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Matric pupil killed in bed By Elmon Tshikhudo The young Malamulele D Section matriculant whose life ended tragically when a gunman shot and killed him in his bed last week Tuesday night could not be buried last weekend because of a lack of money. His grieving mother was relieved when members of the community stretched out their generous hands to support the family in their hour of need. Thanks to the people of Mala­ mulele and Thulamela Municipality, Raymond Shavana will be buried tomorrow (Saturday). Raymond was shot once in the stomach while sleeping in his room and his assailant disappeared into the night. The Grade 12 pupil at EPP Mhin­ ga High School was described as a committed learner. His mother, Ms Mphephu Maluleke, a domestic worker for a family at Mangondi, said she was struggling financially as she

could not continue working since she became ill. After news of the death of the boy and the plight of the family was made public, the community of Malamulele came to the family’s rescue. The lo­ cal councillor, Lazarus Baloyi, made several contributions for the burial. The school where the boy received his education also came to the fam­ ily’s rescue. During an interview with Mirror, Ms Maluleke said the death of her son had affected her a lot. “I am ill, as you can see, and the death of my beloved son was just like losing a part of me. The fact that I cannot even afford to bury him has added to the pain and suffering I am going through. Now that he can be buried, I am very relieved,” she said. She said when the tragedy struck, she did not know what to do and where to go and she felt all on her own. She said she last saw her son at 21:00 when he said he was going to sleep as he wanted to wake up early

for his morning studies. She said she also went to sleep and at about 23:00, she heard a shot and a scream. “When I asked, he said he had been shot,” she said. She went to the neighbours who helped her call the police, and when the police and the ambulance arrived, Raymond was dead. “His death has plunged me into a state of despair. He was my only hope for the future and his death means part of me has been cut from my body,” she said. The principal of EPP Mhinga High, Mr Aubrey Mabasa, said they were working hand in hand with the family to give the pupil a decent burial. “He was a pupil of our school and we could not run away after the tragic death.” According to one of Raymond’s teachers, they knew him “as an ordinary, good pupil and his death shocked us.” Police spokesperson Lt Col Ronél Otto said no arrests had been made The late Raymond Shavana whose life was ended by a bullet fired by an unknown yet. killer.



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2 28 October 2011 By Peter Muthambi

“Take good care of the elderly” - Mayor

Limpopo Traditional Health Practitioners' general secretary and chairperson of the Maila conservation of medicinal plants project, Mbulaheni Neluvhola.

The acting mayor of Vhembe District Municipality, Cllr Humbulani Mathavha, urged members of the community to take good care of the elders. He was one of the speakers during a celebration for elderly people at the Elim Hlanganani Society for the Care of the Aged last Friday. He added that the elderly must be treated with respect and dignity. "Elderly people are very prominent people in the community and must be taken

care of." Mathavha mentioned that his municipality cared for the elders. "These are the people who remain behind, taking care of orphans when their parents die," said Mathavha. He donated 300 towels to the elders during the event. Elim Hlanganani takes care of elderly people and also runs youth programmes at the centre. The centre also looks after or­ phans and vulnerable children. During the event, the Dis­ trict Senior Manager for Social

Development, Ms Nkhumeleni Mulaudzi, adopted two orphans who are being taken care of at the centre. She said that her depart­ ment would continue caring for the elders and orphans. The centre has 388 orphans and vulnerable children, 97 people living with HIV/Aids, 48 people with disabilities and 281 elderly that it is taking care of. Elim Hlanganani was established in February 1993, after a needs assessment determined that the elderly people needed care.

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Maila medical plant project finalised The first phase of the environmental assessment at the Maila Conservation project of medicinal plants outside Vleifontein has been finalised. The R20-million project near Vleifontein was launched last year. Limpopo Traditional Health Practitioners' general secretary and also the chairper­ son of the Maila conservation project, Mbulaheni Neluvhola, says the provincial government must intervene to ensure that the process of completing the project is speeded up. Neluvhola says they are con­ cerned about the lengthy period that the project is taking to be completed. It is almost a year now since Deputy Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs Rejoice Mabudafhasi

launched the project at HaMaila village. The more-than140-hectare project has been set to draw attention to the need for development, promotion and protection of the natural resources and their associ­ ated indigenous knowledge. It entails the establishment of a nursery, laboratory, guard house, medicinal plant garden, research centre, and fencing of the whole facility. There will be also initiation schools for both male and female initiates. Medicinal plants are used to treat ailments such as coughs, headaches, fever, constipation and high blood pressure. Tra­ ditional health practitioners and community members will buy medicinal plants at the project once it is completed. Accord­

ing to Neluvhola, nothing has happened at the project since March this year. Indigenous Knowledge Sys­ tems of South Africa Trust (IKSSA), appointed by the De­ partment of Environmental Af­ fairs to implement the project, say they have finalised the first phase of the environmental as­ sessment. Trust CEO Buyiswa Motloanya says they are on time and the project will be completed by 2013. Motloanya, however, says they have put more effort into planning. Community members say they are hopeful that the project will continue. It has been re­ ported that about 80% of the African population relies on traditional medicine for their basic health needs.

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS Notice is given in terms of Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations 2010 published in government Notice No. R543 under Section 24(2) and 24D of the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) as amended. An application form has been submitted to LEDET to carry out the basic assessment report and Ref: 12/1/9/1-V36 has been assigned to this activity:Description of the proposed activity The project entails the construction of a new bridge at Tshidongololwe village. The bridge is a listed activity (listed on R544 listing notice 1, activity no. 11) according to EIA regulations 2010 as amended. The Mutale Local Municipality proposed to construct a new bridge along road D3695 to Mphephu Resort. Location The bridge is located at Tshidongololwe village approximately 20km north-east from Mutale along road D3674, at the following coordinates: S22 40’ 57.7” E30 36’ 03.7” within Mutale Local Municipality in the Vhembe District Municipality, Limpopo Province. Name of proponent Mutale Local Municipality Private Bag X1254 Mutale, 0956 Tel: +27 15 967 9611 Fax: +27 15 967 9677 Environmental Assessment Practitioner R & F Environmental Consultants PO Box 825, Thohoyandou, 0950 Tel: +27 15 962 0145, Fax: 086 619 9402 Cell: 079 434 7960 The purpose of this advertisement is for public participation process and in order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and/or affected parties (I&APs) or if you require further information on the application and or activity, please submit your name, contact information, interest and issues on the matter to Mr Mukhwathi T. Robert at the contact details given above within 40 days of publication of this advertisement. NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS Notice is given in terms of Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations 2010 published in government Notice No. R543 under Section 24(2) and 24D of the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) as amended. An application form has been submitted to LEDET to carry out the basic assessment report and Ref: 12/1/9/1-V36 has been assigned to this activity:Description of the proposed activity The construction of Mphephu Resort Bridge at Mphephu Dzanani. The works include the construction of 1 x 25m span, at a skew angle of 4 degrees, the abutments are solid wall type with wing walls @ 30 degrees to flow. The bridge is a listed activity (listed on R544 listing notice 1, activity no. 11) according to EIA regulations 2010 as amended, The Vhembe District Municipality proposed to demolish and construct a bridge along road D3695 to Mphephu Resort. Location The bridge is located at Mphephu Dzanani along road D3695 to Mphephu Resort, approximately 5km west from Siloam Hospital along road R523, at hte following coordinates: S22 54’ 40” E30 10’ 49” within Makhado Local Municipality in the Vhembe District Municipality. Name of proponent Vhembe District Municipality Private Bag X5006 Thohoyandou, 0950 Tel: +27 15 960 2000 Fax: +27 15 962 1017 Environmental Assessment Practitioner R & F Environmental Consultants PO Box 825, Thohoyandou, 0950 Tel: +27 15 962 0145, Fax: 086 619 9402 Cell: 079 434 7960 The purpose of this advertisement is for public participation process and in order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and/or affected parties (I&APs) or if you require further information on the application and or activity, please submit your name, contact information, interest and issues on the matter to Mr Mukhwathi T. Robert at the contact details given above within 40 days of publication of this advertisement.

The acting mayor of Vhembe District Municipality, Cllr Humbulani Mathavha, hands over some of the donated towels to elderly people at Elim Hlanganai Society for the Care of the Aged. By Peter Muthambi

Eye care awareness month at Elim Elim Hospital engaged in an eye awareness road According to Mr Avhatakali Marole, a commu­ show as part of the commemoration of Eye Care nication officer at the hospital, during the month of Awareness Month (ECAM). October the global attention is focused on blindness and visual impairment. "Therefore, as Elim Hos­ pital we engage in road shows, visiting schools, government departments and the community at large, creating eye-care awareness," he said. Marole added that ECAM is a South African initiative held annually in the month of October, in order to raise awareness about the importance of eye health, specifically around the prevention and treatment of avoidable blindness. "International World Sight Day, which is held on 8 October, is an important day within the ECAM calendar," highlighted Marole. World Sight Day is also commemorated during the month of October under the theme: "Delivering eye care to the com­ munities." Marole advised that people should have their eyes tested regularly to prevent blindness. People were screened free of charge during the road show. The Eye Care Awareness Month road show was conducted in conjunction with the oral health campaign. According to Dr Hulisani Khohomela, they taught people how to take care of their teeth during the road show. "We do not want people to Opthalmic Nurse Christina Baloyi screens a lose their teeth. Some people come to the hospital member of the Waterval community, Ms Annah very late, when their teeth are already damaged. Prevention is better than cure," he added. Baloyi, during the roadshow.

Students of the Fastforward Business College received their diplomas and certificates in stock control and till operation, information, record keeping and information technology during a ceremony at Njakanjaka a fortnight ago.


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is a new beginning. She was among the disabled women who received wheelchairs from the Vhembe District Municipality. The handover was done during a function for women that was attended by hundreds of women at the Thohoyandou Town Hall. Masevhe, who was born disabled,

could not believe her luck when the Chief Whip of Thulamela, Ms Ma­ vuyisa Fungheni, Vhembe district Speaker Cllr Caroline Mahasela and Cllr Dorcas Mmboyi assisted her to her new “legs”. “It has been a long journey that I do not even want to think about. I have suffered for a long time, having to ask people to help me every time I wanted to go somewhere. Those days are now history and I am facing life from a new perspective. Life will never be the same for me,” she said. Masevhe, who is the director of Masevhe G Trading and Construc­ tion, said conducting bussiness in her condition has been very difficult. “My job dictates that I move from office to office, taking quotations, attending

briefings and looking for new busi­ nesses. It was hard for me, but now I can put everything behind me and continue doing my business.” She said the wheelchair would save her a lot of time and work to her advantage. Masevhe said she was appreciative of what the government was doing for them as disabled peo­ ple, but said there were still many in her condition who needed help. On behalf of the disabled people, Cllr Rapson Rambuwani said they would continue fighting for the bet­ terment of the lives of the disabled. “As disabled people we are second to nobody and we need everything that would make our lives easier,” he said.

Census workers die in crash

By Anton van Zyl

Solly’s Discount World loses a stalwart One of the best-known faces at Solly’s Discount World in Louis Trichardt and a beloved member of the local community for the past 24 years, Jagadishandra Joshi (68), died last Wednesday. Joshi, as he was commonly known, was born in Durban in 1943. He was the first born and had six sisters. At the age of 14, his father died and from a very young age he had to start looking after his mother and his sisters. It was this same love and compassion for his family and friends that caused him to relocate to what is now known as Limpopo. His one sister got married and moved with her husband to Louis Trichardt. When her husband died in 1987, Joshi offered to move to this northern part of the country to help take care of her. When he arrived in Louis Trichardt, he joined Solly’s Discount World and for the past 24 years customers from all over have grown accustomed to this soft-spoken man. “We are totally devastated,” was Solly Noor’s response this week. “We not only lost a good and loyal worker, but also a dear friend. He was a part of Jagadishandra Joshi (68) died last Wednesday our close family,” he said. At the time of his death Joshi was a group manager at the Solly’s Group. A month ago, Joshi fulfilled a life-long dream by travelling to India on pilgrimage. He also visited two of his sisters who stay in India. When he returned to South Africa last week, he stayed over with his son in Pretoria for a day. Last Wednesday he went to lie down for a while and never woke up. Apart from his six sisters, he leaves be­ hind his wife, Ansuya, his son Divesh and his 98-year-old mother, La­ lita. A funeral service was held last Friday in Johannesburg.

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Three census workers died while six were critically injured in a horrific car accident on Sunday. The accident happened after the driver of the bakkie they were traveling in lost control and it overturned. The workers were returning from the the farms in Waterpoort where they had just collected information. Happiness is receiving a new wheelchair. Assisting Masevhe to her new Three of the census wheelchair are, from left, Cllr Dorcas Mmboyi, Vhembe district Speaker workers, Ms Lusani Mashaba (20), Ms Tsi­ Cllr Caroline Mahasela and Thulamela Speaker Mavuyisa Fungheni.


