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“There’s no mango here with a face” By Maanda Bele

Phindulo Mphilo (20), a second-year public relations student at the University of South Africa, has been selected as one of the 40 semi-finalists among 300 entries for the Miss Limpopo Province pageant. Phindulo, who resides at Madombidzha village, said that she had prepared herself well beforehand and that was why her being selected among the top finalists did not come as a surprise to her. (See story on page 9)

The Vhavenda people are wonderful storytellers, but when the spotlight fell on the village of Tshikundamalema for a tall, twisted tale involving a mango, shaped like a human face, and then some more insinuations about witchcraft besides, the traditional leader of the village was furious. Sometime in June this year, a story about the shock discovery by residents from an “unidentified community” started to circulate on social media. The original story really does not seem to have much detail to it, except that these residents had discovered a mango, shaped like a human face, hanging from a tree. Video recordings of people jostling and shouting as they tried to catch a glimpse of this strange-looking, or “miracle” mango hanging from the tree, started to go viral on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and other social media platforms. The comments came from users as far afield as Nigeria and Kenya. Now, another (fake) version of the original story is doing the rounds on Facebook. This time, though, it comes with all the juicy details the first version seemed to lack. The story goes as follows:

“If they imply that there is a witch in my village, it means that I am a witch too, because I lead this person.” In Tshikundamalema village lives an 88-year-old lady who is still very active and can even still move around without a walking stick. The old lady lives with her cat and dog, whom she named after her deceased children, Itani and Salphina. She cooks from a big pot every day and does very dirty laundry, which no one knows whom it belongs to. About a year ago, some guys who wanted to make atchar stole mangoes from the old lady’s mango trees. She went to the chief and asked him to summon a traditional court, so that whoever had stolen her mangoes should come forth and apologise, but no one attended the court. This year, the old woman’s mango trees bore no fruit at all, until 5 October, when one of the trees suddenly produced a mango that grew unusually fast and changed into the shape of the face one of the guys who had stolen the old lady’s mangoes. According to the tale, the fruit is bleeding. Thovhele Vho-Hanyani Tshikunda-

malema said he would not tolerate this “fake news” that was now tarnishing his village’s good name. “I feel disrespected, and this post is denting the good image of my village,” he said in an interview with Limpopo Mirror. “If they imply that there is a witch in my village, it means that I am a witch too, because I lead this person. If you know who is spreading these lies, I will make sure that they regret it,” he said. The post was, however, copied and shared so many times that the original author could not be traced.

A screenshot of the video of the mango shaped like a human face that has been circulating on social media since June this year.

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Lots of hopefuls vie for the election crosses The age diversity, however, is interesting. No fewer than six 21-year-olds can be found, with 12 candidates being The average age of candidates in 70 years or older. The oldest candidate the Vhembe District hoping to be is the 79-year-old Tshinyadzo David elected during the coming muManyatshe, who stands as candidate nicipal elections is surprisingly for the International Revelation Conhigh, coming in at 43. Quite a few gress (IRC) in Makhado’s Ward 29. “70-plussers” are also on the list of Manyatshe is very confident that he hopefuls. will bring about change if he wins this The lists of candidates in the four ward, which covers the Tshakhuma Vhembe municipalities as well as the area. “My age serves as an advandistrict municipality make for intertage. I have been around for long; I esting reading. Voters clearly cannot know what the people need. I have complain about not having options. seen them suffer under the apartheid Whether all the candidates are worthy government and I have also seen them of a vote is obviously another question. suffer under the ANC,” he said. Based on a scan through the lists, He is confident that his age will 1 555 candidates will vie for positions count in his favour in securing the in the four local municipalities as well votes of other senior citizens. “Senior as for the Vhembe District Municcitizens have voted for the ANC ipality. The major political parties because they want grants. That grant all have a presence, and in the most does not belong to the ANC, it belongs hotly contested municipality, Collins to the State. Even if we remove the Chabane, no fewer than 22 parties ANC, the grant will remain,” he said. have submitted names of candidates The IRC also has a 21-year-old canfor proportional representation. didate on its Makhado list. Emmanuel Mahata is hoping to secure the Ward31 seat, an area that includes Mashau, Thondoni, Valdezia, Mambedi and Mahamu. To him, the biggest challenge is unemployment. “As a youth, I want to help other young people like me. I want to bring service to the people, and people must not look at my age and judge me. I am capable of doing more, as young as I am,” he said. In general, voters have a wide variety of candidates and political parties to choose from. No fewer than 49 independent candidates will also try and secure crosses from voters. The IEC lists unfortunately do not distinguish in terms of gender, which makes judging the number of male and female candidates difficult. Emmanuel Mahata is one of six The Economic Freedom Fighters 21-year-old candidates who are hop- (EFF) have only submitted the name ing to get elected. Mahata is an IRC of one candidate on the proportional candidate in Makhado’s Ward 31. representation (PR) list in each of the By Anton van Zyl and Maanda Bele

municipalities. The PR candidates are allocated according to a formula that calculates the total support a political party obtains during the election in each municipality. When the EFF’s Makhado councillor, Anthony Mathumba, was asked about this, he explained that the IEC allowed them to submit only one name for now. After the election results are made available, the EFF will submit more names. The reason for this is to ensure a gender balance, Mathumba said. If, for instance three men were selected as ward councillors, the names of three women would be submitted to serve as PR councillors.

date, while the DA backs Samson Muavha. The EFF’s solitary name on the PR list is Dunisani Lyborn Baloyi, while the Gaza Movement for Change backs Vusiwana Mtileni. The Gazankulu Liberation Congress pins its hopes on Justice Maluleke. Very interesting is that the Inkatha Freedom Party is also contesting this election, with their number one candidate being Ronald Baloyi. The other parties contesting here (with their top PR The oldest candidate in the Vhembe area is candidate in brackets) are: the 79-year-old Tshinyadzo David Manyatshe, International RevelaFierce competition who stands as candidate for the International tion Congress (Tintswalo expected at Collins Revelation Congress (IRC). Chauke), Katekani Economic Power (Mafemani Chabane Municipality Hlungwani), Kingdom but this will be no easy task. In 2016, Covenant Democratic Party (Tintswa- the ANC secured 75% of the votes, the The Collins Chabane municipality, DA collected 11% and the EFF 9%. which covers the often-volatile Vuwani lo Nkondo), Know Your Neighbour (Nndavheleseni Mudau), Malamulele The new list of candidates shows 370 District, may turn out to be the place Community Association (Hermon names of hopefuls from 16 political where the ANC will battle most to Sithole), Pan African Congress of parties. A further 10 independents hold on to their 84% majority obAzania (Zodwa Miyambo), Patriotic hope to secure some of the 38 wards. tained during the 2016 elections. No Alliance (Rodgers Chauke), Rise Up Musina is one of the smaller municfewer than 489 candidates are vying Africa/Tsoga Africa (Mohanoa Rabosi- ipalities, but even here 137 candidates for votes, which include 15 indepenwana) and the Ximoko Party (Mbazihave thrown their hats into the ring. dent candidates. ma Jackson Manganye). The list includes nine political parties Starting in alphabetical order, the and eight independent candidates. political parties include the Able Leadership, who submitted names No landslide victory for In 2016, the ANC secured 74% of the votes, compared to the DA’s 13% and of 56 candidates. Their number one one party predicted the EFF’s 10%. PR candidate is Tinyiko Khosa. The The Vhembe District Municipality ACDP also believes it will do very In the other municipalities, the (VDM) does not have wards and is well in the Vhembe region. This party competition promises to be a lot a “catch-all” for the whole region. has submitted 26 names in Collins In 2016, this region had 607 100 Chabane, with Khombo Mabasa being fiercer than in previous elections. In Thulamela, the ANC enjoyed 79% registered voters, of which 46,7% first on the PR list. of the support in 2016, with the cast their votes. The ANC collected The ANC has forwarded 87 names, 79% of the votes, with the EFF (with with Miyelani Gladstone Chauke lead- EFF claiming 10% of the votes. This 9%) its closest rival. Many analysts ing the pack. Koto Robert Muthubi is time around, 425 candidates from 15 parties are standing. A total of 16 believe that the situation will change first on the African People’s Convenindependent candidates also hope to dramatically this year. The names of tion’s list, while Cope places its hope 134 candidates appear on the VDM’s on Thato Ndobe. The Decent Political secure some of the 41 ward seats. The DA may hope to improve their list for the municipal elections on 1 Party has selected Hasani Simon position at the Makhado Municipality, November this year. Sithole as the number one PR candi-

There is trouble in the water at Thononda village By Godfrey Mandiwana The traditional leader of Thononda village, Khosi Vho-Thandululo Tshivhase accuses a civic structure of tarnishing the image of his area and of infringing on people’s constitutional rights to get water. Tshivhase and the group purporting to be operating under the umbrella of the South African National Civic Organization (Sanco) have been at loggerheads over the charging of levies and the controlling of water sources. He said Sanco’s term of operation had ended last year and had never been renewed, but the group did not want to let go. “They don’t cooperate. When I call a meeting, they don’t come; instead, they call a parallel one. Other community structures are cooperating and respect me as their chief,” said

Tshivhase. “I requested R100 from each family, so that we (could) buy electricity units, maintain the water pump and also supply clean water for consumption. The ‘fake’ Sanco decided to go parallel and instructed the community members to pay R50 per head, not per family. The worst part is that they don’t give receipts to people and don’t want to account (for the money). Sometimes they just tell people that the pump is defunct, and people must pay R50 per head in order to fix the machine and get water,” he said. “I summoned them to my palace, and they refused. I reported them to my superior, Thovhele Kennedy Midiyavhathu Tshivhase at Mukumbani, and they refused to appear before him,” he said. “Things are changing; the youth in the village are refusing to take

A woman decided to drink water from the river amidst the water dispute in Thononda village. Photo: Godfrey Mandiwana.

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instructions from the fake Sanco. The youth requested a meeting with Sanco, and they denied, saying they have nothing to do with boys. The youth locked the pumping station … and handed the key to me. They have done that because some community members were not getting water,”. Tshivhase said that the pumping station was not working, and the old pump had to be fixed. He blamed the condition of the pump on a lack of proper maintenance. “If the pump was really serviced, the service provider wouldn’t write it off. It is clear that the money was misused,” he added. “The fake Sanco once broke the pumping station, and we opened a case against them. The case is still on the roll. They are also facing malicious damage to property after damaging government vehicles that were in the village to service the water pump,” he said. Tshivhase reckons the issue is about money and to have control over the levies that residents pay. “My gates are always open; the fake Sanco leaders must come, and we settle the matter amicably. Money is the root of most evils,” he concluded. Representing the community, Mr Johannes Mungoma said chief Tshivhase was using the youth to destroy water infrastructure because community members refused to pay the R100 he requested. “The pump station was installed in 1987 by the then government and people were getting water without any problem. It started as a diesel pump station and the

former Nzhelele Transitional Local Council (TLC) gave us tanks to save water. We elected four members of the community to work at the pump station. We applied for electricity, and this was installed by the former Premier of Limpopo, Mr Cassel Mathale, when the station was upgraded,” he said. Mungoma accused Tshivhase of using boys to damage the infrastructure. “Those boys are unruly. Since his inauguration, there is no peace in the village. When we open a case against those boys, police don’t arrest them,” he said. “Tshivhase fenced off the pump station and claimed it to be his. He is demanding R100 from the people for water services. The money should be paid to him,” he said. According to Mungoma, they had written a letter requesting a meeting with the chief, but he had not responded. “We are in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, but there is no water. Thousands of people rely on that water station. Women are fetching water from the river because of the heartless chief and his boys. When we need a service from our chief ’s kraal, he first demands R100 for water before helping you,” he concluded. The spokesperson for the Vhembe District Municipality, Mr Matodzi Ralushai, said that the area was suffering from a historical leadership crisis. “Both the Thulamela Local Municipality and the Vhembe District Municipality intervened previously. Good governance also requires an affected community’s commitment,” Ralushai added.

Mafukaduvha wins third place By Bernard Chiguvare The Limpopo Department of Basic Education commended educators who go beyond the call of duty to ensure that learners receive the best quality education. Limpopo MEC for Education Polly Boshielo congratulated all the educators who represented the province and won awards at the 21st annual National Teaching Awards (NTA), hosted by the Minister of Basic Education on 6 October in Gauteng. The awards were first made in 2000 and aim to recognise, celebrate and acknowledge outstanding teachers. Among the winners was Mr Shonisani Alfred Mafukaduvha of Mudimeli Secondary School in the Vhembe West District. Mafukaduvha won third place in the Excellence in Lifetime Achievement category. This is not the first time Mafukaduvha has won an award in line with his profession. In 2019, he also won Eskom’s Entrepreneur/Teacher of the Year award. “After realising the plight of my community, I established the Alfred Mafukaduvha Foundation last year. The foundation, among others, offers extra lessons for learners in mathematics, science and English,” said Mafukaduvha. He is also an advisor for the Youth Entrepreneur Society (YES). YES encourages young people to be future job creators, instead of job seekers. He has been in the teaching field since 1990 and has played a big part in the success of Mudimeli Secondary school. “In 2015, I approached the Limpopo Department of Education to replace the pit toilets at the school. The department replaced the toilets with Enviroloo ones, which are safer and more user friendly. In addition, the department delivered 10 fully furnished mobile classrooms,” he said. Mafukaduvha believes that educators must be devoted to their work. Since 2011, his own dedication has resulted in a 100% pass rate for the school’s history students.


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Lt-Col Freddy Masuvhelele killed in what appears to be a botched armed robbery killed.” Limpopo police spokesperson Brig Motlafela A well-respected police officer from Vhembe Mojapelo confirmed the incident and said that a was shot and killed at his business premises at case of murder was being investigated. The three Malonga, Vuwani, on Friday. assailants made off with an undisclosed amount of cash and a cellphone. They fled the scene in a Lt-Col Freddy Masuvhelele (58), attached to white VW Polo. Limpopo’s Intelligence Unit and a local business Mojapelo appealed to members of the public owner of Masuvhelele Enterprise, became part to come forward, should they have information of the latest murder statistics when he was shot regarding the incident or suspects. He said that dead on Friday evening at about 17:30. the police would work around the clock to see The deceased’s younger brother, Mr Thabelo the robbers behind bars soon. Masuvhelele, told the media that two men came “This is a hard time for us all. The man could into Freddy’s convenience shop (which is on the not even hurt a fly, but they decided to kill him same premises as his house) on the day of the in the cruellest way,” Thabelo said. “We are incident. A third man, who arrived with them, leaving everything in the hands of God, and we stood outside where Freddy was just tending strongly believe that the police will do their job his chickens upon arriving home. The two men inside approached the till, where Freddy’s two children worked, pretending to buy cigarettes. When they produced a gun and pointed it at the children, the children ran out of the shop. The robbers fired shots in their direction but did not hit them. At the same time, the man outside shot and killed Freddy. “We heard the gunshots, but did not know where they came from,” Thabelo said. “Shortly thereafter, we received the terrible news and rushed to the house where my brother had been By Kaizer Nengovhela

Police are still searching for boyfriend after woman’s death By Kaizer Nengovhela The police in Waterval are still searching for a man who had allegedly killed his girlfriend at Mpheni Vhutuwangadzebu last Thursday (7 October). Details around the murder remain sketchy at this stage. The woman, identified as Ms Agnes Mathebula (40), was reportedly seeking refuge at her neighbours’ two days before she was killed, complaining that she had problems with her boyfriend. Rumour has it that the couple were going through a rough spell. Mathebula’s son apparently went to the house, looking for his mother, and found her lifeless body lying in a pool of blood on the floor with stab wounds to her chest and head. Police spokesperson Brig Motlafela Mojapelo confirmed the incident and said it seemed as if a fight had started inside the house as the police had found a bloodied knife on the floor. “The suspect presumably knew that there were no people in or around the house, sneaked in unnoticed and killed her in cold blood,” he said. Neighbours allegedly saw Mathebula’s boyfriend come out of the house, running in the direction of the mountains. A murder case has been opened against the boyfriend, who is still on the run from the police.

