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Scholar arrested on murder charge By Kaizer Nengovhela A Grade 11-pupil at a high school in Elim is facing a charge of murder and attempted murder, after he allegedly shot twin brothers at the Hubyeni Mall in Elim last Friday. The community around Elim are still in shock following the incident. It is alleged that the 17-year-old schoolboy shot the two, following an argument. One of the victims died shortly afterwards at Elim Hospital and one is still fighting for his life in the hospital. During the incident, one of the brothers was shot in the head. The suspect appeared in court on Tuesday and he remains in custody. He will appear in court again on 4 December. It is alleged that the suspect stole his uncle’s pistol. His uncle works in Gauteng and the pistol is said to have been kept in a safe at home. It was reported that the suspect went to the Hubyeni Mall where many young people were drinking after they had finished their examinations. A community member, who asked to remain anonymous, said the problem of illegal firearms is very serious. “We detest the whole incident. We will see to it that we speak about these things during our meetings and come up with a solution,” he said. He urged all stakeholders to put their weight behind the fight against criminality in the area. “The war against crime cannot be won if all of us do not get together and work as a unit to fight it.

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sent to the police’s forensic investigators. The police further indicated that the 17-yearold is not locked up in the police cells, as he is a minor. “He is with social workers and they are still assessing what the next step will be,” it was stated.

Vhembe’s taps may run dry in December Municipal News Residents relying on the Vhembe District Municipality (VDM) for water may soon be

facing water restrictions. This follows an announcement on Monday by the Minister of Water and Sanitation, Ms Novula Mokonyane, that the VDM owes the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) millions in unpaid water bills. If the municipality fails to meet the demand and not pay its debt that has been outstanding for 60 days, the department will close local taps on 8 December. Mokonyane’s announcement made national news headlines, as VDM was among the 32 defaulting municipalities that were rapped over the knuckles for non-payment. Her department also did not beat around the bush. Municipalities that do not settle their combined R10.7 billion debts, will face the termination of their bulk water supply. Mokonyane also said that the National Treasury was approached to intervene, without delay, and asked to halt the defaulting municipalities’

grants. The VDM topped the list of defaulting municipalities, owing the DWS an amount of R642 877 million. This amount, however, is challenged by the district municipality. Following the minister’s announcement, the VDM said that they believe they owe the department half of what is claimed. “On 10 July this year, a delegation from the DWS, led by their director general, came to our offices where they informed us about R300 million we allegedly owed,” said VDM spokesperson, Mr Matodzi Ralushai, on Tuesday. Even this amount, said Ralushai, was challenged by the municipality’s account officers. The meeting was concluded with the DWS promising to quantify VDM’s bill. “However, that never happened until this week when they threatened to cut off the bulk water supply to us,” says Ralushai. - Continues on page 2


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Province supports AIDS Day By Maanda Bele For almost three decades, today (1 December) has been recognised as World Aids Day. The aim is to give an opportunity to people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV/Aids, to show support for people living with HIV, and to commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. “It is your responsibility to know your status,” said the MEC of Health, Dr Phophi Ramathuba, prior to the remembrance day. In an interview with Limpopo Mirror, Ramathuba stated that the province is making great progress in distributing antiretroviral (ARV) drugs and helping stop the spread of HIV and Aids. “We are proud of the work we done from 2012 to 2016. The strategies that we have implemented to fight this disease are working in our favour.” She said that close to 400 000 people are on treatment and it seems possible to reduce the mother to child

transmission to 0% by 2030. This year’s theme is Right to health. The MEC said that this day to her means celebration, joy, commemoration and sadness. “It is a day that I get to sit and look back as doctor, to those people to whom I used to sign death certificates, because people were dying from the virus.” She emphasised that it is the responsibility of every

person to know their status and stop spreading the disease. The Vhembe district hosted their commemoration event at Tshakhuma Tshitavhadulu Hall on Wednesday, 29 November. The event included a fun walk from Tshakhuma fruit market to the Tshitavhadulu community hall. This year the health department concentrated on distributing information to the Levubu farm workers.

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Taps may run dry in December - Continues from p1 Ralushai, however, stressed that the municipality is more than willing and committed to pay its bill. “… but first we must be clear about the figure after the department has justified this bill that we are disputing,” said Ralushai. But, according to Mokonyane, her department has exhausted all their options to get the municipalities to pay their debt. The defaulters, said Mokoyane, find themselves in their current predicament largely due to their own relaxed approach to outstanding debts. “… we will not be merciful against those who cannot do their proper business of billing in an appropriate way, of generating revenue by collecting and most importantly, of maintaining the infrastructure so that we don’t have huge water losses,” said Mokonyane. Puzzlingly enough, this was also what the National Treasury had to say about the DWS. According to a report from the South African Water Caucus (SAWC) released on Monday, the DWS is strapped for cash and facing severe financial management challenges. Issues that were

raised in the report focused on the mismanagement of their accruals, their overdraft (owed to the Reserve Bank and the department’s failure to collect money owed) and over-spending. A further bit of irony is that the report comes only a week after the VDM admitted to the Zoutpansberger to having several financial challenges, specifically regarding the issue of correct water accounts. The VDM also said that they have problems with the company that collects the water consumption data. This week, Ralushai added to the list of challenges by confirming that the municipality had to appoint a company to help with the collection of outstanding accounts. “We have not been billing our community for the past three months, because we were still busy with the process of appointing a service provide who would help us to collect information,” said Ralushai. Ralushai was not able to say if the VDM would be able to finalize matters before the DWS’s deadline, which if missed, will see residents facing water restrictions during the festive season. It was also

not clear how the VDM will go about raising the funds needed to pay any outstanding debts. In the meantime, Mokoyane’s announcement has been slammed as unconstitutional and unfair punishment towards ordinary residents. The South African Municipal Workers’ Union (SAMWU) said it would be immoral, unethical and evil for anyone to even think of interrupting water supply to coerce municipalities. “This is the same department which owes billions of rands to contractors and has shown no commitment to paying those contractors, essentially leaving workers without a pay check,” said SAMWU in a press statement released in answer to Mokoyane’s announcement. SAMWU reminded Mokonyane that municipalities were not there to make profits, but instead exist to perform their constitutional mandate of delivering services. “Municipalities are by the way heavily underfunded and expected to deliver services to South Africans on a shoestring budget of less than 10% of government expenditure,” said SAMWU.

It was not only the nurses who received long-service certificates at the Zoutpansberg Private Hospital last Friday. Violet Ramalamula (hospital pharmacy) and Caroline Joubert (human resources and administration) both received certificates for five-year service. Pictured are (in front from left to right) Annelize Muller (pharmacy manager), Violet, Caroline and Riana Smith (financial manager). At the back are hospital directors, Dr Fred Badenhorst and Dr Anton Stroebel.

Police seek divine intervention to fight crime scourge By Elmon Tshikhudo The prevalence of crime in communities and police under fire from the community they serve, as well as the fact that criminals see them as stumbling blocks in their operations, have prompted police under the Thohoyandou Cluster to seek divine intervention. Last Sunday all the different units of the police, including the mounted section with motorbikes, put up a splendid display when they took to the streets of Ha-Mangilasi with their sister departments in support of the police. Led by the cluster commander, Maj-Gen Rosina Mulaudzi and a police brass band, they marched for kilometres from the main Vuwani road at Pappas to Agape City, where a formal function was held. Speaking during the event, Mulaudzi said that they have all the tools of trade, but are still not able to eradicate the scourge of crimes like rapes, robberies, abuse of women and children and other crimes. “Thohoyandou is a very big cluster with its own challenges and we are here to say we are doing our best to curb crime, but we have found out crime keeps increasing, and we have realised that there is only one being that could save us from this web of crime and that is God.”

She added that the police need to be empowered, as the festive season is just around the corner. Brig Willy Mashaba, station commissioner of the SAPS in Thohoyandou, gave festive safety tips and warned the community not to have lots of cash on them, as that attracts criminals. He advised congregants to share their stokvel money

through the banks and not trees as they will be vulnerable to criminals. Addressing the congregants, Prophetess Selina Mauna thanked the police for the visit saying they were at the right place. She promised that they will always highlight the police in their prayers.

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Venetia mine on track for early underground production will make use of autonomous/ unmanned machinery inside De Beer’s Venetia Mine is in the mine which is remotely the process of transformation controlled from a surface as they gradually transition control room. The machinery from open pit mining to unto be used include automated derground mining. long-hole drilling, automated The Limpopo Mirror was loading with limited interacinvited last week to experience tion from a human perspective the day-to-day operations at and automated haul trucks. the mine as they prepare them- This will all assist the mine in selves for the final shift from reaching their goal of treating open pit diamond mining in 5.9 million tons of ore annually. 2023 to steady-state underAutomation from a business ground diamond production point of view makes a lot of in 2026. sense, as well as being a key “The project is on track and driver from a safety perspecon target to start delivering a tive for Venetia Mine as their little bit sooner than what we number one core value. It, initially anticipated,” said Mr however, immediately sparks Christoff Kuhn, Head of the the questions whether it would Venetia Underground Project lead to job losses. (VUP) during a media briefing “We have done the analysis. last Thursday. The overall job reduction is Since Venetia Mine opened actually quite insignificant. on 14 August 1992, the mine We are talking less than 5% has become a household name potential reduction in labour in the Soutpansberg. Situated with automation coming in. some 80 km from Musina and However, the skills that we 35km from Alldays, the mine require in order to do that prois one of De Beer’s biggest. vides us with the opportunity to With an annual production develop our existing workforce. of about 4.5 million carats of The net effect is actually quite diamonds, Venetia contributes positive from that perspective,” to 30% of South Africa’s annual said Kuhn. diamond production and 3% Kuhn further explained that to the annual global diamond while there will be a slight production. reduction in employment in the In an effort to expand the long term, current employment lifespan of the mine, Venetia levels at Venetia, which consists Mine’s underground project of a combination of employwas approved in 2012 with ees and contractors, will be construction commencing on maintained in order to sustain the project in 2013. This under- the current open pit operations ground project will see a total as well as developing the future shift from the mine’s current underground project. surface mining operations, Currently, Venetia Mine comprising an 18ha open pit employs 1 353 employees of mine, to underground mining. which 858 is local labour. If The underground project the contractors are included, forms part of a US$2 billion the number is approximately 3 investment by De Beers into 800. In its 25 years of exisVenetia Mine and will expand tence, the mine has established the life of the mine by at least itself as a major player regard20 years from 2023 until 2045. ing employment opportunities It is the biggest investment ever and skills development. Year to by the De Beers Group into date, the mine has created 146 new production. new jobs through enterprise As part of the underground development. During the same project, there will be several time, 14 new suppliers were “firsts” not only for De Beers, developed, while Venetia also but also Venetia Mine. assisted in the development of “When it comes to auto16 SMME’s. The amount spent mation, we are not going to on these developments totalled let Venetia stay behind,” said R2.6 million this year alone, Kuhn. He said that they have while loan funding totalled already adopted a lot of the R674 000. new technologies which can be From the above it is clear bought off the shelves from an that Venetia Mine takes it automation perspective. “We social responsibility very are probably the first mine in seriously and do not just pay lip the world that I am aware of service. During 2017, Venetia that is actually going to impleMine also invested R42 million ment all of these technologies in employee training and concurrently,” said Kuhn. development, training 2 728 What it basically comes employees. down to is that Venetia Mine “The current forecast is that By Andries van Zyl

we are going to carry the labour numbers relatively straight through. We obviously foresee a period where we will have a significant number of contractors required to establish the underground mine, so we will have a ramp-up for a period of five to six years, and then it will start tapering off from 2022,” said Kuhn. Mr Gerrie Nortjé, General Manager of Venetia Mine, added to this. “Our strategy is to transition our employees to underground. We are doing everything in our power to ensure the skills level is correct and that we re-train where possible so that we can transition the existing workforce into the underground space. In some Apart from the two vertical shafts, construction of the decline ramp that comes down from the cases, people will retire and top of the mine is also at an advance state, last week totalling 2 622 metres. some employees will choose not to go underground. We do anticipate a change in the level of skills required but that is a reality that we have to face, and our strategy now is to build capacity and transition our labour across.” said Nortjé. As mentioned, the establishment of the new underground mine is on schedule. This includes the sinking of two vertical shafts to a depth of 1 040 meters with significant infrastructure installed at the bottom of the mine. “We’ve got ground and water handling facilities that we are installing at the bottom of the mine. Production will come from levels immediately below the current open pit operation down to the bottom of the mine,” said Kuhn. The massive diamond sorting plant at Venetia Mine. The mine is the biggest producer of diamonds in South Africa, contributing 30% to the country’s annual diamond production. Apart from the two vertical shafts, construction of the decline ramp that comes down from the top of the mine is also in an advanced state. “We use the ramp system in order to actually establish the top of the mine. We will mine from the top down. We also included a sacrificial ramp into the pit and that will facilitate production from 2021, which is two years earlier than initially anticipated,” said Kuhn. From a project perspective, Kuhn said that they need to do 50km of development of which they already completed 10% as part of the project. “We’ve completed 5km of development [underground]. That includes the vertical shafts. Both the vertical shafts are roughly at 600 metres below surface now, so we are more than halfway completed with vertical sinking,” said Kuhn. During the life of the mine, a total of approximately 240km of underground tunnel development will be done.

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A new Zim - what can we expect? positive changes,” says Tshigomboza. Asked if he was planning to go back The resignation of President Robert home, Tshigomboza says he has settled in Mugabe of Zimbabwe last Monday has South Africa where he is running his own brought new hope for Zimbabweans musical studio. scattered throughout the world. Meanwhile, another established On November 15 military forces took Zimbabwean artist, Michael Jambo (55), control of the country, effectively placing says he is expecting a lot from MnanMugabe and his wife, Grace, under house gagwa’s rule. “This is the beginning of a arrest. Five days later the president of new era. We are looking for big changes. the past 37 years resigned. His axed Mugabe will remain our father. He did deputy, Mr Emmerson Mnangagwa, was a lot of good things like establishing a sworn-in as an acting president to serve high educational level in our country, until the elections scheduled to be held which is all well-done to him. Regardless next year. of the challenges, the situation forced us During the last 17 years of Mugabe’s to think hard and find a way to survive, rule, many Zimbabweans fled the counwhich is a good thing,” says Jambo who try amid economic challenges that were came in South Africa in 2011, where he followed by political violence, especially settled in Muledane. against people supporting opposition Jambo, a married man with four chilparties. dren, says he is not planning to relocate In their desperate attempt to escape back home since his family is able to visit the unbearable challenges that they were him every now and then. facing at home, many of the ZimbaMs Evelisa Maruti, who has been bweans illegally jumped the Limpopo working as a domestic worker at MakRiver and settled in different parts of warela Ext 3 since she arrived three years South Africa, especially Musina, Mutale, ago, says she is also hopeful that the the Makhado Municipal area and in situation will return to normal. Thohoyandou where they tried to build “When I came here, I was suffering. a new life. Since I found this job, I am happy. The Here are the views of some of the Zim- challenge was the time when I was visbabweans staying in the Vhembe district. iting home where I could not withdraw Mr Peter Chirobe, better known as money because there was no cash. I hope Tshigomboza, says he was only 11 when all these challenges will come to an end Mugabe became Zimbabwe’s Prime Min- so that we can live a normal life,” says ister in 1980. Tshigomboza, who became Maruti. a popular artist since he relocated to Mr Life Keremba (29) says he left his South Africa, is now staying in Muledane home village of Mindoro in 2010 and with his family. He says he was forced to crossed the border to Musina where he leave because of the economic challenges. stayed for a while before he settled in Like many Zimbabweans, Tshigombo- Thohoyandou. He is a renting a room za says he was happy to hear that Mugfor R800 per month, where he is staying abe has resigned. “It was not good for with his unemployed wife and two one person to lead the country for close children. He has been making end meets to four decades. Now that he is out, I am by locking dread-locks since last year. He looking forward to see Zimbabwe back to believes there is no difference between what it used to be in the early 80’s. Now Mnangagwa and Mugabe. “I believe that Mnangagwa is the new president, I these people are the same. Mnangagwa hope he will focus on the reconstruction is the new man, but I doubt if there will of the country instead of taking care of be positive changes for us. If there are party politics,” says Tshigomboza. Tshichanges, I will go back home, and I will gomboza, who has been visiting home be happy to be there,” says Keremba. twice a year, hopes that his country will Keremba, however, stresses that he have its own currency soon. “Zimbabwe will only be happy if he could vote for his is a very peaceful country, but there was own leader. “I don’t want a president who no cash. When visiting home, from Beit has been imposed on me. I want to be alBridge to Harare, you will meet twenty lowed to make my own choice and I hope road-blocks where police officers will be that a platform will be provided during demanding bribes. Now that there is next year’s elections,” says Keremba. a new president, I believe there will be

New headman installed Makhado local municipality, Cllr Shonisani Sinyosi advised the new traditional leadership to work hand in hand with different stakeholders for the development of his society. She said that she attended the ceremony to emphasise the strength of the relationship between traditional leaders and politicians. “When I know the leader in this community, it helps us (politicians) to deliver service in a transparent manner and to understand the needs of the people,” said Sinyosi.

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Ms Evelisa Maruti says she is hopeful that things will change for the good.

Mr Life Karemba says he wants to be allowed to vote for his own president.

A new traditional leader, Headman Ntshavheni Ratombo, was installed at Tshituni-Tshafhasi during a glittering event on Saturday. When installing the new headman, Khotsimunene Vho-Japan Mphephu said a new chapter in the Tshituni village leadership has been opened. “I hereby officially announce that Ntshavheni is your new traditional leader. Whoever disobeys him will indicate that he also does not respect me who put the new headman in power. His new traditional leadership name is Mpfuneni,” said Mphephu. Mphephu urged the residents to give the new leader “complete respect as you did to his father”. He also told the new headman that he is installed during a time of transformation “and you have to join the train and never agree to be left behind.” Mphephu added that the new chief should cooperate with other leaders and work with his people for the benefit of the Tshituni community. The mayor of the Headman Ntshavheni Ratombo.