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4 28 October 2011 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Numerous awards for students of Livhone

A community builder and the Speaker of the Limpopo Legislature, Mr Rudolph Phala (left), receives an award from Vho Thovhele Midiyavhathu Tshivhase, assisted by the director of the college, Dr Mmbangiseni Ratshitanga. Politics

Firm foundation for Sanco’s conference History was made on 30 July this year, when two structures operating under the name of Sanco in Limpopo sat at the same table and decided to work as one. Both structures agreed unani­ mously to support the provincial interim leadership core, which was put into place by the National Executive Council during a meet­ ing at the Unisa auditorium in Polokwane. The provincial leadership core was given a mandate of disband­ ing all regional structures and establishing regional task teams

to take all Sanco branches to the provincial conference before the end of 2011. The provincial leadership core is comprised of Messrs Isaaih Masokameng (con­ venor), Progress Kutama (depu­ ty-convenor), Bernet Mahakane (coordinator) and Jack Maphoso (deputy-coordinator). The ad­ ditional members are: Messrs Lutanyani, Ngape Kgorotla and Beauty Mohlala. “It is in view of the afore­ mentioned background that all regional structures have, to date, been disbanded and regional task teams formed,” said Mr Thiathu

Ravhura, the regional coordinator in Vhembe. Ravhura said a meet­ ing which will focus on laying the foundation for the provincial council will take place on 6 No­ vember and the provincial con­ ference is to take place on 26 and 27 November. Ravhura said they were extending their invitation to all Sanco branches in Vhembe to attend an important meeting on Sunday, 30 October 2011, at 12:00 in the Thohoyandou Indoor Sports Centre. Further enquiries can be di­ rected to Mr Thiathu Ravhura at 082 417 4427.

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Dr Tshifhiwa Muligwe, found- nities also received awards. One contribution in as far as job crea­ er of Rhema Kingdom Life, has of the recipients was the Speaker tion is concerned. Those we train will go out and urged recipients of diplomas of the Limpopo Legislature, Mr and certificates to make the Rudolf Phala. The director of create jobs for themselves and most out of what they have the Livhone Computer Training others,” he said. Centre, Dr Mbangiseni Ratshi­ The Speaker of the Limpopo learnt. He was speaking during a tanga, said they had trained the 24 Legislature, Mr Rudolph Phala, ceremony on Saturday to award students free of charge as a way said modern society had benefit­ cerificates and diplomas to hard­ of empowering them, so that they ted a lot from information tech­ nology and the recipients should working students. They have could fend for themselves. “We are operating in the most go to their rural villages and open completed courses in different fields of technology at Livhone rural of areas, where unemploy­ Internet cafés and information Computer Training Centre at ment is rife. We are making a centres. Ngulummbi, outside Thohoyandou. During the ceremony, 77 students received their awards. Twentyfour disadvantaged stu­ dents benefitted from the free study bursary offered by the college. The students received their certificates and di­ plomas after completing courses in Information Technology (IT), Basic Computing, Computer Science and Technical Support. At the same ceremony, seven per­ sons who had excelled The best amongst the best: Mukundi Mukundamaga receives a trophy from in serving their commu­ Thovhele Kennedy Tshivhase (left) and Dr Mbangiseni Ratshitanga. By Peter Muthambi

Municipal official fired for alleged fraud The Makhado Municipality has dismissed a clerical assistant for allegedly committing fraud at its testing station in Vuwani. Mr Phineas Muila (38) was relieved of his duties last Friday. He allegedly stole money amounting to R114 000 from the municipality. According to a source, Muila has been under investigation since March this year. He was then removed from the traffic station and shifted to the municipality’s regional offices in Vuwani while the investiga­

tions were continuing. Muila’s disciplinary hearing started in September. Municipal spokesperson Mr Louis Bobodi confirmed on Tues­ day that Muila was dismissed, following the disciplinary hear­ ing and thorough investigations in this regard. He said the mu­ nicipality had already instituted a civil claim against Muila. Ac­ cording to Bobodi, the munici­ pality is currently in the process to recover taxpayers’ money. He said that the dismissal would send a strong message to

all municipal officials who might be thinking of involving them­ selves in fraudulent activities. “The municipality will never leave a stone unturned in trying to ensure that there is proper administration of funds. We are committed to taking service to the people and will never sit and look on while people continue to abuse taxpayers’ money,” emphasized Bobodi. He said employees who expe­ rienced problems should consult their employment assistance programme offices.

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Alleged dog killer to face criminal charges The Louis Trichardt SPCA has laid criminal charges against a man from Muraleni (near Sinthumule) for allegedly stoning his dog to death. According to local animal inspector Lawrence Khodobo, he received a call on Sunday afternoon, informing him that a man was busy stoning his own dog to death in the middle of the street, in full view of the public. Khodobo rushed to the scene, but by the time he got there, the dog was already dead and its carcass dumped in some nearby

bushes. The man was nowhere to be seen. Khodobo took the dog to the Blouberg Animal Clinic in Lou­ is Trichardt for a post-mortem examination. The animal had suffered severe injuries, in­ cluding a crushed skull, broken bones and bruises. Apart from also being underfed and having a bad skin condition, Khodobo said the animal must have suf­ fered tremendously. Community members identi­ fied the suspect and Khodobo later laid charges of animal cru­

elty under the Animal Protection Act (Act 71 of 1962) against the man. The case was registered at the Tshilwavhusiku SAPS on Monday. At the time of going to press, it was not yet know if the suspect had been arrested and whether or not he had appeared in court. Khodobo urged members of the public to contact the SPCA immediately, should they wit­ ness any act of cruelty to ani­ mals. He can be contacted at Tel 082 965 5151. Alternatively, the SPCA’s office number is 015 516 0427.

The severely underfed dog that was stoned to death, allegedly by its owner, on Sunday afternoon. Photo supplied.


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By Elmon Tshikhudo

Working towards a clean environment The management at the Thohoyadou police station changed their uniforms and office wear last Thursday for overalls and work wear. They joined the station's cleaners in cleaning the whole police station, offices and yard. Outlining the purpose of the clean-up campaign, the station commissioner, Brigadier Rosina Mulaudzi, said as a station they had set aside a day each month specifically for cleaning pur­ poses. “We are one of the big­ gest stations in the province and we are serving a big area. This

means more and more people come here seeking service and at the same time, dirt is easy to spread, “she said. She said the cleaners at the station were doing a good job, but management felt that they had to join them and lead by ex­ ample in order to motivate them in their job. “We want to show them that what they are doing for the sta­ tion is not looked down upon, but is viewed as a meaningful contribution to the operation of the station. It shows that we view all sec­

tions of the station equally and it will go a long way in uniting the whole staff component," she said. “We are expected to be physi­ cally fit to perform our duties well. A mere hour of hard work could be enough to give us a healthy body and the right frame of mind," she said. Mulaudzi said as management they were encouraging all to be vigilant about littering. They want everyone to take an active part in the fight against littering, she added.

High achievers in Grade 12 in different learning areas at Lwamondo High School proudly show off the certificates they were awarded during their matric dance held at the Porsche Villa Hotel on Friday. Also in the picture are the teachers.


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By Elmon Tshikhudo

More woes for local medical doctor Well-known Limpopo medical doctor Dr Jus- are not over. tice Mulaudzi, who was charged with raping a Mulaudzi, a clinical manager at Hayani Hospital, patient in a consulting room at Ha-Makhuvha was standing in for a colleague during the alleged four weeks ago, may be out on bail, but his woes rape and indecent assaults, which were supposedly committed on 28 September 2011. Before Mulaudzi could be granted bail, the Department of Health, through its spokesperson, Joe Maila, had already announced his suspension. He can also face a revival of the Malamulele rape case, which was withdrawn in 2006. A police witness has put it to the court that he made an enquiry about the case and found that it was withdrawn without reasons being given. He also pointed out that the case docket had vanished and that it was subject to police investigations. W/O Herman Bila said he also contacted the complainant in the case, who showed willingness that it be reinstated and that she would be avail­ able to attend. Mulaudzi (40) of Thohoyandou was granted bail of R30 000 on Monday last week by magistrate Ronald Muthambi after a bail applica­ tion that took nearly three days. The case was postponed to 8 December. Suspended doctor, Dr Justice Mulaudzi.

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8 28 October 2011 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

By Elmon Tshikhudo

A contribution towards Ubuntu by pupils

New traffic circle causes confusion The construction of a traffic circle next to JJ Motors and the Sasol garage at Thohoyandou has left motorists confused. Construction of the traffic circle, which is part of the mul­ timillion rand neighbourhood project started at the beginning of the month, is envisaged to be completed at the end of next month. On the first day of construc­ tion, a kilometre-long line of traffic could be seen moving at a snail’s pace. Many motorists were not aware of what was happening and several reached their homes very late in the evening. Mirror visited the site where Thulamela community services manager Mr Mbulungeni Madi, site agent Mr Martin Nieuwoudt and site engineers were planning the smooth flow of traffic. Madi explained that development in Thohoyandou town meant that more and more vehicles were using the roads. Within minutes, a plan was hatched and traffic was back to normal and there was no longer a congestion of traffic. “We have to move with the times. We

had to find ways of dealing with such a large number of vehicles and a traffic circle became one of the best options,” he said. He said traffic circles had positive results as they beauti­ fied towns and they were envi­ ronmentally friendly as cars did not stop and emit gases, unlike at stop signs. He said the circle would also help in saving energy and that the carbon footprint would decrease. “Thohoyandou has been declared an eco-town and this augurs well as the traf­ fic circle will work against the effects of climate chang. It is a plus for our municipality,” he added. He said when completed, there would a smooth flow of traffic and this will meant that more and more road users could use the road without having to worry about accidents. “There are fewer accidents at traffic circles and we are very hopeful that, with this being the second one in Thohoyandou, motorists will not have any difficulty. Moreover, after the comple­ tion we will have an awareness campaign and have our officers on standby to assist in the flow of traffic,” he said. Madi also proudly announced

the commencement of a multimillion-rand taxi rank next to Eskom’s offices in Thohoyan­ dou. The taxi rank is part of the intermodal facility that will cover the towns of Thulamela, Malamulele, Sibasa and Tho­ hoyandou. “There is a lot of development taking place in our municipality. We just had a sod-turning cer­ emony for a major development at Sibasa. Very soon, we will be moving over to Malamulele, where massive development is also to take place. We are rejuvenating our towns and you have to bear with us while we are busy with construction,” he said. He mentioned that, as an intervention during the construction period, they were also erecting drop-off points for passengers along the main streets of Thohoyandou. He urged motorists to avoid the construction area at all costs and to be patient until the circle was finished. Mr Martin Nieuwoudt said they would meet the deadline and that motorists would enjoy their festivities without having to bother about traffic conges­ tion.

A group of pupils from Ridgeway College embarked on an ambitious project to raise money for a child care centre for disabled children and children from vulnerable backgrounds. They were seen last Friday and Saturday on the corner of Robot Electrical shop, making pancakes and selling them to members of the public at R2 each. They call themselves the Hand Print Rotary Club. “The reason for our calling our club the Hand Print is that we can leave a mark on people’s hearts,” says Siki Mungulwa (17,) who is in Grade 11. “Our object is to make a small difference in the big world.”

They told the Mirror that they also wish to inspire the youth from other corners of the country to do positive work that affirms a sense of ubuntu (humanity) within people. For instance, a fortnight ago they picked up litter on the roadside along the N1 road, from OK Grocer to the surroundings of Makhado Cross­ ing Mall. “We believe our efforts mean something to our com­ munity,” adds the president of the club, Elamé Koorts (18). “Even if it’s a small contribution, it goes a long way in helping those in need.” The club has so far not re­ ceived any operational funds or help from any established

institutions or bodies. They rely heavily on making personal con­ tributions from their own pockets and homes; from articles such as the table, gas cylinder, flour and eggs, to cooking oil and spoons. Like the strong men who built the huge structures of Rome, they seem to understand that dedica­ tion brings about the desired results in the long run. The individual members with­ in the club are generally moved by the need to give and help out, which is a sense of humanity. “If you are privileged to have everything you need and want, then it’s only right to help others and give back to your commu­ nity,” concludes a Grade 9 pupil, Taariq Tayob (15).

Some of the Ridgeway College pupils who are part of Hand Print Rotary Club: (from left) Lally Netshikweta (15), Nicole Muleya (16), Elamé Koorts (18) and Tanka Mapfumo (13). Notice

Community show to take place tomorrow Site agent Mark Nieu­woudt (right) explains the pro­gress of the circle. With him in the photo are, from left, resident engineer Phumudzo Malumedzha, Mr Mbulungeni Madi, community services manager at Thulamela, and the assistant resident engi­neer, Unathi Mtset­wene.

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10 28 October 2011 By Elmon Tshikhudo

By Peter Muthambi

Police, municipality and community to fight crime

New facilities for Mudimeli The pupils of Mudimeli High have reason to smile. Going into the bushes when nature calls is no longer necessary. This comes after the provincial education department has built four blocks of toilets at the school. The value of the toilets is R450 000. They were constructed by Ru­ bicon Civils and officially handed over to the school three weeks ago. “This will really improve the stand­ ard of teaching and learning at our school. Pupils will no longer dodge classes, because the toilets are now inside the school premises,” said the acting principal of the school, Mr Alpheus Mabuduga. He said that there were dangerous animals in the

bushes that could harm the pupils. “This is really a relief to the school and we appreciate that Government has realised there was a need for decent toilets at the school,” added Mabuduga. The toilets were built as part of th­ eDepartment of Education’s sanita­ tion project. The chairperson of the school governing body, Mr Joseph Mukwevho, applauded Government for the move. “We have been asking for toilets at the school for years, and it is good that the department has responded to our problem,” Mukwevho said. Mudimeli High School is situated in Mudimeli vil­ lage and falls under Ward 37 of the Makhado Municipality.

The chairperson of the school governing body, Mr Joseph Mukwevho (left) receives the keys of the new toilets from Mr Jerry Tereblanche of Rubicon Civils. Also in the photo is the acting principal of Mudimeli High, Mr Alpheus Mabuduga (right). C.K.No. 2008/048997/23 7 Kruger Street P.O.Box 1114 Louis Trichardt 0920 Office: 015 516 4067 Anthony: 082 491 5755 Fax: 015 516 1520 Fax to E-mail: 086 524 9158 E-mail:

Police in Vhembe have joined hands with the Thulamela Municipality, as well as the community to fight crime in the area around Thohoyandou. Together, they staged a crime awareness march in Thohoyandou over the weekend. “We do not want just to show them that we are here, but we want also to assure the community that we are available to assist them at all time,” said the station com­ mander, Brig Rosina Mulaudzi. Thulamela Mayor Cllr Grace Mahosi urged communities to join hands with the police and work together in order to break the cycle of crime in the community.