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and apprehend the killers.” Freddy’s funeral service will be held at his home in Malonga on Saturday, 16 October, and starts at 06:00. He will be buried at Tshimbupfe Dindela cemetery. Limpopo MEC Mavhungu Lerule Ramakhanya condemned the killing of a police officer. She said that such callousness should never be allowed to thrive in any society and that people must respect the police, as they are the last line of defence in the fight against crime. “We must help the police to urgently bring to book those who are responsible,” Ramakhanya said. Anyone who can assist the police with information can go to their nearest police station, call the toll-free Crime Stop number 0860 010 111 or SMS the crime line 32211.

The late Lt-Gol Freddy Masuvhelele from SAPS Limpopo’s Intelligence Unit. Photo supplied.


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Communities threaten to take law in own hands if police don’t step up flush them from our midst.” He said that when residents had The communities of Maburnt one of the gang members dombidzha, Magau and involved with an incident in Tshikhwani are tired of being 2015 and 2016, the crime had terrorised by a gang of crimi- gone down significantly that nals, called Zwikhaya. Fed-up year, but now new gangs were residents blame the police for sprouting. doing nothing about the esA resident of Madombidzha, calating crime in these areas, Mr Dallas Mashila, said that crying “enough is enough!” they were tired of gangsters’ The Zoutpansberg Comruling their communities. He munity Development Forum said that they had identified (ZCDF) chairperson, Mr a number of groups and the Patrick Sikhutshi, said that names of alleged perpetrators the communities were the and would be visiting their innocent victims of criminal homes. “The problem is that activities. People are frustrated parents defend their children. with the rampant crime in the They live with stolen properarea, where thugs are robbing ty in their homes. When we and killing people with knives, go and identify them at their stealing cables and breaking homes, their parents come out into homes and businesses. and defend their children. We He blamed “incompetent po- are saying to the parents, please licing” for the increase in crime. stop defending your children.” “Thugs have been terrorising Police spokesperson Brig the community for a long time, Motlafela Mojapelo said the yet the police drag their feet in police would spare no effort in addressing these problems. All the war against crime. “We will we want is a crime-free village,” work together with community he said. stakeholders, until we defeat “Criminals live among us crime. We are going to work here in the villages and it is up on the information and hope to us to expose them and to something positive is going to By Kaizer Nengovhela

Photographed during the inauguration of the new leaders at The Living Gospel World Mission Church are, from left to right, Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli, Mrs Maureen Kharivhe, Khosikhulu Toni Mphephu, the newly inaugurated leader, Pastor Robert Kharivhe,Vhembe Executive Mayor Dowelani Nenguda and The Living Gospel World Mission’s acting president, Ms Irene Malele.

New leaders at Living Gospel church By Maanda Bele Khosikhulu Toni Mphephu has urged The Living Gospel World Mission Church to continue with the good work they are doing and being a light to the world. Mphephu was the guest speaker when Pastor Rembuluwani Robert Kharivhe and his wife, Maureen, were inaugurated as the new leaders of the church in Tshilivho. Kharivhe was democratically elected by the church members. A leadership vacuum was left within the church when the founders, Dr Masole Ragimana and his wife Matsidiso passed away in 2019 and 2021 respectively. A ceremony attended by, among others, Mphephu, Vhembe Executive Mayor Dowelani Nenguda, Mphaphuli’s senior traditional leader Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli, other chiefs, the Ragimana family members and the church’s local, national and international leadership, was held at Tshilivho on Sunday, 10 October. The church’s acting president, Irene Malele, who

conducted the ordination, said the church was following a tradition and constitution set by the founders. “We know for a fact that many will be asking whether you will fit in the founder’s shoes,” Malele addressed the new leaders. “Know that this was planned by God and our urge to you is to follow in the footsteps of your predecessors. We also urge the church to fully support the new leadership for this church to grow,” she said. Representing the Ragimana family, Praise Ragimana jokingly said he had dreamt that his father’s church had been turned into a hardware store, but was quick to add that the family was well assured that the church was in good hands, as the new leader had personally been mentored by their father. Mphephu, who arrived with his entourage, including Thovhele Kutama, Thovhele Nthabalala and chiefs, said the church’s relationship with the Vhavenda Royal House dated back to the time of his late father and the late founders of the church. “The late founder of this church was a spiritual father to my late

father and (this) was passed on to me. We are attracted to this church by the good deeds done for our communities. We are also highly impressed by the smooth transition that has taken place here. It was orderly and peaceful, unlike in traditional leaderships where you are installed today and the following day you are served with court papers,” he said to thunderous applause by the congregation. Mphephu urged the new leadership to continue were the founders of the church had left off. “Continue to do good and pray for us. As leaders, our rule cannot succeed without God. We will also be praying for you and give you our full support,” the Vhavenda leader concluded. Kharivhe said he knew some challenges lay ahead but he had faith that, with God, everything would run smoothly. “I learnt a lot from our founding parents and will follow in their footsteps, that this church may grow and many are brought to the fold of God,” he said. The church was founded in 1997 and has more than 500 branches worldwide.

come out of this,” he said. Mojapelo emphasized that residents are not to take the law into their own hands but should rather visit the police station and request to form a community policing forum (CPF). “The CPF and the police will work together and see how best to solve the problem of crime,” Mojapelo said. “Mob justice, and this includes burning the so-called suspects, will not solve crime since it is a criminal activity in itself.”

The chairperson of the ZCDF, Mr Patrick Sikhutshi. Photo: Kaizer Nengovhela.

LEFT: Thendo Thovhakale married the love of his life, Tovhowani Davhana, during a traditional wedding held at Madombidzha on 25 September. Photo supplied.

NLC launches own investigation into controversial R10m grant to centre were not aware of the grant. The centre’s chairperson, The National Lotteries Councillor Tshifulufheli Solly Commission (NLC) has hired Mudau, admitted that he was lawyers to conduct a parallel aware of the funding, but said investigation into a dodgy it had been used for a boreR10 million grant that is hole project in a neighbouring already being investigated by village. However no such the Special Investigating Unit borehole project could be found (SIU). and the local district municiThe NLC has routinely pality, which is responsible for refused to answer media supplying water in the area, questions about dodgy grants, says it is unaware of any Lotsaying it does not want to inter- tery-funded borehole project fere with the SIU investigation. in the area. Mudau is the ANC That investigation began late ward councillor for the Collins last year after President Cyril Chabane municipality and Ramaphosa issued a proclathough his role in the grant is mation authorising the Unit to under investigation by the SIU, probe corruption involving the his name appears on the list of Commission. candidates for the upcoming NLC spokesperson Ndivhuho municipal elections. Mafela confirmed last week Limpopo Mirror also rethat legal firm Dabishi Ntham- vealed that Mudau is related to beleni Inc had been tasked by Dr Muthuhadini Madzivhandithe Commission to investigate la, a member of the NLC’s the circumstances surrounding board. a multimillion grant allocated When the NLC was asked at to the Tshimbupfe Drop-in the time for more information Centre in Limpopo, a centre for and to comment on the Tshimchildren from poor homes. bupfe grant, Mafela refused to Limpopo Mirror and divulge any details. GroundUp reported on the “… the NLC is currently a grant in September this year. subject of investigations, the Investigations revealed that a primary one being conducted small non-profit organisation by the SIU. As a reminder, the based in the rural village of proclamation signed by the Tshimbupfe in the Vhembe President in (commissioning) district of Limpopo had rethe SIU gives a time frame of ceived R10 million in funding, between the year 2014 and but most of its board members October 2020. It is for this By Anton van Zyl

reason that we refrain from commenting on any matters that fall within this time frame. It is only fair that we allow the investigations to take their own course and be concluded instead of running parallel commentary,” said Mafela. This is the NLC’s regular response - if it responds at all when questions are asked about funded projects Soon after Limpopo Mirror journalist Kaizer Nengovhela began probing the grant, he was contacted by Tebogo Sithathu, a musician and activist whose nonprofit company, the Gospel Music Association of South Africa, has received almost R10 million in Lottery grants. Sithathu, who has close links to the NLC – sent a sinister WhatsApp voice message to Nengovhela, asking him to “stop harassing this organisation”. Shortly after our article appeared, the SIU visited the Tshimbupfe area to investigate and take statements from witnesses. Mudau, who told the SIU that the money was used for a borehole project, was one of the people questioned. Nengovhela was contacted at the end of September by Dabishi Nthambeleni and asked for more information about his investigation. The law firm

was asked to submit written questions, which it did. Dabishi Nthambeleni asked for information on the documents obtained by Limpopo Mirror and GroundUp. All the documents are in the public domain, which the lawyers were told. The lawyers seemed especially interested in the family relationship between Mudau and Madzivhandila.

Finance Management Act possible witnesses. that the accounting authori“We have been advised by ty should investigate alleged the NLC that they have already wrongdoing when they become responded to your questions aware of it. Yet the NLC has regarding our involvement in apparently not investigated the this matter,” he said. many other dodgy grants and SIU spokesperson Kaizer projects that have been exposed Kganyago said that the NLC by the Limpopo Mirror and had not informed them of their GroundUp. investigation. But it would “not “The NLC would also like interfere with our investigato put it on record that the intion”, he said. vestigation will not in any way Asked if the Hawks had been interfere with any processes informed of the NLC investigation, spokesperson Colonel Public Finance Man- that are being undertaken by any law enforcement agency,” Katlego Mogale suggested that agement Act Mafela added. questions be sent to the NLC. Mukhetwha Nthambeleni But she said parallel investiNLC spokesman Mafela of Dabishi Nthambeleni was gations were not uncommon, confirmed that Dabishi Ntham- asked if his firm would be and used the example of a burbeleni had been commissioned communicating with the SIU glary case being investigated by to investigate the Tshimbupfe and the Hawks regarding its police, where the homeowner grant. investigation. He was also might also make use of the “The firm has been tasked to asked whether it could not be services of private detectives. investigate the alleged funding considered improper for the She said she would “follow allocated to Tshimbupfe Drop NLC to commission a parallel up” with the Hawks Lottery Centre and the subsequent im- investigation and interview investigation team. plementation of the project/s,” he said. “Further to this the firm is also tasked with looking into funding allocated to ‘dormant organisations’ as alleged. This will also extend to the alleged threats made to members of the media fraternity supposedly on behalf of the NLC, as insinuated,” Mafela said. He said it was a reThe Tshimbupfe Drop-in Centre’s R10 million grant is being invesquirement of the Public tigated by the SIU.


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Musina FM radio has gone silent ror reported on claims that belongs to the community, Musina FM had allegedly but the board of directors and Musina residents are still been experiencing problems management distanced thembaffled by the sudden cloregarding maladministration, selves from the community. sure of their local commumismanagement and the mis- They were running the station nity radio station, Musina use of funds for years, which without the community, which FM, without any warning or the said management had is totally wrong,” Khoza said. notice. denied vehemently. “It is now time for local govThe community claim that Former radio presenter ernment elections, and we are they have not heard a sound Victor Hulumeni said: “We are missing out on the political from the station for the past bombarded by listeners calling campaigning.” Besides this, he four months, but according us, trying to find out what had said, businesspeople could no to the station management, happened to the radio station. longer advertise their prodthey only stopped operating in This is really failing the ucts, and the local municipalmid-August this year. community. The station has ity now found making public “The station closed due to always been a quick medium announcements difficult. cable theft,” former station for relaying informing to the Wilson Dzebu, spokespermanager Selina Phiri expublic on matters that affect son for Musina Municipality, plained. “They also stole the them.” said the responsibility to saferadio antenna, and there was Hulumeni congratulatguard Musina FM’s property no money to replace all these ed Phiri on her new role as was not that of the municistolen equipment. If the com- deputy chairperson for the pality. “We have done enough munity wants the radio station Economic Freedom Fighters for the radio station, and they to resume working, they can in the Vhembe Region. must also take responsibility. start a fundraising campaign Community member We have given space for opwith the station’s existing Eugene Khoza also expressed eration at no cost. They don’t management to raise money his concern over the closure of pay for water, electricity or any to buy new equipment.” Phiri the radio station. “The station other rates.” resigned as station manager at the same time the station closed to assume a career in politics. Justice Langa, who is also part of the radio station’s management, is making an appeal to Musina Municipality to provide security to safeguard the cables and equipment from being vandalised. “Musina FM’s transmitters are in the bush and that area needs to be guarded every day. The previous time when the cables were stolen and replaced, we should have locked the area. Unfortunately, the following day we found the cables vandalised again.” Langa said that the municipality had withdrawn security services in The building from where Musina FM used to broadcast bethat area two years ago. fore they closed in mid-August this year because of vandalIn 2019, Limpopo Mirism. Photo supplied. By Bernard Chiguvare

Standing from left to right in front: The founder and executive chairman of the Masingita Group of Companies, Dr Mike Nkuna (holding spade), Eddy Lekganyane, Minister of Communication and Digital Technology Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, Limpopo Premier Chupu Mathabatha and the executive mayor of the VDM, Cllr Dowelani Nenguda, during the sod-turning ceremony held to mark the beginning of the Nkuna City project. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

R1,5 billion development starts at Nkuzana village merely for a sod-turning event, but to plant a fertile seed of soA sod-turning ceremony was cio-economic development. We held to mark the beginning of commit ourselves as provincial the R1,5-billion-rand Nkuna government to work with role City project at Nkuzana players to ensure that this seed village near Ha-Masia on is watered and nurtured to its Thursday, 7 October. full potential and bears fruit of socio-economic developLimpopo Premier Chupu ment and prosperity,” said Mathabatha described Nkuna Mathabatha. City as a game-changing The ceremony was attended catalyst project that would by, among others, the Minister promote and support radical of Communication and Digital socio-economic transformation, Technology, Ms Khumbudzo modernisation and industrialNtshavheni, the Deputy Minisisation of the rural economy. ter of Small Business DevelopThe investment is expected to ment, Ms Gina Nomalungelo, offer massive job-creation opthe MEC for Economic Deportunities with, among others, velopment, Environment and industries, shopping centres, Tourism, Thabo Mokone, and intermodal facilities and hotel the executive mayor of Vhembe and conference centres. District Municipality (VDM), “We are here today, not Cllr Dowelani Nenguda. By Silas Nduvheni

Dr Mike Nkuna, the founder and executive chairman of the Masingita Group of Companies, applauded the support from the Limpopo provincial government and said that this was proof of the government’s commitment to working with investors to improve the socio-economic conditions of the people, especially in the rural areas. Development of the first phase of Nkuna City had already commenced on 14 April this year and is expected to be completed by April 2022. Nenguda urged communities around the Nkuzana and Ha-Masia area to protect the project jealously from vandalism, so that future generations will also be able to make use of the facility.

