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29 November 2013 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Angry Tshikota residents set hostel on fire Angry residents of Tshikota came out in large numbers and set a hostel alight because the Makhado Municipality ignored the presence of “illegal immigrants and criminals” in the unused hostel block. The incident that shocked the whole of the Makhado area and surrounding villages happened at around 16:00 on Tuesday. Residents, who had barricaded the road in front the hostel and were busy smashing windows and fuelling the fire, were heard speaking loudly that the hostel harboured criminals who had been terrorising the locals for a long time. “We told the municipality many times to give the rooms in the hostel to poor locals who have nowhere to live, or else demolish the hostel blocks because Zimbabwean criminals use the place,” said a resident. “You can't even send a child to the spaza shop for fear of these thugs. They mug us and run into the dark hostel. Who knows what will happen if you follow them into the dark?” The Makhado Fire Brigade arrived at the scene, but the women and youths warned them not to extinguish the flames. “If you put out the fire, you won't get out

of the hostel yard,” warned infuriated residents. “We want the hostel to burn to ashes, so that these criminals will have nowhere to hide.” While residents were engaged in burning the hostel, several hostel dwellers were seen near their belongings at the back of the hostel. “We steal from nobody, and this is the only place I call home ever since I arrived in South Africa some three years ago,” said Nkosinathi Dube (38), who originally comes from Gwanda in Zimbabwe. Dube maintains that, for survival, he scouts scrap matter around town, which he then sells to scrapyard dealers for cash. Terrance Shuro (23) and Joseph Mugwabana (51) echoed Dube's sentiments. “I am a Muvenda of Ha-Mandiwana in Nzhelele,” explained Mugwabana. “I am no criminal. I work in town and sleep here because I can't afford to go home every day.” At around 19:35, more hostel dwellers returned. Some spoke Shona, while others were heard speaking about their plight in XiTsonga and Tshivenda. “My home is in Malamulele. Maybe there are thieves among us here, but I am not one,” said another man, who didn't wish to disclose

his name. A security guard in the hostel quickly gathered his mattress, blankets and other personal belongings from one of the rooms and rushed away. Cllr Abraham du Plooy (Ward 21) indicated that the municipality was aware of the problematic hostel issue in Tshikota, where there are also 130 useless RDP houses which are the result of a failed project. “This is a provincial issue, and Coghsta is reportedly busy dealing with the case,” said Du Plooy. “However, on the issue of the said criminals, all I can say is that I brought the problem to the municipality's attention after my many visits to the hostel. I always find covers of freshly ripped copper cables strewn everywhere, which shows that these cables were stolen somewhere around town.” Provincial police's spokesperson Col Ronèl Otto confirmed the incident and said that residents went on the rampage after rumours that a Zimbabwean male had broken into and stolen from a spaza shop. “We are still gathering more information on this incident,” Otto said.

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NGOs unite in information drive for HIV-Aids Day In celebration of International World Aids Day on 1 December, several NGOs in the Vhembe district will host events to create awareness about the disease. This year’s theme is Zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero Aids-related deaths. The Munna ndi nnyi (Who is the real man) men’s forum will host an event at Lwamondo on Tuesday, aiming to encourage people to get tested and start taking treatment. According to the organization’s managing director, Mr Bardwell Mufunwaini, it was established that the rate of HIV infections in the area is on the rise. “Our people need to be told that Aids is here. We all need to work together to prevent Aids-related deaths,” he said According to Mafunwaini, women regularly get tested, but men fear to get tested. “Men don’t really accept that they have this disease. They don’t take treatment, and they will leave their children behind

suffering,” he said. He also mentioned that members of his forum had helped people to live positively, even if they were infected. The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) will be expanding the message of treatment to various communities. The provincial co-ordinator, Mr Amukelani Maluleke, said their organisation was left out of the provincial government’s preparatory plan for the event. They were not consulted as to where the event would be, he added. However, that has not stopped the TAC from preparing for the day and to endeavour to help vulnerable communities. “It is not just a matter of commemorating this day; we need to spread information to the people. We will continue to encourage people to get tested and to take treatment,” he said. Maluleke said they would promote this year’s theme and they would organise pep

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talks throughout the day. He complained, however, about the government’s failure to provide medication to the clinics. Government clinics in the province are facing a serious lack of medicine he said. “It is not just a matter of celebrating this day; we have to encourage people to live a healthier lifestyle,” he added. Hope for Limpopo, a non-governmental organization dedicated to supporting impoverished women, children and families, will be hosting a campaign at Tshikombani on Tuesday. “We will supply information to people living with HIV/Aids to maintain a healthy lifestyle, which will help them to have a productive life,” said Ms Khathutshelo Nemafhohoni from the organization. The provincial government will host a provincial Aids Day at the Seshego Stadium on Sunday. Premier Stanley Mathabatha will address the public.

