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Cyclone Dineo Vhembe on full alert - page 2

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Murderers on the prowl? By Elmon Tshikhudo

Photo above: The body of Mashige is being carried to a waiting mortuary van after being found in bushes in Sibasa.

With ritual murders being the talk of the town around the Vhembe district, most unexplained deaths are blamed on the body parts merchants in the area, who allegedly harvest the parts for financial gain. One of the hardest-hit areas is the Mbilwi area outside Sibasa where, so far, at least six residents who had gone missing were later found dead in the village. In almost all the cases, residents have blamed ritual murderers for all the disappearances and subsequent deaths. Angry and frustrated residents vented their anger on identified and suspected murderers whose properties were also burnt down. Another resident, Mr Takalani Reckson Mashige (58), went missing on 26 January after telling family he was going to the clinic at Makwarela. He was never seen again, and his body was found in the nearby bushes last Friday. His body was found by sand miners, who were loading river sand next to the bushes. Many at the scene believed that the man might have been killed somewhere else and then dumped there by the killers. The body had some visible bruises on the legs and indications were that it might have happened two or three days before. Plastic gloves suspected to have been used by those who had dumped the body were found not far from the body. The discovery of the latest body has angered the residents. The scene, next to a busy road, was soon swarming with onlookers who wanted to have a glimpse of the dead man. Mr Patson Mashige, the deceased’s elder brother, said his brother left home just after five in the morning for a local clinic.

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VDM on alert for cyclone By Elmon Tshikhudo The Vhembe District municipality, managing a district that is prone to natural disasters, is on high alert, following the South African Weather Services’ forecast that a tropical cyclone, Dineo, will soon hit parts of Mpumalanga and Limpopo. At the time of our going to press on Wednesday afternoon, the tropical storm was moving towards the coast of Mozambique and the northernmost parts of South Africa’s east coast. It was expected that the cyclone would make landfall in the vicinity of Inhambane in Mozambique

and then move across the Kruger National Park and into the northern parts of South Africa. The prediction is that the cyclone will reach these areas towards the end of the week and that the most likely areas to be affected include the Ehlanzeni district in Mpumalanga as well as Mopani and Vhembe in Limpopo. The heavy rains are also likely to spread to other districts in Limpopo. Reacting to the forecast, Vhembe District Municipality’s spokesperson, Mr Matodzi Ralushai,said they had sent alerts to all communities. He urged residents not to remain

in areas that are close to the banks of the rivers and not to drive during the heavy rains as some of the roads could be washed away. “We are appealing to our residents to avoid low-lying areas and to monitor water levels in their areas. Please always listen to the radio and TV, so that you are kept abreast of what is happening in your area. If you encounter any problem, your first point of departure should be your ward councillor,” Ralushai said. He added that they also had disaster teams at all the local municipalities who would be on standby for any eventuality.

Mysterious fire causes huge loss By Elmon Tshikhudo The Ratshihule family of Maniini Ha-Tshikovha outside Thohoyandou watched in agony as their one-room shack went up in smoke as a mysterious fire burnt it to the ground last Thursday evening. All the contents, including the fridge, room dividers, beds and other valuables, estimated at R40 000, were destroyed by the fire. Firefighters had to stand helplessly as the fire consumed the shack, as their engines could not reach the place because the recent rains had made the area inaccessible. Neighbours who came to help the family tried to extinguish the fire using buckets, but all their efforts were in vain as everything was destroyed.

Mr Ndifelani Ratshihule (44), owner of the shack, said that he was not at home when the fire started, but managed to rush home in minutes. “On arrival I found that the shack was already engulfed in flames. We tried to extinguish the fire using buckets of water, but all was in vain and everything was burnt in the fire,” he said. Ratshihule further said the cause of the fire was not known, but that they suspected an electrical fault. “It is very sad that we had to lose all we have worked for overin many years. We rely on piece jobs and we do not know how we are going to replace all the valuables.” He said that the books of the children were, however, saved from the flames. During this paper’s visit, a well-known taxi operator in the village, Ms Sarah Masidwali,

arrived in the company of Ms Caroline Mavhunga of the Ha-Tshikovha royal council. She gave the family R500. “We are here as concerned residents. When we heard of this tragedy we were very touched, and we felt we could not just fold our arms and pretend that everything was right. We have to assist each other, especially in times of need.” She appealed to the members of the community to assist the family. Ratshihule thanked the two women and also the municipality, who brought them food parcels. He said that he was very thankful for the support they received from the community. Mavhunga said they would approach the municipality and find out what had happened to the family’s RDP-house application.

Tshifhiwa is Miss Beauty and Culture By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

prise to her as she wasn’t expecting it. “I believe that I was equipped well enough and ready to be the title holder, because I am a hard worker,” she said.

The crowning ceremony of the first ever Miss Venda Beauty and Culture Pageant took place a fortnight ago. It was a glittering ceremony held at the Masana Resort. People from the surrounding communities flocked to the Masana Resort to witness the crowing of the beauty queens. Miss Venda Beauty and Culture is a beauty pageant that aims to empower young girls around Nzhelele and offers them an opportunity to showcase their beauty and talents. The pageant also endeavours to teach them about the importance of culture and its preservation. According to the founder and organiser of the event, Mr Mpho Nelwalani, they would like to see more sponsors supporting the pageant and helping to groom young girls who have a passion for modelling. “We want the pageant to be well known. It must continue to represent the Venda culture,” he said. He applauded the people who came in numbers to support the event. “The dedication that the contestants had shown was marvellous,” he added. Tshifhiwa Ramutumbu was crowned the queen, while Fhatuwani Dzivhani was named first princess. Pfariso Tshivhenga was named second princess and Onndwela Makhale was named the public choice princess. Tshifhiwa Ramutumbu was crowned the Tshifhiwa Ramutumbu said that becoming queen of the Miss Venda Beauty and Culture Miss Venda Beauty and Culture came as a surPageant 2017.

Suspect killed and set alight By Kaizer Nengovhela The residents of Mpheni took the law into their own hands on Saturday in yet another case of mob justice. They allegedly set alight a Zimbabwean suspected of rape and participating in crime in the area. Last November, members of the same community were accused of the beating and setting alight a suspect who had allegedly rob an Indian business. According to reports, the residents saw the suspect last Friday night and chased after him and eventually apprehended him. The man was allegedly beaten to death with sticks and stones before he was set alight. It was also reported that the residents have blamed the police “for being lenient on

criminals by arresting and then releasing them within a short time”. One community member, who preferred to remain anonymous, said to Limpopo Mirror that the community was tired of crime that happened on a daily basis in the area. “We are hard hit in this area with many break-ins and robberies taking place. Enough is enough,” he said. A community member added that crime was at an all-time high. “We are very concerned, and we are giving a warning to would-be criminals not to dare venture into our village as their safety will not be guaranteed.” He said many families had been attacked and robbed at their homes on many occasions. “We just hope that what had happened today will send a strong message to those who

might be tempted to commit crimes not to set foot in our area,” he said. Cllr David Ndou condemned the brutal killing of the man. He urged all to be united in the fight against crime. “All we want is a crime-free village where one can sleep outside with open gates, without fear of being attacked by thugs. We are now urging all residents to notify their neighbours if they are away from home.” Brig Motlafela Mojapelo of the Limpopo police said they had opened a murder docket and were requesting community members to supply them with information “so that we can investigate the case properly.” Mojapelo warned that the police will work hard to track down the culprits, so that they are brought to book.

Missing Mbilwi resident found dead (Contd. from page 1)

Picking up the pieces - Mr Ndifelani Ratshihule is being assisted in clearing the debris from his shack by Ms Sarah Masidwali and royal council member Ms Caroline Mavhunga (left).

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family by going to different villages after receiving tip-offs, but we found nothing. We are just happy that he has since been found, and on Monday we accompanied the family to the hospital for the post mortem,” he said. He further indicated that the post mortem was conducted in their presence and no part was found to be missing. “We were shown the whole body and there were no visible physical injuries but only

lacerations, and the family waited until they were satisfied that even the inner parts were intact,” he said. During a community mass meeting held at the local sports ground, residents were briefed by the civic leadership and the family and dispersed peacefully without incident. Thohoyandou police spokesperson Captain Takalani Malogwe said they had opened an inquest docket.

“He reached the clinic, as the records show, but he never came back. We have searched everywhere, but that did not yield any positive results,” he said. He further said that it has been a very painful and traumatic experience for the family who were kept in suspense, not knowing where their loved one was or what had happened to him. “We are left with many questions and hope that all will unfold as the police conduct their investigations,” he said. Mbilwi Civic leader Alson Ndanganeni said that the disappearance and killing of people in their area had become a source of great concern in the village. “So many people have disappeared and were later found dead here, and this is disturbing the peace in our area. When we received the latest missing-person A meeting was held at Mbilwi to give residents feedback about the report, we helped the post mortem.


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Determined resident quenches community’s thirst By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho While most areas in the Vhembe district continue to suffer from a lack of running water, one man decided to provide a solution to his small community in the Nzhelele area. A 57-year-old resident of Mammburu village at Tshituni, Mr Phineas Madaela, sat down for days while searching his mind for the solution to the problem of the lack of water. After at least eight months of pondering, he decided to dig a well in his yard, using a pick and shovel. “I wanted to solve the problem of water,” he said. “So I started to dig a hole, but the surface was hard and rocky. The deeper I dug, the harder the surface became.” Madaela had no helper in his project and he continued to work on it for at least 13 days. When he reached solid rock, he had to use a big hammer and chisel. On the 15th day, he reached the water. “I was both shocked and happy, because in my entire life I had never dug such a deep hole in

pursuit of water,” he said. “I stared at the water before my eyes, sweating from the hard work. Then I put my tools aside, cupped the water with both hands and took the first sip. The water tasted like the water that people buy from the shops.” Madaela made a public call for his community to come and draw water from his yard. They used a bucket and rope system to draw water from the nine-metre hole. However, after some time, Madaela made a makeshift hand-lever system to pump the water. “I found water, but the pump system is manually operated and it gives us problems at times,” he said. “As a community, we are requesting any businesspeople who may find it in their hearts to donate an electrically operated water pump and perhaps a tank. We need a tank to avoid a situation where we might need to pump water each time a person arrives with one or two buckets to fetch water.” One resident who benefited from the free water, Ms Elisa Muthudzha (36), said that she did

not have enough words to thank Mr Madaela. She said that women used to draw water from the only tank point connected to a natural spring in the mountain. “It took hours and hours to fill just one bucket with the spring water, because it came from a

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Gogo Manganyi buried By Kaizer Nengovhela Hundreds of people gathered at the Waterval hall on Saturday to pay their last respects to Gogo Mujaji Manganyi (83), who was buried at the Waterval graveyard. She died a horrific death in the Elim Hospital, when she obtained third-degree burn wounds and passed away after falling in a bath of boiling water. The incident took place on 2 February and after the incident it was reported that a unit manager and a junior nurse at the hospital had been

suspended. During the ceremony, Gogo Manganyi was described as a pioneer, a born leader and a woman of vision. She helped everyone, despite her circumstances. "We are saddened by her death, but we will have to accept it as part of God’s plan. For many years, she served selflessly and faithfully in parishes throughout the country, and in those dark days she made herself available day and night to all who needed her,” several of the speakers emphasised. Family representative Jabu Manganyi thanked friends,

family members and the community for supporting them in the difficult time after losing their loved one. “We accept humbly that Mujaji is gone, but we are comforted by your presence here today. We might not understand why she died in such a brutal way, but God has all the answers. We love her so dearly and it is comforting to know that she will always be with us in our hearts.” Mourners wailed uncontrollably as Pastor Willington Hlungwani read verses from the Bible as the gogo’s coffin was lowered into the earth.

Awards for best of Mmilige school went from a 65,75% matric pass rate to an impressive 95,45%. The school’s matrics performed the best out of the eight schools in the Kutama area. The acting headmaster of the school, Mukondeleli Tshigomana, said that in 2017 they were aiming for a 100% pass rate. “We could not have achieved all of these without the team work and

unity of staff members, the school-governing body and Mmilige Secondary School the parents,” said Mrs Tshigoheld its annual excellence mana. awards ceremony last Friday In order for the school to to honour those who had move from one level to the performed well in the previnext, the teachers had to ous year. The ceremony was initiate a study session from held at the True Worship 6:30 to 07:30 in the morning Christian Centre. and from 14:10 to 15:30 in The school not only celethe afternoon and the matric brated its top achievers, but students were welcome to stay also the fact that this school longer, explained Mrs Tshigomana. “This level of improvement was not an easy one, considering the fact that this is a remote rural area and most of these students are limited in terms of resources.” Tshinetise Siebane, one of the donors who present scholars every year with gifts such as stationery, school bags and trophies, was also present at the ceremony. “Seeing people succeed, inspires me to keep From left to right are top achievers Dakalo Masingo (Grade 8), Adivhaho Manenzhe (Grade 9), Rotondwa Tshitaudzi (Grade 10) and giving,” said Mr Siebane. Ndivhuwo Tshivhula (Grade 11). Prudence Bopape

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Court rejects Doris’ plea to be freed while appealing By Isabel Venter

istrate Mudau said he could not overrule a higher court’s decision and that Mthembi should continue her sentence. The time Mthembi spend in jail while trying to secure a bail application will not be deducted

from her sentence. In the meantime, Mthembi is set to make several court appearances over the next few months as there are still several cases of theft pending against her.

Doris Mthembi, famous for the number of times she had to appear in court, was ordered back to jail again. The 44-year-old Mthembi appeared in the Waterval Magistrate’s Court last Friday where magistrate PW Mudau reinstated a High Court order that ordered Mthembi to go back to jail. Mthembi has been behind bars since 3 December. She was ordered to go back to jail on 11 November, after her appeal to the High Court failed. She was handed down a six-year direct imprisonment sentence (for a term of 10 years, of which four were Doris Mthembi. suspended) during 2013, when she was found guilty of perjury. She had lied about being kidnapped and “Louis Trichardt customer service Notice raped at gunpoint by representatives will be on hand to her former husband, Eskom’s Makhado Customer Hub assist you with any queries, issues businessman Goddard is informing its customers that and service you may require,” he Mugwena. it will be closed until the end of added. Mthembi’s team of April for renovations. He apologised for any and all lawyers have made “During this time, all the services inconvenience that the renovation every effort to get her will be conducted at our alternative may cause. For further information bail, pending an appeal site at Hlanganani CNC, which is or clarity, please do not hesitate against the High found at 86 Munnik Street, Louis to call the Makhado Hub Officer Court’s decision. Their Trichardt,” said a spokesperson, Mr on 015 519 2164 or Mr Shadrack efforts failed, and Mag- Shadrack Munyangane. Munyangane on 082 460 8788.

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MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Louis Trichardt 0920 Civic Center, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. Notice number: 26 of 2017. File No : 12/3/2. Date of publication: 17 February 2017. MR. M J KANWENDO, ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER


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R10.5 Million to assist Vhembe youth Univen news

Life recently changed for the better young Basani Mahlaule (7) of Gumbani village outside Malamulele. The young disabled girl was forced to crawl after she was born crippled. She also can’t see and speak well. Her parents said they knocked on various doors of hospitals to get a wheelchair, without any positive response, until MEC Phophi Ramathuba came to their rescue. According to Ramathuba, they decided to donate a wheelchair to the girl as part of restoring her dignity. For the first time in her life, she will be able travel to the toilet using her wheelchair. Ramathuba advised Basani’s parents that to give birth to a disabled person doesn’t mean it is the end of the world and help is always available. In our photo, Dr Ramathuba (left) and Vhembe health department’s senior manager, Mr Robert Sirwali, hand over blankets and food parcels to Basani, while her parents and some councillors look on.