Liberty Life in Louis Trichardt donated 24 pairs of brand-new shoes to learners of Balalila Primary in Nzhelele on 16 September. Photo supplied.

Limpopo Premier Chupu Mathabatha (seated on the left) in discussion with the founder and chairman of the Masingita Group of Companies, Dr Mike Nkuna. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

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Young man finds his real muse in the exciting world of farming life before. “I was so lazy to do they knew that I was not one physical labour,” he confessed. for hard work.” Vhutshilo Osborne Mabuke “Well, I got started on the Mabuke receives positive (33), a resident of Tshaulu backyard at my home. I planted and encouraging remarks from village, heeded the advice mustard, spinach and other almost everyone who visits him from an experienced farmer crops that would sell quickly. and sees his produce - fresh in February last year to start When people started buying and glimmering in the sun. “I his own small-scale farming the produce, I was motivated still see myself as an infant in enterprise as a means to to use the empty space I had. farming, but I look forward to fend for his four siblings. I spent over R8 000 to get gaining more experience and Today, Mabuke is grateful for irrigation equipment, fertilisers growing my business,” he said, his mentor’s wisdom as he and pesticides. And that’s how adding: “The funny part is that produces crates and crates of it all started.” I am still learning and clueless The road to the clinic, post office and the traditional council’s office gets dangerously slippery cabbages and other veggies Mabuke says he feels like in most of the farming traits, on rainy days. Photo: Bernard Chiguvare. and is able to provide suffishouting it from the rooftops yet lots of people see me as ciently for his family. that farming had saved his life their role model.” from the shackles of poverty! His recent milestone includes “My mother had just passed “Farming to me now means having secured a three-hectare away, so I had to assume the life, hope and care. I was intro- piece of land where he currentrole of sole breadwinner in our duced to farming at the lowest, ly grows his produce. “There were either late for some of their classes or did house, since I am the oldest of worst, most desperate time of had been times when I failed to By Bernard Chiguvare not go to school at all because of the state of the the children. I was so depressed my life. I am glad that I acted meet the demands of my clients Last Thursday was a rainy day in Vhembe roads. that I couldn’t maintain my on that advice, for farming had because the space in my backand while this might have been considered a “We are pleading with the Makhado Municihungry siblings. I confided in saved me from the depression yard was not adequate to plant blessing to most, for the Valdezia community, pality to maintain the D3761 and gravel road to my cousin, Augustine Pfani that comes with being unemenough vegetables,” he said. rainy weather brings great challenges, such Valdezia as this affects our business,” said one Nemasisi, who happens to be a ployed.” “But I believe that that is now a as inaccessible roads and an inconsistent of the taxi drivers who work in that area. “On a farmer.” Today he plants and harvests thing of the past. I ensure that electricity supply. rainy day, we often don’t even bother to do trips. Nemasisi advised the deject- broadleaf mustard, butternuts, there is something planted with Community members complain that, whenev- Sometimes we have to drop passengers off far ed Mabuke to consider farming tomatoes, spinach, oaks, green every season, and that keeps er it rains, the bumpy gravel road from Khangela from their destination, because the roads are just with vegetables – even straight peppers and cabbages. “To see me going.” to Valdezia is slippery and very difficult to actoo dangerous,” said the driver. from his backyard - so he could what I have planted grow, gives cess. Besides this, the rain also makes detecting Makhado Municipality’s spokesperson, Louis sell the produce. me hope and the belief that I He markets his produce potholes very hard for motorists. Bobodi, said the D3761 Road was not the munic“I was sceptical at first, not am capable of taking care of my via social media platforms. “I Mihloti Halala, a resident from Valdezia, said ipality’s responsibility but that of the Departsure if I could manage to put siblings, so long as I have my would like to shout out a big her children had to travel to school in Louis ment of Public Roads and Transport. “There are that idea into practice and two hands and I am on my two thank you to Pfani Nemasisi, Trichardt every day, but when it rained, they programmes in progress for all the access roads achieve the desired results.” feet,” he said. “The majority of Donald Netshiongolwe and in all our regions. Makhado has 38 wards, and For one thing, he had never people are shocked to see that I Mbedzi Thivhusiwi for igniting where we are not yet, we will be, as scheduled on done any hard labour in his have become a farmer, because my passion for farming.” the programmes,” said Bobodi. 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Adziambei nominated for SATMA Candice enjoys a double celebration By Silas Nduvheni

The legendary Adziambei Band has been nominated as best Tshivenda Artist/ Group for the 2021 South African Traditional Music Awards (SATMA) with their latest album, Tshipala Mulilo Volume 16. Founder of the band Maele Elias Sirwali said that this was a huge honour for them as the band had been in the music industry for more than three decades now. “We feel excited and encouraged by the love and acknowledgement we get for our passion in the music industry. With the support from our fans, mostly music lovers of our legendary songs, we hope and are confident that we will emerge as one of the winners of the awards,” said Sirwali. Sirwali formed the band in 1982 in the rural mountainous village of Guyuni and was later joined by his brother, Tshivhangwaho Raedani. Their first album, Ndo vhulaya nguluvhe, Midzimu ya madimoni, was released shortly afterwards. The band has since released

a total of 16 albums. During the funeral of the late Raedani, who was singer and composer of the band, in March 2013, the band promised their fans that they would not dissolve, and in December 2013 they released Mu tula gole. They are known for producing music with educational and informative messages, uplifting the Vhavenda culture and tradition, while also addressing certain challenges that the country is faced with, such as domestic violence, unemployment, and drug and alcohol abuse. Ad-

ziambei Band was winner of the Tshivenda Music Awards (TSHIMA) in 2012 with the song Nwana o ngala ngala. Sirwali is now calling upon the entire public to cast their votes to ensure that they scoop up this award, for which the ceremony is to be held from 27 to 28 November in Mbombela, Mpumalanga, in partnership with the Mpumalanga Department of Art, Culture, Sport and Recreation. The public can vote for Adziambei Band by SMSing “SATMA 192” to 49495. An SMS costs R1.50.

features fellow artists such as MissyFab, Tyro Deep SA, Backstreet 90s and JR Player and songs such as Tshedza tsha mbilu, Dakalo, Midnight, and Candice. The young artist is a resident of Dzanani Manngo village in the Nzhelele area. “I grew up listening to Hip-Hop, RnB and gospel, so my music is influenced by different genres,” she said. Candice has a part-time job as motor insurance specialist, but making people dance is what she enjoys most. She even shoots music videos for other artists, and says that the studio has become almost like her second home now. “I want to use my talents to write different stories for my own benefit, as well as my

By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Twenty-two-year-old Takalani Happy Ndwambi, also known by her stage name of Candice, knows how to multi-task and tap the most from life. Not only is she studying engineering at Vhembe TVET College, but she is also part-time into motor insurance on the one side, while dabbling in music on the other, and she seems to doing quite well. While celebrating her birthday with family and friends at the Hook Up Café in Ha-Dumasi village last Saturday, she also celebrated the release of her first Amapiano EP, titled Basket full of Memories. “I am very passionate about music,” Candice said. “Everything I do has a musical element to it. My parents used to shout at me for making noise with my loud singing and loud music playing in the house.” Basket full of Memories

Takalani Happy Ndwambi, also known as Candice. Picture: Epic Photographs.

fellow youths here in Limpopo first, and then move to different places across the world,” she said. Candice’s music is available in digital online stores for either purchasing or streaming. Follow her on Facebook (CaNdie Candice), Facebook Page (Dj Candice), Instagram (Takalani_Ndwambi), and Twitter (@CandiceTakie). Contact her on Tel 076 676 6891 or Takalanihappyndwambi99@gmail.com.

TurnKey Baby releases debut full-length album By Kaizer Nengovhela Pfarelo Mulaudzi, the local singer/songwriter/vocalist and record producer professionally known as TurnKey Baby, has just released his debut full-length album, called Vhuvhuya. Mulaudzi was born and raised in Khalavha village and is regarded as one of the trendiest upcoming Venda artists. He grew up in a family that loved music. “Gospel and reggae music was a part of my life at home,” he said. He started his music career as backing vocalist for the

Mangondi UAAC Choir (United Africa Apostolic Church), who released three albums during this time. “I started listening to local rap music (VenRap) by artists like Mizo Phyll, CJay and others. What I love about music is that I am able to convey my messages to all my fans, regardless of age,” he said. In an interview with Limpopo Mirror, Mulaudzi said he was happy that he had finally realised his dream of reaching out to people through music. He said that his parents had played a vital role in the production of his album. “They

told me that I am talented and that I must release an album, so that the whole world can see this talent.” To enhance his writing and composition skills, he took piano lessons. Mulaudzi’s ‘unique’ style, which consists of heavy bass sounds, some chopping sounds and occasional well-positioned brass, has gained him great popularity among gospel music lovers. He sings about personal experiences and what he sees happening around him. “I also give advice here and there through my music,” he said. Vhuvhuya consists of 20 vi-

brant tracks, including Odala fhasi, We nda nanaga, Thonifho and Muchidzi, and seems to be doing very well so far. “My album is in high demand and has sold many copies so far. In the streets people are loving it, and my fans have given me really good feedback. By the look of things, I will continue singing this type of music, as it proves to be very popular.” Getting the album recorded, however, was that easy for him. Despite having plenty of songs ready, he had to fund the project himself. Mulaudzi believes that

God has blessed everyone with some kind of special gift and that people must utilise that gift. He encourages people who have a passion for singing to find themselves a pro-

ducer who can help develop them. “But beware of stingy producers,” he warned. Mulaudzi can be reached on 072 220 7858 or 072 611 3947.

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Romeo, tha toast of tha town By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Romeo “ThaGreatwhite” Dzedzemane’s 16-track album, aptly called ThaGreatWhite, has finally hit digital music stores and is already making big waves in the music industry. The album, released only last month, has so far accumulated 90 000 streams on digital platforms, making it the biggest release in the Afro Pop and Hip-Hop genres in Venda to date. It has everything, from love songs, dance- and club tunes to songs that speak to the soul. Romeo is undeniably one of the hottest music acts at the moment. “To be honest, when I started recording this album, I felt like a new-born baby. I felt like I was about to take my first breath,” he said. “The featuring of other artists made it that more amazing, and almost every story in there is my own.” Romeo Dzedzemane is available on Facebook (Romeo Sliqmusiq) and YouTube. His album is also available in almost all major digital online stores for either downloading or streaming.

Fulufhelo tackles GBV in her latest novel By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Fulufhelo Precious Mafadza (27), who hails from Vyeboom village in Vuwani, recently published her second novel, Ndivhoniswani. This narrative is about gender-based violence (GBV). Mafadza believes that people should face the realities that come with everyday life, and that is why Ndivhoniswani speaks directly to the reader. “We live in a society where women and children are being abused physically, sexually and emotionally, (and are) getting killed every day,” she said. “So, I addressed the subject of GBV in literary form,

knowing that many people will get the message when they read the book.” Mafadza dropped out of college while she was doing her N6 qualification in chemical engineering, to find her true passion in life. “Just as I was about to burn my old books, I found an exercise book in which I had tried to write a drama back in 2012. And that’s where it all began.” Mafadza’s mother, Thinawanga Sylvia Nkhumeleni, used to tell her and her siblings vivid tales when they were young, and that was where her inspiration came from. “My mother inspired me to write. She’s such a good storyteller. It’s always mesmer-

Fulufhelo Precious Mafadza. Picture supplied. ising how she narrates her past. It made me develop a love for writing.” She started reading and writing voraciously on a fulltime basis. “I am a keen writer who sees herself going places,” she said. Ndivhoniswani sells for R150. Fulufhelo Precious Mafadza is available on Facebook (Fulu Preshy Mafadza) and Twitter (@ preshyafrica). She can be reached on 076 066 7509 or 072 108 6691, or WhatsApp her on 076 066 Ndivhon 7509. iswani.

Murabi sisters show that music is part of their DNA with Reggae album a very good feeling to note that our album got airplay from different radio If you want to prove that the apple stations within the first week since its does not fall far from the tree, release. This clearly demonstrates that just ask Tsiko and Vusani Murabi, we are moving in the right direction in daughters of famous Reggae legend this tough music industry.” Kenny Murabi. Tsiko’s sentiments were echoed After working with their father for by Vusani, who gladly remarked: more than 10 years as backing vocal“We are very happy that people have ists, the talented young ladies have left instantly fallen in love with our music. music critics’ mouths hanging open Receiving a grand welcome into the with the release of their thrilling eight- entertainment industry has given track Reggae album, titled The Inside. us courage to work hard to enhance The album was received with high our great names in music. With the acclaim and fans are gleeful about the easing of the lockdown restrictions, we sweet voices and original instrumenintend to host a live performance to tation used that equals international officially launch the album.” standards. She thanked her father, Kenny The availability of the album at all Murabi, the fans and everyone who major online digital stores has paved contributed to the development of the way for its instant success, with their music career. daily downloads from true fanatics The album was recorded at Adwho understand what original Reggae ziambei Music Academy with highly is. esteemed musicians such as Steve NetOverjoyed by the success of their shishivhe, Ananias Begwa, Nhlanhla debut album, Tsiko said: “The album Mphilo, Jayco and Buhle on instruhas been out for just three weeks, and ments. already we are getting compliments For public performances and CD from Reggae lovers across the country. hard-copy sales, the duo can be conWe live in the digital era now, and tacted on 079 379 2936 (Tsiko) or 062 we can confirm that selling music 795 4070 (Vusani). Both numbers are online is the way to go. It was also available for voice calls and WhatsApp.

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Phalaphala FM supports National Transport Month October is marked as National Transport Month, and this year Phalaphala FM celebrates it with the inclusion of different on-air features and elements focusing on transportation in the station’s programmes. These will include interviews with people who are making a mark in the transport industry, and commuters will talk about their daily experiences. The station will speak with Ms Jane Mulaudzi, head of the Limpopo Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison, on a weekly basis until the end of the month regarding the official launch of Limpopo Transport Month, as well as the reopening of Polokwane International Airport. “Transport Month is hosted by [the] government to remind us just how vital an inter-modal transport network via seaports, roads, railways and airports is to our economy,” Mulaudzi said. “While there are certainly challenges that need to be addressed, there is a great deal to be proud of as we move towards integrating transport systems to provide mobility and accessibility to all South Africans.” She said that government started Transport Month to encourage people to make more use of public transport and, despite not providing much by way of supporting figures, Mulaudzi said more people were using public transport. She said that government departments joined forces to ensure that this month’s project achieved its objectives to keep commuters, pedestrians and cyclists safe. Mulaudzi said: “We will continue making the lives of our commuters easier by striving to make transport better and safer.” Phalaphala FM’s programme manager, Ms Sharon Ravele, said that the station fully supported the launch of Transport Month. She said that the spate of road deaths in South Africa continued to account for untold suffering among families and friends with the loss of loved ones, and undoubtedly came at a huge cost to the economy.

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Phalaphala FM’s programme manager, Ms Sharon Ravele. Photo supplied.

Tsiko (right) and Vusani Murabi have made a grand entrance into the entertainment industry with the release of their debut Reggae album, titled The Inside. Photo supplied.

