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23 March 2012 Year 22 Vol: 28

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By Peter Muthambi

Ex-councillor arrested for attempted murder

Mr Albert Muvhumbe. A former councillor of the Makhado Municipality was arrested after he had allegedly shot at an ANC member during the party’s Tshikhwikhwikhwi branch’s elective meeting that was held at Bele Primary school last Saturday. The 54-year-old suspect, Mr Albert Muvhumbe, was arrested and charged with attempted murder, following the incident. The spokesperson for the Siloam police, W/O Edward Tharaga, confirmed Muvhumbe’s arrest. “The police have opened a case of attempted murder, following the incident,” he said. Tharaga added that no one was injured during the shooting.

Muvhumbe appeared before the Dzanani Magistrate’s Court on Monday and is now out on R2 000 bail. Muvhumbe served as chairperson of the Tshikhwikhwikhwi ANC branch for roughly 10 years. He also served as a portfolio head for Rural Development and Land Affairs at the Makhado Municipality until May last year. “We cannot build the organisation by threatening each other. We were supposed to be learning from Muvhumbe as a veteran. Now we are very disappointed in him,” remarked the chairperson of the Tshikhwikhwikhwi ANC branch, Mr Nehemiah Madzhiga. Madzhiga, who is also a councillor for Ward 30, added that members might differ in opinion from time to time, but they never produced guns. “The policy of the ANC does not allow members to behave the way Muvhumbe did,” he said. He added that the incident frightened other members who may now feel afraid of attending ANC meetings in the future. The meeting to launch this particular branch had been postponed for quite some time now. - Continues on p2

Members of the Mphephu police stand next to one of the three ATMs that were bombed by unknown criminals at the Nzhelele Valley complex. By Peter Muthambi

Armed attack on ATMs Residents of Dzanani township in Nzhelele were left stunned last Thursday morning, when unknown criminals bombed three ATMs in the Nzhelele Valley complex. According to the police, cash amounting to R280 000 was stolen in the process. Although the police exchanged fire with heavily armed criminals after the bombings, they were unable to prevent the culprits from fleeing the scene. A police spokesperson, W/O Lazarus Netshidzati, said the criminals were armed with AK47, R4 and R5 assault rifles. Even though two police vans were shot at during the incident, no one was injured during the shooting.

Netshidzati said that the incident happened at about 01:30. “A number of criminals who were travelling with a white Golf GTi with heavily armed men arrived at the complex. They ordered the security guards to lie down and started bombing the ATMs.” He added that the police van had just passed the place on patrol. “After members of the police heard an explosion, they went to the centre to invesitgate. They were, however, unable to enter the complex as the criminals started firing shots at them,” Netshidzati said. He confirmed that cash amounting to R280 000 was taken from two FNB ATMs and an Absa ATM. He added that

the fourth ATM was only damaged and no money was taken from it. The incident happened just opposite the Mphephu police station. People who were trying to withdraw money at the time were also ordered to lie on the floor, but were not hurt. They said that the incident traumatized them. Netshidzati said that three counts of malicious damage to property, unlawful use of explosives and fire-arms, armed robbery and attempted murder cases had been opened with the police. “The provincial organized crime unit is investigating the case,” he said. No one had been arrested yet at the time of going to press.

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2 23 March 2012 By Linda van der Westhuizen

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Foreman hacked to death with spade A foreman at a borehole company, Mr Sonnyboy Nkosi (40), was allegedly hacked to death with a spade at Muduluni village on Saturday. The station commissioner of the Tshilwavhusiku SAPS, Lt-Col Freddy Shirinda, said that an argument had allegedly broken out between Nkosi and another man and that the suspect had hit Nkosi several times on the head with a spade. Shirinda said that the suspect had allegedly chased the deceased and poured a flammable liquid over him. Members of the

community, however, responded very quickly and prevented the suspect from setting fire to the badly injured man. The suspect was arrested on the spot, and when the ambulance arrived, Nkosi was already dead. The suspect, Mashele Zimbudzana (26), appeared in the Tshilwavhusiku Magistrate’s Court on Monday and the case was postponed to 2 April for a bail application. According to the grieving wife, Ms Joyce Ramarope, Nkosi’s untimely death had

robbed the family of a good person. “The incident has left our family traumatised and it will take a long time and specialised counseling for us to recover fully.” She expressed her appreciation to all the members of the community, and especially the pastors in the area, who supported them during the past week. Nkosi is survived by his parents, wife and four children, all of whom are still at school. The funeral will take place at the Tshikhwani Cemetery.

Chamber worried about awarding of tenders The Soutpansberg Chamber of Commerce expressed its concern about the awarding of tenders by both the local and district municipalities. This follows a meeting between the Makhado Local Municipality and the Vhembe District Municpality and community members of wards 20 and 21. In a press release dated 19 March, the awarding of tenders, as well as the Chamber’s reaction to the meeting, was addressed. “One of the most pressing issues is the awarding of tenders to contractors who have proven themselves incapable of really getting the job done. Shoddy work by such overpaid contractors means that jobs already done in the past will now have to be done again. This leads to exorbitant, fruitless expenditure, and that in the face of an already

financially strained municipality and overburdened tax- and ratepayers. Much closer scrutiny of the tendering process is needed to ensure that tenders are awarded to competent contactors at reasonable costs,” stated Mr Willie Botha of the Chamber. The Chamber also touched on the response of the community members during discussion time at the meeting . “It is very encouraging that not one of the speakers during discussion time was fooled and that stringent questions and remarks were made that highlighted the community’s concerns about the very issues presented by the municipal team as having been addressed,” Botha said. The Chamber shares these concerns regarding obvious service delivery failures still existing, despite the kind of picture painted by the municipality.

Botha says that the positive that should be taken out of this meeting was the preparedness of the municipality to face their community when it was common knowledge that the community was unhappy with them. Could the promise by the municipality to be pro-active indicate a ‘turn of heart’ and mark the end of a season of prolonged failure to act on obvious shortfalls? Or would the promises turn out to be empty once again? “We certainly hope the ‘change of heart’ expressed verbally by the municipal team will result in action at ground level. More than having to prove themselves to the community, they now have to step up and deliver at the promised rate and in the indicated time frames or they certainly will have to face the wrath of a very disgruntled local community,” Botha said.

A new marquee conference venue was opened at the Khoroni Hotel and Casino on Saturday evening. The local band Steve C, entertained the guests during the event.

Widow: Ms Joyce Ramarope.

Dead: Mr Sonnyboy Nkosi.

By Peter Muthambi

Ex-councillor arrested after shooting incident (From page 1) It is said that there were other members who had been disturbing the meetings after seeing that they were losing ground during the elections. Cllr Livhuwani Netshipise, the Speaker of the Mutale Municipality, was an ANC deployee at the meeting. She said that the behaviour was barbaric. “In the ANC, we do not fight for positions. I was surprised and shocked by the incident. The problem started when I called all the members (to come) closer, so I could address them because the meeting was not progressing. I then decided to postpone the meeting,” she said.

Netshipise added that while she was busy addressing the members, Muvhumbe came and blocked the gate with his bakkie, preventing members from leaving the school premises. “That is where the fight started. The man even produced a firearm and pointed it at one of the members. The last thing I heard was a gunshot. I then called the police,” said Netshipise. When contacted for comment, Muvhumbe said that he had not point at anyone with a gun. “When I arrived at the meeting, I found people beating up some boys. I then took out my gun and fired a shot to try and disperse the crowd that was beating up

the boys. The gate was locked and they were unable to get out. After I fired the shot, the crowd dispersed and the boys were free, although they had sustained injuries,” continued Muvhumbe. He said the chairperson of the branch had instructed people to beat up the boys. Muvhumbe’s lawyer, Adv Shonisani Ravele, also confirmed the allegations. He stated, however, that the allegations could not stand in court as there was no evidence that his client had tried to shoot anybody. “He only fired a warning short to disperse the crowd that was beating the boys, which included Muvhumbe’s son,” said Ravele.

One vehicle was almost split in half, leaving another a complete write-off in one of several severe road accidents in the Soutpansberg the past weekend. This gruesome scene was photographed along the Thohoyandou road last Friday night. Shortly after sunset, the driver of a Toyota bakkie driving towards Levubu lost control on the slippery road and landed on top of an oncoming sedan. The driver of the sedan, who was trapped inside his vehicle and had to be cut out, spent several scary minutes waiting to be rescued. Local police spokesperson Capt Maano Sadike confirmed that both drivers were rushed to hospital. At the time of going to press, the bakkie driver had been transferred to the Polokwane Hospital. The driver of the sedan escaped with minor injuries.

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Man killed by vehicle

An unknown motorist fled the scene after allegedly knocking down and killing a 21-year-old pedestrian at Ha-Rabali village in Nzhelele last Sunday. Mr Moses Mukhithi was hit by the vehicle while he was trying to cross the road. The suspect fled the scene immediately after the incident. The spokesperson for the Mphephu police, W/O Lazarus Netshidzati, said that the incident happened at about 01:00. “The police have opened a case of culpable homicide, following the incident,” Netshidzati said. “It appears that the car that hit Mukhithi was a white City Golf, as we have found a piece of the car’s mirror,” he added. Netshidzati said that the police investigations were still continuing. According to him, the Mpho Masindi (left) and Ursula Mudau (right) are the new headboy and suspect was still at large headgirl for 2012 at Gateway Primary in Musina. Together with their and no one had been team of 14 prefects, they have already taken the lead in making sure that arrested at the time of all the learners know what to do and what not to do. Photos supplied. going to press.

Gateway Primary in Musina’s new prefects for 2012 are (front, from left to right) Brendon Ndlovu, Rachel Matndu, Makaveli Ngubane and Edgar Makgatho. In the second row are Shonisani Tshisikhawe, Mosima Kgonoesoana and Kuda Sibanda. In the third row are Sunny Muchuane and Pertunia Banda. At the back are Mpho Masindi, Naledi Bopape, Ursula Mudau and Karabo Kganakga. Inset: Lethabo Moremi. Photo supplied.


