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Policeman hacked to death By Silas Nduvheni The South African Police Services (SAPS) in the Vhembe region and the Mudau family in Thohoyandou P East are in mourning, following the untimely death of one of their members, who was killed in the line of duty. W/O Stanley Mudau (53) was hacked to death on Sunday morning while trying to arrest a rape suspect. He was killed instantly. The incident took place at about 08:45. The national spokesperson for the SAPS, Brig Vish Naidoo, confirmed the incident and said a murder docket had been opened with the SAPS in Thohoyandou. He said that no arrest had been made yet and the police were still investigating the case. He said the suspect had allegedly hacked the policeman as well as a 17-year-old rape survivor in Sibasa’s central business district, killing the policeman instantly and seriously injuring the rape survivor. He said the Family

Violence Child Protection and Sexual Offences detective had arrived at his office in Thohoyandou, where he had met the rape survivor who had alleged that she had been raped by her uncle. “The W/O acted immediately to assist the complainant, and while conveying her to the local police station, he came across the suspect in the Sibasa CBD. His attempt to arrest the suspect turned fatal when the suspect produced a panga and hacked to death the police officer,” said Brig Naidoo. The suspect fled thereafter on foot, but not without also hacking and seriously injuring the rape survivor with the same panga. According to Naidoo, the injured teenager is currently undergoing treatment at a local hospital. Family spokesperson Mr Duncan Mudau, the elder brother of the deceased, said the family was saddened by the untimely death of a valuable family member. “We are worried as a family by the way he was brutally attacked while serving the interests of the community.

We urge the police and other law-enforcement officials to speedily arrest the suspect,” said Mudau. National Commissioner of Police General Khehla John Sithole has conveyed his condolences to the family of their fallen colleague and has assured the family that everything possible would be done to ensure that the suspect was arrested, and that justice prevailed. “The gruesome attack on the member must be condemned in the strongest possible terms. I urge the communities to rally behind the police to track down the suspect and arrest him as soon as possible,” said Sithole. W/O Mudau will be buried on Saturday in Mbaleni cemetery near Lufule village with the funeral service starting at his home in Thohoyandou P East at 06:30. He left behind his mother, Vho-Tshinakaho Mudau, his wife, Ms Elisa Mudau, and five children, Vhutshilo, Fhulufhelo, Olugaho, Khuliso and Adivhaho.

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Luvhuki wins award for mukusule By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Well-known businessman and philanthropist Dr Calvin Mutwanamba celebrated his birthday in style the past weekend. The event took place at the True Vine Church outside Malamulele on Sunday. Dr Mutwanamba “adopted” the Hayani mental hospital in 2002. He donated items such as blankets, food and television sets to be used by the patients. “I adopted the mentally ill patients of Hayani and I promised to do this until I die, because I believe in giving,” said Dr Mutwanamba. The weekend’s birthday celebration was attended by several high-profile guests, such as the Speaker of the Limpopo Legislature, Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya. Photographed are, from left to right, the mayor of the UMshwatini municipality in Swaziland, Cllr Mandia Zondi, Ms Tshilidzi Mukwevho (engaged to Dr Mutwanamba), Dr Calvin Mutwanamba and Ms Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya.

Tshivhase Council worried about COVID-19 pandemic By Maanda Bele The Tshivhase royal council expressed concern about

Tshivhase royal council spokesperson Musanda Vho-Luvhaivhai Tshivhase.

the coronavirus outbreak in the country and the world at large. On Tuesday morning, the spokesperson for the council, Musanda Vho-Luvhaivhai Tshivhase, issued a media statement encouraging Vhembe residents to follow prevention steps as a vaccine for the virus has not yet been found. “The number of victims is growing, and we find it of paramount important to encourage the traditional leadership and the entire nation to stand up in arms and fight against the spreading of this deadly disease,” Tshivhase said in a statement. “Our people must take this coronavirus seriously and

must start working together by following all the precautionary measures steps as stipulated by the national government.” Tshivhase further appealed to all community structures, such as churches, schools, soccer associations, businesses, farmers, the transportation industry and others, to assist in order to reduce spreading of the virus. “The coronavirus is not a joke but a reality and lives are lost. We humbly request those members of the community who have clean water to assist those who cannot access clean water, and the district municipality must also provide clean water to our disadvantaged rural communities.”

Livhuki runs Madidingwe Security and Projects, which offers both modern and traditional food restaurant in Louis Trichardt, and farming products from Ramavhoya village in Nzhelele. “I introduced mukusule processing in my business in 2018 after realising that, in winter, fresh muroho straight from the farm is in short supply since everyone would be selling it,” she said. “I then started selling freshly packaged dried muroho. So, the processing of mukusule is termed a value chain.” She also distributes her mukusule to Spar Louis Trichardt and Livhuki Traditional

Restaurant in Louis Trichardt. Livhuki had previously won numerous farming and youthin-business awards for her farming expertise, and the prizes had served as a motivation for her to work even harder. She is an entrepreneur who believes that in order to preserve a business enterprise, one needs to work hard and have a strong, motivated team. “For my farm and restaurant, I have 10 full-time employees and 15 part-time ones,” she said. “I am glad that I am fighting unemployment in our area.” Those interested in Livhuki’s projects can call her on 079 809 4004.

A local businesswoman, Ms Livhuwani Patricia Nemaungani, who is popularly known as Livhuki in business circles, is beaming with satisfaction and celebration after she received an award in agro processing during the Business Woman Awards that were recently held in Tzaneen at Karibi Lodge. The awards were hosted by the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism. She scooped up a trophy and a R15 000 cash prize for her delicious mukusule (dried vegetables). “I am so happy that I was awarded for the good work that had become part of my life,” she said. “This is also an indication that being in agriculture is a good move in that we get to feed the nation.” She said that, with her mukusule, she started from planting the seedlings, harvesting, processing and then branding and packaging. “There’s no shortcut in this kind of business – you need to ensure that you packLivhuwani Patricia Nemaungani (second from left) is seen here age fresh muroho and displaying mukusule with some of her employees (from left to right) in order to have the Tsumbedzo Netshakhuma, Fhatuwani Maduguma and Brenda Nefresh one, you plant it matanda. yourself,” she said.

Pafuri closed to stop virus spread SANParks South African National Parks (SANParks) has been working on measures to combat the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 in line with the actions announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday evening. In a press release issued on Monday, SANParks CEO Fundisile Mketeni said that as South Africans were facing this unprecedented and

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Some of the newly elected members of Vhembe Youh Council, photographed with some Vhembe District officials and presenters after their induction at the 2Ten Hotel.

Lavhengwa elected as chairperson of the Vhembe Youth Council Lavhengwa said that the aim of the youth council was When he assumed his duties, to allow the district and its the newly elected chairperdepartments better functionson of the Vhembe Youth ality as they worked within the Council, Lusani Lavhengwa, office of the executive mayor. urged for the maximum “We are advocating for the support for young people best interests of young people, across the Vhembe region of such as getting access to burLimpopo. saries to help further their education at tertiary institutions. Lavhengwa was speaking on We also want young people to Thursday during the induction know more about business opseminar for the newly elected portunities, training in gaining Vhembe Youth Council. It skills for new entrepreneurs was held in the 2 Ten Hotel in and further employment opSibasa. portunities,” said Lavhengwa. The new council commitAccording to him, the council tee members were elected in also played an ancillary role to December 2019 and it comthe local municipalities, all the prises Mr Lusani Lavhengwa way through their local youth as chairperson, Mr Dunicouncils. sani Hlongwane as deputy He said that the members of chairperson, the secretary is the youth council understood Mr Walter Mabasa, deputy that the problems faced by the secretary is Mr Eddy Nkata, majority of young people were while Mashudu Nthulame is unemployment, lack of educathe treasurer. tion and skills and other social By Silas Nduvheni

problems, such as delinquency, teenage pregnancy, substance abuse and susceptibility to diseases such as HIV/Aids. “We also want young people to be self-reliant and be creators of jobs, and they need better skills to run their own businesses. We want to partner with Univen and the Vhembe TVET College to get mindful skills development and to nurture the future leaders and champion the best interests of the Vhembe youth,” added Lavhengwa. The portfolio head on special programmes in the Vhembe District, Cllr Rapson “Mukhuwa wa Limpopo” Rambuwani, said the district wished the newly elected council the best to serve during their tenure and encouraged them to be good future leaders with responsibilities and who took education seriously.


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COVID-19 puts an end to churches’ Easter programmes to the virus. The Limpopo MEC for Health, Dr Phophi RamathuMost of the big churches in the ba, visited different churches on Vhembe area announced the past Sunday to alert them about the week that drastic steps will be danger of the coronavirus. She also taken to help control the outmet with the South African Council break of the COVID-19 disease. of Churches to discuss preventative Even the country’s largest church, measures. the Zion Christian Church (ZCC), The leader of the United African announced that the annual Easter Apostolic Church (UAAC), archgathering at Moria will be postbishop David Mureri, released a poned to a later date. statement earlier this week, saying According to the spokesperson of that the annual Easter gathering the ZCC, Rev Emmanuel Motolla, had been suspended. This is in line the church had decided to postpone with the announcement made by its annual Easter conference and President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunwould announce a new date once day, prohibiting the gathering of normality had been restored. He more than 100 people as a prevensaid that the church’s leader, Dr tion method. Barnabas Lekganyane, took the The UAAC is one of the biggest decision last Friday (13th), after the churches in Limpopo but has church leadership was briefed by a followers throughout the country. national government delegation, led Archbishop Mureri also urged by Health Minister Zweli Mkhize. church centres to follow the govMany churches have already ernment’s guidelines on maintainbrought in measures to avoid expos- ing proper hygiene. “It is vitally ing members of their congregations important to maintain connection By Kaizer Nengovhela

Archbishop David Mureri of the UAAC.

R8m for Tshakuma market rained. The new design for the fruit market will also address problems The R8 million project to upgrade such as waste management and hythe Tshakuma fruit market was giene. Munyai said that the project launched by Makhado Municipal- would employ 20 people from the ity’s mayor, Cllr Samuel Munyai, local community and would run for last Wednesday. 12 months. Munyai said the upgrade would One of the hawkers at Tshakhuentail building a modern structure ma, Ms Rudzani Neluvhalani, said of stalls, as well as flushing toilets. that the vendors appreciated the The area will be equipped with a proposed new infrastructure from borehole with two tanks and it will the Makhado Municipality. She said be paved. He said that they were that selling produce gave them an going to demolish the old stalls next opportunity to generate their own to the road. According to Munyai, income, often allowing them to the Limpopo Road Agency plans to educate their children or to buy a upgrade the road leading past the house. market stalls. “On face value we are filthy, poor “This project will target women people, but we are living. We are the and the youth,” Munyai said. He humble link between the consumer said that traders had to conduct and the farmers. Our biggest cusbusiness at Tshakhuma in very diftomers are the visitors from outside ficult conditions, especially when it Vhembe,” Neluvhalani said.

with the community as a church during this health crisis and so we will be live-streaming our Sunday services in order that we maintain our spiritual health and not our physical health only,” said Mureri. The UAAC will communicate with its members when the situation may change. As far as normal church services on Sundays are concerned, Mureri said these would be restructured. The various congregations will need to conduct services in different time slots and arrange with churchgoers which of those to attend, to avoid big groups’ coming together. “The health of our congregation is our priority,” said Mureri. The True Worship Christian Centre at Kutama, another church group that attracts more than 1 000 people every week, announced that it had postponed its Easter conference because of the coronavirus outbreak. Apostle Elias Mudau, the church’s leader, called on members

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of the church to adhere to the restrictions and not to hold gatherings where more than 100 people are present. He said that they were going to open centres around the area that could accommodate fewer than 100 Christians every Sunday. He also mentioned that they were going to schedule time for church services from 10:30 to 12:30 and from 12:30 to 14:30, to try and break up bigger groups. The South African Council of Churches’ chairperson in Limpopo, Rev Awedzani Nemaukhwe, said that the council supported the call of Pres Ramaphosa that churches in high-risk areas should play a leading role in preventing the spread of the coronavirus. “Some individual churches have taken steps themselves on how they will be dealing with this matter, but we also need a unified approach,” he said. He appealed to all churches to limit services to groups of fewer than 100 people.

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ry meetings that need an attendance of more than 100 people, the municipality will spread them over more than one day in order to comply with the minimum required number of not more than 100 people. Some of the meetings, such as the MPAC that was scheduled for Wednesday, March 18, have been cancelled because its attendance normally exceeds 100 people. He said an official from the Department of Health would always be available while advising people about the corona virus at all the meetings to be held by the municipality. The mayor advised all community members to remain calm while following all the health standards that can protect them from the virus. A cough, fever, and shortness of breath are some of the symptoms of being infected by the corona virus. People are also advised to avoid close contact, including hugging and handshakes. When sneezing, one is advised to use an elbow to cover the nose instead of using a hand. The public are also advised to wash their hand regularly, using soap or sanitation for not less than 20 seconds. For any information about the corona virus, call this tollfree number: 080 0029 999, which is available 24 hours. During the time of going to press, more than 86 cases have been confirmed in South Africa.