Mr Michael Jambo says Mugabe has done a lot for the country.

The Mathoho Royal family of Tshiombo celebrated 100 years of traditional leadership at Tshiombo Primary school last Saturday. The event was attended by different chiefs from the Tshivhase Royal family, to whom the Mathoho family belongs. During the event, the history of the family was explained, while different types of traditional dances were also performed. In the photograph is the current Chief of Tshiombo, Vhamusanda Vho-Tovhowani Ratshilumela Ronald Mathoho, who became the leader on 17 October 1971. Well-known Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana-Bafana defender, Mulomowandau Mathoho also comes from the family. Photo: Ndivhuwo Musetha

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First computers for rural school By Kaizer Nengovhela Pupils of Tshivhulana Primary School in Vuwani will soon be able to receive computer training, after Light Fibre Infrastructure and the Minister of Public Service and Administration, Ms Faith Muthambi decided to donate computers to the rural schools. The presentation took place at the school on Saturday. The representative of the donor company, Light Fibre Infrastructure, Ms Maropeng Seolonyane said that they believe that the development of the nation goes hand in

hand with the availability of proper facilities. She said that it is a mistake for companies to think they can leave the development of young pupils’ education to the government alone. “These computers will assist the schools in their daily activities and it will also stress that Light Fibre Infrastructure is serious about the education of our children. The computers will obviously motivate the learners and we believe other schools will also be motivated to work harder,” said Seolonyane. Minister Muthambi said that the donation of the com-

puters will help in shaping the village to take another direction. She added that they are sure that the computers will help stimulate education in the region. The principal of Tshivhulana Primary school, Mr Adam Ngobeni, said that the computers will help the school and learners a lot. He appealed to other companies to follow “the giant step” taken by Light Fibre Infrastructure to plough something significant back into the community. He said the donation of the computers would enhance the pupils’ scope of learning.

Minister Faith Muthambi shows a pupil how to operate a computer. At the back are: Ms Maropeng Seolonyane (sponsor), acting Thovhele Kennedy Netshimbupfe, Mr Tinus Pretorius and another guest.

By Silas Nduvheni The regional director of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Vhembe region, Ms Edna Raphunga called on the people living with disabilities to take up farming as a business so that they can also create jobs to the jobless people. She attended the recent award ceremony for People with Disabilities in Agriculture and Rural Development (PDARD). The event was held at the Porche-Villa Hotel and Conference Centre. “We are very impressed

by the way the people living with disabilities in our region are taking farming seriously. Government wants to empower and acknowledge individuals and cooperatives owned by persons with disabilities in the sector, for assisting in establishing food security, job creation, economic growth and poverty alleviation,” said Raphunga. Nine people living with disabilities entered the competition in categories such as household consumption, informal markets and national markets and each winner received a cheque of R10 000. Cllr Rapson Rambuwani, who represented the Vhem-

be district municipality, said the district municipality fully supports the agricultural programme and initiatives of people living with disabilities. According to him, agriculture in the Vhembe district is the cornerstone of job creation and food security. The overall winner, Mr Reuben Ngobeni of Nwamatshenga Poultry Farm at Nwamatatani village near Bungeni breeds chicks and grows tomatoes, butternuts, peppers and mustard on his one-hectare field. He said he also provides tomatoes to Tiger Brand in Musina and other products to the Johannesburg Market.

Winners of the competition of People with Disability in Agriculture and Rural Development (PDRAD) pose for a photograph, surrounded by the senior manager of the department and some councillors of Vhembe and Thulamela.

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Stakeholders discuss importance of a proper communications policy Municipal Policy

The communications manager of the Vhembe District Municipality, Mr Matodzi Ralushai (left) shakes hands with the communications manager of Musina Municipality, Mr Wilson Dzebu after a successful meeting to develop the communication policy of Musina Municipality on Tuesday.

The communications manager of the Musina Local Municipality, Mr Wilson Dzebu said the municipality is committed to two-way communication, building relationships with its stakeholders and to form partnerships with the public and private sector. He was addressing communicators from municipalities, ward committee members and representatives of community stakeholders during the development of the municipality’s communication policy at Musina on Tuesday. Dzebu said the purpose of the policy is to provide clear principles and guidelines for communication in the municipality. “We have an effective communication strategy that has been adopted by the municipal council, but we felt that we should develop the communication policy to complement the strategy.” He added that the draft communication policy had already been

distributed among councillors and municipal employees who have already submitted their input. “With the availability of a communication policy, the different roles and responsibilities within the municipality’s communication are made clear, what is communicated, and by whom. This policy will ensure that communication takes place in a coordinated and uniform way.” He said that the communication policy seeks to ensure that the Musina Local Municipality acknowledges the importance of communications as a strategic management function and as an integral part of its daily functioning. “It demonstrates that the municipality is committed to a transparent and effective relationship with its stakeholders and will do so by a process of consultation and information dissemination. The municipality acknowledges that it has a responsibility to inform its stakeholders of identified issues, challenges, progress made, and results achieved in addressing its mandate.”

“This must be done in an accurate, timeous, relevant and understandable manner to ensure that it reports its achievements and challenges about its mandate. The municipality must also ensure that it is visible, accessible and answerable to the public it serves.” Dzebu said the inputs made by the participants will be consolidated before the policy is adopted by Council to become a working document. The communications manager of Vhembe District Municipality, Mr Matodzi Ralushai said it is the responsibility of the district to support local municipalities. “The draft communication policy presented here today is brilliantly crafted and well researched. We are very pleased by the commitment of the Musina Municipality communications unit and we will continue to give them full support. We hope other municipalities will learn from them that team work breeds success.”

Vhembe admits to problems with accounts By Isabel Venter The sending out of monthly statements is surely recognised as an acceptable and professional business practice, but apparently not for the Vhembe District Municipality (VDM). Ever since the VDM took over as water authority from the Makhado Municipality a few years ago, things have gone from bad to worse. For some months now, residents have been complaining that they are no longer receiving any account from the VDM. Upon closer inspection it would seem that not only the VDM’s accounts department is in shambles, but also the department responsible for reading the meters. In a written response to a media enquiry, the VDM admits they are experiencing problems with their accounts department. “As a communicator, I have received complaints of a lack of statements since September,” said VDM spokesperson Mr Matodzi Ralushai on Tuesday, 14 November. The newspaper has spoken to several consumers in Louis Trichardt, however, who say they have been struggling with their monthly accounts since November 2016. In one case, more than once, payments did not reflect and then the consumer struggled for months to have her account rectified. Another account holder said he has been struggling for the past three months to get an account. This consumer said that he was able to confirm telephonically with the municipality that he owed them R11.47. A third consumer said that he had not been receiving accounts, either by email or post, since June this year. “I want to make it clear to VDM that I will pay them what they are due, but only if they bill me. If they decide to only bill me six months down the line, then we will have to arrange a repayment schedule because I will simply not be able to pay an arrears account once off,” said the consumer. In all the cases it has become the consumers’ responsibility to phone the VDM to get their accounts. When pressed for more answers regarding problems in their accounts department, Ralushai said that the VDM had taken a serious look into the accounts being circulated. He was not particularly clear about the reasons why accounts do not get sent out, simply saying: “… the appointed service provider responsible for revenue enhancement or billing is busy putting up systems to ensure effective billing systems for district municipality clients.” Ralushai said that the accounts issue would be resolved on an urgent basis, but that there were “some delays due to internal processes.” Asked about the impact this billing crisis has had on the municipality’s revenue, Ralushai was even vaguer. “Customers will soon get statements, as billing is critical for municipal revenue. The service [responsible for the issuing of bills] is working to resolve this matter,” said Ralushai.


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No bail for the five accused in grave robbery case

Prayers at Manyathela’s death site Road safety The people of Musina will probably never forget the spot where the late Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates legendary soccer star, Lesley “Slow Poison” Manyathela lost his life in a vehicle accident on 9 August 2003. Clerics from Musina, in partnership with the local municipality, community stakeholders and government departments gathered at the spot last Wednesday afternoon, to pray for an end to road accidents along the N1 road this festive season. The spot is approximately 28km from Musina on the N1 North between the Baobab toll gate and the Sasol garage.

robbery cases, ended on a sour note for them, when all the accused were denied bail. The bail application of the five accused in the The five have been applying for bail in the Tshitavha-Sambandou and Folovhodwe grave Makuya Periodical Court since last month and were denied bail on Friday. Their case was postponed to 13 December for further investigations. In denying them bail, Magistrate Avhurengwi Singo said the case was the first of its kind in Vhembe and that communities are still in shock. She commended the prosecution for proving that there is a strong case against the accused. The five, among them two traditional healers, stand accused of violating graves and corpses and defeating the ends of justice in the two villages. Traditional healers Erick Kwinda (49) and Avhapfani Nemungadi (42), Daniel Nephawe (23), Colbert Nemasisi (29) and secondary school pupil, Mathadzhila Munyai (20) were all arrested at different locations. Nephawe was arrested in the Western Cape almost three months ago. The shocking allegations that body parts are stolen from corpses and then sold, came to light three months ago, after a 17-yearold former girlfriend of one of the accused allegedly confided to members of the community. She told the story of how she and her boyfriend used to wake up at night and dug graves to steal body parts that were later sold to traditional healers. Police dug up five graves and the suspicions were confirmed when some of the body parts were found missing. In one of the graves, the head of the corpse was found missing while in some other graves, bones were found to be missing. Mr David Ligunuba, a community leader at Tshitavha, said that the community was happy about the outcome of the bail application. He urged the police to work extra hard to find the remains of their loved ones, Forensic officials digging at the graves for eviso that they could be buried with dignity. dence at Tshitavha-Sambandou. By Elmon Tshikhudo

The manager responsible for traffic at the Musina Municipality, Mr Ailwei Mutele said the municipality cannot afford to lose more lives during this festive season. He said the spot has been identified as one of the high accident zones around Musina Municipality. “That is why we have resorted to divine intervention, because we know that our living God will hear our prayers. The Bible encourages us to ask anything from the Creator and we believe that this problem is not bigger than Him.” Mutele thanked the clerics, congregants, stakeholders and government departments who took part in the prayer session. “These people were handson from the first day when

Clerics, traffic officials and representatives from various government departments and stakeholders pray for an end to road accidents at the spot along the N1 road where soccer legend, Lesley Manyathela lost his life in 2003.

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Principal Sandy James retires Education

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BID NO 49/2017/2018 – CONSTRUCTION OF UNIVEN TO MAUNGANI ACCESS ROADS This advert follows the previous advert placed in the print media on 24th November 2017 Thulamela Municipality invites tenders for the Construction of Univen to Maungani Access Road. The project is situated in the Vhembe District of Limpopo Province. The approximate duration is 18 Months. Tenderers are hereby invited from prequalified tenderers who can demonstrate that they will have experience to employ staff that will satisfy EPWP requirements during the contract validity are eligible to submit tenders. BID NO

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Venue: University of Venda (Main Entrance Gate) Co-ordinates: (S = 22o 58’ 24”; E = 30o 26’55”).

Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance Status Letter or Tax Clearance Compliance Number • Company registration documents (e.g. CK) • Company profile which includes CVs of proposed project teams • Proof of CIDB grade of 8CE or higher. • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction (not older than three (3) months) and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • If the company is required by law to be audited we need an Audited annual financial statements for the past three years or an audited financial statements since the establishment of the company if the company was established during the past three (3) years (if the company is not required by the law to be audited please provide us with a letter from a registered accountant stating that you are not required to be audited and the reasons why) • List of similar successful executed projects with client contact details and contract values.

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The proposal must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly indicating the project name and Bid number – BID NO 49/2017/2018 on the outside and must be deposited in the Tender Box at the Municipality Offices, not later than 11:00 on 26 January 2018. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any Bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a Bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of the submission thereof. Administrative queries can be directed to Ms Mudau P at 082 716 5011 and technical queries can be directed to Ms Ratshili Sharon at 071 380 0870, during office hours. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned, completed by pencil, sent by telegraph, facsimile , electronically (Fax), or E- mail and without the compulsory requirements will be disqualified.

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and exciting all the way. No journey is without its challenges – the educational road was not always “tarred” but, she quotes the scripture, “He … set my feet upon a rock, and established my steps.” (Psalm 40:2). Sandy says that she looks forward to visiting the school from time to time in the future and is confident that the school will continue to provide quality Christian education, pursue the legacy of a 100% matric pass rate and produce quality graduates who make a difference in the country.

After 28 years of service to Emmanuel Christian School (ECS), the principal, Ms Sandy James, is retiring at the end of 2017. Sandy has been the principal of the school since 1997. In 1989, during the first year of the school’s existence, she was asked to assist the students with Mathematics and Physical Sciences on a voluntary basis. The following year (1990), she accepted a permanent teaching post and has been with ECS ever since, teaching a wide variety of subjects over the years including Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Biology, French and English. The School Governing Body mentioned that, while they are sad to see Sandy leave, they are thankful that she will still be involved in the school in various ways and she will serve as an honorary School Governing Body member. Sandy has indicated that she is looking forward to being able to assist her husband, Chris, with some new ventures in which the family has recently become involved. Chris has always been very supportive of her role in Christian education and was also involved in the building projects and planning of Emmanuel Christian School. The School Governing Body expressed their thanks to the James family for their valuable input. Mrs Sandy James is retiring as principal of Emmanuel ChrisOne of the school’s staff tian School.

Bid documents will be available as from the 28 November 2017 between 08h00 and 15h30 upon non-refundable cash payment of R 10 610.00 per document at office no. 02, Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. A compulsory site inspection will be conducted once only on 6 December 2017 at 11h00 at University main entrance gate co-ordinates (S = 220 58’ 24”; E = 300 26’55”).

members, Mrs Muralda van der Nest, will fill the role of Acting Principal as of January 2018, assisted by the existing school management team. On behalf of the school community, the School Governing Body expressed deep gratitude for Sandy’s commitment and dedication to the school’s vision and mission over the years. Sandy says that she feels blessed and privileged to have been involved in Christian education as part of the team at Emmanuel Christian School over all these years and that the journey has been inspirational

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Tshivenda Film Awards on the cards! Tshifhiwa Mukwevho In a district where little is done for the recognition of indigenous film makers and their craft, the emergence of the Tshivenda Film Awards brings a breath of fresh air. A prolific Tshivenda film producer, Tshidino Ndou, and awards organiser Thivhulawi Mabada are set to establish the first Tshivenda Film Awards (TSHIFA). Mabada said the awards will be hosted annually in an effort to recognise loal film makers and actors. “We want to encourage the development of new talent within the Tshivenda film industry,” he said. “Our initial plan was to host the awards this year, but due to a lack of funding, we had to postpone them to next year.” The awards' chairperson, Tshidino,

said the awards would be hosted next year, with or without funding. “I have put aside R50 000 for sponsoring these awards,” he said. “I can assure the public that the ceremony will take place with or without major funding, because the aim is not to make profit.” Prizes for all the categories will be announced after consultations with all the stakeholders. The TSHIFA will serve to honour, celebrate and promote creative excellence. “We want to acknowledge the efforts of Venda film producers and actors for developing and preserving our home language,” Tshidino said. Mabada said results and the judges’ decisions would be made transparent. Entry applications and guideline will be made available when the organising committee has finalised the whole process. Nominees will battle it out in

the following 15 categories: Best leading Tshivenda film actor award; Best supporting film actor award; Best Tshivenda film actress award; Best supporting actress award; Best Tshivenda film award; Best Tshivenda film producer award; Best Tshivenda film director award; Best Tshivenda scriptwriter award; Best upcoming film actor award; Best upcoming film actress; Best Tshivenda edited film award; Best photographer award; Best costume designer award; Best makeup artist award, and a special award. The TSHIFA organisers invite all interested companies and businesspeople to contact them to arrange or discuss the possibility of partnering with them. For all inquiries, Mabada can be reached on 076 024 6570 or 082 542 4041.

“Donate for the less fortunate” The management of Phalaphala FM are still appealing to their listeners and business people to assist by donating school shoes to help disadvantaged pupils who cannot afford shoes. The station manager, Mr Freddy Sadiki said that their project started many years ago with the aim of helping disadvantaged pupils whose parents cannot provide sufficiently. “Our area is one of the poorest areas in the province and if we do not do something for our learners, some can end up dropping out of school,” he said. “The Bible teaches us to love one another and to look after the poor. Ours is a practical form of duty as the station does things practically and is not just saying it without doing. We have been of help to many needy communities. In some cases, we delivered water to drought-stricken communities and we also helped build houses for the needy,” he said. He said that children need to be nurtured to become future responsible leaders. He added that he is aware of the challenges that the education system is facing “and we cannot just sit and watch. We spend more on the education of our kids, because we know that they are the future of our country.” Sadiki said that he believes that there are many things that rural people do not have and he expressed

the hope that their gesture will encourage others to help in areas of need wherever they could. “It is touching to see rural kids still walking for kilometres to go to school, which is not good. It is more painful that some of these kids must walk barefoot for such long distances. I hope that things will change if everyone helps, no matter how small it can be,” said Sadiki. “I know what it is like to go to school without support. I know how painful it is to be teased by other pupils for not having the necessary uniform,” he added. He also mentioned that some pupils were not dropping out because of laziness, but from pressure and self-denial for not having a complete school uniform. “To most rural learners, a full uniform is a luxury they cannot afford,” Sadiki said. “We have a big challenge of unemployment and poverty in our communities. Those who are blessed should share their blessings with the less fortunate and we appeal to local businesses to be of help to the community. We are also humbled by the good gesture and we will always be indebted to you as a station,” he said. Those who want to donate must deliver the school shoes to the Louis Trichardt Information Centre, Phalaphala FM Thohoyandou and Polokwane studios or the Johannesburg and Pretoria SABC offices.