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By Elmon Tshikhudo

Embarrassment as families threaten to boycott mass funeral government to increase traffic police visibility in the area. The emotional funeral, attended by locals from the three villages where the victims lived, politicians and church leaders, was addressed by the newly appointed MEC for Roads and Transport, Pitsi Moloto. School children and club mates of some of the victims could not control their emotions and some wept openly. The mass funeral was delayed by an hour, due to problems with the seating arrangements. At that point, angry members of the bereaved families, some of whom did not even have places to sit, threatened take their loved ones and to conduct their own services. The timely intervention of motivational speaker Humbelani Netshandama and Thulamela municipal official Mulalo Nemakonde averted what would have been a major embarrassment to the municipality. Bereaved family members only got places in the sweltering heat because their seats were occupied by other mourners. A few minutes after the commencement of the service, MEC Pitsi Moloto arrived with blaring sirens. Representing the famThulamela municipal official Mr Mulalo Nemakonde (right) tries to calm down the bereaved family members, who wanted to pull out of the ilies, Pastor Christopher Nevhutalu told those mass funeral.

gathered that the families were not happy with the way things were being run. “As families we are not happy at all. First of all, everyone can see that we do not have even seats. We were made to sit in the sun, while people who are not even our relatives were sitting in the shade,” he said. Nevhutalu said the municipality had taken them for a ride by making false promises. “We had thought that they would lend us a helping hand in this time of need, but all they could do was to clean the roads and the sportsfield where the funeral is being held,” he said, He said they had been promised a big tent that would accommodate all, but that promise too had not been fulfilled either. Nevhutalu said he was worried that officials might have raised funds in the name of the families which had not been used for the benefit of the families at all. “We were promised an 80kg bag of mielie meal, but only a 50kg and some sugar were given to each of the families, while the officials feed themselves with good food. We feel very unhappy about it,” he said. MEC Pitsi Moloto urged motorists to drive cautiously to avoid more carnage on the road. Earlier on, residents had called on the government to intensify road safety and claimed that one of the causes was the non-visibility of traffic officers during the night. Moloto said the department was looking at the issue of overtime, so that there would be officers all the time. After the ceremony at the sports field, the victims were buried at different cemeteries. Meanwhile, the driver of the vehicle that had killed the seven people is still in hospital under police guard. He is facing seven counts of murder and four of attempted murder. The United African Apostolic Church (UAAC) also announced this week, that the church had donated a total of R30 000 to families of their three members killed in the accident.

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New house promised for a poor family A poverty-striken woman, year. She and her five children money would be taken from whose five children are sleeping are surviving on the social grant the emergency fund. At the imin a small one-roomed house, for two children, which is about bizo, many residents in the ward was overcome with joy on Fri- R500 a month. “The grant for one complained about a lack of jobs, day, when she was told that the child is expiring next month, but roads and water. Mahosi said the Thulamela Municipality would I am happy now that I will have municipality would look at all the build her a house soon. a decent house," she said. challenges once they went back “You have been sent by God,” When asked, Mahosi said the to their offices. said Mthavini Maria Mabasa of Phaphazela. This came after Thulamela Municipality Mayor Grace Mahosi told her they had come to see her living conditions. Mahosi visited the family after a local headman had told the briefing before the imbizo at the village about the living conditions of the family. The granny, who says she was married to a man who made a living from looking after people’s cattle, was separated from him in Ms Mthavini Mavasa was all smiles when Mayor Grace Mahosi visited 1994 and he died last her and told her the municipality was going to build her a house.

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By Peter Muthambi

Lights go out at Makhado police station The Makhado SAPS in Louis Trichardt has literarily been left in the dark since last Friday, after the electricity supply to the building housing them (the old Pennells building) was cut. This drastic action apparently followed the Public Works Department’s (PWD) failure to pay the building’s rent for the past seven months. “It is true that there are challenges experienced, and hence urgent action has been taken to resolve the situation,” was the response from provincial police spokesperson Brig Hangwani Mulaudzi when asked to confirm whether the building’s electricity supply had indeed been cut due to PWD’s failure to pay. He added that the situation had not severely disrupted service delivery and that the matter had been referred to their head office for urgent intervention. Mulaudzi did not want to explain why the payments had stopped. “Please contact Public Works,” he said. The DPW was contacted for comment, with several ques-

tions forwarded to them on Tuesday morning. Although the newspaper received acknowledgement of receipt of the questions, the department had yet to answer at the time of going to press. In the meantime, the Limpopo Mirror managed to track down one of the owners of the building, Mr Russel Wolpe. As landlord, Wolpe explained that they used to meet with the PWD every two years to renegotiate their lease agreement with regard to the building housing the Makhado SAPS. Things started going wrong in 2010, with the lease agreement expiring in August of that year. Wolpe said they tried in vain to get the PWD to sign a new agreement, but continued leasing the building to the police, without a contract, on a month-to-month basis until August 2011. Since then, the PWD stopped paying. “Since September 2011, we have not received a single cent,” Wolpe said. He said he tried everything to try and resolve the matter with the PWD. “Everybody say they will do something, but

nothing happens,” Wolpe said. Out of sheer desperation, Wolpe said they handed the matter over to their attorneys about a month ago. Their attorneys gave the PWD seven days to rectify the situation and make payments. “We received no reaction,” said Wolpe. Wolpe then took drastic action by instructing a private electrician to disconnect the police’s electricity. “What else can I do? I am just not getting any answers from anybody. Hopefully, somebody will now contact me, so that we can sort out the problem. It is a shame that things should get so out of hand that such drastic steps need to be taken,” Wolpe added. The Makhado SAPS’s crisis is not unique to the province. Earlier in March, two police departments in Polokwane faced possible eviction from their buildings, also due to the PWD’s failure to renew their lease agreements with their landlords and failing to pay. At the time of going to press, the Makhado SAPS were still left in the dark.

By Elmon Tshikhudo

Generous donation for education Kgomaganang Business Enterprise, which has spent more than R400 000 on educational projects over the past few years, recently announced a further three-year sponsorship extension for the Lwamondo Excellence Awards. The awards, which acknowledge the efforts by Grade 12 pupils at all secondary schools in Lwamondo, were supposed to cease this year. The company, which also sponsors pupils at Shayandima Secondary, Mbilwi

Secondary and some schools in the Rotterdam area, held its annual awards ceremony at the Calvary Christian Church at Lwamondo last Friday. Current Grade 12 pupils and last year’s achievers from all secondary schools in Lwamondo attended the function. Hardworking pupils went home smiling, after they were given cheques totaling thousands of rands. Speaking during the ceremony, Ms Tovhowani Mukhanu,

one of Kgomaganang’s directors, said they felt they should extend the sponsorship for a further three years. “We survive on business from the government. This is your money, the taxes you are paying. We felt we should plough back, and the best way is through education. With more and more (people) getting educated, we will in the long run see our contribution paying off in terms of poverty alleviation,” she said.

Lack of funds hampers fight againts Aids “Government needs committed officials who are passionate about defeating the HIV/Aids pandemic,” said the acting chief executive officer of the South African Aids Council, Rev Zwoitwaho Nevhutalu. He was one of the speakers during the Vhembe District’s health council summit, held at Gateway Lodge last Saturday. Nevhutalu said that a lack of funds was one of the challenges

facing the war against HIV/Aids. “The health council cannot function properly without money,” said Nevhutalu. He added that another challenge was the fact that young people did not listen when told about issues of HIV/Aids. He mentioned that alcohol was also playing a part in the spread of HIV/Aids. “People tend to be ignorant when they are under the influence

of alcohol. They end up having sex with people they do not even know, without using condoms. The consequences of having sex unprepared is dangerous ,” Nevhutalu continued. The purpose of the summit, according to the acting general manager of health in the district, Mr Robert Sirwali, was to educate newly elected members about the activities of the district’s health council.

Photographed during the district’s health summit that was held at Gateway Lodge are, from left to right, Cllr Faith Chauke (chairperson of the health council), Cllr Percy Mashimbyi (portfolio head of community services in the Makhado Municipality), Ms Constance Raphahlelo and the acting CEO of the South African Aids Council, Mr Zwoitwaho Nevhutalu. By Elmon Tshikhudo

Malavuwe’s problems “will receive attention” Vhembe senior traditional entertained by traditional groups my people. I have seen it with leader Vho Thovhele Gole and well-known guitarist David my own eyes. I have seen the Mpha­phuli has promised the Mmbi. Mphaphuli said he had bad state of the tarred road. My rural community of Malavuwe heard of the problems being faced people have genuine grievances. that their problems will soon by the people in the area. This is the worst, shoddiest workreceive attention from higher “Driving to this part of the manship and I think the governoffices of government. country made me more aware ment owes us an explanation as to Mphaphuli was responding of the problems being faced by what happened,” he added. after the local traditional leader, chief Thusalushaka Mafenya Mphaphuli, had briefed him on the challenges facing his subjects. At the top of the list was the poor tarred road that passes through the village which has been recently opened. This was during the recent visit by the senior traditional leader to the village. During the visit, Mphaphuli was briefed on the developments that took place in the village. The highlight of the visit was a mini marula festival, where “Together we can achieve more ...” Chief Thusalushaka Mafenya the chiefs and their sub- Mphaphuli (left), Vho Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli (middle) and Thulamela jects enjoyed the fruit of ward councillor David Mamushiana have pledged to work together for the marula. They were development in Malavuwe.

Kgomaganang director Ms Tovhowani Mukhanu (second from left) and other guests display the cheque of R10 000 for Lwamondo´s top Grade 12 pupil in 2011. Crime

Beit Bridge resident assassinated at home A 31-year-old resident of Beit Bridge was shot dead by an unknown suspect under unclear circumstances a few minutes after arriving at his house, police have said. Sgt Loveness Mangena of the local police said the incident occurred last Thursday at around 23:00 at Marvel Compound outside Beit Bridge. “The victim,

Makesure Jose, arrived at his home and knocked on the door, and his wife opened. A few minutes later, he went outside and was shot in the head, shoulder, pelvis and ribs by an unknown suspect,” she said. On hearing the gunshots, Jose’s wife locked herself in the house and got out through the window and sought refuge at her

neighbour’s house. The suspect fled from the scene and the police are still investigating. “We are still trying to establish the motive behind the incident, as the suspect did not take anything from the victim. He had US $2 500 and gold in his trouser pocket,” Mangena said. Police recovered several spent Vho Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli (third from right) and his chiefs are being shown respect by cartridges at the scene. traditionally clad khadzis.