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Mrs Zohra Noor receives the Minara Community Builder Award from the CEO of FK Global Events, Ms Farrana Kader. By Anton van Zyl

Recognition for Zohra Noor Zohra Noor, wife of local busi- recognise her … Zohra Noor is an nessman Solly Noor, received unassuming icon who represents the coveted Minara Chamber of all those women who are the power Commerce award last week for behind the throne and are never her contribution to uplifting the acknowledged,” she said. poor and building a better South The function was attended by Africa. several dignitaries, which included The awards were handed over the Minister of Finance, Mr Pravin during a stylish dinner function Gordan as keynote speaker. In his held in Durban. Other recipients of address he said, among other things, awards included the Protea crick- that far too many people in the counet player, Hashim Amla (Young try were concerned about making Achiever Award), Prof Adam Habib quick deals and were not worried (Leadership Award) and Dr Iqbal about how it affected other people. Surve (Business Person of the Year). He said South Africans had forgotZohra Noor was introduced to ten what it meant to have empathy. the guests by Farrana Kader, CEO The Minara Recognition Awards of FK Global Events. “The Solly is an annual event and seeks to and Zohra Noor Foundation has recognize and acknowledge the exdistributed millions of rands to phe- ceptional achievements and talents nomenal causes in South Africa and of the nominees in their respective elsewhere in the world directly categories as a tribute to them. This and through the World Memon Or- year’s recipients are: ganisation,” she said. “She (Zohra) 1. Lifetime Achievement Award: could sit back and enjoy the trap- The late Mr Walter Sisulu pings of luxury, but (she) has de2. Leadership Award: Professor voted herself to helping the less Adam Habib fortunate. She identifies projects 3. Businessperson of the year: Dr and good causes and ensures that Iqbal Surve the foundation and her husband fund 4. Young Achiever Award : these causes.” Hashim Amla Ms Kader told the guests that 5. Community Builder Award: Zohra had been an inspiration to all Mrs Z Noor of them. “We know that she does 6. Professional Achiever Award: not want to be recognised for all Judge Zak Yacoob the work that she has undertaken behind the Crime scenes, but we want to acknowledge and

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29 November 2013

By Elmon Tshikhudo

The installation and eleva- tus of Thovhele. la, chairpersons of the Tshivhase tion of traditional leaders by An application for an urgent Royal Council and the Tshivhase the leader of the Tshivhase interim interdict was granted in Traditional Council, have been dynasty, Thovhele Midiyavha- the Thohoyandou High Court cited as respondents. thu Tshivhase, was dealt a in December 2012, stopping In the case of the Phiphidi and hammer blow this week when Thovhele Kennedy Tshivhase Tshikunda application, Headthe Limpopo High Court in from installing two new chiefs men Muthuhathonwi Edison Thohoyandou ruled these acts in the Phiphidi and Ramulongo Nemakanga and Phineas Mafunas unlawful. villages. zwaini are the applicants, while The court ruled in favour of the In respect of the Ngovhela Thovhele Kennedy Tshivhase, Makanga and the Mafunzwaini application, Headmen Tshinanne Jerry Tshivhase, Headman Guroyal family, together with two Ralson Sikhwivhilu and Levison mani Ramulongo, the Tshivhase headmen, Muthuhathonwi Ed- Ratshikhopha are the appli- royal council chairperson and ison Nemakanga and Edzisani cants and Thovhele Kennedy the Tshivhase royal traditional Phineas Mafunzwaini. They Tshivhase, Balanganani Albert council chairperson, are the Thovhele Midiyavhathu Tshivhase had approached the court and Sikhwivhilu and Enoch Nephale- respondents. successfully obtained an interim interdict to stop the installation of two new chiefs in their area. The order restrains Tshivhase from installing and elevating traditional leaders and renders such installations as being of no effect. Whichever such installations and elevations he has done are nullified, and further installations will be regarded as acts of contempt of court. In their affidavits filed in court, the parties argued that Thovhele Tshivhase was continuing with plans to elevate two headmen, Jerry Tshivhase The Grade 7s of Ridgeway Independent School outside Makhado (Louis Trichardt) had their farewell function at the and Gumani Samson Mountain View Hotel on 15 November. The theme was Night in Paris. Pictured here are the learners in their fancy outfits. Ramulongo, to the sta-

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29 November 2013 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