Scores of unemployed youths in Vhembe, who have been struggling, could see their fortunes change for the better. This follows a meeting between the University of Venda (Univen) and the Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA), where the latter committed an amount of R10,5 million that will assist 365 Univen students and youths from around Vhembe in a number of programmes. The programmes include bursaries, candidacy, learnerships, internships, apprenticeships and short skills programmes. The meeting was recently held in Polokwane. In handing over the award, CETA board chairperson Mr Raymond Cele emphasized that his board was committed to supporting learn-

ers and students, especially those who were academically deserving and from previously disadvantaged backgrounds. “The CETA-Univen collaboration is an outstanding project that can be replicated anywhere in this country,” he added. Speaking at the event, the chief executive officer of CETA, Ms Sonja Pilusa, commended the university for managing its CETA projects efficiently, thus creating trust for continued collaboration. An excited Prof Peter Mbati, Univen’s principal, thanked CETA for trusting Univen to facilitate and carry out the programmes. He indicated that the success of Univen’s transformative agenda was largely dependent on partnerships, such as the one with CETA. He added that his university enrolled many bright students from financially disadvantaged backgrounds

who required the support of the public and private sector to flourish in their chosen professional fields. “This round of funding will greatly impact on the lives of many of my students and deserving members from our rural communities in Limpopo. You are making a huge difference in the lives of children who couldn’t afford tertiary fees and this is commendable,” he said. This is not the first time that CETA has joined Univen as it had previously committed R22 million towards the development of a degree programme in construction technology in the School of Environmental Sciences at Univen. The previous funding has resulted in the construction of the CETA Community Skills Development Centre and an engineering laboratory is in the pipeline.

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

NOTICE OF SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING: 23 FEBRUARY 2017 KENNIS VAN SPESIALE RAADSVERGADERING: 23 FEBRUARIE 2017 NDIVHADZO YA MUTANGANO WA KHANSELE: 23 LUHUHI 2017 TSEBISO KA KOPANO YA KHANSELE: 23 DIBOKWANA 2017 XITIVISO XA NHLENGELETANO: 23 NYENYANYANI 2017

Happy together are CETA management and Univen officials during the meeting last week. Photo supplied. Cllr L B Mogale Speaker of Makhado Local Municipality

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Tendani Phillip Nephawe, better known as Mutendas in local Tshivenda soul music circles, has given his fans the real taste of his music after releasing his 18th album, Tshelede a i furiwi furiwi, last week. The album has made an impact on the tough music market and it is receiving massive music industry, such as Comzero By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho airplay on national and regional radio stations. and Meskay. Nephawe has sold thousands of copies in his Rolivhuwa Romeo Dzedzemane, “It was in 2013 when I met 20-year career in music and he boasts more a local RnB and hip hop artist, is producer and artist Rofhiwa Phuthan 30 awards. a force to be reckoned with. He luwa in Johannesburg,” he says. Nephawe said he was inspired by the music is a real star and in a league of “We worked together on different of the Soul Brothers to start his own band his own in Vhembe. projects, which also included the more than 20 years ago. “Soul Brothers, According to fellow-musicians Ballers Academy project. Our together with their leader, David Masondo, and followers, he is a perfectionist relationship then saw us working played very good music and I fell in love with and makes sure his sounds, melo- on a project that became a solo them. I started my musical career by playing dies and voice blend together and project for me, where we did drumbaza (a homemade instrument made of enter the listeners’ ears as sweet songs like Battlefield, Energy, and an old oil tin and rubber bands) while I was 12 music. Before releasing or spread- Vhandilani. All these are available years old,” said the musician, who has a large ing his music on social media or in online stores.” following and previously performed in Zimbasending it to radio stations, he He received deserved recogbwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Malawi makes sure he registers his intelnition when he was nominated and Namibia. lectual property with Samro. as best newcomer at the FAME His latest offering comprises 11 entertaining “I am a young, upcoming artist Awards 2015. He found another songs: Ni kha di nkoloda, Ni vhee tshelede, from the dusty streets of Lwamon- music producer, Mutshutshu Tshelede a i furiwi, Dziofisini, No no kangwa, do Tshivhale,” he says. “I started Mphaphuli, also known as AdroitMbilu yanga i a rwa, Magona ha tsha tenda, my music career at the age of beatz. Their relationship culminatNnditsheni, Amatenten, U tshi la wa fura and nine when I was a member of the ed in the release of an anthemic Dr Masala. Composed, arranged and produced school choir at Tshilidzini Special song, entitled Greatness. by Nephawe himself, the album was recorded School. I loved music so much that “I released my long-awaited mix at Winman Studios and engineered by the I went on to initiate my choir in tape Ground Zero Mixtape, which award-winning sound engineer Emanuel high school.” had peaked at over 1 000 listeners Mamphogoro. Earlier, in 2012, he started in its first two days of release With Mutendas himself on lead guitar and working with a group called JCR, online,” he said. “It includes the vocals, Madoda Ntshingila on bass, Ronald with whom he recorded songs much-respected Want It All track.” Mashimbyi on keyboards and Life Timbeva like They know, Turn it up and Romeo is part of an organisaon drums, the album is a must-have for true Lufuno. tion named Sliq Musiq EntertainIn his quest for growth and ma- ment. He is available on Facebook music lovers who really know what they want in the musiturity, he teamed up and worked as Romeo DzedzeMoney. cal world. with other notable names in the “The “Perhaps Chief is we should form a correct, Vhakwevho committee to formally drive indeed need to be honoured this and seek answers why it while still alive. He has put the is not happening.” entire Venda onon thethe map and entire Venda map ~ Vhadinda through his music.” Printing ~ Kedebone “Can’t we Selowa “The Chief have a bank account for all Limpopo legends, is spot on. Harley must “We just irrespective of tribe and be honoured. He is the need to buy his music. contribute contributeon ona heartbeat of Venda He is a doctor by birth!” monthly basis?” through his music.” ~ Kgopana ~ Mzamane ~ Tshi Mphaphuli Craig Moses Baloyi

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By Elmon Tshikhudo Following our report three weeks ago where a local traditional leader, Chief Ntikedzeni Muraga Mphaphuli, called on institutions and structures to honour legendary reggae icon Colbert Mukwevho, the social media and many individuals have come aboard and are in full support of the chief. Chief Ntikedzeni Muraga Mphaphuli of Muraga, one of Mukwevho’s biggest supporters, recently attended Mukwevho’s open-air show at Ha-Tshisele and said he had asked himself over the years as to why Mukwevho was overlooked when it came to being honoured. “This man has done so much for the country locally and internationally when it comes to the arts,” Muraga said. According to the chief, Mukwevho remains humble and is accessible to all his fans although he is extremely popular. “We have seen other less capable

artists being honoured, while he has ignoring him but started addressing been overlooked. We really wonder him as Dr Colbert Mukwevho. what the criteria for honouring one Well-known musician Hangwe Netof ours should be.” Chief Muraga said shifhefhe, or Ngerezah of the group that institutions of higher learning and Cornerstone, is one of the leading voicthe government had honoured many es, saying Mukwevho’s honour is long from outside the area, “while Mukwev- overdue. “For a long time now, we ho is just around here.” have been calling for the forces that be Since our initial report, this newsto consider honouring him while he is paper’s offices have been flooded with still alive. Mukwevho has been around calls from fans who wanted to know for a long time and has proven himself what steps they could follow that he is one of the best. He to see to it that their icon performed and recorded with was honoured in his the best,” Ngerezah said. “Can’t we lifetime. Calls According to him, have an account for his honour there are many for public donation? have since “who arrived We don’t mind to uplift this great gained just yesterlegend to the highest. If his supporters in great moday in the the whole RSA contribute a minimum of R10 mentum music arena” we can break the record. He builds so many and some who have families, consoled many broken hearts, have even been honoured encouraged many, predicted many indicated that already. events.” they would no “We wonder ~ Muswa Hs Majesty longer wait for any inwhat needs to be Wa Lukau stitutions to honour him done for him to be as they were deliberately honoured.”

Phalaphala celebrates 52 nd birthday Phalaphala FM recently celebrated its 52nd birthday with its listeners in different areas. Mr Freddy Sadiki, the station manager of Phalaphala FM, said that the staff members of the station were excited when they looked back on where they had come from. The station started broadcasting in Tshivenda in 1965 on the then Radio Venda. “Today we have continued to contribute to and have a positive impact on the different communities, with campaigns such as the donation of school shoes, houses, boreholes and food hampers.” He emphasised the good relationship with the listeners and “we made it easier for them to reach us, unlike back in the days when they had to write letters to reach us. We also have social media platforms that show our activaties and events. We also have an annual overseas tour that has been in existence for over 20 years,” he said. SABC Limpopo’s provincial general manager, Ms Tshamaano Makuya, said in her congratulatory message that Phalaphala FM continued to source news and have different programmes that educated

and entertained the listeners. “We thank the leadership and the entire Phalaphala FM staff for their contribution towards the success of the station. We also thank the station’s listeners for their support because the station is what it is today because of their continuous support,” she said. Ms Rudzani Mashamba, the marketing manager of the radio station, added that they were proud of the listeners “as they continue support our station and participate daily in our shows, including our events.” She said that the aim of the station was to educate, preserve, promote and protect the Tshivenda culture and customs. “We will try and visit as many parts of our listeners footprint in order to be closer to our listeners because we love them.” Members of the station visited Phaganani Mall on 3 February and on the 10th and the 11th they went to Musina Municipality and met with the listeners at the Skoonplaas Stadium and Masea grounds. Today (Friday) the station will broadcast from the Biaba Mall and tomorrow (Saturday) at from the Matodza grounds.

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Help for banana project By Elmon Tshikhudo

Thohoyandou Service Centre assistant director Mr Ofhani Mudzielwana (standing left), Cllr David Mamushiana (second from left), royal council member Mr Wilson Nemadzhilili (third from left) and members of the cooperative hold the banana seedlings during the planting.

Ms Edna Raphunga, the assistant director of the Department of Agriculture in Vhembe, assists during the planting at Matsika.

thousands of banana plants. Mr Ofhani Mudzielwana, the assistant director at the Thohoyandou Service Centre, said they felt they should go and assist the project during the planting of new banana trees. “Because of the heavy rains, there is little time for planting and the project is lagging behind. The planting season started a while ago and will be ending soon. We are here to encourage and empower them in order for them to beat the planting season deadline.” He added that they would continue giving the project support. Mr Wilson Nemadzhil-

ili, a royal council member at Matsika, was full of praises for the initiative. “We are a very rural community and the project is making a big difference here. We are very thankful for what the department of agriculture and their friends did for us.” The deputy chairperson of the project, Mr Mbulaheni Tshifura, praised the department and its partners for lending them a helping hand. “We still have thousands of seedlings that should be planted and only a short period is left. The manpower that came here made a huge difference.”

The Thusalushaka Agricultural Cooperative, which has become a beacon of hope for many of the unemployed in rural Matsika outside Thohoyandou, received much-needed help last Thursday. The Department of Agriculture’s Thohoyandou Service Centre organized different stakeholders, among them experts from Univen, the Madzivhandila College, Vhembe District municipality’s agriculture section and from the agricultural research council, to spend the day planting at the banana project. Traditional leaders from the surrounding villages and the ward councillor, Cllr David Mamushiana, also attended the event. Started in early 1982 by the late Chief Mafenya Mphaphuli, the 102-hectare project was a dry land project with a focus on summer crops. The project faced challenge after challenge until 2015, when the Department of Agriculture financed the project to the tune of around R25 million and hired a contractor to assist the 50-member cooperative. On Thursday, the The director of the Department of Agriculture in Vhembe, Ms Edna banana project was a Raphunga, plants the first banana seedling, while royal council memhive of activity where ber Mr Wilson Nemadzhilili (left), Cllr David Mamushiana (third volunteers planted from left) and others look on.


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Rewards for Hlanganani’s scholars of doing good things. We wanted to encourage those who did not perform well Several outstanding pupils from to work very hard this year, so that they different schools in the Hlanganani can produce good results,” he said. North Circuit of Education received He concluded by encouraging all certificates and cash prizes in recogpupils to use their time profitably. nition of their achievements in the “There is time for everything. Allocate 2016 academic year. more time to your school work and you The awards and the ceremony were will get the best results at the end of the year,” he said. The executive mayor of Vhembe, Cllr Florence Radzilani, said that when she was growing up under harsh conditions, she did not look at the handicaps in her life but at what she wanted to achieve. “Today, my story is a good lesson to you that, whatever your background, success follows hard work, just as day follows night, “she added. According to her, “one can succeed despite one’s background”. The managing director of Gombameni Security and Event Management, Mr Thomas Muluvhu, The circuit manager, Mr George Mathivha (left), presents a certificate of appreciation to the who sponsored the event, said that his company sponsor, Mr Thomas Muluvhulu, on behalf for Xinguwa High School, who improved their was happy to be able to Grade 12 results dramaticaly from 36% to 89%. contribute towards the development of education in the rural areas. “This is part of our company’s mission of giving something back to the community. We hope other companies will learn that it is important to reward members of the community because they are the ones who made us what we are today.” He said pupils had to make informed decisions if they dreamt of making it successfully in life. He said the decision to make it in life lay with the individual pupils. “You either choose to make it or fail in life, but whatever unwise decision you make Zwivhuya Muhali, one of the top pupils, receives certificates and a cash prize from Mr Thom- will come back to haunt as Muluvhu (sponsor) while Cllr Florance Radzilani looks on. you later in life,” he said. By Kaizer Nengovhela

sponsored to the amount of R350 000 by Gombameni Security and Event Management and was held at the Matsila Lodge on Saturday. The circuit manager, Mr George Mathivha, said the main objective of the awards was to motivate, encourage and recognize the best schools, teachers and pupils. “We also wanted to fuel the habit

No new vehicle for mayor of Musina municipality run without the procurement thereof.” The mayor of the Musina Local She said the need to procure Municipality, Cllr Mihloti the mayoral vehicle was informed Muhlope, has asked the munic- by, among others, the fact that the ipal council to reallocate the municipality doid not have a mayR1,1million budget for the may- oral vehicle, since the previous oral car to other service delivery vehicle had exceeded its lifespan initiatives. and was not economically viable to repair or maintain. Muhlope said her decision was “I further put it on record influenced by the current finanthat the rental vehicle that was cial position of the municipality, sourced to assist me in executing which needs wise expenditure my official duties will no longer patterns. She said the world was be used and I will make use of my facing tough economic challenges personal vehicle to execute official and Musina was not an exception. duties,” she added. She also said “It is my intention to redirect that she made the decision volunthe funding towards addressing tarily, “to set a positive example pressing service delivery needs. that we can steer the municipality We have other important backlogs to achieve its goal of delivering efwhich need to be addressed and ficient services, despite limited rethese include the damaged roads, sources”. She emphasized that the servicing (our) Eskom debt and municipality’s priority remained other infrastructure development that of providing essential services initiatives. Our people are waiting within the available means. for much-needed basic services Muhlope said she would and it is important to prioritize continue to play her oversight when we spend the little budget role to make sure that Musina that we have. The issue of the Municipality continued to deliver mayoral vehicle is not a priority better and affordable services to for now and the municipality can all citizens. Musina Municipality

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Will Mopane worms soon disappear from our trees? By Isabel Venter Are mopane worms, an important part of many a Limpopo resident’s diet, going extinct?