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Soccer players in court for assault By Kaizer Nengovhela Four soccer players from Maelula United Brothers were arrested in connection with an alleged assault on a soccer referee. The incident took place during the SAFA Vhembe

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stopped by the taxi owners muters continued to put their since January and instructed lives at risk, because buses Commuters from different to offload their passengers. were safer than other means of areas around Elim and Hlan- “We are willing to sit down and public transport. “The fear is ganani were left stranded on talk to the Hlanganani Taxi always there. What the industry Tuesday, after local hawkers Association, but if they refuse doesn’t understand is that these and community members then there is nothing we can fights affect us more than taxi blocked the entrance road to do, because we are still going to operators. We are caught in the the area and to shops, preoperate on this route,” he said. middle of a conflict that has venting taxi drivers operating He said they were “sick and nothing to do with us,” he said. under the Hlanganani Taxi tired” of the taxi association’s Manganyi said they feared Association from using the intimidation tactics. He said more shooting incidents would roads. that they were not illegally follow and that innocent The protest action by hawkoperating on someone else’s bystanders might get hurt or ers was apparently caused by a routes. “We operate to Johankilled. “The parties should sort fight over routes. The hawkers nesburg, not locally,” he said. out their issues in a civilised complained that taxi owners He called on the authormanner. We don’t want to get chased away buses to prevent ities to resolve the conflict hurt. All we want is to reach them from operating in the before innocent people died. our destinations safely.” rank. Passengers were allegedly He said there was no way the The chairperson of the Hlanforced to walk eight kilometres bus drivers were going to back ganani Taxi Association, Mr to catch other transport to go to down. He said that they lived Abel Khosa, said that the assowork or other places. in constant fear of being killed, ciation was worried because the Passengers are starting to following the resurgence of taxi bus companies were operating fear for their lives amidst the violence. “These taxi associlike taxis. He said that they did on-going war between taxi ations are actually making not stick to the allocated time associations and bus operators. business difficult for us by frames and ferried commuters Commuters who travel long snatching away our customers any time of the day. distances say they have become and, at the end of the day, we “We apologise to commuters collateral damage in this disgain nothing.” for what has happened. We will pute over routes. One of the passengers, Mr resolve the problem with bus Business and services came John Manganyi, said comcompanies,” he said. to a standstill, with no shops open. One of the hawkers, Ms Meltah Mulaudzi, said that they had approached the Hlanganani Taxi Association to allow the buses to operate, “but they didn’t listen to us”. She said that as the hawkers they lived by selling fruit to the commuters, but since January they had not made any profit as the buses were chased away and “other hawkers who are next to where the buses operate don’t allow us to sell next to them”. One of the bus drivers, who wanted to remain anonymous, said that different bus The commuters walked long distances when the road was closed with burning items. drivers were being By Kaizer Nengovhela

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“Xikopokopo illegally demarcating sites at Mavhungeni” geni CPA took ownership of the land in 2014, several plans were in place to develop it. The CPA also received implements such as tractors to kick-start the farming projects. As far back as 2005, long before the claimants took possession of the land, it became clear that a rift was developing between sections of the Mavhungeni CPA. A group calling themselves the Xikopokopo Community Farming Project broke away and the conflict gradually escalated. From left to right are Research Ngobeni, David Baloyi and The Mavhungeni CPA accusJohn Baloyi, members of the Mavhungeni CPA. es the leader of Xikopokopo, Attorney Samuel Hlanganani maintained. The Cooksleys’ By Kaizer Nengovhela Shirinda, of forcefully breaking store was well known in the The battle over the devel1890s and frequented by people up their land by selling stands off to people who are not benopment of the Mavhungeni like the late Vhavenda king, eficiaries of the CPA. They say Farm near Vleifontein that is Makhado. that scores of opportunistic site raging between the MavhunIn his book, King Makhado seekers at Mavhungeni Farm geni Communal Property As- Ramabulana, The Lion of the could find themselves as big sociation (CPA) and a group North, Mphaya Nemudzivhadi called Xikopokopo Commuwrites about a meeting in 1891 losers, after paying thousands nity Farming seems to be far that Makhado had with Senator of rands for illegal residential from over. GG Munnik. “Then, on the fol- sites. One source staying in a lowing day, and at the appointnearby community said that The piece of land near Vlei­ ed hour, Munnik and John fontein, which measures just Cooksley, accompanied by their nearly a thousand illegal stand owners had “bought” property. over 1 200 hectares, formed wives, met Makhado at the Many of them have started part of a land claim filed in chosen spot. Cooksley, a local erecting structures on the ille2002. The land previously betrader since 1886, had become gally acquired sites. These new longed to the SA government, Makhado’s bosom friend and “owners” have also put up fencbut has some historic signifitherefore was the right person es around the sites and lately, cance. Prior to the 1900s, the to accompany Munnik on businesses such as hardware well-known trading family, the this mission.” Makhado was a Cooksleys, lived in that area. regular visitor to the Cooksleys’ stores have appeared. Mr David Baloyi, chairperson The title deed to the portion liquor store. of the Mavhungeni CPA, said of the farm Vleyfontein 310 was From what could be estabthat they were very frustrated handed over to the Mavhunlished, the land was exproprigeni CPA in March 2014. One ated by the former government with the Department of Rural of the conditions in the title in the late 20th century and in- Development and Land Redeed is that the graves of John corporated into the then Venda form’s reluctance to act in this and Mary Cooksley need to be homeland. When the Mavhun- matter. “We cannot do anything

because of the problems with Xikopokopo,” said Baloyi. Baloyi accused the Xikopokopo group of unilaterally demarcating land for themselves. “As the African proverb says: ‘When two brothers fight, strangers reap the harvest’,” he added. Baloyi said that beneficiaries often fought, and powerful leaders within the CPAs, or chiefs, exercised their influence, hoarded resources and reaped the benefits while ordinary people were excluded. Two weeks ago, the annual general meeting of the Mavhungeni CPA was held at Mbho­kota. “Mr Samuel Shirinda sent a group of young of people, who were drunk at the time, to disrupt and end the

meeting,” said Baloyi. The matter may be heading to court. According to Baloyi, they were issued with court papers by Shirinda, but when they went to court, Shirinda “found an excuse not to avail himself ”. During an interview with Samuel Shirinda, he denied that he was selling stands to people from outside the CPA. He said that he was demarcating stands for qualifying beneficiaries. Shirinda said that the original executive members of the Mavhungeni CPA were all dead and the CPA was left with only one member, who had resigned in 2006. He said that a group calling themselves the Mavhungeni CPA were refusing

to work with the community. According to him, this group had leased a portion of the farm to a commercial farmer, Mr Carl Henning of Munuzwu. Shirinda said the Xikopokopo Community Farming group did not agree with the lease. He also accused the Mavhungeni members of only benefiting themselves. Shirinda denied that he and his group had sent young people to disturb the annual general meeting held at Mbho­ kota. He said that they had been invited by the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform to the meeting because the people attending the meeting did not constitute a quorum.

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Oversight promotes good governance at municipality News from Musina

The meeting held in Louis Trichardt on Sunday was well attended by residents who wanted answers from the mayor.

Makhado mayor again promises to respond to residents’ grievances By Bernard Chiguvare

to clean empty stands, the lack of street names, the condition of the fruit and vegetable stalls next to the bus rank in the CBD and the dangerous bus stops along the N1. Sam Ramanala, deputy secretary of the forum, informed residents of the timeframes when issues where to be resolved according to their agreement with the municipality. “There is no report brought back by the municipality. According to the plan, all the issues raised were supposed to be completed last year, but nothing has been done,” said Ramanala. According to another resident, David Mudau, the municipality is taking residents in circles and no progress report exists. “We want to know what the council is doing about

residents’ paying high rates. Come 2021, we are going to have elections, and I am afraid if they go without resolving these issues, the new council will say they are taking a new resolution,” said Mudau. Elton Makhadi, another concerned resident, told the meeting that they were entitled to sue the municipality if their cars were damaged by potholes. John Madzhie said the municipality had no right to collect rates if they were not giving services to the community. Meanwhile, the mayor also informed residents that councillors were supposed to hold meetings in their wards to inform the community of any developments. The councillors must also provide feedback to the office of the mayor.

“We are going to go back to our offices and come up with a fresh programme of action that is going to assist us with the concerns that you have raised. We are also going to develop a monitoring and evaluation programme, so that when we come here, we must have reports that are authentic. From now on we are going to interact with the leadership,” promised Makhado Mayor Samuel Munyai on Sunday. Munyai made the remarks at a meeting that was called by the Makhado Crime Prevention and Service Delivery Forum on Sunday at Louis Trichardt. The municipality was to report back on the issues raised by the residents on 14 July 2019. The mayor and his team were supposed to give feedback on the concerns raised on 8 March 2020, but the mayor requested another week to attend to the issues accordingly. During Sunday’s meeting, residents expressed their disappointment with the progress report. Speaker after speaker complained that the municipality had not answered their concerns. The Makhado Crime Prevention and Service Delivery Forum complained last year about the high rates and taxes in town, escalating crime, streetlights that are not working, potholes, the lack of park maintenance and the state of the local clinic. Other Mayor Samuel Munyai addresses the Makhado Crime Preissues raised were the failure vention and Service Delivery forum on Sunday.

finances of the municipality are handled well in terms of legislative frameworks. Nare said legislation required a certain level of oversight by the municipality over the executive authority. He said accountability and oversight could be most effective if recognised by those in power as promoting accountability and good governance, which in turn were there to enhance performance, effectiveness and efficiency of service delivery. When responding to questions from the councillors during the public hearing, the municipal manager, Mr Nathi Tshiwanammbi, said the administration team of the

municipality was committed to the ethics of clean governance and responsible utilization of government resources. Among the issues Tshiwanammbi clarified during the hearing were the root causes of the municipality’s challenges, the corrective measures to improve cash flow, financial recovery plans, the alignment between the service delivery budget implementation plan (SDBIP) and budget and beefing up of revenue enhancement in the municipality. Also in attendance were traditional leaders, members of ward committees, community structures and interested members of the public.

“Oversight and accountability help to ensure that the municipality implements programmes and plans in a way consistent with policy, legislation and the dictates of the constitution. The functionality of the internal governance arrangements in a municipality is to a large extent determined by the effectiveness of its committee system and oversight in the municipality.” These were the words of Cllr Philemon Nare, the chairperson of the Municipal Public Accounts Committee (MPAC) in Musina Municipality. He said this during the MPAC public hearing at Ha-Manenzhe, Ward 9 of Musina Municipality last Wednesday. The MPAC undertakes and manages similar functions and responsibilities for municipalities as those undertaken by the standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) in the national and provincial legislatures, except for certain powers regarding the subpoenaing of individuals. This is the committee The chairperson of the municipal public accounts committee (MPAC) of a municipal council in Musina Municipality, Cllr Philemon Nare (right), raises a point in that ensures that the the presence of Cllrs Alpheus Mamafa and Eliot Magwira.

R50 000 donation to Rivoni Society above-average matric results the past few years. To improve education in the During the handing over community, the Evangelical of the cheque, the moderator Presbyterian Church in South of the church, Rt Rev Giyani Africa donated a cheque Moyane, said he hoped the of R50 000 to the Rivoni money would be used to benefit Society For the Blind on the blind pupils and commuThursday. nity members, and to ensure an improvement in the school’s The money will used to renresults. He said that they recovate some of the dilapidated ognised pupils as the nation´s buildings at the school. Rivoni’s assets and that they should in infrastructure needs to improve future be assisted and develas most of the buildings are in a oped by his church. bad state. “Taking into consideration Some of the pupils have to that we care deeply for the share one rondavel and not blind institution, we decided enough braille machines and to come up with something books are available for them. that will empower our youth Pupils makes use of temporary academically. Young people classes, many of which leak are our future leaders and as when it rains. such, they need support to be Despite the lack of proper able to realise their educational facilities, the Rivoni School potential. for the Blind has delivered Moyane said the contribuBy Kaizer Nengovhela

tion formed part of the church’s social investment programme, focusing on education and community development. “Our social investment programme is already being felt throughout South Africa, particularly in education, and we will continue assisting with resources and facilities wherever possible,” he said. The public relations officer of the Rivoni society for the blind, Mr Emmanuel Mdoka, welcomed the donation and said it came at a time when the institution was in dire need of funds. “Our pupils are highly motivated, and we thank the church for their help,” said Mdoka. He added that the donation would help them meet their mission and culture of producing top pupils in South Africa.

During the presentation of the cheque from the church are, from left to right, Messrs Thembani Mayayise and Daniel Sombane, Ms Tintswalo Mhlanga, Rev Giyane Moyane and Mr Emmanuel Mdoka.


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8 20 March 2020

Local lady creates unique flower pots By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Martha Raphalalani is an artist in her own right, and she is successfully cementing her career in stunning fashion as she displays her products along the R522 Nzhelele road at Tshavhalovhedzi village. She has always been a businesswoman who tried stocking and selling various household wares, and just some years ago she started making cleaning materials that she then sold to the public. Now she has just started making flowerpots that are no ordinary items but are eye-catching articles of genuine art.

“There was a time when my household cleaning products business was not that steady as we know that businesses sometimes go through that phase, but then it dawned on me that I had to do something else to keep my business running,” she said. Raphalalani believes in innovation, so she started making flowerpots that were unique to the area. “It was just some two months ago, and today I am excelling in decorative and stylish flowerpots,” she said. She designs the flowerpots in her own artistic style but then lets a customer select a colour combination of their liking. The flowerpots can be used both

Martha Raphalalani makes flower pots that she then sells to the public.

indoors and outdoors, for both artificial flowers and water-reliant flowers or plants. “I am enjoying what I am doing, and I am always flooded by orders even from people from other parts of the province,” she said. “God has given each of us something to put bread on the table, we just need to identify it and stick with it, or else we will suffer hunger.” Raphalalani's story is quite inspirational in that she motivates other ladies and encourages them to try their hand at businesses of their choice instead of just staying idle at home. She can be reached on 066 423 4470.