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Madombidzha community prays for Theophilus Tshivhi The residents of Madombidzha Zone 2 by a sangoma, Mrs Elizabeth Ramaremela Ramaremela’s house and a car a week converged at the home of the Tshivhi (60), her husband Johannes (69) and Sello ago. family on Monday evening to pray for Tlhaoele (21) to Maname, where they had Meanwhile, a representative of the pasthe 11-year-old boy, Theophilus Tshivhi, gone to collect traditional medicinal plant tor’s forum, Pastor Mamukhwana, said who had disappeared at Maname in and herbs. The three claimed that the boy that the Tshivhi family’s problem was Nzhelele in January this year. disappeared while they were in the bush. everyone’s problem. “We will continue Community members who are conThe three, together with two other praying for the family and the lost boy, so cerned about the disappearance of the boy traditionbal healers, Ms Alilali Ndou (81) that he can be found,” he said. approached the Sinthumule-Kutama Pas- and Ntakuseni Ndou (32), were arrested The spokesperson for the Tshilwavhusiku tors Forum for intervention in this regard. and charged with kidnapping but later police, Const Godwin Mahuwa, said that The forum then decided to hold a prayer released, because the Director of Public the boy was still missing and that police session for the missing boy. They said that Prosecutions cited a lack of evidence to investigations were still continuing. The they needed the boy, dead or alive. family, however, stated that they had lost hold them. Mr Victor Ratshikhopha, the chairperThe release of the five suspects angered confidence in both the police and the jusson of the South African Civic Organisa- the community, which then burnt down tice department. tion (Sanco), said that the purpose of the prayer was to support the Tshivhi family that was going through hard times. “We did everything we could as community members in trying to assist the family, but to no avail. Then we realised that there was one thing we had not done, which is talking to our almighty God,” he said. Ratshikhopha added that they then decided to engage the pastor’s forum for a prayer. “We held several protests and had written several letters to both the police and the Department of Justice, but it never Community members pray for the missing boy. helped. We know that things will be fine if we consult our Saviour,” said Ratshikhopha. Even though it has been two months and three weeks since Theophilus went missing, his family, as well as members of the community, still believe they will find him. The Tshivhi family is still heartbroken for not knowing what exactly happened to their son. Theophilus is a Grade 4 pupil at Tshilwavhusiku Senior Primary School. It is al- Members of the Madombidzha community converged at the family home of the 11-year-old leged that he was taken Theophilus Tshivhi, who had gone missing in January this year. By Ndivhuwo Musetha

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Exhibitors from the Vhembe District Municipality were photographed with municipal councillors, Ms Avhapfani Nemalili of Makwarela in Sibasa was over the moon when the recently appointed together with LED officials, during the annual Marula Festival that was recently held at judge of the North-Gauteng High Court, Mr Justice Tshifhiwa Maumela, rewarded her for the Phalaborwa. role that she played in submitting his application for the position of judge. In presenting the award, Maumela said that, had it not been for the efforts of Nemalili, his application might have missed the second deadline. “It was just after I had been appointed acting judge and I had a pile of work, so I could not afford to travel to Braamfontein to submit my application. She did an excellent job and I am deeply indebted to her,” he said. Also in the photo is Mrs Caroline Maumela.

In an effort to enhance a crime-free environment at schools, the Waterval police raided the Russel Bungeni High School last Friday. This followed allegations that pupils were taking alcohol, dagga and dangerous weapons to school. Waterval police spokesperson W/O Kedibone Mabatha said that the police had seized dangerous weapons like screwdrivers during the raid. “We also took some cell phones from the pupils as they were causing problems at school,” he said. Mabatha added that pupils who were found with weapons were given a warning and later released.

A new marquee conference venue was opened at the Khoroni Hotel and Casino on Saturday evening. According to the general manager of the hotel, Mr Albert Eksteen (right), they received many requests for functions catering for more than a hundred people and with the new facility, they can provide in that need. With Mr Eksteen in the photo are the new food and beverage manager, Ms Kate Homer (left), Mr Serobi Maja, CEO of the Limpopo Gambling Board and treasurer of the World Gaming Regulatory Body, and Ms Mashudu Muthuli, Marketing Coordinator of Khoroni.

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The 23-year-old Mulalo Sekgobela of Luvhalani in Nzhelele, who had gone missing for days, was eventually found on Monday. She had disappeared for nine days. The day she disappeared, she was going to Louis Trichardt for work. She never returned that day and, after she had been gone for days, her husband, Joseph, then reported it at the police. A missing person´s file was opened. The police had looked for her all over the area, with no luck. Mulalo then shocked her family when she eventually returned home on Monday. It is, however not known where Mulalo had been, even though she claims that she was at her brother´s house at Ha-Rabali. Mulalo is a mother of two children.

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The Wilmary Christian Learning Centre in Midoroni in the Kutama area held its inaugural prize-giving ceremony for the 2011 academic year on 16 March. The purpose of the event was to award the best teacher and best Grade 12 pupil, while motivating other pupils to work hard. The school’s principal, Ms Musa Mpofu, thanked all learners and teachers, particularly the best teacher and best pupil, for their cooperation and good relations throughout 2011. Liebenburg Ndlovu (20), who completed his matric last year at Wilmary, was presented with a brand new laptop computer and a certificate. He came all the way from Bethal in Mpumalanga, where he is currently working as a controler in a security company, to accept what the school had for him. “The school gave me the best of elementary education,” Liebenburg said in his acceptance speech. “Therefore I should be thanking the school, and not the other way around.” He plans to enlist in the the South African Air Force. Best teacher Mr Livingstone Hatuugari was

awarded a certificate and a week-long holiday package in Durban with his family. Hatuugari’s specialities are English and Life Orientation. Wimary is one of those struggling but developing schools in the country. They increased the pass rate from 0% in 2010 to 42% in 2011. Mpofu said

that they were aiming for a 100% pass rate this academic year. “We must have an Barack Obama attitude, which says ‘I can!’”, she said while addressing pupils and teachers. “Even when people around us try to discourage us, we need to believe in hard work.”

Photographed during the Wilmary Christian Learning Centre´s prize-giving ceremony are (from left) Mr MG Muofhe (Kutama Traditional Council chairperson), Mr Livingstone Hatuugari, Liebenburg Ndlovu and Ms Musa Mpofu (principal).


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10 23 March 2012 By Mashudu Netsianda

Suspected copper smuggler killed in shoot-out

Ms Anna Mashavhatahanga was one of the heroes donating blood on 16 March at the Blood Donation Day at Louis Trichardt Primary School. With her is Mr Rhulani Maluleke, enrolled nurse, on behalf of the South African National Blood Service.

A 29-year-old Zimbabwean, who wanted to smuggle stolen copper into South Africa, was shot dead following a shoot-out with police during which seven others were arrested. Police also managed to recover the stolen copper, valued at US$ 18 000, which the suspects intended to smuggle through an undesignated entry point along the Limpopo River. The local police spokesperson, Chief Supt Lawrence Chinhengo, said the incident occurred last Thursday at a bushy area near Bishopstone Farm outside Beit Bridge. “Our investigations indicate that a truck from Harare arrived in Beit Bridge, carrying a consignment of copper concealed under coal. The truck driver intended to smuggle the copper into South Africa through the Beit Bridge Border Post. “However, when the driver heard that the truck would go through the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) scanners for examination, he notified the owners and they hired

three men, so that they could help facilitate smuggling the loot through an undesignated entry point along the Limpopo River,” he said. The truck driver and three hired men then drove to a bushy area along the Beit Bridge-Bulawayo road where they offloaded the contraband. The driver drove back on the understanding that the trio would smuggle the consignment into South Africa. Two of the three men who had been hired to smuggle the copper then teamed up with another group to steal the copper from where it had been offloaded. This reportedly did not go down well with the other suspect and he alerted the police, who ambushed the suspects. “When the suspects arrived at the scene, our officers fired a warning shot in the air, ordering them to surrender; instead, the suspects returned fire and one of them was shot dead,” he said. Chinhengo identified the deceased as Joshua Muzenza, whose body was taken to the Beit Bridge District

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Four women arrested for attempted rape Four Zimbabwean women appeared in court for allegedly trying to force a 20-year-old Beit Bridge man into having sex with them in a Blair toilet at Makakavhule village outside the border town. Tendai Tavengwa (20), Jane Tembo (30), Molly Timbeno (20) and Pauline Moyo (28), all from Rimuka suburb in Kadoma but presently residing at a lodge in Dulibadzimu suburb, Beit Bridge, pleaded not guilty to charges of indecent assault when they appeared before a local magistrate, Mrs Auxilia Chiumburu. They case was postponed to 29 March. The prosecutor, Mr Forster Abeki, said that on 9 March, the accused and the complainant, together with his friend and uncle, went to Makakavhule village, about 10km outside Beit Bridge. On arrival, they proceeded to Bangale Bottle Store where they started drinking beer. The court heard that while in the process of drinking, the four women started teasing the complainant about his manhood and they demanded that he unzip his pair of shorts, so that they could have a look at his penis. The man refused to give in to their demands and an altercation ensued. The four women then allegedly teamed up and grabbed the victim by his hand before dragging him to a nearby Blair toilet. The court was told that while she was inside, Moyo allegedly lowered her skirt and panties to her knees. Tavengwa then allegedly forcibly removed the complainant’s shorts while Tembo held him by the neck. She allegedly ordered him to be intimate with their friend while Timbeno blocked the entrance of the toilet. The complainant started wrestling with the quartet in an effort to free himself, but the women overpowered him. The complainant was, however, rescued by his friend, who heard him screaming for help. A report was made to the police and the four women were arrested. By Mashudu Netsianda

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23 March 2012 11 By Isabel Venter

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ANCWL donates shoes to poor pupils About 60 poor pupils from rural Maramanzhi Primary School will no longer have to go to school barefoot, thanks to the African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL) in the Vhembe region. About 300 pupils are without shoes as most parents have no steady jobs. Many parents from the rural Maramanzhi, Bale and Masisi work on farms. “We chose some of the poorest primary schools, so that we could donate shoes as we understand they travelled to and from school barefoot. We encourage learners to take education seriously by donating some educational needs,” said Cllr Khuthala

Maholwana, secretary of the Vhembe ANCWL. “They will be able to focus on the school work rather worry about the poverty of their families. We want poor rural areas such as Maramanzhi to produces real leaders of tomorrow while taking education seriously,” added Maholwana. Maholwana further said her region aimed to do more and more fundraising, so that the poorest children could realise their dreams. The principal of Maramanzhi Primary School, Mr. Thivhakoni Nekokwane, was thankful for the generous donation which will go a long way of promoting and encouraging poor rural

learners to go to school. Nekokwane said his school is situated in a deep rural area and most of the parents cannot provide in the educational needs of their children. “We are worried that there still many learners going to school barefoot in our school, and we appeal for more donations. Life for poor rural learners in Maramanzhi and surrounding villages has now changed for the better,” said Nekokwane. People wishing to donate school shoes to the poor rural learners of Maramanzhi can contact the school principal, Thivhakoni Nekokwane, at 082 769 8493 or Cllr Maholwana at 082 5267 946.