The mayor of the Makhado Municipality, Cllr Shonisani Sinyosi, had a successful meeting with the traditional leaders from Ward 36 in Nzhelele last Tuesday. They discussed several service delivery issues. The meeting was also a way of showing respect to traditional leaders. Sinyosi said that she was ready to work with the traditional leaders. In our photograph are, from left to right, Chief Nthambeleni Musekwa, Chief Mulugisi Makwarela, Sinyosi, Cllr Dorcus Mboyi, Cllr Lindiwe Mogale, Chief Radzilani Mudimeli and Chief Phillemon Matsa.

Two weeks ago, we published a photograph of awards given to the top achievers of the Musthindudi Circuit of Education. Due to an error in our caption, we publish the photo again this week, and this time with the correct names. From left to right in our photograph are Ms Irene Muhanganei (circuit manager), Principal Mavis Musandiwa and Ms Avhashoni Masianuga, who presented the awards.

A master’s graduate from the University of Cape Town, James Sekonya, found mopane worms were in serious decline in communities where they are an important food source, a trading commodity and an intrinsic part of cultural practices. Sekonya compiled his research by visiting the villages of Bokmakierie, Matiyani, Ha Gumbu, Masisi, Zwigodini and Mphambo here in our own Vhembe District and also the Nkomo Village in the Mopani District. Additional interviews were conducted with traders at markets in Thohoyandou, Louis Trichardt, Malamulele, Giyani and Elim. His study focused on investigating the contribution of the mopane worm to rural livelihoods, and the effects of environmental change on mopane worm harvesting in rural households. What he found was that the drop in the density of mopane trees, vegetation change, lower-than-normal

rainfall and higher-than-normal temperatures were the leading forms of environmental change that had a significant impact on the availability of mopane worms to the commu-

a valuable trading commodity. “Trading was found to be an important form of employment for rural people who have limited prospects of formal employment, and had the potential to

Photo supplied by Barry Fourie. nities. “Household consumption and trade patterns were changed with the weather and climatic conditions arising from the El Niño phenomenon,” explained Sekonya. These outlined environmental changes are becoming more evident, rendering rural people more vulnerable as it threatens their livelihoods. Apart from being an important source of food, the mopane worm is also

generate higher income levels,” said Sekonya. Sekonya was of the opinion that more studies will be needed, in addition to improved cooperation between traditional leaders, harvesters and local government as an option for management of the communal harvesting areas to ensure that mopane worm populations don’t dwindle any further.


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Befitting send-off for gogo Johannah Magwaba aged 103 Gogo Mutshinyani Johannah Magwaba lived life to the fullest before passing on at the ripe age of 103. The gogo of Hamagidi outside Thohoyandou in Limpopo passed on last week after complaining of flu. She was buried on Saturday at Shayandima cem-

etery after a service held at her home. After her death, instead of mourning, her family, community members and friends celebrated a life well lived. As a way of celebrating her life, the family gave gifts of umbrellas with pictures of the granny and messages to all the mourners. A large tombstone with her statue was also unveiled during the funeral. This was a first time that such an impressive tombstone was erected in the community. ZCC members in their uniforms joined at the grave to bid her farewell, along with traditional leaders, business people, family members, friends and many community members from far and near who converged in a very big makeshift tent. Magwaba was illiterate, but was described as someone who had always encouraged and loved education. She loved all people unconditionally and dedicated her life to the service of God. She also encouraged cleanliness and a healthy lifestyle, which many said was a recipe for her long life. Speakers at her funeral had different stories to tell about her, which they said moulded their lives and made them successful in life. The old woman’s daughter, Anna Magwaba (who is also a very successful businesswoman), painted a glowing picture and explained how strong-willed her mother was. “My mother loved us so much that she would accompany me to

and from school. She taught us survival skills like crossing a flooded river and how to avoid danger on the way to and from school. She also encouraged me to take education seriously. She was also like my partner in business who helped while I was away, but she kept on saying I should have a professional qualification.” Anna said that her mother had always encouraged her to study further. “My mother’s happiest moment of life was when I graduated from the University of Venda. I will never forget that day. I have never seen her that happy,” she said. She said that her mother taught them many lessons that are still handy for them even today. “Though we are celebrating a life well lived and to the fullest, we will miss her presence and the void left in our lives cannot be filled by any other person,” added Anna. The gogo’s great grandson-in-law, Pastor Livingstone Simango (who is also a businessman of note), painted a glowing picture of her. “Our great granny was a different

character whose life was that of humbleness, full of respect and love and we are not surprised as to why she lived this long. She had chosen the road of the righteousness in life and the long life is the reward,” he said. On behalf of the church, Pastor Ralson Munzhedzi urged mourners to emulate the good life and to dedicate their lives to serving God if they were to live a long life like granny Magwaba. Gogo Magwaba was born in Mbaela outside Thohoyandou in 1914. Out of the menial jobs she did like working at the kitchens and farms, she managed to produce two teachers. She is survived by her four children and many others to the fourth generation.


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Body of sex worker found By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho The discovery of the corpse of a sex worker a couple of weeks ago left many sex workers shocked and fearing for their lives in Musina. The body of a 30-year-old female sex worker was discovered in a house at Phase 8 in Musina. She disappeared a week before her body was found. A peer educator for sex workers, Ms Tendai Dube, expressed her worry after learning that the deceased had been found dead. All other sex workers suspect that she might have been killed by heartless criminals. The police made sure that a proper post-mortem was conducted to shed light on

the case and establish whether she had been murdered or not. According to the Limpopo police’s media services spokesperson, Captain Maano Sadiki, preliminary results have indicated that the woman may have died of natural causes. “It was first suspected that she might have been killed and we initially opened a murder case,” he said. “However, the murder case was cancelled, following new evidence that was gathered after the post-mortem results were made available. She died of natural causes.” The director of Munna Ndi Nnyi, Mr Bardwell Mufunwaini, said that people must try to have friends and relatives who are close to them so that they

can keep on checking on one another. “It is always helpful to check on one another all the time,” he said. “A human being does not have to pass on and decompose inside a house. I also advise all other people to quickly inquire about their friends or next of kin if you have not seen them visiting you or places you always frequent together.” Munna Ndi Nnyi provides welfare education and health tips to sex workers in the Vhembe district. The police said that the deceased was a South African woman, but a group of sex workers in Musina were arranging to ferry her corpse to her village of origin in Zimbabwe.

Munna Ndi Nnyi provides welfare education to sex workers in the Vhembe district.

Future of GCR FM in the balance access to the radio station's offices and even cut off the The management of the electricity supply to the radio Giyani Community Radio station,” he said. “However, we station (GCR FM) came out resorted to using a stand-by with guns blazing early last generator for electricity flow week, alleging that the Great- and called the police to monitor er Giyani Municipality had the situation.” threatened to shut down the He indicated that the municradio station. The municiipality and GCR had previously pality, however, accuses GCR met with representatives from of bad management and not the Department of Communicacomplying with its licensing tions and ICASA to resolve the conditions. issues. The radio station’s represenAccording to Shivambu, this tative, Mr Ntsako Shivambu, meeting did not help because alleged that some individuals the municipality wanted to within the municipality wanted impose control measures such to “hijack” the station’s manas a board elected by the municagement, so that they would be ipality. in a position to propagate their The municipality’s spokespolitical agendas. person, Mr Steve Shivambu, “The Giyani Municipality are issued a media statement last allowing individuals to interfere Wednesday wherein he indiwith the operations of GCR cated that there are two issues FM,” he said. the municipality was concerned He stated that, for the past about, namely the lapsed lease few months, the station had agreement and concern over the been operating under pressure formation and functioning of from individuals from the Githe GCR board. yani Municipality who wanted “In terms of the lease conto take control of the station for tract, the lease expired on 19 their own political agenda in August 2016,” he stated. “Since order to stay in power, as well then, the lease has never been as to prevent the station from renewed, (and) as such GCR are voicing people’s concerns over illegally occupying municipal the municipality’s lack of service property. In terms of the Mudelivery. nicipal Finance Management Shivambu added that the Act, this constitutes an irregular municipality wanted to control expenditure on the part of the the radio station’s programme municipality.” content and the operational According to the municisystem, such as appointing and/ pality’s calculations, GCR FM or influencing the appointment owes the municipality at least of a board of directors. R390 160 in arrears rent. The “On 7 February, the municmunicipality had been lending ipality used a hammer to gain a helping hand to the radio by By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

paying the lease for GCR for the period 19 August 2013 to 19 August 2014. “During 2012/2013, GCR approached us to help with the establishment of the station, continuous support, accommodation and funding,” Shivambu said. “With the understanding that GCR is a community radio station and not a private enterprise, the municipality agreed to come on board. The municipality became a stakeholder and granted GCR an amount of R100 000 as start-up capital, paid for electricity to Eskom at R9500 per month and paid rental rates and services for the rented property.” He stated that it therefore became the municipality’s concern when a supposed community radio station that they supported financially, “flouts good governance in the form of a dysfunctional board ... Our interest is only in seeing the station being run correctly and as per its licence agreement and conditions". He said that the insinuation that the municipality intended to take the station off the air was not true. “Meanwhile, to ensure that a solution to the challenges is found, we shall continue engaging the relevant stakeholders such as ICASA and the Ministry of Communications as we have been doing the past few months,” he said. “All other allegations are nothing but malicious attempts by the station to rubbish our genuine concerns.”

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KERN & DEKKER ING. In the Magistrate’s Court for the district of Makhado held at Louis Trichardt Case Number: 502/2016 In the matter between: Khazamula Samuel Simange, Plaintiff and Bongani Jacob Sono, Defendant Notice of Sale in Execution In compliance with the judgement of the Magistrate’s Court and the Warrant of Execution served on the 27 October 2016 the under mentioned goods will be sold in execution on 9 March 2017 at 13H00 in front of the Sheriff store- LIMDEV Building, Main Road, Giyani. The highest bidder, viz: The following will be for sale: 1 x DYNA TRUCK Terms and Conditions of Sale: 1. The rules of the auction is available 24 hours prior to the auction at the office of the Sheriff. 2. Registration as a buyer is a pre-requisite subject to a specific conditions, inter alia 3. Registration as a buyer is a pre-requisite subject to a specific conditions, inter alia. 2.1 Directive of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008; (Url< http:// www.info.gov.za/view /downloadfileaction/id99961>) 5. FICA legislation i.r.o proof of idebtity and address particulars; payment of registration deposit of R500.00 in cash. 6. The office of the Sheriff will conduct the sale with the auctioneers. 7. Goods will be sold for cash only to the highest bidder or sold subject to confirmation as per the Consumer Protection Act upon instructions from the execution creditor. Dated at Louis Trichardt on this 30th day of January 2017. Kern & Dekker Inc. Attorneys for plaintiff PO Box 25/Docex 5 105 Kroghstreet Louis Trichardt, 0920 Tel: 015 516 0136 Fax: 015 516 1777 Ref: L DEKKER/adp/ A09077

MAWELA JOHN MUTSHINYALI NOTICE FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE MAKHADO TOWN PLANNING SCHEME, 2016 (ENGLISH JAN 2017) I hereby give notice that I, the undersigned, have IN TERMS OF SECTION 75 OF MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW, 2016 applied to Makhado Local Municipality for consent to conduct the following activities: Liquor store on site number 805 in TSHIOZWI at Ha-Sinthumule. Particulars of this application may be inspected during normal office hours at 05 Muraleni Ha-Sinthumule. Any person having an objection to the approval of this consent use application must lodge such objection together with the grounds

thereof to the office of the Town Planner, Makhado Municipality (Private Bag x 2596, Louis Trichardt, 0920) and the undersigned, in writing not later than 06 March 2017. Enquiries: Mr. MJ Mutshinyali, P.O. Box 54, Tshilwavhusiku, 0938. Cell. 0837411074, email. sakkieip@gmail.com NDIVHADZO YA U SHANDUKISWA HA MAKHADO TOWN PLANNING SCHEME, 2016 (VENDA PHANDO 2017) Ndivhadzo nga uya nga mulayo wa tshipida tsha clause 75 OF MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW, 2016. Ndivhadzo I khou itwa kha Masipala wa Makhado u humbela Consent ya u ita zwi tevhelaho: Liquor Store kha tshitentsi tsha 805 kha la TSHIOZWI at Ha-Sinthumule. Zwidodombedzwa zwa ndivhadzo zwinga vhudziswa kha Vho-MJ Mutshinyali, 05 Muraleni Ha-Sinthumule. Muthe munwe na munwe a sa fusheiho nga hei ndivhadzo anga kwama ofisi ya Town Planner, Makhado Municipality (Private Bag x 2596, Louis Trichardt, 0920) na kha muhumbeli nga u tou nwala hu sa athu u swika 06 Thafamuhwe 2017, kha Vho-MJ Mutshinyali, P.O. Box 54, Tshilwavhusiku, 0938. Cell. 0837411074, email. sakkieip@gmail.com

NANGA GROUP (PTY) LTD NOTICE IN RESPECT OF A LICENCE APPLICATION IN TERMS OF THE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ACT, 1977 (ACT 120 OF 1977) This notice serves to inform parties that may be interested or affected that NANGA GROUP (PTY) LTD hereinafter referred to as “the Applicant”, has submitted an application for a RETAIL Licence, Application Number: F/2016/11/17/0002. HA-BUDELU MPHIRELENI MPAPULI 278 MT, HA-BUDELI MPHIRELENI VILLAGE FARM MPAPULI 278MT VHEMBE DISTRICT HA-BUDELI VILLAGE The purpose of the application is for the applicant to be granted a licence to undertake petroleum retailing activities as detailed in the application. Arrangements for viewing the application documentation can be made by contacting the Controller of Petroleum Products by: Telephone: (015) 230 3600; or Fax; or E-mail: Gibson. Tshisikhawe@energy.gov.za Any objections to the issuing of a licence in respect of this application, which must clearly quote the application number above, must be lodged with the Controller of Petroleum Products within a period of twenty (20) working days from the date of publication of this notice. Such objections must be lodged at the following physical or postal address: Physical Address:

The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy 18A Landros Mare Street Postal Address: The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy Private Bag X9712, Polokwane, 0700

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late MUVHULAWA PATRICK TSHIKONELO I.D no: 480907 5623 082 of 877, P-east, Thohoyandou, Limpopo province, who died on the 08/06/2003 and who was married in community of property to MUVHULAWA AVHASHONI PATRICIA I.D no: 570313 0248 085. Estate number: 269/2007 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 10TH DAY OF FEBRUARY 2017. TSHIDZUMBA MAKONDE ATTORNEYS BOX 240 VHULAUDZI, 0926 REF: REDRESS/TMA / EST. 02/2017

KERN & DEKKER INC. In the Labour Court of South Africa (Held in Johannesburg) Case no: LP946/15 In the matter between: Ntanganadzeni Agree Ramagwedzha, Applicant and Limbrix Suppliers (Pty) Ltd, Respondent. Notice of Sale in Execution In compliance with the judgement of the Magistrate’s Court and the Writ of Execution served on the 18th of October 2016 the under mentioned goods will be sold in execution on 09th of March 2017 at 13H00 in front of the Sheriff storeLIMDEV Building, Main Road, Giyani. The highest bidder, viz: The following will be for sale: 1 x Maxify Photocopy Machine; 1 x Isuzu KB (BY 49 YT GP); 6 x Office Chairs Terms and conditions of sale: 1. The rules of the auction is available 24 hours prior to the auction at the office of the Sheriff. 2. Registration as a buyer is a pre-requisite subject to a specific conditions, inter alia 3. Registration as a buyer is a pre-requisite subject to a specific conditions, inter alia. 2.1 Directive of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008; (Url< http:// www.info.gov.za/view /downloadfileaction?id99961>) 5. FICA legislation i.r.o proof of idebtity and address particulars; payment of registration deposit of R500.00 in cash.