Dakid is not a kid, musically Big Ropza ups the game my music career,” he said. His other hit songs are Jets, Love At the age of only 18, the me now, and Ma Baby O. Louis Trichardt-born Dakid “The aim is to get everysizzles with musical talent body hyped up whenever that has earned him respect they hear my music,” he said. in most parts of the country. “Music to me is life. WithBorn Wenzile Radebe, out music, life wouldn't Dakid is a hip-hop artist who be this great. All of my also writes and creates his songs give a positive own music. He had discovered vibe to anyone who's his music talent in 2012 when listening to it.” he decided to join the school He had performed talent show. during the Village “I was the only person Shutdown show who chose rap or hip-hop that was hosted by for the competition and that Yaboi Fizzy, where gave me a bigger chance of he shared the stage winning,” he said. “After I had with Colbert Mukperformed my act, everybody wevho and Mr Bundu. stood up and showed me “It was filled with a lot love and respect. From then of people who were I knew that music was my screaming talent. Since then I have been and recording my own music.” singing He stated that he had to one found his voice and style as an of the artist, and he had managed to songs I achieve that with the song Cut perThroat. “Sometimes it takes formed an artist forever to find their on that voice, but I am so happy that I evehad found mine quite early in ning, By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

and for them to sing along was just amazing to me,” he said. He promises his fans more songs for 2020. “I will also be performing my music at some shows and festivals, so keep watching this space,” he said.

Dakid aspires to grow big in the music world.

By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho “Music always caries a sense of positive encouragement in it and it can surely work as a tool to reduce crime and unemployment among our youths today.” This comes from a reputed singer, music producer and engineer, Big Ropza, who was born Rofhiwa Phuluwa at Lufule Two in the Thohoyandou area. He is also a co-founder of the recording label Encoree Red. “I started out as a dancer in the Lufule locality and then grew through the years into the singer and music producer I had become today,” he said. “I had a friend who owned a computer, so we discovered beat-making software around 2003. That was when I started learning about making music. I decided to not only make beats but to sing and rap along with them alongside childhood friends DJ Rabza and Gvenaque.” He believes that life’s experiences serve as a relative mentor to his life as a musi-

cian and artist in general. “I live to learn,” he said. Big Ropza released an amapiano album alongside an R&B award-winning female vocalist Ando, and their hit single entitled Only you (Ahuna munwe) continues to receive fair airplay on national radio stations and some community radio stations. He has earned massive popularity with hit songs such as Tshibenzu (ft Paperweight and Gang43). His album Him & I is currently doing well and has earned more than 200 000 streams on SoundCloud. This music creator had previously worked with the Sfiso Ncwane, Zamalek, Kid x, Freddy Gwala, Jessica Mbangeni, and Junior Dred (of Boom Shaka fame) and Bravo. “Working with these talented artists was an assuring experience in my music career,” he said. “You get to sample different sounds, voices and styles as

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Believe Maringa is the head of news Meet our head of news, Believe Hope Maringa, also known as Minister BH-Muhaxi wa Serious. Believe was born in Ha-Bungeni in Giyani, but he grew up in Mokopane and Gauteng. His love of radio pushed him to study radio presenting and he is currently studying journalism. Believe said he enjoyed talking and giving advice to his peers. “I love talking to peers and teaching about being responsible and Love Life. I volunteered as a Ground Breaker at Love Life, where I used to talk to the youth and children about STIs and HIV/Aids.” He said: “I started loving

radio while I was still young and always wanted to understand how a person could talk to the nation while inside the radio.” He also stated that DJ Brian had always been his motivation throughout his career. “I have been in radio for the past five years and I have worked as a presenter, head of news, programme producer, and marketing and technical official. I even won the best male presenter award in 2016.” Believe spends

his spare time playing drums, keyboard, bass guitar and singing. He is also a well-known master of ceremonies at weddings, funerals and parties. You can catch him as presenter for Khavho ya Mafhungo from 12:00 to 14:30 on weekdays.

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Art & Entertainment Razie Kay finds healing in music By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Razie Kay, also known as Rudzani Khavhela of Maungani village, is one singer who has found comfort, healing and life's purpose in music. He has just set the music world ablaze with hit songs such as Mbilu yanga, Romantic, and Revenge – but he will be announcing his upcoming project shortly. “Music is a medicine to those who listen to it and get to enjoy it,” he said. “It's a therapy. It's also a weapon that we use to fight prejudices of the social systems that suppress vulnerable people.” He started singing when he was at primary school, where he also excelled at music com-

petitions. “I even got myself recorded but just for the fun part of listening to my voice on instruments and it all made some sense even at that stage,” he said. “Some of the songs became so popular on the school grounds and I was put up there on the stage as the singer of the moment.” He mentioned Lucky Dube, Colbert Mukwevho, Meriam Makeba, Bob Marley, and Yondo Sisters as some of the artists who inspired him. “I still look up to my manager, Rita Dee, as a strong mentor to me,” he said. “She's the only woman who showed me that it doesn't matter where you come from but that you can make it in this industry if you work hard. She is brave and having her as

Chibika’s secret guitar generates pleasant sounds By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho The sounds of Ntuwiseni Hector Mafhara are melodious and pleasant to listen to, as his voice meanders with the lyrics and the result is a well-arranged musical project. This is the very rhumba artist who has become well known as Chibika, of Chibika and The Secret Boys. He resides at Tshifudi Mushungwa village. He strums his lead guitar while he sings. He first discovered music when he was 16 years old in 2006. “At the time I was playing drums and bass guitar at the church,” he said. “I love rhumba, and I was inspired mostly the great earlier kwasakwasa generation.” He has just released a full-length album, Zwakale, and it consists of six tracks, which are Gole litswu, Zwakale, Khotsi fhatutshedza, Aswinyauli, Vhananga, and Naho ni kule. “The highlights of my career as an artist have been to feature in other artists' projects as backing vocalist and a guitarist through the years,” he said. “I would also like to thank Mr Edward Mphaga for noticing my talent and making sure that he recorded me.” Zwakale was recorded at Mphagani Recording Studios at Mukula. For more information, contact 071 411 3871 and 079 039 8514. Ntuwiseni Hector Mafhara, known as Chibika. Picture supplied.

my mentor is a blessing.” He has worked with the giants in the VenRap genre, who include MizoPhyll, Maxy Khoisan (Botswana), Vhuyie Da DJ, Makhadzi and Ramzeey. “Last year I performed at the Tshivenda Music Awards ceremony and that was a milestone in my career,” he said. He will soon launch his fulllength album, Rudzani. “This album will take you back to your roots with some Lucky Dube vibe on Colbert Mukwevho and an RnB twist,” he said. “ The album will be available from online stores. On this album, he worked with Trojan, Mariana Nephawe, MizoPhyll, Ramzeey, Maxy Khoisan and DJ Blizz.

Mainganye wins lifetime achievement award By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

as far away as Tzaneen. Among them is Jan Tshikhuthula, who has had made huge strides in printmaking and pastel drawing. “My gratitude goes to Prof Kim Berman for absorbing most of my students for further training in printmaking,” he said. This seasoned artist has a message for the young and talented generation of artists: “Please stop singing the song 'There's no job!'; rather say, 'There's no money!', and get up to start doing something positive about it. Be innovative!” He said that he was worried about the mythical perception that art was for the less intelligent. “If that were the case, why does most of the so-called civilised world put more emphasis on it?” he said. “Going through the congratulatory messages just after the awards, I was really impressed by what Nathi Gumede of the Art Bank said. He hinted that we are not recognised in our own province and yet the bulk of the most outstanding sculptures come from the Vhembe region.” Mainganye stated that it was sad to know how culturally rich the Vhembe region was, with art collectors and educators flocking from all over the world to feast on what Vhembe people tend to ignore. “I somehow understand the reason why Rudzani Nemasetoni decided to stay in the 'Big Apple' (New York) and became an American citizen rather than starving in Mzanzi (South Africa),” he said. “However, I find much purpose in my work and the fact that I am continuing to contribute towards the SA art industry.”

The veteran artist and art teacher Avhashoni Mainganye was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award during The Arts & Culture Trust's annual awards at River Meadow Manor in Pretoria. The ACT Awards comprises the Lifetime Achievement Award and ImpAct Award categories, and they are bestowed on individuals and organisations that have made a significant contribution to cultural life in South Africa. “The award has uplifted my spirit as an artist based in the art-unfriendly environment,” Mainganye said. “It also feels like being given a pat on the shoulder, it's like hearing a divine voice that says 'the big Brother is watching you'. And the ceremony itself has afforded me the opportunity to share the stage with great minds in different art forms, like Prof Njabulo Ndebele and Thokho Ntshinga, who were recognised for their oeuvres in literature and theatre respectively.” The award consists of a trophy and a cash prize. Nedbank sponsored the Lifetime Achievement Award for Visual Arts, which Mainganye received. Mainganye has travelled most European countries where he exhibited his work and conducted art masterclasses. Even here at home, he is regarded as a great art teacher who has impacted on many young and older artists' lives, the very artists who are today known and celebrated in most parts of the world. “The number of artists and students that I have mentored is countless,” he said. “I have helped both the determined students and what I would regard as the art pioneers in our region at different levels. I have been some kind of 'brother's keeper', making sure that all art information is shared among the artists.” He has been Nedbank's Marketing and Corporate Affairs' teaching art to the group executive, Ms Khensani Nobanda, presents wider community a Lifetime Achievement Award to veteran artist since 1998, with stuAvhashoni Mainganye. Photo supplied. dents coming from

Meet Sharon Ravele Sharon Ravele is versatile radio personality with 24 years’ experience in radio broadcasting. She is a hardworking woman who has gone through the ranks, from being a radio presenter to becoming programme manager and is currently Phalaphala FM’s acting station manager. Ravele matriculated at Mphaphuli Secondary School and received a BA-degree at the University of Venda in 1995. A year later, she received a diploma in education from Univen and in 2006 she obtained a certificate in radio management at the SABC. In 2007 she received training in customised project management at the SABC and in 2014 she received a certificate in management development at the SABC. She became station programme manager in 2013 and since 2019 has also been acting as the station manager. Ravele ascribes her success to hard work and a continuous striving to be the best in a career that demands a lot of discipline and determination. She said that she would continue to do her job and motivate young people. Her listeners are very important to her and she will always appreciate their continued support. “I need more skills to improve my work environment, and I want to tell the youth that it is important to get an education first, so that you can make a significant contribution to your community,” she added. “For me, radio means opportunities,” she said. “It bridges the gap between our people and the world. Radio inspires and instils hope. With radio, we learn the difference between right and wrong. Radio has given me an opportunity to do something in the community, you see. I have always wanted to be part of change. Radio has also taught me how to speak to a larger audience. I am now confident to speak or voice my opinion,” Ravele said. Ravele explains that she was taught to believe in her dreams and herself. Being an introvert, she was naturally drawn to creative writing to express her thoughts and perspectives, rather than expressing them openly. She added that one important thing she had learnt in radio journalism “is that you must always be prepared to learn a thing or two in your interaction with the public”. This is also true of her character as she is an informer, entertainer and educator, but, most of all, the voice that accompanies listeners. She urged young people to refrain from all acts of criminality and focus on schoolwork. According to her, pupils need to be given moral education that encourages them to stay away from committing crimes. “It is important for elders and teachers to tell children about the dangers of involving themselves in crime,” she said.

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Mayor promises a house for struggling granny By Ndivhuwo Musetha Life will never be the same for granny Elisa Phophi, following the promise of a free house by Thulamela Mayor Avhashoni Tshifhango. Tshifhango, together with members of his executive council, Speaker Humbulani Mulovhedzi, Chief Whip Grace Mahosi, Municipal Manager TE Maluleke, traditional leaders and local councillors visited Phophi (65) at her home, Tshithuthuni, last Friday morning before an imbizo that was held in the area. During the courtesy visit, Tshifhango handed over food parcels and other important household items that included bath soap, sugar, washing powder, matches, candles, powdered milk, salt, five blankets, mealie meal and soup. After confirming that Phophi is staying in an old but neat house with her two children and two grandchildren and is struggling to make ends meet from her old-age government grant, Tshifhango pledged that the municipality was going to build a new house for her and the family. He said the house, which will be built soon, would be

covered with tiles on top, with a ceiling and tiles on the floor. In responding to the unexpected gesture, Phophi said she was out of words to express her gratitude. “I am happy about these groceries, but I am happier about the house I am going to get. During rainy days, my house changes into a dam as it becomes filled with water,” said a very excited Phophi. Vhamusanda Vho-Thandululo Tshivhase said he was happy that one of the needy families had their prayers answered. He urged the municipality to do more for the people. He said the municipality was well represented in ward 28 by Councillor Nompi Phalanndwa, whom he described as a good servant of the people. During the imbizo, Tshifhango was told about incomplete RDP houses, with five that are kept on hold and some that have not been completed for the past 10 years. The community said some houses still needed for the electricity to be switched on since the completion of electrification. They also raised their concerns about damaged roads that were caused by heavy rains. The community

said water shortages were a serious problem in the area. A need exists for speed humps or a tarred road to avoid accidents that are also taking people’s lives. The issues of crime, especially housebreaking that mostly happens during load shedding, and unemployment of the youth who are not armed with formal training and other qualifications, were also raised. In his response, Tshifhango said damaged roads would be fixed immediately. He also said he was touched to see that “our people still walk distances to access health services like clinics. We will forward all concerns of issues that do not fall under us to relevant offices in the district and province. Remember, the launching of the District Development Forum will help us to answer to your concerns and needs quicker than before. “We know that water is also a major concern here, but we will liaise with our district municipality to make sure this issue is solved,” said Tshifhango, who also handed food parcels to other needy families during an imbizo held at Remember My Promise Sports Grounds.