Young people must be “light in the world” It was a memorable event when several hundred youths from the Theocentric Christian College came together with the Canadian Smithville High School to bring praise to the Lord. This event took place at the Apostolic Faith Mission’s Klein Letaba Centre in Nkuzana from Thursday to Saturday last week. Smithville High School has been sending a team of students and adults of the Theocentric Christian College every other year as part of a 10-year partnership between the two schools. Currently, two of Theocentric’s students are studying at Smith-

ville High as part of this agreement. Each praise-giving session was opened by youth pastor Sipho, followed by spirited praise songs. Afterwards, students from both schools joined in singing and dancing. The Canadians in turn treated the Theocentric students with biblical dramas each afternoon, followed by an inspirational address by their teacher, Mr Gordon Park. Park especially emphasized that we are all treasures of Jesus Christ and encouraged the youth to stand up for what is right. For this he used the Biblical example of the three friends of Daniel who

refused to bow down to an idol. In his parting message, Park challenged the students to bring heaven to earth by following the example that Jesus Christ had laid out for his followers. “God wants young people to be a light in the world, to win over others with the love of Jesus, to act as He did in all circumstances,” said Park. During the three days, students were also given the opportunity to testify and share what it means to them to be a Christian. The students from Canada will visit the Kruger National Park this week before returning home.

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Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 19 of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000 that the 75th Special Council meeting will be held as follows: TIME: 14:00 DATE: 29 March 2012 VENUE: Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado The Draft IDP and Budget, 2012/2013 and the Annual Report 2010/11 will be considered at this meeting. All interested members of the public are invited to attend the meeting. Enquiries must be directed to T S Ndou or M D Munyai at (015) 519 3000. Kennis word hiermee ingevolge klousule 19 van die Plaaslike Regering: Wet op Munisipale Stelsels, Wet 32 van 2000 gegee dat die 75ste Spesiale Raadsvergadering soos volg gehou sal word: TYD: 14:00 DATUM: 29 Maart 2012 PLEK: Raadsaal, Grondvloer, Burgersentrum, Kroghstraat 83, Makhado Die Konsep GOP en Begroting, 2012/2013 en die Jaarverslag 2010/11 sal by die vergadering oorweeg word. Enige belangstellende lid van die publiek word genooi om die vergadering by te woon. Navrae kan gerig word aan T S Ndou of M D Munyai by (015) 519 3000. Ndivhadzo u ya nga tshitenwa tsha 19 tsha Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 ya 2000 uri mutangano zwawo wa vhu (75) wa tshipentshela wa khoro ya masipala u do fariwa nga ndila I tevhelaho: TSHIFHINGA: 14:00 DUVHA: 29 Thafamuhwe 2012 FHETHU: Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado Mvetomveto ya IDP na badzhete ya nwaha wa muvhalelano wa 2012/2013 na Ripoto ya nwaha wa Muvhalelano wa 2010/2011 zwi do divhadzwa kha wonoyo mutangano. Mirado ya lushaka vha re na dzangalelo vha rambiwa u dzhenela uyo Mutangano. Mbudziso dzothe dzi nga livhiswa kha T S Ndou kana M D Munyai kha (015) 519 3000. Tsebiso ye e mabapi le karolo ya 19 ya molao wa Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 ya 2000, gore kopano ya khansele ya bo 75 e tla swarwa ka tsela ye e latelago: NAKO: 14:00 TSATSIKGWEDI: 29 Hlakola 2012 LEFELO: Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado Lenaneou-thlabolio-tshishinywa le tekanyetso ya ngwaga wa 2012/2013 Le Pego ya ngwaga wa 2010/2011 di tla lebelelwa mo kopanong ye i. Dipotsiso ka moka di ka lebiswa go T S Ndou or M D Munyai at (015) 519 3000. Mitivisiwa kuya hi Section 19 ya Mfumo wa Xikaya: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 ya 2000 leswaku nhlangano wa vu 75th wa xipenxele wa khayisele ya Masipala wu tava hi ndlela leyi landzelaka: NKARHI: 14:00 SIKU: 29 Nyenyankulu 2012 NDZHAWU: Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado Mpfapfaruto wa IDP na Bajete ya lembe ximali ra 2012/2013 na xivito xa lembe ximali ra 2010/2011 swi ta tekeriwa enhokweni eka nhlengeletano lowu landzelaka. Lava tsakelaka ku nghenela nhlangano lowo va amukeriwa. Switiviso swi nga kongomisiwa eka manana T S Ndou or M D Munyai at (015) 519 3000. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 22 & 23 March 2012 Notice No: 29 of 2012 File No: 4/2/1 & 4/3/1 MDM/lh/CouncilMeetingDraftBudget_Notice

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Grade 12 pupils of Sinthumule High who performed well at the end of last year received trophies and certificates during the ceremony. In our photo are Moyahabo Magobo, Munyadziwa Tshilinga, Brownley Ramulongo and Mpho Muligwa. Municipal workers cutting grass and shrubs to make sure that Musina is clean and safe for everyone. Crime prevention

Grass cutting exercise next to railway line

Pupils of Sinthumule High who performed well last year recently received certificates during a ceremony at the school. In our photo are, from left to right, Mr Stephen Ramphai (teacher), Phathutshedzo Malema, Tatanga Rambau, Tondani Mishasha, Fhatuwani Magwala, Nndwakhulu Lesoga and Mr Obbie Moseboa (teacher).

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The Musina Municipality has embarked on a drive to cut long grass and shrubs next to the railway line along the N1in a bid to curb criminal activities that are taking place there. Few days go by without reports of criminal activities taking place there. The place used to be a hiding place for criminals and there is hope that the cutting of the grass will bring peace as the criminals will have nowhere to hide. Municipal spokesperson Wilson Dzebu says the municipality is doing everything to make sure that Musina remains a crime-free and safe place. “Together with the police, we are working very hard to bring all criminals to book. Community members are also playing their part in informing us about all criminal activities. It should be a lesson that criminals have no room here in Musina and we will continue to fight them until each one of us is safe.” Besides fighting crime by cutting the bushes, Dzebu says it is very important to take care of the environment, because members of the community’s health “directly depends on the health of our environment.

It is very easy to find dirt and pollution in many places across our town and it is not good to live in such bad and unhygienic conditions. This pollution of environment is causing many people to suffer from various health problems. Whereas, if we live in a clean environment, we can live a healthy life, and we can achieve this by understanding the importance of a clean environment.” Dzebu says the municipality is leading by example because it is very important for every individual in town to understand that a clean environment is very important for the health of all human beings. Inquest

Three killed in fire The Giyani police have opened an inquest docket, following the death of three people at Dzingindzingi village. It follows an incident on the evening of 6 March. According to the spokesperson of the police, WO Thomas Makhubele, a mother aged 30 and her two children, aged nine and six months, died after a fire destroyed her two-roomed house. Makhubele said the cause of the fire was unknown. “There are allegations that the woman had some undisclosed domestic problems and this will form part of our investigations,” said Makhubele. He said investigations were continuing to determine the cause of the fire. Letter

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n 24 February, I placed a second article in the Limpopo Mirror, asking the public to report Samango sightings and with that, supporting my current research aimed at the conservation and management of the Samangos in the Soutpansberg area. I have received and still am receiving phone calls, e-mails and SMSes from individuals all over the Soutpansberg. The information I have gathered through this is of great value and has led to the discovery of some very fascinating and so-far-unknown facts about these charismatic animals. I would like to thank everyone for their interest and support in my project, and I am very pleased to hear that people generally seem to have a positive attitude towards the presence of Samango monkeys. I would like to encourage residents again to contact me about Samango sightings and to continue spreading the word about my research. To report Samango sightings and for further information, please e-mail me at: birthelinden@ gmx.de or if you do not have e-mail, call or SMS me on 071 105 8117. Together with the Hogsback Samango monkey project, we also have a facebook group “Samango Monkey Project,” and anyone is welcome to join. - Bibi Linden, University of Venda, Thohoyandou.


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By Mashudu Netsianda

More than hundred stolen cattle recovered Mother keeps dead son’s flesh to protest Zimbabwean police in Beit Bridge have arrested 19 suspected cattle rustlers and recovered 106 stolen cattle during an ongoing anti-stocktheft operation in the district. When Limpopo Mirror visited Zezani village outside the border town, where the animals are being kept under police guard, there were scores of people, mostly cattle breeders, at the pen, hoping to recover their stolen cattle. Some of the cattle had been dehorned while others had had their brand marks tampered with. Some villagers were also busy putting up a new cattle pen to help accommodate the increasing number of recovered beasts. Some of the recovered cattle were stolen from neighbouring villages in Botswana. The officer commanding the police in the Beit Bridge district,

C/Supt Lawrence Chinhengo, said they had intensified the crackdown on stock thieves. The arrested suspects are from Shanyaugwe, John Dip and Ngoma villages outside Beit Bridge. The first group, which involves Daniel Makhalima Moyo (78), who is believed to be the mastermind, his 28 year-old son, Nhlanhla Moyo, Obvious Nare (20) and Thembinkosi Khumalo, was arrested at Zezani village on Saturday last week while driving the cattle from Shanyaugwe village. According to the police, the suspects are believed to be working in cahoots with some local abattoir operators to whom they supply the stolen cattle. The suspects had also built cattle pens in Shanyaugwe where they kept the stolen livestock while waiting to sell them. A total of 30 cattle has since been positively identified by the owners.

