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ANC councillor under fire By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Members of the Sinugani branch of the ANC toyi-toyied in front the Sinugani branch secretary’s and ward councillor’s house on Sunday afternoon at Ha-Magau village in the Sinthumule area. The group, comprised largely of women, demonstrated in front Cllr Selinah Mamatsiari’s house at Ha-Magau village. They sang political songs, which were meant to unsettle and upset the Ward 23 councillor. One song in particular said that Mamatsiari joined the ANC because she was hungry and needed an opportunity to fill her greedy stomach. The only placard which the demonstrators carried read: “Fhasi nga u sa da mitanganoni fhasi (Down with the tactics of not attending meetings, down)”. The group was led by Sinugani branch chairper-

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she is irresponsible,” said Mutepe. “She holds no respect for the people who voted her in.” However, the ANC regional secretary, Mr Khathu Netshifhefhe, was appalled and shocked by the behaviour of the Sinugani branch members who toyi-toyied in front the councillor’s house. “If an executive member of the ANC branch fails to attend meetings at least three times in a row, as they are alleging, the branch knows the right channels of communication to follow,” said Netshifhefhe on Tuesday. “It’s strange and uncommon for ANC members to go and demonstrate in front of an ANC councillor’s home. We’ll investigate the matter and disciplinary action might be taken against those who are in the wrong.” Cllr Mamatsiari says that the toyi-toying has nothing to do with her not coming to meetings, because the deputy secretary always attends the meeting in cases where she

(Mamatsiari) has sent an apology. She states that the whole thing was orchestrated by former Ward 23 councillor Jeanet Matumba. “I am now living in fear because of Matumba and her followers,” she said. “I hear that she used her car to deliver the people to toyi-toyi in front of my house. But I’ll use the relevant channels to address this issue with the ANC regional office.” Mamatsiari’s daughter, Fulufhelo, witnessed the demonstration from behind the fence of her home. She said that she did not wish to see the violence and damage to property, as seen in the national media, happen to her home. “My 16-yearold nephew has been experiencing nightmares after those people had come here,” she said. “I’m worried because he’s about to write exams. How is he going to concentrate? They said they were coming back.”


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2 19 October 2012 School News

By Elmon Tshikhudo

Lim second in national Road Safety Debate The national Road Safety Debate took place in Maanda Phathela and Candy Musekene, were deCape Town on 10 and 11 October, where the baters of Louis Trichardt High School. The team Limpopo team was the runner-up. left for Cape Town on 9 October. Two of the five members of the Limpopo team, Teacher and coach Ms Annemie Grobler gave account of the nail-biting competition. “In the first round, Limpopo competed agains KwaZulu-Natal. KZN was not excluded from the competition as they were the best of the losing teams and thus competed against Mpumalanga,” said Ms Grobler. In the second round, Limpopo competed against North West Province and beat them convincingly. Limpopo thus reached the final round. “As KZN had won in their round against Mpumalanga, we faced them again in the final round. The final round was staged on Thursday (11th) at a gala event … although the Limpopo team put up a memorable and convincing show, the debate was The national Road Safety Debate took place awarded in KZN’s favour,” Grobler said. in Cape Town on 10 and 11 October, where Numerous high-profile delegates attended the the Limpopo team was the runner-up. Two of function, including Minister Dikobe Ben Martins, the five members of the provincial team were the new Minister of Roads and Transport. debaters of Louis Trichardt High School. Each Besides Maanda and Candy, the provincial one in the Limpopo team was awarded a desktop team consisted of Nepo Seroke, Gavaza Mbule computer, android tablet and R3000. From left and Adeel Munshi. Each one in the Limpopo team to right are Candy Musekene, Maanda Phathela was awarded a desk top computer, android tablet and Ms Annemie Grobler. and R3000. Crime

Man (18) charged with rape of girl An 18-year-old man appeared in the Tshilwavhusiku Magistrate’s Court on a charge of rape, which allegedly took place on 16 September. Mutshidzi Muravha is alleged to have raped a 15-year-old pupil at Manavhela village. It appears that the teachers at the pupil’s school noticed that the girl was

not as happy as they knew her to be and suspected that something might have happened to her. The victim informed the teachers about the incident, and the principal then called her mother to tell her that her daughter had allegedly been raped. The spokesperson for the Tshilwavhusiku police, Const Munyadziwa Marindi,

said that the victim’s mother then went to the school, where her daughter stated that she had been raped. “The police were alerted about the incident and the girl was taken to the hospital, where a doctor examined her,” said Const Marindi. The case was postponed to 6 November. He remains in custody.

Madzivhandila chieftainship in court battle Chieftainship battles are an age-old tradition in the Venda culture, which led to people saying Vhuhosi vhu naka nga u vhangwa, which loosely translates into “A chieftaincy is not comfortable if not contested.” Not long ago, senior traditional leaders in Venda hauled each other before the courts in a bid to stop the throne of the Vhavenda going to the Ramabulana. The case was recently finalised in favour of Toni Mphephu as the rightful Vhavenda King. Just before the dust could settle, another bitter struggle for chieftainship has erupted. Two feuding factions at Tshakhuma are vying for the Madzivhandila chieftainship, the throne left vacant when Chief Andries Mavhungu Madzivhandila passed away in 2010. One of the factions, led by Wilbert Madzivhandila of the Tshakhuma royal council, recently installed a chief. The other faction, led by acting chief Naledzani Madzivhandila, who was appointed by the Madzivhandila royal family, opposed the move. The royal family is purported to be the only custodian of the chieftaincy

of the Madzivhandila traditional community that has the power to choose a chief. The matter is now in the hands of the court. Court C at the Limpopo High Court, sitting in Thohoyandou, was packed to capacity with supporters from the two factions during an application by the “acting chief faction” a fortnight ago. The faction lodged an urgent application and sought an interim interdict and other relief. Acting Judge P Z Ebersohn ruled that the application was indeed urgent. He issued an order, pending the finalization of the review application, calling upon Thikhathali Madzivhandila, Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale and Mukandangalwo Madzivhandila to show cause why the order should not be granted and made final. He suspended the recognition of Thikhathali Madzivhandila as chief of the Madzivhandila traditional community. Premier Cassel Mathale was ordered to suspend the appointment certificate (if already issued) or to stop the process of issuing the certificate of recognition. Mathale was also ordered to stop all the privileges enjoyed by Thikhathali Madzivhandila.

In addition, the court issued an order that Wilbert Madzivhandila should not organize any meeting whereby Thikhathali Madzivhandila would be appointed as chief of the Madzivhandila traditional community. This also means that no celebratory function in recognition of Thikhathali Madzivhandila as chief of the Tshakhuma traditional community can be held. Mukandangalwo Madzivhan­ dila, chairperson of the Tshakhuma royal council, said what was happening would make the late chief turn over in his grave. “When the chief was still alive, these people were nowhere to be seen near him, but now they stand and are claiming the position,” he added. Reacting through his advisor, King Toni Mphephu said that he had noted the judgement and he was of the view that the courts did not solve chieftainship issues, but the relevant families did. He said if families failed to reach consensus, the matter could be referred to the provincial house of traditional leaders. He also appealed to the Madzivhandila royal house to handle the matter with care.

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Some of the khadzis who came to support the acting chief in court. By Kaizer Nengovhela

Young Benny’s soccer star laid to rest The 16-year-old soccer player, Andani “Andile” whole soccer fraternity was saddened by the tragic Kutama, who had collapsed and tragically loss of a talented player, who paid the ultimate price passed away during a football match in Durban for his love of football. earlier this month, was buried at TshiendeuluHe promised that Safa would continue to work Tshavhakolo on Friday night. towards providing better and safer playing condiThe formal ceremony, however, was held on tions. Saturday at Tshikhwarani village. The president of Sasfa, Mr Mandla “Shoes MaziA visibly upset family representative, Vhamu- buko, said they were “in great pain” after losing one sanda Vho-Ntanagnedzeni Kutama, told mourners of their favourite young soccer players. that the family had accepted the loss, although it The head coach of Benny’s Care, Mr Justice was difficult for them to cope. “It will be very dif- Matloga, said that although the academy accepted ficult for us to live without him. God has done His what had happened, it would be difficult to forget will and there is nothing we can do to reverse the that death had robbed the institution of a skilful situation. We are devastated, but the encourage- young player. ment we received from the South African Football Association (Safa) and the South African Schools Football Association (Sasfa) gave us the courage to continue with life,” he added. During the ceremony, the president of Safa, Mr Kirsten Nematandani, said the soccer fraternity had suffered a setback after losing the young player, who was still to show his skills. “We acknowledge his contribution to soccer and we thank God for giving him to us, even if it was for only a short period,” Nematandani A family member consoles the grieving mother, Ms Mokgadi Kutama said. He added that the (left).


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Waterval High School held their matric dance at Bubha Game Lodge on Friday evening. In the picture are (from left to right) Boss Baloyi, Musa Mangwani, Khanyisa Baloyi, Mulunghisi Chauke, Vutomi Khosa, Akani Maluleke, Basil Selowa, Lilly Mangollo, Lesley Ndobe and Mahlori Mabasa. By Silas Nduvheni

Greater Mapungubwe Heritage Route launched The premier, Mr Cassel Mathale, said the provincial government would inject more than R2 million into completing the Mapungubwe Museum and Interpretation Centre in the next financial year, so that research students could be accommodated. Besides preserving culture and artefacts, the move is also aimed at promoting tourism in the province, Mathale said. “We want researchers and scholars to do their archaeological research projects at Mapungubwe under one roof. In the past, some archaeological artefacts of Mapungubwe were kept at Wits University and the University of Pretoria, and our research students were forced to travel long distances,” said Premier Mathale. Mathale was speaking over the weekend during

the launch of the Greater Mapungubwe Heritage Route in Mapungubwe National Park. He was joined by the acting chief executive officer of the Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA), Mr Fixon Hlongwani, the MEC for Economic Development, Environment and Tourism, Ms Pinkie Kekana, the Chief Whip of the National Parliament, Dr Mathole Motshekga, Vhembe District Executive Tshitereke Matibe and various mayors and traditional leaders. Mathale said tourism was one of the economic backbones in the province and urged the communities to promote the Mapungubwe Heritage Site. The opening of the Greater Mapungubwe Heritage route was part of the 2012 Vhembe Carnival, where the district welcomed visitors from Zimbabwe and Botswana to the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site, the sacred Lake Fundudzi and the Dzata Museum. Mr Fixon Hlungwani urged residents of Limpopo to explore the cultural landscape and heritage hub of the Mapungubwe Heritage Site, as this will help to increase tourism along the route. “This is billed to be a major tourism draw card to the province and will boost Limpopo’s domestic tourism. The major boost to us is our strategic location as we are a The premier, Mr Cassel Mathale (second from left), explains how the gateway to other parts Mapungubwe Heritage Route will benefit the people in the province of the continent. The to the MEC for Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and success of the initiative Tourism, Ms Pinkie Kekana, while the acting mayor of the Vhembe will be for the benefit of District Municipality, Cllr Lucas Manyuha, and the acting chairperson the entire country,” said of the Limpopo Tourism Agency Board, Mashilo Matsetela, look on. Hlungwani.

