been lost or destroyed. All persons having objec�on to the issue of such are hereby required to lodge same in wri�ng with the same Registrar of Deeds, Limpopo at Polokwane in which the cer�fied copy is to be issued, within a period of one week a�er the date of the publica�on of this No�ce in the Mirror news. Name Of Adver�ser: JOUBERT & MAY ATTORNEYS, 50 Boundary Street, Tzaneen, 0850, P O Box 35 TEL NO: (015) 307 3660 FAX NO: (015)307 1787 Email Address: elana@ joubertmay.co.za REF: E GOOSEN/SM/ NM498 JOUBERT & MAY ATTORNEYS LOST OR DESTROYED DEED No�ce is hereby given that under the provisions of Schedule R of the Deeds Registries Act, 1937, I, the Registrar of Deeds at LIMPOPO, Polokwane intend to issue a cer�fied copy of Deed of Grant TG10269/1997VN passed by BENJAMIN MAANDA MANYATSHE, Iden�ty Number 570327 5876 088 And THANDIWE BERNICE MANYATSHE, Iden�ty Number 630116 0315 087 Married in Community of Property to each other in respect of ERF 479 Thohoyandou-F Township, Registra�on Division M.T., Province Limpopo, Measuring 989 (NINE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY NINE) square metres, Held by Deed of Grant TG10269/1997VN, which has been lost or destroyed.All persons having objec�on to the issue of such are hereby required to lodge same in wri�ng with the same Registrar of Deeds, Limpopo at Polokwane in which the cer�fied copy is to be issued, within a period of one week a�er the date of the publica�on of this No�ce in the Mirror news. Name Of Adver�ser: JOUBERT & MAY ATTORNEYS, 50 Boundary Street, Tzaneen, 0850, P O Box 35 TEL NO: (015) 307 3660 FAX NO: (015)307 1787 Email Address: elana@ joubertmay.co.za REF: E GOOSEN/SM/ NM498

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All persons having claims against the undermen�oned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days from date of publica�on hereof. Estate number: 791/2021, Surname: NETSHIVHUYU Names: NTHAMBELENI ORIEL, Date of birth: 1958/12/02 Id No: 581202 5715 080 Last address: Thohoyandou Block G Date of death: 2021/01/13, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou Signed at Thohoyandou on 07th day of April 2021 Name and Address of Executor or Authorised agent: Khomola.n.r Legal Aid South Africa. Shop No 2 Metropolitan Centre, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 6206/8/9 Fax: 015 962 6383 Ref: KHOMOLA/ X871011121

KHONGOLOTI CONSULTANT CC MOLEMOLE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CLAUS 20 OF THE MOLEMOLE LAND USE SCHEME, 2006 READ TOGETHER WITH SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAEMENT ACT 16 OF 2013 APPLICATION FOR: ERECTION OF A VODACOM CELLULAR MAST AND BASE STATION In terms of clause 20 of molemole land use scheme, 2006, read together with the spa�al planning and land use management act 16 of 2013, no�ce is hereby given that i / we, the undersigned to apply to the molemole local municipality for special consent to conduct the following land use ac�vi�es: erec�on of a Vodacom Cellular mast and base sta�on on stand/ holding/ farm por�on: ERF 182 Mahodi – a (Parent farm – remainder of the farm Bouwlusst 158 LS). Par�culars of this applica�on may be inspected during normal office hours at: Khongolo� Consultant PTY Ltd, 373 Melk Street, Nieuw Muckleneuk, 0181, Pretoria. Any person having an objec�on to the approval of this consent use applica�on must lodge such objec�on, together with the grounds thereof, with the office of the town planner, Molemole local municipality (private bag 48, Morebeng, 0810) and the undersigned, in wri�ng not later then: 18 June 2021 Enquiries: Name: Khongolo� Consultant Physical Address: 373 Melk Street, Nieuw Muckleneuk 0181 Tel: 012 460 4761 Email: khongolo�@ absamail.co.za Date Of No�ce: 07 May 2021 OBJECTION EXPIRY DATE: 18 June 2021

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KHONGOLOTI CONSULTANT CC TSEBIŠO E FIWA GO YA KA LEFOKWANA LA MOLAWANA WA CLAUSE 20 WA MOLEMOLE LAND USE SCHEME, 2006 READ TOGETHER WITH SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAEMENT ACT 16 OF 2013 GORE NNA, KHONGOLOTI CONSULTANTS ON BEHALF OF VODACOM RE IKEMISEDITŠE GO KGOPELA MMASEPALA WA MOLEMOLE TUMELELO YA GO AGA THAWARA YADI CELLPHONE MO DI POLASENG TSE DI LATELAGO ERF 182 MAHODI – A (parent farm – remainder of the farm bouwlusst 158 ls) kganano ya seo se boletšwego mabapi le kgopelo e tla boletwe ka mokgwa wa lengwalo setee le yoo a kgopelago le molaodi mogolo wa mmasepala wa molemole mo atereseng ya ka godimo goba mo P.O Box 48, Morebeng, 0810, magareng ga matšatši a 28 days go tloga (18 june 2021). Aterese le dinomoro tša mogala tša mokgopedi goba motšamaiši name: Khongolo� Consultant physical address: 373 melk street, nieuw muckleneuk 0181 Tel: 012 460 4761 Email: khongolo�@ absamail.co.za date of no�ce: 07 May 2021 objec�on expiry date: 18 June 2021

LIGEGE AND ASSOCIATES INC. NOTICE IN TERMS SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the late MABIRIMISA MBENGENI PHILLIP of ID No.630226 5377 089 of Tshirolwe , Limpopo Province, who died on the 08-01-2021, ref No: 203/2021, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspec�on for a period of 21 days from date of publica�on at the Mater’s offices. Should no objec�on be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 06th Day Of May 2021 LIGEGE AND ASSOCIATES P.O BOX, 1381 PHANGAMI 0950. Ref: Est 203/2021

M K MULAUDZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 In the estate of the late NENGOVHELA VHONANI HARRISON, ID NO: 600604 5906 089 who died on the 11 January 2021. Master’s Reference