The Soutpan Solar Power Carpentry Graduate Programme that kicked off in January 2019 was inspired by the need to help provide work opportunities for graduates, coupled with the need for better school furniture. Photo: Soutpan Solar Power.

Soutpan Solar’s carpentry graduates grow into budding entrepreneurs

2019 was inspired by the need the workplace and to help to help provide work opportuprepare them by providing A youth development pronities for graduates, coupled experience to fulfil their daygramme to prepare carpentry with the need for better school to-day responsibilities,” said graduates for the workplace furniture. By marrying these Harrisinah Theka, Economic has grown into so much more. needs, a value chain has been Development Officer for SoutNow in its second year, the set up that is opening doors for pan Solar Power near Vivo. fruits of the programme can young community members in The carpenters are graduates be shared. the Blouberg Municipality. from the Capricorn and WaterThabo Modjadji from The programme supports berg TVET Colleges (Seshego Ga-Modjadji in Limpopo, a carpentry graduate interns, Campus and Mokopane Colcarpenter and programme who are provided with a lege) and are busy refurbishing graduate, shared how he has monthly stipend and have a furniture for about 15 local been helped by this develop12-month work contract, after schools. ment initiative that incorpowhich a new group of graduates “With the vast knowledge rates the transfer of skills and will fill their shoes. The thinkand skills that I have acquired, business training, amongst ing behind the annual intake it has paved the way for me other support. of graduates is to help prepare to enter any business terrain “This programme taught me these youths for future careers, in the field of carpentry. My the fundamentals about the build their self-esteem and dream is to own one of the bigdaily running of a company, stimulate a culture of entrepre- gest carpentry companies that how to engage with clients and neurship. will be in a position to supply how to deal with dissatisfied “This graduate programme school furniture in South Africa clients. I am also pleased that I has been brewing in our minds and be able to reduce unemcould help my family through since 2015, when we became ployment by creating employthe monthly stipend, whilst I aware of the very high rate of ment for at least 50 undergradhave grown in terms of mental unemployment amongst the uates,” said Thabo, who sees no capacity.” youth in the local communities, limits in his future. Thabo added: “I am motihence our plan was to prepare (Issued by TM Communicavated to achieve as most of the and assist these youth to enter tions for Soutpan Solar Power) activities were handson exercises; and best of all, I received assistance to find employment at one of the largest producers of timber in Tzaneen this is its first time to award the By Bernard Chiguvare where I am currently region’s best learners. employed.” “We aim to do more than this in “We have realised that there is The Soutpan Solar our community, but the NPO has growing number of vulnerable Power Carpentry Grad- financial challenges. The money Ms Elisa Phophi (65), with yellow hat, receives food parcels from Thulamela Mayor learners who need support. This is uate Programme that Avhashoni Tshifhango, on her right. the NPO is getting from the Dewhy we have engaged in this activity kicked off in January partment of Social Development and this is going to be an annual is cutting us short in our plans,” event. We aim to motivate the said Patrick Mashaba, the execlearners, so that they aim higher,” utive director of the Elim Care said Mashaba. Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Makhado 0920 Group at an award ceremony held The awards were also extended Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers last Thursday. to some members of the community who support the activities of the PUBLIC NOTICE: The award ceremony was held at care group. Among them was Ms NOTICE OF SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING: the Elim Care Group Centre, not far Dorah Tsangule and Amukelani from the Waterval SAPS’s offices. Mathebula, a caregiver. 26 MARCH 2020 Eighteen of the top-performing “My aim is to support these learners from schools around Elim children at this tender age to get edNotice is hereby given in terms of Section 19 of the Local Government: Municipal received school uniforms, bags, cer- ucated, and in future they may also Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000 that the 150th Special Council meeting will be held as tificates and silver and gold medals look after me,” said the 61-year-old follows: as awards. The learners were from Tsangule, who is said to be taking Grade 1 to 11. The Elim Care Group care of three learners from vulneraTIME : 14:00 has been in existence for years, but ble families. By Andries van Zyl

Best learners from Elim area rewarded by NPO

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

DATE : Thursday, 26 March 2020 VENUE : Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado

The Draft Budget 2020/2021, Draft IDP 2020/2021 and Final Annual Report 2018/2019 will be considered at this meeting. All interested members of public are invited to attend the meeting. Enquiries must be directed to N Dagada or M D Munyai at (015) 519 3000. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street, LOUIS TRICHARDT File No.: 4/2/2 Notice No 30 of 2020

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Cllr L B Mogale Speaker of Makhado Local Municipality

MR N F TSHIVHENGWA MUNICIPAL MANAGER Some of the top learners from schools around Elim pose for a photo.


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015 516 3981 LEGALS KERN & DEKKER INC. IN THE ESTATE LATE: FLORENCE PUTTY KHOSA. DATE OF DEATH: 3 JULY 2018. IDENTITY NUMBER: 470529 5559 08 2. MASTER REFERENCE: 1632/2018. MAGISTRATE OFFICE: WATERVAL. MASTER OFFICE: THOHOYANDOU. In terms of sec�on 35 (5) of Act 66 of 1965 no�ce is hereby given that copies of the liquida�on and distribu�on accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estate specified will be open for the inspec�on of all persons with an interest therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publica�on hereof, whichever may be the later, and at the offices of the Masters and Magistrates as stated. Should no objec�on thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the account. NAME AND ADDRESS OF EXECUTOR / ADMINISTRATORS OF THE ESTATE: MRS. LOUISE DEKKER, C/O KERN & DEKKER INC., 105 KROGH STREET, P O BOX 25, LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 Ref: L DEKKER/mj/A12445 L A I LUBISI ATTORNEYS INC. NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The estate of the late MESWANE MDUNGAZI ALPHEUS Iden�ty No: 601116 5154 080 who resided at MALAMULELE, LIMPOPO PROVINCE who died on the 29-052019. ESTATE NUMBER: 1288/2020. The First and Final Liquida�on and Account in the above estate will lie for inspec�on at the office of the master of the high court of South Africa (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the magistrate for the district of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publica�on hereof. HOUSE NO: 519A, MAIN STREET, MALAMULELE 0699, Tel: 0158510111 0607769770/0634602536 Ref: LUBISI V E

MAAKE MORAKA FREDRICK. CONSENT USE NOTICE MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW 2016 I, MAAKE MORAKA FREDRICK, the registered owner of Stand No.1901, Mulima Vuka Village, hereby give a no�ce in terms of Sec�on 93 read together with schedule 22 of the Makhado spa�al planning, Land Development and Land use Management By-law, 2016 that I have applied to the Makhado Municipality for a consent-use for a Ea�ng House on Stand no. 1901, Mulima Vuka Village. Par�culars of the applica�on will lie for inspec�on during normal office hours at the Development Planning office, C009, Makhado Civic center for a period of 28 days from 20th March 2020. Objec�ons to or representa�ons in respect of the applica�on must be lodged with or made in wri�ng and hand delivered to the abovemen�oned offices or posted to the municipal manager, Makhado Municipality, Private Bag X2596, MAKHADO. 0920 within the period of 28 days from 20th March 2020. Applicant Address: P.O.BOX. 359, MULIMA, 0817. CELL: 072 120 4869 20th March 2020. NDIVHADZO YA KHUMBELO MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW 2016 Nne MAAKE MORAKA ndo newaho tshitentsi Tsha No. 1901, ha Mulima Vuka ndi khou nea ndivhadzo uya nga Tshipida 93 tshi tshi vhaliwa na tshipida 22 tsha Makhado spa�al planning, Land Development and Land use Management By-law, 2016 yauri uri ndo isa khumbelo kha masipala wa Makhado ya thendelo yau �ata Nndu ya zwiliwa kha tshitentsi tsho bulwaho a�o ntha. Zwidodombedzwa zwa khumbelo iyi zwi do wanala lwa maduvha a 28 ubva nga 20th Thafamuwe 2020, kha ofisi C009 Masipala wa Makhado nga tshi�inga tsha mushumo. Arali vha na zwinwe zwi kwamanaho na khumbelo iyi vha nga zwilivhisa kana u nwala vha zwiswikisa kha ofisi yo bulwaho a�o ntha kana vha rumela kha Ofisi ya Mulanguli Makhado Municipality, Private Bag X2596, MAKHADO. 0920 hu sat hu �ira maduvha a 28 ubva dzi 20th Thafamuwe 2020. P.O.BOX. 359, MULIMA 0817. CELL: 072 120 4869 20th Thafamuwe 2020. MR PHANYANE S D

MAKAHDO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY – LAW, 2016 I, Phanyane Seloda David, hereby in terms of Sec�on 75 of Makhado Municipality

Spa�al Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management ByLaw, 2016 apply to the Makhado Municipality for consent for the purpose of a Tavern on stand no. 748, Ramahantsha Village. Par�culars of applica�on will lie for inspec�on during normal office hours at the Department of Development Planning, Town Planning Offices situated at Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Louis Trichardt, Limpopo, 0920. The inspec�on will be for the period of twenty eight (28) days from the 13th of March 2020. Any person or representa�ve having an objec�on, must do so in wri�ng within twenty eight (28) days to the Municipal Manager at Makhado Municipality, Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 or the undersigned: Applicant: Phanyane SD, Address: PO Box 115, Tshilwavhusiku, 0938 Contact: 083762 1860 Email: phanyaned@ gmail.com Mr Phanyane Seloda David MAKAHDO MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY – LAW, 2016 Nne, Phanyane Seloda David, ndi khou ita khumbelo hu tshi tevhedzwa tshiten’wa tsha vhufusumbe thanu (75) tsha Makhado Municipality Spa�al Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management ByLaw, 2016 uri ndo ita khumbelo kha masipala wa makhado ya thendelo yo khetheaho ya u shumisa tshitentsi tsha nomboro ya 748, Ramahantsha village u �ata Tavern. Zwidodombedzwa zwa khumbelo zwi do lugelwa u tolwa nga tshi�inga tsha mushumo kha Muhasho wa vhupulani ha mveledziso, ofisini dza vhupulane ha dorobo dzi wanalaho dzi wanalaho kha diresi i tevhelaho: 83 Krogh Street, Civic centre, Louis Trichardt, Limpopo, 0920. U tolwa ha khumbelo hu do dzhia Maduvha a Fumbili malo (28) u bva nga la Fumiraru la Thafamuhwe Gidi dambili Fumbili (13 March 2020). Muthu mun’we na mun’we kana muimeleli a re na khanedzo a nga ita nga u tou n’wala nga mgomu ha Maduvha a Fumbili malo kha Municipal manager, Makhado Municipality, Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920, kana vha nga kwama muthu o bulwaho a�o �asi: Applicant: Phanyane SDAddress: PO Box 115, Tshilwavhusiku, 0938 Contact: 0837621860 Email: phanyaned@gmail. com Mr Phanyane Seloda David NEGOTA K ATTORNEYS

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29(1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF DECEASED ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965. In the estate of the late KHEDZI THIVHILAELI ERICK, of iden�ty number

581209 5225 085, an adult male person who was residing at stand no MANDALA RAMAKHOKHA and who died on the 06 day of FEBRUARY 2020, Master’s reference number 506/2020 All person having claims against the above men�oned estates are called upon to lodge their claims with the undersigned within thirty (30) days as from date of this publica�on thereof. Negota A�orneys, Office No: 4 and 5, Mulovhedzi Building, 597 P.West, Mphephu Drive, Thohoyandou 0950 P.O.BOX 3020, THOHOYANDOU 0950 Phone: 015 962 1137 Cell: 072 986 7805 Fax :086 546 3018 e-mail: Knegota@live. co.za Ref: NEG/EST003/20 NEGOTA K ATTORNEYS