17 February 2017 15 6. The office of the Sheriff will conduct the sale with the auctioneers. 7. Goods will be sold for cash only to the highest bidder or sold subject to confirmation as per the Consumer Protection Act upon instructions from the execution creditor. Dated at Louis Trichardt on this 05th day of December 2016. Kern & Dekker Inc. Attorneys for plaintiff PO Box 25/Docex 5 105 Kroghstreet Louis Trichardt, 0920 Tel: 015 516 0136 Fax: 086 540 2661 E-mail: mabunda@kdlaw. co.za Ref: MUTHEVHULI/lv/ A07720

ADVOCATE MANUEL KWINDA 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 Mukwevho Rathiyaya Robert of Id no: 5111235639085 of Stand no 133 Mulenzhe village, Limpopo Province, who died on the 23/01/2016. Ref no: 990/2016. Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from the 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 13th day of February 2017. Name and Adressof Agent: Advocate Manuel Kwinda Office no: G123, Ground Floor, Old Mutual Building Thohoyandou Telefax: 015 962 2448 Mobile: 072 099 4737 manuelkwinda@yahoo. co.za Ref: Muk/Est002/2016

ENVIROTECH CONSULTANT NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS Proposed construction of Dovheni Diesel and Petrol Depot Notice is hereby given in terms of Regulation 41 of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations of 2014 of the National Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998) of the intent to undertake an activity listed under Listing Notice 1 (R.983 of 2014 EIA Regulations). Activity 14: The development of facilities or infrastructure for the storage, or storage and handling of a dangerous goods, where such storage occurs in containers with a combined capacity of 80 cubic metres or more, but not exceeding 500 cubic metres” Applicant: Dovheni Diesel and Petrol Depot Contact Person: Reckson Mukwevho Contact No : 082321 0585 E-mail : Mmbulaheni. mukwevho@gmail.com Fax : 0865389740 Particulars of the Environmental Assessment Practitioner - EAP Name of Consultant :

Envirotech Consultant Contact Person : Brilliant Tivavone Physical Address: No. 931 Block F, Thohoyandou, 0950 Contact No. Cell: 072 528 0068 Fax : 0866627552 Email: Envirotech@ webmail.co.za Location: Portion of Molenje 204 LT Geographic coordinates: (GPS S22°.58’, 39.01” & E 30°.36’.33.04”). Activity: The proposed construction of a diesel and petrol depot consisting of seven (7) aboveground tanks with a storage capacity of 23 000 litres each, result in a combined carrying capacity of 161 000 litres. Of the seven (7) aboveground tanks, 2 will be for the storage of petrol and the remaining 5 will be for the storage of diesel (I.e., 2 x 23 000 aboveground petroleum tanks and 5 x 23 000 aboveground diesel tanks). The facility will have four roomed office, store room and bus and trucks servicing structure. In order to participate in the process, or to provide comments and or to provide comments and or to register as a Interested and Affected Parties (I & Aps) towards the above proposed towards the above proposed development, you are invited to contact Envirotech Consultant at the details given above on or before 20 March 2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late MASHAMBA NKHETHENI WILSON, I.D no: 760304 6245 084 of Mashamba village, Limpopo province who died on the 20/01/2017 and who was married in community of property to MASHAMBA MASHUDU DAPHNEY, I.D NO: 811204 0719 085. Estate number: 240/2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 10TH DAY OF FEBRUARY 2017 P.B.N MAWILA ATTORNEYS. BOX 917 THOHOYANDOU 0950, REF: REDRESS / EST.02/2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late TSHABALALA MBHAZIMA BETTY, I.D no: 600602 0860 087 of section A, Malamulele, Limpopo province who died on the 15/01/2017 and who was not married at the time of her death. Estate number: 307/2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 10TH DAY OF FEBRUARY 2017 WISANI BALOYI INC.

BOX 3305 LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920, REF: REDRESS / EST 04/2017

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the late NETSHILINDI NTHAMBELENI PAULS, I.D no: 500410 5754 086 of stand no: 1038, Block-J Muledane, Limpopo Province, who died on the 17/11/2011, ref no: 2515/2011, Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from date of publication at the Master’s offices. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. WISANI BALOYI INC. BOX 3305 LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920, REF: REDRESS /EST 51/2016

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late Nayuma Nkhangweni Enos , I.D no: 6101215820085 of stand no: 2434, Makwarela location, Limpopo province who died on the 20/01/2017 and was married in community of property to Tebogo Winnie Nayuma of I.D NO: 7202101322084. Estate number: 228/2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou. Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication.SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 14th DAY OF February 2017 MAKHUVHA E.M ATTORNEYS P O BOX 759 THOHOYANDOU 0950, REF: MAK/ EST/01/17/NAY

NANGA GROUP (PTY) LTD NOTICE IN RESPECT OF A LICENCE APPLICATION IN TERMS OF THE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ACT, 1977 (ACT 120 OF 1977) This notice serves to inform parties that may be interested or affected that NANGA GROUP (PTY) LTD hereinafter referred to as “the Applicant”, has submitted an application for a SITE licence, Application Number: F/2016/11/17/0001 HA-BUDELU, MPHIRELENI MPAPULI 278 MT HA-BUDELI, MPHIRELENI VILLAGE FARM MPAPULI 278MT VHEMBE DISTRICT HA-BUDELI VILLAGE The purpose of the application is for the applicant to be granted a licence to undertake petroleum retailing activities as detailed in the

application. Arrangements for viewing the application documentation can be made by contacting the Controller of Petroleum Products by: Telephone: (015) 230 3600; or Fax; or E-mail: Gibson.Tshisikhawe@ energy.gov.za. Any objections to the issuing of a licence in respect of this application, which must clearly quote the application number above, must be lodged with the Controller of Petroleum Products within a period of twenty (20) working days from the date of publication of this notice. Such objections must be lodged at the following physical or postal address: Physical Address: The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy 18A Landros Mare Street Postal Address: The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy Private Bag X9712, Polokwane, 0700

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late MATHAVHATHE WILSON MUTHEIWANA I.D no: 470221 5136 083 of Block 03,Itsani Matieni, Limpopo province, who died on the 16/09/2006 and who was married in community of property to MATHAVHATHE NALEDZANI FLORENCE I.D no:610606 0253 084. Estate number: 274/2006 Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 10TH DAY OF FEBRUARY 2017. TSHIDZUMBA MAKONDE ATTORNEYS BOX 240 VHULAUDZI 0926, REF: REDRESS/ TMA /EST. 01/2017

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the late PHURAVHATHU MUNZHEDZI SAMUEL, I.D no: 500511 5736 088 of stand no: 240 G, Tshituni Tshafhasi, Limpopo Province, who died on the 13/11/2016, ref no: 2878/2016, Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from date of publication at the Master’s offices. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. WISANI BALOYI INC. BOX 3305 LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920, REF: REDRESS /EST 52/2016 (Continues on p16)


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Mavona and associates developMent consultants cc COMMUNITY RESOLUTION MEETING TO BE HELD DATE: 11 March 2017 TIME:11H00 VENUE:Mhinga Tribal Office BACKGROUND Mavona and Associates Development Consultants CC on behalf of Mhinga Investments (Pty) Ltd would like to invite the affected and interested parties to the community resolution meeting for the disposal of the below pieces of land on portions of the farm Mhinga’s Location 258 MT, within Lim 345 Local Municipality of Vhembe District: *Mhinga Town situated on portion 7; *Vonganiville situated on portion 17 ; *100 Ha of the remaining extent for future township development; and *100 Ha of the remaining extent for future township development PURPOSE To formulate a final Community decision in terms of the interim procedures governing land development decisions which require the consent of the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform as the nominal owner of the land in terms of the

Mavona and associates developMent consultants cc XITIVISO XA NHLENGELETANO YA XIBOHO XA VAAKA TIKO SIKU: 11 Nyenyankulu

2017 NKARHI: 11H00 NDHAWU: Thirayibali ya ka Mhinga MASUNGULO: Mavona and Associates Development Consultants CC hi ku yimela Mhinga Investments (Pty) Ltd hi nyika xiviko xa xirhambo eka vanhu lava kumbhekaka na lava nga na ku tsakela ka ku tsarisiwa ka swiphemu leswi longoloxiweka laha hansi swa misava leswi kumekaka eka purasi ra Mhinga’s Location 258 MT ka Masipala wa Lim 345 ehansi ka Masipala-ntsongo wa Vhembe: * Mhinga Town leyi kumekaka eka xiphemu xa vukombo; *Vonganiville eka Xiphemu xa vukhumenkombe; *100 wa Tihekitara ka xiphemu lexi saleke xa purasi; na *100 wa Tihekitara ka xiphemu lexi saleke xa purasi. XIKONGOMELO: Ku endla xiboho xo hetelela xa vaaka tiko ku ya hi ku landzelela swiboho leswi lawulaka hluvukiso wa swa misava, lowu hi faneleke hi kuma pfumelelo eka Minisitara wa swa nhluvukiso wa xikaya na vuantswiswo bya misava tani hi leswi anga hlawuriwa ku va n’winyi wa misava kuya hi nawu wa Interim Protection of informal Land Right Act, nawu wa 31 wa 1996, ma yelana na mihluvukiso

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RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME SMMES! Bakers, Builders, Farmers, Hawkers, Project Managers, Tailers, etc. In service training is open in Financial, Project Management and Entrepreneurship. Two (2) days per week for three months at the Local Municipality in Twenty (20) per group. Training, Catering, and Transport is subsidised for all participants. Registration is limited.

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PUBLIC NOTICE SECTION 24G APPLICATION: THE RECTIFICATION OF UNLAWFUL COMMENCEMENT OR CONTINUATION OF A LISTED ACTIVITY - DEVELOPMENT OF THE KINGSGATE RESORT AT NANDONI DAM LEDET REF: 12/1/9/S24G-V16

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Notice: Notice is hereby given in terms of Regulation 41(2); 42 and 43(1) of GNR 982 (04 December 2014) of the National Environmental Management Act 107 of 1998 and National Water Act No 36 of 1998, in terms of the proposed development of The Kingsgate Resort on the portion of the farm MPHAPHULI 278 MT within Thulamela Local Municipality of Vhembe District in the Limpopo province. Project Description: The applicant, Mr. Reginald Tshikota of Property Investment Mentor Facility (PIMF) proposed to develop The Kingsgate Resort at Nandoni Dam. The development covers an area of approximately 3.3 Hectares in extent. The activities will be extended and not limited to the following: A paved road to access and exit the site; Five Units (20 sleepers) to be extended to 200 deds; Conference hall (accommodate 500 people); Public parking lot; Two boreholes; Reception Access control office; Two swimming pools; Chapel (steel structure) ; Ablution facility (Toilets and showers); Septic Tank / Lilliput Sewage Treatment; One Storeroom; To errect concret fence around the resort. Legislation: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations: GNR 983 Listing Notice 1 of 4th December 2014: Activity No. 6; 22; 28 and Section 24F(1) of NEMA 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) and Section 21 (a) & (i) of National Water Act 1998 (Act No. 36 of 1998). Location: The proposed site (The Kingsgate Resort) is located at Nandoni Dam precint, which is about 10km SE of Thohoyandou town on the portion of the farm MPHAPHULI 278 MT within Thulamela Local Municipality of Vhembe District in the Limpopo province. The 21 digits Surveyor General Number TOMT00000000027800000. The site is bounded by the following GPS co-ordinates:

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SHEQ and EnviroProjects has been appointed to undertake the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to obtain Environmental Authorisation (EA) and Water Use License (WUL) for the proposed development. Comments on the proposed project can be submitted within 30 days in writing to SHEQ and EnviroProjects via email, fax or post. In this regard please contact Matumba TW(EAP) at: Postal Physical Tel Fax Email

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POST: ELECTRICIAN

The electrician should possess the following basic requirements: 1. Trade test certification as a qualified electrician in terms of the Act; 2. Registration certificate as an installation electrician (wireman licence); 3. Appropriate safety certification to prove knowledge of OHS Act; 4. Valid 1-10 ORHVS & MV operating certificates for MV disconnections; and 5. Valid code 10 drivers licence. CV and certified copies of qualifications and ID document including code 10 driver’s licence can be emailed to lorraine@baatshuma.co.za Or can be hand delivered to 46 Grobler street, Makhado at Baatshuma (Pty) Ltd office. Att: Ms L Rammbwa Contact: 015 516 8082 / 8073 Closing date: 24 February 2017

ya misava leyi longoloxiweke le henhla. LAVA FANELEKE KU TA: Munhu un’wana na un’wana loyi a tsakelaka na lava khumbhekaka hi ta hluvuko lowu, kunga lava landzelaka: Vaaka- tiko va matiko hikwawo lama lawuriwaka hi Mfumo Xivongo w aka Mhinga na matiko akelani , huvo ya vufambisi bya tiko, mihlangano ya va manana, swiyimisi swa nhluvukiso, nhlangano wa vatshwa, swiyimisi swa vaaka tiko, nhlangano wa swa ndzhavuko, nhlangano wa swa nhluvukiso na lava va nga ta vuyeriwa hi hluvuko lowu hi vulavulaka hi wona. VUXOKO-XOKO BYI N’WANA: tihlanganiseni na la va landzelaka: Vapulani va swa madoraba kunga Hundzukani Khosa na/kumbe Justice Khosa va Mavona and Associates Development Consultants eka tinomboro ta foyini 015 065 0446/073 405 6561 kumbe mi nga tlhela mi ti hlanganisa na Manana Molatelo Makhuvha muofisiri wa Ndzawulo ya Vuhluvukisi bya swa xikaya na Vuantswisi bya misava eka nomboro ya 015 230 5113. Siku ra Xitiviso 17 Nyenyanyani 2017.