Number: 979/2021 Creditors and Debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30 (thirty) days as from date of this adver�sement. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 04th day of May 2021 Executor: MK MULAUDZI ATTORNEYS, Munaka Madilonge Medical & Maternity Centre, Office 12, 670 P West, Mphephu Drive, Thohoyandou, 0950 Tel/Fax: 015 962 0966 Cell: 060 659 6935 Email: mkmulaudzi a�orneys@gmail.com Ref: MKM/EST07/2021

MAFANELA GEO-ENVIRO. NOTICE ISSUED IN TERMS OF REGULATION 4(2) OF THE EIA REGULATION, REGARDING THE APPROVED ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION FOR THE FARM NORTHAMPTON 201 LT WITHIN THE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF MOPANI WITH REF: LP30/5/2/3/11556 MP Sasamela Trading Enterprises and Project CC have been granted an Environmental Authoriza�on for applica�on of mining permit for sand general and related mining ac�vi�es issued by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) on the 03 of May 2021 and we received it on the 07th of May 2021. REASONS FOR THE DECISION In reaching the decision the Department looked into the following considera�on: (a) A public par�cipa�on processes (ppp) was undertaken and the Applicant has sa�sfied the minimum requirements as prescribed in the NEMA EIA 2014 Regula�ons for Public involvement (b) The environmental impacts associated with the proposed mi�ga�on measures as outlined in the BAR (c) The closure and rehabilita�on is included in the BAR. (d) The environmental emergencies procedure is included in the BAR (e) The environmental awareness plan is included in the BAR and (f) The quantum calcula�on of the financial provision for rehabilita�on of the prospec�ng ac�vi�es is included in the BAR. NOTICE OF INTENSION TO APPEAL: An appeal can be lodged against the decision as s�pulated in the Na�onal Appeals Regula�ons 2014 should you wish to appeal. The appeal must be lodged within 20 days from the date of receipt of the no�fica�on to the minister of Environmental Affairs. The appeal must be lodged as prescribed in the Na�onal Appeal Regula�ons 2014 by means of the following methods: Appeal to the Department

of Environmental Affairs: A�en�on: Directorate Appeals and legal review Email: appealsdirectorate @environment.gov.za By post: private bag x 447, Pretoria,0001 By hand: Environmental House, corner Steve Biko and Soutpansberg Street, Arcadia, Pretoria,0083 Copy of the lodged appeal to the Department of Mineral Resources A�en�on: Regional Manager: Limpopo Region Email: tebogo.mangaba@ dmr.gov.za Fax: 086 7101 045 By post: private bag x 9467, Polokwane,0700 By hand: DMR building,101 Dorp Street, Polokwane,0699

MAKHUVHA E M ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late MULATEDZI PETRUS MULAUDZI, I.D NO: 350310 5149 082 of, MASISI MUTALE VILLAGE, Limpopo province who died on the 2020/07/24 and who was married in community of property to Ndidzula�i Mulaudzi of ID NO:450702 0389 086. Estate number: 1837/2020. Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publica�on. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 10TH DAY OF FEBRUARY 2021. MAKHUVHA E.M ATTORNEYS. Silver Square Complex, Opposite Phalaphala Fm Office No 12 A, 1St Floor, Thohoyandou REF: MAK/EST/02/21/MUL.

MAKHUVHA E M ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late MASINDI MATODZI GRACE, I.D NO: 550717 0199 086 of Stand NO.244 Ha Dumasi, Limpopo province who died on the 2021/01/18 and never married. Estate number: 159/2021. Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publica�on. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 10th day of February 2021. MAKHUVHA E.M ATTORNEYS. Silver Square Complex, Parliament Street, Office No 12 A, 1St Floor, Thohoyandou REF: MAK/EST/03/21/MAS.

MALEBA ZWAVHO MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY AMENDMENT SCHEME NO:__ NOTIFICATION OF SUBMISSION OF LAND DEVELOPMENT BY REZONING OF ERF 1328 MUSINA EXTENSION 6 FROM RESIDENTIAL 1 TO BUSINESS 1 AND

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NETSHILEMA ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate of the Late MAFENYA THINAWANGA JAINE ESTATE NO: 133/2020. ID NO: 610506 0923 084. Date of death 23/07/2021 Last address: Thohoyandou Block G, Stand No: 25, Garden Street. Notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts in the estate above will be open for inspection of all persons with interest therein for a period of 21 days from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof and at the Thohoyandou Masters of the High Court. Should no objection thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts NETSHILEMA ATTORNEYS INC, 150 Tshedza Street, Block A, Sibasa, Opposite Sibasa Circuit Office. PO Box 1440, Sibasa, 0970. Tel: 015 963 5062 Email: admin@ netshilemaattorneys.co.za Ref: Est Mafenya

RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the Late MATHOBO PANDELANI NELSON, ID NO: 400810 5130 08 1, Lwamondo Village, Estate No: 238/2021 shall lie for inspection at the offices of the Master of High court, Thohoyandou, for a period of twenty one (21) days as from the date of publication hereof. Should no objection thereof be lodged within the specified period the Executor shall proceed with the distribution of estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on this 03rd day of May 2021. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre, Block 2 D18, Next to Phalaphala FM Thohoyandou 0950 REF: RICH/RM/mathobo

RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late: MUDAU ROBERT I.D NO: 740911 5466 084 of Ndondola, who died on 2021-02-26 and was married to NETSHIA MERRIAM ROTSHIDZWA of ID no: 760505 1532 08 2. Estate number 702/2021 Master’s office: Thohoyandou

Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 03rd day of May 2021. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre, Block 2 D18, Next to Phalaphala FM Thohoyandou 0950 REF: RICH/RM/mudau

RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late: NELWAMONDO REUBEN I.D No: 631112 5292 08 1 of Tshirolwe, who died on 2021-0412 and was married to NELWAMONDO MUSHONI OLGA of Id No: 641120 0346 081 Estate number 1028/2021 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 03rd day of May 2021. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre, Block 2 D18, Next to Phalaphala FM Thohoyandou 0950 REF: RICH/RM/ nelwamondo

claims within 30 days from date of publication. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 03rd day of May 2021. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre, Block 2 D18, Next to Phalaphala FM Thohoyandou 0950 REF: RICH/RM/ Nemakhavhani

RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late: MABILA NALEDZANI BEATRICE I.D NO: 740911 5466 084 of Muswodi, who died on 2021-02-26 and was never married. Estate number 873/2021 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 03rd day of May 2021. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre, Block 2 D18, Next to Phalaphala FM Thohoyandou 0950 REF: RICH/RM/ Nemakhavhani

RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF

RICHARD MATHOBO SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 ATTORNEYS OF 1965

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the Late SILIMELA HUDIVHANNYI SOPHY ID NO: 541225 0191 089, Mukula Village, Estate no: 477/2021 shall lie for inspection at the offices of the Master of High court, Thohoyandou, for a period of twenty one (21) days as from the date of publication hereof. Should no objection thereof be lodged within the specified period the Executor shall proceed with the distribution of estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on this 03rd day of May 2021. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre, Block 2 D18, Next to Phalaphala FM Thohoyandou 0950 REF: RICH/RM/silimela

RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late: NEMAKHAVHANI PFULUWANI COLBERT I.D No: 580808 6456 08 5 of Ha-Makuya, who died on 2021-0116 and was married to NEMAKHAVHANI TSHILILO REGINA of ID no: 611103 0261 08 4. Estate number 448/2021 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their

The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the Late RAMOTHIBEDI AIFHELI ELIAS, Id No: 541225 0191 08 9, Musina Location Estate No: 2021/2020 shall lie for inspection at the offices of the Master of High court, Thohoyandou, for a period of twenty one (21) days as from the date of publication hereof. Should no objection thereof be lodged within the specified period the Executor shall proceed with the distribution of estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on this 03rd day of May 2021. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre, Block 2 D18, Next to Phalaphala FM Thohoyandou 0950 REF: RICH/RM/ ramothibedi

TD MUDAU INC ATTORNEYS. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All persons having claims against the undermentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days from date of publication hereof. Estate number: 2261/2020, Surname: RAMUDZULI Names: AZWIDOHWI CALVIN, Date of birth: 1951/02/02 Id No: 510202 5707 083 Last address: 1874 Protea Glen, Extension 1, Gauteng Province Date of death: 2020/11/23,

Master’s Office: Thohoyandou Signed at Thohoyandou on 28th day of July 2020 Name and Address of Executor or Authorised agent: RAMUDZULI AVHASEI,1874 Protea Glen, Extension 1, Gauteng Province TD Mudau Inc Attorneys, 05 Blackwood Street, Florida Park, Roodepoort, Gauteng Province Tel: 010 534 5373 Email: rotshidzwa. mudauattorneys@gmail.com Ref:Ms.R Mudau/Est766/2021

VHAFAMADI GEOSPATIAL SOLUTIONS

MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW 2016 We, Vhafamadi Geospatial Solutions (Pty) LTD being the authorised agent of the of Erf 1925 (Park) of the township Waterval-A, hereby give notice in terms of Section 74(2)a of the Makhado Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land

use management, BYLaw 2016, that we have applied to the Makhado Municipality for the Park Closure of Erf described above, situated In Waterval. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the Director Development Planning office, 1st floor Civic Centre or Town Planning office, C first floor Civic Centre, for a period of 14 days from 14 May 2021. Objections to or

representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing and hand delivered to the above mentioned offices or posted to the Municipal Manager, Makhado Municipality, Private Bag X2596, MAKHADO. 0920 within a period of 14 days From 14 May 2021. VHAFAMADI GEOSPATIAL SOLUTIONS (PTY) LTD, Stand No. 72, Tshivuyuni Village, Limpopo Province 0926 Tel No. 0725144880

MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY PUBLIC NOTICE REGARDING THE 2019/2020 ANNUAL REPORT: 1. In accordance with section 127(5) (a) (i) & (ii) of the Local Government Municipal Finance Management Act Number 56 of 2003 read with section 21A of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, the Accounting Officer hereby makes public the tabled Musina Local Municipality’s Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2020 and invites the local community to submit representations in connection with the 2019/2020 annual report. 2. Take note that copies of the 2019/2020 Annual Report are available for perusal during office hours (07h00 to 16h00) week days (Monday to Friday) at the following municipal service points: a) Musina Library (Civic Centre) b) Nancefield Municipal Office c) Madimbo Thusong Centre d) Malale Satellite Office e) Campbell Satellite Office f) Harper Satellite Office g) Skoonplas Satellite Office 3. In addition the Annual Report is available at website www.musina.gov.za 4. Written representations on the 2019/2020 Annual Report must be submitted to one of the above service points or at the office of the Municipal Manager by no later than Friday, 14thth May 2021 at 12h00. 5. Take note that subsequent to processing of the annual report by the Municipal Public Accounts Committee council will in accordance with section 129 of the Local Government Municipal Finance Management Act Number 56 of 2003 adopt an oversight report on the 2019/2020 annual report on or before the 31 May 2021 and make public an oversight report within 7 days as per section 129(3) of the Local Government Municipal Finance Management Act. 6. For enquiries please contact Mr PM Mudau via telephone or fax or e-mail or post: Tel: 015 – 534 6100 Email: pandelanim@musina.gov.za Fax: 015 534 2513 Post: Private Bag X611, MUSINA, 0900 7. Further be advised that the Municipal Public Accounts Committee shall in accordance with section 129(4)(a) and 130(1) of the Municipal Finance Management Act hold Consultation sessions on the 2019/2020 Musina Local Municipality Annual Report as follows:

A) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION: Date: Friday, 21 May 2021 Venue: Ward 11, Venda Time: 10h00