“Together with our people we can deal criminals a hammer blow,” said Mahosi. The campaign started with a motor­ cade led by police on motorbikes and a convoy of police vehicles accompanying uniformed police in a march that has never been seen in Thohoyandou. Police in uniform marched through the streets of Thohoyandou to where the formal function was held. Speaking during the event, Mahosi said crime had become like a curse in Thoho­yandou and had negative implications for develop­ ment of the municipality. “We need to stand together to fight this scourge. Crime is bad and drives away investors

who are bringing development into our municipality,” she said. Major General Nyiketani Baloyi, who heads seven police stations in Vhembe, said communities had a role to play in the fight against crime. He urged community members to expose criminals, so that they could be arrested and put in jail. “Crime occurs in your areas. You know who the criminals are. Please expose them, so that they do not have anywhere to hide,” he said. He said they were happy that they man­ aged to arrest some kingpins in armed robbery through the assistance of the community, but they still needed help in arresting the remaining gangs.


“Book boarding in advance” Pet owners who wish to board their pets (cats and dogs) at the SPCA’s Louis Trichardt kennels during the December holidays must do so in advance. Bookings can only be made with Mrs Bea Reimer between 18:30 and 19:00 or with Lawrence Khodobo during the day between 08:00 and 16:00. No other bookings will be accepted. “Please do not leave a voice mes­ sage on any phone and presume your booking has been accepted. It will not Major General Nyiketani Baloyi, who appealed be accepted. We also ask that you do to communities to work together with the police not leave a message with one of the kennel staff,” said Rei­mer. All pets, in the fight against crime. cats and dogs, must be innocu­ lated, dewormed and bathed

or dipped before coming into the kennels. “We will need proof of yearly inoculations, as well as rabies inocu­ lation when you bring your pet in,” said Reimer. Inoculation must take place 10 days before the pet is brought to the kennels. Reimer and Khodobo must also be made aware of pets on medication while these are at the kennels. “If you intend leaving your pets at home during the holiday, please make adequate arrangements with a reliable person for them. Remember, there will be fireworks while you are away, so be prepared,” Reimer warned. The boarding fees are R30 per dog per day and R20 per cat per day. For more information, phone Re­ imer on 082 424 5712 or Khodobo at 082 965 5151.

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Statistics South Africa (Statssa) has moved swiftly to suspended eight census field workers over alleged nepotism. The suspensions came after communities of Phalawubeni and Mathura had accused a Statssa coordinator, Nkhesani Ngoveni, of hiring his rela­ tives. Subsequently, the communities boycotted the census. Lizah Ngovena and Tebogo Ngovena are both said to be Ngoveni’s sisters, while Olga Mbombi, Loyd Mavulwani and Lonah Mavulwani are alleg­ edly his cousins. It is alleged that Tumelo Selepe and Percy Mabunda are also related to him. The provincial executive manager for Statssa, Thabelani Mokwevho, confirmed the suspensions. “We have ensured that the counting will resume without any hiccups to cover the lost time,” said Mokhevho The Civic spokesperson, Mr Peter Mathebula, said the two communities were now relieved after the suspension of the eight. “As communities, we are giving South Africa a message to fight hard against nepotism and corruption within our soci­ ety,” said Mathebula


28 October 2011 11 By Elmon Tshikhudo

By Andries van Zyl

Top awards for local Justice Centre Legal Aid South Africa’s justice centre in Louis Trichardt managed to scoop up six of the 12 category awards during the group’s annual Limpopo and Mpumalanga achiever awards ceremony. Five employees from the Le­ gal Aid office in Louis Trichardt were also among those hon­ oured during the ceremony held at Bundu Lodge in Mbombela

on 13 October. Mr Mpho Mush­ ome was second runner-up in the category Candidate Attorney of the Year, while Mr Donald Tshimbiluni won the Lawyer of the Year category. Mr Thomas Madzaga was first runner-up in the category Manager of the Year, while Mr Samuel Malima was second runner-up in the category Brand Ambassador of the Year. Mrs Karen Bez­

uidenhout was first runner-up in the category Bright Spark of the Year. The Makhado Justice Centre itself was first runner-up in the category Justice Centre of the Year These awards are set to en­ courage, recognize and pro­ mote performance, excellent customer service, client and citizen relations and a passion for justice.

Pictured during the awards ceremony are (from left) Mrs South Africa 2010/11 Laurette Batstone (speaker), Mr Thomas Madzaga (Makhado Justice Centre executive) and Ms Zanele Msweli (regional operations executive Limpopo/Mpumalanga region). Photo supplied. Health matters

Facts to consider to prevent heat stroke As summer is heating up, ER24 has issued a statement with important facts to consider on how to prevent heat exhaustion and how to deal with heatrelated emergencies. The past week, residents expe­ rienced severe heat conditions. During such conditions, the public are reminded to stay well hydrated and out of the direct midday sun. People should also ensure that they wear appropriate clothing and sun cream when outside. “Should you partake in out­ door activities, make sure that you have adequate resting ses­ sions and keep hydrated at all

times. Do not consume excessive amounts of alcohol and ensure that there is appropriate adult supervision when children are swimming,” said ER24’s Werner Vermaak. Vermaak warned that babies and the elderly are more likely to suffer from heatstroke, due to inadequate thermal regula­ tion systems and urged family members to monitor them closely during periods of severe heat. “It is also important that you do not leave your children or animals in a vehicle, even with the windows open. It is often that people focus their attention on other humans, but we should

also keep our pets in mind,” Vermaak said. The symptoms of heatstroke or heat exhaustion include severe headache, weakness or disorien­ tation, nausea or vomiting, mus­ cle cramps and severe thirst. “It is important that a person presenting with these signs and symptoms be closely monitored as it could result in the patient’s losing consciousness or having seizures, which could result in death,” Vermaak warned. Persisting signs and symptoms of any of the above may need im­ mediate medical attention. “Rather seek medical help im­ mediately,” Vermaak said.

Activist-granny Pophi (91) laid to rest A 91-year-old granny, who worked tions towards the liberation struggle. tirelessly as an underground activAddressing the mourners, Premier ist to make sure the country was lib- Cassel Mathale said he was very erated, was given a hero’s funeral touched when informed about the at the weekend. passing away of the granny. “We have Granny Phophi Shandukani Luvha­ heard of the good things she had done ni of Mukula outside Thohoyandou for this community and the country. was buried like a queen. We felt it would be a good thing that Hundreds of mourners from all we come and be with the family, to walks of life packed the Mukula lend them support in these trying Seventh Day Adventist Church hall times,” he said. Activist granny Phophi to capacity. Speaker after speaker “She played a pivotal part during Shandukani Luvhani, described the good things the old the armed struggle, harbouring our who was laid to rest granny had done and her contribu­ cadres and cooking for them under during the weekend. difficult conditions,” he added. Her son, Chris Luvhani, a former po­ litical activist and now a well-known business­ man, has fond memories of his mother. “I re­ member when comrades were around. She would prepare more food and informers would pass the information to the police. She never once allowed herself to be used by the police to sell us out. She would be interrogated and po­ lice would never gain anything from her. She was so full of love that she would sacrifice eve­ rything for us and the course we had taken,” Premier Cassel Mathale (centre) and other government officials with the he added. Luvhani family during the funeral. By Peter Muthambi

Luruli promises better services to Nkuzana Makhado Municipality Mayor Cllr Mavhungu Luruli met the residents of the Nkuzana area outside Elim last week to listen to their service delivery concerns. Luruli said the government did not only go to the people dur­ ing elections. “This is a caring government and we are always available to address challenges,” she said. She added that she was aware that there were still challenges

which residents faced with in their areas. She urged community members to work closely with the municipality to overcome their challenges. The residents complained about the lack of electricity sup­ ply, water, lack of transport in the area and damaged streets. Mr Richard Mtileni, a wheel­ chair-bound resident, said that the municipality had built toilets for the residents, but they were not user-friendly for the disabled.

“The municipality must also erect ramps, so that it can be easy for disabled people to access them,” he said. He added that the streets were only graded when there were funerals in the area. Other residents complained that their pension grants were sometimes stopped for no reason. Luruli promised the residents that all the challenges facing them would be addressed. She also appealed to them to participate during the IDP meetings.

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“Hard work pays,” said the guest speaker, Mr Ronald Mut­ sila, during the Reris In­ surance Broker’s thanks­ giving event for clients, which was held at the Mountain View Hotel on Sunday. Mutsila said Africans needed to come back to their senses and respect their traditional leaders and businesspeople must

respect their clients. “We have to be proud of what the MD of Reris, Mr David Mureri, did for us,” said Mutsila. “Our people must be taught that there is nothing wrong with visiting a broker like Mureri,” he said. He fur­ ther encouraged the Mureris to work closely with traditional leaders. “We still have a huge challenge to teach our people that they must invest with the right people, such as Mureri.” Mutsila said Reri’s is about helping the community, not an enrichment or money-making strategy.

Some of Reris Insurance´s clients. The workers at the Louis Trichardt branch of Reris Insurance, Matodzi Mudau, Audry Ramaloko, Abrina Ramuselei and Jeaneth Nemauluma.

The event organisers, Mrs and Mr Maphaha. The best-dressed couple, Mr and Mrs Mukwevho, photographed with Ms and Mrs Mureri.

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The programme director of the event, Mr Bethuel Malenga, Dr Makatu and Mr Ragwala.

Mr and Mrs Mureri, photographed with the best-dressed lady, Mrs Takalani Serakalala.

“We strongly condem fly-by-night insurance organisations, who rob people of their hard-earned cash. If there is something that businesspeo­ ple do not understand clearly, it is the importance of seeking advice from experienced people who are not giv­ ing people raw deals.” The managing director of Reris Insurance Brokers, Mr David Mureri, said that his company was committed to providing the best quality service to their clients. He further stated that his company was one of the the largest companies in the province. According to him, his company is committed to community develop­ ment in many ways. He reiterated the fact that the com­ pany will always plough a part of their profit back into the communities that are supporting them. “Our business partners are commu­ nity members from different chiefs around Vhembe who have always helped to uplift the standard of life for the indigent members of our com­ munities. We are looking forward to other business ventures until we win this war against poverty and unem­ ployment.” Vhamusanda Ronald Magadani urged other businesspeople to invest in the province. “You will never make a mistake by investing at Reris Insurance, because one development leads to another,” he added.

The guest speaker, Mr Ronald Mutsila.


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raphed Pupils of Nngweni High photog centre at the Makhado Multipurpose fortnight during the matric dance a bela, ago. From left are Mushe Bam MabiriTshiwela Mufhadi, Shonisani misa and Mathan Matshidza.

Top: Masedi Combined School´s teachers and Grade 12 pupils pose for a photo during the matric dance that was held at Ingwe Hotel. Right: Tshilisanani Marumo and Thendo Ratombo, two pupils of Nngweni High, during the matric dance held at the Makhado Multipurpose centre.

Prudence Mavula and Th abo Thulare were chosen as the best-dressed couple du ring the recent matric dance of Litshovhu High.

Top: Looking stunning at Masedi Combined School´s matric dance are Vhukhudo Nengudza and Shoni Mukhithi. It was held at the Ingwe Hotel a fortnight ago. Bottom: Rudzani Khadammbi and Takalani Maeko of Litshovhu High, photographed during their matric dance.

and Takalani Rudzani Khadammbi High, photoMaeko of Litshovhu matric dance. graphed during their

matric Lwamondo High Dressed for the konwani, ft, Tryphinah Tshi dance are, from le goba and , Emmanuel Tshi Samuel Maphula Rofhiwa Phidza. Bottom: The Grade 12s of Lwamondo High have vowed to make the school proud by passing with exemption. Here they are seen chilling out at Porche Villa Hotel, just before the start of the examinations.

Tshilisanani Marumo and Then­ do Ra­tombo, two pupils of Nngweni High, during the matric dance held at the Makhado Multipurpose centre.

Selby Malange and Takalani Sithari of Litshovhu High.

The matric ladies of the LTT Murunwa School of Excellence look beautiful during the school´s matric dance.

Muleamuleli Hadzhi (left) complements Fhumulani Netshilata in pink and black. They were enjoying themselves during the Lwamondo High School matric dance on Friday.

Bethuel Nevari and Tshamano Ravhura were looking fabulous during Masedi Combined´s matric dance.

Top: Doctor Khodobo and Olga Mabasha are stylish in black clothes during the matric dance of Litshovhu High at the Porchvilla Hotel.

Muelekanyi Maphangwa and Phumudzo Mafanale, photographed at the Lwamondo High School matric dance.

Mpho Rambuda and Fulufhelo Sekhwela of Lit shovhu High.


28 October 2011 15 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

New album for Asnath Mulaudzi

Four policewomen from the Makhado SAPS Cluster were recently promoted. Lieutenant Peggy Baloyi (left) and Lieutenant Martha Maluleke (second from left) were promoted to the rank of captain. Captain Merlyn Mabatha (second from right) ad Captain Dumi Mahomed (right) were both promoted to lieutenant-colonels.

Makhado Municipality’s mayor, Cllr Mavhungu Luruli, praised Ms Violet Phulwana for her sacrifice and hard work in society. This was during Phulwana´s 80th birthday celebration held at Vleifontein last Friday. Phulwana is a former matron at the Vleifontein Health Centre. Luruli compared Phulwana with Florence Nightingale. Luruli (second from right) is photographed with Phulwana (right), her husband Livingstone (second from left) and Cllr Vincent Mahladise (left) during the celebration.