Site no 203, Private Bag X2136, Sibasa, 0970, Limpopo • Tel: (015) 963 3156 / 963 3657 • Fax: (015) 963 3154 • E-mail: fetcol@mweb.co.za INVITATION TO LEARNERSHIP & SHORT SKILLS PROGRAMME Enquiries: AR Netshithuthuni • Tel: 015 963 3156 / 1893 / 2167 / 3657 Vhembe TVET College hereby invites all first time learners/beneficiaries in vocational skills to participate in the short skills and Learnership programme as indicated below and the closing date is the 28th of February 2017. All application must be submitted to Vhembe TVET Central Office No. 23. 1. Skills Programme PROGRAMME

NO OF ADMISSION LEARNERS REQUIREMENTS

AREA

CREDITS

STIPEND

1. Electrical Engineering level 3

Thengwe Campus

50

R700.00

26

2. Bricklayer and Plastering

Thengwe Campus

50

R700.00

26

3. Carpenter and Joiner

Thengwe Campus

50

R700.00

26

4. Diesel Mechanic Level 2

Thengwe Campus

50

R700.00

26

5. Plumbing

Thengwe Campus

50

R700.00

26

6. Welder

Thengwe Campus

50

R700.00

26

AREA

CREDITS

STIPEND

1. Building and Civil Consctruction level 3

Thengwe Campus

50

R1 200.00

20

Grade 9 or Above

2. Electrical Engineering level 3

Thengwe Campus

50

R1 200.00

20

Grade 9 or Above

3. End user Computing

Thengwe Campus

50

R1 200.00

20

Grade 9 or Above

4. Plumbing level 3

Thengwe Campus

50

R1 200.00

23

Grade 9 or Above

AREA

CREDITS

STIPEND

1. Bricklaying and Plastering

Thengwe Campus

50

R1 200.00

20

NQF Level 4/N2

2. Carpentry

Thengwe Campus

50

R1 200.00

20

NQF Level 4/N2

3. Electrical Engineering L3

Thengwe Campus

50

R1 200.00

20

NQF Level 4/N2

4. Plumbing L4

Thengwe Campus

50

R1 200.00

23

NQF Level 4/N2

1. Passed grade 9 or Above 2. From disadvantaged families

2. Learnership Programme PROGRAMME

NO OF ADMISSION LEARNERS REQUIREMENTS

3. Apprenticeship PROGRAMME

NO OF ADMISSION LEARNERS REQUIREMENTS

4. Artisan Development PROGRAMME

AREA

PERIOD

STIPEND

NO OF LEAR­ NERS

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

1. Bricklayer

Thengwe Campus

3-6 Months R1 200.00

15

N2 or Level 3 certificates Confirmation letter respectively from the employer

2. Carpenter and Joiner

Thengwe Campus

3-6 Months R1 200.00

15

N2 or Level 3 certificates Confirmation letter respectively from the employer

3. Electrical Engineering L3

Thengwe Campus

3-6 Months R1 200.00

15

N2 or Level 3 certificates Confirmation letter respectively from the employer

4. Plumbing L4

Thengwe Campus

3-6 Months R1 200.00

15

N2 or Level 3 certificates Confirmation letter respectively from the employer

For further information, please call: Technical: Mr. AR Netshithuthuni Tel: 015 963 3156 / 1893 / 3757 / 2167

Administrative: Mr. David Maiwashe Tel: 015 963 3156 / 1893

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Interim Protection of Informal Land Right Act, 31 of 1996, with particular reference to the above mentioned development: WHO SHOULD ATTEND • Residents of all Villages under the Leadership of Mhinga Traditional Council and surrounding villages, Members of Mhinga Traditional Council, Women’s Organizations, Civil Organizations, Community based Organization, Youth organisation, Traditional organization, Development Forum, Trade unions, Consumer organization, Social welfare organization, Potential beneficiaries of the project. FURTHER INFORMATION: Contact one of the following: Mr. Hundzukani Khosa and/or Mr. Justice Khosa of Mavona and Associates Development Consultants, Tel: 015 065 0446/073 402 6561 and/or Ms Molatelo Makhuvha of Department of Rural Development and Land Reform, Tel: 015 230 5113. Date of the notice: 17 February 2017

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LIMPOPO MIRROR

17 February 2017 17

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

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID

DESCRIPTION

BID 58/ Supply, delivery 2016/ and installation of 2017 Boardroom Audio conference system

BID PRICE

CONTACT PERSON

COMPULSORY BRIEFING

R539-00

Mr K. Phaswana (015 962 7676 / 071 462 2000) or Ms Mudau P (015 962 7543/ 082 716 5011)

Date: 28 February 2017 Time: 11h00 Venue : Council Chamber

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID

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

Thulamela Municipality invites prospective Service Providers for supply of the following goods. BID NO

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

EVALUATION CRITERIA 80/20 preference points system will be used.

BID NO BID. 57/ 2016/ 2017

DESCRIPTION

BID PRICE

CICB

CONTACT PERSON

EVALUATION CRITERIA

Supply, delivery and installation of air conditioner at Makwarela hall, Liabrary, indoor sports centre and Mutale traffic

R539-00

3ME or Higher

Mr K. Phaswana (015 962 7676 / 071 462 2000) or Ms Mudau P (015 962 7543/ 082 716 5011)

80/20 preference points system will be used.

Bid documents will be available as from the 21th February 2017 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance letter. • Company registration documents (e.g. CK) • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction.( Not older than Three(3) months) and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • List of similar executed successfully projects with clients contact details and contract value. Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report (Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers registered on the CSD. NB: Service providers must submit their certified BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the corporation and BEE Rating certificate Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); PPPFA, Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of 80:20 preferential points system. Sealed bid documents must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11:00 on, 10 March 2017. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any Bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a Bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of the submission thereof Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned, completed by pencil, sent by telegraph, facsimile , electronically (Fax), or E- mail and without the compulsory requirements will be disqualified.

Bid documents will be available as from the 20th February 2017 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou.

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

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

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NḒIVHADZO U YA NGA MULAYO WA NDANGULO YA ZWA MUPO WA LUSHAKA (Mulayo wa 107 wa 1998) MALUGANA NA U DZHENISWA HA THAMBO DZA PHAḒALADZO YA MUḒAGASI DZA 2X500KV HO DZINGINYWAHO U BVA TSHIṰITSHINI TSHIṰUKU TSHA NZHELELE URI DZI ṰUMANE NA THAMBO DZA MUḒAGASI DZI BVAHO TSHIṰITSHINI TSHIṰUKU TSHA TRIANGLE TSHA ZIMBABWE, MUSINA, VUNDUNI ḼA LIMPOPO

Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance letter. • Company registration documents (e.g. CK) • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction. (Not older than Three(3) months) and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • List of similar executed successfully projects with clients contact details and contract value. Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report (Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers registered on the CSD. NB: Service providers must submit their certified BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the corporation and BEE Rating certificate. Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); PPPFA, Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of 80:20 preferential points system. Sealed bid documents must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11:00 on, 07 March 2017. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any Bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a Bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of the submission thereof Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned, completed by pencil, sent by telegraph, facsimile , electronically (Fax), or E- mail and without the compulsory requirements will be disqualified.

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TSEBIŠO GO YA KA MOLAO WA BOSETŠHABA WA TAOLO YA TIKOLOGO (Molao wa 107 wa 1998) WA KAKANYO YA GO AGWA GA 2X500KV TSHEPETŠO YA MAATLA A MOHLAGASE GO TŠWA SETEIŠENENG SE SENNYANE SA NZHELELE GO KGOKAGANYA LE METATO YA MOHLAGASE YA GO TŠWA GO DISTEIŠENENG TŠE NNYANE TŠE THARO KA ZIMBABWE, LE MUSINA, PROFENTSHENG YA LIMPOPO Hlaloso ya Protšeke

Thalutshedzo Ya Thandela

Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd e thetše Baagi Environmental Consultancy go dira Tekolo ya Maatla a Tikologo ya Moago woo o akanywago wa 2x500Kv tshepetš ya maatla a mohlagase for tšwa seteišeneng se sennyane sa Nzhelelele go ya mmolwaneng wa Zimbabwe.

Fhethuvhupo

Lefelo la go direla mošomo wo o akantšwego ke magareng ga Masepala wa Segae wa Musina ka Tikolong ya Vhembe. Metato ya Maatle a mohlagase e tle thoma Seteišeneng se sennyane sa Nzhelele ka borwa bohlaba bja khutlong ya N1 le R525, tseleng ya Tshipise. Metato ya maatla a mohlagase e tla agwa go ya thokong ya mollwane moo e tla kopanago le Metato ya maatle a mohlagase ya Zimbabwe, go tšwa Triangle bogareng bja Zimbabwe. Mafelo a bohlaba le bodikela bja toropo ya Musina a gare a lekolwa.

Dzina la Muhumbeli

Eskom Holdings SOC Limited

Nomborondaula

DEA Referentshe : 14/12/16/3/3/2/629

Vha Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd vho thola vha Baagi Environmental Consultancy uri vha ite Tsedzuluso ya Masiandaitwa kha Vhupo hu tshi itelwa mushumo wo dzinginywaho wa u dzhenisa thambo dza phaḓaladzo ya muḓagasi dza 2x500Kv u bva tshiṱuku tsha Nzhelele u ya mukanoni na ḽa Zimbabwe. Vhupo ha ngudo ya mushumo wo dzinginywaho ndi nga ngomu kha Masipalawapo wa Musina Tshiṱirikini tsha Vhembe. Thambo dza muḓagasi dzi ḓo thoma Tshiṱitshini tshiṱuku tsha Nzhelele tshipembe -vhubvaḓuvha ha khona ya bada ya N1 na R525, kha bada ya Tshipise. Thambo dza muḓagasi dzi do dzheniswa u ya mukanoni hune dza ḓo ṱagana na thambo dza muḓagasi dza Zimbabwe, dzine dza bva Triangle tshine tsha wanala Zimbabwe vhukati. Vhupo ha vhubvaḓuvha na vhukovhela ha ḓorobo ya Musina vhu khou gudiwa.

Lefelo

Leina la mokgopedi Referentshe

Eskom Holdings SOC Limited Nomborondaula ya DEA : 14/12/16/3/3/2/629

Dzina la muthu ane a nga kwamiwa/ mueletshedzi

Eskom yo thola vha Baagi Environmental Consultancy cc sa mueletshedzi o ḓiimisaho nga eṱhe uri vha thome na mushumo wa EIA ine ya ṱoḓea u itela thandela yo dzinginywaho.

MUVHIGO WA MASIANDAITWA KHA VHUPO WO KHWINISWAHO U KHOU WANALA U ITELA U SEDZULUSWA Sa tshipiḓa tsha mushumo wa Tsedzuluso ya Masiandaitwa kha Vhupo (EIA) na u shela mulenzhe ha tshitshavha, vha khou rambiwa u sedzulusa Muvhigo wa Tsedzuluso ya Masiandaitwa kha Vhupo wo Khwiniswaho. Muvhigo hoyu u ela masiandaitwa ane a nga vha hone kha vhupo wa dovha wa themendela vhupo vhune ha takalelwa u itela ṱhoḓisiso yo dodombedzwaho. Muvhigo u ḓo wanala u itela tsedzuluso u bva nga ḽa 17 Luhuhi 2017 u swika ḽa 28 Ṱhafamuhwe 2017 fhethuvhupo vhu tevhelaho:

Leina la kgolaganyot/Mokgolaganyi

Eskom e thwetše Baagi Enviromental Consultancy cc bjalo ka Mokgolaganyi wa go ikema go šomana le go nyaka EIA wa maleba wa protšeke ye e akanywago.

PEGO YE E BEAKANTŠWEGO LESWA YA MAATLA A TIKOLOGO E GONA GO KA LEKOLWA

Bjalo ka karolo ya Tekolo ya Maatla a Tikologo (EIA) le tshepedišo ya go tšeya karolo go ditheeletšo tša setšhaba, o mengwa go lekola leswa Pego ya Tekolo ya Maatla a Tikologo. Pego ye e lekola maatla a a ka bago gona a tikologo ye e akanywago le go fana ka dikakanyo go lefelo leo le dungwago gore le nyakišišwe go ya pele. Pego e tla ba gona go ka lekolwa go tloga ka la 17 Febereware 2017 go fihla ka la 28 Matšhe 2017 mafelong ao a latelago:

Lefelo

Aterese

Fhethu

Ḓiresi

Nancefield Library

Nancefield Community Centre

Ḽaiburari ya Nancefield

Sentharani ya Tshitshavha ya Nancefield

Musina Municipality

21 Irwin Street, Musina

Elephant Inn / Sand River Resort

Sasol Garage N1 Highway

Masipala wa Musina Elephant Inn / Sand River Resort Beitbridge Shell Garage

21 Irwin Street, Musina Sasol Garage kha bada khulwane ya N1 Kha N1 vha tshi ṱoḓou swika Mukanoni wa Beitbridge

Beitbridge Shell Garage

N1 just before the Beitbridge Border Post Off the N1 Highway just South of Musina Town

Ofisini dza Vhugalaphukha ha Musina

Nga nnḓa ha bada khulwane ya N1 tshipembe ha Ḓorobo ya Musina

Musina Nature Reserve Office

Tshiṱitshini tsha Mapholisa tsha Musina

Flax Avenue Musina

Musina Police Station

Arali vha na minwe mihumbulo, vha humbelwa uri vha rumele mafhungo avho, mihumbulo na/kana mbilahelo dzavho nga ḽa kana hu sa athu swika ḽa 28 Ṱhafamuhwe 2017 kha:

Baagi Environmental Consultancy cc MUTHU ANE A KWAMIWA: Vho Tinashe Maramba IMEIḼI: Tinashe@baagi.co.za LUṰINGO: 012 993 0756/7 FEKISI: 012 993 0743 ḒIRESI YA POSWO: Postnet suite 412, Private bag x4, Menlo Park, Pretoria 0102 Khungedzelo iyi yo dzudzanywa ho imelwa vha Eskom Holdings SOC Limited

Flax Avenue Musina

Ge o na le seo o nyakago go se hlagiša, o kgopelwa go romela tshedimošo ya gago, dikakanyo gammogo le dipelaelo go dinomoro tša ka fase pele ga 28 Matšhe 2017:

Baagi Environmental Consultancy cc MOKGOKAGANYI: Mnr. Tinashe Maramba E-MAIL: Tinashe@baagi.co.za MOGALA: 012 993 0756/7 FEKESE: 012 993 0743 ATERESE YA POSO: Postnet suite 412, Private bag x4, Menlo Park, Pretoria 0102 Papatšo ye e dirilwe legatong la Eskom Holdings SOC Limited


LIMPOPO MIRROR

18 17 February 2017

TENDER NOTICE AND INVITATION for THE CONSTRUCTION OF COLD ROOMS for THE NWANEDI PACKHOUSE

MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

IN THE MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY IN THE VHEMBE DISTRICT OF LIMPOPO

BAOBAB MINING & EXPLORATION NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 2(4) OF INTERIM OF INFORMAL LAND RIGHTS ACT (ACT NO 31 OF 1996) AND THE INTERIM PROCEDURES GOVERNING LAND DEVELOPMENT DESICIONS WHICH REQUIRE THE CONSENT OF THE MINISTER OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM AS NOMINAL OWNERS OF THE LAND. AFFECTED FARM: Farm Fripp 645 MS is the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform State Land allocated to Venda Mphephu Tribe in terms of GN376/1968. The property is situated in the Makhado Local Municipality, within the Vhembe Magisterial District. Baobab Mining (Pty) Limited, owner of the Makhado Project, cordially invites all the Land Rights Holders residing on Farm Fripp 645 MS to attend the Land Rights Holders resolution meeting scheduled as follows:

In accordance with section 127(5) (a) (i) & (ii) of the Local Government Municipal Finance Management Act Number 56 of 2003 read with section 21A of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, the Accounting Officer hereby makes public the tabled Musina Local Municipality’s Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2016 and invites the local community to submit representations in connection with the 2015/2016 annual report. Take note that copies of the 2015/2016 Annual Report are available for perusal during office hours (07h00 to 16h00) at the following municipal service points: Musina Library (Civic Centre) Nancefield Library Nancefield Municipal Office Madimbo Thusong Centre Malale Satellite Office Mopani Satellite Office Harper Satellite Office Skoonplas Satellite Office In addition the Annual Report is available at website www.musina.gov.za Written representations on the 2015/2016 Annual Report must be submitted to one of the above service points or at the office of the Acting Municipal Manager by no later than Monday, 13th March 2017 at 12h00. Take note that subsequent to processing of the annual report by the Municipal Public Accounts Committee council will in accordance with section 129 of the Local Government Municipal Finance Management Act Number 56 of 2003 adopt an oversight report on the 2015/2016 annual report on or before the 31 March 2017 and make public an oversight report within 7 days as per section 129(3) of the Local Government Municipal Finance Management Act. For enquiries please contact Ms Legodi via telephone or fax or e-mail or post: Tel: 015 – 534 6100 Email: nkelel@musina.gov.za Fax: 015 534 2513 Post: Private Bag X611, MUSINA, 0900 Tel: 015 534 6100 Fax: 086 517 0049 Notice number 04/2017 9 February 2017

PURPOSE: To consult with and obtain resolution from the Land Rights Holders’ for the purpose of entering into a long term lease agreement on Farm Fripp for the construction and development of the Makhado Project, a hard coking and thermal coal mining operation, with a sixteen year life of mine. This will take place in terms of the Interim Protection of Informal Land Rights Act, 1996 (Act no.31 of 1996) and the Interim Protection of Informal Decision which require the consent of the Minister of the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR) as a nominal owner of the land. DATE:

Saturday 11 March 2017

TIME:

11h00

VENUE:

Makhado Centre of Learning, Farm Tanga

TN Tshiwanammbi Acting Municipal Manager

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID

The above scheduled meeting shall be facilitated by Department of Rural Development and Land Reform delegated official. Councillors, Mphephu Traditional Council, Community Leaders, Representatives and affected Land Rights Holders are encouraged to attend the above mentioned meeting in order to make the informed decisions about the Makhado project. Any person having an interest on the above mentioned portion of the subject piece of land must ensure that he / she is present or represented at the meeting on the date mentioned above.