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Mbulaheni Ridovhona People are invited to attend the Venda comedy festival on 9 December at Makwarela Community Hall. Ms Patience Dagada, event coordinator, promised that fans will enjoy the event. "You can expect to have a lot of fun and laughs,” she said. “The festival is the first of its kind in Venda and is planned to be held annually with different comedians aiming to release that stress. So bring your family and friends for an unforgettable night of laughter. The program is non-stop laughs, and I'm excited to be part of this great initiative.” Stand-up comedian Mr Majo will be featuring comedians from Nigeria (Angel Gabriel), Mpumalanga, Kwazulu Natal, Johannesburg, Naboomspruit and Hammanskraal. “We will also introduce new talent,” she said. She further added that the purpose of the festival was to bring comedy to Venda and also to unearth stand-up comedians in Venda. Another event coordinator, Ms Lorna Nefale, said: "What to expect is beyond what Venda has ever seen, time to de-stress from the overwhelming year that we just had. I feel blessed to be part of greatness that will give a platform to young stand-up comedians in Venda and also to natural Venda talent." Tickets are already available. Those interested can phone 076 798 2947/073 165 4334/081780 8069. Tickets will also be available at the gate. The festival will start at 16:00.

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Tshifhiwa Mukwevho An award-winning singer, Mazwale, will celebrate her music career with a superb line-up of fellow artists and fans at Masana Resort in Tshikuwi, Nzhelele, on 2 December. This young singer with the velvety voice celebrated a milestone in her music career when she scooped up two music prizes from the South African Traditional Music Awards and the Tshivenda Music Awards in one weekend last month. “The celebration promises to be a great event in that both young and old will be celebrating my awards and music in one place,” she said. “There's nothing more important than having your people acknowledging and celebrating your talent while you are still alive. I feel really honoured and thankful for all individuals who continue to buy entry tickets because it is also in this way that they get to show me how much they appreciate my music.” She will also launch her fourth album, entitled U Si Vhone Bere U Khanya. Mazwale started singing as a little girl in the primary school's choir and she was later appointed lead vocalist in the local church. The line-up of support-

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Rhino poaching case postponed By Isabel Venter The wheels of justice might turn slowly, but they have started to turn in the trial of three men accused of illegally hunting rhinos in the Alldays area. The three, Juda Nyembe (42), Matthew Pedro Ngwenya (46) and Thomas Sibanda (37), appeared in the Louis Trichardt Regional Court on Tuesday, 14 November, despite the fact that a fourth suspect, January Machava (41), is missing after his release on bail in 2013. Machava is charged with his three co-accused on three counts of the hunting of specially protected wild animals and two counts of picking up or removing dead wild animals. The charges were brought against them in 2011 when they allegedly killed two rhinos and attempted to kill a third and hack off its horns. (The farms’ names are withheld to protect the owners from further poaching). The four’s case was slowed down at first by Nyembe, Machava and Ngwenya, who brought an appeal to the North Gauteng High Court to be released on bail after they were initially denied bail, following their arrest. Their first bail application was denied since Machava and Ngwenya are Mozambicans and could pose a possible flight risk. Nyembe is a South African, but has previous

convictions and criminal cases pending against him. In their appeal, the three claimed that it was their first time in the Alldays area and that they had merely wanted to buy vegetables, and specifically watermelons, to re-sell at their respective businesses in Gauteng. They further claimed that they had been strong-armed into admitting that they had been poaching in the area. All three were released after paying R5 000 bail money. Following this, the case was further delayed when the State had to withdraw its case against a fifth suspect, Humbulani Reason Matutu (33), who turned state witness. The case finally started last week, when the court heard the police’s forensic report. Following this, it was Matutu’s turn to testify. He said he had been approached by Nyembe and Ngwenya during October 2011 to rent accommodation from him. The two told Matutu that they were working at Venetia Mine and that they had a contract to buy stuffed animals. Over the next three weeks, Matutu said he was asked to accompany them and the other accused to different farms. It was always Nyembe who asked him, claiming that it was “boring to travel alone”. Matutu and Nyembe would than drop off the co-accused on

the farms. Matutu said that the co-accused would enter the farms by climbing through the fences. Matutu and Nyembe would then return to Alldays, where they would wait a day or two and then go fetch the other men again. Matutu said that the men were always dropped off and entered the farms with a rifle and ammunition that they got from Nyembe’s bakkie. Matutu said that, weeks later, he saw a notice in the Alldays Supermarket that offered a reward for information that could assist in tracking down the people responsible for hunting two rhinos on the very farms where he had seen Nyembe drop off the other accused. The farmers who offered the reward alerted the police and it was arranged, said Matutu, that he would telephone Nyembe to tell him of a certain farm where they could hunt more rhinos. Two days later, Machava, Nyembe and Ngwenya were arrested during a police road block. Matutu testified that, shortly before this, he had had a meeting with Nyembe and his co-accused. During this meeting, they had pressed Matutu for more details about the “rhinos” to be shot. After Matutu’s testimony, the case was postponed until 3 and 4 April next year.

Health care at Musina hospital in the spotlight based on government’s Batho Pele principles which advocate to put Representatives from the people first. “As public servants, Department of Health, Musina we all must subscribe to these Municipality, community stake- principles, which include consulholders and local community tation, service standards, access, members voiced their percepcourtesy, information, openness tions about healthcare services and transparency, redress and delivered by Messina Hospital. value for money. Community This was during the Departmembers have rights to report if ment of Health’s Accountability they have not been treated well by Summit that was held at the public servants. That is why we Nancefield Community Hall last compel all public servants to wear Friday. name tags at all times.” According to the Chief ExecuNetshipale said government tive Officer of Messina Hospital, has played a major role to imMr Ntovhedzeni Ligege, the prove healthcare since 1994. He annual summit seeks to address also acknowledged that although healthcare challenges by bringing much has been achieved, there together stakeholders from differ- is still a lot to be done to ensure ent sectors. “Since we inaugurated full access to healthcare facilities. the summit some years ago, we “As a border town, we often have have seen some massive improve- to stretch our little resources to ments in terms of service delivery accommodate patients from our at Messina Hospital. We need neighbouring countries. I urge innovative ideas to support our all community members to play a healthcare system and the Health role in realizing better healthcare Accountability Summit provides services in our community. We a platform to share ideas and also must encourage our children explore possible solutions.” to study to become nurses and Cllr Titus Netshipale, who rep- doctors. There could be no excuse resented Mayor Mihloti Muhlope, to this because government is said the accountability summit is making bursaries available.” Health

Christmas came early for 88 poor and vulnerable children at the Londanani Home-Based Care and Drop-in Centre, when Levubu Christian Fellowship Church presented gifts to them a fortnight ago. In our photograph, Pastor Catherine Lehangwa (left) assists one of the children in fitting his new shoes. Some of the pupils show off their new the shoes while others display their uniforms. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

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Ms Pasa Alden, consultant at the National Braille Consultancy (left), the braille teacher at Tshilidzini, Mr Takalani Tshiovhe, and Grade R educator Ms Tendani Shivambu pose for a photo, while blind learners display tactile braille books after the launch.

Ms Pasha Alden (centre) teaches a new tactile information book of braille to learners of Tshilidzini Special School while the braille teacher, Mr Takalani Tshiovhe (back), looks on.

More assistance for blind pupils By Silas Nduvheni The National Braille Consultancy has reached out to blind learners of Tshilidzini Special School in Shayandima with the launch of new tactile book information. The consultant, Ms Pasha Alden, said the South African Library for the Blind, which is based in the Eastern Cape, has a programme for reaching out to special schools catering for blind children countrywide and to create an awareness about reading braille at an early age. Ms Alden said they were encouraging blind children about the importance of reading braille books with tactile pictures. She was speaking on Tuesday at the Tshilidzini Special School during the launch of the new tactile book information. It was specifically developed to encourage blind learners to read braille when they are still young and has targeted Grade R to 5 blind learners in the programme. According to Alden, about five tactile books were distributed and a short exercise to teach blind learners of Tshilidzini Special School was also conducted during the launch. “The exercise forms part of fun for blind learners, while encouraging them to read tactile books at an early age. We also focus on teaching tactile books in the indigenous languages such as Tshivenda and others,” she added. The head of department of the foundation phase, who is also the braille teacher at Tshilidzini, Mr Takalani Tshiovhe, said he was over the moon to be visited by the National Braille Consultancy to launch the new tactile information books. “We are excited about their visit and we hope our blind children will benefit a lot from their visit. There was a need for braille here in our special school, because whatever they will be doing here at school or in tertiary education, they will need knowledge of braille,” said Tshiovhe.

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Honour for dedicated Elim hospital workers

Water and sanitation forum for Vhembe District muni

village outside Louis Trichardt a By Kaizer Nengovhela fortnight ago. Dedicated workers of the Elim During the event, 52 employees Hospital received certificates and received awards in the different ances on water delivery. It will By Silas Nduvheni trophies in recognition of their categories. The categories include also be largely community driven hard work during an excellence finance, housekeeping, clinical The water and sanitation prob- and they will empower aggrieved awards ceremony held at Kone services, maintenance, information lems in the communities under residents to have a say on the and records. the auspices of the Vhembe management of water issues. It According to the District Municipality (VDM) will further assist with campaigns hospital’s Chief will hopefully be getting the to educate communities about Executive Officer, Mr necessary attention following saving water and changing daily Patrick Mabuza, they the recent launch of Vhembe habits to make sure that water want to acknowledge District Water and Sanitation is preserved and conserved,” she employees who have Community Forum. said. put extra effort into The launch, which took place at She further said the forum will their duties. His said the Thohoyandou Indoor Sports also work with projects steering that in a profession, Centre, was in response to a call committees on newly implementoften marred by made by the Minister of Water ed projects and share information disillusionment, poor and Sanitation, Ms Nomvula about the status of projects. “If a resources and negative Mokonyane, that municipalities project does not work, both the publicity, some nurses should establish forums to admunicipality and community will still manage to uphold dress growing water and sanitaknow before a contractor is even their ethics. The guest tion challenges that communities paid so that we can correct the sitspeaker, Dr Simon may be faced with. uation instead of leaving it to be a Nedohe, said that the The executive mayor of the burden and white elephant.” awards were given VDM, Cllr Florence Radzilani According to Radzilani the because of evidence said the forum will assist in forum will also be their water Ms Tinyiko Fungeni photographed with her The best forensic official, Mr Daniel Manyagof providing quality detecting water leaks and report champions in terms of helping to award as Employee of the Year. we. services to the patients. malfunctioning boreholes, sewer improve service standards and the “Employees are respillages, illegal water connecturn-around time in addressing warded based on what tions, theft and vandalism of the plight of people, putting an the patients perceive municipal infrastructure. “The end to the theft of transformers, as good quality at the forums will provide platforms for illegal connections and other hospital. These include people to articulate their grievchallenges. accessibility to care, good communication with patients, safety, comfort and prevention of clinical errors.” The chairperson of the hospital board, Mr Anderson Mudunungu said that the ceremony was considered to pay tribute to workers who displayed dedication and motivation. When receiving his award, the overall winner, Dr Edward Photographed during the launch of the water and sanitation forum Ramoba, said that it is are from left to right Mr Reuben Rambado (Municipal Manager, Cllr Phineus Themba (left) is photographed with the overall winner, Dr Edward Ramoba (cen- indeed a very special VDM), Cllr Forence pcsa_advert_brdsht_quarter_pg.pdf 1 2017/11/27 6:08 PM Radzilani and Cllr Jerry Khonwana. day for him. tre) and Mr Anderson Mudunungu, chairperson of the hospital board.

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Aids awareness campaign at border post event was aimed at encouraging local community members and travellers to live a healthy life while at the same time being faithful to their lovers. Netshivhulana said the reason why the Beitbridge Border Post was targeted is because there are thousands of travellers who pass through the port of entry on a daily basis. He said the campaign re-affirms the commitment of Musina Municipality to scale-up and intensify the multi-sectoral response to HIV and TB. “That is why we decided to put everything aside to come and make contributions to this important initiative. In order to combat HIV and TB, a collective and multi-pro-

longed effort is required from all of us.” Health He added that it is good, because Musina Municipality has joined during the campaign, they are teachhands with the rest of the world in ing community members how to use the war against HIV and Aids. This condoms correctly, because a condom was displayed by the huge turn-up prevents the transmission of various during the World Aids Day build-up sexual diseases. “We are also encourevent that was held at the Beitbridge aging people to know their HIV status Border Post last week. by testing every three months. People During the event, hundreds of local must know the signs and symptoms of community members and cross-border various diseases and seek medical help travellers participated in health checks as soon as the first symptoms appear.” for various diseases. Condoms were also He added that it is up to everyone, distributed to truck drivers, hawkers, collectively and as individuals, to take taxi drivers and travellers. responsibility for their own health and Cllr Carlton Netshivhulana from that of others. “As a nation, we must rise Musina Municipality said that the to this challenge, determined and committed and confident that we can succeed. We must combat the stigma associated with HIV and create an environment in which all can feel comfortable to be tested and be treated.” Mr Joseph Moyo, a long-distance driver who was travelling from Gauteng to Harare through the Beitbridge Border Post, said that the initiative is very good, because they don’t get time to do health checks or go into the shops to buy condoms, as they spend most of their time on the road. “Many lives will be saved through this Cllrs Carlton Netshivhulana (left) and Prince Sakala photographed during the World Aids Day move,” he said. build-up event at the Beitbridge Border Post last week.

Leopards and TTM play away this weekend Fixtures It will be a boring weekend for the local football lovers. Black Leopards and Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM), the only two NFD sides in the Limpopo Province, will play their league matches away from home. Black Leopards will undertake a journey to Pietermaritzburg for their all-important match against Royal Eagles tomorrow afternoon. The Eagles, who missed promotion by a whisker last season, are desperate for the league points. They are in third spot from the bottom of the log. Leopards are equally hungry for the points as beating Royal Eagles will enhance their chances of winning the league title. Leopards are in the 8th spot with 16 points, seven behind the pace setters, Highlands Park. TTM will visit Pretoria University at the Absa Tuks Stadium in Pretoria. TTM and Pretoria University are among the hot contenders for the league title. TTM will have reason to celebrate if they manage to hold Amatuks to a draw, because the latter are not easy to beat on their home soil. The TTM’s centre back, Carlington Nyadombo, will watch the game from the grandstand after seeing red in their game against Mbombela United two weeks ago.

The log leaders, Highlands Park, will play against Richards Bay FC at the Umhlatuze Sports Complex in Richards Bay. The other NFD weekend fixtures are: Ubuntu Cape Town

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Samuel Maduwa gets special sports award By Kaizer Nengovhela

sports and follow the trail of Caster Semenya and other Limpopo athletes, who were honoured with the highest national awards. Maduwa urged the community not to push disabled people away. “We want to show that the disabled can participate in any sport and we love and accept them in our houses and community.” He urged parents to stop abusing these people and to stop using them as sources of income. He said that disability grants should be used in the way they were intended.

A former national soccer referee, sports administrator and special Olympics volunteer, Mr Samuel Maduwa, received a volunteer award in Special Olympics during the annual South Africa Sport Awards ceremony at Emperor’s Palace a fortnight ago. The awards’ aim is to recognise and honour individuals and teams who havte excelled both on and off the field. During the event, Sports Minister Thulas Nxesi said it was good for sportsmen and -women to be honoured at home by people who knew them. He paid tribute to all the sports people and told them that their talent must not end in South Africa, but that they must also achieve international acclaim. The MEC for Sports, Arts and Culture in Limpopo, Ms Onnica Moloi, said during the event that she believed that Limpopo was the hub of stars. She said young people should Mr Samuel Maduwa with his award. participate in


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Prison officials suspended after October’s jailbreak By Isabel Venter The dust has yet to settle over the recent prison break at the Kutama Sinthumule Maximum Security Prison (KSMS), which saw a total of seven violent prisoners escape during October. While the South African Police Service’s search continues for the two prisoners who are

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RO Na Ndilani aim for Premiership By Frank Mavhungu

The newly formed Tshakhuma RO Na Ndilani will be campaigning in the Absa Premiership Division in four years’ time if the words of the team’s sponsor, Mr Mathakha Madzivhandila’s, are anything to go by. The club is a product of the merging of Tshakhuma Na Ndilani FC and Tshakhuma RO United. Madzivhandila revealed that he approached the management of the two teams three months ago and requested them to close ranks and form one strong team that can be campaigning in the elite division within a short space of time. Madzivhandila, who is the

founder and owner of the Vibe and Jive Brands Company, said that he had pledged that his company will sponsor the team if the two clubs agreed to merge. The new club was finally officially launched at the Tshakhuma Malaria ground last Sunday. The team played against Mutandani Pull Together in their rehearsal match. Tshakhuma beat Pull Together 3-0 to prove that they were ready for the activities of the new season which start this weekend. Madzivhandila also indicated that it will be a 100% sponsorship which covers transport for the team and the payment of referees. When asked why he decided to channel some of his

company’s income towards the development of football, Madzivhandila said that he played football in his younger days and that he then experienced how difficult it was for the club officials to run a team without sponsorship. “Above all, it is my company’s policy to plough back a part of the company’s income to the community, hence the sponsorship,” he said. The former general manager for Joe Maweja FC, Mr Mukondeleli Nemavhulani, is the Chief Operations Officer of the club, while Mr Mashudu “Coolio” Ndou is the team’s head coach. Ndou was the head coach of the ABC Motsepe League side, Madridtas FC, last season.