If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again. This is true even for musicians who tend to lose confidence when their debut albums don’t do well. One musician who refused to give up after her first attempt is Asnath Mulaudzi (39). She released her debut album in 2009, which didn’t penetrate the market mainly because of the poor sound quality. Today she has just come forth with a new album, titled Mbilu Yanga, which is loosely translated as ‘My Heart’. “I didn’t like the result of my first music project,” she says. “I am even ashamed to call Zwothe Zwine Nda Vha Zwone my first album. I con­ sider the second album to be the first one.” She says she is very satisfied with the techni­ cal quality of Mbilu Yanga and that fans must expect to enjoy the variety of rhythm and melo­ dies in the songs. “I also sing

in Shona and Xitsonga,” she says with passion for her work. “The album contains ten tracks which will definitely connect you with God.” Asnath agrees with the fans who say her strength as a mu­ sician lies in the quality of her voice. Recently, she was commissioned to compose two songs for the Muhuyu Day celebration, which took place on 24 August. Among the digni­ taries who attended the function was Vho-Thovhele Kennedy Tshivhase, who was clearly impressed by her performance. “I composed two songs in praise of Mahosi (Chiefs), the subjects and the land we live in,” she marvels. “I sang strongly about unity, harmony and prosperity. They liked my music, which made me feel happy.” Despite the acknowledge­ ment she is receiving from fans and traditional leaders, Asnath

has not gained much from her toil. She blames it all on the spread of piracy. “This ten-ten method of piracy is killing us,” she says, referring to the fact that those who pirate the music albums sell them for a mere R10, which is almost nothing when compared to the normal price of the original work. “Some of us end up selling our CDs cheaply in order to beat piracy, which is a pity in itself because we lose more. Apart from people who manage me as an artist, I’ve got two dancers whom I must pay.” Soon she is all smiles when she tells Mirror that her favour­ ite singers are Rebecca Malope and Lusanda of Lusanda Spir­ itual Group. She says they sing from the heart. “Like these celebrated singers, piracy will never make me lose heart,” she concludes. “I am not in the music industry by chance. I am here to stay!”

Asnath Mulaudzi (centre) with her two dancers, Talifhani Netshifhefhe and Rofhiwa Masindi.


16 28 October 2011 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Thulamela traffic officials ready for festive season Thulamela Mayor Grace Mahosi said the council’s new traffic vehicles could not have come at a better time. She was handing over 11 traffic vehicles to the traffic section of the municipality on Monday. The new vehicles are nine sedans, a breakdown vehicle and one van.

The vehicles cost R3,5million. Unveil­ ing the vehicles, an upbeat Mahosi said the cars came at the right time when the festive season was just knocking on the door. “We would love to have an accident-free fes­ tive season and this can only be realised if there is visible traffic policing. We hope the new patrol cars will come in handy and


will help reduce road accidents during this hectic time,” said Mahosi. She said as a municipality they cared about people’s safety and this was the reason why they had beefed up their fleet. Thulamela traffic chief Thinandavha Munwana said their aim was to have more and more officers and cars to match the ever-increasing number of drivers and vehicles. “We are fully prepared for the festive season, and we are not target­ ting any specific group but all who do not heed the rules of the road,” he said. He warned motorists to obey all rules as they will be shown no mercy during this time. Community services manager Mr Mmbulun­ geni Madi said the new fleet was part of the municipality’s plans to have more officers on the roads in order to increase visibilty. “With Christmas approaching, we are expecting a high traffic volume, which will need more officers on the road. We are fully prepared to deal with the situation,” he said. He said the vehicles would be distributed to the whole of Thu­ lamela, including the three towns of Malam­ ulele, Thohoyandou and Sibasa.

Mayor Mahosi (second from left) hands over the keys to the new vehicles to Thulamela traffic chief Mr Thinandavha Munwana. Also in the picture are traffic officers and senior municipal officials. Crime

Three to sit 18 years for rape A fortnight ago, the Limpopo High Court in Thohoyandou sentenced three men to 18 years each in jail for rape. This was for an incident that took place on the 3rd of June 2007 at Ha-Mashamba village in the Tshitale area. Nyambeni Netshivhangani (29), Michael Davhana Hamisi (36) and Kuvhanganani Munyai (26) confront­ ed a 17-year-old girl and threatened her and her boyfriend with violence. They then dragged her into the nearby bushes and took turns to rape her. The woman later laid charges of rape against the accused at the police

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28 October 2011 17 By Elmon Tshikhudo

By Elmon Tshikhudo

Tshifudi women keep bodies and minds fit Ralushai’s name to be immortalised A group of women in the rural Tshifudi village have come up with an idea to keep themselves busy. As this is one of the most rural areas in the Thulamela Munici­ pality, common sense dictates that resources are scarce. Like most rural areas, the area lacks entertainment and most of the villagers are unemployed. The situation is such that many start indulging in alcohol and illicit sex. But a group of 30, mostly unemployed, women has opted out of the temptations and

is focused on doing something that can improve their lives. Everyone is talking soccer and traditional dancing in the village. They organized themselves into a soccer team and have a tra­ ditional dance group. Faranani Wo­men’s Club was formed late last year. Started by fewer than ten women, the club is growing by leaps and bounds. Today, the club boasts more than 30 members who do not miss their daily practice sessions. They do not have uniforms, but this does not discourage them from participating in sport. They play wearing tattered shirts and shawls. They do not even have a proper soccer ball or a play­ ing ground. The leader of the group, Tshilidzi Ne­ m a ­s i w a n a , says jobs are scarce and most, if not all, of their mem­b ers are unemployed. A barefoot player shows how it is done during “We live in a a game. The women are determined to make it, rural area and even without the necessary resources. there is noth­

ing to do here, but we felt that we could not just sit down or roam the streets aimlessly with nothing to do. We decided to take charge of our lives and keep ourselves busy,” she said. She says the first thing that came to mind was a soccer team. “We were fewer than 10 when we started here at this small ground, but as time went on, more and more women from the different villages here joined us.“ “We have two groups. Some of us play soccer while others are involved in traditional danc­ ing and this gives room for us all to participate in the games in one way or another. The exercise keeps our bodies fit and healthy while at the same time giving us an opportunity to improve our soccer and traditional dancing skills, “she said. There used to be a problem where many women used their grant money to gamble, but all that has come to an end, due to the introduction of the club in the village. “We have talented players here who, if properly nurtured, could make it in big leagues and sometimes even represent this district in the provincial squad,” she said. Those wishing to help the women can do so by contact­ ing Tshilidzi at 073 247 3731

Esteemed academic Prof Victor Ralushai might have died, but plans are at an advanced stage to have his name immortalised. Communities in Vhembe, led by Mphaphuli senior traditional leader Vho Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli and structures from the surrounding villages, have come with the idea to name the main street entering Mbilwi after the late academic. The idea was discussed with the family during the funeral service of the academic giant at Mbaleni cemetery a fortnight ago. Speaking at the cemetery, community leader

Aifheli Magoloi, who represented many civic structures from surrounding villages, said the late professor’s name should not be allowed to die. “This gentle giant has done more than enough for the country. His name cannot just go into obscu­ rity; it must be immortalised. As a community, we felt the best way to remember him would be to name the biggest street entering Mbilwi after him,” he said. Magoloi said negotiations were at an advanced stage with stakeholders, which included the mu­ nicipality. “We are very confident that this idea will be bought by all as it concerns a great man. By Elmon Tshikhudo We are not talking about an ordinary person but a vessel of knowledge that most looked up to for solutions,” he said. The family of the late professor said it was a good idea that the community could think of preserving his name. Family spokesperson Dickson Ralushai said the African communities have depended on tradi- idea augured well for the family. “Though it came tional healers to heal their ailments for many as a surprise, we are very excited about the idea.” decades. Over a period of time, the status of traditional healing has been taking a downward slide. Those who consult do so in the dark of the night and many speak in low tones about the topic. They are some­ times also associated with forces of darkness. With the government’s admission that traditional healers have a role to play in the South Africa’s society, more healers are now coming out of their cocoons and proudly parade themselves as healers. One such traditional health practitioner is Bennett Hlungwani from Mokopane. Hlungwani specialises in selling traditional herbs around the Mopani district. Always clad in green matching pants, topped with an Orlando Pirates hat, one can hardly suspect him of being anything other than a simple soccer fanatic. Bennett’s knowledge of roots has earned him the respect from other traditional leaders in the province, many of whom come to buy their herbs from him. “I don’t sell this only to traditional heal­ The True Vine Church in Waterval presented ers but also to everybody who needs it, including a certificate of appreciation to Mr Amie the doctors, chemists, and ordinary people in the Chhaya for assistance rendered during the streets,” he explained. Although herbalists or tra­ church´s recent men´s forum event. Pictured ditional healers are largely considered inferior in here is Chhaya, displaying his certificate. modern society, they are very popular in African countries. According to the World Health Organisa­ tion (WHO), an estimated 80% of the population in Africa use traditional medicines, while in South Africa alone, about 70% of the population is said to consult traditional healers when they are ill. Despite the organised healthcare systems and hospitals built around the world, which continue THETA SETA / CATHSSETA ACCREDITED to dominate the health systems of all countries, ACCREDITATION NO. 613/p/000162/2010 traditional healers have, over the years, stood LOUIS TRICHARDT their ground in many communities. According to LAST REGISTRATION!!! - 2011 Hlungwani, this is because some of the diseases that require special attention, which is not available in the modern system of health care. “For example, when a patient has been be­ witched, which is a common belief amongst Four months programme. Africans, modern health care is overlooked and traditional healing is the only option. That’s where 084 695 6522 or 076 810 3274 patients opt to come to us for a cure,” he said.

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Rural women have come together to make a meaningful change in their lives. They have a football team and traditional dance group. By Peter Muthambi

Killed in accident

A 21-year-old man died mysteriously after a wall of a house he was trying to demolish fell on him. The incident happened at Tsianda outside Tshakhuma in the Lwamondo area last Saturday. Mr Dovhani Mu­ laudzi was helping out at his friend’s house when a wall they were demolishing fell on him. Those who were working with him then removed the bricks that Site to be developed as had fallen on him. He per tenants requirements was critically injured and an ambulance was near old Checkers in called in to rush him to hospital. Louis Trichardt. Confirming the in­ Total area 3460m2. cident, W/O Solly Mukhola of the Levubu Ideal location for police said that although Mulaudzi was rushed to Attorneys, Doctors, the nearby Tshilidzini Consultants etc. hospital, he died two hours after being admit­ ted to the hospital. “The police have opened an inquest dock­ et, following the inci­ dent,” added Mukhola. According to him, the incident occurred at about 12:05.


The Tshilwavhusiku police have opened a missing person’s file, following the disappearance of Phathutshedzo Nemukondeni of Ravele village on 15 October. He was last seen when he left home that day for the nearby Gogobole village to attend a church service. He is a member of the Zion Christian Church and is a Grade 10 pupil at Magoni Secondary school. Anyone with information about Phathutshedzo´s whereabouts can contact Detective W/O Willie Sirunwa on 073 2569 881 or 015 519 6000.

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18 28 October 2011 By Frank Mavhungu

By Frank Mavhungu

Nobela Stars shine over Rospa United In their Vodacom Promotional League match that was played at the Tshifulanani Stadium on Saturday, Nobela All Stars were too good for Rospa United, whom they beat 3-1. All Stars made their inten­ tions clear from the onset. Their strikers kept on knocking on United's door. The United strikers, Happy Mahuntsi and Mashudu Mashapha, could not

live up to the fans’ expectations as they were tightly marked. All Stars opened their account in the 24th minute. Leabua Lemena tried his luck with a ground cutter from outside the box and the keeper of United, Tshifhiwa Netshisaulu, watched helplessly as the ball hit the back of the net. Mashudu Mashapha of United was brought down within the penalty box seven minutes thereafter. The ref­

eree, Thebelo Tshienda, never hesitated to point at the penalty spot. Marks Munyai converted the goal. Rinae Phaswana of All Stars was reprimanded with a card, following a late tackle on Mashudu Mashapha in the 44th minute. The score was still 1-1 when the proceedings for the first half came to an end. United introduced Thomas Makhubele and Shan­ dukani Mukoma for Happy Mahuntsi and Sibusiso Shabangu re­ spectively. A substi­ tute, Sydwell Ritsuri, scored Stars’ second goal with a header. The keeper of Nobela, Harold Ndlovu, was cautioned for wasting time . Pressure continued to mount on the de­ fence of United and Thembisani Nevhu­ lamba was brought down within the box. It was a clear penalty for All Stars. Vusimuzi Rhulani Manganye of Stars protects the ball from Shonisani Leaka Phiri made no mistake of United. from the penalty spot. Fixtures

Dynamos and Bay in Limpopo derby Giyani Stadium will be the best place to be on Sunday afternoon. That is where the NFD league match between the two Limpopo-based sides, Dynamos and Bay United, will be staged. It will be the first time for the two sides to meet in a league fixture, as Bay United were cam­ paigning in the Coastal Stream while Dynamos were in the In­ land division last season. Dynamos are still in shock af­ ter giving away points to Chippa United, to whom they lost 1-3

at the Philipi Stadium in Cape Town last Friday evening. United must keep a close eye on the Dynamos strikers, Rudzani Ra­ mudzuli and Booler Chabalala, to avoid an upset. The match will start at 15:30. In other NFD matches that will be played on Sunday, FC Cape Town will entertain the rookies, Sevutsa Stars, at the NNK Rugby Stadium in the Western Cape; Mpumalanga Black Aces will meet Carara Kicks at the Puma Rugby Stadium in Witbank; the University of Pretoria will lock

horns with Vasco da Gama at the Absa Tuks Stadium and African Warriors will host Witbank Spurs at the Charles Mopedi Stadium. Two matches will be played to­ morrow afternoon. Thanda Royal Zulu and FC AK will meet at the Richards Bay Stadium, while Atlie FC will host the logleaders, Blackburn Rovers, at the Senaba Stadium in Johannesburg. In the only match that will be played this evening, Chippa United will play against United FC at the Phillipi Stadium in Cape Town.