BID NO

DESCRIPTION

BID 51/ 2016/ 2017

Supply and delivery of Traffic Uniform

BID PRICE R539-00

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NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 2 (4) OF INTERIM OF INFORMAL LAND RIGHTS ACT (ACT NO 31 OF1996) AND THE INTERIM PROCEDURES GOVERNING LAND DEVELOPMENT DECISIONS WHICH REQUIRE THE CONSENT OF THE MINISTER OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM AS NOMINAL OWNERS OF THE LAND AFFECTED FARM: Bulasi ya FRIPP 645 MS I wela fhasi ha tshiimiswa tsha Rural Development and Land Reform tshe tsha I vhea zwandani zwa ha Mphephu uya ngaha GN376/1968. Bulasi heyi I fhasi ha masipala wa Makhado, davhini la Vhembe. Baobab Mining (Pty) Limited, Tshimiswa tshine tsha langa thandela ya Makhado, vha khou ramba vho rabulasi vhothe na vhadzulapo vhothe vha Fripp 645 MS mutanganoni wa Land Rights Holders resolution une wa do vha wo ima nga ndila itevhelaho: U ambedzana na u swika kha thendelano na vhadzulapo malugana na u shumisa kana u hira bulasi ya Fripp hu u itela u thoma thandela ya Makhado ya mugodi wa malasha lwa minwaha ya fumi rathi. Hezwi zwido tevhedza milayo ine ya pfi Interim Protection of Informal Land Rights Act, 1996 (Act no.31 of 1996) na The Interim Protection of Informal Decision ine ya toda u thendelo ya minisita wa tshiimiswa tsha Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR) sa mulanguli wa bulasi o khethwaho.

DATUMU:

Mugivhela wa dzi 11 March 2017

TSHIFHINGA:

11h00

FHETHU:

Makhado Centre of Learning, Farm Tanga

EVALUATION CRITERIA

Ms Nethengwe A.M (015 962 7583 / 083 395 4433) or Ms Mudau P (015 962 7543 / 082 716 5011)

80/20 preference points system will be used. First stage evaluation in terms 100& minimum threshold for local production and content

Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirement: • Tax Clearance Compliance letter • Company registration documents (e.g. CK) • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates and taxes) in their area of jurisdiction. (Not older than Three (3) months) and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • List of similar executed successfully projects with clients contact details and contract value. Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report (Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers registered on the CSD. NB: Service providers must submit their certified BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANSAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting officer as contemplated in the corporation and Bee Rating certificate. Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and Its Regulations: Municipal finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); PPPFA, Supply Chain management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of 80:20 preferential points system. Only locally produced or manufactured textile clothing, leather and footwear from local raw material or input with a minimum threshold of 100% for local content will be considered. If the raw material or input to be used for a specific item is not available locally bidders should obtain written authorization from DTI should they be a need to import such raw material or input, and a copy authorization letter must be submitted together with the bid document at the closing date and time of the bid. The exchange rate to be used for the calculation of local production and content must be the exchange rate published by the South African Reserve Bank at 12h00 on the date of advertisement. Only bureau of standard (SABS) approved technical specification no 1288/2011 must be used to calculated local content. Sealed bid documents must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11:00 on 10 March 2017. All bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a Bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of the submission thereof. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned, completed by pencil, sent by telegraph, facsimile, electronically (Fax) or E-mail and without the compulsory requirements will be disqualified.

Mutangano uyu u do tshimbidzwa nga tshiimiswa tsha DRLR na Mphephu Traditional Council. Vho rabulasi vhothe, vhadzulapo na zwiimiswa zwothe vha khou humbelwa u da mutanganoni uri vha kone u dzhia tsheo i re na ndivho nga ha thandela ya Makhado. Munwe na munwe are na dzangalelo kana ane a kwamea nga iyi bulasi u tea uda kana u rumela muthu mutanganoni uyo wo bulwaho afho ntha. Arali vha tshi toda u pfesesa nga izwo zwo buliwaho afho ntha, vha kwame Nontlahla Magengenene-Tyente kha zwidodombedzwa zwi tevhelaho: Baobab Mining and Exploration (Pty) Ltd Telephone : 010 003 8020 E-mail address: makhado.project@gmail.com

CONTACT PERSON

Bid documents will be available as from the 21st of February 2017 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No. 02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou.

BAOBAB MINING & EXPLORATION

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Tender Notice and Invitation to Tender Tenders are hereby invited for the construction of Cold rooms for the Nwanedi Packhouse, at Nwanedi in the Vhembe District of the Limpopo Province. Tenderers should have a Minimum CIDB contractor grading of 3EC or 3ME for the Electrical and Mechanical sub-contractor if the Electrical and Mechanical works are to be sub-contracted. The project involves the the construction of 4 x coldrooms with an approximately area of 205 square meters. Tender documents will be obtainable from the 17th February 2017 from the Project Manager office, SMEC SA(Pty) Ltd - ATT : Erloo de Waal - 7 Rhodesdrift Street, Bendor, Polokwane, 0700; Tel : 082 807 6224, on payment of a non-refundable levy of R300.00 done by EFT, bank guaranteed cheques or cash. Duly completed tenders enclosed in a sealed envelope marked “TENDER: CONSTRUCTION OF COLD ROOMS for THE NWANEDI PACKHOUSE IN THE MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY IN THE VHEMBE DISTRICT OF LIMPOPO. CLOSING DATE: 24th February 2017 with the name of the Tenderer, shall be deposited at SMEC SA(Pty) Ltd –- 7 Rhodesdrift Street, Bendor, Polokwane, 0700 before 12h00 pm on the closing date. The tenders will be opened in public the same day at SMEC Office at 12.00 pm.

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17 February 2017 19

Makhitha teach Dynamos a lesson

Magezi FC hold Witbank Spurs to a 2-2 draw

By Kaizer Nengovhela Makhitha Iyarunga give Tshiozwi Dynamos a Sunday to remember when they beat them 4-1 in an MMK Administrators League match at Tshiozwi on Sunday. Dynamos managed to contain their opponents for the better part of the first half, but their original fighting spirit faded with time. Musandiwa Mahlari of

opening goal in the 24th minute. Magezi realized that it was not Last weekend marked the start- their day when Nevhulamba ing point of the second round missed a fortune late in the game. of the National First Division They were awarded a penalty (NFD). Magezi proved that they and Nevhulamba shot wide from really meant it when they said the white spot. Magezi moved they would escape the relegaone step up on the log, following tion axe at the end of the season the draw. They are now in the when they held Witbank Spurs second-last position on the log to a 2-2 draw at the Old Peter with 12 points accumulated from Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. 16 outings. The former Black Leopards In the other NFD matches, killer striker, Thembisani Nevhu- Black Leopards came back with lamba, proved his worth when he the maximum points from their scored Magezi’s second goal. This away match against Milano after Silas Maziya had scored the United which at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town. The full-time score was 2-1. Mziwokuthula Zimu and Khayalihke Shozi scored for Black Leopards while Milano’s solitary goal came via Julius Stemmer. The log leaders, Thanda Royal Zulu, continued to pave their way up by beating Mbombela United 2-1. Cape Town All Stars beat Santos 1-0 at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town. The University of Pretoria and Amazulu shared the glory, following their 1-1 draw at the Tuks Stadium in Pretoria. Real Kings lost 0-1 to FC Cape Town at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium in Durban. Mthatha Bucks and Jomo Cosmos played to a goalless draw at the Mthatha Stadium. Royal Eagles and Stellenbosch FC scored one goal apiece at the PrinThe scorer of Magezi’s second goal, cess Magogo Stadium in Thembisani Nevhulamba. Durban. By Frank Mavhungu

Iyarunga was the first player to go into the referee’s book. He tackled Nyathi Muvhango from behind and the referee was lenient enough to let him go with yellow. Iyarunga stamped their authority on the game in the 24th minute. Zwashu Maluka gave the ball the final touch, following a scramble within the box. Iyarunga’s Nditsheni Sikhwari did not live up to the fans’ expectations and

Tambulani Sithariof Iyarunga (left) tries to clear the ball from Nyathi Muvhango.

the team’s technical staff replaced him with Gift Ramashia early in the last half. Dynamos equalised in the 58th minute via Mashudu Nengovhela. The keeper of Iyarunga watched helplessly as the ball hit the back of the net. Moses Mabeba of Iyarunga scored his team’s second goal in the 67th minute. The third and fourth goals were scored in quick session by Mulalo Munzhedzi and Moses Mabeba.

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Mr Emmanuel Lugaga was recently appointed as the deputy principal of Eltivillas Primary School in Louis Trichardt.

Technical Enquiries: Chief Financial Officer Mr Mchavi N.D,at tel: (015) 960 2000. Complete Tender document sealed in an envelope marked the above mentioned bids, Must be deposited in the bid box, next to the entrance of: Vhembe District Municipality Offices, next to Khoroni Hotel (Former Venda Tusk Hotel) wherein the bids will be opened in public.

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The following documents are required and shall form part of the bid: CSD summary report, Tax Clearance Certificate, Company Registration Certificate, Proof of Purchased tender document receipt, Bidders Certified copy of ID Document, Proof that the bidder municipal business account or any of the directors municipal account is not in arrears (N.B.Municipal Clearance not older than three month), Audited Financial Statement and Certified BBBEE Verification certificate.

Notice is hereby given in terms of section 45 of the Supply Chain Management Policy that Vhembe District Municipality’s Supply Chain Management Policy implementation report for the period 1 October 2016 to 31 December 2016 is available for public inspection.

Late bid, telegraphic, e-mails or telefax transmission documents will not be accepted. Vhembe District Municipality reserves the right to accept a tender as a whole or in part and does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

The information will be available at the Municipality cashier’s office and our website at www.vhembe.gov.za

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LIMPOPO MIRROR

20 17 February 2017

Western Stars hammer Powerline

"Chigi" Netshiendeulu. Stars’ the score 3-1. Stars’ Hector third goal came in the 65th Mukwevho put matters beyond Madombidzha Western Stars minute, when Netshiendeulu doubt when he scored his hammered Zoutpansberg dribbled past three Powerline team's fourth goal in the 77th Powerline 4-2 in an MMK defenders in a row and scored minute. Administrators League match easily. A Powerline substitute, at Madabani on Sunday. Powerline were awarded a Jayson Maisha, scored his Stars took the game to penalty and Rudzani Nebulu team’s second goal with a their opponents from the first scored from white spot to make ground cutter. whistle, with their midfielders demonstrating a spirit of commitment by dishing out telling passes to the frontrunners from time to time. They could have sealed the game within the first 10 minutes, but their strikers were not lucky enough to convert their obvious chances into goals. Stars were the first to find the net. Their skilful fast forward, Tshilidzi Leshi, hooked in the ball after a scramble within the box. The youthful Powerline started to display defensive football after conceding the goal. They did not get far with this practice as their coach was heard instructing them to take the game to their opponents. In the second half, Stars were cooling the ball down in the middle of the park, giving their opponents no chance to do as they pleased. Percy Munonoka scored their second goal in the 46th minute after receiving a Rudzani Nebulu of Powerline with the ball and Thabelo Netbeautiful pass from Thabelo shiendeulu is running to defend. By Kaizer Nengovhela

The Vhembe District Municipality recently donated school shoes to barefoot pupils of Mamathieledzha Primary School in Ha-Sidou Village. The principal, Mr Mmbangiseni Nengwenani, said most of the parents were poor and could not afford the educational needs of their children. The acting executive mayor of the Vhembe district, Cllr Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya, said that the district municipality encouraged learners to take education seriously. In our photo, Lerule-Ramakhanya (far left) is trying to fit a pair of shoes to one the children. Mr Nengwenani (far right) is holding a pair of shoes, while some councilors and officials look on. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

A group of about 10 people living with disabilities in Pile near Ha-Rambuda have proven that to be disabled does not mean being unable. The driving force behind the Konanani Disabled People Project, Ms Lydia Nemafhohoni, said that the project, which breeds broiler chickens and sells fertilizer and sawdust, recently opened a shop that sells groceries. “Our project has been going from strength to strength since 2010, when the Department of Social Development funded the project with R 200 000 to help to build the chicken breeding structure, bought some breeding chicks and constructed the electricity supply. In 2012, the project received another boost, when the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development donated more than a 1 000 chicks." She added that they had won a competition for persons living with disabilities in agriculture in November 2016. In our photo, which was taken during a recent event at the project, Ms Veronica Motswi, the Director for Employee Wellness and Special Programmes (left) and Ms Lydia Nemafhohoni (in the wheelchair) hold chickens that are bred at the project, while some members and traditional leaders look on. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

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

NOTICE PROPOSED LEASE / DISPOSAL OF MUNICIPAL LAND(S) Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of section 79(18) of the Local Government Ordinance, 1939 (Ordinance 17 of 1939) as amended read together with section 21(4) of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000) that the Makhado Local Municipality is of the intention to lease / dispose the under-listed properties: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

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A portion of the Remainder of portion Relocation of rugby and soccer field Louis Trichardt 7 of the farm Bergvliet 288 LS Erf 108

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Elti Villas

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Makhado-A Extension 2

Any person who wishes to object to the exercise is called to lodge his/her objection in writing to the Municipal Manager at Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 or fax to number 015 516 5084 to reach his office by no later than 08 March 2017. Any person who cannot write may come to the Director Development Planning at office Number C001, first floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado during office hours from 7H00 to 13H00 and 14H00 to 16H00 on or before the 08 March 2017 where objections/comments or representations will be transcribed. All enquiries in this regard can be directed to The Director Development Planning Ms M D Sinthumule at 015 519 3295 or Mr E D Fungene at 015 519 3281. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 23 of 2017 File No: 7/3/2/3/9, 7/4/1/4, EE108

Akanani Rural Development Association

Position: Finance Officer 12 Months contract renewable based on performance and availability of funds Requirements: Grade 12 senior certificate, tertiary, national diploma or equivalent qualification in Financial accounting, project management. Two or three years’ experience in financial management. Functional knowledge of word processing. Pastel accounting system. Working knowledge of data handling and financial report writing, outlook, email and internet. Be prepared to travel. Skills and experts: Ability to work effectively in a team oriented environment. Be friendly and have a welcoming personality. Professional conduct on presentation and management. Detail oriented. Ability to prioritize work and work independently. Good written communication skills. Proactive in finding solution, excellent tracking and follow through on issues. Well organized, fluent in English, both written and verbal. Have valid driver’s license. Submit your application letter with your CV, Certified ID copy, Two Testimonial and qualifications to: The Executive Director, Akanani Rural Development Association, P. O. Box 43, Elim Hospital, 0960. Tel/Fax: (015) 556 3133/4342 Applicants with criminal records will not be considered. Closing date: 24 February 2017

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Percy Munonoka of Stars (left) is attacking, while Thomas Machaba attempts to intercept the ball.