Villagers who spoke to Limpopo Mirror commended the efforts by the police and pledged to assist them in the ongoing exercise. One of the farmers, Mr Stanley Mudau, who had recovered three animals, said: “We really appreciate the efforts by the police. As farmers, we have agreed that we will continue to supply the police with information, so that they are able to track the suspects, most of whom are still at large.” Mudau expressed concern, however, over the way the courts handled stock theft cases, saying some of the notorious cattle rustlers were being granted bail clandestinely. “Some of these known suspects arrested by the police continue to steal our livestock after having been granted bail, and we feel this is not justice worthy of the name. What these stock thieves are doing is economic sabotage,” he said. Some of the stolen cattle are reportedly smuggled into neighbouring countries such as South Africa and Mozambique. In an effort to curb organized cross-border stock theft activities, some Beit Bridge villagers living in areas along the Limpopo River have since formed a joint anti-stock committee with their South African counterparts to fight organized crossborder stock theft. Villagers said most of their stolen livestock were smuggled into South Africa and MoSome of the recovered cattle at a pen in Zezani village outside Beit zambique through the Bridge. The stolen animals were recovered during an anti-stock-theft Madimbo and Sengwe operation in the Beit Bridge district corridors. By Mashudu Netsianda

Malawian fined for attempted smuggling A 28-year-old Malawian truck driver was fined US$300 or two months in jail on Friday for attempting to smuggle 133 boxes of cigarettes worth R100 000 into South Africa through the Beit Bridge Border Post. Brown Jackson Powder of Lilongwe in Malawi, employed as a truck driver by Chita-One Trucking Company, was convicted on his own plea of guilty of smuggling by Magistrate Gloria

Takundwa. The cigarettes were also forfeited to the State as part of the sentence. The prosecutor, Mr Jabulani Mberesi, said that on 8 March, Powder arrived at Beit Bridge Border Post, intending to cross into South Africa. He was driving a Malawian-registered truck, which was towing a trailer carrying an undisclosed consignment, which he was ferrying to South Africa. The court heard

that while the customs clearance documents were being processed, Powder went to a local truck port where he uploaded 133 boxes of Bradford cigarettes, which he intended to smuggle into the country. Acting on a tip-off, local detectives from the Border Control Unit pounced on him and searched the truck, leading to the discovery of the contraband, and he was arrested.

A Dinga village woman, who is failing to come that nothing would happen in this case, as the to terms with the death of her son, is keeping a police seemed to be colluding with the family of piece of dried flesh from her son’s body to keep the culprit. the memory of her son alive. Ricardo was one of the region’s promising Ricardo Chauke (22), who had passed grade 11 at boxers. He also led a dancing group and he was a Mbhanyele High School in Mapapila, was killed in popular young man at Dinga. a hit-and-run accident on the night of 31 December 2011. His body was torn to pieces as the kombi that had hit him dragged his body for more than 300 metres without stopping. It is alleged that the owners of the vehicle removed the number plates of the vehicle after the accident. The family got to know the identity of the vehicle through those who were with Ricardo, who took down the number before the owners of the vehicle took off. The distraught mo­ther, Ms Khawurisa Novela, has kept a piece of her dead son’s flesh since the accident to keep the memory of him alive. Novela also keeps the torn, blood-stained clothes Ricardo was wearing on that fateful night. She said that after the accident, the taxi that had knocked down her boy was taken to a panelbeater and from there to the owner in Alexandra in Johannesburg. The owner apparently only found out that the vehicle had been involved in an accident when Novela phoned him after following up on the details obtained from the number plates. She said that she was worried because, after the accident, she did not receive any cooperation from the police. “They have not come to me, and I am the The late Ricardo Chauke. one who goes to them to ask what is happening with the case,” she said. She added that the police never took measurements on the scene, nor interviewed witnesses who were with Ricardo on the night. “My son cannot just die like a dog,” said Novela. She said that she wanted justice done. According to her, she went to the police station to ask why the driver of the hit-and-run vehicle had not been arrested and the police said he couldnot be arrested because he had presented himself to them within 24 hours. Limpopo police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Mohale Ramatseba confirmed the accident. He said as far as he could establish, Ricardo’s mother, Ms Khawurisa Novela. the police in Malamulele were in constant contact with the family. “If they have a problem, they can contact the station commander or the provincial office in this regard,” he said. The grief-stricken mother, however, denies this. “The police never came to my home, not even once.” She said

Benny´s Care Academy will represent Limpopo in the South African Schools Shoot-out Competition, sponsored by Supersport. The competition will be played at Benoni. Today (Friday) they will play one match and tomorrow they will play two matches. The match against Pabalelo of Northwest will be televised on Supersport 4 at 11:00 on Saturday. The coach of Benny´s Care, Mr Justice Matloga, said his boys were ready and they hoped to bring the trophy back to Vhembe.

In the week leading up to Health Week, the toddlers from Heaven Sent Pre-Primary School in Louis Trichardt received a visited from the Makhado Specialist Medical Centre. The topic was clean gums and teeth. At the back are the centre’s dental hygienist, Ruth Matabana, and her assistant, Nicoline Boshoff, during their visit to the school on Monday.


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By Frank Mavhungu

Dynamos to face struggling Atlie FC

Historical victory for Nobela All Stars

It will be another busy weekend for the teams campaigning under the banner of the National First Division (NFD). Although their chances for partaking in the promotional play-offs at the end of the season look slim, Dynamos must win the match.Their home fans are longing to see their team collecting the maximum points at home. They lost their last two home matches to University of Pretoria

For the first time in history, Nobela All Stars managed to collect the maximum league points at the expense of Blue Rocks. They beat them 1-0 in their Vodacom Promotional League match at the Malamulele Stadium on Saturday. The visitors from Tzaneen were strong in the midfield, from where they continuously dished out dangerous passes to their goal poachers. Their efforts could not yield any fruit as Nobela frustrated them by ballooning from behind. The much-respected referee, Ms Lufuno Nemagovhani, flashed the first yellow card to Freddy Chauke of Blue Rocks in the 18th minute. He tackled Rine Phaswana from behind just outside the box. Another player of Blue Rocks who was cautioned with a card a little later was Edwin Moke. He requested permission to exchange his boots, but when he returned to the pitch, he did so without the referee’s consent. Blue Rocks lost hope after they were reduced to ten men

and Mpumalanga Black Aces. Atlie are currently languishing at the bottom of the log. The Dynamos keeper, Mashudu Mamphitha, has indicated that they will not underestimate Atlie FC, as their performance in their last five matches left much to be desired. He reiterated the fact that they were aware "of the fact that the last kick of a dying horse is dangerous". The other fixtures in the NFD

for Sunday are: United FC vs African Warriors; Bay United vs Mpumalanga Black Aces; FCAK vs Vasco da Gama; Blackburn Rovers vs the University of Pretoria; Witbank Spurs vs FC Cape Town and Carara Kicks vs Sevutsa Stars. In the only match that will be played this evening, Chippa United host Thanda Royal Zulu at the Philippi Stadium in Cape Town.

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Busy weekend for Limpopo Dairy teams Muduluni Young Chiefs will face an uphill battle when they meet Maebane Aces United in a Limpopo Dairy league match at Muduluni on Sunday.

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67th minute. Leabua Lemena unleashed from the left wing and the keeper of Blue Rocks mishandled the ball. Norman Mathebula finished off the rebound. Dakalo Ratshitanga denied Blue Rocks a sure goal seven minutes later. He cleared the ball from the goal line with the keeper already beaten.

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“Do not leave pets inside your vehicle” The SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in Louis Trichardt has warned residents not to leave their pets inside vehicles. Animal inspector Lawrence Khodobo cautioned that even with the best of intentions, you place a pet’s life at risk when it's locked inside a vehicle. More so on a hot day when the inside of a car can heat up very quickly. A closed car interferes with the animal’s normal cooling system, that is, evaporation through panting. Even if the windows are left open a bit, temperatures inside the car can reach scorching highs. A dog or cat can only withstand a body tem-

perature of 41 to 42ºC for a very short time before suffering irreparable brain damage or, even worse, death. Khodobo warned that in such a case, if a person is caught, they will be held accountable and charged under the Animal Cruelty Act. If it should happen that a pet is suffering from heat exhaustion, Khodobo advises that the pet be immersed in cold water until their body temperature has been lowered. A good idea, especially with the school holidays around the corner, is to have the SPCA look have your pets while you are travelling. It should be noted that the local kennel's booking fees have increased this year. Boarding for dogs now cost R40 per day and R30 per day for cats. These new rates will be applicable from 1 April. Bookings can be made by phoning Khodobo at 082 965 5151. Fixtures

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LEGALS NOTICE OF APPLICATION IN TERMS OF THE BLACK AREAS REGULATIONS, 1969 (PROCLAMATION R188 OF 1969) We, Madinare Development Practice, being the authorised agent of the applicant of the farm mentioned below hereby give notice in terms of the Black Areas Regulations, 1969 (Proclamation R188 of 1969) that we have applied to the Greater Giyani Municipality for the subdivision and rezoning of Farm Greater Giyani 891- LT located near Giyani- C into 1.5 ha, from undetermined to “Industrial 1” for manufacturing factory. The relevant plans, documents, and information are available for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Municipal Manager, Greater Giyani Municipality, for a period of 28 days from 23 March 2012. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager at the above address or at Private Bag X9559, Giyani, 0826, within a period of 28 days from 23 March 2012. Address of agent: Madinare Development Practice, P O Box 59307, Karenpark, 0118 KENNINSGEWING VAN AANSOEK INGEVOLGE DIE SWART GEBIEDE REGULASIES, 1969 (PROKLAMASIE 188 VAN 1969) Ons, Madinare Development Practice, synde die gemagtigte agente van die aansoeker van die ondergronde plaas, gee hiermee ingevolge die Swart Gebiede Regulasies, 1969 (Proklamasie R188 van 1969) kennis dat ons by die Groter Giyani Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het deur die onderverdeling en hersonering van Plaas Grote Giyani 891-LT naby Giyani- C na 1,5 ha en hersonering na “ Industrial 1” vir die vervaardiging fabriek. Besonderhede van die aansoek is beskikbaar gedurende kantoorure by die kantoor van die Munisipale Bestuurder, Groter Giyani Munisipaliteit, vir ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 23 Maart 2012. Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek moet binne ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 23 Maart 2012 skriftelik by of tot die Munisipale Bestuurder by bovermelde adres of by Privaatsak X9559, Giyani, 0826, ingedien of gerig word. Adres van agent: Madinare Development Practice, P O Box 59307 Karenpark, 0118

LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LING FOR INSPECTION Form J187 In terms of section 35(5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates speci-

fied below will be open for inspection for all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the Master and Magistrate as stated. Should no objection thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registration number of estate: 201/2012, Surname: MKHOMBO, Christian names: SIZAKELA LORRAINE, Identity number: 650108 0594 089, Last Address: Stand No: 740 Mhinga Village District Malamulele. Married in community of property. Christian names and surname of surviving spouse: MKHOMBO RABELA RECKSON, Id No: 581221 5395 081, Master’s office: THOHOYANDOU, Magistrate office: THOHOYANDOU AR Madia Attorneys Office no G21, Old Mutual Building, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LING FOR INSPECTION Form J187 In terms of section 35(5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates specified below will be open for inspection for all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the Master and Magistrate as stated. Should no objection thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registration number of estate: 365/2012, Surname: NELUONDE, Christian names: TSHINAKAHO FLORAH, Identity number: 450106 0296 087, Last Address: Stand No: 120 Tshitomboni Village District Thohoyandou 0950. Master ’s office: THOHOYANDOU, Magistrate office: THOHOYANDOU AR Madia Attorneys Office no G21, Old Mutual Building, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LING FOR INSPECTION Form J187 In terms of section 35(5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates specified below will be open for inspection for all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the

Master and Magistrate as stated. Should no objection thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registration number of estate: 380/2010, Surname: TABANA, Christian names: MAGALA ANNAH, Identity number: 190117 0115 081, Last Address: Erf 2304, Shayandima District Thohoyandou 0950. Master’s office: THOHOYANDOU, Magistrate office: THOHOYANDOU AR Madia Attorneys Office no G21, Old Mutual Building, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001

THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Notice for rezoning / Change of Land Use It is hereby notified that application has been made by ALFRED MUVHULAWA MUNYAI on behalf of the registered owners for the amendment of the Zoning and use of land on Erf 64 Maniini Block M from “Residential 1” to “Business 1” for Townhouse. The application and the relevant documents are open for inspection at the office for the senior Manager: Planning and development, Thulamela Local Municipality; First Floor Thohoyandou, for 28 days from 23rd March 2012. Objection to the application must be lodged with or made in writing to Municipal Manager. Thulamela Municipality, Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950, for a period of 28 days from 23rd March 2012. Address of Authorized Agent: P O Box 310, Shayandima, 0945 (071 449 3156) Fax no: 086 608 1018, email address: alfredmunyai@webmail. co.za NOTICE TO THE DEBTORS AND CREDITORS (Section 29 of the Administration of Estate Act 66 of 1965) In the Estate of the late Booi Ndidinwangani Cedric, ID no: 450923 5468 085, married in community of property to Booi Livhuwani Maria (born Madia), who died on 14.05.2011. Master’s Ref: 1448/2011. Creditors and debtors are hereby called upon to lodge or submit their claims and to pay their debts to the Executrix at the address furnished blow within 30 days from the date of this advertisement. Booi Livhuwani Maria Executrix Erf 784A, Block P East P O Box 201 Thohoyanodou 0950

IN THE ESTATE OF LATE THINANDAVHA RONALD MAUDAU, IDENTITY NUMBER: 620403 5116 088, MASTER’S NUMBER: 1369/2011 T H O H O YA N D O U . MARRIED IN COMMUNITY OF PROPERTY AND WHO WAS ORDINARILY RESIDENT

AT ITSANI VILLAGE, TSHISAULU, AND WHO DIED ON 28 JUNE 2011 IN PRETORIA All persons having claims against the above estate are hereby called upon to file their claims with the undersigned within 30 (thirty) days from the date of the publication hereof and all persons who are indebted to the said estate are hereby called upon to make payment to the undersigned within thirty (30) days from the date of publication hereof. Signed at THOHOYANDOU on this the 2nd day of MARCH 2012 L I T S H A N I LY D I A MAUDAU on behalf of Executrix c/o Booyens Du Preez & Boshoff Inc. 653 Mphephu Drive P West, Thohoyandou, Private Bag, X2358, Sibasa 0970, Limpopo Province Te l N o : ( 0 1 5 ) 9 6 2 4305/6/9 Ref: HH DU PREEZ/rd: M1048 Urgent public notice The Ngwana Baby House situated at 30 Springbok Street herewith issues an urgent public notice in attempting to locate a biological parent, any family member or any person involved with the following children’s lives; • Pfano Mudau born on November 21, 2011 at Mushongoville, ( Tshikhudini Village, ) • Baby Mpho, born in October 2011, found in Tshikota village on 2 February 2012 Failing to contact the Ngwana Baby House within a period of three months does terminate the biological parent's rights and the infants’ adoption process will continue as though the absent parent consented to the adoption. Please contact Santie Oberholzer (Ngwana House, social worker) at (015) 296 2771 / 0793169556 if you have any information in this regard.

NOTICE OF LAND DEVELOPMENT AREA APPLICATION [Regulation 21 (10) of the Development Facilitation Regulations in terms of the Development Facilitation Act, 1995 (Act 67 of 1995)] Senza Manje Amalgamated Consultants has lodged an application in terms of Development Facilitation Act (Act 67 of 1995) for the establishment of a land development area on the Remaining Extent, Portion 2 and Portion 3 of the farm Duikershoek 289 LS. The development will consist of four (4) erven categorized as follows: Portion 1: 80 Hectares for the development of Traditional Healing and Medicine, Portion 2: 25 Hectares for the development of Cattle Farming, Portion 3: 32 Hectare for the development of Game Reserve and Chalets and Portion 4: 5 Hectares for the development of Fishpond and Beehive Farming. The relevant plans, documents and information are available for inspection at

Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements & Traditional Affairs, 28 Market Street, Polokwane for a period of 21 days from 16 March 2012. The application will be considered at a Tribunal Hearing to be held on the 01st June 2012 at the Maila Community Hall at 10h00 and the Pre-Hearing conference will be held at the same venue on the 17th May 2012 at 10h00. Any party or person having an interest in the application should please note the following: 1.You may within a period of 21 days from the date of the first publication of this notice (16 March 2012), provide the designated officer with your written objections or representations; or 2.If your comments constitute an objection to any aspect of the land development application, you must appear in person or through a duly authorized representative before the tribunal at the Pre-hearing Conference. Any written objection or representation must be delivered to the designator office at above mentioned address and you may contact the designated officer if you have any queries on telephone number (015) 284 5354. NDIVHADZO YA KHUMBELO YA MVELEDZISO YA MAVU [Regulation 21 (10) ya Development Facilitation Regulations uya nga ha Development Facilitation Act, 1995 (Act 67 of 1995)] Senza Manje Amalgamated Consultants yo ita khumbelo uya ngaha ndayotewa ya Development Facilitation Act (Act 67 of 1995), ya mveledziso ya mavu kha tshipida tshavhuvhili na tshavhuraru zwo salaho kha bulasi line la divhea sa Duikershoek 289 LS. Mveledziso ya mavu i do khethekanywa uya nga zwipida zwina (4) sa zwi tevhelaho: Tshipida tsha u thoma: Hekithara dza fumalo (80) dzi do shumiswa kha mveledziso ya zwa vhurereli ha tshirema na mishonga; Tshipida tsha vhuvhili: Hekithatara dza

fumbili thanu (25) dzi do shumiswa kha mveledziso ya zwavhufuwi ha dzi kholomo.Tshipida tsha vhuraru: Hekithara dza furaru mbili (32) dzi do shumiswa kha mveledziso ya tsireledzo ya dziphukha na zwingaho dzinndu dza madalo a maduvha asi gathi. Tshipida tsha vhuna: Hekithara thanu (5) dzi do shumiswa kha mveledziso ya vhupo ha dzikhovhe na vhufuwi ha notshi. Vhane vha takalela u vhala nga ha khumbelo iyi, manwalo na zwidodombedwa zwa iyi khumbelo vha nga zwiwana nga lwa khumbelo kha Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements & Traditional Affairs, 28 Market Street, Polokwane. Manwalo ayo a ḓo wanala lwa tshifhinga tshi edanaho maḓuvha a fumbili nthihi (21) u bva dzi 16 dza nwedzi wa Thafamuhwe 2012. Khumbelo iyi ido dzhielwa nzhele kha khuvhangano ya khoro ine ya do farwa nga dzi 01 dza nwedzi wa Fulwi 2012, holoni ya lushaka ya Maila, nga iri ya fumi (10h00). Khuvhangano ya lushaka ya musi khoro i sathu dzula ido farelwa fhethu nthihi na hune ha do farelwa khoro nga dzi 17 dza Shundunthule 2012. Muthu munwe na munwe ane avha na dzangalelo kana mbilahelo malugana na khumbelo iyi u fanela u dzhiela nzhele zwi tevhelaho: 1.Vhafanela u disa lunwalo lwa mbilahelo dzavho kha muthu o tewaho hu saathu u fhela maduvha a fumbili nthihi (21) u bva kha duvha la u thoma le ha itiwa ndivhadzo iyi kana; 2.Arali vhudipfi havho hu tshi katela mbilahelo malugana na khumbelo ya mveledziso ya mavu iyi, vha fanela u vha hone nga lwa nama kana nga lwa muimeleli duvha la khuvhangano ya khoro li sa athu swika. Mbilahelo malugana na khumbelo iyi, dzo to nwalwaho fhasi dzi tea u livhiswa kha ofisi yo tewaho ya diresi yo bulwaho afho ntha. Vhanga kwamana na muofisiri o tewaho arali huna zwine vhanga takalela u divha kha nomboro iyi ya lutingo: (015) 284 5354

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LIMPOPO MIRROR

16 23 March 2012 By Kaizer Nengovhela

By Peter Muthambi

Dutch siblings assist poor community In an effort to curb the long walk to clinics, two siblings from the Netherlands, Ete and Rene Hartman, have donated a much-needed mobile clinic to the community of N’wadzeku-dzeku village outside Giyani. The donation came after Dr Remco Peters, also from the Netherlands and currently the head of the Anova Health Institute in the area, realised the plight of the local people whom he encountered on the road, all on their way to the clinics. In one such case he saw a young girl walking to a far-off clinic. “The girl was very, very sick, which made me come up with an idea of looking for something that could give everybody access to health care without having to travel long distances,” he said.