Chippa defeat Dynamos in NFD match Last weekend saw Dynamos donate three league points to Chippa United when they lost 1-3 in their NFD encounter at the Phillipi Stadium. Dynamos opened the score when Joseph Mahl­ angu hit the back of the net. The home side did not press the panic button, but they continued to play like a united team in their search for the equal­ iser. They retaliated in the 37th minute. Welcome Qalanto dribbled past two Dynamos defenders in a row and blasted in a rocket to bring the halftime score to 1-1. Chippa increased the margin through Masonwabe Bovu in the 9th minute of the second half. Dynamos lost hope after Chippa United put matters beyond doubt in the 78th minute. Clayton Edem found the net, following a beautiful pass from Jonathan Stemmer. FC Cape Town scored another away victory, overpowering Carara Kicks 1-0. Witbank Spurs’ new signee, Victor Ngunyule, was the man of the moment when his goal gave his side renewed hope in their fight against relega­ tion. They beat Atlie FC 1-0 at the Puma Rugby

Stadium. FC AK beat Mpumalanga Black Aces 2-1 at the Eldorado Park Stadium. Thanda Royal Zulu beat Blackburn Rovers 2-1 at the Buffalo City Stadium. Fixtures

The Dolpins ready The defending champions in the Limpopo Stream of the Vodacom Promotional League, Baroka FC, will travel to the Malamulele Stadium to rub shoulders with FC Basel. Phungo All Stars will host Blue Rocks and Rospa United will meet Giyani Hotspurs at the Giyani Stadium. Winners Park will take on Mighty FC, Modi­ molle Aces will visit Fanang Diatla and Lephalale Young Killers will play at home against Dinare. Nobela All Stars will meet The Dolphins, while Magezi and Super Eagles will meet at the Seshego Stadium.

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Oscar Stars unexpectedly beat Tshiozwi Makhitha Oscar Stars proved all the critics wrong when they unexpectedly beat Tshiozwi Dynamos 1-0 in their Safa Vhembe SAB league match played at the Tshiozwi grounds on Saturday. The score was not a true reflec­ tion of the match, as the home side missed countless chances. Dynamos had their first taste of bad luck in the 12th minute, when Aluwani Nedzamba shot into the opposing keeper's hands from the penalty area. Godwin Mahuwa was the first player to receive a yellow card. The Kutama lads realised that it would be difficult to find the net if they continued volleying from behind. Dynamos should have scored in the 42nd minute, but their demon-striker, Mpho Mavhandu, missed the chance. No goals were scored in the first half. The second half started at a snail's pace, with both teams struggling to penetrate each other’s defence.

Dynamos gained momentum as the game progressed and in the 64th minute their lethal striker, Aluwani Nedzamba, shot wide, with the keeper well-beaten.

Stars scored in the 78th minute via Nthungufhadzeni Ramut­ shila, after he received well cooked pass from Khathutshelo Ramuedzisi.

Ally Seroba and Aluwani Nedzamba both try to get to the ball.

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LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING 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: 1953/2011, Surname: NETSHIDZIVHE, Christian names: RATSHILUMELA GIDEON, Identity number: 600501 6029 087, Last Address: Erf 224, Block G, Thohoyandou Location Married in community of property. Christian names and surname of surviving spouse: NETSHIDZIVHE TAKALANI DOREEN Id No: 660303 0561 083 Master’s office: THOHOYANDOU AR Madia Attorneys Office no G21, Old Mutual Building, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001

IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF THOHOYANDOU HELD AT THOHOYANDOU Case Number: 1031/2011 In the matter between:MANYAGA THIVAFUNI NELSON Execution Creditor AND MUKWENA LAW AND CREDIT CONTROL Execution Debtor NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In pursuance of the Judgment in the Court of the Magistrate of Thohoyandou and warrant of execution dated th 05th August 2011. The following goods will be sold in execution of this the 18th November 2011 at the Sheriff’s Office: To the highest bidder without warranties or representations. Debtor being MUKWENA LAW AND CREDIT CONTROL a company with limited liability duly registered in terms of Laws of the Republic of South Africa and of which the principal place of business is at Thohoyandou, P. East, opposite SARS offices, district Thohoyandou. 1 x 3 Computer Set, 1 x 1 Office Table, 1 x 2 Printer Machine, 1 x 4 Piece Lounge Suit, 1 x 1 Water / Cooler (Gylax), 1 x 1 TV Set (V Zone), 1 x 1 Steel CABINET, 1 X 1 Office Chairs. Dated at THOHOYANDOU on this 24th day of October 2011. Anton Ramaano Attorneys Attorneys for Execution Creditor House no: 902, P West, CNR University & Mphephu Drive, Opposite Khoroni Hote/ Venda Plaza, P O Box 2246, Thohoyandou, 0950 Tel: 015 962 2232 / 2236 Fax: 015 962 5009 Cell: 072 173 8505/ 073 983 2120 REF: AR/TM/CV.1940

EXECUTOR’S NOTICE TO LODGE CLAIMS AGAINST A DECEASED ESTATE In the Estate of the late Kesapongo Joseph Molaudzi (Identity Number:400720 5237 08 5), who was ordinarily resident at Tswinga Village, Vuwani, Limpopo Province and who died at Tshilidzini Hospital on 22/12/2010 and her surviving spouse Julia Mulaudzi (Identity Number: 460708 0181 08 2), Estate Number 51/2011. All persons having claims against the above estate are hereby called upon to file their claims with the undersigned within 30 days from the date of publication hereof. Dated and Signed at Thohoyandou on this 4th day of July 2011 (Signed) HAMMANNMOOSA INC. Office G01 Metropolitan building THOHOYANDOU P.O.Box 1052 Makhado, 0920 TEL FAX: (015) 962 0302 REF: IF/ hm/TCM/AEO 6508

NOTICE OF LAND DEVELOPMENT AREA APPLICATION (REGULATION 21(10) OF THE DEVELOPMENT FACILITATION REGULATIONS IN TERMS OF THE DEVELOPMENT FACILITATION ACT, 1995) Mavona and Associates Development Consultants, P O Box 727, Bendor 0713 on behalf of David Mabasa (the land development applicant) has lodged an application for the establishment of a Land Development Area in terms of the Development Facilitation Act 1995 (act 67 of 1995). The application for the development will consist of an area zoned “Business 1” with a special consent of the Local Municipality (clause 21) for a Shopping Centre and a Filling Station on a portion of the farm Malmesbury 72 LT, 31 274 m2 in extent and will consist of the following: *20 shops 7959.25 m2. *Ablutions: 152.00 m2 *Quick shop: 367.00 m2 *Pumps area: 255.00 m2 *Carwash: 68.87 m2 *Diesel pump: 58.50 m2 *Total area: 9091.22 m2 The land use rights shall be controlled by Makhado Land Use Management Scheme, 2009. The site of application is situated adjacent to Ka- Bungeni Village approximately 22Km South East from Elim and approximately 50km west of Makhado. The relevant plans documents and information are available for inspection at C/o Rabe & Landdros Mare Street, Polokwane and the Land Development Applicant for a period of 21 days from 21 October 2011. The application will be considered at a Tribunal Hearing to be held at Bungeni Tribal Office, Bungeni Village, on 18 November 2011 at 10:00. Any person having an interest in the application should please note: 1.You may within a period of 21 (Twenty One) days from the date of the first publication of this notice, provide the Land Development Applicant with your written objections or representations. Any person who intends appearing at the Tribunal Hearing must attend the Hearing Conference either personally or through his/ her duly authorised representative; 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 authorised representative before the Tribunal at the Pre-Hearing Conference held. Any written objection or representation must be delivered to the Land Development Applicant at his or her address set out below within the said period of 21 days, and you may contact the Designated Officer if you have any queries on Tel 015 284 5000 and Fax 015 295 8170, Email: netshitomboniht@limdlgh. Contact: Khosa J.D, P O Box 727 Bendor 0713 Tel: 015-297 5433, Cell: 083

490 2005, Fax: 086 600 7119 Email: Mavona.jd@ XITIVISO XA XIKOMBELO XO HLUVUKISA MISAVA (XINAWANA XA 21 (10) XA NAWU WO HLOHLETELA NHLUVUKO KUYA HI NAWU WA DEVELOPMENT FACILITATION ACT, 1995) Mavona and Associates Development Consultants, PO Box 727, Bendor 0713 hi ku yimela David Mabasa (Muhluvukisi) va endlile xikombelo xa ku hluvukisa misava kuya hi nawu wa Development Facilitation Act, 1995 (Act 67 of 1995). Xikombelo xo hluvukisa xi tava xiendliwa eka ndzhawu leyi zoniweke ntlawa wo sungula wa Swamabindzu, yi thlela yi va na pfumelelo kusuka eka Masipala wa xikaya (clause 21) kuva na ndzhawu ya Swamabindzu na Garaji ya Mafurha ya Mimovha eka xiphemu xa Purasi ra Malmesbury 72 LT, lexi ringanaka 31 274 m2 na kambe hluvuko wu tava hi ndlela leyi: *Mavhengele ya 20 lama nga tava 7959.25m2 hi katsakanyo *Swiyindlwana leswi nga ta va mpimo wa 152.00m2 *Quik shop leyi nga ta va mpimo wa 367.00m2 *Ndzhawu ya timpopo leyi nga ta va mpimo wa 255.00m2 *Ndzhawu yo hlatshwela Mimovha leyi nga ta va 68.87 m2 *Mpopo ya Dizele leyi nga tava eka mpimo wa 58.50m2 *Ndzhawo hinkwayo hi ku katsakanya yi tava 9091.22 m2 Matimba ya vutirhisi bya misava yi tava ya lawuriwa hi Xikimi xa vulawuri bya matirhiselo ya misava xa Makhado, 2009. Ndzhawu ya xikombelo lexi yile etikweni ra ka Bungeni Tikhilomitara ta kolomu ka 22 kusuka e-Elim na kambe yi Tikhilomitara ta kolumu ka 50 kusuka e-Makhado. Maphepa ya tipulani na vuxoko-xoko byo tala byi kona ku va byi hlahluviwa e-Polokwane ka khona ya xitarata xa Rabe na Landdros Mare, xikombelo lexi xo hluvukisa misava xi tava kona ku ringana masiku ya 21 kusuka hi ti 21 Ndzhati 2011. Xikombelo lexi xi ta hlamuseriwa eka tshamo wa Tribunal lowu nga ta va kona e- Tribal ya ka Bungeni hi ti 18 Nhlangula 2011, hi nkarhi wa 10h00. Munhu un’wana na un’wana loyi a nga na ku tsakela eka xikombela lexi a tsundzuke leswi landzelaka: 1.Eka masiku ya 21 ku sukela siku leri xitiviso xi humelerisiweke hi rona, mi nga nyika swisolo na swibumabumelo leswi tsariweke mayelana na hluvuko lowu hi vulavulaka hi wona. munhu u n’wana na un’wana loyi a lavaka ku va kona eka tshamo wo hetelela wa tribunal u fanele a ava kona kumbe a rhumela munhu loyi a n’wi hlawuleke. 2.Loko swibumabumelo swa wena swi va swisolo eka hluvuko lowu, u fanele u ta swi hlamusela kumbe muyimeri wa wena loyi

u n’wi hlawuleke a swi hlamusela eka tshamo wo yingisela wa Tribunal. Swisolo na swi bumabumelo swin’wana na swin’wana leswi tsariweke swi nga rhumeriwa eka muyimeri wa mukomberi wa hluvukiso wa misava ka masiku ya 21 lama vuriweke eka kherhefu leyi nga ta tsariwa laha hansi. Loko mi ri na swivutiso mi nga ti hlanganisa na Muofisiri loyi a hlawuriweke eka Foni ya 015 284 5000, Fekisi ya 015 295 8170 kumbe Email ya Tihlanganiseni na: Khosa J.D, PO Box 727, Bendor, 0713, Foni: 083 490 2005, Fekisi: 086 600 7119, email: Mavona.jd@gmail. com. NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in respect of the Late Tsameleni Joseph Mkhasi, Estate No: 728/2011, shall lie in inspecion at the Giyani Magistrate’s Court for a period of 21 days calculated from from the 28 October 2011 Dated at Giyani on this 1st day of September 2011 Noel Chauke Attorneys Executrix agent to the Kwatisa Mijaji Mkansi Office no: 228 Old Mutual building Giyani P O Box 1422 Giyani 0826 Tel: 015 812 1574 Fax: 015 812 1575 Ref: CH/MN/0139/11 EST NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATES In the estate of late: MAEMU JOHANNES KHOROMBI, of Identity number: 60031533089, of number 485 THOHOYANDOU BLOCK J - MULEDANE, Thulamela Municipality who died on 27th day of August 2011, and who was customarily married to MASHUDU ERICAS MPHAYA of Identity Number: 6805151278088 Estate No. 2093/2011 All persons having claims against the above mentioned are called upon to lodge their claims with the undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication hereof. Dated and Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 18th day of October 2011 Mashudu Ericas Mphaya C/O WISANI BALOYI ATTORNEYS Office no: 242/245, 02nd Floor, Old Mutual Building, Thohoyandou P O Box 1420, Malamulele, 0982, Tel/Fax: 015 962 5816 Ref: BALOYI/EST 06/11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE All persons having claims against the under mentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publication hereof. Estate no: 2233/2011, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou, Surname: Mashaba, Christian Names: Bethuel, Date