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Officials of the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) at the Beit Bridge border post have intercepted three haulage trucks loaded with stolen copper cables to the value of about R70 000. ZIMRA spokesperson Mr Canisio Mudzimu said the first incident occurred last Monday. A truck intending to cross the border into South Africa was intercepted with 226 kg of scrap copper, concealed in a tyre, disguised as a spare wheel. “We have since established that most of the copper belongs to a local telephone company. Upon arrest, the driver’s explanation was that he had offered transport to the female owner of the tyres, who, he claimed, was taking them to South Africa for repair. Both the driver and the passenger were arrested and they are in police custody,” he said. In the second incident, which occurred on Thursday, ZIMRA officials intercepted a truck with 610 kg of stolen copper. “The copper cables were hidden in two tyres,” he said. “We intercepted the third truck shortly after the second. About 350 kg of copper cable, hidden under a folded tent, was discovered in the truck,” said Mudzimu. Police confirmed the arrests, saying they were continuing with investigations. The suspects are expected to appear in court soon, while a manhunt for their accomplices has since been launched. “As ZIMRA, we have noted that theft, vandalism and smuggling of copper cables are derailing the economic recovery process and hence we are responding to the proliferation of these vices by making smuggling a profitless enterprise through innovative strategies,” said Mudzimu. He said they were working with the police in curbing rampant smuggling occurring at Beit Bridge border post.

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Lucrative prizes for Tshivenda musicians “A need to groom youth of the future” Excitement and hype have been ignited among Tshivenda music artists. This follows the recent launch of the first ever Tshivenda music awards. It took place at the Khoroni Hotel last Wednesday. Many in the music industry, including producers, musicians, sponsors and politicians attended the launch. It was announced that the main event will take place on 17 November. It will be sponsored by the Khoroni Hotel, Vodacom and Phalaphala FM. Two legendary local musicians, Irene Mawela and Paul Mulaudzi, have been nominated for lifetime achievement awards. According to the father of the idea, Mr Lutendo Nekhwevha, they have put aside R150 000 to finance the prizes. He said the awards would give a platform to

recognize, promote and reward local artists who used the indigenous Tshivenda language while contributing to the growth and development of the entertainment industry in the region. Nominees are already identified in the divisions for best Tshivenda gospel, traditional and hip-hop music. The winners will be determined by votes through an SMS line, though there are categories that will be adjudicated by a panel of judges. Speaking during the launch, Vhembe's executive mayor, Tshitereke Matibe, said he fully supported the initiative and that the council would also put the event on next year's budget. He said he was concerned that, with music piracy being rife, artists were having a tough time, with most of them barely able to survive. “We will not

come as guests next year, but we will support this initiative,” he added. The sponsors, namely Phalaphala FM station manager Freddy Sadiki, Yolanda Bester, marketing manager at Khoroni Hotel, and Vodacom Limpopo's Ishmael Hlomane said they were all excited to be associated with the awards. The awards have ignited a lot of interest among the artists. One of the nominees, Lufuno Dagada, said the awards were long overdue. “We have been hearing about awards in other areas, but Tshivenda artists have been neglected for a long time. This will inspire artists to be more creative and come up with meaningful songs,” said Dagada.

Youths under the banner of the Church of the Holy Ghost from all over the country gathered at the Thohoyandou Town Hall a fortnight ago for their annual youth convention. The youth convention started on Saturday and ended on Sunday morning. Several day and evening services were held during the event. The camp ended on a high note when the church prayed for the prosperity of all youths in their different fields. The leader of the church, Archbishop Phelelani Nzuza, who was supposed to be the guest of honour, could not attend it, as he is on study leave in Spain. His message motivating the youth was read during the convention.

The convener of the event, Ms Grace Cibi, said the day was a vision of the late Archbishop Nzuza in 1990. He told the church that there was a need to groom the youth for the future of the church and the country. The day has since grown by leaps and bounds and has become a very important day on the calendar of the church. "We are grooming future leaders. We teach them how to conduct themselves in a Christian fashion and to encourage them towards positive things," said Cibi. She said most of the services during the function were led by the youths themselves, with the elders just keeping watch that

things were done the right way. Reverend Nathaniel Mudau urged the youths to focus on whatever they were doing. He urged those studying to be more dedicated to their studies as the exams were approaching. "Exam times are here and this tends to be the most difficult times for most students. There is no miracle in passing exams. Even if we pray for them and they do not study, it will not help them,” he added. "We are also making a call for them to abstain from unbecoming behaviour like indulging in alcohol, drugs and premarital sex as it will destroy their future. Times are bad as we have diseases that could destroy them," he said.

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20 Years for raping daughter A 48-year-old man from Vumbachikwe village outside Beit Bridge has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for raping his 13-year-old daughter several times. The man was convicted on his own plea by a local regional magistrate, Mr Joseph Mabeza. It was testified that during the night of 1 August this year, he had entered into the bedroom where the victim was sleeping with her younger sister. While inside the room, he ordered his younger daughter, who was still

awake, to sleep. When the younger sister was asleep, the man ordered the victim to proceed to his bedroom, but she refused. He dragged her to his bedroom, pushed her on to the bed and raped her. He also threatened to kill her if she disclosed the matter to anyone. He raped his daughter several times, until 27 August when the complainant’s suspicious cousin reported The managing director of Reri’s Insurance Brokers, Mr David Mureri, donated a week-long holiday in Durban to Bishop the matter to the police, leading to the Roxley Masevhe and four members of his church, the Itsani branch of the Devine Grace Fire Temple. According to father’s arrest. Mureri, the donation was part of the social responsibility programme of his company. He said Reri’s had funded different community projects in the past and it was their responsibility to empower and develop the community that supported Notice them. “As a company, it is our responsibility to give back the little we gained from the community. We have donated over R180 000 to different community projects in the past few months and we hope to make more donations in the future for the benefit of our community.” “We feel very proud and honoured to see that local businesspeople are supporting us,” said Masevhe. The group will spend the whole week in a five-star hotel in Durban. Photographed shortly before the group left The Soutpansberg Astronomy Club will have its on 079 148 4934 for were, from left to right, Mesdames Jeaneth Nemauluma (Reri’s) Sharon Mutavhatsindi and Dapheny Luvhengo, Bishop next monthly meeting on Saturday, 17 Novem- a copy. Roxley Masevhe, Pastor Patrick Mutavhatsindi, Mrs Hilda Masevhe and Mr David Mureri (donor). ber, from sunset onwards. The four-day-old moon will set at 22:00, giving stargazers ample time to look at some of the lunar features near the terminator. This will also coincide with the peak of the Leonids meteor shower which is associated with the comet Tempel-Tuttle, for those who wish to stay on and observe. More information on the Leonids can be found in the club’s newsletter. Contact Kos Coronaios at elephantcastle@lantic.net or by cellular phone MOHLALENG_937/E7_ESKD

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OIM South Africa donates new shelters for Musina’s migrants The International Organization for Migration (IOM) South Africa handed over two new and improved shelters for up to 200 unaccompanied boys and 80 vulnerable female migrants in Musina on Monday. The R4 million shelters were built under the project called Support to the South African government to strengthen communities of diversity and peace and they were funded by the European Commission and the United Nations Development Programme. Since 2008, Musina has recorded a high number of migrants, including unaccompanied minors, abused women and other vulnerable migrants. Many of the women and girls are survivors of sexual and gender-based violence and many of the children have left or lost contact with their families

on their long journey to South Africa. By July 2012, faith-based organisations that had previously provided shelter and food for vulnerable migrants were finding themselves increasingly stretched by ever-increasing numbers of arrivals. IOM, in partnership with Musina Mayor Carol Phiri, responded by launching the project to build and upgrade the two shelters, which will provide better living conditions and restore the dignity and basic human rights of the migrants. “This project is a good example of IOM’s efforts to address migration challenges and strengthen communities of peace and diversity in South Africa through partnering closely with both communities and the government,” says IOM’s acting Chief of Mission in South Africa, Dr Erick Ventura.

The new shelters include new accommodation facilities, furnished living and dining areas, builtin kitchens, running water and sanitation, laundry areas, as well as furniture, including beds with mosquito nets. “We are happy that the vulnerable women, young girls and boys will finally enjoy humane living conditions and the protection they deserve. As the local municipality, we remain committed to working with IOM and its partners to find solutions to migration challenges in the area,” says Mayor Phiri. The founder of the shelter, Prof Ezekiel Matsaung of the Uniting Reformed Church of Southern Africa, said the shelter was established in September 1988, with the main objective of promoting human rights. “We make sure that the children go to school and they are in different grades. Last year, two of them passed Grade 12 and they are now enrolled at the University of Limpopo. One is doing LLB and another one is doing BCom. We are happy that this day has finally arrived because these buildings will alleviate suffering in the area of day-to-day service provision to the shelter’s beneficiaries.” The IOM also upgraded and strengthened the capacity of the Thuthuzela Care Centre (TCC) in Musina by procuring new medical and essential office equipment for the centre and conducting medical forensic training for 11 nurses. They also conducted capacity-building workshops for 17 shelter staff on shelter management, programme management and case management in order to address capacity constraints of community-based and faith-based organizations and shelters in providing protection assistance to migrants in Musina. The IOM office in Musina continues to provide protection and family-tracing assistance to stranded migrants and unaccompanied minors. The office is also actively involved in strengthening the local response to address the health and social needs of migrants through capacity-building workshops on HIV/TB for health-care professionals in Musina Mayor Carol Phiri of Musina, the European Unions’ Richard Young and IOM South Africa Chief and Beit Bridge. of Mission Dr Erick Ventura cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of the R4 million shelters.