B) PUBLIC HEARING: Date:Friday, 25 May 2021 Venue: Ward 11, Venda Time: 10h00

Date: Friday, 21 May 2021 Venue: Ward 05, Renaissance Matswale Time: 16h00

Date: Friday, 25 May 2021 Venue: Ward 05, Renaissance Matswale Time: 16h00

TN TSHIWANAMMBI Municipal Manager

Notice number 11 2020/21

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION GRANT FOR THE PROSPECTING RIGHT FOR COAL ORE, COPPER AND TORBANATE/OIL SHAL RESOURCES ON THE FARM 440 MT, 443 MT AND 444 MT ON UNSURVEYED STATE LAND, UNDER MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF MUTALE, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. Notice is hereby given that on the 03rd of May 2021, the Limpopo Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) granted Environmental Authorisation (DMR Ref: LP 30/5/1/1/3/2/1 (13877)EM for the proposed Prospecting Right application in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA), 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) as amended. The authorisation was received by the applicant, Tshikundamalema Mining Investment (PTY) LTD on the 04th of May 2021. INVITATION TO COMMENT In terms of the National Appeal Regulations, 2014, and the EA, any person wishing to appeal against the decision must submit an appeal to the Appeal Administrator (see contact details below) and forward a copy of the appeal to the Project EAP, all registered Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs), any Organ of State interested in the matter, and the decision-maker within 20 days calendar from the date I&APs were notified of the decision. THE APPEAL MUST BE SUBMITTED IN THE PRESCRIBED FORM TO APPEALS AND LEGAL REVIEW: Email: appeals@environment.gov.za Postal Address: Private Bag X447, PRETORIA, 0001 Physical Address: Environment House, Corner Steve Biko and Soutpansberg Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0083 THE CONTACT DETAILS OF REGISTERED I&APS: Fhumulani Stanley Rakhadani T: 078 840 9798 / 071 4075 833 E: stanley@geoaspex.co.za A: Office 7, 8 Corridor Crescent, N4 Business Park, Ben Fleur x11, Witbank, 1034.

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MASIPALA MUTUKU WA MUSINA AMENDMENT SCHEME NO:_NDIVHADZO YA KHUMBELO YO ITIWAHO YA MVELAPHANDA YA U SHANDUKISWA HA MAVU A DIVHALEAHO SA ERF 1328 MUSINA EXTENSION 6 UBVA KHA RESIDENTIAL 1 UYA KHA BUSINESS 1 NA WRITTEN CONSENT. Nne, Muleya Tambulani Evelinah mune wa tshitensi tshi divheaho sa ERF 1328 MUSINA extension 6 ndo ita khumbelo ya u shandukisa kushumisele kwa mavu a divheaho sa erf 1328 Musina extension 6 ubva kha kushumisele kwa residential 1 uya kha Business 1 hu uitela u fhala Guest house na written consent ya u fhungudza Building lines hu tshi khou shumisiwa khethekanyo ya (36)1 ya Musina spatial planning and land use management by-law 2016 vhaleaho khathihi na mulayo wa Spatial planning and land use management Act of 2013(SPLUMA). Pulane na manwalo a elanaho na khumbelo yo bulwaho afho ntha zwinga wanala kha ofisi ya mulanguli muhulwane wa mveledziso na vhupulani ya mavu, masipala wa musina lwa maduvha a 28 ubva kha duvha la ndivhadzo. Vha na mbilahelo kana vha tshi khou toda u pfesesa malugana na ndivhadzo yo bulwaho afho ntha vha nga nwalela mulanguli wa masipala kha adiresi itevhelaho: private bag x611, Musina, 0900 husathu fhela maduvha a fumbili malo (28 days)

ubva duvha la ndivhadzo kana vha dalela ofisi dza masipala wa Musina nga tshifhina tsho bulwaho afho fhasi: 7:00 u swika 16:00. Adiresi ya dzhendedzi mulayoni: Muleya Tambulani Evelinah wa erf 1328 Musina extension 6, 0900. Cell: 082 052 7005 081 883 7637.

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(continues from p12) A WRITTEN CONSENT. I, Muleya Tambulani Evelinah owner of Erf 1328 Musina Extension 6 have lodged a Land development application in terms of Section (36)1 of Musina Local Municipality Spatial Planning and Land Use Management By-Law 2016, and clause 21 of the Musina Land Use Management Scheme 2010, and Read together with the provision of Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013 (SPLUMA) for the rezoning of Erf 1328 Musina extension 6 from Residential 1 to Business 1 for the purpose of Guest house with written consent for relaxation of building lines. The relevant plan(s), Documents and information are available for inspection at the office of the Senior manager: Economic Development and Planning: 21 Irwin Street, Musina, 0900, for a period of 28 days. Any objection to the above mentioned land development application must be submitted in writing to the Municipal Manager: Private BagX611, Musina , 0900 within 28 days from the date of first publication or to the offices of Musina Local Municipality during office hours from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. Address of the applicant: Tambulani Evelinah Muleya erf 1328 Musina extension 6, Musina, 0900, Limpopo. Cell: 082 052 7005 0818837637.

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14 14 MAY 2021

LIMPOPO MIRROR

VACANCY

VACANCY

PACKHOUSE WORK AVAILABLE x 50 workers (male and female)

FARM WORK AVAILABLE x 10 workers (male and female).2

Situated on R523 between Vivo and Waterpoort – Secrabje Boerdery

Situated on R523 between Vivo and Waterpoort – Secrabje Boerdery

Applicants must be: - In possession of South African identity document and have a valid bank account - Physically fit for work - Between the ages of 18 – 40 - Male and female can apply - Able to speak and understand English

Applicants must be: - In possession of South African identity document and have a valid bank account - Physically fit for work – howing, picking of vegetatables (marrows, gems, beans, etc) - Between the ages of 18 – 30 - Male and female can apply

Temporary work for period end of May 2021 – October 2021.

Temporary work for period end of May 2021 – October 2021.

Please contact 087 943 3843 to apply – interviews to be held in May 2021

Please contact 071 689 5284 to apply – interviews to be held in May 2021.

MAKHADO WARD 38 BY ELECTION ADVERT The Independent Electoral Commission hereby informs the residence of Ward 38 in Makhado Municipality about the By-Elections that will take place in Ward 38 on the 19th May 2021 from 07am to 9pm. All registered voters who resides in ward 38 are requested to participate in these by-elections. Please bring your green bar coded SA ID, Smart ID or valid temporary Identification card in order to cast your vote. You are only allowed to vote where you have registered. All Covid 19 regulations will be adhered to. No mask no entry.

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION GRANT FOR THE PROPOSED PROSPECTING RIGHT APPLICATION ON THE REMAINING EXTENT OF THE FARM MORGENZON 94 LT, SITUATED IN THE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF VUWANI, LIMPOPO PROVINCE.