He said that he later worked out the idea and, fortunately enough, a funder came on board to donate a mobile clinic. Meanwhile, Rene and Ete said that giving everybody access to primary health care was their main objective when they decided to donate the mobile clinic They added that they felt it was necessary that those who have should contribute something to those in need. “We believe that if you lend a hand, you earn something in return and, coming from a foreign country, we know that primary health care is one of the main things that poor people here can think of and need,” Rene said. A traditional leader in the village, Hosi N’wadzeku-dzeku, said that the community had been walking long distances to the two nearest clinics at

Siblings Ete and Rene Hartman were photographed speaking during the donation of a mobile clinic.

Mphambo and Shivulani village. Both clinics are more than 10km away. “We understand that this mobile clinic will work for other communities in the district as well, but the fact that it will be stationed in our village gives us relief. Most of the pregnant mothers previously had to struggle to find transport to take them to the nearest clinic at night. Now, with a mobile clinic, things will be different,” he said. The mobile clinic is scheduled to provide in the most basic needs of the communities, such as testing for HIV, TB, checking blood samples for other diseases and many other things that would make going to the clinic unnecessary. Receiving the keys for the mobile clinic, the district manager for HIV and AIDS services, Ms Josephina Mazibuko, said she was very glad that the Anova Health Institute was helping them by bringing primary health care to the people. “The mobile clinic is also a relief to the department in terms of fulfilling the president’s initiative of getting everybody tested. I believe that, from now on, people will not live without knowing their status,” she said.

New library for Maluta High School To improve education in Limpopo, Transnet, in partnership with the Department of Education, donated a mobile library to Maluta Secondary School last Thursday. According to the regional manager of Transnet, Mr Lawrence Mavhungu, his company was approached by many institutions. “But we cannot sponsor all of them,” he said. They then decided to sponsor two disadvantaged schools in Limpopo. During the handing over of the library, Mavhungu said he hoped a library would be used in such a manner that it would be to the benefit of the pupils, ensuring an improvement in their end-of-year pass rate.

The principal of Maluta, Mr Joseph Phungo, welcomed the donation and said it came at a time when the school was in dire need of a library. “Our pupils are highly motivated and we thank Transnet and the education department for their help,” said Phungo. The MEC for Education, Mr Namane Masemola, said that the project of building real schools, especially in rural Limpopo, was achievable. Masemola said it was his dream to put an end to the traditional outlook of “just building a cluster of classrooms” and move on to building proper schools that aim to respond positively to the needs of pupils. Masemola said that educa-

tion was getting more support and that it was producing good results. “The government cannot work alone and other institutions can help the government to initiate development,” he said. Masemola has embarked on a serious mission to change perceptions about the state of education in the province. “One of the perceptions is that Limpopo is a province where pupils are taught under trees.” Learner representative Khakhu Mafunisa said that she was happy when the new mobile library was delivered to the school. She further said that the need to travel a long distance to the Louis Trichardt library will be a thing of past as they will be able to study close to home.

The jubilant learners of Maluta surround the MEC for Education, Namane Masemola, during the handing over of a mobile library.

Happy women dance in front of the mobile clinic in their traditional attire.

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23 March 2012 17

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Maximum points for Vleifontein United Zoutpansberg Powerline donated Safa Vhembe SAB league points to Vleifontein United when they lost 3-2 at the Madabani grounds on Sunday. The visitors opened their account when Khathutshelo Muligwa received a pass from Godfrey Mbedzi and passed the

kovhololo, who gave the ball a final touch to make the halftime score 2-1. United central defender Lawdwick Mudau went into the referee’s book for obstruction on Rudzani Nebulu. Powerline nearly hit the target in the 48th minute, but United’s keeper, Solomon Ramusheu, palmed Evans Makovhololo’s volley away for a corner kick. United equalised when Walter Mokgashwa unleashed a powerful volley in the 56th minute. Two players of United, Godfrey Mbedzi and Ladwick Mudau, were red-carded for rough play and insulting the referee. After the incident, United play as a team and were rewarded with a goal in the 80th minute. Suprice Raulinga scored the winning goal in the 84th minute. After the goal, Given Matumba of the home team was given a red card for swearing at his Nndwakhulu Maliboho dribbles past his opponent, Godfrey Mbedzi. teammates.

Left: Chiukepo Mso­wo­ya’s late goal helped Platinum Stars to register a 3-2 win over Black Leopards when the two sides met in the Absa Premiership at the Giyani Stadium on Sunday night. In our photo, Raymond Monama of Black Leopards and Enocent Mkhabela of Platinum Stars are battling for possession of the ball. See a match report and more photographs on page 20. © Muzi Ntombela/ BackpagePix.

ball to Justice Makgothu. His ground cutter hit the goal post and crossed the goal line in the 6th minute. Evans Makovhololo of the home team was on target five minutes later to equalise. Vusi Kaletesane of the hosts dished a beautiful pass to Evance Ma-

By Peter Muthambi

Ratakuwa a successful job creation project As a result of unemployment in the area, a group of unemployed community members grouped themselves to start their own cooperative. They named it Ratakuwa, meaning Standing up. Although the project started small, it has now grown bigger than before. Ratakuwa is now one of the leading projects, and designs and manufactures concrete precast toilets. Established in 2007 at Tshififi village as a community project, the cooperative currently employs 82 community members who had previously been unemployed. This includes members of the Mkhonto We Sizwe Mili-

Black Leopards vs Platinum Stars

other manufacturing equipment, so that we can deliver other products, rather than rely on the municipality for supply,” said the project manager, Thivhulawi Mukununde. The project has now been allocated 6 000 units in the 2011/12 financial year by the Vhembe District Municipality to construct toilets at various parts of the district at a cost of R26 million. Each toilet is sold at a cost of R3 500. Mr Moses Shibambu of the Vhembe District Municipality said that the municipality will now able to address the issue of sanitation with ease. “The toilets are good because one can move them when they are full and use them again,” he said. He said that the toilet project, which started in all 40 wards within the Thulamela Municipality, will hopefully be completed in July this year. Mukununde said that the cooperative was also in partnership with Rocla South Africa, which is responsible for mentoring, skills development Members of Ratakuwa Concrete Cooperative, busy at work. and monitoring.

Right: Sibusiso Mso­ mi of Platinum Stars is challenged by Kingston Nkhatha of Black Leopards. © Muzi Ntombela/ BackpagePix. Below: Thuso Phala of Platinum Stars and Vincent Xakane of Black Leopards both go for the ball. © Muzi Ntombela/ BackpagePix.

tary Veteran Association that are located in the district. It is through this project that several community members from Bundzhe, Makononi, Tondoni, Tshituwa, Maranzhe and Tshitasini village are now able to put food on the table. The project was funded by the Vhembe District Municipality at a cost of R4 million at its inception. The funds were used for buildings, fencing and the procurement of machinery. “We plan to expand our business from manufacturing pre-cast toilets to the manufacturing of roof tiles, concrete bricks and other building material. We shall also use the profit to purchase

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NOTICE OF BASIC ASSESSMENT PROCESS In terms of Regulation 543 of the regulations published in Government Notice No. 33306 of 2010 under Section 54 read with section 44 of the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998), notice is hereby given that VIDIGENIX (Pty) Ltd (Registration No: 2011/003516/07) is of intention to carry out the following activity: Project Name: PONTDRIFT SOLAR PARK Project Description: Vidigenix (Pty) Ltd is of the intention to establish a renewable energy generation facility. The project will consist of construction, operation and maintenance of a Photovoltaic (PV) Power Plant with associated infrastructure and structures with a generating capacity up to 75 MW. The footprint of the solar park will be approximately 240 hectares. The facility will comprise several arrays (strings) of PV modules mounted on frames; the associated infrastructure and structures will consist of: (i) internal and external access roads and a small parking area; (ii) fencing of the plant and video security control systems; (iii) foundations / mini piles for the mounted Photovoltaic arrays; (iv) electricity access point for the construction phase, operation phase (if necessary) and UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) devices; (v) water access point and/or water extraction on-site from borehole(s), water supply pipelines, water treatment; (vi) sewage system and storm water collection system; (vii) workshop & warehouse; (viii) offices & administrative area; (ix) cabling linking Photovoltaic strings and other internal cabling; (x) medium voltage stations designed to host DC/AC inverters and medium voltage power transformers; (xi) one or more medium voltage receiving station(s), linking in parallel all the medium voltage stations; (xii) one small on-site high voltage substation with high-voltage power transformers, stepping up the voltage to the voltage of the Eskom’s grid, a control building and one busbar with metering and protection devices (also called “switching station”); (xiii) a new power line or underground cables, delivering the energy to the Eskom’s Pontdrift 132 kV substation, located on the Portion 1 of the farm Bismarck 116 MS, within the project site; (xiv) a busbay to be commissioned and equipped in the Eskom’s Pontdrift 132 kV substation. The connection may also entail interventions on the Eskom’s grid, according to Eskom’s connection requirements/solution. During the construction phase, the site may be provided with additional: (i) water access point and water extraction on-site borehole(s) point, water supply pipelines, water treatment facilities; (ii) pre-fabricated buildings; to be removed at the end of the construction phase. Location: the site is located on the Remainder Portion of the Farm Bismarck 116 MS (3124.0515 hectares in extent), Musina Local Municipality, Whembe District Municipality, Limpopo Province (22°13’05”S, 29°34’50”E). A Background Information Document (BID) providing more information can be requested via email (see email address below). An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process is required for the above proposed activity. Such a study is currently being undertaken by AGES (Pty) Ltd (in order to determine whether the proposed activity will result in any significant environmental impacts). The project has been registered with the Department of Environmental Affairs under the DEA reference number: 14/12/16/3/3/2/285 and under the NEAS reference number: DEA/EIA/0001032/2012. In order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and/or affected party, please submit, in writing, your name, contact information and interest in the matter, within 30 days of publication of this notice, to the address below. AGES (Pty) Ltd, 120 Marshall Street, Polokwane 0699 - P.O. Box 2526, Polokwane, 0700 - Tel: +27 (0) 15 291 1577- Fax: +27 (0) 15 291 1577 Emails: jbotha@ages-group.com/egrobler@ages-group.com


LIMPOPO MIRROR

18 23 March 2012 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Another defeat for Ravele’s Dragons Ramantsha FC continued to pave their way to the Safa SAB league, when they beat Ravele Black Dragons 3-2 in a Limpopo Dairy league match at Ramantsha on Saturday. The game started at a blistering pace, with the home side being the superior in as far as ball possession was concerned. Isaac Mudimeli of the home team opened the scoring, when he finished off a pre-cooked pass from Arlet Madima when the match was 15 minutes old. After the goal, Dragons changed their original pattern and started to initiate moves from behind. They did not reap any rewards

from their efforts, as it was not easy to find the way through the rock-solid defence of Ramantsha. The team from Ravele was awarded a free kick in the 24th minute. Makgopo Mashao picked up the ball from the place kick and Nyadzani Magoro, who was in the perfect scoring position, gave it the final touch. The centre half of Dragons, Lisimba Tshikota, was reprimanded with a card for an illegal tackle on Phumudzo Ramantswana. Evance Ramantswana scored the team’s second goal. He unleashed a powerful volley

from the 25-metre area and the keeper of Dragons, Raymond Rakhavha, suffered the pain of watching the ball go beyond his reach. Ramantsha were leading 2-1 at half time. The home team fortified the midfield by introducing Takalani Mabatha for Isaac Mudimeli early in the last half. The visitors effected some changes to their starting lineup, but this did not help them. Nyadzani Magoro levelled the score and completed his brace when he scored from 18 metres out. The winning goal of the team was scored by Mashudu Dikgari in the 86th minute.