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Children receive boost from opera star A South African-born Germanbased opera singer brought good news to children in rural areas, when he came to South Africa with an entourage of opera singers and music lovers. Musa Nkuna has come back to South Africa and endeared himself to local communities in Giyani and Elim. He has been in Germany for the last 12 years after staying in Switzerland for two years. He recently took a group of people from Germany and Switzerland to inspect the living conditions in Elim, Valdesia and Giyani. Nkuna is the son of one of the best choral music masters

in Giyani, Leslie Nkuna. On Monday, he met the community of Ngove outside Giyani with his entourage. He had good news for local children in the impoverished area: they can be trained to perform or to make musical instruments. He said he was identifying children from rural areas who could pursue a career in music. “Some will be taught to play musical instruments, while others will be trained in the field of repairing them. I have many people abroad who can finance our rural pupils to carve careers for themselves in the area of music,” said Nkuna. He urged rural children

to embrace classical music, saying that research had shown that opera music instilled discipline. Nkuna started the International Classical Music Festival in Limpopo as a way of ploughing back into his community. Last Friday, the event took place in Polokwane and on Saturday in Elim. A concert was held in Giyani on Tuesday and Nkuna performed with a group from Switzerland. Nkuna sponsors the Malamulele Adult Choir as well as their Giyani counterparts. “I am ploughing back because I grew up in these areas. Initially, people thought that opera was only for whites. Now the situation has changed and our people must have the benefit of freedom and get into terrains which were forbidden in the past,” he said. Mr John Khambani, who represented the Ngove traditional council, said the community was impressed by the tourists. “They have even seen our crèche and it seems something will be done about the remaining poverty in our area,” said Khambani. Cllr Million Rikhotso of the Greater Giyani Municipality also praised Nkuna. “We are happy to have someone like Nkuna, who knows Musa Nkuna, the principal resident tenor at the State Theatre in Kassel, his roots,” said RikGermany, introduces his entourage to members of the community. hotso.

Sanlam Sky Solutions, a division of the Sanlam Group, hosted a fun day at the Makwarela Stadium a fortnight ago. The well-known Takalani Sesame Muppets entertained the crowds and were joined by local artists and deejays. The event was held in partnership with SABC Education. During the event, parents received educational information and assistance on financial planning. Photo supplied.

Three out of the four senior debaters of Louis Trichardt High School have been included in the provincial team that will compete in the national debating competition to be held in Grahamstown in December. The selection follows the provincial trials that took place in Polokwane on 21 September. From left to right are Blessing Phathela (overall fifth and included in provincial team), Candy Musekene (jointly third overall) and Russel Jhamba (jointly first and included in provincial team). Insert: Mpho Dagada (jointly first and included in provincial team).

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another vehicle and, on returning to his lane, he failed to clear the distance and side-swiped the other car with his trailer, resulting in their vehicle veering off the road and overturning,” he said. The driver, Ishmael Mahomed (61) and his son Adam Ishmael Mohamed (26) died instantly and their bodies were taken to Beit Bridge District Hospital mortuary. Ishmael’s wife, Madinavaley Mahomed (61), was taken to Musina Hospital where she later died. Their daughter-in-law, Fahimah Adam Ishmael, sustained injuries and she was taken to the Musina Hospital, where she was treated and discharged.

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8 19 October 2012 By Elmon Tshikhudo

New toilets, sound equipment for church

Ecstatic church members dance after the official opening of their new toilets.

This is one of the fastest growing churches in Vhembe with branches springing up all over the district. The new branch at Nkuzana lacked basic infrastructure such as toilets and sound equipment, but Faith in Action Nkuzana, under the leadership of Pastor Takalani Nemandivhe, will never be the same, after a well known businessman and religious leader, Pastor David Mureri of Reri’s Insurance Brokers, donated two new toilets and sound equipment worth thousands of rands. The official handing over was done during a well-attended service at the church's branch at Nkuzana on Sunday. The small church was colourfully decorated

and was filled to capacity with guests and members from other nearby branches. Mureri was anointed and his wife prayed for by the church during the service. He is very passionate about giving and has made many community-driven donations over the years. In 2010, he surprised many when he donated R120 000 towards the development of education in Vhembe. He donated R200 000 to the same cause the following year. Since 2008, he has identified more than 80 individuals and their spouses in the community, including pastors and Vho Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli, among others, and sponsored free holidays for them.

Mureri, who was accompanied by his wife, Gloria, his family and a few Reri's staff members, was warmly welcomed by the church. In his sermon during the handover, Mureri urged all to fix their eyes on and to glorify God. "Our business is laid on God’s foundation. All the proceeds from the business belong to God and we are just giving back what rightfully belongs to him,” he said. Apostle Kennedy Sika said the donation was the beginning of a new season for the church. "God has used Pastor Mureri to start the season here at the church and we are very excited that God sent him to start it here,” said Kennedy.

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The challenges in Ward 3 The Chief Whip of Musina Municipality, Cllr. Simon Madamalala, says he is satisfied with the way in which local people are taking part in the decision-making processes of the municipality. Madamalala, who is also the councillor for Ward 3, was addressing hundreds of people who attended a meeting to report back on progress and challenges within his ward. With the full support of his ward committee, Madamalala received accolades from his constituency as residents described him as a caring leader who is always available to serve them. “As elected ward councillors, we feel that there is a need for us to change

people’s lives because we are here to serve them. There is nothing more important and interesting than giving our time to make sure that the lives of our people are improved drastically.” Madamalala thanked the residents of his ward who had set aside everything to participate in the important report-back meeting. “We are happy that our people have shown the spirit of nation building Cllr Simon Mada­ by being part of this important meetmalala addresses ing. We therefore encourage our hundreds members of people to continue participating in his constituency who municipal activities in order to fight Holding the new instruments are, from left to right, Ms Gloria Mureri, Pastor Takalani attended the reportagainst hunger, unemployment and Nemandivhe, Bishop Nndwakhulu Ndadza and Pastor David Mureri. This was during the official back meeting of his underdevelopment.” handover of the equipment and the toilets. ward. He added: “However, we are dealing with the challenges in our ward as raised by our people during this public participation process. The issues raised include shortage of houses, illegal dumping, unemployment and crime.” Mdamalala says meetings of this nature are quick reality checks. “They are a means of checking whether we are moving in the right direction. The meetings are also an opportunity to encourage inter-governmental relations and afford the community the rights to participate in developmental government. We are very happy that our people always want to remain part of the government which rules them. Their participation makes us proud.” One of the people who attended the meeting, Dakalo Mukwevho, said that the ward was satisfied with the overall performance of the Musina Municipality regarding Education is the key to success. The greatest gift you can give to your child is a good education available to South African citizens and permanent residents of any age group at any Post Office, service delivery. "We which will set them up for success in their own lives. From just R1000, you can invest in RSA National Treasury offices in Pretoria or at www.rsaretailbonds.gov.za. You can also buy them at understand that Rome Retail Savings Bonds, which offer competitive interest rates and guaranteed financial growth Pick ‘n Pay stores nationwide. Save in RSA Retail Savings Bonds NOW, It’s the smart away to save. was not built in a day, but there are so many while you pay no fees, no commission and it’s risk-free. Fixed or inflation-linked bonds are Contact us on (012) 315 5888 or visit www.rsaretailbonds.gov.za. challenges that we see here in our ward. We have no doubt that our councillor will take national treasury our concerns seriously Department: and report back again, National Treasury as we always interact.” REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

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Big sponsorship for local crèches The Thohoyandou branch of the Old Mutual Insurance company ploughed back into the community in a big way when they donated furniture, toys and other useful necessities to two rural crèches. The donation, to the value of R40 000, was handed to Tondani Tshirangadzi Community crèche and Mvelaphanda Community Learning Crèche at Hamutsha a fortnight ago. More than 170 children at the two crèches used to sit on the floor and they did not have any toys to play with. Before the official handing over, Old Mutual staff, led by Mr Tshimangadzo Mantshimuli, took over the chores of crèche staff. They assisted in the feeding of the children and also played with them on the swings. In handing over the donation, Mantshimuli said ploughing back to needy communities had become a tradition at their company. “When an appeal was made to us for assistance, we made an assessment and the applications were approved. This is a worthwhile investment; we are investing in the future of the country. Children are the future and we should all join hands in nurturing them," he said. "We have donated millions in sponsorships throughout the country over the years and we will continue doing so.

We urge our communities to keep on supporting us to enable us to continue helping our communities," he said. Both the recipients, Mesdames Sarah Makhesha of Tondani Tshirangadzi and Azwinndini Manngo of Mvelaphanda Community Crèche, said the donation would greatly improve conditions at the crèches. "We are very blessed to have Old Mutual as a sponsor. We were wondering as to where we could get chairs and tables for our children until the company came into the picture,” said Manngo. Local traditional leader Regent Edward Mugivhi commended Old Mutual for a job well done. "Companies come and go without doing anything for the community. We are glad that there are still companies like Old Mutual who still have the interests of the community at heart. May they prosper, so that they continue to help others like ourselves," he added.

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Faulty cable causes huge loss Ms Rodah Mashamba (50) of Musina Extension 6 (Harper Mine) was devastated when her house caught fire on Friday last week. She is a domestic worker and she supports her family of five on her small salary. The fire is alleged to have been caused by a faulty electricity cable. Ms Mashamba lost everything, including food, clothes and identity documents. She recalls with grief when she got the news for the first time. “I was at work when I received a call at about 13:00. Relatives told me that my house was on fire, and I rushed home. Members of the local fire brigade came and did their best to extinguish the fire. Fortunately no life was lost, but we suffered serious financial loss. I cannot understand why this happened to me. I have to accept it, because I cannot reverse it.” With the help of family members and the local ward councillor, Mr

James Kaunda, she managed to replace the roof and doors of her house. She thanked all the people who offered help and requests kind-hearted community members to assist her in restoring her electricity connection, providing food and household equipment, such as furniture and kitchen utensils. Cllr Kaunda, who spent the whole day working to repair the house, says he has been touched by what happened to one of his people. “I had to cancel every important meeting to make sure that I spent time assisting this family. I would also like to thank all the relatives and community members who came on board. I urge those who can donate anything to the family to do so in order for them to enjoy life again like all of us.” Those who would like to assist the family can call Cllr Kaunda at 076 366 1782 or 082 626 3992.