of Birth: 13/09/1963, Identity No: 6309135646080, Last Address: Bungeni, Hlanganani district, Date of Death:2011/10/19 S V Phuravhathu Attorneys Office no: 6, 1st Floor 94 Krogh Street, Louis Tr i c h a r d t , R e f : P S V / EST.002 Period allowed for lodgement of claims is within (30) thirty days from date of publication. Tel/fax: 015 516 3690 THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY NOTICE FOR REZONING It is hereby notified that an application has been made by the firm Fulwana Planning Consultants on behalf of the registered owners for rezoning of Portion 1 of Erf 789 Thohoyandou-P from “Residential 1” to “Special” for the purpose of Medical Consulting Rooms. The application and the relevant documents are open for inspection at the office of the Senior Manager: Planning and development, Thulamela Local Municipality, First Floor, Thohoyandou, for 28 days from the 28th of October 2011. Objection to the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the municipality manager, Thulamela Municipality, Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950, for a period of 28 days from the 28th of October 2011. Address of authorized agent: Fulwana Planning Consultants, P.O. Box 55980, Polokwane, 0700. Tel: (015)297-6060. Fax: 086 663 5119/015 297-4040. THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY NDIVHADZO YA U SHANDUKISWA HA KUSHUMISELE KWA MAVU Vha khou ḓivhadziwa uri huna khumbelo yo itiwaho nga vha Fulwana Planning Consultants, vho imela muṋe wa tshitentsi tshi ḓivheyaho sa Portion 1 ya Erf 789 Thohoyandou-P, ya u shandukisa kushumisele kwa mavu,u bva kha muṱa muthihi u ya kha nndu dza vhuongelo. Vhane vha takalela u vhala nga ha khumbelo iyi na maṅwalo a yelanaho nayo, vha nga a wana ofisini ya Minidzhere muhulwane wa ku dzudzanyele na mvelaphanḓa, kha luṱa lwa u thoma kha tshifhaṱo tsha masipala wa Thulamela Thohoyanḓou. Maṅwalo ayo a ḓo wanala lwa tshifhinga tshi eḓanaho maḓuvha a fumbili malo (28) u bva dzi 28 dza ṅwedzi wa Tshimedzi 2011, ḽine ḽa vha ḓuvha ḽa u a nḓadziwa ha iyi khumbelo. Vhane vha vha na mbilaelo malugana na iyi khumbelo vha ṅwalele minidzhere wa masipala wa Thulamela kha ḓiresi itevhelaho Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950. Mbilaelo dzi ḓo ṱanganedziwa lwa maḓuvha a fumbili malo (28) u bva dzi 28 dza ṅwedzi wa Tshimedzi 2011 ḽine ḽa vha ḓuvha ḽa u thoma ḽa u a nḓadziwa ha iyi khumbelo. Ḓiresi ya dzhendedzi ḽire mulayoni malugana na iyi khumbelo: Fulwana Planning Consultants, P. O .Box 55980, Polokwane, 0700. Tel: (015) 297 6060. Fax: (015) 297 4040/086 663 5119.

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20 28 October 2011

The Safa Vhembe FNB U/15 girls were crowned as the champions during the Lucas Radebe FNB festival, which was held at the University of Johannesburg's Soweto Campus from 2 to 7 October. Five regions participated in the tournament for U/15 boys and girls. The girls from Vhembe won all their matches, while the local boys were beaten in the final. According to the head coach of the team, Mr Justice Mtileni, three players from Vhembe were awarded with trophies for their commitment. Xiluva Chabalala was the top goal scorer of the tournament, while the trophies for the goalkeepers of the tournament went to Mashudu Tshifularo (girl) and Ntwanato Mtileni. The young players were coached by Dan Munyai, Glenda Forumela and head coach Justice Mtileni. The players were welcomed back by the mayor of Makhado, Cllr Mavhungu Luruli (second from right), when they arrived back in Louis Trichardt last Saturday.


Photographed with some of the children during the disability awareness campaign at Londanani Care Centre are, from left, the chairperson for the Mphephu SAPS´s Victim Empowerment Unit, Mr Godfrey Musweswe, Capt Abel Thavhana, Londanani Care Centre Manager Ms Rose Denga-Maremba, Const Vera Muthuli, Mr Thomas Munyai and Trica Selala.

Empowering the South African Dream Exciting opportunities exist for qualified and highly motivated candidates who wish to join our professional teams working at power stations across South Africa. With our ability to provide unequalled prospects and your depth of knowledge and experience, we will be well equipped to manage, sustain and deliver on our country’s energy demands. Eskom is a workplace of choice and this focused recruitment drive aims to attract results driven individuals who are suitably qualified.You require a minimum 3 or 4 year Degree/National Diploma/qualified trade in the following disciplines Engineering • engineers • senior engineers • senior technicians • assistant engineers • technicians • system engineers • engineering managers

Operating • senior shift supervisors • assistant shift supervisor • senior controllers • operating managers • unit controllers • unit shift supervisors • plant operators

Maintenance and Artisans • maintenance managers • senior technicians • technicians • fitters • planners • turners • artisan rigging

Risk and Assurance: • officer safety risk • advisor quality assurance • senior advisor • environmental officers

Health and Safety (BP and A) • senior occupational health nurses • occupational health nurse • officer risk management • assistant officer safety risk

Training • clerks • instructors • officer training • manager HR developments

Human Resources • senior advisor institute industrial relation • asstistant officer communications

Finance • buyers • officer accountant

Production (UPM) • senior technical production

Closing date: 31 October 2011 Power Stations seeking talented candidates are: Grootvlei, Tutuka, Duvha, Hendrina, Arnot, Camden, Komati, Kusile, Medupi, Majuba, Matimba, Kendal and Lethabo Power Station. To apply for the vacancies please visit our website and click on a career at Eskom. You are also welcome to visit us at the following Expo venues for further information. Expo venues and dates: Dates



03, 04 and 05 November 2011

Mpumalanga province

Tshwane University of Technology – Witbank campus

10, 11 and 12 November 2011

Limpopo province

Polokwane – Bolivia lodge

17, 18 and 19 November 2011

Kwazulu Natal province

Durban University of Technology

24 and 25 November 2011

Gauteng province

Johannesburg Gallagher Convention Centre

In order for us to consider your application, you will be requested to provide us with certified copies of your: Qualifications, I.D, Drivers Licence and a Comprehensive CV. The Principles as set out in the Eskom’s Employment equity policy will apply. If you have not been contacted within 28 days of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

Eskom Holdings Limited Reg No 2002/015527/06

By Peter Muthambi

Disability campaign at Londanani Children with disabilities should not be hidden away from communities. These children should rather be sent to spe­ cial schools where they can be assisted, said the chairperson of the Mphephu SAPS's Victim Em­ powerment Unit, Godfrey Musweswe, during a disability awareness campaign. "Disabled children, like everybody else, have a right to education. We know that there are parents who still feel ashamed of the fact that their children are disabled," he said. Musweswe added that parents should stop using their children's disability grants for their own benefits, while they do not take good care of the children themselves." Parents and children took part in the campaign held at the Londanani Care Centre. The centre currently takes care of 66 disabled children and is situated at Rabali Village in the Dzanani area. A well-known gospel singer, Trica Selala, entertained guests during the event. Centre manager Ms Rose Denga-Maremba said she was happy that the campaign was also meant for parents.

Vacancies To advertise here, contact Pieter, George or Yolanda at Tel: (015) 516 4996 or Fax: (015) 516 2303

Waiters / Waitress / Chefs needed Age 25 - 40 years. Men & woman. Chefs preferably male over 35 years.

Fax CV to: 086 562 3131


Urgently wanted * 2 x A grade vehicle examiner * 1 x B grade vehicle examiner to start as soon as possible. Salary negotiable. Fax CV to 086 260 1462 or phone Johan at 072 854 4887 or e-mail to


MANAGER WANTED Manager needed for a Private FET College in Louis Trichardt. Minimum requirements: 2 years work experience in a management position, computer literate, code 08 driver’s license, 30 years or older. Please fax CV’s to 0866 195 782 before 31 October 2011.


28 October 2011 21 By Frank Mavhungu

4-2 for Table Newcomers Table Newcomers booked a place in the next round of the prestigious Total Soccer Challenge KO Competition. They beat Mbilwi United Stars 4-2 victory at the Lufule ground on Sunday. The victory did not come cheaply, as the winner was determined through a penalty shoot-out after a goalless full-time score. United Stars had themselves to blame for the defeat as they could have sealed the game within the regulated time. Their strikers let them down on countless occasions, but Newcomers’ keeper, Godfrey Mavhina, also denied them obvious goals. In the first place it was their right flank, Ndivhoniswani Muthabo, who caused an upset. He received a preMaanda Mphaphuli of Stars (right) kicks the cooked pass from Lutendo Ravele ball, with Vhutshilo Mufame of Newcomers in and took too long to unleash until he lost possession. Lufuno Tshisikule action after heading the ball.

went loose from the left corner and unleashed a volley. The keeper of Newcomers, Godfrey Mavhina, made his presence felt by palming the ball away for a corner kick, much to the disappointment of the Stars’ fans. The visitors from Mbilwi so­ lidified their midfield by introducing Mulalo Netshandama for Tshifhiwa Ramaphosa. Although United Stars continued to enjoy ball possession in the last half, they could not find their way through the defence of Newcom­ ers. Mpho Nefale of Newcomers was cautioned for handling the ball inten­ tionally in the 68th minute. No extra time was added at the end of the regulated time and the teams went straight to penalty shoot-out. Newcomers converted four of their chances through Azwiambwi Mugeri, Lugisani Luvhimbi, Vhonani Magoda and Rofhiwa Nembudani, while Stars scored only two.

LEAGUE LOGS See page 23

Azwiambwi Mugeri of Newcomers (right) and Tshifhiwa Ramaphosa of United Stars fight for the ball.

Call for Applications

Various Learning Types Grant Opportunities Available for the 2011/2012 Financial Year in Line with the NSDS III Targets

The president of the South African Football Association, Mr Kirsten Nematandani (centre, back) visited the well-known sports shop, Playboy Sports in Louis Trichardt, earlier this week. He is surrounded by staff of the sports shop.


The Services SETA calls for applications for the various grant opportunities available to Services SETA levypaying member companies, SMEs, CBOs, NGOs, NPOs and other Non-Levy-Paying Entities (NLPE) whose scope of service falls within the services sector. A list of the Services SETA industries are available on the Services SETA website: Applicants must be compliant according to the criteria which are also available on the website. Please note that allocations will be made according to the availability of funds in each funding window. Project References Number Proc T 165

Project Name



Internship programme grants

On condition that the INT-F-001 qualification is aligned to the service sector. Refer to the tender scope document on the Services SETA website

Proc T 166

Sourcing of external moderators/verifiers

Open to Services SETA member companies for graduates from HET (Higher Education & Training), FET (Further Education & Training) and UOT’s (University of Technology) Open to all Sector Education and Training Assurance Authority (SETQAA) registered constituent moderators

Proc T 167

Recognition of Prior Learning and Skills programme grant

Grants to employers to host learners employed for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Skills programmes

For RPL only, for LIM-F-002 programmes listed on the Services SETA website (listed under the tender scope document), for skills programmes (any accredited programme)

Proc T 167

Learnership programme grants

Grants to employers to host learners (employed/ unemployed) for learnerships

Only for qualifications listed on the Services SETA website (listed under the tender scope document)

Proc T 167

Adult education training

Grants to employers to train employed learners in numeracy and literacy programmes

Qualifications must be LIM-F-002 accredited. The programmes are split into: • Business Practice Level 1 • Numeracy and Literacy (Adult Education Training Grant - all levels)

Proc T 168

Public FET grants

Grants for Public FET institutions to train learners on qualifications pegged at NQF Level 2 to NQF Level 5

Only FETs can apply for qualifications listed on the Services SETA website (listed under the tender scope document)


Proc T 170

Hairdressing and artisans (Section 28) and apprenticeship (Section 13)

Grants to employers to host and train apprentices and artisan aids

Open to companies that fall under the Services SETA member companies


Proc T 172

Higher education training grants

NQF Level 6 to 10 grants to employers focusing on their mid- to senior-level managers

Only for qualifications listed on the Services SETA website (listed under the tender scope document)


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

ONDERBREKING VAN ELEKTRISITEITSTOEVOER Kennis geskied hiermee dat ‘n onderbreking van die elektrisiteitstoevoer sal voorkom op die onderstaande datum en tyd na verbruikers van die SENTRALE DORPSLYN van die MAKHADO NETWERK. Verbruikers wat geraak sal word is die wat geskakel is aan die INDUSTRIËLE AREA, S.B.D., OU DORP, GEDEELTES VAN UITBREIDING 2, MAKHADO PARK, TSHIKOTA en gedeeltes van ELTIVILLAS. Die afskakeling is genoodsaak om dringende noodsaaklike instandhouding op die Sentrale Voerder se beskerming en beveiligings stelsels te doen. Neem hiermee kennis dat tydens die dag van 30ste Oktober 2011, die hoof toevoer na al voerder op die netwerk ‘n medium tot hoë onderbrekingsrisiko sal hê as gevolg van die beplande werk en dat hierdie onderbrekings vir tot 30 minute lank kan voorkom. DATUM TYD SONDAG 30/10/2011 16:00 - 18:00 Geen waarborg kan gegee word dat die elektrisiteitstoevoer gedurende die hele vermelde tydperk onderbreek sal wees nie. Die elektrisiteitstoevoer na sekere dele van die netwerk mag dalk vroeër as die vermelde tyd weer herstel word. Alle verbruikers word derhalwe gewaarsku dat die Raad se elektrisiteitsleidings gedurende die hele tydperk as stroomdraend beskou moet word. Die onderbreking sal egter onderhewig wees aan mooiweers toestande.