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still at large, the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) confirmed that they have suspended 18 officials at the prison during November as part of an ongoing investigation into the matter. “The charges will be formalized once South African Custodial Management (SACM) has concluded their investigation,” said the DCS’s spokesperson, Mr Logan Maistry, just a couple of days after the prison break. He added, when asked about the security at the prison, that the “situation at the facility has been normalised”. Some of the country’s most dangerous prisoners reportedly exploited an ongoing strike by SACM warders on 26 October and went on the rampage in an attempt to take control of the prison. Maistry did not comment on any questions about this. According to unofficial sources, the wardens were neglecting their duties because of a dispute that they have with the SACM over their contribution towards the employees’ pension fund. The rowdy crowd of prisoners, the newspaper has heard in the meantime, took control of a control room inside the prison for a short while. They also reportedly managed to drag mattresses into a gymnasium hall and set them alight. A total of three buildings were damaged by the riotous group. Asked about this, Maistry said that the facility was damaged extensively and that the SACM was still in the process of estimating the costs. The newspaper learned from a reliable source that the damages are more than R40 million. In the meantime, the Limpopo Police confirmed that two of the seven escapees remain at large. Phathutshedzo Nemadodzi (34) from Dididi in Thohoyandou and Raphael Nyota (30) from Harare, Zimbabwe, continue to evade arrest. The other five escapees, Chris Faku (37), Jabulani Isaac Mahlangu (31), Thomas Munyai (29), Tshengedzeni Manuka (37) and Justice Makamo (27), were rearrested in a matter of days after their escape. The five again appeared in the Louis Trichardt District Court on 23 November. Their case was postponed until 18 January next year in order to finalize the necessary paperwork to have their case transferred to the regional court.

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Is Flakka, also known as the Zombie Drug, available in the Vhembe District? This drug, which is relatively new on the South African scene, has been spotted in places throughout the country and is cause for great concern. Flakka (alpha-Pyrrolidinopentiophenone) is a drug that causes people to feel panic and hysteria. It also goes by the name Zombie Drug or Red Devil. The past couple of months, numerous videos have been uploaded on the Internet showing the nasty and violent side-effects of the drug after consumption. More recently, footage of Flakka addicts in Durban has gone viral among South Africans. People under the influence of Flakka pose a real danger to

themselves and those around them. Flakka can be taken in tablet form or snorted and sells for between R400 and R1 000 a shot. It is a combination of heroin and crack cocaine or heroin and tik. It can also be smoked or injected and is, supposedly, an estimated ten times more effective than cocaine. Apart from Durban, Flakka incidents have also been reported in Cape Town and is slowly making its way to big cities within South Africa such is Johannesburg and Pretoria. The Limpopo Mirror tried to establish whether the drug made its way north to Limpopo towns. A source from within the local police, who wished to remain anonymous, said that he is not aware of any cases where Flakka was found in the Vhembe region. He did, however, say that a similar drug, with

33 Injured in bus accident Road safety Traffic was held up for hours on Saturday, 25 November, as a result of an accident on the N1 north. The accident happened shortly before the first Witvlag turn-off when a Mabirimisa bus, travelling from Louis Trichardt, collided with a truck that was travelling in the opposite direction. This accident occurred at approximately 14:00. According to the Limpopo Traffic Department a total of 33 people were injured, which included the driver of the bus. Three

more people escaped with only minor injuries. The truck driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle while driving around a bend in the road that was difficult to navigate due to Saturday afternoon’s heavy rainfall. This caused the truck to veer over into the lane of oncoming traffic, where it collided with the bus. The bus finally came to a halt, behind the truck, blocking off both lanes of traffic. According to rescue workers that attended the scene the normal flow of traffic was only restored after 19:00.

the street name Crocodile or Krokodil, has already hit the streets of Thohoyandou. The Crocodile drug gets its name because of its after effects due to long-term addiction. After a period, the user’s skin starts turning greenish in colour, as well as becoming scaly and bumpy like the hide of a crocodile. This can result in amputations as flesh starts rotting of completely, leaving A photo of the highly addictive Flakka drug. Photo supplied. only bare bones. NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS Notice is hereby given in terms of Regulation 43(1) of the regulations published in Government Notice No. R982 as amended under Section 24(5) of the National Environmental Management Act (Act no. 107 of 1998), of the intent to carry out the following activity: Activity & Locality: A Basic Environmental Assessment process (BA) will be undertaken for a proposed construction of two above ground diesel tanks of 20 m3 at substation SS2 and 15 m3 at Substation SS1, a Liquid Petroleum Gas installation of 22 m3 at the laundry boiler and three Oxygen bullets of 6 m3, 6 m3 an 1 m3 on the Siloam Hospital site in the Makhado Local Municipality Vhembe district in Limpopo. The fuel and gas will be utilised for power generation and as feedstock for the boilers at the new extension of the hospital. Small cylinders (176) of nitrous oxide or “Entonox” will also be stored at the hospital for treatment of patients. All services to the fuel tank, LPG installation and oxygen bullets are supplied as part of the infrastructure and services for the hospital extension. The Environmental application (BA) for the diesel tank, LPG installation and oxygen bullets will be submitted to LEDET after the initial public consultation. Municipality Proponent Consultants

: Makhado Local Municipality : Department of Health : AGES Limpopo (Pty) Ltd, PO Box 2526, POLOKWANE, 0700. Tel & Fax: 015 291 1577 (Ref: H Jannasch) E-mail: hjannasch@ages-group.com hvonwell@ages-group.com

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Reris Insurance Brokers Miles Ahead Of The Pack MAKHADO:

33 Trichardt Street, Shop no.4, Louis Trichardt, 0920 Tel: (015) 516 1599 Fax: (015) 516 5867 THOHOYANDOU: Shop C5, Sabina Plaza, Thohoyandou, 0950 Tel: (015) 962 0022 Fax: (015) 962 0027 • E-mail: mureri@reris.co.za

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BISHOP DAVID MURERI RECEIVES HONORARY DOCTORATE DEGREE The expression that if you do good the good will follow you, have proved to be a reality for Bishop David Mureri of Reri’s Insurance Brokers. He received an honorary doctorate, Doctor of Divinity, after he successfully completed the Doctor’s Degree Program from the Emmanuel Christian University. The South African branch of the international institution is based in the Free State Province. Mureri also received an award of excellence in Theology and Biblical counselling during the glittering graduation ceremony held at the University of the Free State last Saturday. He received the honorary doctorate because of his generosity, his hard, good work and extending a helping hand to the needy people in South Africa. According to Mureri, he was humbled by the honorary doctorate and said now that he is an academic doctor, he will continue extending his sympathy and assistance to the needy people around

the country. “Every year towards Christmas time, I give away food parcels to the poor people and vulnerable children, so that they may enjoy the festive season like other people. I believe in sharing what I have, because those who do not have the same, didn’t choose to be in that bad situation,” he said. David Mureri has earned commission since 1983 and believed in sharing his earnings with the community ever since. A good friend of Mureri, the president of Iron Sharpen Iron, Bishop doctor Mashango Mmbadi, who also gruaduated with a PHD in Theology the same day, congratulated Mureri for the wonderful work he was doing and said that the acclaim is long overdue. He said that Mureri has sponsored numerous holiday trips for different pastors around South Africa, handed more than 3 600 Tshivenda editions of the Bible to various churches, donated food parcels to

the needy and also donated funds to the Vhembe Department of Education to award the best performers in Grade12. “It was for this reason that the Emmanuel Christian University found it worthwhile to honour him with a doctorate degree. His award must serve as fuel to continue to do the good work that he is currently doing,” Mmbadi added. In an interview, Bishop Mureri told Limpopo Mirror that he started in 1983 in the insurance industry with Old Mutual. From 1989 he was the branch champion for five years. He started Reri’s Insurance Brokers in 1997. He is proud about the fact that, during his career in the insurance industry, he had received more than 60 awards. Reri’s Insurance Brokers also manages one of the best black-owned funeral schemes. “I think that the Emmanuel Christian University decided to look at me, due to my track record,” he added.

Bishop David Mureri (third from left) and other graduates photographed after the event.

Bishop David Mureri is well-known for presenting Bibles to different pastors in the Vhembe region.

Bishop David Mureri, his wife, Gloria and staff enjoy the gala dinner after the ceremony.

Ms Gloria Mureri congratulates her husband.

Bishop (Dr) David Mureri photographed in the academic regalia in which he received the honorary doctorate.

Left: Bishop (Dr) Mashango Mmbadi and Bishop (Dr) David Mureri photographed with another graduate during the ceremony.


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Platinum Stars and Baroka in draw By Kaizer Nengovhela

reward. Siphelele Ntshangase dished a precooked pass to Mpho Kgaswane, who hit the target after a scramble within the box. Bonginkosi Ntuli of Stars then beat three defenders in a row and shot at goal. His shot hit the upright and bounced back into the field of play. An always-alert Robert Ngambi finished off

the rebound easily to make the score 2-1. Robin Ngalande of Baroka equalized after beating the off-side trap and ran straight to the opponents’ keeper, Dino Visser, before sending him the wrong way. After this goal Baroka came back strongly, with their midfielders dishing some telling passes to the front runners.

The struggling Platinum Stars played their hearts out to hold the current log leaders of Absa Premier League, Baroka FC, to 2-all draw at the Peter Mokaba Sports Complex on Sunday. Stars showed a spirit of commitment from the onset and the draw was a well-deserved reward. Although Stars showed cohesion in all departments throughout the match, the performance of their strikers, Robert Ngambi and Bonginkosi Ntuli was outstanding. Ngambi was everywhere giving support to both his midfielders and making sure that his danger area was always clean. Stars scored their first goal when Katlego Otladisa blasted in a rocket after a rebound from Siyabonga Zulu. In the second half, Baroka continued to pressurize Stars’ defence in their search for an equalising goal. Their efforts did Simphiwe Mnguni of Stars (left) and Siphelele Ntshangase run for not pass without a possession of the ball.

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

NOTICE OF SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING: 7 DECEMBER 2017 KENNIS VAN SPESIALE RAADSVERGADERING: 7 DESEMBER 2017 NDIVHADZO YA MUTANGANO WA KHANSELE: 7 NYENDAVHUSIKU 2017 TSEBISO KA KOPANO YA KHANSELE: 7 MANTHOLE 2017 XITIVISO XA NHLENGELETANO: 7 NWENDZAMHALA 2017

Cllr L B Mogale Speaker of Makhado Local Municipality

Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 19 of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000 that the 127th Special Council meeting will be held as follows: TIME: DATE: VENUE:

14:00 Thursday, 7 December 2017 Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado

All interested members of the public are invited to attend the meeting. Enquiries must be directed to N C Kharidzha or M D Munyai at (015) 519 3000. Kennis word hiermee ingevolge klousule 19 van die Plaaslike Regering: Wet op Munisipale Stelsels, Wet 32 van 2000 gegee dat die 127ste Spesiale Raadsvergadering soos volg gehou sal word: TYD: DATUM: PLEK:

14:00 Donderdag, 7 Desember 2017 Raadsaal, Grondvloer, Burgersentrum, Kroghstraat 83, Makhado

Enige belangstellende lid van die publiek word genooi om die vergadering by te woon. Navrae kan gerig word aan N C Kharidzha of M D Munyai by (015) 519 3000. Ndivhadzo u ya nga tshitenwa tsha 19 tsha Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 ya 2000 uri mutangano zwawo wa vhu (127) wa khoro ya masipala u do fariwa nga ndila I tevhelaho: TSHIFHINGA: DUVHA: FHETHU:

14:00 Lavhuna, 7 Nyendavhusiku 2017 Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado

Mirado ya lushaka vha re na dzangalelo vha rambiwa u dzhenela u yo Mutangano. Mbudziso dzothe dzi nga livhiswa kha N C Kharidzha kana M D Munyai kha (015) 519 3000. Tsebiso ye e mabapi le karolo ya 19 ya molao wa Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 ya 2000, gore kopano ya khansele ya bo 127 e tla swarwa ka tsela ye e latelago: NAKO: TSATSIKGWEDI: LEFELO:

14:00 Labone, 7 Manthole 2017 Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado

Dipotsiso ka moka di ka lebiswa go N C Kharidzha or M D Munyai at (015) 519 3000. Mitivisiwa kuya hi Section 19 ya Mfumo wa Xikaya: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 ya 2000 leswaku nhlengeletano ya vu 127 wa ntolovelo wa khansele ya Masipala wu tava hi ndlela leyi landzelaka: NKARHI: SIKU: NDZHAWU:

14:00 Wavumune, 7 Nwendzamhala 2017 Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado

Lava tsakelaka ku nghenela nhlengeletano lowu va amukeriwa. Switiviso swi nga kongomisiwa eka tatana N C Kharidzha or M D Munyai eka no nomboro leyi (015) 519 3000. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 260 of 2017 File No: 4/2/2 30 November 2017 & 1 December 2017 MDM/lh/SpecialCouncilMeetingNotice_7December2017

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More points for Leopards NFD results The new head coach of Black Leopards, Mr Ivan Minnaert, steered his side to a second successive victory when they beat Super Eagles 2-1 at the Goble Park Stadium in Bethlehem on Saturday. Leopards won their first match under the guidance of Minnaert two weeks ago, when they beat Mthatha Bucks 2-0 at the Thohoyandou Stadium. Phathutshedzo Nange and Nwape Musonda scored for the Thohoyandou outfit, while the Eagles’ solitary goal came via Daniel Sikhosana. Black Leopards moved two steps up the ladder following the victory. They are in the 8th position on the log with 16 points accumulated from their 12 outings. Ubuntu Cape Town registered their first victory. They unexpectedly shocked Mthatha Bucks 4-1 at the Mthatha Stadium. Bucks were the first to find the net through Ronny Nkoana. Ubuntu did not give in after conceding the early goal. They scored two goals before the end of the first half via Harry Dlamini and George Thalana, while their last two were scored in the dying minutes of the game. Ubuntu are still languishing at the bottom of the log, despite collecting the maximum points last Saturday. It was a one-way traffic when Jomo Cosmos squashed

Mbombela United 4-1 at the Park 0; Witbank Spurs 0 and Vosloorus Stadium. Cape Town All Stars 0. UthonTshakhuma Tsha gathi FC 0. Madzivhandila (TTM) shared the spoils with Royal Eagles, and played to a 2-2 draw at the Thohoyandou Stadium. Mpambaniso Monde and Aluwani Nedzamba scored for TTM, while the Eagles’ centre forward, Levy Mashiane, scored a brace. TTM dropped a step down on the log following the draw. They are now in in the 9th position with 16 points, seven behind the pace setters, Highlands Park. The results of the other matches are: Real Kings 0, Stellenbosch FC 0; Pretoria University 3, Richards Bay Mwape Musonda, scorer of Leopards’ second 0; Highlands goal.

BAOBAB MINING & EXPLORATION (PTY) LTD – MAKHADO COLLIERY NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPLY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION AMENDMENT FOR A CHANGE IN SCOPE OF THE MAKHADO COLLIERY REF: 12/1/9/2-V3 Applicant: Baobab Mining and Exploration (Proprietary) Limited (Baobab) is the holder of a Mining Right (Ref: LP30/5/1/2/204MR) and Environmental Authorisation (EA) (Ref 12/1/9/2-V3) with an associated Environmental Management Programme Report (EMPr) for the Makhado Colliery for the mining of coal and related activities. Location: The mining and associated activities are authorized on Windhoek 847 MS, Mutamba 668 MS, Tanga 849 MS, Daru 848 MS, Fripp 645 MS, Lukin 643 MS and Salaita 188 MT in the Magisterial District of Makhado. Project Description: Striving to unlock near-term shareholder value from the Makhado Project, the Makhado Project development plan was revised to reduce capital expenditure, shorten the construction plan, and extend the life of mine. This revision has given rise to the Makhado Lite Project (MLP). The MLP, although equating to a third of the original Makhado Project, has been designed to ensure scalability to the original size. It is important to note that the mine plan, mining method and processing methodology has not changed from the original design and as described in the EMPr. The plant and infrastructure footprint remain unchanged from the EMPr layout, and has only reduced in size. The reduction in size of the project, and the associated reduced production, necessitated a change in the product transport option from rail to road. Product will be transported to the Mactransco Railway Station from where it will be dispatched to final destination by existing rail. The proposed transport route is as follows: • Northbound (full trucks): Exit mine entrance and travel north on the D745 for approximately 14 km. At the R525 intersection, the trucks turn right and travel for approximately 17.6 km. At the intersection with the R508, the trucks will turn left to Musina for approximately 35 km. Coal will be deposited at the Mactransco Railway Siding. • Southbound (empty trucks): From the railway siding the trucks will travel south on the N1 for approximately 35 km up to the intersection with the R525. Trucks will turn left on the R525 and travel approximately 11.7 km up to the intersection with the D745. Trucks will turn right on the D745 and travel approximately 14 km up to the mine entrance. Legal Requirements: Although no new listed activities are triggered by the MLP as detailed above, an EA amendment is required under Chapter 5, Part 2: Amendments where a change in scope occurs, in terms of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations (Government Notice No. 982 of 4 December 2014), as amended in 2017, promulgated under the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA), 1998 (Act 107 of 1998). Notice is hereby given of the intent to apply for an Environmental Authorisation Amendment in terms of the legal requirements as stated above and Interested and Affected Parties are requested to register their interest. Opportunity to participate: Jacana Environmentals cc (Jacana) was appointed as the independent Environmental Assessment Practitioner (EAP) for the EA amendment process. The EA amendment process involves an application, an amendment report, public participation, and decision-making. Regulation 32 of GN No. 982 requires that the amendment report be subjected to a public participation process. The process will include: • Notification of amendment and invitation to register as interested and affected parties (IAPs) for the EA amendment, through notification via advertisement, on-site notices and notification letters. • Availability of the EA Amendment Report, revised EMPr and Traffic Impact Assessment for a public review period of 30 calendar days. • Focus Group meetings to be held during the report review period. • Recording of all comments received and responses given to be included in the Amendment Report. IAPs are invited to register, by submitting their name, organization and contact information to the details provided below, on or before 15 December 2017. Please also indicate how you prefer to participate, by a) attending the focus group meeting, and/or b) receiving the draft reports for comment. Contact details: Public Participation Office, PO Box 13509, Sinoville, 0129. Tel: 012 543 9093 & Fax: 086 218 6060, Email: makhado.project@gmail.com Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers


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from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later. Should no objection be lodged with the Master’s Office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. D.T MPHAPHULI ATTORNEYS, OFFICE NO 04, REAL RENTALS BUILDING, 117 KROGH STREET, MAKHADO, 0920 TEL/FAX: 015 516 6936, REF: MPHAPHULI/ MMV0017/17

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Notices to Creditors in the Deceased estate All persons having claims against the under-mentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publication hereof. Estate no: 00526/2017, Master’s office: POLOKWANE, Surname: MAHLASELA, First names: MULUNGHISI LLOYD, Date of Birth: 1987-05-18, Id no: 8705185838089, Last address: SHIRLEY VILLAGE, ELIM, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. Date of death: 2017-0503. Name and address of Executor or authorized agent M.G MABUNDA ATTORNEYS NO 17 RUH STREET LOUIS TRICHARDT. TEL: 015 516 6620. OUR REF: ESTATE/ 2071/2017

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NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution account in respect of the Estate Late: MBADALIGA MAUVHELWANA VINCENT, ID: 560502 5184 08 7, Estate No: 721/2017, Last Address: 43 Waterbassie Streeet, LOUIS TRICHARDT, IN THE DISTRICT OF MAKHADO, LIMPOPO PROVINCE, will be open for inspection for a period of 21 (twenty one) days at Makhado Magistrate Offices, Makhado District and at the offices of the Master of the Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou

Electoral Commission Notice of Application for Registration of a party in terms of Section 16(1)(a) of the Electoral Commission Act, 1996 (Act No. 51 of 1996) 1. Notice is hereby given that the Ximoko Democratic Congress (name of party) is applying for registration in terms of the Electoral Commission Act 1996 (Act No. 51 of 1996). 2. Date on which the

application will be or has been submitted to the Chief Electoral Officer 24th November 2017. 3. The abbreviation of the name of the party is XIMOKO. 4. Anyone wishing to raise an objection against the intended registration must do so by written notice in which are set out the grounds for the objections and which must be delivered at the office of the Chief Electoral Officer within fourteen days after the publication of this notice.

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R. 983, 08 December Activity 27 2014, Listing notice 1

Listed activity description Construction of a perimeter wall which cover an area of 1ha. in preparation for the construction of a lodge

R. 983, 08 December Activity 5 Clearing of vegetation in area that has endemic plants as well as pro2014 Listing notice 3 (c) (ii)(aa) tected plants which falls under CBA 2 in preparation for construction of a lodge which will have 25 bedrooms

Kindly take note that there are vacancies available for 200 (TWO HUNDRED) unskilled general farm workers on the abovementioned citrus farm.

R. 983, 08 December Activity 6 Clearing of vegetation in area that has endemic plants as well as pro2014, Listing notice 3 (a)(ii)(ee) tected plants which falls under CBA 2 in preparation for construction of a lodge which will have 25 bedrooms APPLICANT: Mr Hangwani Emmanuel Makwarela

(Job description : preparing and cleaning the fields and assist with harvesting products) Minimum wages are paid.

APPLICANTS MUST ATTEND THE INTERVIEWS ON THEIR OWN COST.

Notice is hereby given of a public participation process in terms of Chapter 6 of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations 2014 of the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No.107 of 1998) as amended.

Following listed activities commenced without Environmental Authorization:

(FROM MUSINA TAKE THE R525, THEN TURN LEFT ON THE DOREEN ROAD, THEN 3KM ON THE DIRT ROAD UNTILL THE BOARD DOLE ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE) IN THE LIMPOPO PROVINCE

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 6 DECEMBER 2017 INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD ON FARM ON 13 DECEMBER 2017 FROM 9h00 to 11h00.

RECTIFICATION OF UNLAWFUL DEVELOPMENT OR CONTINUATION OF LISTED ACTIVITY IN TERMS OF SECTION 24G OF THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT (ACT NO 107 OF 1998) IN RESPECT OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF NANDONI GUEST HOUSE ON PORTION 0 OF THE FARM MPAPULI 278 MT IN HA-MUTOTI VILLAGE OF THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY WITHIN VHEMBE DISTRICT, LEDET REF. NO.12/1/9/S24G-V24

An application for rectification of unlawful commencement of listed activities has been logged with the Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism Limpopo, in terms of Section 24G of NEMA, 1998 as amended in respect of the Nandoni Guest House and associated infrastructures in an area that covers 1.46 hectares of land at Ha-Mutoti Village in Thulamela Local Municipal area of Vhembe District. Central Coordinates: S 220 57” 40.54’ 300 34” 34.70’E

VACANCIES FOR GENERAL FARM WORKERS FOR KOBUS STRYDOM ALSO KNOWN AS LANKGEWAG BOERDERY ON THE FARM KROMDRAAI SECTION 2

Kindly contact: KOBUS STRYDOM Telephone number : 0824973244 and/or or e mail CV to : lankgewag@lantic.net

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION NOTICE

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT PRACTITIONER (EAP): Mawedza Geo-Environmental Consulting (Pty) Ltd REGISTRATION AND COMMENTS: Interested and Affected Parties are invited to register and submit comments regarding the project. Draft report is available for comments. Registration and comments should reach our offices not later than 09/01/2018. Registration as interested and affected parties and comment on the project can be done in writing, fax, email or telephone CONTACT DETAILS FOR REPRESENTATION ON THE APPLICATION: Mawedza Geo-Environmental Consulting (Pty) Ltd Prudence Ndou, Tel: 0152913892, Cell: 0833989157, Email: info@mawedza.co.za, Fax: 0867662124

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R437.00 Non- 4 December refundable 2017

18 December 2017 at 11:00 at Vondo WTW situated at Phiphidi along Road P278/1

VDM/TECH/ Two 10ml Command 8CE or R437.00 Non- 4 December 18 December 2017 at 10/11/2017/05 Reservoirs at the higher refundable 2017 11:00 at Vondo WTW Existing R2 Reservoir situated at Phiphidi Site in Phiphidi along Road P278/1 Closing date: 19 January 2018 at 12:00 Technical enquiries: General Manager: Technical Services, tel. (015) 960-2000 Complete tender documents sealed in an envelope, marked with the above-mentioned tender number, must be deposited in the tender box, next to the entrance of Vhembe District Municipality Offices, next to Khoroni Hotel (former Venda Tusk Hotel), wherein the tenders will be opened in public. The following documents are required and will form part of the tender: • CSD Summary report  •  Tax clearance compliance status letter or tax clearance compliance number • Company Registration  Certificate  •  Proof  of  purchased  tender  document  receipt  •  Proof  that  the  tenderer’s  municipal  business account or any of the director’s municipal account is not in arrears (NB: Municipal clearance  not older than three months) or letter from Traditional Authority indicating that they are not paying rates and taxes • Certified B-BBEE Verification Certificate • CIDB Certificate.  Late tenders, telegraphic, e-mail or telefax transmission documents will not be accepted. Vhembe District Municipality reserves the right to accept a tender as a whole or in part and does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. NB: All service providers/tenderers are requested to pre-number and initial their documents before submission. No tender will be accepted from person in the service of the State. Administrative enquiries can be directed to the Manager: Supply Chain Management, Ms NP Sigida, tel. (015) 960-2075. Mr M.R. Rambado - Municipal Manager Vhembe District Municipality, Private Bag X5006, Thohoyandou 0950 Human Communications 138748

Lepelle Northern Water (LNW) is a Water Board established in terms of Water Services Act No 108 of 1997 as a Bulk Water Supply and related Water Services Provider, operating several water purification works and supply schemes in the Limpopo Province. INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: 2018 APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FOR INTERNSHIP WITHIN LEPELLE NORTHERN WATER DEPARTMENT: VARIOUS Stipend: R5000 per month Lepelle Northern Water will provide students’ and graduates (youth) with the internship programme that will assist designated groups to participate in Work Integrated Learning (WIL) programme to acquire work experience, to obtain their academic qualifications and enter labour market and self-employment. DISCIPLINE

QUALIFICATIONS

TOTAL

REF. NO

DURATION

Finance

B Com Accounting

5

2017/10/1

12 Months

Scientific Science

S4 in Analytical Chemistry

2

2017/10/2

12 Months

Scientific Service

S4 in Micro Biology/ Biotechnology

2

2017/10/3

12 Months

Risk Management

Bachelor Degree in Accounting/ Risk Management/ Internal Auditing

2

2017/10/4

12 Months

Supply Chain

National Diploma/ Bachelor Degree in Supply Chain/ Logistics Management

5

2017/10/4

12 Months

Health and Safety

National Diploma in Health and Safety

3

2017/10/5

12 Months

Preference will be given to applicants who are South African citizens, previously disadvantaged individuals, people with disabilities and permanent residents of Limpopo Province. The appointment will also be made in the context of Employment Equity. All short-listed candidates will be subjected to qualifications verifications and criminal records checks. An application letter together with a detailed CV, certified copies of qualifications, academic record and affidavit stating none previous participation of the internship must be addressed to: The Human Resources Manager, Lepelle Northern Water, Private Bag x 9522 POLOKWANE 0700. Alternatively hand delivered at No.01 LANDROS MARE STREET, Polokwane. Faxed & e-mailed applications will not be considered. CLOSING DATE: 18 December 2017 NB: Should you not receive correspondence from Lepelle Northern Water within 2 months after the closing date, please consider your application as being unsuccessful. Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers

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LIMPOPO MIRROR

22 1 December 2017

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

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

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

NOTICE PROPOSED WRITING OFF OF THE OUTSTANDING BALANCES DETECTED BY REVENUE CONSULTING (PTY) LTD (REVCO) FOR THE SALE OF ERVEN WITHIN VARIOUS TOWNSHIP EXTENSIONS OF MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

NOTICE PROPOSED SALES AND LEASEHOLDS Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of section 79(18) of the Local Government Ordinance, 1939 (Ordinance 17 of 1939) as amended read together with section 21(4) of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000) that the Makhado Local Municipality is of the intention to alienate and lease the under-listed properties: ERF / LOCALITY

PURPOSE

TOWNSHIP / VILLAGE

EE59

Vendor stall, toilets, car wash and business units

Elti Villas

E411

Business

Louis Trichardt

E1422

Mini-park and car wash business

Ha-Tshikota

TE1920

Small business centre

Tshikota Extension 1

E2493

Leasehold

Louis Trichardt Extension 4

E4296(Ptn)

Business

Louis Trichardt

E4296(Ptn)

Business

Louis Trichardt

E4296(Ptn)

Business

Louis Trichardt

R578

Leasehold

Elim

R578

Leasehold

Elim

Any person who wishes to object to the exercise is called to lodge his/her objection in writing to the office of the Acting Municipal Manager at Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 or fax to number 015 516 5084 to reach his office by no later than 20 December 2017

Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of section 79(18) of the Local Government Ordinance, 1939 (Ordinance 17 of 1939) as amended read together with section 21(4) of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000) that the Makhado Local Municipality is of the intention to write off the outstanding balances detected by Revenue Consulting (PTY) Ltd (REVCO) for the sale of erven within various Township Extensions of Makhado Local Municipality. Any person who wishes to object to the exercise is called to lodge his/her objection in writing to the office of the Acting Municipal Manager at Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 or fax to number 015 516 5084 to reach his office by no later than 20 December 2017 Any person who cannot write may come to the Director Development Planning at office Number C001, first floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado during office hours from 7H00 to 13H00 and 14H00 to 16H00 on or before the 20 December 2017 where objections / comments or representations will be transcribed. All enquiries in this regard can be directed to The Acting Director Development Planning Mr R V Phalanndwa at 015 519 3273 or Mr E D Fungene at 015 519 3281. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 252 of 2017 File No: 7 / 4 / 1 / 4

Any person who cannot write may come to the Director Development Planning at office Number C001, first floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado during office hours from 7H00 to 13H00 and 14H00 to 16H00 on or before the 20 December 2017 where objections / comments or representations will be transcribed.

MR. M.J KANWENDO ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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

All enquiries in this regard can be directed to The Acting Director Development Planning Mr R V Phalanndwa at 015 519 3273 or Mr E D Fungene at 015 519 3281. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 250 of 2017 File No: 7/4/1/4, EE59, E411, TE1920, 15/3/9, 7/3/2/9, E4296

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

TENDER NO. 99 OF 2017 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF TRAFFIC UNIFORMS FOR MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY FOR THE PERIOD OF 24 MONTHS Interested Service Providers are requested to bid for Supply and Delivery of Traffic Uniforms for Makhado Local Municipality for the period of 24 Months. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 12 December 2017 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R 300, 00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on 15 December 2017 at 10:00 at the Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. Completed bid documents fully priced and officially signed by an authorized person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked ‘Tender no.99 of 2017: Supply and Delivery of Traffic Uniform for Makhado Local Municipality for the period of 24 months” must be deposited in the tender box at the main entrance of the Civic Centre, No 83 Krogh Street, Makhado not later than 12H00 Friday, 12 January 2018.

Tender No: 102 OF 2017 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR FOR REFURBISHMENT TO NEW STATUS OF A 5MVA (22000/11000V) TRANSFORMER FOR MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2017/2018 Notice is hereby given that the tender CIDB grading is 3EP. The ORS Act is changed to OHS Act. The copy of registration certificate with EC SA is no more a requirement. Tender No: 104 OF 2017 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR FOR THE SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF OUTDOOR CIRCUIT BREAKERS AT BEAUFORD AND MAIN SUBSTATION MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2017/2018 Notice is hereby given that the tender CIDB grading is 2EP. The closing date for the tenders is changed to 15 December 2017 when all tenders received will be opened in public. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 244/2017 Notice No. 246/2017 File No: 8/3/2/1543 File No. 8/3/2/1545

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The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of submission thereof. Submitted tenders will be evaluated on 80/20 score points. NB: Only locally produced goods, services or works or locally manufactured goods with as stipulated minimum threshold for local production and content will be considered. If the raw material or input to be used for a specific item is not available locally, bidders should obtain written authorization from the DTI should there be a need to import such raw material or input and a copy of the authorization letter must be submitted together with bid documents at the closing date and time of the bid. For more information, bidders may contact the Clothing, Textile, Foot wear and Leather Unit at DTI at telephone no. 012-394 3717/1390 The exchange to be used for the calculation of local production and content must be the exchange rate published by SA Reserve Bank at 12:00 on the date of advertising this tender. Only SABS approved technical specification number SATS 1286:2011 must be used to calculate local content. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or facsimile or electronically by e-mail, or not having the following documents attached for evaluation or not complying with the tender specifications, will not be evaluated and will be disqualified: • • • • • • •

Valid Tax Clearance Certificate with Tax Compliance Status Pin Issued A copy of Company Registration Certificate Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s). Not older than three months. Certified copy of BBBEE Certificate or Affidavit (For Preferential Points). Not older than three months Fully completed MBD6.2 declaration certificate and local content annexures Proof of payment of municipal accounts, statement/Formal Lease Agreement for Rental or Letter from the Traditional Authority. Not older than three months Copy of Central Supplier Database Summary Report.