Cllr James Kaunda and Ms Rodah Mashamba inspect some of the articles that were damaged by the fire. Health

SANBS asks for more blood With 2012 drawing to an end, the South African National Blood Service (SANBS) often experiences critical shortages. “We are grateful to the many who always heed to our appeal for blood but often crises are inevitable if donors are not available to donate,” says Vanessa Raju, communications manager at SANBS. “These crises often occur due to fewer Group O blood collections. Group O blood is known as the universal donor and can be given to

patients of any other blood group, making it the most sought-after blood type,” added Raju. To help out and become a blood donor, a person must be between the ages of 16 and 65, weigh more than 50kg, be healthy, lead a sexually safe lifestyle and consider their blood to be safe for patient transfusion. For more information, the SANBS call centre can be contacted on 0800 11 9031 or people can pop in for a visit at the local branch in Erasmus Street in Makhado (Louis Trichardt).

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“Municipal leaders committed to serve”

Lyborn Mbilinganyo and Rina Makhaga were the centre of attention at the matric dance of Makhado Comprehensive High at Tshedza Lodge last Saturday evening.

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“As public office bearers and public servants, we are firmly committed to the code of conduct of public service and therefore promise to serve our people with loyalty, respect, dignity and integrity.” This is part of the Musina Local Municipality’s pledge to its people. These words were read to hundreds of people by Cllr Carol Phiri, the mayor of Musina, when she signed a statement of public service commitment during the annual Batho Pele (putting people first) Day activities that were held at the Campbell Sports Centre in Musina a fortnight ago. According to the pledge, the office bearers will put the people first in carrying out their duties and will respond to their needs through consultation and participation. “As civil society, we shall ensure that we strengthen our partnership with the public, by making use of the platform for consultation and participation to inform and influence government’s decision to cater for the needs of people,” she added. Phiri also promised that they would make individual and team

performance count when it mattered through exemplary leadership. The Batho Pele initiative was first introduced by the government on 1 October 1997, to stand for better service delivery to the public. The Batho Pele initiative aims to enhance the quality and accessibility of government services by improving efficiency and accountability to the recipients of public goods and services. The Batho Pele principle requires that eight service delivery principles be implemented. These include regularly consulting with customers, setting service standards, increasing access to services, ensuring higher levels of courtesy, providing more and better information about services, increasing openness and transparency about services, remedying failures and mistakes and giving the best possible value for money. The municipality also used the event to view progress pertaining to service delivery to the people and the impact that government programmes are having on their lives. It was also an opportunity for political leaders to educate

and inform members of the public about issues of governance, such as challenges and successes of the government. Most of the issues raised by community members were in relation to the provision of electricity, problems with acquiring identification documents and provision of more houses. Apart from the challenges faced by the municipality, other community members also praised the local government for the good work in implementing different projects for the improvement of the lives of the people. Phiri told the huge crowd that their concerns would be addressed by either the municipality or sector departments. “We are happy that all of you can see that the government of the day is delivering, despite the fact that we have lots of challenges.” One of the community members who attended the event, Rosina Mudau said: “We have seen lots of development here in Musina after the dawn of democracy. The fact that our leaders are here today shows that they care and we will continue to support them to build a better society.”

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year. The campaign around the new South African banknote series, honouring former president Nelson Mandela, was launched in early September by Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus. The road shows will include demonstrations with the new banknotes and informative material about the new banknotes will

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Study to investigate effects of insecticides

Tshedza Phungo, Lutendo Malema and Thinavhuyo Muthivhi were dressed to kill for Masala Nwendamutsu and Freedom Malima the the matric dance of Ozias Davhana High of Ozias Davhana High School photographed School at Nngwe hotel on Saturday. at their matric dance.

Are there health consequences to using pesticides for malaria control in Limpopo? A new research study has started at the Tshilidzini Hospital to investigate insecticide exposure and health effects from the practice of “indoor residual spraying” (IRS) for malaria control. Malaria is a parasitic disease that infects approximately 250 to 500 million people and kills nearly 1 million per year worldwide. To fight malaria in Limpopo, the Department of Health uses IRS, which is the application of insecticides to the walls inside buildings to repel and kill mosquitoes that spread malaria. While IRS has greatly reduced malaria rates, more research is needed to ensure that there is no unwanted/unnecessary contact with insecticide with people living in sprayed homes and possible health effects to pregnant women and children. In an effort to find out more about the issue, the University of Pretoria and the University of CaliforniaBerkeley started a collaborative research study, called the Venda

Health Examination of Mothers, Babies and their Environment (Vhembe). The main goals of the study are to see how people are exposed to these insecticides, if they affect the health of children, and to see if they are any ways to reduce contact. “Although no definite evidence has showed that IRS insecticides are harmful to health, we want to make sure that we are lowering the spread of malaria in the safest and best way possible,” said Prof Riana Bornman of the University of Pretoria, a lead researcher in the study. Bornman has led many studies in the area and lovingly refers to Venda as her Homeland. “Public health officials around the world will be looking to our study to answer very important questions,” she said. The Vhembe study will research these questions by registering 750 pregnant women, measuring the levels of insecticides within their bodies through blood samples, and then tracking the health of their babies for at least two years. This will help indicate if a relationship exists

between the levels of insecticides in the mother’s body and how her baby grows and learns. Dr Brenda Eskenazi is another researcher on this study from the University of California-Berkeley. She has studied maternal and child health for over 30 years and believes the Vhembe study is needed. “While the benefits of decreased malaria infection are clear, the effects of exposure to these insecticides have not been studied enough. We also want to know how to lower exposure to the mothers and babies,” she said. A community advisory board has been formed to engage the local community and help guide study activities. Anyone is welcome to phone one of these members at the Vhembe office at 015 964 1166.The study findings will be available to share with the community in two years. The Vhembe study also welcomes any additional community feedback or questions. Please e-mail Vhuli Obida at vhuli.obida@ up.ac.za or call 015 964 1166 or visit us at the office at the Tshilidzini hospital.

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A 28-year-old Beit Bridge man, who jumped out of a moving police vehicle while being taken to the police station, was fined R3 000 or six months in jail on Friday. Tonderai Nyamadzawo of the Dulibadzimu suburb in the border town was convicted on his own plea of guilty to charges of escaping from lawful custody by Magistrate Auxilia Chiumburu. The prosecutor, Mr Marvellous Chikomo, said that on 23 June at around 20:00, Nyamadzawo, who was on the police’s wanted list for theft, was arrested while drinking beer at Mashavire Business

Centre in Beit Bridge. He was then ordered to board the police vehicle, so that he could be transported to the police station. The court heard that along the way, the car slowed down at an intersection and Nyamadzawo took advantage of that and jumped out. He landed on the tarmac and sustained severe injuries in the process. The police officers who were transporting him to the police station managed to re-arrest him and they took him to Beit Bridge District Hospital, where he was treated. Meanwhile, a burglar who broke into a house in the low-density area in Beit Bridge and stole clothes, kitchen utensils and toiletries while the owner of the house was fast asleep, was sentenced to 10 months in jail. Ezekiel Gwauya of Dulibadzimu pleaded not guilty to charges of housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft, but was convicted by Mrs Chiumburu. The prosecutor, Mr Chikomo, said that on 11 January at around 01:00, Gwauya went to the complainant’s house where he gained entry through the bathroom window. While inside, he stole kitchen utensils, toiletries and a school uniform, skirts and blouses while the complainant was fast asleep. He then sneaked out of the house and went to a house in Dulibadzimu, where he sold the stolen items. Acting on a tip-off from the complainant, Gwauya was arrested. He then led the police to the house where he had sold the items, leading to the recovery of the stolen goods.

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By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Divine intervention to curb rhino poaching

Man gets 12 years in jail for rape A 32-year-old staff member at a local school was sentenced to an effective 12 years’ imprisonment on charges of rape and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The case was finalised in the Hlanganani Regional Court in Waterval on Monday. Avhasei Erick Mukwevho was found guilty last Friday (12 October) on both charges, after the court had established that he had assaulted and engaged an 18-year-old woman in anal intercourse. The incident happened at Mukwevho’s home in Mpheni village, in January 2012. It emerged during the trial that Mukwevho and the complainant were lovers and that she usually travelled from Giyani to visit Mukwevho in Elim. The complainant testified that she was assaulted from the 22nd until the 25th of January 2012 and raped anally. She added that Mukwevho denied her permission to go outside to

relieve herself and that she was provided with a bucket. The court heard that the accused had returned from Musina where he had gone to search for work and asked the complainant if it was true that she was involved in an affair with a man known as Okrain or Ochrus. She denied ever knowing the man, and it was then that the accused started beating her and lacerated the complainant’s back with a steel hanger. She also testified that he had fractured her finger with a rock. Mukwevho was arrested early on the morning of 25 January this year, after the SAPS had acted on information supplied by community members. An SAPS official testified that he had found a woman crying in the house, who then said she had been beaten and raped anally by the accused. The accused denied the charge of rape and pleaded guilty on a charge of assault. A medical report indicated that the complainant had ex-

perienced anal penetration, and no vaginal penetration had taken place. Counsel for the accused, Adv Sikutshi, argued that the court should deviate from imposing the maximum term of a life sentence, as the court had already indicated the seriousness of the accused’s case. His argument was accepted, with the accused being sentenced to 12 years in jail. Throughout the trial, the accused indicated that the woman had been manipulated by the police to lay an additional charge of rape against him. He claimed that he and the victim had had consensual sex after the fight, when they had reconciled. However, the complainant stated vehemently on Monday that she would never forgive the accused because he had hurt her a lot. The court declared Mukwevho unfit to possess a firearm and his particulars were entered into the national register of sexual offenders.

Rhino poaching has become a it kept on occurring. of its kind, where Christians very serious problem in South He said they felt they should came together in support of the Africa, with many rhinos killed seek divine intervention, as God KNP to declare war on rhino over the years. Since the begin- is the one who knows all and can poachers. “We believe that if ning of this year, 271 rhinos are even stop the poachers from their community structures stand up reported to have been killed evil plans. to fight rhino poaching, eventuand, during the same time, 54 “We came here to ask God ally poachers will be isolated,” poachers were arrested in the to intervene in this war that our he added. Kruger National Park (KNP) country is currently facing. There He said they were doing evalone. is no doubt that indeed rhinos are erything possible to empower In an effort to stop rhino under siege, but if we have God rangers and ensure that they poaching at the KNP, the man- on our side, nothing is impos- have all the necessary skills and agement of the park joined hands sible,” said Mabasa. equipment required to patrol for with the local Malamulele pastors He said the event was the first 24 hours every day. fraternity in prayer. The prayer meeting took place at the Shingwedzi Soccer Field last Saturday and clerics of different denominations from the surrounding villages took part in the prayer service. Addressing the congregation, the head of public relations and communications of Sanparks, Mr William Mabasa, said they had Shingwedzi sectional ranger Mr Marius Rencke receives a new Bible done all in their power from Pastor Jabulani Nobela, to be used as a weapon during happy and to stop the poaching, but tough times.