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The long and the short of it is that love knows no limits ing Bolt driver said: “Yes, I’m very tall, but I’m happy and accept myself as I If you feel self-conscious about your am. God created all of us in his image body shape and how people look at and I am proud that I am created in his you, just ask Glen Madiba (29) how image. I am like any other person and he deals with the attention he attracts there is nothing wrong with me. I love wherever he goes as one of the tallest myself and thank God that He has given people in South Africa. me so much confidence.” Madiba is an impressive 2,1m tall This gentle giant says he wants to and has the nickname ‘Beans’. He said use his God-given height to contribute that what became clear from his early to community-building initiatives. schooldays was that he would be taller “If there are community structures, than those around him. “I was always businesses and individuals who want the tallest in my class; from my crècheto partner with me in various projects, awareness campaigns, promotions or make me a brand ambassador, I’m readily available to jump in. Some people are using their gifts to build their communities, and I feel that this is the perfect time for me to do so.” Madiba’s 1,5m-tall girlfriend, Pfunzo Mukwevho (23) from Ha-Radali village, said she met her sweetheart in 2018 and they fell in love at first sight. The couple have an 11-month-old child, named Urilinde. “We are madly in love, and he treats me like a queen. I never regret The acting regional manager of the Vhembe Regional Department of Agriculture and Rural loving him because he is a responsible Development, Musandiwa Matshanyonge, was delighted with the keen interest shown by person who makes the women who entered for the Vhembe Female Farmer of the Year 2021 competition. The sure that I stay happy prizes were presented to the winners on Wednesday, 29 September, at the George Phadagi every moment of my Community Hall. The mayor of the Vhembe District Municipality (VDM), Cllr Dowelani life. We feel very proud Nenguda, encouraged local female farmers to play a meaningful role in the regional when people stop us food-production process. He said that the VDM had bought a few tractors to lease out and in shopping centres, had set funds aside to help people in the Vhembe region who were serious about farming. asking to take some The winners of the Vhembe Female Farmer of the Year 2021 Competition are, seated from pictures with us. We left, Rebecca Khalushi (best subsistence), Asnath Mulaudzi (best commercial), Eunice Silare the happiest couple amulele (best smallholder) and Vhengani Mulaudzi (overall winner). Standing in the back on earth, and we will are Musandiwa Matshanyonge, Charles Mojela, Dzawe Ratshikuni, VDM Mayor Dowelani Glen “Beans” Madiba and his girlfriend, Pfunzo Mukwevho, are madnever be separated by Nenguda, Gladys Machovani and Georgina Mogale. Photo: Silas Nduvheni. anything,” she beamed. ly in love, despite their difference in height. Photo supplied. News from Musina

days, when I attended Mbaleni Primary School, to the day I passed my matric at Mphaphuli High School. At first, I was teased about my height by some of the kids at school, but they ended up accepting me as I am.” Although he is very proud of his height, he admits that finding clothes and shoes that fit properly can sometimes be a challenge for him. He wears a size-11 shoe. Madiba was born third out of six children at Maniini and currently lives at Miluwani near Sibasa. The always-smil-

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Lambani’s villagers still share water with animals By Godfrey Mandiwana The government has been making election promises to provide clean water and sanitation to households for nearly three decades, but the residents of Ha-Lambani are still sharing water with the animals. The Lambani community lays adjacent to the Kruger National Park and the only reliable sources of water for the majority are fountains and the Luvuvhu River. Angry residents of Lambani (Murahu Ha-Thavha) said, “It is very sad that the main obstacles to the supply of clean water and sanitation services to our communities are corruption and incompetence. There are several water projects that have been abandoned and their funding is unaccounted for,” they said. One of the residents, Mr Meshack Ndou, said the people of Murahu Ha-Thavha relied on the Solovhele, Ndina Nwana and Tswinganani fountains. Not all of these fountains, however, are clean and people share the resource with animals who come to drink from it. The fountain known as

Ndina Nwana is dangerous because of its location in thick bushes where a black mamba had reportedly been seen. The hand-pump-operated taps and pipes at Tshitomola and Gondeni have been dry and broken since 2010. Those residing in the Lambani–Thondoni section rely on buying water from families who have drilled their own boreholes. Lambani Primary School and the Lambani clinic rely on their own boreholes. “We have the right to have access to clean water and sanitation, as enshrined in our constitution. Government seems to have forgotten us because even our roads are also in poor condition,” said Ndou. The spokesperson for the Vhembe District Municipality, Mr Matodzi Ralushai, admitted that problems existed regarding the provision of water in some Lambani villages. He said that Lambani village fell under the Xikundu regional water scheme and was supplied through a reservoir situated in Tshaulu village. “Currently, the surface water supply is a bit limited due to underperformance of the plant,” said Ralushai. “The hand pumps at

Maduluni, Musanda, Tshiomvani, Dzundeni, Gunda crèche, and Gunda Tshilate are not working. The diesel-operated borehole at Gunda-Gathoni is defunct. We are currently having a shortage of crane trucks and that is why most of the boreholes take such a long time to get attended to.” The Xikundu-Mhinga bulk supply received an allocation of R4.8 million, but the project is still only 15% in progress. The municipality believes, though, that this project is the answer to the water Meshack Ndou tests the spring water that they normally share with animals at Lambani village’s Mucrisis at Lambani village rahu Ha-Thavha section. Photo: Godfrey Mandiwana. and other areas. “We are also upgrad“Generally, the supply of water Vondo Water Plant, which had ing bulk pipes to Vuwani. ing the Damani Scheme, to in the Vhembe District depends been allocated R74.3 million, is Ralushai said that vandalthe amount of R32.7 million, 81% complete and will resolve ism and illegal connections and a bulk-line project is being on available water sources,” he said. water challenges for Badama, also caused disruptions in the implemented at Mukula to reThe upgrading of the MutDuthuni, Bunzhe, Dzingahe water supply, and thus some duce pressure on the Xikundu shedzi Regional Water scheme, and the surrounding areas, said communities do not have water Scheme. Once the upgrading with a budget of R103.7 Ralushai. anymore. “The district water is done, it will improve water million, currently stands at The Nandoni scheme will be tankers will continue to supply supply to the Lambani area.” 71% completion. This scheme upgraded to increase its pump- water to Lambani and the According to Ralushai, they will provide a solution to the ing capacity. The Department surrounding area, but people are also busy with the mainvillages of Nzhelele. of Water Affairs and Sanitation should use water sparingly,” tenance of pipelines that will The major upgrading of the is still in the process of installsaid Ralushai. identify illegal connections.

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION APPLICATION PROCESSES

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION APPLICATION PROCESSES

Notice is given in terms of Regulation 41(2) of GNR 326 as amended (7 April 2017) and published under section 24 and 44 of the National Environment Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) that an application for Environmental Authorisation will be submitted to the Limpopo Department of Economic Development,

Notice is given in terms of Regulation 41(2) of GNR 326 as amended (7 April 2017) and published under section 24 and 44 of the National Environment Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) that an application for Environmental Authorisation will be submitted to the Limpopo Department of Economic Development,

Applicant: Collins Chabane Local Municipality Project overview: Demarcation of 300 sites at Makhubele village on The Remainder of The Farm Ntlaveni 2 MU within Collins Chabane Local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. The development will cover more than 20 hectares in size. Site coordinates are 30˚ 51’ 41.1” East and 22˚ 54’ 10.1” South.

Project overview: Demarcation of 500 sites at Makumeke village on The Remainder of The Farm Mawambe’s Location 281 MT within Collins Chabane Local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. The development will cover more than 20 hectares in size. Site coordinates are 30˚ 37’ 56.3” East and 22˚ 58’ 41.4” South.

The activities triggered are as follows: GNR 325, Listing Notice 2, Activity 15: The clearance of an area of 20ha or more of indigenous vegetation, excluding where such clearance of indigenous vegetation is required for-

The activities triggered are as follows: GNR 325, Listing Notice 2, Activity 15: The clearance of an area of 20ha or more of indigenous vegetation, excluding where such clearance of indigenous vegetation is required for-

(i) The undertaking of a linear activity, or (ii) maintenance purposes undertaken in accordance with a maintenance management plan.

(i) The undertaking of a linear activity, or (ii) maintenance purposes undertaken in accordance with a maintenance management plan.

To ensure that you are identified as an Interested and/or Affected Party please submit your name, contact information, interest in the matter and any comments in writing within 30 days of publication of this advert to the appointed EAP: Masingita Geo-Environmental Consultants, Avhatendi Bethania Maiyana at bethania@masingita-gec.co.za and abmaiyana@gmail.com, Cell no: 082 303 0752, Tel: 27 15 065 0446, Fax: 086 600 7119. Suite 202, Parklane office Park, 76 Hans Van Rensburg Street, Polokwane, 0700 Date of Notice: 15 October 2021

To ensure that you are identified as an Interested and/or Affected Party please submit your name, contact information, interest in the matter and any comments in writing within 30 days of publication of this advert to the appointed EAP: Masingita Geo-Environmental Consultants, Avhatendi Bethania Maiyana at bethania@masingita-gec.co.za and abmaiyana@gmail.com, Cell no: 082 303 0752, Tel: 27 15 065 0446, Fax: 086 600 7119. Suite 202, Parklane office Park, 76 Hans Van Rensburg Street, Polokwane, 0700 Date of Notice: 15 October 2021

Applicant: Collins Chabane Local Municipality

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NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION APPLICATION PROCESSES

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION APPLICATION PROCESSES Notice is given in terms of Regulation 41(2) of GNR 326 as amended (7 April 2017) and published under section 24 and 44 of the National Environment Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) that an application for Environmental Authorisation will be submitted to the Limpopo Department of Economic Development,

Notice is given in terms of Regulation 41(2) of GNR 326 as amended (7 April 2017) and published under section 24 and 44 of the National Environment Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) that an application for Environmental Authorisation will be submitted to the Limpopo Department of Economic Development,

Applicant: Collins Chabane Local Municipality Project overview: Demarcation of 300 sites at Shigamani village on The Remainder of The Farm Natorp 227 LT within Collins Chabane Local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. The development will cover more than 20 hectares in size. Site coordinates are 30˚ 39’ 49.9” East and 23˚ 05’ 27.4” South.

Project overview: Demarcation of 350 sites at Tshififi Madangani village on The Remainder of The Farm Mpapuli 278 MT within the within Thulamela Local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. The development will cover more than 20 hectares in size. Site coordinates are 30˚ 32’ 29.8” East and 22˚ 54’ 31.5” South.

The activities triggered are as follows: GNR 325, Listing Notice 2, Activity 15: The clearance of an area of 20ha or more of indigenous vegetation, excluding where such clearance of indigenous vegetation is required for-

The activities triggered are as follows: GNR 325, Listing Notice 2, Activity 15: The clearance of an area of 20ha or more of indigenous vegetation, excluding where such clearance of indigenous vegetation is required for-

(i) The undertaking of a linear activity, or (ii) maintenance purposes undertaken in accordance with a maintenance management plan.

(i) The undertaking of a linear activity, or (ii) maintenance purposes undertaken in accordance with a maintenance management plan.

To ensure that you are identified as an Interested and/or Affected Party please submit your name, contact information, interest in the matter and any comments in writing within 30 days of publication of this advert to the appointed EAP: Masingita Geo-Environmental Consultants, Avhatendi Bethania Maiyana at bethania@ masingita-gec.co.za and abmaiyana@gmail.com, Cell no: 082 303 0752, Tel: 27 15 065 0446, Fax: 086 600 7119. Suite 202, Parklane office Park, 76 Hans Van Rensburg Street, Polokwane, 0700. Date of Notice: 15 October 2021

To ensure that you are identified as an Interested and/or Affected Party please submit your name, contact information, interest in the matter and any comments in writing within 30 days of publication of this advert to the appointed EAP: Masingita Geo-Environmental Consultants, Avhatendi Bethania Maiyana at bethania@masingita-gec.co.za and abmaiyana@gmail.com, Cell no: 082 303 0752, Tel: 27 15 065 0446, Fax: 086 600 7119. Suite 202, Parklane office Park, 76 Hans Van Rensburg Street, Polokwane, 0700. Date of Notice: 15 October 2021

Applicant: Thulamela Local Municipality

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Phindulo makes it to semis of Miss Limpopo be selected as a finalist and make my village proud,” she said. “So many beauPhindulo Mphilo (20), a second-year ty pageants are being held today and, public relations student at the Univer- unfortunately, the crowning ceremony sity of South Africa, has been selected is where the experience ends. With the as one of the 40 semi-finalists among Miss Limpopo Province pageant, it is 300 entries for the Miss Limpopo a different story. It presents a platform Province pageant. that aims to instil a spirit of giving back and uplifting communities as a way of Phindulo, who resides at Madombid- life.” zha village, said that she had prepared Phindulo started modelling in 2017 herself well beforehand and that was and has so far accumulated eight beauty why her being selected among the top titles, namely Miss Madombidzha Arsefinalists did not come as a surprise to nal 2nd princess (2017), Miss Waterval her. 2nd princess (2018), Miss Personality “I told myself to put in extra effort FOC (2018), Miss Western GP Queen and be dedicated, so that I could also (2019), Miss Sinthumule Kutama 1st

princess (2019), Miss Tshwane Region fourth runner-up (2020), Miss Face of Courageous 2nd princess (2021) and Miss Grand Glamour Queen (2021). She says she looks forward to adding another one before the end of the year. Phindulo, who is also an excellent self-taught make-up artist, said that she was set on empowering young women and men through various programmes, advocating healthy living and good behaviour in society as part of her assignment by the Miss Limpopo Province pageant. “As finalists in this pageant, we are assigned to carry out some charitable deeds,” she said. “I am therefore requesting any help to further my assignment. This can be in the form of stationary and sanitary pads of said that society should be keep teaching, even during Education any brand, but covered encouraged to celebrate the these challenging times of by the colour pink.” Prince Sakala is a 69-yearexcellent and hard work of the Covid-19 pandemic. Our For donations, old retired high-school Enteachers on a daily basis as teachers have adapted their contact Phindulo glish teacher who taught for teaching was the mother of all teachings and gone over and Mphilo on Tel 060 815 35 years. Sakala retired in professions. above to ensure the education 4310, or follow her 2012 at the age of 60. Last “It is very important to of our children continues.” on Facebook (Mphilo Tuesday (5 October), World appreciate all teachers for Sakala believes he had seen Phindulo), Instagram Teachers Day was celebratthe immense role they play it all in his 35-year teaching (@misspeemphilo), or ed and, according to the vet- in educating children. Their career. He matriculated in Twitter (@MMiseran former educator, this dedication and zeal in pre1974 and thereafter enrolled speee). Alternatively, special day of appreciating paring and developing our for a Junior Secondary send an email to teachers should be celebrat- future generations should not Teachers Course at the then Phindulo Mphilo is set on winning the Miss Limpopo Province pagphindulomphilo01@ ed every day of our lives. go unnoticed. Teachers are Setotolwane College of Edueant. Picture supplied. gmail.com. In an interview with Limmentors, guides and knowlcation. He started teaching at popo Mirror from the comfort edge givers who shoulder Ntlhaveni Secondary School of his home in Musina, Sakala the enormous responsibility outside Malamulele in 1977. of nurturing young In 1980, he moved to Musina children to become High School, where he taught on Thursday, 30 September, at with initiatives like this. If their By Maanda Bele responsible adults. until he retired in 2012. While Tshimbiluni Primary School. future is secured, society will That is why I feel teaching, he furthered his Bullying used to be an unspoAccording to the founder benefit from its fruits,” she said. that teachers are the studies by acquiring BA and ken concern in many South of Azanian Vision, Precious “The main idea is to create a country’s pride and honours degrees from the African schools until recently, Nakisani Netshifhefhe, the future with a proper foundajoy, a national treaUniversity of Limpopo. He when a learner at Mbilwi foundation’s aim is to fight tion, built from good morals. As sure worth celebratalso completed a Diploma Secondary School committed against bullying in schools, a result, we will have a future ing every day.” in Educational Management suicide after being bullied by improve senior primary school where children feel safe, loved He said that, from the University of Johana fellow student. girls’ lifestyle by implementing and shielded, but at the same although he no longer nesburg. a menstrual hygiene strategy, time free,” she added. taught, he realised His message to the young The Mbilwi incident became and to give career guidance. that teaching had teachers is: “Teaching is not a serious eye-opener for many “These young ones before During the launch, Netshiftaken another turn an ordinary job and it’s a people and many new and difus are the future generation hefhe and her friends handed with the outbreak calling from within. If you ferent causes and organisations of our country. Foundations over some school socks and of the coronavirus. love and enjoy your work, you have since sprouted from it. like us must reach out to help sanitary towels, and planted “Teachers should will retire with dignity and Azanian Vision foundation also and guide these learners on a tree in honouring Arbour Retired high school English teacher be praised for their fulfilment.” celebrated their official launch the path of building a future Month. Prince Sakala of Musina. tireless efforts to By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