INTERRUPTION OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY Notice is hereby given of an interruption of electricity supply to all consumers in TOWN. This includes INDUSTRIAL AREA, CBD, OLD TOWN, PART OF NEW TOWN, MAKHADO PARK, TSHIKOTA and part of ELTIVILLAS. The interruption is necessary so that urgent emergency maintenance on the CENTRAL LINE Breaker’s protection system can be conducted. Kindly note that during the day of the 30th October 2011, the main supply to all feeders may be at medium to high trip risk due to this proposed work and uncontrolled and unexpected power interruptions may occur which may last for at least 30 minutes at a time. DATE TIME SUNDAY 30/10/2011 16:00 - 18:00 No guarantee can be given that the electricity supply will be interrupted during the entire specified time. The electricity supply to certain parts of the electricity network may be restored earlier or later than the specified time or not interrupted at all. All consumers are therefore warned that the Council’s electrical lines must be considered live during the entire period. The interruption will however be subject to fair weather conditions. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Louis Trichardt Notice No: 134/2011 MR A.S. TSHIKALANGE MUNICIPAL MANAGER

Application Forms

Must not be directly involved PROC-F-038 with any training provider that offers a Services SETA qualification or intends to offer that qualification, as it constitutes a conflict of interest


Submission requirements: Tenders should include the following information: • Company profile • Valid original Tax Clearance Certificate, all rack rates given are non-VATable items or VAT inclusive. All tender application forms MUST be completed in full, with signed declarations of interest and complete vendor application forms. These documents are available on the Services SETA website: under “Latest updates/tender”. Potential bidders will be evaluated on functionality and legislative requirements only, and will be required to score a full 100% in order to qualify for further evaluation. All tender submissions must quote the Project Reference Number and be hand-delivered before 11:00 on 15 November 2011 to the tender box at 15 Sherborne Road, Parktown, Johannesburg or sent timeously to PO Box 3322, Houghton 2041, for the attention of the Procurement Manager, Mr Jabulani Kunene (Supply Chain Management Unit). Human Communications 81589


22 28 October 2011





00:00 - 03:00

Khoroni/ Social Relationships

Andries Mueda (Mon-Tue) Rofhiwa Nethengwe (Wed - Thu)

03:00 - 06:00

Mulakhulu/ Early Morning Show

Thiko Liphadzi

06:00 - 09:00

Vhandilani/ Morning Drive

Mpho Nefale & Jones Netshipise

09:00 - 12:00

Nne Na Vhone/ Lifestyle Magazine Lutendo Tshisikule

12:00 - 14:30

Tshiko /Mid-day Talk Show

Pfarelo Maduguma

14:00 - 14:30

Commerce & Finance (Mondays only!)

Mulalo Ramarumo

14:30 - 15:00

Denzhe / Kiddies Show

Jennifer Muthige

15:00 - 18:00

Dziaorowa/ Afternoon Drive

Jimmy Netshilulu

18:00 - 19:00

Current Affairs

Thilivhali Muavha

19:00 - 20:00

Mitambo/ Sports Hour

Thilivhali Muavha

20:00 - 21:00

Death Notices & Drama

Jennifer Muthige

21:00 - 22:00

Education: Mon: Educator Development Dial A Lawyer

Donald Khanari Pat Nephawe

Tue: Learner Support Health & Environment

Donald Khanari Wonder Juniper

Wed: Education

22:00 - 24:00

Thur: Learner Support Science & Technology

Donald Khanari Mulalo Ramarumo

Riadzedza (Job Market / Community Diary / Music)

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By Kaizer Nengovhela

Easy 3-0 victory for Tshifhire Northern Brothers Tshifhire Northern Brothers moved at the goal finish. Brothers scored the goma, to beat. Brothers’ striker, Evance up on the league log when they beat second goal in the 65th minute. Their Mosipi, dribbled past three Chelsea de­ Tshikota Chelsea 3-0 in their Safa striker,Tsepo Ramaremela, and team-mate fenders in a row and scored easily. Vhembe SAB match played at the Nngidi Harvey initiated some duel moves The boys from Tshikota nearly hit the Tshikota grounds on Saturday. in the middle of the park that ended in a target when Thabang Sithole’s volley went The match was one-way traffic from goal. Tsepo gave the final touch to the ball. a little wide in the 80th minute. Chelsea the start, with Brothers enjoying more Chelsea came close to scoring in the 69th midfielder Patrict Mathatha, could not possesion of the ball. Chelsea’s striker, minute, but Chester Murwanthi shot wide live up to people’s expectations, as he was Thabelo Tshikweta, had himself to blame with only the keeper, Nthupheni Rama­ tightly marked by Tumelo Lehomo. for missing a golden opportunity with only keeper Mpfariseni Nelu­ vhada to beat. Brothers opened the score in the 20th minute, after Tam­ aga Vukeya received a defence-splitting pass from Edgar Molewa, beat several defenders and the goalkeeper to score. Chelsea fought hard to level the score, but the solid defence of Broth­ ers led by Emmanuel Netshifhefhe kept every attempt at bay. The visiting side was controlling the proceed­ ings in the middle of the park, but fumbled Brothers´ scorers: Tamaga Vukeya, Evance Mosipi and Edgar Molewa.




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24 28 October 2011 By Andries van Zyl

Last chance to submit pics for calendar The region’s photographers have until Monday, 31 October, to submit their entries for the Zoutpansberger and Limpopo Mirror’s highly popular annual calendar photo competition. Prize money totalling R6 000 is up for grabs, with 12 winning pictures to be chosen for each of the year’s months. Winning en­ tries will be published in an A2format 2012 calendar, which will be used by the Zoutpansberger and Limpopo Mirror for market­ ing purposes. The calendars will also be sold to the public at a minimal fee. Getting rid of that annoying itch … Rianna van der Westhuizen’s entry for the newspapers’ Only high-resolution pho­ annual calendar photo competition.

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Public Works MEC Thabitha Mohlala performs the sod-turning ceremony to declare the start of the construction project at Sundani Primary school. With her is the acting mayor of Makhado Municipality, Cllr Jeanette Matumba (second from right), teachers and community members.

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By Frank Mavhungu

Leopards away Sivhaga and Netshitamboni aim to make Limpopo proud If the promises of Lisbeth Sivhaga won all four her professional bouts fights like championship fights. “As Sivhaga is full of praises for her to shock Sundowns bear fruit, Limpopo will produce by knockouts, says she will make this one is a real championship fight, promoter, Josius Maphepha, and Black Leopards must win their match against Mamelodi Sundowns on Sunday in order to renew their hopes to escape relegation at the end of the season They will meet at the Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium in Pretoria. Both Leopards and Sundowns lost last weekend. Sundowns were brutally walloped 0-3 by Moroka Swallows, while Leopards lost 1-2 to Orlando Pi­ rates in the opening matches for the Telkom Cup. Leopards’ head coach, Mr Sunday Chidzambwa, appealed to the team’s fans not to panic. He said relegation was not option. The Leopards’ new Nigerian striker, Joshua Obajo, is likely to be in the starting 11 and thus form a deadly combination with Rodney Ram­ agalela at the forefront. In the other match that will also be played on Sunday, Jomo Cosmos will host Orlando Pirates at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth. Four matches will be played tomorrow. Free State Stars will have a date with Golden Arrows at the Goble Park Stadium; Bidest Wits will host the logleaders, Supersport United; Blo­ emfontein Celtic will lock horns with Amazulu at the Moses Mabidha Stadium, while Kaizer Chiefs will entertain Platinum Stars at the Peter Mokaba Stadium. Two matches will be played this evening. Moroka Swallows will play against Ajax Cape Town at the Dobsonville Stadium, while Santos and Maritzburg United will meet at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town.

a female boxing champion before Christmas. On December 17, Sivhaga (23), will be fighting against an oppo­ nent soon to be announced. The event will take place at the Meropa Entertainment World and Casino, Polokwane. The undefeated Sivhaga, who has

the people of Limpopo and South Africa proud by winning the vacant South African fly-weight title. “It has always been my dream to be crowned a boxing champion. I worked very hard before my previous fights just to make sure that I beat all my op­ pornents, and I succeeded.” According to her, she treat all her

trainer, Phathutshedzo Dongola, for helping her to be where she is today. “Maphepha did a wonderful job by making sure that I get four fights this year. This is a great job, considering the fact that other boxers like the reigning international junior-feather­ weight champion, Unathi Myekeni, has not fought since the beginning of the year,” said Sivhaga. Sivhaga is one of the 21 profes­ sional women boxers in the country. They include two world champions, Myekeni and Noni Tenge and South African champions Julie Shabalala and Ester Mashiya. Sivhaga’s stablemate, Vhonani Netshidamboni, will also be challenging a yet-to-beannounced opponent for the vacant South African title in the middleweight division on the same day. Netshidambuwoni also has a record of six fights, all of which he won by a way of knockouts. Netshidamboni’s trainer, John Ne­ makonde of the Sibasa Boxing Club in Sibasa, said: “We produced good boxers like Muvhuso Nedzanani, Terminator Manyelenylele, Pfariso Neluvhalani and others, but with Net­ shidamboni, boxing will be revived. Mr Josius Maphepha of Limpopo Boxing Promotions is flanked by his boxers, Vhonani Netshidamboni and This is the new Mike Tyson,” said Lisbeth Sivhaga. Nemakonde.

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Elim Superspar league - Stream A Team Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points Valdezia Santos 4 3 1 0 7 3 10 Mabedengwa United FC 4 2 2 0 6 3 8 Madapha FC 2 2 0 0 4 1 6 Njhakanjhaja FC 3 1 2 0 7 2 5 Valdezia Juventus F C 4 1 2 1 3 3 5 Mandis Express FC 2 1 1 0 3 1 4 Elim Blackpool Juniors 2 1 1 0 2 1 4 Matsila Morning Sweepers 3 1 1 1 2 2 4 N´waxinyamani All Stars 4 1 1 2 3 4 4 Wata Peace Makers 2 1 0 1 3 1 3 Mpheni Hungry Lions 2 0 1 1 2 3 1 Matlhari F.C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mambedi Sundowns FC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Waterval Super Strikers 1 0 0 1 2 3 0 Basani United FC 1 0 0 1 1 3 0

Team Mashamba Soccer Academy Manyima mars Brotehrs Mukondeni Ratananga FC Mulima FC Pfanani Home defnders Sereni Home Boys Mufeba United FC Muila FC Slanger Juventus FC Muwaweni Lucky Stars Madadzhi eversmilling FC Thanwana Celtics FC Mukondeni Shooting Stars

Elim Superspar - Stream B Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 4 4 0 0 16 5 12 4 3 0 1 5 3 9 3 2 1 0 6 0 7 3 2 1 0 3 1 7 4 2 1 1 3 2 7 4 2 0 2 8 7 6 4 2 0 2 7 8 6 4 1 2 1 5 5 5 3 1 1 1 6 5 4 3 1 1 1 2 1 4 3 1 1 1 4 4 4 4 1 1 2 11 12 4 3 0 1 2 2 7 1

Team Madombizha Try Again Muduluni young Chiefs LTT Murunwa Soccer Academy Tshikhwani Stone Breakers Zamenkomste liverpool FC Madombizha Celtics FC Muraleni United Brothers Ramahantsha FC Gogobole Bucs FC Madodonga Limpopo Prof Maebani Aces United Masia Rainbow Academy Kutama Young Stars Madodonga Tab All Stars makhitha I A Runga Maebani Young Eagles Ravele Black Dragon Muraleni Young Rebellions Manavhela Real Fighters Kutama Cosmos FC Ravele Highlanders FC

Limpopo The Fresh One Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 2 2 0 0 6 2 6 2 2 0 0 5 1 6 2 2 0 0 5 3 6 2 2 0 0 4 2 6 2 1 1 0 2 1 4 2 1 0 1 6 4 3 2 1 0 1 4 3 3 1 1 0 0 3 2 3 2 1 0 1 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 3 2 1 0 1 2 2 3 2 1 0 1 4 5 3 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 5 7 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 5 0

Makhado LFA Magwaba Bus Service Stream A Team Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points Dopeni Mighty Com 2 2 0 0 4 0 6 Mauluma All Stars 2 2 0 0 4 1 6 Magadani M & m revolution 2 2 0 0 3 0 6 Phadzima Shooting Stars 2 1 1 0 2 0 4 Mandala Happy Boys 2 1 0 1 3 3 3 Dopeni United FC 2 1 0 1 2 2 3 Tshirenzheni Peace Makers 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 Murunwa X1 Experience 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 Milaboni Chop Them Down 2 0 1 1 3 4 1 Khalavha Real Rovers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kokwane Foot Prints 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 Vuvha Kill Them All 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 Raliphaswa Rolling Stones 2 0 0 2 0 3 0 Khunda Hungry Lions 2 0 0 2 0 4 0