For more information visit Makhado IEC Local Office at 89 Kruger Street, Louis Trichardt or call on 015 516 3825/ 3273/ 4642/ 3272/ 5751 during working hours or e-mail: mokweboh@elections.org.za

Notice is hereby given that on the 19th of April 2021, the Limpopo Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) granted Environmental Authorisation (DMRE REF: LP 30/5/1/1/3/2/1/ 13759 EM) for the proposed prospecting application in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA), 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) as amended for the purpose of prospecting Beryllium, Corundum, Magnesite, Gold, Vanadium and Manganese on the above-mentioned properties. The authorisation was received by the applicant, Vhalinawe Masakona (Pty) Ltd on the 5th of May 2021.

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION GRANT FOR THE PROSPECTING RIGHT FOR COAL ORE, COPPER AND TORBANATE/OIL SHAL RESOURCES ON THE FARM 440 MT, 443 MT AND 444 MT ON UNSURVEYED STATE LAND, UNDER MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF MUTALE, LIMPOPO PROVINCE.

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Notice is hereby given that on the 03rd of May 2021, the Limpopo Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) granted Environmental Authorisation (DMR Ref: LP 30/5/1/1/3/2/1 (13877)EM for the proposed Prospecting Right application in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA), 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) as amended. The authorisation was received by the applicant, Tshikundamalema Mining Investment (PTY) LTD on the 04th of May 2021.

INVITATION TO COMMENT In terms of the National Appeal Regulations, 2014, and the EA, any person wishing to appeal against the decision must submit an appeal to the Appeal Administrator (see contact details below) and forward a copy of the appeal to the applicant and EAP (see contact details below), all registered Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs), any Organ of State interested in the matter, and the decision-maker within 20 days of calendar from the date I&APs were notified of the decision.

INVITATION TO COMMENT In terms of the National Appeal Regulations, 2014, and the EA, any person wishing to appeal against the decision must submit an appeal to the Appeal Administrator (see contact details below) and forward a copy of the appeal to the Project EAP, all registered Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs), any Organ of State interested in the matter, and the decision-maker within 20 days calendar from the date I&APs were notified of the decision.

THE APPEAL MUST BE SUBMITTED IN THE PRESCRIBED FORM TO DIRECTORATE APPEALS AND LEGAL REVIEW: Email: appeals@environment.gov.za Postal Address: Private Bag X447, PRETORIA, 0001 Physical Address: Environment House, Corner Steve Biko and Soutpansberg Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0083

THE APPEAL MUST BE SUBMITTED IN THE PRESCRIBED FORM TO APPEALS AND LEGAL REVIEW:

THE COPIES OF THE APPEAL MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE EAP AND APPLICANT’S DETAILS BELOW:

Email: appeals@environment.gov.za Postal Address: Private Bag X447, PRETORIA, 0001 Physical Address: Environment House, Corner Steve Biko and Soutpansberg Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0083

Vhalinawe Masakona (Pty) Ltd

THE CONTACT DETAILS OF REGISTERED I&APS: Fhumulani Stanley Rakhadani T: 078 840 9798 / 071 4075 833 E: stanley@geoaspex.co.za A: Office 7, 8 Corridor Crescent, N4 Business Park, Ben Fleur x11, Witbank, 1034.

VACANCY

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

BID / TENDERS INVITATION Bids are invited for the rendering of the following services as indicated below: DESCRIPTION

CIDB GRADING

1. PURCHASE, SUPPLY OF CARTRIDGES AND TONERS FOR PEROD OF THREE YEARS

N/A

2. PURCHASE, SUPPLY OF STATIONARY FOR PERIOD OF THREE YEARS

N/A

3. PURCHASE, SUPPLY AND COMMISSION OF COMPUTER LAB SERVER DESKTOPS, THIN CLIENT AND LAPTOPS

N/A

EVALUATION CRITERIA: • 80/20 scoring points • Valid Tax Clearance Certificate • CK (Certified)

COMPULSORY BRIEFING SESSION MEETING DATE

TIME FOR 2 SESSION

VENUE

20.5.2021

10:00

Central Office

20.5.2021

N/A

12:00

N/A

Central Office

Tshisimani Campus

• • • •

(TENDER) BID NO.

EVALUATION CRITERIA

VTVET No 10/2021

80/20

VTVET No 11/2021

80/20

VTVET No 12/2021

80/20

CLOSING DATE AND TIME

POST DELIVERY TO

AMOUNT

10/06/2021 Time: 11h00

Vhembe TVET College, R300.00 Central Office, Private Bag X2136 Sibasa, 0970

10/06/2021 Time: 11h00

Vhembe TVET College, R300.00 Central Office, Private Bag X2136 Sibasa, 0970

10/06/2021 Time: 11h00

Vhembe TVET College, R300.00 Central Office, Private Bag X2136 Sibasa, 0970

Valid BEE Verification Certificate /(Certified) Proof of Residence of the Company or lease agreement Compliance to Specification obtainable in the Tender Document Price

Tender documents will be obtained as from the 20 May 2021 after briefing session at the Central Office of Vhembe TVET College, Stand no 203, Unit A, Sibasa, Limpopo upon payment of non-refundable amount of R300.00 deposited to Vhembe FET main account at FNB: A/C no 62051338187: branch code 269149 will be acceptable. No cash and bank guaranteed cheque will be allowed. Ref number must be the name of the Company. All bids will remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date, the time and date of opeing tender boxes. Late submissions, telegraphit, telefax or e-mail transmission tenders will not be accepted. Vhembe TVET College does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept a tender as a whole or in part. NB: Those who previously puchase for re-advert need not to pay again. All tenders and supporting documents must be sealed in a cover clearly marked “Tender Bid Name and Number as well as the station / Campus where it is required ” and must be deposited in Tender Box C at Central Office, Site No 203, Sibasa, Limpopo, not later than 10 June 2021 at 11:00 for all the bids. All enquiries can be directed to +27 15 963 7000 or by email to: tenders@vhembecollege.edu.za Mrs BR Hlekane The Principal

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

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MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DRAFT ANNUAL REPORT: 2019/20 FINANCIAL YEAR Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 127 of the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA) 2003, that Makhado Local Municipality tabled the 2019/20 Draft Annual Report in terms of the provisions of Section 121 of the MFMA. The report is available for all interested parties / members of public to gain insight and deliver comments on the contents thereof. The purpose of the report is to provide a record of the activities of the municipality and to report on performance in service delivery and budget implementation as well as to promote accountability to the local community in respect of the 2019/20 financial year. The Draft Annual Report, 2019/20 is available at the following respective municipal offices and can be read during office hours from 07h00 to 13h00 and again from 14h00 to 16h00 on Monday to Friday of the week, excluding public holidays. 1. The Regional Administrator, Mr. Luvhimbi B , Dzanani Regional Office, Dzanani Township 2. The Regional Administrator, Mr. P Mobbie, Waterval Regional Office, Waterval Township 3. Main Municipal Office Complex, Office of the Municipal Manager: PMS Unit or Registry Office 1st Floor, Civic Center, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado

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Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street, LOUIS TRICHARDT File No.: 10/1/2 Notice No 74/2021

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MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY ERRATUM NOTICE

Makhado Local Municipality is hereby issuing an erratum for an advert which appeared in Zoutnet (Mirror) newspaper dated 23 April 2021 and sowetan newspaper dated 23 April 2021 TENDER NO. 28 of 2021: APPOINTMENT OF PANEL OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS FOR ELECTRIFICATION OF VILLAGES FOR THE PERIOD OF THREE YEARS Erratum issued on page-4 of bid document, paragraph C2.1 (Pricing Instructions) for the above mentioned tender. The paragraph should be as follows: PART C2: PRICING DATA C2.1 PRICING INSTRUCTIONS

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1. The Pricing Schedule (in C2.2) comprises items covering the Contractor’s profit on material, labour, preliminaries and general expenses involved in executing the project. 2. This tender consists of four categories which must all be completed and priced accordingly. 3. The amounts and rates to be inserted in the Pricing Schedule shall be excluding VAT. 4. The amounts and rates inserted in the Pricing Schedule shall not be altered for the duration of the three-year contract. 5. Below paragraph C2.2 is an uncompleted standard template of the Bill of Quantity that must be completed when bidding for this tender.

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street, LOUIS TRICHARDT File No.: 8/3/2/1806 Notice No 68/2021

MR K M NEMANAME ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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

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MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY NOTICE PROPOSED SALE OF MUNICIPAL RESIDENTIAL ZONED ERVEN Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of section 79(18) of the Local Government Ordinance, 1939 (Ordinance 17 of 1939) as amended read together with section 21(4) of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000) that the Makhado Local Municipality has an intention of alienating by means of open public auction method thus, Two hundred (200) residential zoned erven situated in Makhado-A Extension 2 Township. Any person who wishes to object to the exercise is called to lodge his/her objection in writing to the office of the acting Municipal Manager at Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 or fax to number 015 516 5084 to reach his office by no later than 02 June 2021 Any person who cannot write may come to the Acting Director Planning and Development at Office Number E010, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado, 0920 during office hours from 7H00 to 13H00 and 14H00 to 16H00 on or before the 02 June 2021 where objections / comments or representations will be transcribed. All enquiries in this regard can be directed to Mr R V Phalanndwa as Acting Director for Planning and Development Department at 015 519 3295 or Mr E D Fungene at 015 519 3281.

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street, LOUIS TRICHARDT File No.: 7/3/2/1 Notice No 75 of 2021

DEPARTMENT: COMMUNITY SERVICES GENERAL MANAGER: COMMUNITY SERVICES Appointment to this position is 5 year- fixed term employment contract and subject to the signing of a performance agreement Remuneration package: An All-Inclusive Annual Remuneration package from R972 648.00(minimum) /R1 108 275 (midpoint) / R1 275 894 (maximum) per annum (as per Upper Limit of Total Remuneration Package Payable to Municipal Managers and Managers directly accountable to the Municipal Manager, Government Gazette No. 43122 dated 20 March 2020) subject to the signing of an employment contract, a performance agreement and disclosure form for benefits and financial interests. Requirements: An appropriate Bachelor Degree in Social Sciences/Public Administration/ Law or equivalent * 5 years’ experience at middle management. * Computer literate * Valid Driver’s License * Registration with the South African Council of Social Service Professionals (SACSSP) or similar recognised relevant professional body will serve as an added advantage. Knowledge: Good knowledge and understanding of relevant policy and legislation, good knowledge and understanding of institutional governance systems and Performance Management. Understanding of Council Operations and delegation of powers. Key Competencies: Must have capacity to provide strategic direction and leadership, People management, Programme and project management, Financial management, Change and governance leadership, Moral competence, Planning and organizing, Analysis and innovation, Knowledge and information management, Communication, Results and quality focus. Key Performance Areas: * Responsible to manage the Fire and Rescue services, Disaster Management, Environmental Health services, Sport, Arts and Culture within the District. *Implement the Integrated Development Plan (IDP) as well as the strategic goals of the Department. * Provide support and advice the Municipal Manager and Council. * Implement the Departmental Service delivery budget Implementation Plan (SDBIP). *Develop and Implement key Strategic / Business Plan. *Perform duties and functions delegated to the Community Service by the Municipal Manager. Forward your application on the prescribed application form for Senior Managers obtainable on the website (www.vhembe.gov.za) accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications, Identity document and Drivers Licence to the Municipal Manager, Private Bag X5006, THOHOYANDOU, 0950 or hand delivered to Municipal Head Office at Registry. Note: All shortlisted candidates will go through competency assessment and security clearance check. No fax and e-mail applications will be accepted. Applications received after the closing date will not be accepted. If no response is received from Vhembe District Municipality within 90 days after the closing date, it must be regarded that your application has not been successful. Vhembe District Municipality reserves the right not to fill the advertised posts. Enquiries on the above should be directed to Recruitment Officers @ 015 960 2169/2042/2232

MR K M NEMANAME ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

CLOSING DATE: 04/06/2021 MUNICIPAL MANAGER: NDOU T.S.


LIMPOPO MIRROR

16 14 MAY 2021

Black Aces give Tornado a soccer lesson

SPORT LEAGUE LOGS

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Deadline: Tuesday 12:00 No handwritten logs will be accepted Makhado Local Football Stream G - Group A Team

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DID YOU KNOW?