“Celebrate teachers every day”

Support for the fight against bullies

NOTICE FOR THE AMENDMENT ACTIVITY 27 FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS Notice is hereby given in terms of Regulation 41 of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations 2014, made under Section 24(5) of the National Environment Management Act (Act No. 107 of 1998) and published in Government Notice No. R.982 of 2014, of intent to carry out the following activity: Proposed Development of manufacturing of clay bricks through the process of raw materials on an Area of 5 Hectares at Tshitanini Village on the Farm Mpapuli 278 MT Within Thulamela Local Municipality of Vhembe District Municipality In Limpopo Province. The GPS coordinates for the proposed area: S 220 54’ 21.68’’ E 300 33’ 03.98”.

Activities triggered by the proposed activity: R983 Activity 12: ‘’the development of-

(x) building exceeding 100 square meters in size, Where such development occurs(c) if no development setback exists, within 32 meters of a watercourse, measure from the edge of the watercourse.’’

R983 Activity 27: ‘’the clearance of an area of 1 hectare or more, but less than 20 hectares of indigenous vegetation, except where such clearance of indigenous vegetation required fori. The undertaking of a linear activity; or ii. Maintenance purposes undertaken in accordance with a maintenance management plan’’ The above activities required Basic Assessment Process. Particulars of Environmental Consultant Khera Environmental Specialists (Pty) Ltd Contact: Thogomelani Netshitungulu Address: Pro Limpopo Building, Suite 1A 371 De Wet Drive, Bendor Polokwane, 0699 Cell: 015 065 0731 Fax: 086 212 8281 Email: thogomelaniishmael@gmail.com In order to participate in the process, or to provide comments and or to register as an Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) pertaining to the above-proposed development, you are invited to contact Khera Environmental Specialists (Pty) Ltd, Thogomelani Netshitungulu at the consultant address given above on/before 12 November 2021.

The Azanian Vision Foundation donated socks and sanitary towels to learners at Tshimbiluni Senior Primary in Tshakhuma last Thursday. Photo: Maanda Bele.

NOTICE OF CONSULTATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE: PHT MINERAL RESOURCES (PTY) LTD Notice is given in terms of Section 10 of Mineral Resources Development Act( act no 28 of 2002)) in order to carry out the following activity: PHT MINERAL RESOURCES (PTY) LTD have applied for Mining Permits in terms of Section 16 of the Minerals and Petroleum Resources over the farms,UITENPAS 02 MT and VERBAARD 53 MT, situated in the magisterial district, VHEMBE, LIMPOPO PROVINCE with DMR Ref, LP 30/5/1/3/2/11581 MP and LP 30/5/1/3/2/11582 MP. You can be involved in the Public Participation Process by: - sending a fax, email or mail with your name, contact details and concerns/questions relating to the project. - Providing us with the names of additional people that can be contacted.

PUBLIC PARTICIPARTION MEETING:

All correspondence, which should be received on or after 15th September 2021 will be submitted to the DMR. All issues raised during the public participation process will responded to in writing to the Interested and Affected Parties (IAPs).

Date: 20 October 2021 Venue: Musanda Ha Mpapuli Tshitanini Time:11H00

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Career Expo and fundraising at Madabani By Kaizer Nengovhela Communities and learners from secondary schools in the Sinthumule, Kutama and Louis Trichardt area are being treated to a fun-filled Career Expo and Fundraising Festival at the Adolf & Ally Resort in Madabani this week. The three-day career expo kicked off on Wednesday, 13 October, offering career guidance, study tips and information on bursaries to learners from around the area. Speakers and lecturers from different universities will visit the various schools to advise them on the importance of education. Learners will also meet with actors from the SABC2 Tshivenda soapie Skeem Saam. Saturday, 16 October, promises to be a funfilled day, with a music festival featuring the likes of Makhadzi, Ramzy, Razie Kay, Rude Kid Venda, P Boy, Phonic The DJ and other Venrap artists. Event organiser Ms Phumudzo Thenga said that the main aim for the festival was to raise funds for Swobani High, known as a dysfunctional school in terms of Grade 12 results. “It is also to bring fun lovers to the musical festivities where a wide range of musicians and masters of ceremonies will entertain guests,” Thenga said. “People can rest assured that the artists will give them top performances,” she added. Besides offering educational support and entertainment, Thenga said the festival also brought trade to the rural areas, thus fast-tracking much-needed community development and empowerment for the local communities through the music festival. Tickets are available at the gate at R50 per adult and R20 per child. Gates open at 11:00 and security will be very strict. No alcohol is allowed inside.

Makhadzi is expected to be a crowd puller at the Career Expo and Fundraising Festival at the Adolf & Ally Resort in Madabani this Saturday (16 October). Photo: Kaizer Nengovhela.

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New car for Dovheni leader

Well-known traditional leader of Dovheni village near Mulenzhe Vhamusanda Muindathavha Tshinetise received a huge surprise when one of his daughters, Dr Phatutshedzo Tshinetise-Maligana (wearing minwenda) handed her father the keys to his very own, brand-new Toyota 2.8 GD 4X4 during Tshinetise’s birthday celebration on Sunday, 26 September, held in the chief ’s kraal. Tshinetise celebrated his 69th birthday. With them in the photo are some of the family members. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.


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Neluonde has been throwing big punches in the world of boxing he met the legendary trainer, Nick Durandt. The old saying goes that a “I told Durandt I wanted prophet will not be honto be like him and be the best oured in his hometown, and trainer/producer in the world. perhaps this is true for one of He told me it is possible as long Vhembe’s most prolific boxas I think positive and ignore ing coaches, Mutavhatsindi negativity,” Neluonde said. Immanuel Neluonde. In 2000, he opened his own Neluonde (41), who hails boxing club with the help of the from Tshitombondo near late Christopher Mukwevho Thohoyandou, has produced and attracted more amateur several South African boxing boxers. champions, but has received In 2003, he joined the Giyani little recognition in the Vhembe Boxing Club, where he rubbed District. shoulders with professional He joined the world of boxboxers such as Zacharia Muing in 1993 when he was still in dau, Phathutshedzo Dongola Tshiluvhi Primary School, unand Kenneth Hlayisi. der the guidance of former pro“I worked hard and professional boxer Ntshengedzeni duced Limpopo champions “Hugger Boy” Netshivhera. like Prince Ndlovu, who is the In 1996, he signed a deal current Limpopo Lightweight with the Sibasa Boxing Club champion and former Limpopo under the veteran trainer, Mr Featherweight champion and John Nemakonde, where he Junior Lightweight champion,” gained more experience. He he said. trained and sparred with his “I also produced a female best friends Avhashoni Mbedzi, boxer, Bukiwe Nonina, who Ndifelani Manyelenyele, Mumade history by defending vhuso Nedzanani and others. her SA title five times in a row Three years later, he moved without being defeated. Nonina to Gauteng and joined Ralph also won the 2016/2017 boxer Boxing Gym in Florida, where of the year award under my By Godfrey Mandiwana

guidance,” he said. “I worked with the former IBO world champion Tsiko Mulovhedzi, who quickly got fights in the Kingdom of eSwatini and Moscow in Russia. I also took heavyweight champion Osborn Machimane to compete in the United States of America, Spain and Russia,” he said. “In the USA, I met with big guns in the boxing world - the likes of Floyd Mayweather, Roy Jones Jnr and Mike Tyson. I have learnt a lot from them,” he said. Neluonde opened his own boxing camp, Mutavhatsindi Boxing Academy, but his plans were marred by the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. “We had to close the gym until further notice,” he said. “Boxing is not easy without sponsorship. I thank Muma Investments and Bonglez Accountants and Tax Consultants for being there for my team and keeping us punching, not forgetting the MEC Nkakareng Rakgoale. She was always there for our boxers, using her own money,” he said.

Ronewa Mudzanani (24), who joined the South African wheelchair-tennis team at the 2021 BNP Paribas World Team Cup in Alghero, Sardinia, Italy on 27 September, returned with a broad smile and a bronze medal to go with it. Mudzanani, a resident at Vhurivhuri, was born with a disability that deprived him of the use of his legs. This, however, does not stop him from setting goals for himself. He is a workaholic and an indispensable stalwart on the sporting field. Mudzanani is living proof that people with disabilities are also capable of setting dreams and realising them, just like any other person. He started playing wheelchair-tennis in Thohoyandou Technical High School. When the school was introduced to wheelchair-tennis in 2014 (when he was in Grade 10), his teacher encouraged him to

The sponsor, Kaizer Marindi (sixth from the right) is surrounded by members of the participating teams. Photo: Kaizer Nengovhela.

Eight teams in Marindi tournament

to involve themselves in wrongdoings such as bribery and assault on referees, saying that Eight teams playing under the auspices of would not only bring the tournament into the Makhado Local Football Association will disrepute, but it would also dent the image of participate in the Marindi Soccer Challenge. the sponsor. The tournament was launched at Ravele The winners of the competition will receive on Saturday. The participating teams are R4 000, while the runners-up will receive take part in it. The SA coach live with disabilities to particiMubva All Stars, Ravele Black Dragons, Ravele R2 500.The teams that end in the third and for wheelchair-tennis was very pate in different sports. Highlanders, Sinthumule Dangerous Stars, fourth position will get R1 000 respectively. impressed with his progress in “As people with disabilities, Mabaleng Hollywood, Tshiozwi Dynamos, The four teams knocked out in the first matchthe sport. we are restricted a lot and Tshiozwi Mates and Gogobole Bucs. es will get R500 each. Mudzanani is hardworking undermined in many sporting The tournament by nature and strives to be the codes, which gives us more will be played at best in everything he does in reason to prove people wrong. the Tshiozwi and life, always willing to learn new I will continue to work hard, Ravele Grounds. things as well as achieve greater raise awareness for people The sponsor of the heights. He even holds an N3 in living with disabilities and tournament is Mr mechanical engineering from be a constant reminder to all Kaizer Marindi of and Munaca FC. The winner of this the Tshwane South College. of them that it is possible,” Marindi Funerals. By Frank Mavhungu match will have only two hours to He encourages people who Mudzanani said. He said that Teams affiliated to the Limporest before they meet the winner of identifying future po Stream of the ABC Motsepe the first match at 15:00. stars’ talent at League will be engaged in their Teams included in the third grass-roots level Nedbank Cup group-stage match- group will play their matches at the was important. es this weekend. The teams have Seshego Stadium. Magezi FC will “Players should been divided into four groups. entertain Mighty FC in the opening take this tournaAll matches will be played on match, which is scheduled to kick ment very seriously, Saturday. off at 09:00, followed by the match because we have The first group of teams will play between Phinnet City FC and The invited professional their matches at the Jane Furse Dolphins FC. The Dolphins FC soccer teams to Stadium in Sekhukhune District. were the provincial champions in come and scout for South African Musina United and Denilton Callies the same competition last year. players during the wheelchair-tennis will open the day’s programme at The last group of teams will games,” he said. player Ronewa 09:00. Musina secured a place meet at the University of LimpoThe organiser, Mudzanani in in the group stages after beating po Stadium. Fast XI Tigers will Mr Dovhani NenTubatse FC 1-0 at the Seshego Starub shoulders with Blackpool FC. action. Photo govhela, appealed dium last Saturday. Ditlou FC and Blackpool FC bought their ABC supplied. to the club officials Ngoabe City Motors will follow suit Motsepe League franchise from and players not at 11:00. The winners of the first Venda Football Academy (VFA) two matches will meet later in the about three months ago. Emmanuel afternoon. FC will take on Giyani Happy Boys The second group of teams will towards midday. Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Louis Trichardt 0920 do battle at the Rabali Stadium. Emmanuel’s way to the group Mikhado FC and Ablex United will stage went via Vondwe XI Bullets, Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers test each other’s strength at 09:00. whom they beat 2-0 in their prelimThis will be followed by the match inary-round match at the Seshego between Mpheni Home Defenders Stadium last Saturday.

SA Wheelchair tennis player returns home with a bronze medal By Kaizer Nengovhela

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Home Defenders and Munaca in Nedbank Cup

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Kindly note that the Department of Budget and Treasury Internship which was advertised on Limpopo Mirror dated 08 October 2021 and the closing Date stated 22 October 2022 has now been changed to 27 October 2022. Makhado Municipality apologies for inconvenience caused by this. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street, LOUIS TRICHARDT Notice No: 152 of 2021 File No.: 5/3/4/3/99

Mutavhatsindi Immanuel Neluonde, photographed with one of his champions, Bukiwe Nonina.

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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 HUMBULANI MERCY NETSHIOMBO ID NO: 621112 0322 083 of stand no 155 Kremetart Street, Sibasa Town, Thulamela Local Municipality, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Estate NO: 1617/2021 shall lie for inspection at the offices of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, for a period of twenty one (21) days as from the date of publication hereof. Should no objection be lodged with the Master’s office within the specified period the Executrix shall proceed with the distribution of the estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on this 09 June 2021. Advocate RJ Makhera Chambers, Office No 8, 2010 Center Thohoyandou, Opposite Phalaphala FM. REF RJ/NHM/37/2021.

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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 RASIMPHI MPHALALENI SAMUEL ID NO: 630510 5279 084 of house no 1252 Shayandima Town, Thulamela Local Municipality, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Estate no: 901/2021 shall lie for inspection at the offices of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, for a period of twenty one (21) days as from the date of publication hereof. Should no objection be lodged with the Master’s office within the specified period the Executor shall proceed with the distribution of the estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on this 11th October 2021. Advocate RJ Makhera Chambers, Office No 8, 2010 Center Thohoyandou, Opposite Phalaphala FM. REF RJ/EST/MSR/23/2021.