All technical enquiries can be directed to Director Community Services, Mr. M J Kanwendo at (015) 519 3078, or Mr. HB Mokiri at (015) 519 3000 while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr. NA Mathivha at (015) 519 3044. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 239 of 2017 File No: 8/3/2/1540

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NOTICE ON THE REVIEW OF AN ATMOSPHERIC EMISSION LICENSE Notice is hereby given in terms of section 38(A) of the Environmental Management: Air Quality Act 2004 (Act 39 of 2004) as amended that an application for the review of Atmospheric Emission License has been lodged to the relevant Authorities for the below activity: Activity: Review of the operation of the Asphalt Premix Plant Portion 19 Rietvlei Louis Trichardt under the Vhembe District Municipality of Makhado Local Municipality. Location: Portion 19 of the farm Rietvlei of Vhembe District Geographical Coordinates: Latitude: Longitude:

23° 2’53.07”S 29°51’7.62”E

The Environmental Authorisation has already been issued by the relevant Department Proponent:

Polokwane Surfacing

Responsible Person:

Mr.A Botha

Polokwane Surfacing (Pty) Ltd Tel: Cell: Fax: Email:

015 293 1221 072 613 6216 015 293 1221 safety@hillary.co.za P O Box 288 Polokwane Ladanna 0704

Limpopo Department Economic Dev, Env and Tourism: Fatima Nkwashu Tel: Cell: Email:

015 290 7022 082 697 9937 nkhwashuf@ledet.gov.za

In order to ensure that you are identified as interested and/ affected party or if you require further information on the application or the activity please submit your name, contact information and interest in the matter to the contact persons above within the 30 days (15 December 2017) of the publication of this advertisement. Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers


LIMPOPO MIRROR

1 December 2017 23

Notice in respect of a license application in terms of the Petroleum Products Act, 1977 (Act No. 120 of 1977) This notice serves to inform parties that may be interested or affected that VKB FUELS (PTY) LTD, hereinafter referred to as “the applicant”, has submitted an application for a RETAIL license, application number F/2017/11/22/0004. CSC SHED DOPPIE FARM NWANEDI 30KM FROM TSHIPISE HOLIDAY RE 70 KM FROM MUSINA THOHOYANDOU THOHOYANDOU

Vacancies & Tenders To advertise your Vacancies on this page, contact George or Yolanda at Tel: (015) 516 4996

The purpose of the application is for the applicant to be granted a license to undertake petroleum retailing activities as detailed in the application. Arrangements for viewing the application documentation can be made by contacting the Controller of Petroleum Products by: - Telephone: (015) 230 3600; or - Fax: or - Email: Gibson.Tshisikhawe@energy.gov.za

Global Solution Development (PTY) LTD

Any objections to the issuing of a license in respect of this application, which must clearly quote the application number above, must be logged with the Controller of Petroleum Products within a period of twenty (20) working days from the date of publication of this notice. Such objection must be lodged at the following physical or postal address: Physical address: The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy 18A Landros Mare Street Postal address: The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy Private Bag X 9712, Polokwane, 0700

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Notice in respect of a license application in terms of the Petroleum Products Act, 1977 (Act No. 120 of 1977) This notice serves to inform parties that may be interested or affected that VKB FUELS (PTY) LTD, hereinafter referred to as “the applicant”, has submitted an application for a RETAIL license, application number F/2017/11/22/0002. PORTION 4 OF THE FARM DUITSCHLAND NR 169 CNR VAN DER MERWE AND REPUBLIEK AVENUE DENDRON DENDRON The purpose of the application is for the applicant to be granted a license to undertake petroleum retailing activities as detailed in the application. Arrangements for viewing the application documentation can be made by contacting the Controller of Petroleum Products by: - Telephone: (015) 230 3600; or - Fax: or - Email: Gibson.Tshisikhawe@energy.gov.za Any objections to the issuing of a license in respect of this application, which must clearly quote the application number above, must be logged with the Controller of Petroleum Products within a period of twenty (20) working days from the date of publication of this notice. Such objection must be lodged at the following physical or postal address:

Notice for Subdivision and rezoning in terms of Spatial Planning and Land Use Managewith Thulamela Spatial Planning and land Use Management by-Law of 2016 Section 62(1) It is hereby notified that application has been made by Global Solution Development on behalf of the registered owners in terms of Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, (SPLUMA) Act 16 of 2013 read together with Land use Management by Law 2016 section 62(1), for amendment of scheme for the subdivision and rezoning of use of land in line with Thulamela Land Use Management Scheme, Malamulele-Madonsi/ Muchipisi ERF 95B from “Agriculture” to “Business 2” (Dwelling Units and Restaurant). The application and the relevant documents are open for inspection at the office of Planning and Development, Collins Chabane Municipality, Malamulele, for 28 days from 24 November 2017. Objection to the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager, Collins Chabane Municipality, Private Bag 9282, Malamulele, 0982, for a period of 28 days. Address of authorized agent: Global Solution Development, P.O. Box 817, Shayandima, 0945. Tel: 081 824 9146/ 079 235 2106.

Xitiviso xa ku ava no ncinca matirhiselo ya xitanzi hi ku landzelela nanwe wa Land Use Management Act 16 a 2013 na mulawu wa Thulamela Spatial Planning and Land use Management by-Law wa 2016, xipame 62 (1) Hi mi tivisa hi xikomelo xa Global Solution Development ematsanwini ya nwinyi wa xitandzi ku ya hi munwu wa Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (SPULUMA) wa 16 of 2013 xinkwe na nawu wa Land Use Mnagement by-Lwa wa 2016 section 62(1) wa ku ncinca mavelo na ku ya hi Thuamela Land Use Management Scheme leswaku Malamulele-Madonsi/Muchipidi erf 95B xi ncinciwa kusuka ka vurimi xiya ka vutshamo ya vanhu na vhengele ra swakudya (Restaurant). Swikambelo na vuxokoxoko swikumeka ka office ya kunguhato na vuhemelerisi, Collins Chabane Municipality kufika masiku wa 28 ku suka ti 24 Hukuri 2017. Swikaneto hiukwaso swi fanele ku tsa leriwa mufambisi wa Masipala, Collins Chabane Municipality, Private Bag X9283, Malamulele 0982 eka masiku ya 28 lama tsariweke laha henhla. Kerefu ya Global Solution Development, P.O.Box 817, Shayandima 0945. Tel 081 824 9146/079 235 2106. Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

Physical address: The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy 18A Landros Mare Street

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

REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS

Postal address: The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy Private Bag X 9712, Polokwane, 0700

All interested service providers are hereby invited to submit written quotations and deliver them to Makhado Municipality’s tender box. Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers

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

NOTICE PROPOSED ANNULMENT OF COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS FOR SALE OF LAND FOR VARIOUS TOWNSHIP(S) ERVEN Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of section 79(18) of the Local Government Ordinance, 1939 (Ordinance 17 of 1939) as amended read together with section 21(4) of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000) that the Makhado Local Municipality is of the intention to annul Council Resolutions pertaining to the under-listed properties: ERF

TOWNSHIP

1421

Hlanganani

1917

Waterval

1919

Waterval

245(Ptn)

Ha-Tshikota

1178

Ha-Tshikota

1308

Ha-Tshikota

1309(Ptn)

Ha-Tshikota

1309(Ptn)

Ha-Tshikota

1311

Ha-Tshikota

1335

Ha-Tshikota

1459

Ha-Tshikota

1217(Ptn)

Extension 1, Tshikota

1686

Extension 1, Tshikota

3400

Extension 12, Louis Trichardt

QUOTATION NO

DESCRIPTION

MAK16/2017

Request for Quotation for Supply and Delivery of Toilets, Cistern and Basin

08 December 2017 at 12h00

MAK17/2017

Request for Quotation for Supply and Delivery of Bush Clearing Machines and Assessories

08 December 2017 at 12h00

MAK18/2017

Request for Quotation for Re-Upholstery of Office Chairs

08 December 2017 at 12h00

MAK19/2017

Request for Quotation for Re-advertisement: Supply and Delivery of Microsoft Project Standard License

08 December 2017 at 12h00

MAK20/2017

Request for Quotation for the Re-advertisement: Advance SHE Representative Training Programme

Attach accredited letter for Unit Standard ID:259622

08 December 2017 at 12h00

MAK21/2017

Request for Quotation for the Re-advertisement: Fire Coordinator Training Programme

Attach accredited letter for Unit Standard ID:120331

08 December 2017 at 12h00

MAK22/2017

Request for Quotation for the Re-advertisement: Truck Crane Operator Training Programme

Attach accredited letter for Unit Standard ID:242978

08 December 2017 at 12h00

MAK23/2017

Request for Quotation for the Re-advertisement: Chain Saw Operator Training Programme

Attach accredited letter for Unit Standard ID:262187

08 December 2017 at 12h00

MAK24/2017

Request for Quotation for the Re-advertisement: Incident and Accident Investigation Training Programme

Attach accredited letter for Unit Standard ID:259617

08 December 2017 at 12h00

MAK25/2017

Request for Quotation for the Supply Of Material, Delivery and Labour For Concrete Palisade Fence at Tree Park Along N1 Road (Phase 2)

CIDB Grade 01 SQ

Any person who wishes to object to the exercise is called to lodge his/her objection in writing to the office of the Acting Municipal Manager at Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 or fax to number 015 516 5084 to reach his office by no later than 20 December 2017

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT

COMPULSORY BRIEFING SESSION

Monday ,04 December 2017 At 10h00 at Makhado Information Centre

CLOSING DATE AND TIME

08 December 2017 at 12h00

Any person who cannot write may come to the Director Development Planning at office Number C001, first floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado during office hours from 7H00 to 13H00 and 14H00 to 16H00 on or before the 20 December 2017 where objections / comments or representations will be transcribed.

Please Note: 1. Specifications of the quotations and MBD 6.1 and MBD 4 can be downloaded from the municipal website www.makhado.gov.za or a hard copy can be obtained from Supply Chain Management office B043, Civic Centre, No.83 Krogh Street, Makhado Municipality.

All enquiries in this regard can be directed to The Acting Director Development Planning Mr R V Phalanndwa at 015 519 3273 or Mr E D Fungene at 015 519 3281.

2.

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 251 of 2017 File No: 7 / 4 / 1 / 4

MR. M.J KANWENDO ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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For more information, enquiries must be directed to Ms TP Ntsieni or Mr M Ramabulana at 015 519 3179/3129/3024 during office hours.

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 261 of 2017 File No: 8/3/2/1

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LIMPOPO MIRROR

24 1 December 2017

LEGAL NOTICE

In terms of Regulation 56 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as amended, the following Legal notices are hereby published to obtain information regarding the families of the following children: 1 Maluleke Ntshuxeko The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Maluleke Ntshuxeko born on 2002.09.01 at Malamulele to contact social worker: Mkhabele NB at Xigalo Tribal at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and/or 073 081 6852 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Sithole Khubana IVY of Mphakati village.

Maluleke Maiba Teboko

2

The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Maluleke Maiba Teboko born on the 2007.12.30 at Malamulele to contact social worker: Mkhabele NB at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and/or 073 081 6852 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Hasani Bangaseka Leah of Xigalo village.

Nobela Khaviso Mesia

6

The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Nobela Khaviso Mesia born on 2013.09.16 at Xikundu to contact social worker: Ndadza Charity at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and/or 072 308 9643 after hours and/ or 015 962 4623 fax. To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Nobela Nkhensani Lizzy of Gidja-Mkandeni.

Mukwevho Kulani

10

The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Mukwevho Kulani born on 2002.08.11 at Dinga to contact social worker: Ndadza Charity at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and/or 072 308 9643 after hours and/ or 015 962 4623 fax. To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Mukwevho Mpephu Lucky of Dinga Village.

Khangale Dominah

14

The Department of Social Development District of Thulamela Municipality is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Khangale Dominah born on 2015.05.22 at Mudzidzidzi Village anyone with information regarding the said child should contact social worker: Ramaano AT of Damani at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Nemathaba Florah of Mudzidzidzi Village.

Mutswana Phathutshedzo & Mutswana Ondwela

18

VHEMBE DISTRICT

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Matumba Ntsika

3

The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Matumba Ntsika born on 2006.06.18 at Muchipisi to contact social worker: Baloyi P at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Vukeya Nomonde of Muchipisi village.

Caring Nyathi

7

8

The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Maluleke Amukelo born on 2005.04.02 at Mhinga to contact social worker: Hlungwani MP at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Makhubele Nkhensani Irene of Malamulele B677 area.

Mukwevho Pertunia Rivoningo

9

Mariba Adivhaho

Ramabulana Murendeni

Nekhumbe Khetho

11

The Department of Social Development District of Thulamela Municipality is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Mariba Adivhaho born on 2011.01.17 at Tshilungwi Village anyone with information regarding the said child should contact social worker: Ramaano AT of Damani at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Mariba Mahulu Eunice of Tshilungwi Village.

Phuluwa Mejuration

15

The Department of Social Development Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Phuluwa Mejuration born on 2005.12.09 at Ngwenani ya Mapholi Village anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Masutha TP at 015 963 1579 or 072 350 2831 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Phuluwa Mavis of Ngwenani ya Mapholi Village.

Muvhango Ndingatshilidzi

19

Nthangeni Talifhani

26

Mutshaeni Nkele Tshilidzi

5

The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Mukwevho Pertunia Rivoningo born on 2005.06.23 at Dinga to contact social worker: Ndadza Charity at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and/ or 072 308 9643 after hours and/ or 015 962 4623 fax. To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Mukwevho Mpephu Lucky of Dinga Village.

Cataka Lutho

Tshiwandalani Ndivhuwo

The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Mabasa Rhulani born on 2001.09.18 at Mhinga to contact social worker: Hlungwani MP at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Maluleke Cinderella of Malamulele 1036B area.

Maluleke Amukelo

The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Mutshaeni Nkele Tshilidzi born on 2004.05.06 at Madonsi B to contact social worker: Maluleke SS at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and/or 073 493 5021 after hours and/ or 015 962 4623 fax. To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Mutshaeni Mashudu Evah of Madonsi Boltman B.

The Department of Social Development Vhembe Distict Thulamela Municipality is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Mutswana Phathutshedzo born on 1008090531080 and Mutswana Ondwela born on 0303275156089 at Mbilwi Makanga, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Mudau Ndifelani of Makwarela at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are unkown

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Cataka Lutho born on 2001-06-29 at Tswinga villlage, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Nethomboni N.M. of Tswinga office at 076 317 3101 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mudau X.D of Tswinga village.

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The Department of Social Development / Organisation, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Caring Nyathi born on 2001.10.09 at Madonsi B to contact social worker: Maluleke SS at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and/or 073 493 5021 after hours and/ or 015 962 4623 fax. To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Nyathi Jane Grace of Acornhoek.

The Department of Social Development Vhembe District Thulamela Municipality is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of Muvhango Ndingatshilidzi born on 2013.07.04 at Mukomaasinanndu Village, anyone with information regarding biological father should contact social worker: Chauke Esther of Sterkstroom Clinic at 015 960 8901 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Muvhango Avhafarei of Muledane Village.

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Mabasa Rhulani

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The Department of Social Development District of Thulamela Municipality is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Ramabulana Murendeni born on 2000.08.11 at Makwarani Village anyone with information regarding the said child should contact social worker: Ramaano AT of Damani at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Ramabulana Malindi of Makwarani Village.

Mudau Mpfunzeni Precious

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The Department of Social Development Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Mudau Mpfunzeni Precious born on 2009.11.06 at Tshidzivhe Village anyone with information regarding the said child should contact social worker: Ramaano at 015 963 1579 or 072 350 2831 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Mudau Phophi of Tshidzivhe Village.

Madume Mulanga

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The Department of Social Development Vhembe District Thulamela Municipality is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of Madume Mulanga born on 2006.12.04 at Matangari Village, anyone with information should contact social worker: Mbedzi Linda of Phiphidi Clinic at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) and/or 076 015 6338. To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Mbushi Edzisahi Shila of Duthuni-Tshivhambe Village.

Netili Takalani & Netili Pfariso

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The Department of Social Development District of Thulamela Municipality is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Nekhumbe Khetho born on 2009.04.06 at Tshiseluselu Village anyone with information regarding the said child should contact social worker: Ramaano AT of Damani at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Nekhumbe Masindi of Tshiseluselu Village.

Mvobeleni Mukundi Tracy

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The Department of Social Development Thohoyandou One Stop Centre, Limpopo is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Mvobeleni Mukundi Tracy born on 2007.12.29 at Tshikhudini Village to contact social worker: Mukhovhi RA at 015 962 0439 or 073 355 7070 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the said child are Mvobeleni Patricia Khathotshelo of Tskikhudini Village.

Mpho James

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The Department of Social Development, Tshikuwi Clinic, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regard to the whereabouts of the father of the child: Mpho James born on 2007-07-12 to contact social worker: Makongoza AA at 015 970 4454 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported mother of the child was Ms James Lizzar, who lived at Kromhoek village and passed away in 2010-06-11.

Maluta Olugaho Masindi

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Nthangeni Talifhani born on 2002-07-13 at Itsani villlage, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Nethomboni N.M. of Shayandima office at 076 317 3101 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Nthangeni N.A. of Itsani village.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Netili Takalani born on 2005-07-23 and Netili Pfariso born on 2010-05-19 at Tswinga villlage, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Nethomboni N.M. of Tswinga office at 076 317 3101 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Netshifhire T.M. of Tswinga village.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Maluta Olugaho Masindi born on 2010-08-25 at Ngudza villlage, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Mulondo G.B. of Dzingahe Clinic office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mabas Gladys Tsakani of Ngudza village.

Mavhutha Tshilidzi

Chauke Tshepo Fumani

Baloyi Philile Promise

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Tshiwandalani Ndivhuwo born on 2001-0825 at Tshivhulani villlage, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Nekhofhe T.S. of Makwarela office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mukwevho Alice of Tshivhulani village.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Mavhutha Tshilidzi born on 2005-03-10 at Hamagidi villlage, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Nekhofhe T.S. of Makwarela office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Netshiendeulu Nditsheni of Hamagidi village.

The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Chauke Tshepo Fumani born on 2003-09-13 at Malamulele to contact social worker: Bila T.J. at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and or 073 583 8990. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Ngobeni Mamaila Caterine of Nyavani village.

The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Baloyi Philile Promise born on 2007-06-24 at Ntlhaveni C to contact social worker: Chauke K.C. of Ntlhaveni C Clinic at 073 013 0269 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and or 015 851 3064. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Baloyi Teleni Emily of Ntlhaveni Block C.

Khoza Confidence & Khoza Helani Witness

Mulaudzi Phophi, Mulaudzi Cynthia & Mulaudzi Ompha

32 Khorommbi Khonani The Department of Social Development, Makuya TSC, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Khorommbi Khonani born on 2006-02-18 at Ha-Makuya to contact social worker: Singo D.J. at 076 171 2871 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Radzindou Ntendeni of Hamakuya area.

33 Khorommbi Mulalo The Department of Social Development, Makuya TSC, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Khorommbi Mulalo born on 200207-10 at Ha-Makuya to contact social worker: Singo D.J. at 076 171 2871 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Radzindou Ntendeni of Hamakuya area.

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The Department of Social Development, Tshitale at Vhembe District in Limpopo, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Khoza Confidence born on 2007-07-03 and Khoza Helani Witness born on 2001-12-20 at Mulima Donkerhoek village to contact social worker: Chabalala X.F. at 079 919 9159 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) and or Randela S.F. at 072 058 3883. To our knowledge, the reported family of the children are Khoza Tsakani Maria of Donkerhoek village. The mother was Khoza Tsakani Maria of Donkerhoek village.