The league logs are also available online at www.limpopomirror.co.za

Manavhela Black Aces were by far too strong for Ablex (Tornado) when they overpowered them 3-1 in their Safa Vhembe MMK League clash on Sunday. Aces dictated terms for most of the first half. Although the team showed cohesion in all departments throughout the match, the performances of their strikers, George Setjie and Azwihangwisi Mathelemusa, were outstanding. Setjie was everywhere, giving support to both his midfielders and making sure that his danger area was always clean. Aces came close to scoring on three successive occasions, with Tebogo Makatu the culprit in all instances. He received a neat pass from Muvhulawa Rambuda in the 24th minute and fumbled in front of the stranded keeper. He committed two similar blunders before the referee blew the halftime whistle. The half-time score was still 0-0. Tornado approached the last stanza with more confidence, forcing the home side to play with their backs against the wall. No one was surprised when Tornado opened their account. Katlego Machaka received a neat pass from Rotshidzwa Tshitangoni and blasted in a rocket from close range. Their celebration was cut short by Aces’ George Setjie, who was on target to equalise after receiving a neat pass from Zwivhuya Netshidzivhani. Tornado lost cohesion in the

middle of the park shortly after Aces’ first goal. Aces capitalized on the setback and pressed hard in search of more goals. They were awarded a free kick in the 76th minute, and Takalani Rabulanyana

made no mistake. The struggle continued, with Aces enjoying more possession. Their third goal came via George Setjie, who completed his brace nine minutes before the end of the

match. John Mavula of Tornado caused an upset late in the game when he fumbled at the goal finish with the keeper already beaten.

Stenwardson Mabudu of Tornado tries to block the ball from Talelani Serunwa.

Another home match waits for Chippas United Ladies will host Merwe United Ladies at the Makhuvha Stadium After a break of two weeks, tomorrow afternoon. Merwe’s the teams affiliated to the technical team is still battling Limpopo Stream of the Sasol to find their winning combiWomen’s League will be back nation this season. They have in action this weekend. managed to deposit only one point into their league account Chippas were given free to date, while Chippas are points without kicking a ball af- one of the hot contenders for ter their fixture against Sealane the league title. Chippas will Ladies, which was supposed to pin their hopes on Mashudu have been played on Saturday, 1 Davhana, Pertunia Vukea and May, was declared a walk-over Mulalo Mufanadzo for goals. in their favour. Chippas waited Lacoste Morning Stars will in vain for the arrival of Sealtravel to Rabali village in the ane Ladies at the Makhuvha Nzhelele Valley, where they will Stadium. lock horns with Sealane Ladies Chippa will play another at the Rabali Stadium. The league match at home. They spirit is high in the Morning By Frank Mavhungu

Madombidzha Try Again too strong for Arsenal By Kaizer Nengovhela Madombidzha Try Again beat Madombidzha Arsenal 1-0 in a Safa Vhembe MMK Administrators league match played at the Madombidzha Grounds on Saturday. Try Again’s victory put them in a good position to lead Stream E’s Group 1, which will open up the opportunity to participate with other winners from other groups in the play-off matches. Saturday’s match started at a fast pace, with both sides threatening to score. Try Again missed a golden opportunity in the eighth minute, when their striker, Mulatelo Ndou, beat the keeper of Arsenal, but then shot wide with an empty net in front of him. The match turned lukewarm towards the end of the first half. This was influenced by the fact that both sides were holding onto the ball for

Stars’ camp after beating Real Mighty Girls 2-1 in their last match. Tshandama Young Stars will undertake a journey to Nwamitwa village outside Tzaneen. Their match against Sisters FC will be staged at the Nwamitwa open grounds. All eyes will be on the match between Real Mighty Ladies and Botlokwa Ladies at the Vuwani open grounds. Mandebele Happy Fighters Ladies will have a date with Seven Stars Ladies at the Zebediela Stadium. Skimzozo Ladies will host the University of Limpopo Ladies at the Marapong Stadium in the Lephalale area. The other fixtures are: FC 50 Stars Ladies vs Capricorn Sports Development and Kanatla Ladies vs Copper Belts FC. Chippas’ scoring machine, Mashudu Davhana. Photo: Frank Mavhungu.

far too long. Arsenal spent the better part of the first half running around like headless chickens as Try Again were dictating terms in the middle of the park. Percy Mushukwa and Ntendeni Ratshikhopha were instructed to contain Try Again’s leading goal scorer, Mulatelo Ndou. Rudzani Rambau also gave the defence of Arsenal a tough time. In the last five minutes of the first half, Arsenal showed that they meant business by going forward fiercely. Their demon striker, Fhatuwani Thovhakale, beat the off-side trap and ran straight at the stranded keeper. His attempt went wide. The only goal of the match came in the 68th minute. Mushubi Mushukwa received a pre-cooked pass from Thato Senata and caught Arsenal’s keeper off guard. Arsenal came back strongly in the last half, but they could not find their way through the defence of Try Again.

Private Bag x 5006, Thohoyandou, 0950 MUNICIPAL PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE (MPAC) NOTICE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND PUBLIC HEARING ON 2019/2021 DRAFT ANNUAL REPORT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in terms of Section 130 of the Municipal Finance Management Act, Act 56 of 2003 read with Section 20 and 21(a) of Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000, that the Municipal Public Accounts Committee of Vhembe District Municipality will be conducting Public Participation and Hearing on 2019/2020 Draft Annual Report. Members of the public; community stakeholders; businesses; churches and media within Vhembe District are invited to attend Public Participation and Public Hearing scheduled as follows: DATES TIMES VENUE

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 18 MAY 2021 09H30 FOR 10H00 NJAKANJAKA COMMUNITY HALL

PUBLIC HEARING 19 MAY 2021 09H30 FOR 10H00 TBA

Kindly note that all comments given at the meeting should also be submitted in writing to the Chairperson of MPAC prior or at the meeting. For more information contact:- Pfunzo Ramugumo on 015 964 4500/4507 or on email address ramugumop@vhembe.gov.za MPAC CHAIRPERSON CLLR: MAKHOMISANI S.E.

TS NDOU – MUNICIPAL MANAGER


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Two tricky hurdles ahead of Vhadau Vha Damani By Frank Mavhungu

Owen Thuto of Ablex (left) with Ramodibana Thoka trying to protect the ball.