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LEGALS LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATE LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35(5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates specified below will be open for inspection for all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the Master and Magi­strate as stated. Should no objection thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registration number of estate: 1876/2012, Surname: MAPHOLI, Christian names: NNDWAKHULU GILBERT, Identity number: 4211285104088, Last address: P - West Erf 684, Thohoyandou. Married in community of Property: Christian names and Surname of Surviving spouse:MAPHOLI SILVIA AIFHELI, Identity number: 5006160309086, Master ’s office: THOHOYANDOU, Magistrate office: THOHOYANDOU A.R. MADIA ATTORNEYS, Old Mutual Building, Office no: G21 & G23, Thohoyandou BA, Tel: 015 962 3001 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE All persons having claims against the undermentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publication hereof. Estate No: 2138/2012, Masters Office: Thohoyandou, Surname: Mulaudzi, Christian Names: Moses, Date of Birth: 28 June 1945, Identity No: 4506285190080,

Last Address: Tsianda Village, Limpopo Province, Date of Death: 21 September 2012. Married in community of property, Christian names and surname of surviving daughter: Bessie Mulaudzi, Date of Birth: 27 August 1964, Identity No: 6408270604084, ADVOCATE MAELE JACKSON MUSHASHA, Old Mutual Building Room G30, Box 1652, Thohoyandou,0950, Tel: 015 962 5852, Cell No: 083 290 8585 THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY NOTICE FOR REZONING/ CHANGE OF LAND USE It is hereby notified that application has been made by the firm Fulwana Planning Consultants on behalf of the registered owner for the amendment of the zoning and use of land on Erf 93 Thohoyandou-A from “Residential 1” to “Residential 2” and a simultaneous increase of density from 44 units per hectare to 80 units per hectare in terms of clause 20 in order to erect Twenty Two (22) flats.The application and the relevant documents are open for inspection at the office of the Senior Manager: Planning and Development, Thulamela local Municipality, first floor, Thohoyandou, for 28 days from 12 October 2012. Objections to the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the municipality manager, Thulamela Municipality, P.O. BOX 5066, Thohoyandou, 0700, for a period of 28 days from 12 October 2012.Address of authorized agent: Fulwana Planning Consultants, P.O. Box 55980, Polokwane, 0700. Tel: (015)297-6060. Fax: 086 663 5119/015 2974040. THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY NDIVHADZO YA U SHANDUKISWA HA KUSHUMISELE KWA MAVU Vha khou divhadziwa uri huna khumbelo yo itiwaho nga vha Fulwana Planning Consultants, vho imela mune wa tshitentsi tshi divheyaho sa Erf 93 Thohoyandou-A, u shandukisa kushumisele u bva kha “Residential 1” vhune ha vha vhudzulo ha muta muthihi u ya kha “Residential 2“, vhune ha vha vhudzulo ha vhathu vhanzhi ‘’flats’’ na u engedza tshitentsi ubva kha fuina-ina (44) wa zwiimiswa kha hekhithara uya kha fumalo (80) wa zwiimiswa kha hekhithara , uya nga mulayo (clause) wa fumbili (20) u itela u fhata zwifhato (flats) zwa fumbili-mbili (22). Khumbelo iyi na manwalo a yelanaho nayo, vha nga zwi wana ofisini ya minidzhere muhulwane: wa ku dzudzanyele na mveledziso, kha luta lwa u thoma kha masipala wa Thulamela Thohoyandou. manwalo a yo a do wanala lwa tshifhinga tshi edanaho maduvha a fumbili malo (28) u bva nga dzi 12 dza khubvumedzi 2012. Mbilaelo malugana na iyi khumbelo vha nga dzi nwalela minidzhere wa

masipala wa Thulamela kha diresi itevhelaho: P.O. BOX 5066, Thohoyandou, 0950, lwa maduvha a fumbili malo (28) u bva nga dzi 12 dza khubvumedzi 2012. Diresi ya dzhendedzi lire mulayoni malugana na iyi khumbelo: Fulwana Planning Consultants, P.O. Box 55980, Polokwane, 0700. Tel: (015) 297 6060. Fax: (015) 297 4040/086 663 5119.

MAKHADO LANDUSE SCHEME, 2009 AMENDMENT SCHEME 44 It is hereby notified that application has been made in terms of section 56(1) (b) (i) of the Town and Town planning Ordinance (Ordinance 15 of 1986), and by the firm Fulwana Planning Consultants cc for the amendment of the Makhado Land-Use Scheme, 2009, by the rezoning and consolidation of Erf 1322 and Erf 1324 Louis Trichardt from “Industrial 2” to “Business 1” for the purpose of erecting Offices”. The application and the relevant documents are open for inspection at the office of the manager: town planning services, first floor, municipal offices, Louis Trichardt, for the period of 28 days from the 12th of October 2012. Objection to the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the municipal manager, at the above/mentioned address or to P.O box 96, Louis Trichardt, 0920 for the period of 28 days from 12 October 2012. Address of authorised agent: Fulwana planning consultants, P. O. Box 55980, Polokwane, 0700. Tel: (015) 297 6060, fax 086 663 5119/015 297 4040 MAKHADO LANDUSE SCHEME, 2009 WYSIGINGSKEMA 44 Hierby word dat aansoek gedoen is gemaak in terme van artikel 56 (1) (b) (i) van die Ordonnansie op en Ordonnansie op Dorpsbeplanning en Dorpe, 1986 (ordonnansie 15 van 1986), en deur die firma Fulwana Planning Consultants vir die wysiging van die Makhado land-use scheme, 2009, deur die hersonering en konsolidasie van erf 1322 en erf 1324 Louis Trichardt vanaf “industrieel 2” na “ besigheid 1” vir die doel van die oprigting van kantore”. Die aansoek en die betrokke dokumente is ter insae lê by die kantoor van die bestuurder: town planning services, eerste vloer, munisipale kantore, Louis Trichardt, vir die tydperk van 28 dae vanaf die 12de van Oktober 2012. Beswaar teen die aansoek moet ingedien word of vertoe skriftelik tot die munisipale bestuurder, by die bogenoemde adres of by Posbus 96, Louis Trichardt, 0920 vir die tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 12 Oktober 2012. Adres van gemagtigde agent: Fulwana planning consultants, P.O box 55.980, Polokwane, 0700, ingedien of gerig word. tel: (015) 297 6060, faks 086 663 5119/015 297 4040.

MAKHADO LANDUSE SCHEME, 2009 AMENDMENT SCHEME 43 It is hereby notified that an application has been made in terms of section 56(1) (b) (i) of the Town and Town Planning Ordinance, 1986 (ordinance 15 of 1986) by Fulwana Planning Consultants for the amendment of the Makhado Land-use Scheme, 2009, to lodge a rezoning application for Erf 952 Louis Trichardt, from “Residential 1” to “Residential 2” and a simultaneous relaxation of density from 20 units/ha to 45 units/ha in terms of “Clause 21” for the purpose of erecting 13 Dwelling Units. The application and the relevant documents are open for inspection at the office of the Manager: Town Planning Services, first floor, Municipal offices, Louis Trichardt, for the period of 28 days from the 12 October 2012. Objections to the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager, at the abovementioned address or to P.O. Box 96, Louis Trichardt, 0920 for the period of 28 days from 12 October 2012. Address of authorised agent: Fulwana Planning Consultants, P.O. Box 55980, Polokwane, 0700. Tel: (015) 297 6060, Fax 086 663 5119/015 297 4040 MAKHADO LANDUSE SCHEME, 2009 WYSINGSKEMA 43 Kennis geskied hiermee dat ‘n aansoek in terme van artikel 56 (1) (b) (i) van die Dorpsbeplannings en Dorpe Ordonnansie, 1986 (Ordonnansie 15 van 1986) deur die firma Fulwana Planning Consultants vir die wysiging van die Makhado Land-use Scheme, 2009 in te dien, ‘n hersonering aansoek vir Erf 952 Louis Trichardt, vanaf “Residensieel 1” na “Residensieel 2” en ‘n gelyktydige verslapping van die digtheid van 20 eenhede / ha tot 45 eenhede / ha in terme van “Klousule 21”vir die doeleindes van die oprigting van 13 wooneenhede. Die aansoek en die betrokke dokumente le ter insae by die kantoor van die bestuurder: Town Planning Services, eerste vloer, Munisipale kantore, Louis Trichardt, vir die tydperk van 28 dae vanaf die 12 Oktober 2012. Besware of vertoe teen die aansoek moet ingedien word of vertoe skriftelik by of tot die Munisipale Bestuurder, by die bogenoemde adres of by P.osbus 96, Louis Trichardt, 0920, vir die tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 12 Oktober 2012. Adres van gemagtigde agent: Fulwana Planning Consultants, P.O. Box 55.980, polokwane, 0700, ingedien of gerig word. Tel: (015) 297 6060, faks 086 663 5119/015 297 4040 NOTICE OF APPLICATION IN TERMS OF PROCLAMATION R293 OF 1962 (THE REGULATION FOR THE ADMINISTRATION AND CONTROL OF TOWNSHIP IN BLACK AREAS)

Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern that in terms of Proclamation R293 of 1962, that we, Khosa Development Specialists on behalf of our client, intend to apply to the Department of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs for consent to establish a township consisting of two erven as referred to in the annexure hereto, on a portion of the farm Greater Giyani 891 LT, Limpopo Province. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the Head of Department, Department of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs, 20 Rabe Street, Polokwane and/or office of Khosa Development Specialists Pty (Ltd), 1 Munnik Avenue, Ster Park, Polokwane for a period of 28 days from the first date of advertisement in local newspaper and provincial Gazette. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing and in duplicate to the Head of Department , at the above address or at Private Bag X9485, Polokwane, 0700, within a period of 28 days from the first date of publication of this advert. ANNEXURE Name of the township: Gethsemane Township Number of erven in the proposed township: - Erf 1- Cemetery : approximately 17.57 ha in extent, and - Erf 2-“Private Open Space” : approximately 2.24 ha in extent) The proposed township is approximately 20.00 ha. Description of the land on which the township is to be established: a portion of the farm Greater Giyani 891 LT, Limpopo Province. Location of the township: The property is located along D3812 Road from Giyani to Homu Village approximately 5km east of Giyani CBD and approximately 4km west of Homu Village. It is bordered on the southern side by Homu 14-C Village and on the Northern side by Mangombe Mountain. Address of Agent: Khosa Development Specialists Pty Ltd, 01 Munnik Avenue, Ster Park, Polokwane, PO Box 727, Bendor Park, 0713. Tel: (015) 295 4171. Fax: 086 600 7119 email: khosajd@khosads.co.za/info@ khosads.co.za. XITIVISO XA XIKOMBELO HI KU LANDZA “PROCLAMATION” R293 YA LEMBE RA 1962 ( RHEGULEXINI YA MAFAMBISELO NA KU LAWULA SWIDOROBANI EKA TINDZHAWU TA VANTIMA) Xitiviso xi hundziseriwa eka vanhu/vaaka tiko lava swi nga ta va khumbhaka hi ku landza “Proclamation” R293 ya lembe ra 1962, leswaku hina va “Khosa development Specialists” hi ku yimela muyimeriwa wa hina hi na makungu yo nghenisa xikombelo eka ndzhawulo ya Tiyindlo, na Mfumo wa vurhangeri bya Ndzhavuko. Leswaku

va hi pfumelela ku sungula/tsema xiphemu xa purasi ra Greater Giyani 891-LT, leri kumekaka eka xifundzha xaa Limpopo hi xikongomelo xo endla doroba leri nga tava na switandzi swimbirhi leswi kombisiweke eka ngetelo laha hansi. Vuxoko-xoko bya xikombelo byi ta kumeka ku byi xopaxopa hi minkarhi ya ntirho eka masiku ya ntirho evhikini. Byona byi ta va masiku etihofisini ta ndzhawulo leyi boxiweke laha ehenhla, kherefu i “20 Rabe Street”, Polokwane nale/kumbe eka tihofisi ta Khosa Development Specialists Pty (Ltd) eka kherefu leyi, “1 Munnik Avenue”, Ster Park, Polokwane. Vuxokoxoko lebyi byi ta va kona ku ringana masiku ya Makume-Mambirhi na Ntlhanu na Manharhu (28) ku sukela siku ro sungula ra xinavetiso eka phephahungu leri kumekaka kwala mugangeni (tikweni) ra hina ra Greater Giyani ku katsa na gazette ya xifundzha xa Limpopo, eka ndzhawulo leyi boxiweke la henhla. Ku Alana na xikombelo lexi kumbe ku nyika swibumabumelo mayelana na xikombelo lexi swi fanele ku tisiwa hi ku tsala swi ri na mikandziyiso yimbirhi na swona swi fanele ku kongomisiwa eka Nhloko ya ndzhawulo leyi boxiweke laha henhla. Kherefu: “Private Bag X9485”, Polokwane, 0700 ku nga si hundza masiku lama boxiweke la henhla ku suka siku ro sungula ra ku humelerisiwa ka xinavetiso lexi. NGETELO Vito ra doroba ri ta vitaniwa: Gethsemane Switandzi leswi mpimanyitiweke eka doroba: - Xitandzi xo sungula: ixa swilahlo swaa va fi lexi ringanaka kolomu ka tihekitara ta 17.57 - Xitandzi xa vumbirhi: Ixa ndzhawu ya xihundla yo hungasela ley nga ta va kolomu ka tikhekitara ta 2.24 Mpimo wa doroba wu kolomu ka tihekitara ta Makume-mbirhi (20) Laha doroba ri nga ta endliwa kona.:doroba rita endliwa ka xiphemu xa purasi ra Greater Giyani 891-LT kwala xifundzeni xa Limpopo, laha ku nga tikhilomita ta kwalomu ka tlhanu ku suka edorobeni ra Giyani na kolomu ka tikhilomita ta mune ku suka eka Homu loko munhu a famba hi patu ra D3812 ro suka eGiyani ri ya eka-Homu.ndzhawu leyi yi rhandzeriwile hi Homu 14-C na tshava ya Mangombe. Kherefu ya muyimeri: Khosa Development Specialists (Pty) Ltd, 01 Munnik Avenue, Ster Park, Polokwane, PO Box 727, Bendor Park, 0713. Foni ya ofisi: (015) 295 4171. Fekisi: 086 600 7119 email: khosajd@khosads.co.za/info@khosads. co.za.

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LEGALS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late Gezi Mabasa, Id No: 3012120819083, Date of Death: 10th September 2012. Estate no: 2071/2012. Last Address: House no: 547, Malamulele-A, District Malamulele. All persons having complains and claims against the above estate are called upon to contact the appointed Executrix within thirty (30) days of the publication of this notice. The name of the Executor is as follow: Maria Mamaila Mabasa and the name of the agent is as follows: NOEL CHAUKE ATTORNEYS, OFFICE NO: 228, OLD MUTUAL BUILDING, P O BOX 1422, GIYANI 0826, TEL: 015 812 1574, FAX: 015 812 1575, REF:CH/ MN/194/12EST NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in respect of the Estate of the Late Moshapo Swele Calvin, Id no: 2812055202085, Estate no:1431/2012, Last Address: Tshituni-Maplla Village, Limpopo Province, will be open for inspection for a period of twenty one (21) days at Dzanani Magistrate’s Offices and at Offices of the Master of the Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later. Dated at Thohoyandou on the 2nd day of October 2012. Ramavhale Attorneys, Office no: 20, First Floor, Limdev Building, Thohoyandou, Tel/Fax: 015 962 6369, Ref: RAM/C/ EST/09MC NDIVHADZO YA USEDZULUSIWA HA ZWITHU ZWINE ZWANGA THITHISI MUPO WASHU Ndivhadzo uya nga mulayo wa zwa thogomelo ya mupo wo phadaladziwaho sa ndivhadzo ya muvhuso R543 nga dzi 18 Fulwi nwaha wa gidimbilifumi nga fhasi ha ndima ya 54(2) C(i) ya mulayo wa zwa thogomelo ya zwa mupo wa 107 wa 1998 malugana na u bveledzwa ha lokhishi kha bulasi ya Erasmus 529MS shangoni la Musina line lavha fhasi ha Masipala wa Musina wa dzingu la Masipala wa Vhembe.U bveledzwa ha lokhishi huna masia ndaitwa asi a vhudi kha mupo zwine zwa sia uyu mushumo utshi wela fhasi ha Environmental Impact Assessment uya nga milayo ya muvhuso yo bulwaho afho fhasi yo divhadzwaho sa R545 na R544 nga dzi 18 dza Fulwi nwaha wa gidimbili fumi: •R545 ndima ya 15, U shandukiswa ha fhethu hune a hungo fhatwa tshithu uri huvhe fhethu ha u dzula vhathu.fhethu afho ndi fhethu hune havha nnda ha dorobo huno fhira hekhithara dza fumbili. •R544 ndima ya 22(i), U fhatiwa ha bada nnda ha vhupo ha doroboni ine bada iyo ya vha na muelo u no fhira mithara ya 13.5 •R544 ndima ya 21, u bveledzwa ha mavhida kha tshipida this linga-

naho 2500 square meters na u fhira. Fhethu: Bulasi dzo dzula khilomitara dza fuinambili, Tshipembe ha dorobo ya Musina. DIGES yo imela masipala wa Musina yo lugisa Environmental Impact Assessment Report ine ya do wanala u bva dzi 22 dza Tshimedzi 2012 u swika dzi 03 Nyendavhusiku 2012, fhethu hu tevhelaho: i.Vhembe District Municipality, Old parliament Government Complex Thohoyandou ii.Musina Local Municipality, Irwin Street, Musina, 0900 iii.Bokmakirie (Municipal office/ satellite office) iv.DIGES, office no 1, 98 Marshall Street Polokwane or request a copy. Diges yo imela masipala wa Musina yo rumela zwidodombedzwa zwa u wana tshomedzo dza u ita mushumo wa zwa mupo kha vha Department of Economic Development, Environment & TourismLimpopo ya fhiwa nomboro ya: 12/1/9/2-V10. Mune:Musina Local municipality, Private Bag X6611, Musina,0900, Contact person:Jakkie Dutoit, Tel: 015 534 6100, Fax: 086 619 3550 Musedzulusi wa zwa mupo: Dynamic Integrated Geo-Environmental Services, P.O.Box 5743, Polokwane North, 0750. Contact Person: Nelushi M, Tel: 015 291 4151, Fax: 015 291 4167, Email:mpfarisenin@diges. co.za. Uri vha divhee sa muthu ane a do kwamea nga mushumo hoyu kana uri vha do i takalela kana usa itakalela khavha rumele vhudipfiwa havho na mahumbulwa avho kha musedzulusi wa zwa mupo kha zwidodombedzwa zwo nwalwaho afho ntha, kha maduvha a fuina ubva duvha la ubvisiwa ha mbambadzo heyi guranndani. NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) PROCESS. Notice is given in terms of Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations published in Government Notice R543 of 18 June 2010 under the National Environmental Management Act 1998 (Act 107 of 1998) as amended, of intent by Musina Local Municipality to establishment of 1000 stands on portion 15 (a portion of portion 4) and the remainder of portion 4 of the farm Erasmus 529MS at Musina within Musina Local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. The following activities will be undertaken: The proposed project will entail the following: construction of 990 residential erven, 1 business erven, 1 creche, 1 clinic, 1 primary school, 2 municipal offices erven, 1 Community center, 3 public open space on 59.6 ha and construction of associated services such as water reticulation network, access roads, electricity and waste management services. The project is likely to trigger negative impacts and is listed on the following government notices •R545 activity 15, Physical alteration of undeveloped vacant or derelict land for residential, retail, recreational, industrial institutional use, where the total area to be transformed is 20 hectares or more •R544 activity 22(i), the construction of road outside urban areas with a reserve wider than 13.5

meters. •R544 activity 21, The establishment of cemeteries of 2500 square meters or more. An application to carry out Environmental impact assessment has been lodged with the Department of Economic Development, Environment & Tourism- Limpopo and was assigned ref no: 12/1/9/2-V10. A draft Environmental Impact Assessment Report has been prepared by DIGES and is now available for public review from the 22nd October 2012. You are invited to review the report at: i.Vhembe District Municipality, Old parliament Government Complex Thohoyandou ii.Musina Local Municipality, Irwin Street, Musina, 0900 iii.Bokmakirie (Municipal office/ satellite office) iv.DIGES, office no 1, 98 Marshall Street Polokwane or request a copy. All Interested and Affected Parties are invited to register and provide comments with DIGES at the following contact details: Applicant: Musina Local municipality Private Bag X6611, Musina, 0900, Contact person: Jackie Dutoit, Tel: 015 534 6100, Fax: 086 619 3550, Environmental Assessment Practitioner: Dynamic Integrated GeoEnvironmental Services (DIGES), P.O.Box 5743, Polokwane North, 0750. Contact Person: Nelushi M Te l : 0 1 5 2 9 1 4 1 5 1 , Fax: 015 291 4167, Email:mpfarisenin@diges. co.za

NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS (SECTION 29) In the estate of the late: Tshifamadi Tshinyadzo Boo, Identity Number:4111125110081 ,who died on the 2908-2011, Masters Ref: 2249/2011. Creditors and debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay theit debts within 30 days from the date of this advertisement. Thohoyandou Justice Centre, Attorneys for Executor , Shop No, 2 Metropolitan Centre, P.O. Box 3550, Thohoyandou, 0950, Tel: 015 962 6206, Fax: 015 962 6383, Ref: Munzhelele HD

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Thulamela Local Municipality is hereby issuing an erratum for an advert which appeared in Mirror publication (newspaper) dated 12 October 2012, with reference to Bid No. 11/2012/13, the correct tender description is RECONSTRUCTION OF ATCHAR SHED (TSHIFUDI-PHASWANA TEA ESTATE). Thulamela Municipality would like to inform prospective bidders that the closing date for the above mentioned bid advert has been extended from the 02 November 2012 at 11:00 am and the new date is 09 November 2012 at 11:00 am and there will be a compulsory briefing session on the 24 October 2012 at the Municipal boardroom followed by the site inspection. A minimum expected CIDB rating of 2GB is required; a copy of the CIDB certificate should be submitted with the tender document. MR MATHIVHA M.H. MUNICIPAL MANGER

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Vhembe FET College with its central office situated at Sibasa, invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for the vacant pErmanEnT poST of SEnIor EDUCaTIon SpECIaLIST at makwarela campus. post Level: 3 ref no: mak2012/02 Salary: R243 021 - R552 504 p.a. requirements: The ideal candidate must be in possession of a degree or diploma plus educational qualifications obtained from recognised institutions, a trade test certificate in Electrical or Civil Engineering. Five years teaching experience will be required as well as registration with SACE. Key performance areas: To engage in class teaching as per workload, to assess and record the attainment of learners taught, to guide and supervise the work and performance of staff under those divisions. To undertake specific tasks with individuals or groups as directed by campus manager or other senior staff members. All applications must be accompanied by a recent updated comprehensive CV, certified copies of all qualifications and ID to the office of the Chief Executive Officer, Vhembe FET College, Private bag X2136, Sibasa or hand deliver to HR office, at central office in Sibasa. Failure to submit the required documents will result in the application not being considered. Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. If you have not received a response from the college within one month after the closing date, kindly consider your application to be unsuccessful. Vhembe FET College is an affirmative action employer. All enquiries should be directed to Mr Tshidino SC at 015 963 3156. CLoSIng DaTE: 2 November 2012.

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VACANCY Position: Executive Chef Dongola Ranch , a Lodge situated 40 kilometres from Musina on R572 road to Pontdrift is looking for an Experienced Chef. The company requires the services of a qualified and experienced Executive Chef. The Executive Chef will be responsible for the day to day running of the Kitchen as well as ensuring that all guests needs and expectations are exceeded continuously and ensuring that all duties and responsibilities are carried out on a daily basis. REQUIREMENTS: • A minimum of 4 - 6 years experience in a 4/5 star hotel/Lodge. • A hospitality or related qualification will serve as a recommendation. ABILITIES AND SKILLS: • Excellent communication skills and the ability to communicate in English • Effective listening skills • Excellent interpersonal skills – Lead by example, mentor staff. • Organisational skills - Ability to plan, coordinate, execute and follow up • Ability to work alone and as part of a team • Ability to multitask• Ability to motivate yourself • Hands on attitude, leads by example! • Extensive kitchen knowledge able to do Cold Kitchen, Pastry, Meat ,Fish and Sauces • Knife skills. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Running the Kitchen effectively in the Restaurant Manager ’s absence. • To ensure that all chef de parties are familiar with the day’s requirements. • Assist the Trainee Chefs in Skills Development • To ensure that all statutory, as well as company, hygiene regulations are being strictly adhered to. • To ensure that all communications between dining room and kitchen run smoothly. • Writing and or assisting with the daily menus • Check the daily menus for any corrections that need to be made. • All food to be tasted on a daily basis. Should your profile meet the above criteria, please send your CV to: Frontdeskmanager@dongolaranch.co.za or fax to 086 622 4471. Closing date for the applications is the 31st October 2012. Applicants not contacted within two weeks after the closing date of advertisement should consider themselves unsuccessful.Preference will be given to HDSA applicants, resident from the area.


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By Silas Nduvheni

Tshivaloni Four Boys get funds for boots The Tshivaloni Four Boys Football Club at MushitheTshivaloni outside Mutale received a shot in the arm when Bindulavhatu Furnishers donated R6 000 to the team to purchase soccer boots and jerseys. The team performed badly in their league games. They played without proper soccer kit on a

very sandy pitch. According to one of the players, Ndivhuwo Tshivalo, the players were motivated by the donation and they promise to do their best in their future matches. The general manager of Bindulavhathu Furnishers, Mr Isaac Rasalanavho, said the company had a social responsibility to the communities who support

them. “We also view the fact that Tshivaloni is situated in the deep rural area as a handicap for the players. Most of the parents cannot afford buying soccer kit for their children. We want to invest in promising soccer players, so that they may be our customers tomorrow,” said Rasalanavho.

Mr Isaac Rasalanavho of Bindulavhathu Furnishers hands over a cheque of R6 000 to the secretary of Tshivaloni Four Boys, Ms Eunice Mukhandi, while other team officials look on.

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INVITATION to TENDER UPGRADE OF EXISTING MAIN GATE

Ref: UEMG 15/10/2012

Bids are hereby invited from suitably qualified and well experienced contractors for the Upgrade of Existing Main Gate at University of Venda, Thohoyandou, and Vhembe District in Limpopo Province. Complete Bid documents, fully priced and signed must be sealed in an envelope marked Bid: Upgrade of Existing Main Gate: UEMG 15/10/2012 and should be deposited in the tender box located at the University of Venda, Facilities Management Building not later than 10h00 on Friday 31 October 2012, where tenders would be opened in public. It is required that Bidders should have a minimum CIDB Contractor grading of 3GB or higher. Only Bidders who are registered in the relevant contractor category in the CIDB Register of Contractors will be considered. For Joint Ventures, all companies, who are part of the Joint Venture, must be registered with the CIDB. The CIDB Joint Venture Calculator will be applicable. The companies which do not meet the CIDB grading will be disqualified.

RECONSTRUCTION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS RETAINING WALL

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Bids are hereby invited from suitably qualified and well experienced contractors for the Reconstruction of Student Affairs Retaining Wall at University of Venda, Thohoyandou, and Vhembe District in Limpopo Province. Complete Bid documents, fully priced and signed must be sealed in an envelope marked Bid: Reconstruction of Student Affairs Retaining Wall: SARW 15/10/2012 and should be deposited in the tender box located at the University of Venda, Facilities Management Building not later than 10h00 on Friday 31 October 2012, where tenders would be opened in public. It is required that Bidders should have a minimum CIDB Contractor grading of 2GB or higher. Only Bidders who are registered in the relevant contractor category in the CIDB Register of Contractors will be considered. For Joint Ventures, all companies, who are part of the Joint Venture, must be registered with the CIDB. The CIDB Joint Venture Calculator will be applicable. The companies which do not meet the CIDB grading will be disqualified.

MAINTENANCE CONTRACT - EXISTING ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

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Bids are hereby invited from suitably qualified and well experienced contractors for the Maintenance of the Existing Electrical Infrastructure at the University of Venda, Thohoyandou, Vhembe District in Limpopo Province. Complete Bid documents, fully priced and signed must be sealed in an envelope marked Bid: Maintenance Contract for the Existing Electrical Infrastructure: MCEEI 08/10/2012 and should be deposited in the tender box located at the University of Venda, Facilities Management Building not later than 12h00 on Wednesday 7 November 2012, where tenders would be opened in public. It is required that Bidders should have a minimum CIDB Contractor grading of 4EE or higher. Only Bidders who are registered in the relevant contractor category in the Construction Industry Development Board Register of Contractors will be considered. For Joint Ventures, all companies who are part of the Joint Venture, must be registered with the CIDB. The CIDB Joint Venture Calculator will be applicable. The companies which do not meet the CIDB grading will be disqualified. Bid Documents will be available for collection as of Monday 22 October 2012 during working hours (8:30 to 16:00 Monday to Friday) at Procurement Office No. 51 Facilities Management Building, University of Venda, Thohoyandou. A non-refundable tender deposit of R1000.00 is required on collection of the tender document, payable in cash at the University Finance Department or deposited at ABSA Bank, Account number 1 000 000 538, reference number 00015615. An official and compulsory site inspection will be held on Wednesday 24 October 2012 at 12h00 at the Art Gallery building, University of Venda in Thohoyandou. The University also reserves the right to negotiate further conditions and requirements with the successful Bidder. The University is not compelled to accept the lowest or any quotation. No late, faxed or telephonic Bids will be accepted. Bids submitted shall remain valid for 90 (ninety) days after the closing date. It will be to the advantage of the prospective Tenderer if past successful projects include the building construction works, due to the complex nature of the work to be undertaken. Enquiries relating to the bid document can be directed in writing to Mr Ronald Tshitangano at University of Venda 015 962 8250. Enquiries relating to the bid document (Ref: MCEEI 08/10/2012) can also be directed in writing to Mr Albert Mikosi of N. Mikosi & Associates on Fax: 011 624-3194 or email: mikosin@mikosi.co.za Enquiries relating to tender administration and procurement can be directed to Mr Azwifarwi Magwabeni at University of Venda 015 962 8366.