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The Department of Social Development, Tshimbupfe Social Work Office Vhembe, Limpopo, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of: Mulaudzi Phophi born on 07-04-2004, Mulaudzi Cynthia born on 13-07-2001 and Mulaudzi Ompha born on 10-02-2009 at Tshimbupfe Mavhulani village to contact social worker: Mafadza T at 015 961 5590 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30).To our knowledge, the reported family member of the children are Mundalamo Mutshekwa Phophi family at Tshimbupfe Mavhulani


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LEGAL NOTICE

VHEMBE DISTRICT

In terms of Regulation 56 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as amended, the following Legal notices are hereby published to obtain information regarding the families of the following children:

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

The Department of Social Development, Wayeni at Vhembe District in Limpopo, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children: Mulaudzi Ronewa born on 2007-09-27 and Mulaudzi Pertunia born on 2002-10-05 at Masakona village to contact social worker: Mashaba T at 015 873 0148 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and or 072 903 6864 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the children is Mulaudzi Konanani Agrineth of Masakona village.

35 Mangwane Engelina The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Mangwane Engilina born on 2000-0126 at Chavani village to contact social worker: Ntangeni M.O. at 083 563 2476 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mangwane Constance of Chavani area.

36 Mangwane Risima The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Mangwane Risima born on 2006-04-27 at Chavani village to contact social worker: Ntangeni M.O. at 083 563 2476 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mangwane Constance of Chavani area.

37 Sambo Karabo The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Sambo Karabo born on 2005-06-13 at Elim Hospital to contact social worker: Ntangeni M.O. at 083 563 2476 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) or 015 873 1743. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mahoro Masingita of Chavani village.

38 Chauke Ntsakisi The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Chauke Ntsakisi born on 2006-08-25 at Jimmy Jones to contact social worker: Manganye B at 062 213 7396 of Mdavula Clinic during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Chauke Family of Jimmy Jones area.

39 Mathebula Shiluva Praise The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Mathebula Shiluva Praise born on 2009-02-05 at Jimmy Jones to contact social worker: Manganye B at 015 8513 064 or 062 213 7396 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mabunda Mafenya of Jimmy Jones area.

40 Mabasa Shiela The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Mabasa Shiela born on 2004-09-04 at Jimmy Jones to contact social worker: Manganye B at 015 8513 064 or 062 213 7396 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mabasa of Jimmy Jones village.

41 Ndou Twisisani Comprehend The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Ndou Twisisani Comprehend born on 2000-06-25 at Mahonisi village to contact social worker: Manganye B at 015 8513 064 or 062 213 7396 during office hours (07h30 16h00) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Khosa of Mahonisi village.

42 Mathebula Nkarhi The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Mathebula Nkarhi born on 2006-09-12 at Jimmy Jones to contact social worker: Manganye B at 015 8513 064 or 062 213 7396 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mabunda-Mafenya of Jimmy Jones area.

43 Mtileni Vutivi Joe The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Mtileni Vutivi Joe born on 2001-01-14 at Jimmy Jones to contact social worker: Manganye B at 015 8513 064 or 062 213 7396 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mtileni Mphongola of Jimmy Jones area.

44 Mathebula Tiyiselani The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Mathebula Tiyiselani born on 2000-10-18 at Mahonisi to contact social worker: Manganye B at 015 8513 064 or 062 213 7396 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mathebula of Mahonisi area.

45 Shibambu Goodwill The Department of Social Development, Limpopo, Vhembe District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Shibambu Goodwill born on 2007-1201 at Xigalo to contact social worker: Maboko S.F at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) or 083 695 7193. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mabaso Mamohlahlubani of Xigalo Malamulele area.

46 Khoza Thabang The Department of Social Development, Xigalo Clinic, Limpopo, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child: Khoza Thabang born on 1999-11-23 at Nyavani to contact social worker: Maluleke M.C. at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) or 079 986 7866. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Manganye Nthabeni of Nyavani Malamulele area.

Mbedzi Rendani

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, Limpopo province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the paternal family of the following child: Mbedzi Pertunia of ID No: 0405270393088 at Mavhunga Village to contact social worker: Ms Maselesele R at 015 970 4454 or 076 646 2995 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) or fax: 015 970 4454. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Mbedzi of Mauluma village. The mother was Mbedzi Tshimangadzo Maria.

49 Mashapa Pfunzo The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, Limpopo province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Mashapa Pfunzo born on 2004-10-23 at Mukondeni Village to contact social worker: Muumba N.E. at 084 275 1936 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Nesengani Mukhali Elisa of Mukondeni village.

Mafhungo Washu Queen

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Mulaudzi Ronewa & Mulaudzi Pertunia

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, Limpopo province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the paternal family of child: Musekwa Phophi born on 2005-06-16 of Rabali zone one to contact social worker: Ramatsea L.M. at 015 970 4454 or 071 263 5005 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported maternal family of the child is Mrs Musekwa Khathutshelo Dolly of Rabali zone one. The mother of the child concerned was Musekwa Mukondeleli.

Sithubabila Livhuwani

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of: Sithubabila Livhuwani born on 2002-04-04 at Mukomaasimanndu villlage, anyone with information regarding the biological father should contact social worker: Chauke K.E. of Malavuwe Clinic office at 015 960 8901 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Sithubabila Nnditsheni of Mukomaasinanndu village

Mutangwa Mulavhelesi & Mutangwa Wavhudi

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of: Mutangwa Mulavhelesi born on 2001-03-13 and Mutangwa Wavhudi born 2003-0311 at Makonde village, anyone with information regarding the Father should contact social worker: Tshisikule N.M. of Tshidimbini office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mutangwa Zwodangani of Makonde village.

Munzhelele Dzulani & Munzhelele Steven 62 The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children: Munzhelele Dzulani born on 2002-05-23, and Munzhelele Steven born on 2005-12-07, at Makonde village anyone with information regarding the the father to contact social worker: Tshisikule N.M. of Tshidimbini office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) or 072 298 0254 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the children is Munzhelele Shonisani of Makonde village

Mulondo Rendani

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Mulondo Rendani born on 2002-06-14, at Ha-Makhuvha village anyone with information regarding the the child should contact social worker: Tshisikule N.M. of Tshidimbini office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) and Ramalida P. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mabilu Lutanyani of Ha-Makhuvha village.

Mbedzi Pertunia

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Ngxabaze Phindile Felicia & Ngxabaze Unathi

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, Limpopo province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the paternal family of the following children: Ngxabaze Phindile Felicia born on 2000-10-12 and Ngxabaze Unathi born 2006-05-29 are staying at Rabali zone one, to contact social worker: Ramatsea L.M. at 015 970 4454 or 071 263 5005 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Mr Netshituni Timothy of Rabali zone one. The mother of the children concerned was Ngxabase Lindiwe Cynthia.

Ramulongo Manasseh & Ramulongo Livhuwani

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of: Ramulongo Manasseh born on 2002-02-08 and Ramulongo Livhuwani born 2007-01-06 at Ngwenani ya Themeli village, to contact social worker: Ratshidaho Ndivhuwo of Ngovhela Clinic at 015 962 2850 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Ramulongo Thivhafuni of Ngweneni ya Themeli village. The biological mother is Ramulongo Musiiwa.

Mutangwa Pfunzo, Mutangwa Ndivhuwo 59 Precious & Mutangwa Wavhudi The Department of Social Development, Limpopo province, Vhembe District, Lwamondo office, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children: Mutangwa Pfunzo born on 2004-06-26, Mutangwa Ndivhuwo Precious born 2010-02-04 and Mutangwa Wavhudi born on 2011-04-13, at Lwamondo Khumbe Ntha ha Bada to contact social worker: Mudau A.S. at 015 964 1061 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) or 072 298 0254 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the children is Mutangwa Ndanganeni Mercy of Lwamondo Khumbe Ntha ha bada

Matambela Ondwela

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Matambela Ondwela born on 2006-01-06, at Mukula village anyone with information regarding the the child should contact social worker: Tshisikule N.M. of Tshidimbini office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) and Tshililo P.A. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Matamela Tshibuleni of Mukula village.

Ramanyimi Rendani & Ramanyimi Rofhiwa

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children: Ramanyimi Rendani born on 2001-07-22, and Ramanyimi Rofhiwa born on 200107-22, at Itsani village anyone with information regarding the the father to contact social worker: Nethomboni N.M of Shayandima office at 076 317 3101 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the children are Mudau Thivhafuni of Itsani village.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, Limpopo province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the paternal family of the following child: Mbedzi Rendani of ID No: 0808135741086 at Mavhunga Village to contact social worker: Ms Maselesele R at 015 970 4454 or 076 646 2995 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) or fax: 015 970 4454. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Mbedzi of Mauluma village. The mother was Mbedzi Constance.

Nenwali Wanga

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the father of: Mafhungo Washu Queen born on 18 June 2004 at Maelula village, to contact social worker: Ndou Phathutshedzo at Tel; 015 973 9901/02 during office hours. To our knowledge, the reported mother of said child was Mafhungo Hulisani Marble who was residing at Maelula village passed away on 2012-11-10.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of: Nenwali Wanga born on 2008-02-02 at Muledane villlage, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Nemaangani M.N. of Muledane office at 072 824 8481 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mpho Mokgoloboto of Muledane.

Ngobeli Phumudzo

Mphigalale Ndivho

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of: Ngobeli Phumudzo born on 2002-11-29 at Ngovhela-Maembeni village, to contact social worker: Ratshidaho Ndivhuwo of Ngovhela Clinic at 015 962 2850 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Ngobeli Naledzani of Ngovhela Maembeni village. The deceased mother is Ngobeli Livhuhani Eunice (2010-07-18)

Tshivhase Funanani

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of: Tshivhase Funanani born on 2003.11.12 at Gondeni village, anyone with information regarding the Father should contact social worker: Masutha T.P. of Radali Clinic at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Tshivhase Violet S of Gondeni village.

Masindi Rolivhuwa & Munyai Omphulusa

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children: Rolivhuwa Masindi born on 2002-09-06, and Munyai Omphulusa born on 2000-06-11, at Makula village anyone with information regarding the the father to contact social worker: Tshisikule N.M. of Tshidimbini office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the children are Matamela Tshibuleni of Mukula village. 68 Ndou Emmanuel The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Ndou Emmanuel born on 22-08-2006, at Muraga village to contact social worker: Ramulondi F.P. at 073 226 7004 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and 015 962 0439. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Ndou Mbulaheni Gilbert of Muraga village.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of: Mphigalale Ndivho born on 27-08-2001 at Tshilapfene village, to contact social worker: Tshivhase E.M. of Radali Clinic at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mpigalale Avhafarei Cynthia of Tshilapfene village.

Makhuvha Tshilidzi

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Makhuvha Tshilidzi born on 2002-01-15 at Ha-Makhuvha village, anyone with information regarding the the child should contact social worker: Tshisikule N.M. of Tshidimbini at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) and Ramalida P.. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Makhuvha Tshilidzi Irene of Ha-Makhuvha village.

Mulondo Hulisani

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Mulondo Hulisani born on 2002-06-14, at Ha-Makhuvha village anyone with information regarding the the child should contact social worker: Tshisikule N.M. of Tshidimbini office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) and Ramalida P. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mabilu Lutanyani of Ha-Makhuvha village.

LEGAL NOTICE In terms of Regulation 56 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as amended, the following Legal notices are hereby published to obtain information regarding the families of the following children: Continues on next page


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VHEMBE DISTRICT

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Tsanwani Faranani

LEGAL NOTICE In terms of Regulation 56 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as amended, the following Legal notices are hereby published to obtain information regarding the families of the following children: Continues from previous page Mavhunga Phindulo Kelly

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Phindulo Kelly Mavhunga born on 2005-12-15, at Mandiwana village to contact social worker: Bali Kosie at 015 973 0004 ext 2102 or 060 7104 886 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported mother of the said child was Mavhunga Livhuwani, who was residing at Mandiwana village and had passed away in 2016-03-16.

Phaswana Orifha Lydia & Phaswana Thakhani Maano

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children: Phaswana Orifha Lydia born on 090211 0535 082, and Phaswana Thakhani Maano born on 2001-04-15, at Dopeni Village, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Khashane T.M. of Fondwe Clinic at 079 125 4731 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the children are Phaswana Mpho Lucky of Dopeni village.

Nemakonde Tshilidzi, Nemakonde Ritshidze, Nemakonde Bono

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Tsanwani Faranani born on 2005-10-22, at Muledane village anyone with information regarding the the father should contact social worker: Nemaangani N.M. of Muledane Clinic at 072 824 8481 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Tsanwani Azwitaneli of Muledane village.

Mphohoni Nkhumeleni Eva & Mphohoni Adivhaho

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the father of children: Nkhumeleni Eva Mphohoni born on 2005-06-19, and Adivhaho Mphohoni born on 2007-04-03, at Mandiwana Village to contact social worker: Bali Kosie at 015 973 0004 ext 2102 or 060 7104 886 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported mother of the said children was Thinavhuyo Ratshilindela, who was residing at Mandiwana village and had passed away in 2017-07-31.

Rabali Ampfarisaho

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Robane Owen

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Robane Owen born on 2001-10-20, at Khalavha village anyone with information regarding the the father should contact social worker: Makhado T.M. of Fondwe office at 072 464 0209 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Robane Munzhedzi of Khalavha village.

Makatu Ndivhuwo

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Tshivhengwa Avhapfani & Tshivhengwa Gundo Hector

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the father of children: Avhapfani Tshivhengwa born on 2002-01-03, and Gundo Hector Tshivhengwa born on 2005-07-03, at Dzanani (Ha-Manngo) to contact social worker: Rammbuda Mulalo at 015 973 0004 ext 2102 or 060 7104 886 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the children was Rudzani Virginia Tshivhengwa, who was residing at Dzanani (Ha-Manngo) and had passed away in 2016-06-09.

Dzwedzhi Rabelani Robert

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the father of: Makatu Ndivhuwo born on 2006-12-08, at Shayandima Village anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Nethomboni N.M. of Shayandima office at 076 317 3101 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Makatu Maria of Shayandima village.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of: Dzwedzhi Rabelani Robert born on 050405 6072 086, at Tshivhilidulu Village anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Khashane T.M. of Fondwe Clinic office at 079 125 4731 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Dzwedzhi Tshifhiwa of Tshivhilidulu village.

Makongoza Musiiwa & Makongoza Rodwell

Mukwevho Vincent & Mukwevho Sharon

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The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Rabali Ampfarisaho born on 2000-09-08,at Mukula Village, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Kwinda T.Z. of Tshidimbini office at 015 963 1579 during office hours (07h30 16h30) and Tshililo P.A. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Rabali Ntevhedzeni Grace of Mukula village.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the paternal family of children: Makongoza Musiiwa born on 2007-05-01, and Makongoza Rodwell born on 200112-01, are staying at Mulelu village, to contact social worker: Ramatsea L.M. at 087 0861 602 or 071 263 5005 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) or fax: 015 979 4454. To our knowledge, the reported family of the children is Mr Mugodo Khakhu Selina of Mulelu village. The mother of the children concerned was Gladys Makongoza and the father of the children was a Mr Solomon who was a Mozambiquian citizen and has passed away and there is no access to his death certificate.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District of Thulamela Municipality, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children: Mukwevho Vincent born on 2006-02-07, and Mukwevho Sharon born on 2003-02-09, at Shayandima Village, anyone with information regarding the father should contact social worker: Nethomboni N.M. of Shayandima office at 076 317 3101 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Mudau Norian of Shayandima village.

Mugwabane Lindelani

Mulovhedzi Zwivhuya

Selemela Ntanganedzeni Obert

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The Department of Social Development / Organisation Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the father of the children Nemakonde Tshilidzi born on 2000.05.05, Nemakonde Ritshidze born on 2003.04.19, Nemakonde Bono born on 2005.09.08 at Thononda Village, to contact social worker: Nduvheni Z at 015 973 0004 ext 2102 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the mother of the children Ms Nemakonde Selinah was deceased on 2011.02.02

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the father of the child Mugwabane Lindelani born on 2001.03.16 at Tshiheni Village, to contact social worker: Nduvheni Z at 015 973 0004 ext 2102 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30). To our knowledge, the reported mother of the said child Ms Mugwabane Hangwani Rosinah who was residing at Tshiheni Village and passed away on the 2017.06.04

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Thandululo CBR, Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of the child Mulovhedzi Zwivhuya born on 2004.06.11 at Tskikundamalema, to contact social worker: Mbevhana TV at 076 313 2742 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) or after hours or 015 967 0325 fax. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Munyai Thifhelimbilu who was residing at Tskikundamalema and passed away on the 2017.06.04

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the father of Selemela Ntanganedzeni Obert born on 2006.02.07 at Vuvha Village, to contact social worker: Ndou Phathutshedzo at 015 973 9901/02 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00). To our knowledge, the reported mother of the child was Makhado Gloria who was residing at Vuvha Village and passed away on 2013.03.21

Kgomotso Abel Sithole; Mpho Sithole

Matodzi Merrium

Manenzhe Nyambeni

Mawelewele Ndivho

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The Department of Social Development / Organisation Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regarding whereabouts of biological father of Kgomotso Abel Sithole born on 2002.10.25, Mpho Sithole born on 2001.01.23, currently residing at Musina 27B, Mushongoville, Musina, to contact social worker: Linda Velempini at 015 534 3300 during office hours (07h30 16h30) and/or 015 534 3292. The mother of the children is Mitloti Keas Adelaide, ID no: 7601260595085

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Vhembe District, is requesting anyone with information with regarding whereabouts of biological father of Matodzi Merrium born on 2001.05.06 born in Musina, currently residing at house no 3087, Matswale Phase 11 to contact social worker: Rasivhaga MJ Musina DSD at 015 534 3291 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) and/or 015 534 3292 fax. To our knowledge, the mother if the child concerned is the late Matodzi Joyce, ID no: 7309111060081 from Doreen Farms.