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF DECEASED ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965. In the estate of the late RUNGANI AILWEI MARCUS, of iden�ty number 540425 5144 080, an adult male person who was residing at stand no A20 VUVHA HATSHIKOVHA and who died on the 24TH day of JULY 2019, Master’s reference number 1592/2019 All person having claims against the above men�oned estates are called upon to lodge their claims with the undersigned within thirty (30) days as from date of this publica�on thereof. Negota A�orneys, Office No: 4 and 5, Mulovhedzi Building, 597 P.West, Mphephu Drive, Thohoyandou 0950. P.O.BOX 3020, THOHOYANDOU 0950 Phone: 015 962 1137 Cell: 072 986 7805 Fax :086 546 3018 e-mail: Knegota@live. co.za Ref: NEG/EST002/19 NEGOTA K ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29(1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF DECEASED ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965. In the estate of the late MUTHUGELA MAKHADO FRANK, of iden�ty number 490816 5135 088, an adult male person who was residing at stand no 623 Sinthumule, Magau Village and who died on the 03 day of January 2020, Master’s reference number 546/2020 All person having claims against the above men�oned estates are called upon to lodge their claims with the undersigned within thirty (30) days as from date of this publica�on thereof. Negota A�orneys, Office No: 4 and 5, Mulovhedzi Building, 597 P.West, Mphephu Drive, Thohoyandou 0950. P.O.BOX 3020, THOHOYANDOU 0950 Phone: 015 962 1137 Cell: 072 986 7805 Fax :086 546 3018

e-mail: Knegota@live. co.za Ref: NEG/EST005/20 NETSIANDA INC.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 In the estate of the late MALULEKE SHADRACK ID NO: 661225 6060 08 4 Date of death: 5th February 2020, of Phaweni Village, Malalmulele, Limpopo Province. Master Reference: 408/2020 and married to Maluleke Tsakani. All persons having claims against the abovemen�oned estate are requested to lodge their claims within thirty (30) days of publica�on hereof with the executor’s agent, whose par�culars are as follows: Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 28th February 2020. NETSIANDA INC. Agent for Executrix, Block C, 1st Floor, Office No: 90, Limdev Building, THOHOYANDOU 0950 TEL/FAX: 015 962 0016 FAX2E-MAIL: 086 609 3482 – E-mail: info@ netsiandainc.co.za REF: EST/M/M.06 NKULULEKO MABASO COLLINS CHABANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY. NOTICE OF A REZONING APPLICATION IN TERMS OF SECTION 64 OF THE COLLINS CHABANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW 2019 COLLINS CHABANE AMENDMEND SCHEME 2019 I, Nkululeko Mabaso, being the undersigned agent of the owner of Stand no. 699B Muchipisi, Madonsi Village, hereby give no�ce in terms of sec�on 64 of the Collins Chabane Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management By-Law 2019, that I have applied to the Collins Chabane Local Municipality for the amendment of the Collins Chabane Land Use Scheme, 2019 for rezoning in terms of Collins Chabane Local Municipality Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management By-Law 2019, of the property as described above. The rezoning is from ‘Agriculture’ to ‘Industrial 1’. The owner intends to develop a Funeral Parlor and Mortuary, for the purpose of the establishment of Mahala Tombstone and Burial Society Reg. no: 2016/397169/07. Any objec�on(s) and/or comment(s) in respect of the applica�on must be lodged in wri�ng to the Municipal Manager, Collins Chabane Local Municipality, P.O Box 9282, Malamulele 0982. The applica�on and relevant documents are open for inspec�on at the office of the Senior Manager: Department of Spa�al Planning

and Development, Collins Chabane Local Municipality Malamulele for 28 days from 12 February 2020. Authorized Agent: Nkululeko Mabaso, P.O Box 768, Malamulele 0982, Cell: 072 825 0892/ 067 252 1721

RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the late MALIGANA MUTHUPHEI MICHAEL, of ID NO: 560706 5953 08 2, of Thohoyandou Block G Loca�on, Limpopo Province, Estate No. 2663/2018, shall lie for inspec�on at the offices of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province, for a period of twenty-one (21) days, calculated from the date of publica�on hereof. Should no objec�on thereof be lodged within the specified period, the Executor shall proceed with the distribu�on of Estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on the 10th day of January 2020. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre Block 2, D18, Next to Phalaphala FM THOHOYANDOU 0950 REF: RICH/RM/maligana RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the late MULAUDZI RAMAREMISA OBED, of ID NO: 530424 5168 084 of Thohoyandou Block G Loca�on, Limpopo Province, Estate No. 1713/2019, shall lie for inspec�on at the offices of the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province, for a period of twenty-one (21) days, calculated from the date of publica�on hereof. Should no objec�on thereof be lodged within the specified period, the Executor shall proceed with the distribu�on of Estate to the beneficiaries. Dated at Thohoyandou on the 10th day of January 2020. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre Block 2, D18, Next to Phalaphala FM THOHOYANDOU 0950 REF: RICH/RM/mulaudzi RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 In the estate of the late HULISA ESTHER NTHANGENI. ID NO:

770216 0470 08 8. Date of death: 16 November 2017, of Muledane Loca�on, Limpopo Province Master Reference Thohoyandou 2611/2017. All persons having claims against the abovemen�oned estate are requested to lodge their claims within thirty (30) days of publica�on. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 10th January 2020. RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS, 2010 Centre Block 2, D18, Next to Phalaphala FM THOHOYANDOU 0950 REF: RICH/RM/nthangeni

RICHARD MATHOBO ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 ESTATE LATE: MUTHURWANA THIDZIAMBI GRACE ID NO: 540530 0774 08 6 of Sibasa loca�on (white area) loca�on who died on 2018–11–03 and who was never married. Estate no: 2589/2018 Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the abovemen�oned estate are called to lodge their within 30 days from date of publica�on. Signed at Thohoyandou on this 12 day March 2020.Richard Mathobo A�orneys, 2010 Centre Block 2, D18 NEXT TO PHALAPHALA FM THOHOYANDOU 0950 Ref: RICH/RM/ muthurwana MAFANELA GEO-ENVIRO CONSULTING & PROJECT (PTY) LTD

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION APPLICATION BY: CTL WORKSHOP AND SPARES CC No�ce is hereby given in terms of EIA Regula�on 41(2)(c) of the Regula�ons, under the Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998). This is also a

no�ce of acceptance for an applica�on for a mining permit in terms of Sec�on 27 of the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002. CTL Workshop and Spares cc applied for mining permit for mineral Sand General in terms of Sec�on 27 of the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002. The applica�ons cover the farm: SAMA 1 LU LP30/5/1/3/2/11416 MP (DMR REF). Located in the magisterial district of Giyani. You can be involved in the Public Par�cipa�on Process by: sending a fax, email or mail with your name, contact details and concerns / ques�ons rela�ng to the project. Providing us with the names of addi�onal people that can be contacted. All correspondence, which should be received on or before 20 April 2020 will be submi�ed to the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR). All issues raised during the public par�cipa�on process will responded to in wri�ng to the Interested and Affected Par�es (I&APs). I&AP include all par�es concerned, who will be affected by the project and interested in the mining project. CORRESPONDANCE MAY BE DIRECTED TO: MAFANELE GEO-ENVIRO CONSULTING AND PROJECT (PTY) LTD, 26 THABO MBEKI STREET, AL SMIT BUILDING, POLOKWANE ATT: MICHAEL MAFANELE EMAIL: mafanelevm@ gmail.com OR PO BOX 1431, MARLBORO 2063 FAX: 0865 444 911 TEL: 010 634 0782 CEL: 072 395 9511 CEL: 081 575 1953 DATE OF NOTICE: 20 April 2020

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Absa Premiership Log Played Won Draw 22 15 3 21 13 5 24 11 7 23 11 7 24 10 9 21 11 5 23 8 8 24 8 7 23 7 7 23 6 9 24 7 6 24 6 8 24 6 5 24 7 2 24 6 5 24 5 5

Team Kaizer Chiefs Mamelodi Sundowns SuperSport United Orlando Pirates Marittzburg United Bidvest Wits Golden Arrows Highlands Park Bloemfontein Celtic Cape Town City FC Stellenbosch Chippa United Baroka FC Polokwane City AmaZulu FC Black Leopards

Team Bidvest Wits Reserves Orlando Pirates Reserves Mamelodi Sundowns Res AmaZulu Reserves Highlands Park Reserves Kaizer Chiefs Reserves Stellenbosch FC Reserves Baroka FC Reserves Cape Town City Reserves SuperSport United Reserve Chippa United Reserves Bloemfontein Celtic Res Golden Arrows Reserves Polokwane City Reserves Maritzburg United Reserves Black Leopards Reserves Team Ajax Cape Town Swallows FC Utongathi FC Tshakhuma Tsha Madzi JDR Stars Free State Stars Pretoria University FC Steenberg United Real Kings Richards Bay Cape Umoya United TS Galaxy TS Sporting Mbombela United Jomo Cosmos Royal Eagles Team Nkuzana Elim Super Waterval Wayeni Mbokota Mashau Give Nwaxinyamani Vleifontein Bungeni United Mashamba Birds Mpheni Basani Masakona Valdezia Chavani Bungeni United

Lost 4 3 6 5 5 5 7 9 9 8 11 10 13 15 13 14

Diski Challenge Played Won Draw 28 21 1 8 19 3 26 18 4 28 15 5 28 13 6 28 11 8 27 11 8 28 11 7 27 13 1 28 11 5 28 9 7 28 8 7 28 7 7 28 4 10 28 3 6 28 1 9

GD 23 15 13 9 6 8 -5 -5 0 -2 -9 -8 -6 -11 -13 -15

Lost 6 6 4 8 9 9 8 10 13 12 12 13 14 14 19 18

Glad Africa Championship Played Won Draw Lost 24 15 3 6 24 12 5 7 24 10 10 4 24 11 5 8 24 10 7 7 24 8 11 5 24 9 7 8 24 9 7 8 23 8 9 6 23 8 6 9 23 8 4 11 24 6 10 8 23 5 9 9 24 6 6 12 24 5 7 12 24 4 6 14

Hlanganani Masters Football League Played Won Draw Lost 4 4 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 3 1 0 4 3 1 0 4 3 0 1 4 3 0 1 4 3 0 1 4 2 1 1 4 2 0 2 4 1 2 1 4 1 1 2 4 1 0 3 4 1 0 3 4 1 0 3 4 1 0 3 4 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 4 0 0 4

GD 11 6 8 8 8 7 0 0 4 -5 -2 -2 -7 -4 -14 -18

For 22 17 16 10 22 20 13 12 10 11 11 7 4 4 3 7 10 3

Munaca Foundation Soccer League Stream A

Team Played Mariadze Real Stars 10 Valdezia FC 9 Mashamba Record Breakers 7 Xidyamali FC 8 Matsila Arsenal FC 8 Jomo Young Stars 8 Mbokota FC 6 GH Machapule FC 9 Bungeni Young Diplomats 9 Boys To Men 7 Bodwe FC 9 Basani Arrow Chiefs 8 Olifantshoek Fighters FC 2 Mbokota FC 3 Masakona Young Tigers Reserves 9 Basani FC 6

Won 7 6 5 4 4 4 4 2 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 0

Draw 1 2 0 2 2 1 0 5 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 3

Lost 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 2 5 4 6 5 0 1 7 3

For 25 18 27 11 14 15 11 17 10 11 9 9 3 6 7 3

Munaca Foundation Soccer League Stream B

Team Magangeni Young Stars Nthabalala United Stars Koki FC Elim All Stars Mpheni Barcelona Vleifontein United FC Mpheni Home Defenders Mailaskop Academy FC Elim Blackpool Juniors My Time FC Pfananani United FC Mailaskop Action Killers Elim Double Class Mphuphuledzhi Strong

Played 10 8 7 8 7 7 6 10 9 9 4 8 7 9

Won 5 5 5 4 3 3 4 3 3 2 1 1 0 0

Draw 3 2 0 2 4 3 0 3 3 4 2 2 3 1

Lost 2 1 2 2 0 1 2 4 3 3 1 5 4 8

For 17 9 18 13 11 13 10 10 12 10 5 7 5 9

Munaca Foundation Soccer League Stream C

Team Mulima FC Mukondeni Young Chiefs Tshitale FC Mashamba United Brothers Bush River FC Mamphagi Real Madrid Masethe United Brothers Conti Young Stars Mashamba Soccer Academy Muila Young Stars Muwaweni Lucky Stars Res Mukondeni Ratanang FC Tswika Rolling Stones Tshivhuyuni Dream Boys

Played 8 8 9 8 10 7 9 5 10 5 4 2 6 8

Won 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 0

Draw 2 2 2 1 3 2 2 4 1 1 1 0 3 3

Lost 1 1 2 2 3 2 4 0 7 3 2 1 3 5

GD 40 30 31 5 7 14 -1 -5 -6 3 -8 -13 -21 -11 -39 -36

For 18 16 12 12 15 8 11 4 9 3 4 4 1 7

Points 48 44 40 40 39 38 32 31 28 27 27 26 23 23 23 20

Points 64 60 58 50 45 41 41 40 40 38 34 31 28 22 15 12 Points 48 41 40 38 37 35 34 34 33 30 28 28 24 23 22 18

Against Points 8 12 6 12 6 10 5 10 5 9 10 9 4 9 7 7 10 6 5 5 12 4 14 3 11 3 16 3 15 3 18 0 23 0 27 0 Against Points 10 22 9 20 13 15 7 14 13 14 14 13 7 12 11 11 10 10 16 9 14 9 17 5 2 4 9 4 31 4 8 3

Against Points 8 18 5 17 12 15 10 14 3 13 8 12 8 12 10 12 15 12 5 10 6 5 13 5 12 3 29 1 Against Points 5 17 7 17 6 17 6 16 12 16 10 11 17 11 2 7 21 7 4 4 6 4 2 3 9 3 21 3

Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream D Team Played Tshimbupfe Disco Stars 10 Vyeboom United FC 11 Mashau Citizen FC 11 Hanani Home Fighters 11 Mutheiwana Punchline FC 10 Doli Anchors FC 11 Mianzwi Hungry Tigers 7 EV Galaxy FC 9 Singo Disco Five 12 Davhana Balanganani FC 6 Tsia Mutsha Academy 7 Manavhela Black Rangers 9 Vyeboom Young Tigers 4 Tshivhulana FC 8 Nesengani United FC 4 Ramukhuba Bvumo La Shango 6 Nngwekhulu Real Rovers 4 TRT Football Academy 3 Bofulamoto Blue Birds 6 Ramukhuba Development 9 Tsianda United FC 0

Won 9 7 6 7 6 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0

Draw 1 3 4 0 2 1 0 0 3 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lost 0 1 1 4 2 5 2 5 6 1 3 5 1 5 2 4 3 3 6 9 0

For 25 23 17 26 20 19 14 14 12 7 7 9 7 11 9 4 7 2 3 5 0

Against Points 11 28 9 24 7 22 15 21 11 20 15 16 8 15 12 12 25 12 5 11 6 10 14 8 3 7 15 7 8 6 6 6 12 3 8 0 22 0 27 0 0 0

Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream E

Team Played CS Matika FC 9 Hollywoodbets Mabaleng 8 Gogobole Bucs FC 8 Ramahantsha Lotavha FC 7 Benny's Care Academy 5 Tshikota Chelsea FC 6 Madombidzha Chris United 5 Magau Mighty Green 5 Ravele Black Dragons 7 Tshiozwi Mates FC 6 Mubva All Stars 6 Ravele Highlanders FC 6 Sinthumule Dangerous Stars 6 Ramahantsha Skomboys 4 Madombidzha Congo XI 4 Tshiozwi Mates FC 2

Won 8 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0

Draw 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0

Lost 0 2 4 1 1 2 0 2 4 4 3 4 5 3 4 2

For 26 38 15 19 15 14 14 13 14 6 8 8 6 7 0 1

Against Points 7 25 13 16 18 15 12 14 7 12 11 12 7 11 8 10 26 9 8 6 10 4 17 4 20 3 15 1 6 0 15 0

Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream F

Team Madodonga Pat All Stars Mira Black Pull Zoutpansberg Powerline FC Tshikhodobo United FC Muduluni Young Chiefs Zamenkomste All Blacks Midoroni United FC Dave XVI FC Madodonga Happy Hearts Maebani Aces United Maisa Rainbow FC Muduluni Rising Stars Madombidzha Try Again Makhitha I Ya Runga

Played 10 10 8 10 10 8 8 5 6 6 9 9 2 4

Won 8 7 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1

Draw 2 2 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

Lost 0 1 3 5 4 5 5 2 3 3 6 6 0 3

For 31 27 19 14 13 18 6 15 11 10 13 10 2 7

Pfuluwani Properties Soccer League Stream G

Team Played Dopeni Mighty Comrades 7 Mashtown Juventus FC 8 Matshavhawe Come To 9 Murunwa XI Experience 6 Mavhunga Home Sweepers 7 Makungwi Mighty Blues 8 Siloam XI Bullets 7 Maelula New Mates 4 Khunda United Brothers 6 Vuvha Kill Them All 5 SJ Masetoni Four Brothers 7 Divhani Strongbow FC 3 Tshedza Vhalala FC 5 Matanda Juventus FC 0 Raliphaswa FB 0 Murunwa Home Sweepers 5

Won 6 5 5 5 5 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

Draw 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0

Lost 1 1 2 1 2 5 3 1 2 3 5 2 3 0 0 5

For 14 22 23 15 14 7 7 5 7 8 4 2 2 0 0 6

Against Points 6 26 9 23 15 13 17 13 18 12 19 9 18 9 9 7 13 7 12 7 25 7 26 7 1 4 9 3

Against Points 4 18 109 17 11 17 3 15 12 15 15 9 7 8 4 7 8 6 12 6 16 4 5 3 9 2 0 0 0 0 11 0

Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream H

Team Played Matsa All Stars 5 Mudimeli Bombers FC 4 Paradise Monaco Ratas 5 Mamvuka Jazz Gunners 4 Tshikhudo FC 3 Tshikuwi XI Stars 3 Mudimeli Bomo United 4 Ramalamula Mountain Chiefs 2 Matsa Freedom Fighters 4 Mutititi United Stars 3 Sendedza Black Uhuru 5 Mamvuka Chipolopolo 4 Mamuhohi Home Boys 5 Tshirolwe Prestone Broth 4 Mamvuka Young Movers 4 Nzhelele Home Sweepers 3

Won 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

Draw 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1

Lost 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 3 3 4 1 3 2

For 12 9 5 10 3 10 3 2 3 1 5 4 6 1 2 0

Against Points 3 12 2 10 1 10 6 7 1 7 4 6 3 5 1 4 5 4 3 4 8 4 10 3 12 3 5 2 6 1 4 1

MUSINA LFA STREAM A Team Played Won Draw Lost Dovho Born Free 7 6 1 0 Maramanzhi Pull Together 5 5 0 0 Sigonde Junior Chief 7 4 1 2 Gumbu Peacemakers 7 4 1 2 Domboni Y Brothers 6 3 1 2 Maramanzhi Mountain 8 3 1 4 Mbodi All Stars 7 3 0 4 Madavhila Kruger Port 6 1 4 1 Muludzhawela FC 7 2 1 4 Mbodi Pull Together 6 1 2 3 Mutele Mountain Rangers 6 1 1 4 Tshivaloni Four Boys 7 0 4 3 Mbodi Disco Swallows 5 0 1 4

For 15 13 12 7 9 7 6 7 10 5 4 3 2

Against Points 4 19 4 15 6 13 4 13 7 10 15 10 8 9 7 7 13 7 7 5 10 4 9 4 6 1

MUSINA LFA STREAM B Team Played Won Draw Lost Shakadza Ocean Swallows 7 5 0 2 Folovhodwe Mighty Stars 6 4 1 1 Tshikhudini Real Madrid 6 4 1 1 Mukovhawabale M 6 2 4 0 Tshivhogweni Mighty 7 3 1 3 Mukovhawabale Peace 6 3 0 3 Tshokohari Miagic Boys 6 2 2 2 Gumela F C 5 1 3 1 Musunda FC 5 1 1 3 Tshisimani Real Vultures 6 0 2 4 Tshirunzini FC 6 0 1 5

For 13 15 13 7 8 8 9 10 8 5 4

Against Points 9 15 5 13 9 13 5 10 11 10 8 9 10 8 9 6 10 4 13 2 11 1

MUSINA LFA STREAM C Team Played Won Draw Lost Madimbo Royal Eagles 7 5 1 1 Madimbo Pull Together 7 5 1 1 Madimbo FC 6 4 1 2 Liada Vuluvulu 7 3 2 2 Mapakoni Vikings 5 3 1 1 Lwathudwa Black Movers 5 3 0 2 Tshipise Junior Chiefs 6 2 2 2 Dambale Manchester 6 2 0 4 Manenzhe Liverpool 5 1 1 3 Matshena Hungry Tigers 7 1 0 6 Domboni Sunshine 6 0 1 5

For 12 12 9 7 9 11 8 5 3 7 3

Against Points 4 16 7 16 4 13 10 11 3 10 8 9 8 8 13 6 5 4 14 3 9 1

SAFA VHEMBE /MMK Administrators A Team Played Won Draw Lost For United Artists 20 18 2 0 62 Mapapila Blue Ribbon 20 9 8 3 34 Khadani FC 20 9 8 3 39 SMSA FC 20 10 4 6 39 FC Basel 19 9 6 4 5 Royal Arsenal 17 8 3 6 30 Salema All Stars FC 20 8 8 4 33 Royal Arsenal 19 9 4 6 33 Mukhomi Real Madrid 20 8 4 8 29 Langutani Blue Birds 20 8 3 9 31 Malamulele United 19 8 3 8 30 Real Fighters FC 20 6 8 6 34 Matsakali Sky Rangers 20 7 3 10 24 Makovha All Stars 20 6 5 9 29 Halahala Fast Movers 20 7 2 11 23 Muraga Hazard Hotspur 20 5 5 10 19 Xigalo Home Defend 19 4 5 10 19 Shigamani FC 18 4 3 11 25 Gandlanani Golden 20 2 8 10 21 Mphego Real Rovers 20 2 7 11 13

Against Points 8 56 17 35 28 35 26 34 16 33 20 27 27 32 22 31 28 28 32 27 35 27 35 26 31 24 30 23 42 23 38 20 30 17 44 15 38 14 35 13

SAFA VHEMBE /MMK Administrators B Team Played Won Draw Lost Madritas FC 20 16 2 2 Madandila Happy Boys 21 13 4 4 Musasenda Big Five 21 13 3 5 Malavuwe Great Movers 18 10 4 4 20 9 7 4 Muhuyu Copper Stars Mukula Young Santos 20 9 6 5 Tshaulu Gheto Boys 21 7 7 7 Khubvi Dangerous Dakkies 21 8 4 9 Mulindathavha Ocean Swallows 20 7 6 7 Phandulaluvalo FC 20 6 8 6 21 8 2 11 Makwarani F Boys Tshifudi XI Experience 21 6 7 8 Matangari High Aims 20 6 6 8 Begwa United FC 21 5 9 7 Matangari Rising Stars 21 5 9 7 Thenzheni Liverpool 19 6 5 8 Tshaulu Powerline 18 4 8 6 Tshipako Hot Spurs 21 2 12 7 Mahagala Young Stars 20 3 5 12 Tshidzini Happy Fighters FC 20 2 0 18

For 72 37 43 28 36 33 31 27 28 28 29 22 38 24 22 22 24 22 25 13

Against Points 12 50 22 43 28 42 15 34 30 34 22 33 30 28 38 28 25 27 29 26 47 26 27 25 30 24 25 24 25 24 28 23 28 20 38 18 34 14 71 6

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SAFA VHEMBE/MMK Administrators C Team Played Won Draw Lost Ngwenani Young Chiefs 19 16 1 2 Rockers FC 19 15 1 3 Ngovhela XI Experience 16 11 2 3 Vondwe XI Bullets 19 10 5 4 Themba Sunrise Riders 20 9 6 5 Mukula Jamaican Stars 19 8 7 4 Mbilwi New Generation 19 7 8 4 Gondeni United 18 8 4 6 Mapholi Kill Them All 18 6 6 6 Tshamobvu Junior Aces 17 6 6 5 Nweli Stone Breakers 18 6 5 7 Mukula Young Brothers 19 5 5 9 Marula XI 16 4 5 7 Shonisani FC 18 4 5 9 Thivhulani Fire Brothers 13 3 4 6 Makhuvha Young Stars 18 2 5 9 Maranzhe Hungry Lion 18 2 6 10 Tshitereke Young Masters FC 18 3 2 13 Ngudza Young Vultures 8 1 3 14

For 32 33 24 26 25 26 25 29 21 15 30 22 22 16 15 16 7 10 13

Against Points 15 49 11 46 6 35 16 35 16 33 17 31 19 29 23 28 16 24 13 24 26 23 29 20 23 17 21 17 20 13 30 13 33 12 36 11 47 6

SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators D Team Played Won Draw Lost Muziafera Blue Eagles 17 13 2 2 Gwamasenga United Brothers 18 12 3 3 Tshivhazwaulu Peace Makers 18 11 4 3 Kurhuleni Happy Fighters 18 9 6 3 Vyeboom Marikana 18 10 3 5 Duthuni Happy Boys 17 8 4 5 Tshivhazwaulu New Castle 17 7 6 4 Cobra Stars FC 18 7 5 6 Univen FC 14 7 4 3 Beuster Mighty Chiefs 18 5 4 9 Tswinga Young Stars 17 4 6 7 Muungamunwe FC 17 5 2 10 Shayandima Stars 15 4 2 9 Flying Eagles United FC 16 3 5 8 Lwamondo Pull Together FC 16 2 6 8 Shayandima FC Dyamos 18 3 3 1 Voweto Maximum FC 18 1 3 14

For 43 38 30 40 28 33 25 29 30 19 20 15 21 24 20 17 7

Against Points 15 41 22 39 16 37 27 33 21 33 26 28 16 27 26 26 17 25 25 19 26 18 25 17 29 14 36 14 26 12 37 12 49 6

SAFA VHEMBE/MMK Administrators E Team Played Won Drawn Lost Mpheni Home Defenders 19 18 1 0 Makhita Oscar Stars 20 16 2 2 Manavhela Black Aces 20 10 4 6 LTT Marunwa TVET 18 10 3 5 Magau United 18 8 8 2 Zamenkomste FC 20 9 3 8 Madombidzha Arsenal 19 8 4 7 Maebani Young Eagles 19 7 7 5 Ablex United 18 7 6 5 Tshikhwani Stone Breakers 20 6 8 6 Muraleni United Brothers 20 6 7 7 Western Stars 19 3 11 5 Madombidzha Try Again 20 3 10 7 Mailaskop Pull Together FC 19 5 3 11 Muraleni Young Rebellions 20 4 5 11 Makhitha Runga Birds FC 19 3 7 9 Greenway Sport Academy 19 3 5 11 Midoroni Real Hearts 20 3 5 12 MML FC 19 3 3 13

For 62 56 31 26 33 26 32 23 32 24 19 16 23 16 16 18 24 22 15

Against Points 6 55 14 50 29 34 15 33 20 32 29 30 22 28 20 28 31 27 28 26 27 25 21 20 34 19 32 18 34 17 30 16 37 14 46 14 39 12

SAFA VHEMBE SAB/MMK Administrators F Team Played Won Draw Lost Mashamba Soccer Academy 19 17 2 0 Wayeni Sea Robbers 20 14 3 3 FC Mazhakandila 20 12 4 4 Malonga Young Vultures 20 10 5 5 Masakona Young Tigers 20 9 5 6 Muwaweni Lucky Stars 18 8 7 3 Tshinavhe FC 20 8 5 7 Bokisi Scientists 16 8 4 4 Masakona United FC 19 7 3 9 Phadziri FC 20 6 5 9 Mambedi FC 20 6 4 10 Mukondeni Shooting Stars 18 5 7 6 Madadzhi Eversmilling Stars 19 5 5 9 Mashamba Benfica United 17 5 4 8 Lambani United FC 20 4 6 10 Tshivhuyuni Two For Joy 18 4 4 10 Manyima Mars Brothers FC 20 3 6 11 Eleven Worrier 17 3 4 10 Caledon Junior Birds FC 19 2 5 12

For 46 46 42 39 32 16 26 29 20 18 20 23 13 14 16 9 14 15 15

Against Points 6 53 15 45 22 40 20 35 19 32 10 31 27 29 17 28 15 24 19 23 28 22 33 22 22 20 19 19 36 18 32 16 40 15 27 13 46 11