Makhado LFA Magwaba Bus Service Stream B Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points Team Tshiendeulu New Castle 2 2 0 0 9 0 6 Nzhelele United Stars 2 2 0 0 7 1 6 Tshifume Self Defence 2 2 0 0 6 1 6 Mandiwana Soccer Ac 2 2 0 0 3 1 6 Thononda All Stars 2 1 1 0 11 4 4 Nzhelele Home Sweepers 2 1 1 0 4 1 4 Tremmer Boys FC 2 1 1 0 2 1 4 Khakhu United FC 2 1 0 1 4 2 3 Khakhu Young Chiefs 2 1 0 1 4 4 3 Mphephu Naughty Boys 2 0 1 1 3 5 1 Tshikudo First Prof 2 0 0 2 2 6 0 Mavhunga Thondoni FC 2 0 0 2 1 5 0 Mphaila Young Tigers 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 Lugisani Arsenal FC 2 0 0 2 2 8 0 Makungwi Acron FC 2 0 0 2 0 8 0 Matanda Young Golden Arr 2 0 0 2 1 10 0 Makhado LFA Magwaba Bus Service Stream c Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points Team Mamvuka Heroes FC 2 2 0 0 6 3 6 Matanda Real Juventus 2 2 0 0 4 2 6 Tshikuwi Youth Soccer Deve 2 2 0 0 4 2 6 Matsa Hot Spurs 2 1 1 0 3 2 4 Luvhalani Sunshine Pirates 2 1 1 0 1 0 4 Rabali Peace Makers 2 1 0 1 3 2 3 Rabali Barcelona FC 2 1 0 1 3 3 3 manyii Young Stars 2 0 2 0 5 5 2 Matsa Super Players 2 0 2 0 2 2 2 Mabirimisa Powerlines FC 1 0 1 0 3 3 1 Mamvuka Real Vultures 2 0 1 1 2 3 1 Mapakophele Fire Makers 2 0 1 1 2 3 1 maangani celtics FC 2 0 1 1 4 6 1 Matsa Freedom Fighters 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 Benfica FC 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 Tshituni Motherwell FC 2 0 0 2 3 5 0

FC Basel Mphireleni Nandoni Jerome River bank Mulezhi S Stars Matsakali Sky Rangers Lombard Power Rangers Malamulele FC Khakhanwa United Stars Merwe United Altein Reformed Squad Matiyani Recreation Shikundu manchester Shigamani FC Omega Line

SAB League Stream A Played Won Draw Lost 8 6 2 0 8 5 3 0 8 5 1 2 8 4 2 2 8 4 1 3 8 4 0 4 6 3 2 1 6 3 1 2 7 3 0 4 8 2 1 5 7 1 2 4 6 1 1 4 8 0 4 4 6 0 0 6

For Against Points 13 3 20 19 10 18 13 10 16 10 7 14 14 14 13 12 8 12 10 6 11 8 6 10 8 8 9 6 11 7 7 10 5 9 12 4 6 18 4 4 16 0

Team Mukula Young Santos Makwarela Dev Stars Khubvi Dangerous Da Mushungwa Try again Dolphins FC Makonde home Defenders Phandulaluvalo Vondwe X1 bulltes Tshifundi X1 Experience Khubvi Peace Makers Mudaswali United Bros Tshidizini happy Fight Gaba union Fighters Thembaluvhilo 7 Stars Mutwa Brazilins Tshidimbini Brave Lion

SAB League Stream B Played Won Draw Lost 9 8 1 0 9 7 1 1 9 6 2 1 9 5 3 1 9 5 0 4 9 4 1 4 9 3 3 3 9 3 2 4 9 2 4 3 9 3 1 5 9 2 3 4 9 2 2 5 9 2 2 5 9 2 1 6 9 2 1 6 9 2 1 6

For Against Points 23 8 25 24 6 22 17 8 20 16 10 18 14 8 15 15 14 13 8 8 12 12 14 11 13 16 10 10 21 10 13 14 9 9 15 8 8 19 8 9 13 7 5 12 7 8 18 7


there is no way I can lose as this is an opportunity that I have been waiitng for too long,” said Sivhanga from her temporary home at Buffalo Lodge in Polokwane. She is staying there since she joined Limpopo Boxing Promotion, her promoter since she turned profes­ sional last April.

Team Ngwenani Y Chiefs Makovha All Stars United Artists Maranzhe Hungry Lion Dumasi All Stars maha Flying Gunners mbilwi United stars Themba Sunrise Riders Table New Commers Vhembe FET College Mphego Real Rovrs Dididi Flying Birds Madidingwe Y Stars Miluwani Happy Boys Block L home sweepers

SAB League Stream C Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 8 6 2 0 17 6 20 8 6 1 1 19 9 19 8 5 2 1 12 3 17 8 4 2 2 17 7 14 9 4 2 3 15 12 14 9 4 2 3 8 10 14 8 4 1 3 9 8 13 9 4 0 5 12 13 12 8 3 0 5 14 17 9 9 3 0 6 9 19 9 8 2 2 4 9 10 8 8 2 2 4 7 8 8 8 1 2 5 4 16 5 9 4 2 3 18 13 4 9 1 0 8 7 26 3

Team Tshakhuma RO Rockers FC Gwamasenga UNTD Bros Tshedza FC Maugani might matser Ramukhuba Untd Bros Mahematshema Flying Birds Shayandima Disco 5 Mutandi P together Iyarunga XI Smarties Duthuni United Bros Madala Liverpool Tshisahulu FC Phungo All Stars Shayandima S Stars FCKK Itsani Double Chiefs

SAB League Stream D Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 9 7 2 0 16 4 23 8 5 3 0 20 5 18 9 4 3 2 20 17 15 8 4 3 1 18 16 15 9 3 4 2 12 13 13 7 4 0 3 8 6 12 8 3 2 3 12 12 11 7 3 1 3 12 11 10 8 2 3 3 9 8 9 8 2 3 3 12 12 9 9 2 3 4 7 9 9 9 3 0 6 6 18 9 7 2 2 3 8 9 8 5 2 1 2 9 7 7 8 2 1 5 13 22 7 9 1 3 5 2 8 6 8 0 4 4 5 12 4

Team Western Stars Tshifhire N Brothers Makhita Oscar Stars Madombizha Arsenal Mailaskop P Together Zoutpansburg P Line maelula New Mates Bennys Care Academy Tshiozwi Dynamos Tshikota Chelsea Mpheni Home Defenders Zamenkoste UNTD Bros Vleifontein all Stars Matika FC

SAB League Stream E Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 9 8 1 0 25 7 25 9 8 0 1 33 6 24 9 5 2 2 11 8 17 9 5 2 2 11 8 17 9 5 0 4 14 11 15 9 4 1 4 12 16 13 9 3 2 4 13 11 11 8 2 4 2 11 13 10 8 3 0 5 11 13 9 9 2 2 5 6 9 8 9 2 2 5 9 16 8 9 2 2 5 5 13 8 9 1 3 5 11 31 6 9 0 3 6 6 16 3

Team Tshiovhani Airline Muthelo FC Phadziri FC Boksi happy Boys Guvhungwa Y Fighters Lwelani FC Donkerhoek New Castle Wayeni Sea Robbers Lambani G kilers Vyboom FC Malonga Killer Boys Muziafera Blue Eagles Mashamba Benifica Bungeni Young Tigers Mbokta FC Basani Arrow Chiefs Mashau Real Vultures

SAB League Stream F Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 9 7 1 1 25 9 22 9 5 4 0 18 10 19 9 5 3 1 16 9 18 8 4 4 0 13 6 16 9 4 3 2 16 11 15 8 3 3 2 10 10 12 8 4 0 4 10 14 12 8 3 1 4 11 8 10 8 2 4 2 9 10 10 9 2 3 4 8 8 9 8 2 3 3 9 10 9 8 2 3 3 5 8 9 8 2 2 4 8 13 8 8 1 4 3 7 12 7 8 1 3 4 8 14 6 9 1 2 6 9 18 5 8 0 3 5 7 19 3

Team Rabali Pull Together Vhulaudzi UNTD Bros Nzhelele Young Nations Tshivhiludulu H lions Seven United Stars Mauluma Black Mamba Matsa N Stars Shanza Continentals Matanda Golden Arrows Fripp Mighty Birds Fundudzi UNTD Brothers FJ Napoli Tshikuwi S Breakers

SAB League Stream G Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 9 8 0 1 18 8 24 8 6 1 1 13 4 19 9 5 3 1 16 6 18 8 5 3 0 12 2 18 8 3 3 2 10 4 12 8 2 4 2 14 12 10 8 3 1 4 11 15 10 8 2 3 3 11 11 9 9 2 3 4 8 9 9 8 2 1 5 8 13 7 8 1 2 5 9 24 5 8 0 3 5 2 12 3 9 0 3 6 8 20 3

Berea FC Musina United Joe Express Tshilamusi S Eagles Muledzhi Fireboys Tshiungani Y Chiefs muswodi Happy Fighters Lwathudwa B movers Dambal manch UNT Lovers FC Musina Family United Folovhodwe S Breakers Mutele mountain Rangers Manenzhe Midnight D Madimbo Northren Fight

SAB League Stream H Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 9 6 2 1 16 6 20 7 6 0 1 21 7 18 7 5 1 1 15 7 16 8 3 5 0 13 10 14 8 3 2 3 13 13 11 8 3 2 3 12 13 11 9 3 1 5 13 14 10 8 1 6 1 13 14 9 8 2 3 3 10 11 9 9 2 3 4 8 11 9 8 2 2 4 8 12 8 8 1 4 3 8 10 7 7 1 4 2 12 15 7 8 1 3 4 7 13 6 8 2 0 6 11 24 6

Team Mulodi Freedom Birds mutshedzheni Gorrilas Rambuda Young Fighters Mangaya Living Comm Mianzwi Green Hornet Tshandama Try Together Tshikundamelema W Thengwe Flying Peace Mapuloni High Landers Tshibvumo Y Stars Tswera Young Masters Lukau Hot Aces Matangari Settlers Rangani Stars Phalama Y Vultures

SAB League Stream I Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 9 7 0 2 20 11 21 9 5 2 2 15 12 17 10 5 1 4 11 10 16 9 4 3 2 17 8 15 10 4 3 3 19 15 15 9 4 3 2 15 11 15 10 3 4 3 11 9 13 9 3 4 2 11 10 13 10 3 4 3 11 17 13 9 3 3 3 12 14 12 10 3 3 4 17 23 12 9 2 3 4 13 13 9 9 2 3 4 6 9 9 9 1 5 3 11 16 8 9 0 1 8 7 24 1


Thanyai Chikopza Greenhouse Vhakalisi Thabelo Emzin Tshiozwi Mzansi Khokhonya Makhitha Skyvovo Lacosta Mara Station Mvelaphanda Lasvegas Pretoria City

Sinthumule Kutama and Elim Pool Association Log Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points Team 30 23 1 6 436 298 70 30 22 0 8 412 308 66 30 21 1 8 393 309 64 30 20 4 6 392 316 64 30 19 2 9 390 334 59 30 19 1 10 414 318 58 30 19 0 11 377 331 57 30 15 3 12 374 365 48 30 15 2 12 378 362 47 30 15 1 14 360 355 46 30 11 1 18 314 346 34 30 9 2 20 296 398 28 30 8 2 20 338 401 26 30 5 2 23 303 412 17 30 4 1 25 252 398 13 30 4 0 26 275 454 12

Team Mabidi Mighty Greens Tshimbupfe Fighting Cats Hanani Home Fighters Manavhela Black rangers Singo Disco Five Vuwani Liverpool Sundani City Rovers Vyeboom Double Exp Tshirululuni XI bullets Mbhalati Junior Boys nngwekhulu Real Rovers Tshivhangani New Castle Makhasa United nesengani United

Vuwani Stream A Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 2 2 0 0 3 0 6 2 1 1 0 5 2 4 2 1 1 0 2 1 4 1 1 0 0 3 1 3 2 1 0 1 2 2 3 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 4 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0

Team Valdezia Malumbe Express Kurhuleni Happy Fighters Mashau Tiger Boys Mathothwe Thunderbirds FC Doli Anchors Mutsha Atlantis Vhangani Freedom Cele Tshakhuma Blue Birds Tshakhuma Peace Lovers Mutsha Zebra Force Mashau Thenga Black Lions Mariadze SHooting Stars Mission Young Rovers

Vuwani Stream B Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points 2 1 1 0 2 0 4 1 1 0 0 3 0 3 1 1 0 0 3 2 3 2 1 0 1 4 4 3 2 0 2 0 4 4 2 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 3 1 2 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 0


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By Frank Mavhungu

Black Leopards out of Telkom KO

Black Leopards will not take any further part in the Telkom Cup. This follows their 1-2 defeat by Orlando Pirates at the Orlando Stadium last Saturday evening. Lidoda Duvha put their two new signees, Joshua Obaje and Sizwe Sibiya, to the test against Pirates. Although Sibiya was later replaced with Karabo Tsepo, his presence could be felt as he kept on dishing out telling passes to the strikers, Rodney

Ramagalela and Joshua Obaje. The home side was awarded a free kick in the 24th minute. Isaac Chansa took the free kick and Benni McCarthy, who was waiting inside the penalty area, gave the ball the final touch to give his side a 1-0 lead. McCarthy suffered a pulled muscle in the process and he could not continue with the game. His substitute, Bongani Ndulula, took time to adjust to the tempo of

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the game but gained momentum towards the halfway mark of the last stanza. Pirates missed a for­ tune when their overlap­ ping defender, Andile Jali, shot wide from the penalty area. Vincent Mabusela of Leopards was lucky to escape with a mere caution after kicking Dian Klate on the chest in the sec­ ond half. Leopards later for­ tified their left flank by introducing Thomas Madimba for Luyolo Mapolisa. Their final replacement came moments thereafter, when they sacrificed Ramagalela for Grant Lungu. The Buccaneers increased the margin through Bongani Ndu­ lula, who unleashed from the edge of the box. Leopards’ soli­ tary goal came in the referee’s optional time via Moses Kwena, who headed home after a corner kick.

Ruben Cloete of Orlando Pirates and Mongezi Bobe of Black Leopards fight for the ball. © Muzi Ntombela/ BackpagePix.



Leopards´ one striker, Rodney Ramagalela, and Lucky Lekgwathi of Orlando Pirates try to gain control of the ball. © Muzi Ntombela/ BackpagePix.


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