Ramantsha FC´s scorers, Isaac Mudimeli, Evance Ramantswana and Mashudu Dikragi. By Elmon Tshikhudo

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Public library still closed for renovations The Makhado Municipality issued a public announcement in December 2011 that the municipal library would be temporarily closed for public service “due to roof renovation”. The library doors are still shut and this is a huge setback for library users. Thabelo Mutungutungu, a Unisa student, has been traveling from Nzhelele to Louis Trichardt on a daily basis to make use of the library. He says that since January he has been struggling to adjust his mind to reading and studying from his home,

since there is lots of noise in the village. “You can’t tell your neighbour that they’re making noise with their music system,” Thabelo says. “I can’t wait for people to sleep and study in the night. I’ve got lots of energy from early morning to 13:30. I find the library atmosphere condusive to studying.” Other students around the Louis Trichardt area feel that the municipality should at least consider providing library points in central areas such as Elim, Nzhelele and Sinthumule in order to bridge the gap that students

need to travel in order to reach the library in town. “I am suggesting this because a long daily commute wears some of us out as students,” says Rudzani Mamburu of Vleifontein. The spokesperson for the Makhado Municipality, Louis Bobodi, requests library users to be a little patient. “The library didn’t open on 5 January due to unforeseen problems, such as rainy days,” Bobodi says. “We postponed the set date to 10 April. Books still need to be unpacked and rearranged on the shelves, and all this requires time.”

By Frank Mavhungu

Second album for Darkface Muvenda After a break of two years, a resident of Tshififi village, Mr Tshilangano “Darkface Muvenda” Maboho, is back with his second album. His debut hip-hop gospel album, Vhutshilo, was released in March 2010. Some of the songs, which are still popular, include God bless, Respect, Khosi anga and the title track, Vhutshilo. He revealed that although Vhutshilo was self-marketed and -distributed, its performance in the market was remarkable. Just like the previous one, the new release was recorded at the Bomo Entertainment Studios at Muledane. It was recorded three months ago and released during the past mongh. Unlike Vhutshilo, the new release, The messenger of Venda, is packed with 16 songs. Songs like Rest in peace, Ritshilanavho, Face of the pain and Vho Balelwa will make the new release a hit with fans within a short space of time. Muvenda says the new album is available at most of the local music outlets. When asked about his history as a

musician, Darkface indicated that his music career started in the year 2000. At that stage, he was a Grade 8 pupil at the Tshilala Secondary School. Darkface says he remembers well the day he impressed the judges during a music talent search at the school that year. That, according to him, was the beginning of his road to fame. When asked about his experiences on the way to the recording

of his debut album, Darkface reveals that his road to fame was rocky and thorny. According to him, he nearly threw in the towel before he was introduced to the owner of the Bomo Entertainment Studios. He will be promoting his new release through live performances at the concerts, weddings and other social gatherings in the coming months.

Moses Chabalala, who released a monster hit in 2009, is back with a bang and more determined to make it this time. Chavalala, of Makhuvha village outside Thohoyandou, made a name for himself when he released a big hit album, Mr Hummer Volume 1. The artist is back full steam and has released another CD, Mr Hummer Volume 2. The album promises fireworks and, judging by the response since its release last week, it is bound to take the artist to greater heights. “I have learnt a lesson; signing contracts that one does not know, can make one very poor. My album sold thousands of copies, but to tell the truth, I did not get a cent from the sales of the album. I have learnt the hard way, but I am determined to make it this time around,” he said. He said the shortfalls did not discourage him from continuing composing more music. “Music The cover of Maboho´s second album. is in my blood, with or without money. I just love By Elmon Tshikhudo spreading messages through my music, and I will continue doing so,” he added. Chavalala said he also changed his music to Makhwaya, which is doing the trick as it is becoming a fast seller. The album was recorded at JTK Local artists performed at the funeral of a Shiburi, who died after a short illness a week Mr Hummer, who released a sizzling Makhwaya Productions in Thohoyandou and is available at top gospel musician, who died not long after ago, was laid to rest at the Nkuri cemetery last album, which is proving to be a fast seller. composing a popular track about death. Daniel Saturday. most record shops around the country. Shiburi (48) was also a policeman, a pastor of NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION the Apostolic Church of God in Nkuri and a busiPROPOSED TOWNSHIP EXPANSION AT MALAMULELE TOWN LOCATED ON THE REMAINING PORnessman, who owned a car wash, liquor store and TION OF THE FARM MALAMULELE 234LT WITHIN THE JURISDICTION OF THULAMELA LOCAL MUrecord company. NICIPALITY OF VHEMBE DISTRICT IN LIMPOPO PROVINCE. (LEDET REF NO. 12/1/9/2-V2). He also owned a ladies soccer team, a traditional This serves as notification that the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism draft game, called cuva as well as a ladies dance (LEDET) has issued an Environmental Authorisation (EA) for the above referenced proposed development. group, the xibelana and makhwaya dance group. The Environmental Authorisation has been issued in terms of the National Environmental Management Act, “My brother was a man of the people, a popular 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) as amended. man and a role model. That is why we allowed his A copy of the EA and the LEDET reasons for approving the above referenced proposed development can be colleagues in the music industry to perform at his obtained from Nzumbululo Heritage Solutions on request, contact person; Nonhlanhla Ncube, Tel: 015 291 funeral,” said his younger brother, Sevha Reckson 3661, Fax: 015 291 3669, Email: nnobanda@hessa.co.za. Shiburi. “We saw while my brother was still alive In terms of Chapter 7 of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations, parties wishing to formally appeal that he was a passionate musician and he was part any aspect of the authorisation must lodge a notice of intent to appeal with the Minister within 20 days after the of the music association.” date of the authorisation by means of one of the following methods: Sevha said they were not mourning his brother’s By facsimile: 015 293 8317 By hand: Evridiki Towers death. “We have realised that our loss is also the 3rd Floor loss of the entire community,” he said. Shiburi had By post: Limpopo Department of Economic 20 Hans Van Rensburg Street Development, Environment and Tourism Polokwane been a policeman since 1994. As a gospel musiPrivate Bag X9484 0699 cian, Shiburi released his fifth CD in December Polokwane last year. Shiburi was known as Ku hanya a swi 0700 bohi, meaning it is not a must to live, but a must to A copy of the official appeal form can be obtained from LEDET, Mr. R. V.. Mthombeni, Tel: 015 290 7057, email die. He and his former co-leader, Soyaphi Samson MthombeniRV@ledet.gov.za. Sambo, released a sizzling CD titled Ku hanya aswi On behalf of the entire project team, we take this opportunity to thank you for your interest and constructive bohi in early 2010. A few months after the release inputs to the Environmental Impact Assessment process. Your participation has been valuable and highly ap- Well-known musician Daniel Shiburi is no of the CD, Sambo died and now, barely two years preciated. more. later, Shiburi followed.

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By Frank Mavhungu

Basel and Super Eagles in a 0-0 draw Basel FC disappointed their supporters by sharing the spoils with Super Eagles, when they played to a goalless draw in their Vodacom Promotional League match at the Malamulele Stadium on Saturday. Eagles managed to match the hosts in all departments, despite the fact that they are languishing at the bottom of the log. Shortly after the start of the match, Basel’s experienced striker, Jafta Mabosho, left the pitch on a stretcher after sustaining an ankle injury. He was replaced by Louis Chauke, who squandered several scoring chances. He caused the first upset in the 24th minute. He beat the offside trap and shot aimlessly from the goalmouth, much to the disappointment of the fans. He also received a beautiful cross from Gift Ramaxwaila and

fumbled at the goal finish moments later. Gift Ramaxwaila was replaced with Khumbudzo Muvhango in the 58th minute. Muvhango could not match the tempo of the game. Seeing that their winning chances were

Handball! Vuledzani Davhana of Basel (left) cries as the referee remains silent when John Mongwe of Eagles handles the ball.

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slim, Super Eagles played long balls from behind in a way that demonstrated that they were happy with a draw. Basel effected two more changes later in the game, but that did not help them either.

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Msowoya break Leopards’ hearts Chiukepo Msowoya’s late goal helped Platinum Stars to register a 3-2 victory over Black Leopards when the two sides met in an Absa Premiership clash at the Giyani Sta-

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similar move, which saw Mere delivering a cross from the left. Ng’ambi was yet again given enough room inside the box to score his second goal of the match, making the score2-0. However, the home side reduced the deficit in the 26th minute, when Bobe connected with a loose ball just outside the Stars’ penalty area to fire an unstoppable low shot past the diving Jackson Mabokwane, making it 2-1. The Leopards captain then completed the comeback five minutes before the break when he connected with a cross from Luyolo Mapolisa on the right side of the box to beat Mabokwane with a side footed volley. The score was now 2-2. The second half produced less goalmouth action, but Leopards missed a great opportunity to take the lead for the first time in the 74th minute when Joshua Obaje connected with a cross from Bobe, but his header missed the target. Mere had a chance to win it for Stars at the other end, but saw his low shot turned around the post by Omony. However, Msowoya proved to be the hero for Dikwena in the 87th minute when he headed a Mere cross past Omony to hand his side their third win in as many league matches. The loss sees Leopards remain second from the bottom on the log. - Backpagemedia

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