SAFA VHEMBE/MMK Administrators G Team Played Won Draw Lost Rabali Pull Together 19 14 5 0 Maelula United Brothers 19 14 2 3 Matanda Rockers 19 10 6 3 Eagles United Stars 17 9 5 3 Seven United Brothers 16 9 3 4 Phadzima KSP Young Stars 20 9 3 8 Makhado Development 20 7 8 5 Tshituni Hot Stars 19 7 7 5 Tshikuwi Stone Breakers 20 7 7 6 Vuvha Digger FC 20 8 3 9 Shanzha Continentals 18 7 5 6 Matshavhawe United FC 18 6 6 6 Tshivhilidulu Hungy Lion 14 6 5 3 Sangoma Black Robbers 19 7 2 10 Tshiendeulu New Castle FC 19 6 4 9 Edison Muraida FC 19 5 3 11 Mune Pumps 19 2 6 11 MRM FC 16 2 5 9 Luvhalani Sunshine Pirates 19 2 4 13 Mauluma Black Mambas 18 1 3 14

For 48 39 23 31 32 32 36 28 21 32 25 23 17 20 18 21 16 17 169 10

Against Points 12 47 9 44 15 36 15 32 22 30 29 30 27 29 17 28 20 28 30 27 21 26 20 24 13 23 26 23 25 22 28 18 42 12 40 11 39 10 55 6

SAFA VHEMBE/MMK Administrators H Team Played Won Draw Lost For Musina United 16 10 5 1 32 Annel Real Vikings 15 11 1 3 29 Musina All Stars 17 11 1 5 31 Masisi Young Stars 15 8 5 2 17 Igwe FC 17 8 4 5 29 Bale United 17 7 6 4 19 Mabvete Peace Makers 17 7 4 6 19 Sanari Crossbridge 16 6 5 5 24 Folovhodwe Stone 16 5 5 6 14 Muraluwe Shining Stars 15 4 6 5 14 Tshilamusi Super Eagles 16 5 1 10 13 Muswodi Happy Fighters 17 3 6 8 11 Masea Try Again 15 3 4 8 18 Tshikhudini Brave Lions 16 3 4 9 12 Tshiungani Young Chiefs 16 2 6 8 11 Tshisimani top Challengers 13 1 3 9 10 SAFA VHEMBE/MMK Administrators I Team Played Won Draw Lost Berea FC 20 18 2 0 Dipeni FC 20 15 2 3 Sambandou Unt Profession 20 14 2 4 Rambuda Young Fighters 20 12 4 4 Thengwe Flying Peace 21 11 5 5 Muledzhi Fire Boys FC 21 10 6 5 Mutshenzheni Gorrilas 20 8 8 4 Lamvi FC 21 8 5 8 Tshandama Try Together 20 5 9 6 Lukau Hot Aces 21 5 9 7 Lukau FC 21 7 3 11 Gondeni Big Cat FC 21 4 9 8 Mulodi Freedom Birds 21 5 6 10 Ngalahai B Lion 20 4 8 8 Tshilavulu Elite FC 20 6 2 12 Makuya Try Again FC 19 4 7 8 Ficus FC 20 5 3 12 Muvuma FC 21 3 7 11 Phaphama All Stars FC 20 3 6 11 Mavunde Hungry Vultures 21 3 5 13

MTG/PIB THULFA STREAM A Team Played Won Draw Lost Buluni H Boys 19 11 6 2 Tshidzini FC 17 11 6 0 Gaba Union Fighters 17 11 4 2 Tshaulu H Lion 17 11 3 3 Munangwe United Broth 18 10 5 3 Tshamulavhu FC 17 9 6 2 Dimai Young Masters 18 7 6 5 Masetoni United Brothers 18 8 3 7 New Discovery FC 8 6 7 5 Lukalo Hot Spurs 18 6 4 8 De Real Stars 14 5 6 3 Mubvuoni FC 19 6 3 10 Tshaulu Tshihalwe 14 4 7 3 Tshamutshedzi FC 19 4 7 8 Citizen FC 16 4 5 7 Nduvheni FC 18 4 4 10 Belavhathu FC 18 3 4 11 Mushiro Young Tigers 16 2 3 11 Tshikambe FC 18 1 3 14 Tshaulu Sports Academy 13 1 2 10

For 72 49 39 33 40 31 30 24 23 25 23 28 24 26 22 25 21 20 15 15

For 38 25 34 24 50 32 24 24 26 20 20 28 20 21 28 20 20 12 17 14

Against Points 15 35 11 34 14 34 10 29 20 28 14 27 20 25 22 23 20 20 17 18 27 16 22 15 23 13 28 13 20 12 20 6 Against Points 10 56 18 47 20 44 17 40 30 38 26 36 23 32 35 29 24 24 28 24 31 24 35 21 34 21 30 20 34 20 36 19 44 18 36 16 40 15 33 14

Against Points 18 39 10 39 16 37 8 36 13 35 15 33 21 27 39 27 21 25 28 22 16 21 31 21 15 19 31 19 30 17 37 16 35 13 31 9 42 6 39 5

Team Zwaloni Y Stars Matsika Shooting Stars Tshikonelo United Tshififi FC Mukoma All Stars Nkhwathisni FC Banyini F Swallows Sterkstroom R Chiefs Azwibali FC Gole Liverpool Sidou Peace Makers Tshikonelo Highlanders Siambe Shepard Tahamutavha Hot Sand Mbahe Freedom Rebels Tshamutilikwa Young KI

MTG/PIB THULFA SUPER B Played Won Draw Lost 14 10 3 1 15 9 4 2 14 9 3 2 15 8 4 3 15 7 5 3 14 7 2 5 15 5 6 4 15 6 3 6 15 6 1 8 15 5 4 6 15 5 2 8 15 5 2 8 15 5 2 8 15 5 0 10 14 2 2 10 15 2 1 12

For 25 23 31 29 24 21 29 24 20 14 5 15 15 16 10 9

Against Points 9 33 10 31 13 30 12 28 18 26 16 23 22 21 6 21 27 19 24 19 29 17 21 17 22 17 27 15 20 8 33 7

Team All Nation FC Miluwani FC Tshiulungoma FC Ravies FC Dididi FC Mbaleni FC Maniini Real Madrid Tshiko Vha Arsenal Maniini All Blacks Tshikhudini FC Hlupeka FC Thohoyandou FC Diabuse FC All Bullets Dumasi United Bros Juventus FC Mphireleni FC

MTG/PIB THULFA STREAM C Played Won Draw Lost 12 9 1 2 13 8 4 1 12 8 3 1 14 7 3 4 12 7 2 3 11 6 3 2 12 6 1 5 12 5 3 4 11 4 5 2 12 4 4 4 11 3 3 5 12 3 3 6 9 3 1 5 14 3 0 11 13 2 3 8 14 1 4 9 8 0 0 8

For 22 20 18 27 24 18 24 24 17 9 14 17 14 14 10 18 6

Against Points 11 28 12 28 7 27 14 24 13 23 11 21 22 19 15 18 14 17 9 16 17 12 27 12 17 10 27 9 25 9 29 7 27 0

Team Itsani FCM Tshisaulu FC Manamani City Ndondola FC Tshisaulu Magenge Pira Dzwerani United Bros Mvelaphandi FC Mapate B Mambaas Mahematshena Y Stars Sibasa All Stars Phungo All Stars Mapate Delta Force

MTG/PIB THULFA STREAM D Played Won Draw Lost 11 6 4 1 9 7 0 2 8 5 1 2 8 4 3 1 9 4 1 4 9 4 1 4 10 3 3 4 10 2 5 3 10 3 0 7 10 2 2 6 6 1 3 2 6 0 1 5

For 23 25 22 14 23 11 14 13 17 11 7 5

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

MTG/PIB THULFA STREAM E Team Played Won Draw Lost Tshivhungululu HV 13 10 3 0 Mukumbanii S Stars 14 9 3 2 Tshilapfen Sporting 12 8 3 1 Ngwenanani Man United 11 7 2 2 Matondoni Sweepers 12 6 3 3 Lunungwi United 12 5 2 5 Tshirembe Vkillers 12 4 4 4 Maha Flying Gunners 11 4 3 4 Phiphidi Mighty B Bucs 13 4 3 6 Vhutshavhelo FC 10 3 3 4 Ngovhela Back Side 11 3 2 6 Themba Heroes 12 2 3 7 Tshilaphala Pirates 10 1 5 4 Ngovhela FC 12 2 2 8 Vondoo Vibes 11 1 4 6 Ralies FC 12 2 1 9

For 39 31 24 25 26 15 23 8 23 10 12 11 12 14 9 13

Against Points 11 33 13 30 7 27 9 23 25 21 19 17 21 16 9 15 32 15 13 12 16 11 27 9 20 8 25 8 19 7 29 7

MTG/PIB THULFA STREAM F Played Won Draw Lost 14 12 0 2 13 11 1 1 14 11 1 2 16 10 3 3 16 9 4 36 17 8 4 5 17 6 7 4 17 6 6 5 13 6 3 4 17 4 5 8 12 4 4 4 16 4 4 8 13 4 3 6 11 3 5 3 13 3 4 6 13 3 3 7 15 3 3 9 14 2 4 8 12 3 1 8 11 1 3 7 14 0 4 10

For 50 34 36 27 31 27 29 24 19 17 14 20 21 15 13 19 15 24 8 12 14

Against Points 13 36 8 34 21 34 12 33 13 31 25 28 36 25 15 24 14 21 29 17 19 16 42 16 20 15 14 14 24 13 23 12 32 12 26 10 24 10 26 6 34 4

MTG/PIB THULFA STREAM G Team Played Won Draw Lost Makonde Y Tigers 17 12 3 2 Vhutalu Mountain Range 17 11 4 2 Makonde Manchester 16 9 4 3 Muhuya XI Experience 16 9 3 4 Makonde Youth 16 9 2 5 Khubvi Peace Makers 13 8 4 1 Makonde Home Defenders 17 8 3 6 Damani Powerline 18 8 2 8 MT Green Mambas 16 7 3 6 Makonde FC 16 6 5 5 Tshatshingo Potholes 13 7 2 4 Luvhimbi Wanderers 15 6 4 5 Mudaswali United 14 4 4 6 Mtangari Settlers 15 4 4 7 Khubvi Feeders 16 3 1 12 Tshilulu TP Mazembe 12 1 1 10 Tshiwane Flying Birds 14 1 1 12 Mudzidzidzi FC 15 0 0 15

For 50 43 30 33 27 31 26 34 23 30 25 19 61 16 27 9 5 3

Against Points 17 39 18 37 16 31 17 30 22 29 16 28 27 27 39 26 18 24 18 23 19 23 25 22 26 16 26 16 86 10 30 4 35 4 37 0

MTG/PIB THULFA STREAM H Played Won Draw Lost 13 8 4 1 12 8 2 2 11 8 0 3 11 6 4 1 13 5 6 2 9 5 1 3 10 4 3 3 11 2 6 3 11 3 3 5 10 3 2 5 8 3 1 4 12 2 4 6 8 3 1 4 6 2 2 2 9 1 4 4 10 1 3 6 8 1 2 5 8 1 0 7

For 31 41 18 22 15 17 11 20 14 10 19 13 8 7 10 7 6 7

Against Points 15 28 13 26 7 24 13 22 12 21 24 16 9 15 21 12 19 12 14 11 23 10 21 10 16 10 6 8 16 7 17 6 12 5 18 3

MTG/PIB THULFA STREAM I Team Played Won Draw Lost TshikundaMalema Wate 12 12 0 0 Lurangwe The Angels 12 9 2 1 Maheni FC 12 8 2 2 Tshamulungwi L Winners 14 6 5 3 Mangaya Living Com 11 6 2 3 Tshaanda N Vultures 10 5 4 1 Mdzivhanani FE 11 5 4 2 Mafukani Dangerers Spr 11 5 4 8 Mulodi Young Santos 14 5 4 5 Matavhela Mighty Drbl 12 5 1 6 Thogwe FC 12 3 5 4 Luphephe FC 11 4 2 5 Gwangwatini FC 12 4 1 7 Madatshitshi Brown Sol 11 3 3 5 Humbulani FC 9 3 2 4 Helula Try Again 11 3 2 6 Bashasha Teror Masters 8 2 3 3 Gudani FC 10 2 2 6 Mabila Home Defenders 13 2 2 9 Thogani FC 8 1 2 5 Gogogo Moon Rovers 10 1 1 8 Makwali Try Again 10 1 1 8

For 33 25 26 18 19 18 20 20 15 22 16 13 10 19 8 11 11 10 6 8 7 8

Against Points 5 36 10 29 10 26 15 23 14 20 9 19 14 19 15 19 12 19 18 16 18 14 17 14 16 13 21 12 8 11 14 11 13 9 16 8 19 8 16 5 24 4 39 4

Team Tsilongwe Young Vondwe D Tigers Mukula Avalon Makhuvha Up the Ants Tshivhilwi Young Stars Vondwe United Bros Vhufuli P Together Mukula Fast Eleven Mukula Equitor Mutuwa Brazilians Gooldville Y Tiger Matashe FC Tshidimbini B Lion Domboni FC Mukula Mighty Killers Ngudza United Mukula Juventus Dzingahe FC The Dolphins Tshitereke Citizen Sta Mukula Silver Stars

Team Maranxwe Happy Boys Tshibvumo FC Muhotoni FC Tswera Hot Chillies Tshiombo XI Securitas Managa Uprising Shadani D Scorpion MD United Mianzwi G Hornent Phalama Young Chiefs Mutake Vikings Mapulon H Landers Mashishi Y Tigers Tshapasha Tshiombo Try Again Tshiawelo D Vultures Badiramogo Balethavha FC

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LIMPOPO MIRROR

14 20 March 2020

Joyful weekend for United Brothers By Frank Mavhungu Last weekend was a joyful one for Gwamasenga United Brothers. Not only did they collect six points in the two MMK Administrators League matches they played over the week-

end, but they managed to score seven goals. Brothers beat the Stream D log leaders, Muziafera Blue Eagles, 3-1 at the Gwamasenga grounds on Saturday. They went further to beat Cobra Stars 4-2 at the Tshisaulu Mmbengeni Kone grounds the following day. Zwidofhela “Ndoro” Musandiwa, the Brothers’ lethal striker, was a marvel to watch in both matches. He scored a brace against Blue Eagles on Saturday. As if that was not enough to impress the team’s fans, Ndoro scored a hat trick in their game against Cobra Stars. Their game against Cobra Stars provided the maximum entertainment from the onset to the end. At one stage, United Brothers were leading 3-0. Their opening goals came four minutes into the game. Ndoro

was brought down within the box and the referee, Mr Fhulufhelo Masindi, awarded a penalty to Brothers. Ndoro made no mistake from the white spot. He was on target again nine minutes later. He beat the keeper with a half volley. Tshifhiwa Khameli scored the third moments later. Cobra Stars did not lose hope, even though the Brothers’ victory was almost certain. They pulled one back through Munewanga Mudau in the 34th minute. They also received a penalty after Excellent Nekhavhambe was brought down within the penalty box. Cobra Stars increased the margin to 3-2 towards the end of the first half. Mulalo Ranwedzi beat the keeper with a ground cutter. He finished off a rebound, following Khodani Netshilindi’s attempt. The visitors put the matter beyond doubt when Ndoro Musandiwa completed his hat trick with a header after a square pass from Khadani Davhula.