Ollesdas gets a 3-1 soccer lesson By Kaizer Nengovhela Ablex United beat Ollesdas 3-1 in their SAFA Limpopo ABC Motsepe league match that was played at the Louis Trichardt Show Grounds last Wednesday (May 5). Ollesdas was lucky not to concede half a dozen goals during the first half as they were out of touch in all departments. Realising that they were unable to match Ablex, Ollesdas started to display rough tactics. They did not get far with this strategy, as referee Olani Kwinda

warned one of them, Mohlapu Letswalo, with a card in the ninth minute. Ollesdas should have been the first to find the net. Their diminutive striker, Siriti Seabe, was unfortunate to see his volley go a little wide. Thapelo Mkhachwa scored Ablex’s opening goal, following a well-timed pass from Thompho Ndou in the 14th minute. Thompho Ndou was later replaced with Ramodi­ bana Thoka. Ablex were awarded a penalty kick in the 24th minute. Owen Thuto scored to make

the half-time score 2-0 in favour of Ablex. Early in the second half, Ollesdas capitalized on a defensive error by Ablex’s Nkhetheni Maleboho, and Abel Makubela scored his team’s only goal. Owen “Mshekwi” Thuto scored Ablex’s third goal after some neat interaction with Mpho “Fire” Mavhandu. Evans Mphaba was a thorn in the flesh of the defence of Ablex. He received a beautiful pass from Evidence Modipi and shot wide from outside the box.

Welcome victory for Ablex United in final ABC Motsepe clash against VFA By Frank Mavhungu Ablex United concluded their league programme with a bang. They beat Venda Football Academy (VFA) 2-1 in the final ABC Motsepe League match at the Tshifudi Stadium on Saturday. VFA approached the game aggressively. That compelled the visitors to play with their backs against the wall in the first 15 minutes of the game. VFA’s fighting spirit dropped a bit after their playmaker, Rudzani “Zoba” Thabo, was reprimanded with a yellow card for a dangerous tackle 18 minutes into the game.

Kgotatso Mariba of VFA hooks the ball. Photo: Frank Mavhungu.

After their battle for league points against Supersport United at the Lucas Moripe Stadium outside Pretoria on Wednesday evening, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC (TTM) have another mountain to climb. (The result of the match against Supersport United was not available at the time of our going to press.) TTM will play two DStv Premiership League matches within the space of three days. Vhadau Vha Damani, as they are also called, will host Maritzburg United at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane tomorrow afternoon (Saturday). TTM and Maritzburg United are fighting for their lives and the result of tomorrow’s match is likely to determine the team that will either face outright relegation or partake in the relegation/ promotion playoffs, come the end of the season. Should they manage to collect the maximum points at the expense of Maritzburg tomorrow, TTM will be out of danger. TTM will have only two days to prepare for their next fixture after tomorrow’s game. They will wres-

tle for league points against Baroka FC in their Limpopo derby at the same venue on Tuesday afternoon. TTM’s defenders, Diamond Thopola, Ndivhuwo Ravhuhali, and Alfred Ndengane will have a tough time against the strikers of Baroka in the form of Evans Makgoka, Richard Mbulu, and the former TTM sharpshooter, Nhlanhla Mgaga. Chippa United will host Bloemfontein Celtic at the

Dr Molemela Stadium in Bloemfontein in one of the two matches that will also be played on Tuesday. Moroka Swallows and Stellenbosch FC will meet at the Dobsonville Stadium in Johannesburg. Two matches will be played next Wednesday, 19 May. Lamontville Golden Arrows will host TS Galaxy at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium in Durban, while Cape Town City will host Maritzburg United at the Cape Town Stadium.

Baroka’s sharpshooter, Nhlanhla Mgaga.

Mikhado FC’s future in the balance By Frank Mavhungu The result of the ABC Motsepe League match between Munaca FC and The Dolphins FC, which was played at the Ben Serake Stadium outside Polokwane on Wednesday afternoon, was a determining factor for the future of Mikhado FC. The result for the match was still unknown at the time of our going to press.

played. The other teams played their final league fixtures for the current soccer season over the past weekend. Mikhado were shining on top of the Stream A league log with 33 points after playing to a 1-1 draw with Giyani Happy Boys at the Xikukwana Stadium outside Giyani last Saturday. The Dolphins FC were in the second position, three points behind them. Should The Dolphins manage to beat Munaca by any margin, they will jump to the top of the log. The Dolphins had scored 16 goals more than Mikhado before Wednesday’s match. The Stream A champions will meet their Stream B coun-

terparts on a date and venue still to be announced to determine the team that will represent the Limpopo Province in the national playoffs. The top two teams in the national playoffs will gain promotion to the GladAfrica Championship League. Mikhado FC represented the Limpopo Province in the two previous national playoffs, without any success. Asked about the number of teams that will be relegated to the lower division this season, the chairman for the board of governors, Mr Mighty Tjale, revealed that an announcement would be made after the board meeting, which he said was likely to be held within the next three weeks.

Ablex United took 28 minutes to open their account. Their bulldozer striker, Owen Thuto, beat the offside trap and faced the stranded VFA keeper, Mashudu Makhavhu, in a one-on-one situation. Thuto unleashed a ground cutter from inside the box, forcing Makhavhu to stretch to the limit, only to suffer the pain of watching the ball going beyond his reach. Munaca and The Dolphins Ablex were two goals up when the teams met at the same venue about adjourned for the half-time break. Their second two months ago and the game goal came via Thuto Maroga, who forced his way was abandoned. During its through the defence of VFA and sent the keeper meeting last week, the league’s the wrong way with a half volley. disciplinary committee ruled The second half saw Ablex continue from that the match must be rewhere they left off. They continued to play attacking football in their search for more goals. The home side pulled one back in the 64th minute. They were awarded a penalty after Rudzani Thabo was brought down within the box. Themba Mandlazi made no mistake from the white spot. United’s keeper, Elikana Nema­ kanga, was booked for obstruction soon afterwards. Both sides effected two changes to their starting 11 later in the game. Ablex played the last five minutes of the game with their hands tied behind their backs Local farmer and former soccer player Fhatuwani “Dunga” Phophi and Nditsheni Nelitshindwi donated soccer when Nemakanga was kits and balls to Gumbu Peace Makers and Sigonde Young Stars on Sunday, 1 May, at the Gumbu Grounds. In the given his marching photo, from left to right, are Fhatuwani Phophi (sponsor), Thonifhani Kwinda, Nditsheni Nelitshindwi, Leonard orders, following a secMufhadi and Mathews Ramphabana. ond bookable offence.


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