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PRESENTER 2012/13

00:00 – 03:00

Khoroni

Mon -Tue: Rofhiwa Nethengwe Wed – Fri: Pfarelo Maduguma

03:00 – 06:00

Mulakhulu u a Fhinduwa

Thiko Liphadzi

06:00 - 09:00

Vhandilani

Mpho Nefale & Jones Netshipise

09:00 - 12:00

Nne Na Vhone

Lutendo Tshisikule

12:00 - 14:30 14:30 – 15:00

Tshiko Commerce & Finance (Wed) Denzhe

Rotenda Mangoma Mulalo Ramarumo Jennifer Muthige

15:00 -18h00

Dziaorowa/ Afternoon Drive

Jimmy Da’ Scratcher

18:00 -19:00 19:00- 20:00 20:00-21:00

Current Affairs Mitambo/ Sports Hour Death Notices & Drama

Current Affairs Team Big T Mon: Shandu Tue: Given Wed – Fri: Jennifer

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22:05 – 22:30

22:00 - 24:00

Donald Khanari Pat Nephawe Donald Khanari Wonder Juniper Pat Nephawe Donald Khanari Mulalo Ramarumo Wonder Juniper Hulisani Phosiwa

FRIDAY TIME CHANNEL

NAME OF PROGRAMME

PRESENTER 2012/13

00:00 – 03:00

Khoroni

Pfarelo Maduguma

03:00 – 06:00

Mulakhulu u a Fhinduwa

Thiko Liphadzi

06:00 - 09:00

Vhandilani

Mpho Nefale & Jones Netshipise

09:00 - 12:00

Nne Na Vhone

Lutendo Tshisikule

12:00 - 14:30 14:30 – 15:00

Tshiko Commerce & Finance Denzhe

Rotenda Mangoma Mulalo Ramarumo Jennifer Muthige

15:00 -18h00

Dziaorowa/ Afternoon Drive

Jimmy Da’ Scratcher

18:00 -19:00 19:00- 20:00 20:05-20:20 20:30-21:00

Current Affairs Mitambo/ Sports Hour Drama Education: Civic Education

Current Affairs Team Big T Jennifer Muthige Wonder Juniper

21:00-24:00

Dikita I

Shandukani Lukhwareni SATURDAY

TIME CHANNEL

NAME OF PROGRAMME

PRESENTER 2012/13

00:00-03:00 03:00-06:00

Dikita II Matambandou

Given Mulaudzi Rofhiwa Nethengwe

06:00-10:00 06:00-07:00

Current Affairs

07:00-09:00 09:00-10:00

National Top 20 Nambi Ya Dzi Nambi

Terry Mudau/ Current Affairs Team Terry Mudau Albert Mathivha

11h00-14h00 10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00

Nambi Ya Dzi Nambi Teen Zone & Youth Ke Yona

12:00-14:30

Hip Hop & Reggae

Albert Mathivha Mulalo Ramarumo/ Ndivhuwo Lalamani Shandukani Lukhwareni

14h30-19h00

Sports

Lucky Tshilimandila

19:00-21:00

Devhula Ha Vhembe

Mpho Nefale

21:00-00:00

Dikita I/Party Time

Terry Mudau

The Safa Vhembe FNB legacy U/15 team ended as runners-up in the FNB Lucas Radebe Football festival that took place at the University of Johannesburg from 1 to 3 October. They were beaten 0-2 by Mthatha in the final match. The ladies team finished in third position. After the event, six local players were selected for the FNB national squad. They are Theo Nemukula, Ramuthivheli Muneri, Takalani Ratshilima, Moloko Rathipa, Prudence Rathaba and Mahlatse Mashamba. The three girls were also shortlisted for the South African U/17 national ladies team. By Kaizer Nengovhela

Volunteer adult learners receive their certificates Two-hundred-and-twenty volunteer teachers and adult learners who were taught to read and write received their certificates of appreciation during a ceremony held at the Bergwater Hotel in Makhado (Louis Trichardt) last Wednesday. Presenting the certificates, Pastor Vio-

let Liremi of the Faith Mission Church said it was the centre’s duty to equip teachers with skills. She encouraged the volunteer teachers to invest their skills in the adult-learning centres throughout the area. “A certificate is a piece of paper that many people can obtain, but what we consider is the knowledge of what you

have been taught,” she added. She expressed her appreciation to the adult learners, who performed beyond expectations. “We are here to honour adult learners who felt that they needed to do something to improve their lives. They have served as a good example to our children, who will see from them that education is important. No one is ever too old to learn, because we learn every day,” she added. Liremi also mentioned that South Africans cannot compete with the rest of the world if the majority of its people are still illiterate. Mrs Tryphina Marandela, a coordinator, said that the idea of introducing training for adult learners was to reduce illiteracy among those who were unable to go to school because of poverty and other causes. “The learners can now read and write, and they will no longer need to ask their grandchildren to read for them. They are no longer going to use their thumb print as a form of a signature and when they go shopping, they will be Photographed during the event were Pastor Violet Liremi (left), Ms Tryphina able to read price tags by themselves,” Marandela added. Marandela and volunteer teacher Ms Eunice Masevhe.

SUNDAY TIME CHANNEL

NAME OF PROGRAMME

PRESENTER 2012/13

00:00 – 03:00

Dikita I

Shandu Lukhwareni

03:00 – 06:00

Matambandou

Rofhiwa Nethengwe

06:00 - 10:00

Gondo Vhugala

Given Mulaudzi

10:00 - 11:45

Hu Bvuma Yone hits

Hulisani Phosiwa

11:45 - 13:00 13:00 – 14:30

Soapie Omnibus Jazz Show

Hulisani Phosiwa

14:30 - 18:00

Sports/ Hu Duba Buse

Lucky Tshilimandila

18:00 -21:00

Kharikonane/ Lutendo

Pfarelo Maduguma

21:00 - 24:00

Riadzedza

Terry Mudau

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Munashe Kamera (left) of Bravo Christian School of Victory won the Mbengeni Sports Trophy, which is the school’s top sports trophy. The trophy was presented by Ms Magda Pretorius at the school’s prize-giving ceremony, hosted on 11 October in the Ferdie Beyers Hall.


LIMPOPO MIRROR By Kaizer Nengovhela

Gogobole continue to donate points Gogobole Bucs continued their make the half-time score 2-0 in Nndwambi was brought down losing streak in the Limpopo favour of Barcelona. inside the penalty area and the Dairy league, when they lost Barcelona later replaced Nth- referee, Mr David Nyalungu, 2-1 to Tshikhodobo Barcelona ambeleni Madzhie and their in- pointed at the white spot. Domiat Gogobole on Sunday. jured captain, Oliver Baloyi, with nic Mafuleni converted the penBucs squandered numerous Edwin Lephaswa and Tommy alty to make the final score 2-1 scoring opportunities in the open- Thabulo respectively. Lutendo for Barcelona. ing minutes. Lutendo Nndwambi missed a fortune nine minutes into the game. He received a beautiful pass from Dominic Mafuleni and shot aimlessly from inside the box. He caused another upset a little later. He lost possession of the ball inside the box, with the Barcelona keeper, Samson Mudau, already beaten. Barcelona scored their opening goal in the 27th minute when Phumudzo Madzhie headed home a square pass from Dimpho Singo. Takalani Mathada, the Barcelona midfielder, was cautioned for tackling Sydney Mashau roughly. Solly Chauke then tried his luck from the 25m area and caught the Bucs keeper, Mulalo Elelwani Marubini of Bucs (left) and Dimpho Singo compete for the Maphaha, flat-footed to high ball. By Kaizer Nengovhela

United Brothers too good for Ramantsha Despite numerous attempts by the goal poachers of Ramantsha FC in the opening minutes, their Limpopo Dairy League match against Muraleni United Brothers at Ramantsha on Saturday ended 1-0 in favour of United. The home side immediately took command of the game, in search of an early goal. The pressure increased on the United defenders, who continuously made mistakes. The guys who were giving the United defence a terrible headache were Khutso Dikgadi and Ronald Ramaligela. The visitors missed three easy opportunities in the first half. The players who made the United fans jump up from their seats in disbelief were Muvhulawa Rambuda, Duncan Maringa and Azwitamisi Maphupha. The player who caused a real upset towards the end of the first half was Rofhiwa Mufamadi. His shot hit the upright from the penalty box, with the United keeper, Pfarelo Masindi, well beaten. United made two substitutions in the last half. They introduced Mulalo Managa and Dakalo Thangavhuelelo respectively. The replacements proved to be a clever move on the part of the United technical staff. Percy Munyadziwa of United scored the only goal of the day. Ramantsha have only themselves to blame for the defeat. They abused countless scoring op- Mulalo Managa of United left and Mashudu Dikgadi fight for the ball. portunities.

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The Vhembe FET ladies football team represented the province during the FET colleges' national championships in North West last week. They came back with a trophy and bronze medals after finishing the tournament in third position. They lost only one match in the tournament.

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with the only Absa Premiership League side in Limpopo. Black Leopards are still to lose a league match at home this season. They drew 3-3 with Supersport United at the same venue two weeks ago. In the other matches that will also be played tomorrow, Maritzburg United will entertain Moroka Swallows at the Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritzburg. Free State Stars will play against Golden Arrows at the Goble Park Stadium at Bethlehem in the Free State. Supersport United will pay a visit to Ajax Cape Town at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town.

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Black Leopards’ captain Mongezi Bobe received the shock of his life when he was among the 32 nominees for the African Player of the Year award for Africa-based players. The award is for all the Africa-based players who have distinguished themselves on the continent during the past year. Bobe played a major role in Lidoda Duvha’s campaign in the CAF Confederation Cup last season. He made a significant contribution and scored as Leopards made it to the quarter-finals of the competition. Bobe told the Limpopo Mirror of his excitement, but also said that it felt surreal for him to be nominated. “It is really great. I still can’t believe it. It’s a big thing for me to be there one of the nominees among the best players in Africa. I am really surprised.” The award Bobe is vying for is not the African Footballer of the Year – the main award. Bobe continues: “Playing in Africa helped us to do well in the league, because the team spirit and toughness had increased and we were more motivated. We also wanted to make a name for ourselves and prove people wrong, that we were not only there to make up the numbers.” Bobe will face stiff competition for the award this year. Three players made it onto both the African-based and the overall award lists. CAF will announce the top five nominees for the African footballer of the Year (based in

Africa) by late October after the voting by the relevant CAF standing committee members, namely the media, technical and football committees. The names of the five finalists will be sent to the national association head coaches and secretary generals to select the top three. The awards evening will be held in Accra, Ghana, on 20 December.

Mabhuti Khenyeza of Mamelodi Sundowns tackles Mongezi Bobe of Black Leopards (left) during a match in 2011. ©Chris Ricco/Backpagepix.


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