Gift Mutandanyi of Brothers hinders Munewanga Mudau of Cobra Stars from reaching the ball.

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to notify him about the verdict after he had appeared before the The relationship between Black disciplinary committee. He said Leopards and player Karabo that he had been ordered to pay Tshepe is something of the a fine of R8 000, apart from the past. According to the 31-year- fact that he had once again been old striker, he received a letter informed that his contract had from the club last Wednesday, been terminated with immediate 11 March, informing him of his effect. dismissal. The angry sharpshooter According to him, the problem revealed that it had come as a started when the team was about shock to him when the club had to fly to Cape Town for their terminated his contract as his league match against Cape Town only sin had been to take care of City two months ago. his family. He said that he had requested Asked about his future plans, family-responsibility leave to go Tshepe said that Chippa United, and take care of his pregnant Bloemfontein Celtic and Cape wife. He revealed that his wife Town City were some of the clubs was due to deliver and that who had already shown interest prompted him to request three in his services. days’ family responsibility leave. The spokesperson for Black According to him, his request fell Leopards, Mr Berry Ramunenyon deaf ears. He admitted that iwa, could not be reached for he decided to leave the camp, comment as his phone went undespite the fact that the leave was answered. Mirror will, however, not approved. publish the comments from the He further stated that he had club as soon as we obtain them. returned to the camp after his wife had given birth to a baby girl on 31 January. Tshepe stated that, upon his return to the camp, he had been served with a letter notifying him about his suspension without pay. Tshepe further indicated that the club had taken far too long to summon him to a disciplinary enquiry, even though they had known that he had been suspended without pay. According to Happier days. Karabo Tshepe poses for a him, the club again photo with the chairman of Black Leopards, took a long time Mr David Thidiela. By Frank Mavhungu

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the girlfriend was apparently not allowed to leave the house. Only after the intervention of family members was a charge laid. This is not the first time that Rasendedza has been charged with assaulting his girlfriend. He appeared in court in September last year and was accused of burning the body of the woman, using hot plastic. He will appear in the Sibasa Regional Court again on 6 April, where the two cases will be combined.

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Leopards’ performance frustrate coach Clark By Frank Mavhungu The caretaker coach of Black Leopards, Mr Allan Clark, is a frustrated man. Speaking to a contingent of journalists shortly after his team’s 0-1 loss to Baroka FC in their Nedbank Cup quarterfinal game at the Peter Mokaba Stadium last Saturday, the 40-year-old mentor could not hide his frustration. Saturday’s defeat was the fourth in a row for Leopards. Lidoda Duvha lost 0-1 to Orlando Pirates, 1-2 to Polokwane City, 0-2 to Baroka FC in a league match before their defeat on Saturday. “It is now becoming stressful for me as the team’s coach as we lost all four matches out of our own doings,” he said. “We are fast becoming our own enemy. According to my observations, we defended well. They got a penalty that we saved and gave ourselves a chance to stay in the game, but unfortunately we soon conceded an own goal,” he added. Clark further indicated that it was heart-breaking for him since they defended well and conceded silly goals. He again stated that although mistakes were part of the game, his team seemed to be the hardest hit. Clark’s counterpart from the Baroka camp, Mr Dylan Kerr, concurred with Clark, saying Leopards did not deserve to be fighting for survival at this stage as their performance was superb. Baroka were awarded a controversial penalty in the 75th minute. The Leopards’ keeper, Rotshidzwa Muleka, braved the shot and palmed the ball away for a

corner kick. A defender of Leopards, Josef Douhadji, kicked the ball back into his own net to clear, causing an own goal.

Goodman Mosele, Baroka’s midfielder, was nominated Man of the Match. He received a trophy and cheque of R5 000 after the game.

Matodzi Maedza of Birds with the ball, while Pfano Ndou is running to guard against any mistake.

Musina steers his team to a good victory Gerald Phiri of Baroka hooks the ball, while Abel Zulu of Leopards keeps his eyes on it.

Vhadau Vha Damani miss golden opportunity By Frank Mavhungu Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) are still battling to come to terms with the 0-1 defeat they suffered at the hands of JDR Stars in their GladAfrica Championship League match that was played at the Soshanguve Giant Stadium outside Pretoria on Saturday. TTM did not lose their position on the log standings, despite the defeat. They are still in the fourth position with 38 points. TTM or Vhadau Vha Damani, as they are affectionately called, would have moved to the second spot on the log had they managed to beat JDR

Stars last Saturday. Swallows FC and Uthongathi FC, who are in the second and third position respectively, played to a goalless draw against each other. TTM realized that it was not their day when they were reduced to 10 men 12 minutes into the last stanza. Their right back, Tshepo Makgoga, was given his marching orders for dangerous play. The Tshakhuma side changed their original formation and started to play defensive football. They could not absorb the pressure from the hosts to the finish. The goal that separated the boys from the men came in the 75th minute. Michael Makhanya beat Vhadau’s keeper, Simon Mamudzidi, with a

close-range half volley. The Stars abandoned their positions and packed themselves at the far back in a bid to protect the lead. When asked to comment after the game, the head coach of TTM, Mr Vladislav Heric, said that the team was still on course for promotion to the elite division. He pointed out that they were only three points behind the second-placed Swallows FC, and two points behind Uthongathi FC, who are in the third spot. He further said that what kept his hopes alive was the fact that they must still play against the top three teams in their remaining six league matches.

Mr Abel Makhubele, said that while he fully agreed that the State President’s decision was a wise and responsible move, he was trembling with fear of the unknown. He revealed that his team was in top form when the pronouncement was made and that he was not sure if the team would be able to maintain the same form when they returned to the battlefield on a date still to be decided upon. He further stated that his team had

not stopped training after the pronouncement, saying it was business as usual in the camp. Should they manage to maintain the good form in their remaining seven matches, Mikhado will represent the province in the national promotional play-off tournament that is scheduled for the second week of June in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga. Mikhado were the ambassadors for the Limpopo Province at the same event that was staged in Cape Town last year.

By Kaizer Nengovhela Musiwa Mutandari steered his team, Magau United, to victory when he scored a brace in the match during which United beat Makhitha Runga Birds 2-0 in the MMK Administrators League at Magau on Sunday. What was evident from the start was that United were going to collect full points as the hosts were outclassed in all departments. Birds fumbled at the goal finish on a continuous basis. United took the match to Birds from the first whistle, forcing the opposition's defence to abandon their positions and pack themselves at the back. The United keeper, Brutus, pulled off a brave save when Livhuwani Thonga forced his way

through the defence of United before passing to Phathutshedzo Mbodi. His attempt missed the target by inches. Musiwa Mutandari of United scored the first goal of the match in the 34th minute. He unleashed a powerful shot from outside the box that beat the keeper of Birds, Lavhelesani Netshisumbewa. The second half saw Birds pressing hard in search of the equaliser. Ompha Mulaudzi of Birds dribbled past three defenders in a row but shot wide when left with only the keeper to beat. Matodzi Maedza and Ntshavheni Liremi of Birds were cautioned with yellow cards for different infringements. Musiwa Mutandari completed his brace and scored his team’s second goal late in the match.

Mixed feeling about postponement of matches Defenders hammer Stars By Frank Mavhungu

Just like the country’s professional football body, the Premier Soccer League (PSL), the South African Football Association (SAFA) has issued a statement informing all their affiliates about the postponement of all their league matches until further notice. The pronouncement means that all matches involving the ABC Motsepe League, the SAB League and Local Football Associations (LFAs) that were scheduled for this weekend have been postponed until further notice. The pronouncement is in line with the State President’s decision to prohibit all public gatherings that involve more than 100 people as part of the government’s many ways to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus or COVID 19. The pronouncement comes at a time when Mikhado FC are leading the Limpopo Stream of the ABC Hollywoodbets in Thoyandou recently donated a full soccer kit to Tshidzini United FC. The Motsepe League with club was formed in 2017. Their main motivation was to keep the youth in their area away 52 points, four ahead from drugs and alcohol in an attempt to reduce the crime rate in the area. The club is made of Magezi FC. Mikhado up of 45 people who are currently spread across three teams and practise four days a week have a match in hand. at the Mulindathavha Ground. Coach Ungedzani Tsninyadzeni believes that the donation Asked how the break will boost the players’ confidence. “It will help to encourage the teams, and they no longer would affect his team, have to borrow soccer kit from other teams because they do not have their own,” he said. Mikhado’s head coach,

Defenders were dictating terms in all departments. The midSpectators saw a feast of goals fielder-cum-striker of Defenders, when the current log leaders, Ndaedzo Mareda, was booked for Mpheni Home Defenders, gave wasting time. Tshepiso Kgamedi Madombidzha Western Stars a 4-0 received a loose ball from the left drubbing in their Safa SAB MMK corner and beat the Stars keepAdministrators Stream E match er, Tshimangadzo Masala, with a at the packed Madombidzha ground cutter and completed his hat Grounds on Sunday. trick. Stars managed to match DefendNdaedzo Mareda scored his team’s ers pound for pound in the early fourth goal by sending the keeper minutes, but their fighting spirit the wrong way with a close-range vanished over time. Defenders could half volley from a free kick. Maanda have scored more than a dozen Magoro of Stars shot straight to Pfagoals, had they managed to convert no Malatjie, the keeper of Defenders. all their chances. The game was characterized by rough tackles in the first half. Defenders scored their first goal after Lucky Buasi dished a well-cooked pass to Tshepiso Kgamedi, who scored after a scramble for the ball within the box. Stars did not stop fighting, despite conceding the early goal. They created numerous scoring opportunities, but their strikers let them down by shooting aimlessly from close range. Defenders increased the margin when Kgamedi found the net after a neat pass from Tshepiso Kgamedi of Defenders is in posEmmanuel Mphephu. session of the ball, while Mulalo Mbengini is In the second half, behind him. By Kaizer Nengovhela


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Postponement of league By Frank Mavhungu Following the State President’s prohibition of public gatherings of more than 100 people, the Premier Soccer League (PSL) called for an emergency executive committee meeting, which was followed by a press conference on

Polokwane City’s head coach, Mr Clinton Larsen.

Monday afternoon. The football professional body took a decision to postpone all midweek and weekend fixtures until further notice. The coaches of the three Limpopo-based PSL teams, Black Leopards, Baroka FC and Polokwane City, reacted differently to the league’s decision. Black Leopards’ caretaker coach, Mr Allan Clark, welcomed the pronouncement with open arms. He revealed that they would take advantage of the break to prepare for their remaining six league fixtures. He said that his team had a problem of conceding goals as a result of their defenders’ careless mistakes. He reiterated the fact that the pronouncement came at the right time, saying they would use the time to tighten up the team’s loose ends. Lidoda Duvha lost four matches in a row, including last Saturday’s 0-1 defeat to Baroka in their Nedbank Cup match. Mr Dylan Kerr, Baroka’s head coach, said that while he fully supported the league’s decision to postpone the fixtures, he felt that the pronouncement would work against his team. He again stated that his team was likely to lose momentum because of the postponement. According to him, the spirit is high in the camp after the team won two matches in succession. Polokwane City’s mentor, Mr Clinton Larsen, said he did not care what happened with the league and that his boys were always ready to commence anytime. The three Limpopo-based clubs are among the last four teams on the current log standings. Black Leopards were supposed to host Maritzburg United in their league match at the Black Leopards’ caretaker coach, Mr Allan Thohoyandou Stadium tomorrow. Clark.

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Limpopo Mirror 20 March 2020  

Local newspaper bringing you the news, sport and more from Louis Trichardt and surrounding areas in Limpopo province, South Africa.

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