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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 MUOFHE NNDWAMBI RODNEY ID NO: 660102 6681 089 of stand no 1887 Dzanani Town, Makhado Local Municipality, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Estate no: 1640/2021 shall lie for inspection at the offices of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, for a period of twenty one (21) days as from the date of publication hereof. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office within the specified period the Executrix shall proceed with the distribution of the estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on this 7th October 2021. ADVOCATE RJ MAKHERA CHAMBERS, Office No 8, 2010 Center Thohoyandou, Opposite Phalaphala FM. REF RJ/EST/MNR/51/2021.

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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 NEDUVHULEDZA NKHELEBENI PHILEMON ID NO: 580421 5234 089 of stand no 107 Duvhuledza Village, Thulamela Local Municipality, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Estate NO: 1609/2021 shall lie for inspection at the offices of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, for a period of twenty one (21) days as from the date of publication hereof. Should no objection be lodged with the Master’s office within the specified period the Executrix shall proceed with the distribution of the estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on this 11 October 2021. Advocate RJ Makhera Chambers, Office No 8, 2010 Center Thohoyandou, Opposite Phalaphala FM. REF RJ/NKP/39/2021.

ADV R J MAKHERA CHAMBERS 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 MALIAVUSA RATSHIVHANDA WILSON ID NO: 390223 5288 085 of stand no A05 MapilaTshituni Village, Makhado Local Municipality, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Estate no: 1333/2020 shall lie for inspection at the offices of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, for a period of twenty one (21) days as from the date of publication hereof. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office within the specified period the Executor shall proceed with the distribution of the estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on this 10 October 2021. ADVOCATE RJ MAKHERA CHAMBERS, Office No 8, 2010 Center Thohoyandou, Opposite Phalaphala FM. REF RJ/EST/MRW/24/2021.

LEGAL NOTICE In terms of Regulation 56 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as Amended, you are hereby kindly requested to publish the following details in your publication: The Department of Social Development in Vhembe District, Musina sub-district (Masisi Magistrate office), is requesting anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of biological father of: Mthimkhulu Teboho Kally, born on 2004.04.24, The child is of the late Mthimkhulu Mpokiseni Sarah who was residing at House No.3583 Matswale Phase 08, Musina to contact social worker: Ndlovu G.M. at Musina DSD Nancefield Clinic on Tel: 015 533 1553 / 079 577 5492 during office hours (07H30 -16H30) and or fax: 015 534 3292.

LEGAL NOTICE In terms of Regulation 56 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as Amended, you are hereby kindly requested to publish the following details in your publication: The Department of Social development, in Vhembe District, Musina sub-district is requesting anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of biological mother of Diratsagae Ndivhuwo Diallo born on 2003.10.30 currently residing at Tshikhudini, Musina to contact Social Worker Masakona Tovhowani on 015 534 3291 during office hours (07h30 – 16h30) or fax 015 534 3292. To our knowledge the reported family of the child is the late Ndou Nnditsheni Libon of Tshikhudini village, Musina.

EMMANUEL MAPHAHA NOTICE OF THE APPLICATION FOR CONSENT USE IN TERMS OF SECTION 75 OF THE MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW 2016 ON STAND NUMBER 006, MIDORONI VILLAGE. I Phathutshedzo Emmanuel Maphaha, being the owner of stand number 006, hereby give notice in terms of section (93) of the Makhado Local Municipality Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management By-Law 2016, that I have applied for Liquor Store and Eating House on stand number 006, Midoroni village in terms of Section (75) Makhado Municipality Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land

Use Management By-Law 2016 read together with the provision of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Act, 2013 (Act 16 of 2013) Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Director Development and Planning: Makhado Local Municipality at number 83 Krogh street, Louis Trichardt, 0920 or Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 for the period of 28 days from 15 October 2021 and any objections to or interest in respect of this application must be lodged with or made in writing to the to the office of the Municipal Manager at the above said address between 7:00 to 16:00 Address: 439, Maebani, Kutama, 0940 Cell No: 072 896 2188 Email: maphaha.pe@gmail. com

EMMANUEL MAPHAHA NDIVHADZO YA KHUMELO YO ITWAHO UYA NGA KHETHEKANYO (75) YA MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW 2016 ZWI TSHI KWAMA KHUMBELO YO ITWAHO KHA TSHITENTSI TSHI DIVHEYAHO SA 006, MIDORONI VILLAGE. Nne Phathutshedzo Emmanuel Maphaha, ndi khou nekedza ndivhadzo uya nga khethekanyo (93) ya Makhado Local Municipality Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management By-Law 2016 ya uri huna khumbelo yo itwaho kha masipala wa Makhado ya Liquor Store and Eating House kha tshitentsi no 006, Midoroni village fhasi ha khethekanyo (75) ya Makhado Local Municipality Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management By-Law 2016 i tshi vhaliwa na Spatial Planning and Land Use Act, 2013 (Act 16 of 2013). Zwidodombedza zwa khumbelo iyi zwi do wanala kha ofisi ya mulanguli (Director Development and Planning: Makhado Local Municipality at number 83 Krogh street, Louis Trichardt, 0920 or Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920) lwa maduvha a 28 ubva nga 15 October 2021 Zwothe zwi kwamaho khumbelo iyi vhanga zwilivhisa kana u nwala vha swikisa kha adiresi yo bulwaho ubva nga 7:00 u swika 16:00 Diresi: 439, Maebani, Kutama, 0940 Cell No: 072 896 2188 Email: maphaha.pe@gmail. com

FHATUWANI RAMASWIELA MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY NOTICE Amendment Scheme: 376 I, Fhatuwani Ramaswiela, being the owner of the below mentioned property hereby give notice in terms of the Provisions of Section 93 of the Makhado Municipality Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management By-Law, 2016 and in terms of Clause 22.3 of Makhado Land Use Scheme, 2009 that we have lodge

the application for rezoning and density increase in terms of section 63 and 85 of the Makhado Municipality Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management ByLaw, 2016 and in terms of Clause 22 of Makhado land Use Scheme, 2009 in the following manner: • Rezoning of Portion 1 erf 665 Louis Trichardt Township from “Residential 1” to “Residential 2” for erecting dwelling units with the a simultaneous application to increase the permitted density to 45 dwelling units/ha Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Municipal Manager, Civic Centre Krogh Street for a period of 28 days from the 14th of October 2021. Any objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodges with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager at the above address or at Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 within a period of 28 days from the 14th of October 2021. Address: Ramaswiela F P O Box 403, Sibasa, 0970, South Africa cell: 082 562 1463

FHATUWANI RAMASWIELA NDIVHADZO YA MASIPALA WA MAKHADO Amendment Scheme: 376 Nne, Fhatuwani Ramaswiela, ane a vha mune wa tshitande tsho bulwaho afho fhasi ndi khou fha ndivhadzo uya nga tshipida tsha 93 tsha Makhado Local Municipality Spatial planning and Land use Management By-Law, 2016 na nga Clause 22.3 ya Makhado Land Use Scheme, 2009 uri ro ita khumbelo yau shandukisa mashumisele a mavu na u engedza density kha Masipala wa Makhado ri tshi tevhedza mulayo wa Spatial Planning and Land Use management Act, 2013 (Act No.16 of 2013) u tshi vhaliwa na zwipida zwa 63 na 85 zwa Makhado Municipality Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management ByLaw, 2016 na Clause 22 ya Makhado Land Use Scheme, 2009 zwauri ro ita khumbelo nga ndila i tevheleho: • U shandukisa mashumisele a tshipida tsha tshitande 665 Louis Trichartdt Township u bva kha kushumisela kwa “Residential 1” u ya kha “Residential 2” hu tshi itelwa u fhata dzi nndu dzau dzula na u engedza density uya kha 45 Zwidodombedzwa zwa khumbelo iyi zwinga tolwa nga tshifhinga tsha mushumo ofisini ya Minidzhere wa Masipala, Civic Centre Krogh Street lwa maduvha a fumbili malo (28) u bva nga la vhu fumi ina la Tshimedzi gidimbili fumbili nthihi. Muthu munwe na munwe kana muimeleli ane avha

na khanedzo anga ha khumbelo iyi anga tou nwalela Minidzhere wa Masipala kha adiresi yo bulwaho afho ntha kana kha Phuraivethe Bege X2596, Makhado, 0920 nga ngomu ha maduvha a fumbili malo ubva nga duvha la la vhu fumi ina la Tshimedzi gidimbili fumbili nthihi. Diresi: Ramaswiela F P O Box 403, Sibasa, 0970, Nomboro ya Lutingo Thendeleki: 078 252 7680

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NOTICE: MAKHADO AMENDMENT SCHEME NUMBER 431 I, Jackson Sebola of GoldenGrey Consortium (Pty)Ltd being the authorized agent of the owner of the property mentioned below, hereby give notice in terms of: Section 66 and Section 63 (accordingly) of the Makhado Municipality Spatial Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management By-Law, 2016 that I have applied to the Makhado Municipality for the amendment of the Makhado Land Use Scheme, 2009 by simultaneously subdividing and rezoning Stand No SF010 situated Muraleni-Village from “Agricultural” to “Special” for the purpose of a Sports Arena and related uses. Particulars of the application will lay for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Director Development Planning, Civic Centre (New Building), 83 Krough Street, Makhado, for a period of 28 days from the 8th of October 2021. Objections to the application can be lodged in writing to the Municipal Manager, Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 within a period of 28 days from the 8th of October 2021. Address of the Agent: 97 Anderson Street, Louis Trichardt, 0920; Email: goldengreycon@ gmail.com.

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KENNISGEWING: MAKHADO WYSIGINGSKEMA NOMMER 431 Ek, Jackson Sebola van GoldenGrey Consortium (Pty)Ltd, wat die gemagtigde agent is van die eienaar van die onderstaande eiendom, gee hiermee kennis van: Artikel 66 en Artikel 63 (dienooreenkomstig) van die Makhado Munisipaliteit Ruimtelike Beplanning, Grondontwikkeling en Grond Verordening op gebruiksbestuur, 2016, wat ek by die Makhadomunisipaliteit ingedien het vir die wysiging van die Makhado Grondgebruikskema, 2009 deur tegelykertyd onderverdeling en hersonering van Stand No SF010 geleë “MuraleniVillage” van “Landbou” na “Spesiaal” ten einde ‘n

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sportarena en verwante gebruike. Besonderhede van die aansoek lê ter insae gedurende gewone kantoorure by die kantoor van die Direkteur Ontwikkelingsbeplanning, Burgersentrum (Nuwe Gebou), Kroughstraat 83, Makhado, vir ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 8 Oktober 2021. Besware teen die aansoek kan binne ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 8 Oktober 2021 skriftelik by die Munisipale Bestuurder, Privaatsak X2596, Makhado, 0920 ingedien word. Adres van die Agent: Andersonstraat 97, Louis Trichardt, 0920; E -pos: goldengreycon@ gmail.com.

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NOTICE TO INTERESTED AND AFFECTED PARTIES (I&AP) ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION GRANTED FOR THE PROPOSED development of filling station at Xifaxani Xikundu village situated on the farm Beknept 292 MT within Collins Chabane local municipality of Vhembe district Notice is hereby given in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA), 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) as amended, and the Environmental Authorization (EA) received on the/first issued on 07 September 2021 for the proposed activities described below. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Mr Mahlaule Wilson Magezi proposes to establish a filling station at Xifaxane Xikundu village located at 30° 50’ 08.00” E; 20°50’ 45.00” S. The filling station will comprise of the following: • Convenient shop with parking; • 2 X 30 000 litres of underground storage tanks for 93 unleaded petrol; • 2 X 30 000 litres of underground storage tanks for 95 unleaded petrol; and • 2 X 30 000 litres of underground storage tanks for diesel (1x50ppm Diesel and 1x500ppm Diesel) The development footprint is 2 hectares of land and the total capacity of underground tanks to be installed is 180 000 litres. The development triggers activity 14 in GNR 983 of EIA regulation of 2014. As per EIA Regulations, 2014, 4(2): The applicant must, in writing, within [fourteen] 14 days of the date of the decision on the application ensure that – (a)All registered interested and affected parties are provided with access to the decision and the reasons for such decision; and (b)the attention of all registered interested and affected parties is

drawn to the fact that an appeal may be lodged against the decision in terms of the National Appeal Regulations, if such appeal is available in the circumstances of the decision. The Appeal procedure in terms of the National Appeals Regulations, 2014, 4(1) –An appellant must submit the appeal to the appeal administrator, and a copy of the appeal to the applicant, any registered interested and affected party and any organ of state with interest in the matter within 20 days from: (a)The date that the notification of the decision for an application for an environmental authorisation was sent to the registered interested and affected parties by the applicant; or (b)the date that the notification of the decision was sent to the applicant by the competent authority, issuing authority or licensing authority, in the case of decisions other than those referred to in paragraph (a). In terms of the National Appeals Regulations, 2014, 4(2): An appeal submission must be(a)Submitted in writing in the form obtainable from the appeal administrator; and (b)accompanied by (I). A statement setting out the grounds of appeal; (II). Supporting documentation which is referred to in the appeal submission; and (III). A statement, including supporting documentation, by the appellant to confirm compliance with regulation 4(1) of these Regulations. A copy of the Environmental Authorisation will be furnished on request from the Environmental Assessment Practitioner. For further information with regards to the proposed project and the appeal process, kindly forward your name and contact information to: Luvhengo Charles- EIA Consultant: Luvhone Environmental Consultants P.O. Box 2134, Thohoyandou, 0950 Cell: 082 361 4905 Fax: 086 617 1045 E-mail: luvhone12@ gmail.com

MADZHIGA ATTORNEYS INC NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 Kindly be informed that the First Supplementary, Liquidation and Distribution Account in respect of the estate of the late MALULEKE KHAZI CHARLES, of Id no: 570819 5762 086 of Giyani, Limpopo Province Estate No. 2484 /2019, shall lie for inspection at the Master’s office: Limpopo High Court, (continues on p16)

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MADZHIGA ATTORNEYS INC NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 Kindly be informed that the First Supplementary, Liquidation and Distribution Account in respect of the estate of the late CHAUKE MAFEMANA WILLIAM, of Id no: 490303 5619 080 of Xikukwana village, Malamulele, Limpopo Province Estate No. 2752/2018, shall lie for inspection at the Master’s office: Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou, for a period of 21 (twenty-one) days calculated from the date of publication hereof. Dated at Thohoyandou on the 08th day of October 2021. Madzhiga Attorneys Inc. Executrix Attorneys, Office No. 02, 3rd Floor Thohoyandou Tell: 0159691314 Fax: 0865104064 Ref: MKE/42/2018

Mageal Compliance and Solutions ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) PROCESS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORIZATION EA Number:12/1/9/1-V358 Notice is given in terms of Regulation 41(2) of the Regulations published in Government Notice No 40772, No. 326 promulgated on 07 April 2017, read with Section 24(2) (a) of the National Environmental Management Act No. 107 of 1998 , that the Department of Environmental Affairs has granted Environmental authorization for the construction of Malamulele Smart learning center an sporting academy within the jurisdiction of Collins Chabane local municipality of Vhembe district within Limpopo Province in South Africa. The Environmental Authorization was signed on 10 October 2021. A copy of the Environmental Authorization and all submissions made to DEA will be made available to ou on your request. Any party/s wishing to appeal against the Department’s Decision is made aware of the appeal procedure provided for in Chapter 7 of the EIA Regulations (Government Notice No.R.326) of 07 April 2017; EIA Regulations were promulgated in terms of the National Environmental Management Act, as amended. All appeals must be lodged in writing by completing the Notice of intention to Appeal form and must be forwarded to: The Minister Limpopo Department of Economic development, environment and tourism Private Bag X9484, Polokwane, 0700 Tel:015 293 8300 PROPONENT Malamulele Smart

Learning Centre, P.O.Box 15, Malamulele 0982. Tel: 078 248 9883, Contact person: Kadowata Zivai. Email: admin@ malasmartlearning.org/ zivaikadoz@gmail.com ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTNATS Mageal Compliance and Solutions 35 Leopard Street, Newtown, Makhado. Cell: 062 132 7066 / 084 917 0174. Contact person: Obvious Shumba. Email: oshumba01@gmail.com All appeals must be lodged in writing by completing the Notice of intention to Appeal form within 20 days which start from 13 October to 12 November 2021. The Record of Decision is with MNK compliance and Solutions. All appeals must be lodged in writing by completing the Notice of intention to Appeal form obtained at MNK compliance and Solutions.