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17 February 2017 21

Huge interest in ABC Vhembe derby much-needed victory will boost the team’s morale, winning the match will Local soccer fans are expected enhance Madridtas’ chances of winning to stream to the Tshifudi Stadithe league title. um tomorrow afternoon for the The Tshifudi-based side stands an much-awaited ABC Motsepe League outside chance of winning the league match between the Vhembe-based title, considering the fact that they are sides, Madridtas FC and Joe Maweja. currently lying in the sixth position on It will be time for Madridtas to collect the log. On the other hand, Maweja league points and restore their lost are fast recuperating after turning into pride after losing their two previous the league’s laughing stock in the last matches. month. Maweja let Giyani Hotspurs off Apart from the fact that the the hook by allowing them to come back By Frank Mavhungu

Madridtas defender Maduvha Mudologi.

from a 0-2 deficit to hold them to a 2-2 draw at the Tshifulanani Stadium last Saturday. Residents of Giyani will watch a double header at the Giyani Stadium. Bellevue Winners Park will meet Lephalale Young Killers at 13:00, while Giyani Hotspurs will lock horns with Great North FC later in the afternoon. Winners Park are currently leading the pack. Gawula Classic and Boyne Young Tigers will meet at Boyne, while Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) will host Mighty FC at the Tshifulanani Stadium. TTM lost 2-3 to Great North FC last Saturday. The Dolphins will have a date with Polokwane Academy in Polokwane and Mokopane Ratanang will undertake a journey to Polokwane United, and A1 Terrors and Molemole Academy will meet in Modimolle. The players to watch in the weekend’s matches are Maduvha Mudologi, Dakalo Nemakonde and Rofhiwa Netshiungani (Madridtas) and Khumbudzo Muvhango, Mashudu Maweja’s dribbling wizard, Mukhari and Tzanzi Khumbudzo Muvhango. Muruge (Maweja).

Maweja and Spurs draw

Madridtas striker Rofhiwa Netshiungani.

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

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By Frank Mavhungu In their ABC Motsepe League match at the Tshifulanani Stadium on Saturday, Joe Maweja let Giyani Hotspurs off the hook by sharing the spoils with them, following their 2-2 draw. Maweja were leading 2-0, but could not keep the Spurs strikers out of their danger area. The absence of Khongotela Mahlaule and their dribbling wizard, Khumbudzo Muvhango, in the starting line-up did not have much impact on the team’s performance as Maweja managed to play attacking football from the start. They opened their account in the 19th minute after Omphulusa Masotsha headed a free kick home. Maweja could have sealed the game during the first half, but their strikers were unluciky. Maweja were leading 1-0 when the referee blew the half-time whistle. The home Mashudu Mukhari of Maweja protects the ball, side increased the margin in the 57th min- while Eric Tshabalala of Hotspurs tries to intercept ute. Thetshelesani Tshipani beat the offside from behind. trap and blasted in a rocket from close range. Maweja introduced Pfarelo Ndou and sacrificed Takalani Mashila in the 64th minute. The visitors from Giyani scored their opening goal in the 74th minute. Maweja effected another change to their starting line-up soon afterwards. They replaced Aluwani Matodzi with Lufuno Tshidada. Their effort was not good enough to stop Hotspurs from scoring their second goal. Spurs found the equalizer in the 84th minute. Tinyiko Maluleke tried his luck from the 25-meter area with a volley. The keeper of Maweja watched helplessly as the ball hit the back of the net. Humbelani Nemasetoni of Maweja kicks the ball.

All interested service providers are hereby invited to submit written quotations and deliver them to Makhado Municipality’s tender box. QUOTATION NO

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MAK69/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for Supply and Delivery of Building material (Sand and Stone)

24 February 2017 at 12:00

MAK70/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for the Upholstery of Office Chairs at Dzanani Regional Office

24 February 2017 at 12:00

MAK71/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for the Supply and Delivery Plumbing Materials

24 February 2017 at 12:00

MAK72/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for the Supply of Material, Labour and Construction of Steel Palisade Fence at Makhado Tree Park

MAK73/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for the Supply of Material, Labour and Replacement of Toilets, Basin and Urinal Systems at Civic Centre

MAK74/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for the Supply and Delivery of Building Material at Dzanani Traffic station

24 February 2017 at 12:00

MAK75/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for the Supply and Delivery of Building Material (Flat Bar and TEK Screws)

24 February 2017 at 12:00

MAK76/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for Supply and Delivery of Cleaning Material

24 February 2017 at 12:00

CIDB Grading 01SQ

24 February Monday 20 February 2017 at 10H00 at 2017 at 12:00 Makhado Information centre

Monday 20 February 2017 at 12H00 at Council Chamber, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh street.

24 February 2017 at 12:00

Please Note: 1. Specifications of the quotations and MBD 6.1 and MBD 4 can be downloaded from the municipal website www.makhado.gov.za or a hard copy can be obtained from Supply Chain Management office B043, Civic Centre, No.83 Krogh Street, Makhado Municipality 2. For more information, enquiries must be directed to Ms TP Ntsieni, Ms AH Masete or Mr M Ramabulana at 015 519 3179/3129/3024 during office hours. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 29/2017 File No: 8/3/2/1

MR. M.J KANWENDO ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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22 17 February 2017

Madodonga Manyeleti, the soccer champions.

Rewards for best soccer teams By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

The Madodonga Manyeleti soccer team was crowned the champions during last weekend’s Stop Crime Day. The event was held under the auspices of Mamu Community Development and took place at the Mabaleng Sports Centre at Tshiozwi village in the Sinthumule area. Madodonga Manyeleti beat Tshiozwi Pat Mates 3-1 and took home R2 000 and a trophy. Tshiozwi Pat Mates received R1 000. The other teams that received recognition were Tshiozwi U/15 (trophy and 30 gold medals), Mpheni Home Defenders (trophy), and Mpho Tshipape received a trophy for being named player of the day. On the netball side, Gogobole were crowned champions after winning 26-16 against Tshiozwi. Gogobole received a trophy and 15 medals. The other activities of the day included a fun run, jumping castle play grounds, trampoline, and modern music dance. The general secretary of the Mamu Community Development, Mr Jafter Mamugudubi, thanked all participants and supporting stakeholders for making sure that the Stop Crime Day activities were successful. “We are looking forwarding to having more significant events where we continue to bring entertainment and talent scouting to our youths,” he said. “Our people enjoyed the event and activities very much. They were also pleased by the presence of the SAPS members from Tshilwavhusiku police station, who supported the event in full force.”

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Photographed are (from left to right) Messrs Jafter Mamugudub and Absalom Ramabulana (Soutpansberg Koelkamers), Mpho Tshipape (player of the day) and Messrs Robert Rathivhitha (Talisman Hire Makhado) and Tebogo Ratshivhungulu (Manyeleti chairperson).

Mikhado FC overpower Fighters in Total By Frank Mavhungu Mikhado FC secured a place in the semifinal stage of the SAFA Vhembe Total Challenge by beating Muswodi Happy Fighters 5-2 at the Makwarela Stadium on Sunday. As if they were going to bury Mikhado alive, Fighters were the first to blow the trumpet. They were awarded a free kick in the 35-meter area nine minutes into the game. Rinae Ndwammbi beat the keeper with a volley from

Rendani Thavhana of Mikhado chases the ball while Mbulaheni Munyai of Happy Fighters pulls him back.

the free kick. Lugisani Matodzi of Fighters was booked for dangerous play in the 19th minute. He tackled Mpho Mavhandu the rough way and the referee, Mr Rabelani Nemushungwa, was lenient enough not to give him his marching orders. The score was 1-1 after Mikhado found the equalizer in the 36th minute. Aluwani Nedzamba blasted in a rocket, following a scramble within the box. Rinae Ndwammbi was warned with a card

for tackling Ernot Dzaga illegally. Fighters took the lead in the 54th minute. Sakkie Munyai beat the offside trap and sent the keeper the wrong way. Mikhado did not panic, although time was fast running out for them. They effected three changes to their original team by introducing Aluwani Ndou, Lucky Masutha and Rendani Thavhana for Zwivhuya Mmbadaliga, Mpho Mavhandu and Phathutshedzo Thifhulufheli respectively. Masutha made his presence felt by scoring the equalizer in the 69th minute. Happy Fighters lost cohesion after Mikhado scored the equalizer. Mikhado continued to play like a team possessed in their search for the winning goal. Aluwani Nedzamba scored the third, following a square pass by Ndivhuwo Havhi. Ndivhuwo Havhi was on target in the 78th minute to make it 4-2. Rendani Thavhana of Mikhado was booked for a late tackle on Isani Neluheni. Mikhado’s last goal was scored by Rendani Thavhana in the dying minErnot Dzaga of Mikhado kicks the ball. utes of the game.

Rinae Ndwammbi of Happy Fighters (left) and Nicolus Sitsei of Mikhado chase the ball.

Vuledzani Mahosi of Mikhado kicks the ball while Lugisani Matodzi of Happy Fighters intercepts.


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Defenders in semi-finals of Total By Frank Mavhungu Mpheni Home Defenders are through to the semifinal stage of the Safa Vhembe Total Challenge, following their 6-5 victory over Makuya Junior Aces at the Makwarela Stadium on Sunday. The game was characterized by wasted scoring chances, with the keepers pulling off some great saves time after time. Mpho Ndou of Aces was the first player to go into the referee’s book. He found himself on the wrong side of the football laws after obstructing Lucky Munyai in the 14th minute. Defenders were the first to open their account. Trust Tshidumo forced his

way through the defence of Aces and beat the keeper with a ground cutter. It took Junior Aces 34 minutes to find the equalizer. Rinae Mokgonyana gave the ball a final touch after a scramble within the box. Nkhumbuleni Munyai of Junior Aces was reprimanded with a card in the 44th minute. He left the field of play to change his soccer boots without notifying the match officials. Home Defenders replaced their goal scorer, Trust Tshidumo, with Thabo Matuba four minutes into the last half. Junior Aces responded by introducing Lindelani Mudau and Vhutshilo Munyai for Omphulusa Masotsha and Takalani Thomani respectively moments

thereafter. Aces were reduced to 10 men in the 69th minute. Their Rastafarian midfielder, Mpho Ndou, was given his marching orders, following a second bookable offence. This after he had ignored the referee’s whistle and kicked the ball away. The game came to a halt for about 10 minutes after the players of Junior Aces confronted the referee, Mr Roy Mulaudzi, in anger, accusing him of favouritism. Aces played defensive football afterwards and the score was still 1-1 when the referee blew the final whistle. The winner was determined through penalty shootout. Defenders converted all five their chances while Aces missed one.

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Takalani Thanyani of Junior Aces (right) and Hector Mulaudzi of Home Defenders chase the ball.

Makhuvha Stars to face Rockers FC FET College vs Ngwenani Young Chief. Makhuvha All Stars will meet Stream D: Tshivhadzwaulu the current log leaders in Peace Makers vs ShayandiStream C of the MMK Adma Dynamos, Cobra Stars ministrators League, Rockers vs Tshakhuma RO, Phungo FC, in an important match All Stars vs Mutandani Pull at the Makwarela Stadium Together, Duthuni Happy tomorrow (Saturday). Boys vs Itsani United, BemThe Stream A matches are: bani FC vs Shayandima Disco Makovha Shooting Stars vs Shi- Five, Tshakhuma Nandilani gamani FC, Makovha All Stars vs Tshakhuma KK, Voweto vs Royal Arsenal, Mathieledzha Maximum Force vs Univen Blue Birds vs Matsakali Sky FC, Beuster Mighty Chiefs vs Rangers, Thohoyandou Devel- Gwamasenga United Brothers opment vs Dididi Mangweni, and Ramukhuba Young BrothSidou Peace Makers vs United ers vs Kalahari FC. Artists, Budeli United vs LangStream E: Zamenkomste utani Blue Birds, Mulenzhe FC vs Manavhela Black Aces, Shooting Stars vs Obet MinisMadombidzha Western Stars vs try and Tshivhulana Real Aces Maebane Young Eagles, Muravs Mudziafera Blue Eagles. leni United Brothers vs ZoutStream B: Mahagala Young pansberg Powerline, MakhStars vs Mukula Young Santos, itha Oscar Stars vs Tshiozwi Matangari Rissing Stars vs Dynamos, Makhitha Iyarunga Shadani Dangerous Scorpion, vs Mpheni Home Defenders, Makonde FC vs Tshilonwe Makhitha Up The Brooms vs Young Bombers, Tshilidzi Magua United and Gogobole Happy Fighters vs Gaba Union Bucs vs Rainbow Academy. Fighters, Tshaulu Powerline Stream F: Wayeni Sea vs Tshgaulu Ghetto Fighters, Robbers vs Mashamba BenKhubvi Dangerous Darkies vs fica, Bofulamato United vs Begwa FC, Jeff Cliff vs PhanMashamba Academy, Sereni dulaluvalo FC, Tshitasini City Home Boys vs Kuruleni Happy vs Matangari High Aims and Boys, Eleven Worries vs MuThenzheni Liverpool vs Tshifu- waweni Lucky Stars, Phadziri di XI Experience. FC vs Muila FC, Bokisi Scientists vs Tshipuseni All Stars, Stream C: Tshambovu Mahlari FC vs Mulima FC and Junior Aces vs Vondwe XI Bul- Valdezia Depotivo vs Valdezia lets, Mbilwi New Generation United. vs Mutuwa Brazilian, Gondeni Stream G: Tshivhidulu United vs Tshififi FC, Dolphins Hungry Lions vs Seven Stars vs Thembaluvhilo Seven Stars, United, Rabali Pull Together Themba Sunrise vs Shonisani vs Mauluma Black MamFC, Marula XI vs Maranzhe ba, Maelula New Mates vs Hungry Lions and Vhembe Milaboni Chop Them Down, Administrators League

Sangoma Black Robbers vs Edson Muraida, Mamvuka Black Robbers vs Tshituni Hot Spurs, Matanda Rockers vs Dopeni Mighty Comrades, Nzhelele Home Sweepers vs Nzhelele Young All Nation and Mikhado FC vs Nzhelele United Stars. Stream H: Muswodi Happy Fighters vs Anel Real Vikings, Bale United vs Tshisimani Top Challengers, Matshena Hungry Tigers vs Berea FC, Masisi Young Stars vs Tshiilamusi Super Eagles, Tshenzhelani Diiteleni FC vs Igwe FC, Lwathudwa Black Movers vs Musina United and Folovhodwe Stone Breakers vs Maramanzhi Mountain Sweepers. Sunday’s matches in Stream F are: Shamba Benfica vs Pahdziri FC, Tshipuseni All Stars vs Wayeni Sea Robbers, Muwaweni Lucky Stars vs Valdezia Depotivo, Valdezia United vs Madadzhi Eversmiling, Mashau Thondoni FC vs Mahlari FC, Mulima FC vs Bokisi Scientists, Muila FC vs Bofulamato, Makshamba Academy vs Sereni Home Boys and Kuruleni Happy Fighters vs Eleven Worries. Sunday’s Stream E matches are: Magau FC vs Mpheni Home Defenders, Rainbow Academy vs Mkahitha Up The Brooms, LTT Murunwa TVET College vs Gogobole Bucs, Maebane Young Eagles vs Muraleni United, Tshizowi Dynamos vs Zamenkomste FC, Makhitha Oscar vs Makhitha Iyarunga FC and Manavhela Black Aces vs Madombidzha Western Stars.