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Limpopo, Vhembe, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child of Manenzhe Nyambeni born on 2000.08.19 at Munzhedzi, to contact social worker Tshisele N at 072 319 5241 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) or after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Manenzhe Munyadziwa of Munzhedzi Village.

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Limpopo, Vhembe, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Mawelewele Ndivho born on 2004.12.12 at Vleifontein to contact social worker Mdanabula ER at 076 445 3744 during office hours (07h30-16h00) or 081 497 8465 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Davhula Muvhulawa Jane of Vleifontein location.

Muvhali Mukhethwa; Muvhali Johny

Nesengani Mashudu Eduarence

Matumba Vele Comfort

Nembahe Godfrey Mukondi, Nembahe Khethani, Nembahe Pfano

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The Department of Social Development / Organisation Vuwani, Vhembe District in Limpopo, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Muvhali Mukhethwa born on 2000.01.16, Muvhali Johny born on 2005.06.09 at Tshino Village to contact social worker Mudau MM at 015 961 5590 during office hours (07h3016h00) and/or 060 503 0087 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Mabulela Livhuwani Anna (mother) who passed away in 2014.04.18 of Tshino Village.

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Muwaweni, Vhembe District in Limpopo, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Nesengani Mashudu Eduarence born on 2004.10.16, at Madadzhi Village to contact social worker Mukoma BA at 078 979 9668 during office hours (07h30-16h00) and/or 079 382 6729 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Nesengani Dakalo (mother) of Madadzhi Village who passed away.

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the paternal family of the following child Matumba Vele comfort born on ID: 0502161217083, at Matanda Zone 3 Village to contact social worker Ms Nemukula NG at 087 086 0602 or 072 873 7151 during office hours (07h30-16h00) and/or 015 962 2918 fax. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Matumba of Matanda Village. The mother was Matumba Muelelwa Elisana

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the paternal family of the following children Nembahe Godfrey Mukondi born on 2001.09.09, Nembahe Khethani born on 2005.06.30, Nembahe Pfano born on 2009.03.08, are staying at Tshituni Tshifhani to contact social worker Ramatsea LM at087 086 1602 or 071 263 5005 during office hours (07h30-16h30) and/ or 087 0861 602 fax. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Miss Nembahe Elelwani of Tshituni Tshafhasi who is the maternal aunt of the children concerned.

Masala Antikaho

Ungani Uhone Tolarence

Ungani Mufunwa Julia

Shibambu Aventia

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The Department of Social Development / Organisation Thandululo CBR, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Masala Antikaho born on 2002.09.19, at Maheni to contact social worker Nemandalale Winnie at 087 086 1863 during office hours (07h30-16h00) and/or 071 416 8533 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Masala Mudadzho Eunice of Maheni who is the maternal aunt of the children concerned.

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Social Development Limpopo, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Ungani Uhone Tolarence born on 2004.10.05, at Tshapasha to contact social worker Mokoditoa RL at Mutale Health Centre at 072 621 5015 during office hours (07h30-16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Ungani Nkhweleleni Selinah of Tshapasha.

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Social Development Limpopo, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Ungani Mufunwa Julia born on 2007.12.21, at Tshapasha to contact social worker Mokoditoa RL at Mutale Health Centre at 072 621 5012 during office hours (07h30-16h00). To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Ungani Nkhweleleni Selinah of Tshapasha.

Shibambu Aircon

Makhuvele Sakinah

Chauke Mikheso

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The Department of Social Development / Organisation Limpopo Vhembe, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Shibambu Aircon born on 2007.10.29, at Nwatinyamani to contact social worker Ntangeni MO at 083 556 2476 during office hours (07h30-16h00) and/or 015 873 1743 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Maluleke Nkhensani of Nwatinyamani.

The Department of Social Development / Organisation Limpopo Vhembe, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Makhuvele Sakinah born on 2010.12.11, at Chavani to contact social worker Ntangeni MO at 083 556 2476 during office hours (07h30-16h00) and/or 015 873 1743 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Makhuvele Miluva of Chavani Village.

100 Chauke Hluvuko The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Chauke Hluvuko born on 2011-10-18, at Jimmy Jones village, to contact social worker: Manganye B at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and 062 213 7396. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Chauke Family of Jimmy Jones village.

The Department of Social Development, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Davhula Ampfaho born on 2011-10-12, at Folovhodwe Dzumbama village, to contact social worker: Netshisaulu K.T. at 072 250 8949 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and 072 250 8949. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Munyai Elisah Merriam of Folovhodwe Dzumbama area.

Davhula Ampfaho

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The Department of Social Development / Organisation Limpopo Vhembe, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Chauke Mikheso born on 2010.11.24, at Chavani to contact social worker Ntangeni MO at 083 556 2476 during office hours (07h30-16h00) and/or 015 873 1743 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Chauke Yimisa Annah of Chavani Village.

Mavuyangwa Ntivakalo

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The Department of Social Development, Malamulele, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child: Mavuyangwa Ntivakalo born on 2011-04-15, at Malamulele village, to contact social worker: Mkhabele N.B. of Xigalo Tribal at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30 - 16h00) and 073 081 6852. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child are Chauke Maria Welheminah of Mphakati village.

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The Department of Social Development / Organisation Limpopo Vhembe, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Shibambu Aventia born on 2005.12.14, at Chavani to contact social worker Ntangeni MO at 083 556 2476 during office hours (07h30-16h00) and/or 015 373 1743 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Maluleke Nkhensani of Nwatinyamani.

Maluleke Nhlahla Xikongomelo

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The Department of Social Development / Organisation Limpopo Vhembe, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child Maluleke Nhlahla Xikongomelo born on 2015.04.03, at Mahonisi to contact social worker Manganye B at 015 851 3064 during office hours (07h30-16h00) and/or 062 213 7396 after hours. To our knowledge, the reported family of the child is Xisiwana of Mahonisi Village.

Chauke Tsepo Remember & Chauke Charlie

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The Department of Social Development, Tshikuwi Clinic, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, is requesting anyone with information with regards to the whereabouts of the father of the following children: Chauke Tsepo Remember born on 2002-10-02, and Chauke Charlie born 1999-09-07 to contact social worker: Makongoza AA at 015 970 4454 during office hours (07h30 - 16h30) To our knowledge, the reported family of the children was Ms Chauke Shalati Jeanette who lived at Tshikuwi village and passed away in 2014-06-19 at Siloam Hospital.


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RO too good for Pull Together By Frank Mavhungu Tshakhuma RO Na Ndilani proved beyond any doubt that they are ready for the new season when they brutally crushed Mutandani Pull Together 3-0 in their rehearsal match at the Tshakhuma Malaria grounds last Sunday. Pull Together approached the game like a house on fire, but their original fighting spirit vanished with time. They threatened to score twice within the first 20 minutes. Fhatuwani Mufamadi had his chance in the 9th minute, when he unleashed a half volley from the 20-metre area. The goal was denied by the Tshakhuma keeper, Khuthadzo Mukomafhedzi. Mazwifhi Khangale came close to scoring moments later. His closerange ground cutter missed the target by inches. No goal was scored in the first half despite numerous attempts from both sides. Tshakhuma replaced Lufuno Mugodi and Oscar Ntshauba with Maboho Nevari and Masala Muedi respectively. The replacements marked the turning point of the game Pfunzo Phosha of Pull Together (front) and Masala Muedi of Tshakhuma chase the ball. as Pull Together were chasing action for the better part of the second half. Tshakhuma opened their account in the 64th minute. Their slender striker, Mulalo Mukhithi, was brought down within the box, prompting the referee to award a penalty to the home side. Maboho Nevari made no mistake from the penalty spot. The keeper of Pull Together, Rolivhuwa Mulaudzi, fumbled the ball, following Rofhiwa Netshiungani’s attempt. Ntanganedzeni Mudau, who was in the perfect scoring position, hooked the ball in. Rofhiwa Netshiungani scored the third later in the game following a square pass Rinae Madzhuta of Tshakhuma hooks the ball, while Fhatuwani Mufamadi of Pull Together tackles him from behind. from Masala Muedi.

ABC Motsepe weekend fixtures By Frank Mavhungu While the other three Vhembe based ABC Motsepe League sides, Tshakhuma Tsha

Maweja’s striker, Mashudu Makhari.

Madzivhandila, Mikhado and Madridtas FC, will play their league matches away from home this weekend, the Tshifulanani Stadium will be the best place to be tomorrow afternoon. That is where Joe Maweja will host Great North FC in what the soccer fanatics described as the war between the Biblical David and Goliath. Although they will be playing in front of their home crowd, Maweja will be lucky if by chance they manage to hold Great North to a draw. Maweja are fighting for survival at the bottom of the log, while the visitors from Polokwane are one of the hot contenders for the league title. Maweja have managed to win only one of the nine matches they have played to date. The Great North defenders, Ronny Bopape, James Mayekiso and George Maake will have a tough task to perform against the strikers of Maweja, Mashudu Makhari, Unarine Ralukake and Takalani Mashila. After overwhelming the pace setters, Ndengeza FC, 3-1 at the Tshifudi Stadium last Saturday, Madridtas will be away to Magezi FC at the TT Cholo Stadium in Polokwane. Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC will travel to Sekhukhune where they will lock horns with Ditlou FC at the Jane Furse Stadium. Tshakhuma must collect maximum points tomorrow ifthey are serious about escaping the relegation axe at the end of the season. They are lying on the 3rd position from the bottom of the log. The newcomers, Baroka FC, will host Mikhado FC at the Ngoana Mahube Stadium in Polokwane. Ndengeza FC will host Polokwane Academy at the Giyani Stadium. The other fixtures are: Mighty FC vs Giyani Hotspurs, Molemole Academy vs Polokwane United and Boyne Tigers vs The Dolphins.

From left are Mathilda Chauke, Makonde Mbedzi, Nqobile Nsindane, Tshianeo Abureni and Benny Mufamadi.

Youth tournament for U/17 teams By Kaizer Nengovhela The Idicon Investment U/17 Soccer Challenge was launched at Benny’s Care Sport Academy last Friday. The tournament recently secured a sponsorship of R60 000. The tournament caters youth teams around the Sinthumule and Kutama area. Mr Alex Abureni of Idicon Investment said that, through this investment, they are ploughing back into the community and are hoping to help develop young players at grassroots level. When asked why they had decided to sponsor a sports tournament in Sinthumule and Kutama, Abureni said that they believe in the proverbial expression that reads “charity begins at home.” “If our young people partic-

ipate in sports, they will stay away from trouble. One can also make a living through playing soccer,” said Abureni. He said he was also encouraging youngsters to take education seriously “and not to rush to make a quick buck before securing their future. Education is the key that can open closed doors for a sportsman or artist. One must be able to read and understand contracts and also have somewhere to go when one’s sporting career is over.” “The route that soccer took is the right one that the youth could follow. Many of our players are buried paupers after glorious soccer careers, because of a lack of education. We encourage others to follow education,” said Abureni. When showing his appreciation for the sponsorship, the organiser of the tournament,

Mr Benny Mufamadi, described Idicon Investment as “a selfless and caring father”. He said it was painful to see that most businesspeople were not ploughing back into the community. He said most of the soccer stars of yesterday were now penniless and some were even taking ordinary jobs after a life of glory. “I have come to realize that a soccer career is very short and that many have hit hard times after being in the limelight and leading a life of glamour. With education, one is secure for life and has something to fall back on when days are dark on the soccer field,” he said. The first prize in the tournament will be R1 500, a soccer kit, a ball and gold medals. All the teams reaching the semi-finals will receive soccer kit, a ball and cash.

Beauty contest at Tsiamutsha Entertainment Twenty girls and boys from Hamutsha and the surrounding areas will parade for the Mr and Miss Tsiamutsa beauty title at the Mutsha Community Hall tomorrow. According to one of the

organizers of the event, Ms Mashudu Radzuma, the event will be staged in conjunction with a talent show. Radzuma said that the queen and the king will each be presented with a shopping voucher to the value of R200. The first and second princes

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National First Division Team Played Won Draw Lost Highlands Park 12 7 2 3 Pretoria University FC 12 6 4 2 Jomo Cosmos 12 6 3 3 Mbombela United 12 6 1 5 Real Kings 12 4 6 2 Stellenbosch FC 12 4 6 2 Witbank Spurs 12 3 7 2 Black Leopards 12 4 4 4 Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 12 4 4 4 Cape Town All Stars 12 4 3 5 Mthatha Bucks 12 3 4 5 Super Eagles 12 3 4 5 Uthongathi FC 12 2 6 4 Royal Eagles 12 2 5 5 Richards Bay 12 1 7 4 Ubuntu Cape Town 12 1 6 5

For 15 16 20 15 10 10 13 10 10 8 11 10 7 15 8 10

Against Points 7 23 12 22 10 21 15 19 7 18 10 18 11 16 9 16 14 16 10 15 16 13 15 13 10 12 18 11 12 10 12 9

Absa Premiership Played Won Draw Lost 12 4 7 1 12 4 6 2 12 3 8 1 11 5 2 4 9 5 1 3 12 3 7 2 12 3 7 2 11 4 4 3 11 3 5 3 11 3 4 4 10 2 5 3 11 2 5 4 5 3 1 1 10 2 3 5 12 1 6 5 11 2 3 6

For 16 9 16 12 13 11 10 8 14 12 5 12 8 9 7 6

Against Points 11 19 8 18 13 17 10 17 8 16 8 16 8 16 8 16 15 14 12 13 5 11 15 11 4 10 14 9 14 9 15 9

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and princesses will go home with shopping vouchers to the value R150 and R100 respectively. The programme of the day is expected to start at 10:00. More information regarding the event can be obtained from Ms Radzuma at 072 688 7332.

Munei Foundation Chess League 2017 Sithumule Area (Primary) Team Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Points Daniel Mubva 1 1 1 1 1 1 21 Munau 0 1 1 1 1 1 18 Benny's care 0 0 1 1 1 1 15 Madabani 0 0 0 1 1 1 12 Gogobole 0 0 0 0 1 1 9 Mberegeni 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Tshiozwi 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Mugororwane 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Munei Foundation Chess League 2017 Kutama Area (Secondary) Team Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Points Milige 1 1 1 1 1 1 18 Swongozwi 0 1 1 1 1 1 15 Luvhivhini 0 0 1 1 1 1 12 Kutama 0 0 0 1 1 1 9 Madaheni 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 Wilmary 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Tshiungulelo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Munei Foundation Chess League 2017 Sinthumule Area (Primary) Team Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Points Benney's Care 1 1 1 1 1 1 18 Manaledzi 0 1 1 1 1 1 15 Sinthumule 0 0 1 1 1 1 12 Magoni 0 0 0 1 1 1 9 Sukumani 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 Tshiruluni 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Team Iketleng Pool Club Thabelo Pool Club Diza Dazzlers Pool Club Bombo Pool Club Hillside Pool Club Modjadji Pool Club Oom Pieter Pool Club Hlayiseka Pool Club Mamba Pool Club Bambika Pool Club Toy Pool Club Wata Pool Club Loss Matheka Pool Club Petermzala Pool Club Diza Pool Club Gilson Pool Club Cocks Pool Club Goloza Pool Club

Hlapa League Log (Latest) Played Won Draw Lost 29 22 2 5 30 21 3 6 30 17 6 7 30 17 4 9 29 16 4 9 27 14 9 6 29 14 8 7 29 13 4 12 30 13 0 17 30 12 3 14 28 12 1 15 29 11 2 16 29 11 1 17 30 10 3 17 30 10 3 17 28 9 2 17 30 6 3 21 29 5 3 20

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Against Points 217 68 250 66 263 57 276 55 283 52 257 51 277 50 301 43 289 39 313 39 281 37 312 35 356 34 307 33 325 33 283 29 333 21 315 18


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na in the 64th minute. Royal Eagles found the equalizer through Levy Mashiane in the 66th minute. He forced his way through the defence of TTM and beat the keeper with a half volley. The Eagles took the lead nine minutes later. Levy Mashiane completed his brace with a close-range ground

cutter. TTM later replaced their injured defender, Lesvin Stoffels, with Tebogo Kalake. The home side did not lose hope after squandering two clear scoring chances in the 70th and 74th minute. They fought hard until they found the equaliser via Killer Nedzamba late in the game.

In their NFD League clash played at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Saturday, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC (TTM) and Royal Eagles played to a 2-2 draw. The first half was characterized by wasted scoring chances. The teams displayed entertaining football, even though some light showers started to fall in the area shortly after the first whistle. TTM could have sealed the game within the first 30 minutes of play, but their strikers were unlucky at the goal finish. Their killer-striker, Aluwani “Killer” Nedzamba received a precooked pass from Mpambaniso Monde and miskicked the ball just outside the penalty box. As if that was not good enough to annoy the team’s enthusiastic fans, Lifa Hlongwane hesitated for too long to unleash in the 20-metre area until he lost possession. No goal was scored in the first half. TTM or Vhadau vha Damani, as they are affectionately called, were the first to blow the trumpet. Mpambaniso Monde blasted in a rocket following a heart-breaking scramble within the box. TTM replaced TTM’s goal scorers, Mpambaniso Monde (left) and Aluwani their midfielder, Tiyiselani Makhubele with Khunadi Nkoa- “Killer” Nedzamba.

1 December 2017 Limpopo Mirror  

Independent local newspaper bringing you the news, sport and more from the Northern areas of the Limpopo province, South Africa.

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