MALULEKE B ATTORNEYS. NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution in respect of the Estate of the late: MURULANE TSHISHONGA JERRY ID No: 450511 5126 082 who resided at House no 776 Block F Thohoyandou, Thulamela District, Limpopo Province who died on the 9th day of February 2021 Ref No: 814/2021, Master’s Office Thohoyandou, will be open for inspection for all persons interested therein for a period of twenty one (21) days from the date of publication hereto at the offices of the master. Should no objection thereto be lodged with master concerned the specified period, the executor/s will procced to make payment in accordance with the account. Dated at SIBASA on the 8th day of OCTOBER 2021. MALULEKE B ATTORNEYS, 7 Tambotie Street, Sibasa, White Area Next To Masala Stores, PO Box 2919, Sibasa, 0970 TEL: 0159631476 FAX: 0865564060 CELL: 0833610896 / 0792889392 Email: bmaluleke26@gmail.com Ref: Maluleke B/Estate 01/2020

M G MATHE ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution account in respect of the Estate Late Obed Vukeya of identity no: 720529 5445 082, Estate no:2016/2019:Last Address:Giyani Section A Erf no:1925 Limpopo Province, will be open for inspection for a period of twenty one (21) days at Magistrate Court,Giyani,Mopani District and at the office of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou from the date specified or date of publication hereof, whichever may be later. Should no objection be lodged with the Master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account THUS SIGNED AND DATED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 12 TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2021 MATHE M.G P.O.BOX 1984 Office no 01 LIMDEV

ELIM HOSPITAL NPDC) Block D, 2ND Floor 0960 Thohoyandou, 0950 TELL: 015 962 1152 FAX: 015 962 1152 Cell: 073 39 53547 Email: mikatekogift@gmail. com Ref:EST/VO/2021

MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The estate of the late RAMABULANA MBENGENI SIMON identity no: 481010 5529 083 who resided at HA-KHAKHU village, who died on the 21 JULY 2021. ESTATE NUMBER: 0001767/2021. the first and final liquidation and account in the above estate will lie for inspection at the office of the master of the high court of south africa (thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the magistrate for the district of thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publication hereof. MUDAU AND NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS INC, Office 04 Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, Post Office Street, P.O. Box 917 Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274 Ref: MN/Est.17/2021

MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The estate of the late MULAUDZI MUKOSI ARNOLD identity no:670101 8493 087 who resided at Stand No: 436 Thohoyandou Q, who died on the 14 JULYY 2021. ESTATE NUMBER: 0001781/2021. The First and Final Liquidation and Account in the above estate will lie for inspection at the office of the master of the high court of South Africa (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the magistrate for the district of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publication hereof. MUDAU AND NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS INC, Office 04 Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, Post Office Street, P.O. Box 917 Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274 Ref: MN/Est.16/2021

MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The estate of the late MULAUDZI NKHUMELENI SAMSON identity no: 350614 5306 083 who resided at Phindula, HaRatshikopa village, who died on the 12 JANUARY 2021. ESTATE NUMBER: 1220/2021. The First and Final Liquidation and Account in the above estate will lie for inspection at the office of the master of the high court of South Africa (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the magistrate for the district of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publication hereof.

MUDAU AND NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS INC, Office 04 Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, Post Office Street, P.O. Box 917 Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274 Ref: MN/Est.15/2021

MUKHELI ALUWANI 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 NDONYANE THIVHULAWI ELIAS, I.D NO: 630311 6075 080 of Thohoyandou Muledane, Limpopo Province who died on the 27/08/2021 and was married to NDONYANE THIVHAKONI EUNICE of I’D No: 660512 1098 081. ESTATE NUMBER 2000/2021, Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from date of publication at the Master’s office. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 05th day of October 2021. Mukheli Aluwani Attorneys, Matodzi Phungo House, Office No: 06, 01st Floor, Opposite Park Lane Butchery, Near Thulamela Taxi Rank, Thohoyandou, 0950, REF: MA/57/DE/02/ NDONYANE T.E.

MUKWEVHO PC ATTORNEYS

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account of the ESTATE LATE MUTHELO ZWIITWAHO WILSON IDENTITY NO: 400315 5319 080, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: HOUSE NO 2268 ZONE 7, SHAYANDIMA, LIMPOPO PROVINCE 0945. ESTATE NO: 1459/2021 will be open for inspection for a period of 21 (twenty one) days from the date of this publication at the office of the Master and Magistrate as stated below. Should no objection thereto be lodged with the Master concerned during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. MASTER’S OFFICE: THOHOYANDOU MAGISTRATE’S COURT: THOHOYANDOU MUKWEVHO PC ATTORNEYS ADVERTISERS ADDRESS: C/O: KR NTHULANA ATTORNEYS, E36 SABINA PLAZA THOHOYANDOU, 0950 Cell: 083 179 0628 Email: pfarelo@ vhakwevhoholdings.co.za

EIA (BA) Notice NOTICE TSHILINDZINI HOSPITAL REDEVELOPMENT BASIC ASSESSMNET PROCESS:PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FOR THE PROPOSED NOTICE IS GIVEN FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORIZATION APPLICATION TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE LIMPOPO DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENT & TOURISM IN TERMS OF THE EIA REGULATIONS PUBLISHED IN GOVERNMENT NOTICE NO. R982 OF 4 DECEMBER

2014, AS AMENDED, UNDER SECTION 24(5), AND 44 OF THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT (ACT NO. 107 OF 1998), AS AMENDED (GNR326, 2017), OF THE INTENT TO CARRY OUT THE EIA PROCESS FOR THE PROPOSED TSHILINDZINI HOSPITAL REDEVELOPMENT Project Description: The proposed redevelopment will fall within the current Hospital site boundary which is approximately 30ha in extent. The study area is disturbed and completely transformed from its natural state and as indicated has various buildings related to the current operation of the hospital. The proposed construction of the redevelopment of Tshilindzini Hospital will include various development of medical facilities, staff accommodation, solar park and decommissioning of the existing boiler. This whole component translates to 60 005m² of gross building area. Existing buildings that are to be repurposed and reused for Administration purposes. Application for Environmental Authorisation will include the following listed activities as per the National Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998) Regulations: GN. R 327, 7 April 2017 (GN No. 983) - Listing notice 1: Activity 27, GN. R324, 7 April 2017 (GN No. 985) - Listing Notice 2: Activity 12 National Water Act (Act 36 of 1998) – Section 21 , i and c. Project Location: The proposed redevelopment of the Tshilidzini Regional Hospital is located on the Farm Beuster 253 MT, Thulamela Local Municipality, which falls within the Vhembe District Municipality, Limpopo. The study area is located at the following coordinates 225̊9’30,55”S; 302̊4’52,44” Opportunity to Participate: The public is invited to partake in the public participation process by registering as an Interested and Affected Party (I&AP), reviewing the draft Basic Assessment Report and submitting concerns or comments to the Environmental Assessment Practitioner (EAP). The draft Basic Assessment Report will be available for review from 14 October 2021 for a period of 30 days. It is requested that all registrations and comments be submitted by the 14 November 2021. To obtain further information please or to register on the project database please send your contact details to the EAP as indicated below. Please feel free to send a WhatsApp or Please Call Me to the cell number below should you have no access to email. Environmental Assessment Practitioner : Newtown Landscape Architects Contact Persons: Erika van den Heever Tel: 011 462 6967 Cell: 084 064 1989 email: erika@newla.co.za Website: www.newla. co.za Please note that no employment opportunities are available during this Environmental Impact Assessment (Basic Assessment) Process.

RAMOVHA T R ATTORNEYS IN THE MAGISTRATE COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MAKHADO HELD AT WATERVAL

CASE NO: 07/2021 In the matter between: EMMANUEL KHAMELI. And EXECUTION CREDITOR RUDZANI MULIWA. EXECUTION DEBTOR NOTICE OF SALE INEXECUTION In pursuance to a default Judgement granted on the 28th of June 2021 , in the above honourable court and under writ of execution issued thereafter, the movable property listed hereunder will be sold in execution on the 3 rd of November 2021 at Sheriffs store, LIMDEV BUILDING, GIYANI, to the highest bidder without warranties or representations: Ix OPEL (REG. NR. CYX 311 L) IX KIA (REG. NR. DHN 317 L) DATED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE I STDAY OF SEPTEMBER 2021 Plaintiffs Attorneys OFFICE NO: 99, LIMDEV BUILDING THOHOYANDOU CELL: 071 145 8936 / 073 1819 418 trramovhaatorneys@ gmail.com

SMIT & FISHER PLANNING (PTY) LTD NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 92 OF THE THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW, 2016, READ WITH CHAPTER 5 CLAUSE 54(3) (d) AND PART G CLAUSE 74 OF THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY THE SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAWS 2016, IN ORDER TO OBTAIN PERMISSION FOR THE ERECTION OF A CELLULAR TELEPHONE MAST AND BASE STATION ON ERF 277, THOYANDOU E. I, Jannie Botha on behalf of Smit & Fisher Planning (Pty) Ltd, being the authorised agent of the owner of Erf 277, Thohoyandou-E Township hereby give notice in terms of clause 16(2) (b)(ii) of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act,16 of 2013, read with chapter 5 clause 54(3)(d) and part g Clause 74 of Thulamela Local Municipality the Spatial Planning and Land use Management by-laws 2016, in order to obtain permission for the erection of a cellular telephone mast and base station on Erf 277, Thohoyandou-E Township. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the Department of City Planning, Town Planning office, for a period of 30 days from 15 October 2021 until 17 November 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 Department of city Planning Thulamela Local Municipality, Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 within a period of 30 days from 15 October 2021 until 17 November 2021. Address of authorised agent: Jannie Botha on behalf of Smit & Fisher Planning (Pty) Ltd 371 Melk Street or P.O. Box 908, Nieuw Muckleneuk, Groenkloof 0181, 0027 Email: jannieb@sfplan. co.za

Tel. No: 012 346 2340 Dates of the notice: 15 October 2021 and 17 November 2021.

SMIT & FISHER PLANNING (PTY) LTD NḒIVHADZO U YA NGA MAGA A KHETHEKANYO YA 92 YA MULAYO WAPO WA 2016 WA MASIPALA WAPO WA THULAMELA WA VHUPULANI HA NDANGAFHETHU NA NDANGULO YA TSHUMISO YA MAVU, U VHALWAHO NA NDIMA YA 5 YA KUḼOSO 54(3) (d) NA TSHIPIḒA TSHA G TSHA KUḼOSO 74 YA MILAYO YAPO YA 2016 YA VHUPULANI HA NDANGAFHETHU NA NDANGULO YA TSHUMISO YA MAVU YA MASIPALA WAPO WA THULAMELA, MALUGANA NA U WANA THENDELO YA U DZHENISWA HA MAPALA A ṰHINGO NA TSHIṰITSHI TSHA NETHIWEKEKHA ERF 227, ṰHOHOYANḒOU E. Nṋe, Vho Jannie Botha nga fhasi ha Smit na Fisher Planning (Pty) Ltd, ndi dzhendedzi ḽo ṋewaho maanḓa a vhuṋe ha Erf 227, Ṱhohoyandou – E Township zwinoha ndi ṋea nḓivhadzo u ya nga maga a kuḽoso ya 16 (2)(b)(ii) ya Vhupulani ha Ndanga fhethu na Mulayo wa Ndangulo ya Tshumiso ya Mavu wa, 16 wa ṅwaha wa 2013, u vhalwaho na kuḽoso ya ndima ya 5 ya 54(3)(d) na tshipiḓa tsha Kuḽoso ya g ya 74 ya milayo yapo ya 2013 ya Vhupulani ha Ndanga fhethu na Ndangulo ya Tshumiso ya Mavu zwa Masipala Wapo wa Ṱhohoyanḓou, u itela u wana thendelo ya u dzheniswa ha mapala a ṱhingo na tshiṱitshi tsha nethiweke kha Erf 227, Ṱhohoyanḓou-E Township. Zwidodombedzwa zwa khumbelo zwi do bva kha tsedzuluso kati ha awara dzo ḓoweleaho dza u shuma kha Muhasho wa Vhupulani ha Ḓorobo Khulwane, ofisi ya Vhupulani ha Ḓorobo, lwa tshikhala tsha maḓuvha a 30 u bva nga dzi 15 Tshimedzi 2021 u swika dzi 17 Ḽara 2021. Khanedzano kana mikumedzo malugana na khumbelo zwi tea u itwa kana u tou ṅwalwa zwa ḓiswa kha ofisi dzo bulwaho afho nṱha kana zwa posiwa kha Muhasho wa Vhupulani ha Ḓorobo ha Masipala Wapo wa Thulamela, Private Bag X 5066, Ṱhohoyanḓou, 0950 hu sa athu u fhela tshikhala tsha maḓuvha a 30 u bva nga 15 Tshimedzi 2021 u swika dzi 17 Ḽara 2021. Ḓiresi ya Zhendedzi ḽo ṋewaho maanḓa: Vho Jannie Botha nga fhasi ha Smit na Fisher Planning (Pty) Ltd. 371 Melk Street kana P.o. Box 908 Nieuw Muckleneuk Groeenkloof 0181, 0027 Imeiḽi: jannieeb@sfplan. co.za Nomboro ya luṱingo: 012 346 2340 Datumu dza dza nḓivhadzo: 15 Tshimedzi 2021 na dzi 17 Ḽara 2021.