Emmanuel Mphephu of Home Defenders (left) controls the ball, while Mpho Ndou of Junior Aces attempts to intercept. Deadline: Tuesday 12:00 - No handwritten logs will be accepted

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Team Mulenzhe Masters Madzahisi Masters Goodville Masters Stamina Free Masters Mathule Masters Saselemani Masters Shayandima Masters Table Newcomers Masters Jerome Masters Itsani Masters Dzwerani Masters Mount Riders Masters Tshivhungululu Masters Havhavha Masters Duthuni Masters Tsia Mutsha Masters Tshipako Masters Lwamondo Utd Masters Makhuvha Masters Vuwani Masters G.Eleven Masters Nesengani Masters

SAFA Vhembe: Masters League Played Won Draw Lost 25 19 3 3 26 19 2 5 23 18 4 1 23 17 3 3 24 16 5 3 24 17 0 7 24 16 0 8 25 13 6 6 23 12 4 7 23 12 3 8 25 11 3 11 25 11 1 13 24 10 3 11 24 9 3 12 23 9 3 11 25 7 2 16 22 5 4 13 24 5 1 18 24 4 2 18 25 4 1 20 26 3 1 22 25 2 0 23

For 154 140 96 85 106 95 111 76 96 83 63 101 66 79 71 61 65 52 31 46 24 41

Against Points 54 60 69 59 35 58 26 54 58 53 40 51 70 48 46 45 42 40 50 39 71 36 105 34 68 33 74 30 84 30 99 23 116 19 97 16 155 14 89 13 115 10 179 6

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

SAFA/MMK Administrators A Played Won Draw Lost 12 8 3 1 13 7 4 2 11 7 3 1 12 7 3 2 13 6 3 4 10 5 3 2 11 4 5 2 12 4 5 3 13 5 2 6 13 2 5 6 10 2 4 4 11 2 3 6 10 1 5 4 11 2 2 7 10 1 2 7 8 0 2 6

For 28 19 25 20 19 15 20 29 12 20 11 10 8 14 13 6

Against Points 10 27 10 25 9 24 7 24 17 21 12 18 11 17 22 17 18 17 26 11 13 10 19 9 17 8 27 8 27 5 24 2

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

SAFA/MMK Administratorse: B Played Won Draw Lost 12 10 0 2 11 7 4 0 11 7 3 1 11 4 7 0 11 5 3 3 11 5 3 3 12 5 2 5 11 3 5 3 11 4 2 5 12 3 5 4 10 3 4 3 10 3 3 4 12 3 2 7 9 3 1 5 10 2 3 5 11 2 2 7 10 2 2 6 7 2 0 5 8 1 1 6

For 30 20 23 19 19 11 18 18 17 13 16 12 14 7 12 10 8 6 10

Against Points 9 30 9 25 6 24 12 19 13 18 10 18 16 17 18 14 19 14 16 14 15 13 20 12 18 11 14 10 17 9 17 8 21 8 12 6 21 4

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

SAFA/MMK Administrators: C Played Won Draw Lost 12 10 2 0 9 7 0 2 10 5 3 2 10 5 3 2 10 4 3 3 11 4 3 4 8 3 5 0 11 2 6 3 9 3 2 4 9 3 2 4 11 2 5 4 10 1 5 4 9 2 1 6 7 1 2 4 7 0 3 4 9 0 3 6

For 40 22 15 9 23 14 9 7 8 10 9 9 6 5 3 5

Against Points 12 32 8 21 11 18 5 18 16 15 13 15 6 14 15 12 9 11 12 11 12 11 17 8 26 7 10 5 7 3 15 3

Team Gwamasenga Untd Bros Tshakhuma RO United Tshivhazwaulu P Makers Shayandima Disco Five Voweto Maximun Force Tshakhuma KK Revoltu Kalabari FC Shayandima FC Dynamos Itsani United Mutandani Pull Tog Ramukhuba Y Brothers Duthuni Happy Boys Beuster Mighty Chiefs Univen Fc Phungo All Stars Cobra Stars FC Tshakhuma Na Ndilani Bembani FC

SAFA/MMK Administrators D Played Won Draw Lost 11 8 2 1 10 7 2 1 12 6 4 2 12 5 5 2 12 5 5 2 12 5 3 4 12 5 3 4 12 5 3 4 12 4 5 3 13 5 2 6 12 4 4 4 11 4 3 4 10 4 3 3 12 3 3 6 12 3 3 6 12 2 3 7 10 1 2 7 11 0 1 10

For 21 17 16 18 12 23 12 18 10 14 12 17 12 13 6 12 5 3

Against Points 6 26 5 23 11 22 10 20 9 20 17 18 8 18 16 18 10 17 16 17 13 16 10 15 12 15 20 12 15 12 21 9 17 5 25 1

Team Makhitha Oscar Stars Western Stars LTT Murunwa TVET Maebane Y Eagles Mpheni Home Def Makhitha Iya Runga Muraleni Unt Brothers Zoutpansberg Powerline Madombidzha Arsenal Zamenkoste FC Tshiozwi Dynamos Makhitha Up The Brooms Manavhela Black Aces Magau United Rainbow All S Academy Gogobole Bucs

SAFA/MMK Administrators: E Played Won Drawn Lost 12 8 4 0 11 7 4 0 12 7 3 2 11 6 4 1 9 7 0 2 10 5 2 3 11 4 4 3 13 4 3 6 13 4 1 8 11 4 1 6 10 4 1 5 10 3 3 4 11 1 5 5 11 1 5 5 11 1 2 8 12 1 2 9

For 23 20 22 13 17 22 21 26 20 14 12 11 8 9 10 4

Against Points 8 28 11 25 13 24 6 22 7 21 18 17 16 16 25 15 20 13 17 13 19 13 10 12 11 8 20 8 24 5 27 5

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

Played 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Lost 0 4 5 6 4 5 5 2 6 6 6 6 9 6 8 7

For 32 35 19 25 25 18 19 22 20 22 23 18 21 14 12 11

Against Points 11 38 22 26 22 25 20 24 21 24 16 23 18 23 18 22 23 22 19 20 29 20 19 18 32 17 20 16 26 12 20 11

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

SAFA/MMK Administrators: F Played Won Draw Lost 8 7 0 1 7 5 2 0 8 5 2 1 8 4 2 2 7 3 3 1 7 3 2 2 8 3 2 3 7 3 1 3 8 2 4 2 7 3 1 3 8 2 2 4 7 1 4 2 6 2 1 3 6 1 3 2 7 1 2 4 7 1 1 5 7 0 3 4 5 0 1 4

For 12 14 9 10 11 8 7 13 6 9 10 6 4 5 3 7 4 0

Against Points 3 21 3 17 2 17 6 14 7 12 7 11 7 11 9 10 6 10 10 10 10 8 9 7 9 7 7 6 10 5 12 4 8 3 13 1

Team Matanda Rockers Rabali Pull Together Tshituni Hot Spurs Mikhado FC Edson Muraida FC Mauluma Black Mamba Seven Untd Brothers Tshivhilidulu H Lion Dopeni Mighty Comb Maelula New Mates Sangoma Black Rob Nzhelele Y All Nations Mamvuka Black Stars Nzhelele United Stars Milaboni Chop T Down Nzhelele Home Sweeper

SAFA/MMK Administrators: G Played Won Draw Lost 13 8 4 1 13 7 5 1 13 6 6 1 11 7 2 2 13 7 2 4 10 6 2 2 13 6 2 5 11 4 5 2 10 4 4 2 13 4 4 5 13 4 2 7 11 4 2 5 13 1 5 7 11 0 4 7 11 0 3 8 11 0 2 9

For 21 18 22 35 19 21 18 12 15 19 13 10 11 3 10 6

Against Points 11 28 9 26 10 24 11 23 14 23 15 20 17 20 6 17 13 16 18 16 21 14 19 14 23 8 17 4 26 3 23 2

Team Musina United ANEL REAL VIKINGS Bale United Tshiilamusi Super Eagl Matshen Hungry Lions Lwathudwa Black Movers Masisis Youth Stars Folovhodwe Stone Brea Tshenzheleni Diitele Tshisimani Top Challa Muswodi Happy Fight Igwe Fc BEREA F.C Maramanzhi M Sweepers

SAFA/MMK Administrators: H Played Won Draw Lost 12 6 4 2 13 5 6 2 12 5 6 1 11 5 4 2 12 5 3 4 12 4 3 5 10 4 3 3 11 2 8 1 13 3 5 5 13 3 5 5 12 3 4 5 10 2 5 3 10 3 1 6 13 3 1 9

For 31 18 17 19 16 21 11 14 10 10 7 13 9 13

Against Points 12 22 11 21 10 21 15 19 19 18 21 15 11 15 12 14 14 14 17 14 8 13 16 11 11 10 32 10

Team Rambuda Young Fight Mulodi Young Santos Ficus Fc Muledzhi Fire Boys Mulodi Freedom Birds Makuya Try Again Lukau FC Mutale Vikings Madzivhanani P United Sambandou Untd Prof Makuya Junior Aces Thengwe Flying Peace Phaphama All Stars Musunda UNTD Brothers Mabila Home Defenders Lurangwe The Angels Muhuyu Copper Stars Tshixwadza brazilians

SAFA/MMK Administrators: I Played Won Draw Lost 13 10 2 1 12 8 1 3 13 7 4 2 11 6 3 2 13 6 3 4 13 5 4 4 11 5 3 3 11 4 5 2 12 5 2 5 13 4 4 5 9 4 3 2 13 3 6 4 11 4 2 5 10 3 3 4 12 2 4 6 10 1 1 8 12 0 4 8 11 0 2 9

For 28 24 20 23 19 26 14 21 19 15 9 18 15 10 14 11 10 8

Against Points 10 32 15 25 12 25 10 21 13 21 19 19 10 18 19 17 18 17 22 16 8 15 18 15 16 14 12 12 21 10 23 4 25 4 33 2

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

Played 17 17 15 14 11 17 17 17 15 15 17 15 16 16 17 16

Absa Premiership Won Draw 9 4 8 6 7 7 8 4 8 1 5 8 6 5 4 8 5 4 4 7 5 3 3 6 3 6 3 5 2 8 2 6

For 23 23 26 23 25 21 19 16 16 15 17 16 9 13 19 13

Against Points 18 31 14 30 10 28 12 28 6 25 22 23 24 23 18 20 13 19 23 19 25 18 17 15 15 15 22 14 33 14 22 12

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Won 11 7 7 7 6 6 6 4 6 5 5 4 5 3 2 1

Draw 5 5 4 3 6 5 5 10 4 5 5 6 2 7 6 8

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

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24 17 February 2017

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Can Mbombela stop Leopards? By Frank Mavhungu With the NFD league programme gradually coming to an end, teams will be fighting for promotion and to avoid relegation this weekend. Four matches will be played tomorrow and four on Sunday. It remains to be seen whether Mbombela United will have the strength to stop Black Leopards when they meet at the Kanyamazane Stadium in Nelspruit tomorrow. The last time Mbombela and Black Leopards met in a league clash was back in November last year. They played to a 2-2 draw at the Thohoyandou Stadium. While a victory will be good for the Mpumalanga team to restore their pride, Lidoda Duvha

Leopards’ slender striker, Ivan Mahangwahaya.

must win the match in order to keep their title hopes alive. Leopards’s front runners, Ivan Mahangwahaya, Mwape Musonda and Leonard Ntshangase, are expected to keep the United team running for cover throughout the game. Mbombela will pin their hopes on Lazarus Dlamini and Freddy Dlomo for goals. Witbank Spurs and Cape Town All Stars will meet at the Puma Rugby Stadium in Emalahleni. The Cape Town derby between Stellenbosch FC and FC Cape Town will be staged at the Athlone Stadium. Mthatha Bucks will undertake a journey to Pietermaritzburg. Their match against Royal Eagles will be staged at the Harry Gwala Stadium. Both Royal Eagles and Mthatha Bucks shared the spoils with their opponents in their matches last weekend. Sunday will see Santos host Milano United at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town. A KZN derby between Thanda Royal Zulu and Amazulu will be played at the Umhlatuze Sports Complex in Richards Bay. Thanda Royal Zulu are currently leading the pack, while Amazulu are one of the close contenders for the league title. Magezi FC will host the University of Pretoria at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane, while Real Kings and Jomo Cosmos will test each other’s strength at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium in Durban.

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Heavy fine for Lidoda Duvha By Frank Mavhungu Black Leopards FC are still battling to come to terms with the outcome of the Premier Soccer League disciplinary committee’s hearing. During its meeting held at the league’s offices last Wednesday evening, the committee found Black Leopards and the club’s chairman, Mr David Thidiela, guilty of verbally abusing a match official. The case relates to an incident that took place during a NFD League match between Leopards and Royal Eagles at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Saturday, 17 December last year. During the meeting it was proven that Mr Thidiela had verbally abused a match official, Mr Anwar Alexander, before the game started. Although he pleaded not guilty to the charges, both Thidiela and his club were found guilty as charged. The club was sentenced to a fine of R200 000, which was wholly suspended for two years. Thidiela was sentenced to a fine of R200 000, of which R150 000 was suspended for two years. Apart from the monetary sanction, Thidiela was further sentenced to a four-match ban from matches, also similarly suspended for two years. Thidiela and his club were jointly ordered to pay the costs of the sittings of the disciplinary Mr David committee. Thidiela.

Leopards’ playmaker, Leonard Ntshangase.


17 February 2017 - Limpopo Mirror