S O RAVELE ATTORNEYS

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 In the Estate of the Late ESTATE LATE: NGOBENI

MADIMENJA KLAAS Estate Number: 1214/2021 Identity Number: 810308 5467 086 All persons having claims against the above mentioned Estate are requested to lodge their claim with the undersigned within thirty (30) days after the date of application thereof:NAME & ADDRESS OF AGENT S.O RAVELE ATTORNEYS 15 DEVENISH STREET MAKHADO TEL: 015 516 2823 FAX: 015 516 2825 REF: S.O RAVELE/LR/PM/ EST0043

TSHITANGANO ATTORNEYS IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA LIMPOPO LOCAL DIVISION, THOHOYANDOU In the matter between: CASE NO: 585/2016 MALADZE TSHITEREKE ALEX (Applicant) and MUNYAI FULUFHELO (Respondent) NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION Pursuance to a judgment by the above Honourable Court granted on the 22nd day of August 2019 the under mentioned Properties will be sold at 11h00 on the 29th day of October 2021 by the Sheriff of this Court to the highest for cash, namely: 1. ERF 3416, Shayandima, Thulamela Local Municipality; and 2. Stand no 261, Thohoyandou – L, Thulamela Local Municipality. Dated at Thohoyandou on this 11th day of October 2021. TSHITANGANO ATTORNEYS, Respondent’s Attorneys, House No. 445 P. East Tel: (081) 286 0813 Fax: 086 723 3970 Email: Info@tshitangano attorneys.co.za REF: M006/2019 TO: THE REGISTRAR OF THE HIGH COURT THOHOYANDOU

VAN HEERDEN & RUDOLPH ATTORNEYS

NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the Magistrate’s Court for the District of LOUIS TRICHARDT held at MAKHADO In the matter between: ZOUTPANSBERG MEDICAL CENTRE Plaintiff and MUKONDELELI ESMERELDAH MUTHAMBI (ID: 850312 0451 088) Defendant IN PURSUANCE of a judgment in the Magistrate’s Court of Louis Trichardt and writ of execution dated 16/3/2021, the goods listed hereunder will be sold in execution to the highest bidder at THE SHERIFF’S WAREHOUSE SHAYANDIMA by MR MAROBELA on 29/10/2021 at 11h30 namely: 1 X 3PC LOUNGE SUIT 1 X 1 TV SET 1 X 1 COFFIE TABLE 1 X 1 FREE STAND FRIDGE Dated at Louis Trichardt on 6 OCTOBER 2021 Attorneys for Plaintiff VAN HEERDEN EN RUDOLPH 24 DEVENISH STREET LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 P O BOX / POSBUS 246 Tel:(015) 516 0164/5/6 Fax: (015) 516 1091 Ref: MRS HORN/ bh/31851/84141


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Tshikovha Arsenal too strong for Tshiulungoma Tshiulungoma, Shumani Nemalegeni, rough skills. Their right back, Masala palmed the ball back into play. Goma, was given his marching orders Tshikovha Arsenal proved their Lufuno Mudau of Tshiulungoma was for dangerous play. Their solitary goal critics wrong when they rose to the lucky to walk away with a mere caution came via Ompha Khakhu later in the occasion and crushed Tshiulungoafter handling the ball intentionally game. He blasted in a rocket, following ma FC 4-1 in their Mpho Mathoho four minutes into the last stanza. a scramble within the box. Electrical KO Competition game that Arsenal increased the was played at the Maniini Block K margin in the 60th minGrounds on Sunday. ute. They were awarded a Arsenal took only one minute to free kick in the 20-metre stamp their authority on the game. area. Thumo Murovhi Their sharpshooter, Zwanga Mubeat the keeper with a half vhango, headed home after a mix-up volley from the free kick. within the box. Tshiulungoma’s midAs if they were going to fight back fielders looked hopeless soon, shouts of “ladies first” could be after Arsenal’s third goal. heard from the supporters for TshiArsenal capitalised on ulungoma soon after Arsenal’s opening the setback and put the goal, but that was not to be. Arsenal matter beyond doubt in were the first side to effect a change to the 74th minute. Thumo their starting line-up. They replaced Murovhi completed his Rofhiwa Makato with Meshack Muhat trick with a ground ravha in the 14th minute. cutter after the keeper Arsenal were two goals up when mishandled the ball. the teams adjourned for the half-time Realising that they were break. Their second goal came in the fighting a losing battle, Thumo Murovhi of Arsenal kicks the ball, while 38th minute, when Thumo Murovhi, Tshiulungoma decided Ompha Khakhu of Tshiulungoma watches. Photo: who scored a hat trick in the game, to vent their frustrations Frank Mavhungu. hooked in the ball after the keeper of by demonstrating their By Frank Mavhungu

Maindis Ladies on the road again By Frank Mavhungu After playing against Bloemfontein Celtic at the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein last Sunday, Maindis Ladies will be on the road again this weekend. They will undertake a journey to Mahikeng in the North-West on Saturday to play against Golden Ladies. Both Maindis and Golden Ladies are in mourning, following their disappointing results last weekend. Maindis failed to respond when Bloemfontein Celtic scored two beautiful goals against them, while Golden Ladies suffered a 0-4 drubbing at the hands of Richmond United Ladies at the Galeshewe Stadium outside Kimberly on Saturday. Maindis must beat Golden Ladies at all costs to keep their hopes of finishing their league programme among the top eight teams alive. Their standing on the log was not affected by their 0-2 defeat to Bloemfontein Celtic. Maindis are still lying in the eighth spot on the log.

JVW FC will host Bloemfontein Celtic at the Tsakane Stadium in Johannesburg. First Touch FC will have a mountain to climb when they host Mamelodi Sundowns at the Seshego Stadium in Polokwane. Thunderbirds Ladies will travel to Emalahleni, where they will fight for league points against Coal City Wizards at the Puma Rugby Stadium. University of the Western Cape will entertain Tsunami Queens at the UWC Campus Stadium in Cape Town. The university students will go to war when the University of Johannesburg

FC take on Tshwane University of Technology FC. The only match that will be played on Sunday will be between Durban Ladies and Richmond United at the Chatsworth Stadium in Durban. Maindis’ playmaker, Tswarelo Digaota. Photo: Frank Mavhungu.

All Nations FC booted out of Mpho Mathoho Electrical KO Competition reprimanded him with a card Mukhumo for Khathutshelo and awarded a free kick to All Mashila and Kenny Ramabaga All Nations FC will not take Nations at the edge of the box. respectively. All Nations initipart in the next round of the Nyambeni Nembudani tried ated several promising moves prestigious Mpho Mathoho his luck from the free kick. He from the middle of the park in Electrical KO Competition. suffered the pain of watching their search for the equaliser, They were booted out of the the ball go astray. The scorebut Mphireleni managed to competition by Mphireleni board was still blank when keep their wall strong until the FC, who narrowly beat them the referee blew the half-time final whistle. 1-0 at the Maniini Block K whistle. Grounds on Sunday. The goal The game was characterised that secured by wasted clear scoring oppor- Mphireletunities. All Nations could have ni a place scored at least half a dozen in the next goals in the first half, but their round of the strikers kept on fumbling at the competition goal finish. Their centre forcame in the ward, Thinandavha Mabushe, 78th minute. was the first player to cause an Thivhahangwi upset. He received a beautiful Mudau beat pass from Austin Rathogwa the keeper inside the box and unleashed a with a longvolley. The ball went far wide, range ground much to the fans’ disappointcutter. ment. MphireleThe keeper of Mphireleni, ni solidified Ntuweleni Bommbi, was the their defence Ndivhuwo Tshiedzaedza of Mphireleni (left) first player go into the referee’s by introducand Unarine Matambela of All Nations book. He handled the ball ing Thendo wrestle to win the loose ball. Photo: Frank outside his penalty box in Mapasa and Mavhungu. the 16th minute. The referee Tshumisano By Frank Mavhungu

STATE AUCTION

NOTIFICATION OF GRANTED ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION: FOR THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF A FILLING STATION AT TSHIROLWE VILLAGE SITUATED ON THE FARM SEROLLE 204 MT WITHIN MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY OF VHEMBE DISTRICT. The Department of Economic Development, Environmental and Tourism has granted authorisation in terms of regulation 4(2) of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations of 2014. We further notify you of the relevant provisions regarding the lodgement of an appeal in terms of the National Appeal Regulations of 2014. ACTIVITIES AUTHORISED The proposed development requires Listed Activity 14 of Listing Notice 1 R. 983 of 2014. AUTHORISATION REFERENCE NUMBER: 12/1/9/1-V375 DATE FOR AUTHORISATION The EA was issued on the: 01/10/2021. HOLDER OF AUTHORISATION: Alsema Group (Pty) Ltd COPY OF AUTHORISATION AND REASONS FOR DECISIONS AVAILABLE AT: Offices of Muvhengo (Pty) Ltd, Office hours: 09h00- 16h00 APPEALS Should you wish to appeal any aspect of the decision, you must inter alia, submit an appeal to the MEC for Economic Development, Environment and Tourism, within 20 days from the date of this notification, by means of one of the following methods: By post: private bag X9484, Polokwane 0699 By hand: Evridiki Towers, 20 Hans Van Rensburg/19 Biccard Street Polokwane, 0699 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT: Muvhengo (Pty) Ltd, contact person: Thabelo Justin Munyai, Email: munyaimlilo@gmail.com Cell: 067 067 9525, Address: House No. 510, Vuwani Location, 0952

Luvhalani Pool Club became the new Joe Mosena Pool Tournament champions on Saturday when they beat Midway Pool Club. Four teams participated in the annual tournament played at Matidza. The champions went home with a floating trophy and R1 800. The runners-up received R1 200. The third prize of R600 went to Gadabi Pool Club and Netshiendeulu Pool Club, who ended in fourth position, received R300. The trophy for Player of the Tournament went to David Madzunya of Luvhalani Pool Club. According to Mr Richardt Mosena, sponsor of the event, they will possibly increase the sponsorship next year. He congratulated the organisers for developing young talent.

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Botlokwa Ladies fight back to shame Chippas United By Frank Mavhungu Botlokwa Ladies came back from a 0-1 half-time deficit to beat Chippa United Ladies 3-1 in their Sasol Women’s League match played at the Thohoyandou Block G Grounds on Saturday. The game was one of two halves. Chippas enjoyed more ball possession in the first 45 minutes, but the wheel of fortune turned against them when the teams came back from the half-time break. The captain of Botlokwa, Sibongile Sebetha, could not live up to the fans’ expectations as the team’s playmaker as she was tightly marked by Mphegela Molobela. Realizing that displaying her

dribbling skills was difficult for her under the circumstances, Sebetha decided to neutralize Molobela by kicking her on the knee. Instead of giving her a red card, the referee, Mr Rotondwa Nemakonde, did the unexpected by flashing a mere yellow card. Chippas took the lead in the 24th minute when their diminutive striker, Lethabo Sello, beat the keeper with a half-volley, following a neat pass from Mashudu Davhana. Chippas replaced their injured defender, Mphegela Molobela, with Pertunia Vukea towards the end of the first half. The visitors from Tshitungulwane village were more organized in the midfield when they came back from the half-time break. They strength-

ened their attack by introducing Maite Malahlela for Moleboheng Tsweleng in the 58th minute. Botlokwa found the equalizer two minutes afterwards. They were awarded a free kick in the 25-metre area. Pheeha Ramashapa beat the keeper with a half volley from the free kick. Mantotsi Mbulaheni of Chippas was booked for dangerous play. She tackled Sibongile Sebetha from behind. Botlokwa took the lead soon afterwards. Sebetha tried her luck with a long-range half volley. Nyiko Mafanele, the Chippas’ keeper, palmed the ball back into the net in an attempt to clear. Londani Negota scored Botlokwa’s third goal in the dying minutes of the game.

Nkhensani Koma of Botlokwa hooks the high ball, while Fhodzani Mudau of Chippas tries to defend. Photo: Frank Mavhungu.

New coach to help TTM Final hurdles for Sasol stop the Hungry Lions Women’s League teams aged to collect the maximum points in their last two matches. Uthongathi FC will take on Polokwane City at the Princess Magogo Stadium in Durban.

TTM’s new head coach, Mr Zeca Maques. Photo supplied.

TTM’s sharpshooter, Naeem Amoojee. Photo: Frank Mavhungu.

Sealene Ladies will play against Real Mighty Ladies at the Lulekani Stadium in Phalaborwa. Merwe United Ladies will host Lacoste Morning Stars at the Merwe Grounds outside Malamulele. Mandebele Happy Fighters will entertain University of Limpopo Ladies at the Groblersdal Stadium. The other fixtures are FC 50 Stars Ladies vs Skimzozo FC, Kanatla Ladies vs Seven Stars Ladies and Copper Belts FC vs Capricorn Sports Development.

By Frank Mavhungu

Teams affiliated to the Limpopo Stream of the Sasol Women’s League will play their last league matches for the current season on Saturday. Chippas United Ladies will wrap up their league programme with a home match. They will host Tshandama Young Stars at the Makhuvha Stadium, their second home match in a row. They lost 1-3 to Botlokwa Ladies FC at the Thohoyandou Block G Grounds last Saturday. Should they manage to collect the maximum points tomorrow, Chippas are likely to jump from the fourth to the second position on the log standings. On the other hand, Young Stars must win the match to enhance their chances of escaping the relegation axe. Young Stars are currently lying in the third position from the bottom of the log. Chippas will rely on Khodani Ratshalingwa, Lethabo Sello and Mashudu Davhana for goals, while Molobela Mphegela, Mantontsi Mbulaheni and Edzani Ramaano will be expected to keep their danger area clean throughout the game. Botlokwa Ladies will travel to Nwamitwa village outside Tzaneen. Their match against Sisters FC will be played at the Bolobedu Stadium. Sisters and Botlokwa are closely contesting for the second position on the log standings. Botlokwa are in the second spot, Chippas’ goal poacher, Khodani Ratshalingwhile Sisters are close in the third position. wa. Photo: Frank Mavhungu.

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their technical department by acquiring the services of the The fight for promotion and former Black Leopards and to escape relegation will Moroka Swallows head coach, continue among the teams Mr Zeca Maques. affiliated to the GladAfrica According to TTM’s marketChampionship League this ing and communication manweekend. Four matches ager, Mr Livhuwani Madzuhe, will be played on Saturday, the multiple-award-winning while the same number will mentor will be seated on the be seen on Sunday. Two of team’s technical bench on Sunthe three teams based in the day. A combination of Rhulani Vhembe District, Black Leop- Manzini and Naeem Amoojee ards and Tshakhuma Tsha as TTM’s striking force is caMadzivhandila (TTM), will pable enough to give the Lions’ play their matches at home. defence a run for their money Lidoda duvha decided to throughout the game. take their game to the Old Venda Football Academy will Peter Mokaba Stadium in pay a visit to TS Sporting at the Polokwane on Saturday. They Kabokweni Stadium outside will meet JDR Stars at 15:30. Nelspruit. Cape Town All Stars On Sunday, also at 15:30, will play host to Richards Bay TTM will come up against FC at the Cape Town Stadium. Hungry Lions at the ThohoyUniversity of Pretoria will be andou Stadium. Although they visitors to Free State Stars at will be playing on their home the Goble Park Stadium in turf, collecting the full points at Bethlehem. Jomo Cosmos will stake will not be easy for TTM. be away to play Platinum City Hungry Lions are currently Rovers at the Royal Bafokeng leading the pack with 13 points Stadium in Rustenburg. from seven outings. They are Pretoria Callies and Cape still to lose a league match. Town Spurs will test each After suffering a 0-4 drubother’s strength at the Soshanbing at the hands of Richards guve Giant Stadium outside Bay FC in their last match, Pretoria. Pretoria Callies are in TTM had decided to strengthen top form of late. They had manBy Frank Mavhungu


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