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Market stall project for Nancefield Ms Avhatakali Mudau is an unemployed single mother of four children who survives by selling cooked food to local community members. She plies her trade under a tree at Musina Nancefield. During rainy or windy days, she does not get an income because she does not have a proper place to prepare and sell her food to her customers. This middle-aged woman hopes that her life will change for good after the Musina Municipality started with the construction of a market place in Ward 5. Situated in Nancefield Ext 8, the R1,2 million project will comprise 30 market stalls equipped with ablution facil-

ities. Municipal communications manager Wilson Dzebu says the market place will be paved to make sure that the beneficiaries work in a dust-free and healthy environment. “We will also erect palisade fencing around the market place because it is important for our people to work in a secure environment. We will make the area more open and accessible for all that work or shop at the market. This is one of the projects that local people requested during ward meetings and we are implementing it, based on the will of the people. This comes after public consultation, by working with resi-

dents and different stakeholders within Ward 5 of the Musina Municipality.” He said the public consultation was aimed at gathering the thoughts of those who deal with local economic development on a regular basis, to help the council ensure that the new market place was fit for purpose while recreating the history that Musina was renowned for and proud of. He added: “It is hoped that not only will the new market layout create a renewed vigor for Ward 5 of the Musina Municipality by attracting more market traders and shoppers, but it will also help to bring about new investment.”

New uniforms for Muthusi’s children Children attached to the during the short handing-over ing to work, what do you expect Muthusi Drop-in Centre at event. He lauded the drop-in cen- us to do? Do you expect us to Murunwa in Nzhelele had rea- tre and said that they were doing a cease classes and take one child son to smile when the centre very good job in the community. to a doctor? No, that’s your job!” recently distributed school “I also ask parents never to send Mafela further pleaded with uniforms to them. children to school when they see guardians to take good care of At least 86 children received that the child is sick,” he advised. the new uniforms. “Wash it at school uniforms as part of the “Take the child to a clinic, all times,” he said. “And, please, centre’s community outreach where they will be treated ap- never sell the uniform which the programme. “I am so happy now propriately. If you push a sick centre gave to your child because that I have a new shirt and trou- child into the school, because you you need money to gamble. Show sers which I can call my own,” hadn’t had time to take them to some respect for the people who said a Grade 4 pupil, Raymond the clinic and now you are rush- help.” Mukundi (12). “I still do not have shoes, but I thank the drop-in centre for what they were able to provide at this stage.” The centre’s financial officer and guardian, Ms Rudzani Nevombe, said that this was only the first part of the uniform distribution. “We have got at least 156 children who are registered on our books, so not all children were given uniforms now,” said Nevombe. Children normally get their lunch when they come to the centre each afternoon after school. They are also aided and guided through their school work and homework. The acting principal of Nyamatema Primary School, Mr Simon M a f e l a , a d d r e s s e d Ms Rudzani Nevombe (left) and Mr Kanukani (right) hand over clothes parents and caretakers to one of the beneficiaries, Raymond Musandiwa (12).

Construction workers at the site of the Musina Nancefield Ext 8 market place project.

A group of jubilant children at the Muthusi Drop-in Centre in Murunwa, Nzhelele.

Katen Barnard, a Form 3 student from Ridgeway College in Makhado (Louis Trichardt), became one of the journalists of the Zoutnet Group during the past week as part of the college’s annual work week project (from 25 until 20 November) for students. The aim of the project is for students to find out more and gain experience about possible careers they are interested in pursuing after school.


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29 November 2013

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In court for illegal possession of explosives “Damaged wires will kill us” - residents A Zimbabwean man travelling in a taxi from Zimbabwe to South Africa was arrested at Beit Bridge Border Post in the early hours of Thursday morn-

ing, 21 November, after several pieces of explosives were found in his possession. The taxi he was travelling in was stopped for a routine search

of all passengers and a sniffer dog of the Beit Bridge K9 Unit reacted positively to the luggage of the man. During a thorough search of his luggage, 30 pieces of explosives, without detonators, were discovered. The suspect, Nkosintahi Ndlovu, was arrested and appeared in the Musina Magistrate's Court for the illegal possession of explosives. His case was postponed to 28 November for further investigation. Ndlovu will remain in custody until his next The pieces of explosives that were found in the possession of a appearance. Further investigations continue. Zimbabwean. Photo: SAPS Communications. Entertainment

Gospel star auditions this weekend The Rofhiwa Gospel Star search, a competition which seeks to unearth new gospel talent, will hold auditions tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday. Last year, the competition produced Thabelo Thavhanyedza, who won the first prize and went on to record a smash album, Kha a rendwe Yesu, which took all by surprise by earning her a nomination for the coveted Tshima awards this year. The founder of the talent search, Rofhiwa Manyaga, said this year's competition would be even better, with more prizes for

the winners. He said more stakeholders, including the Thulamela Municipality, had come onboard. "We have done our homework. Last year’s competition might have looked big to others, but we detected some cracks and this time around, we have corrected all the mistakes. We are confident that this year will be the beginning of a new chapter in the competition,” he added. He said he was very happy that in its first year running, the competition managed to produce someone who had been nominated for the coveted Tshima

It is almost three weeks after devastating winds have ripped through most parts of Vhembe, leaving a trail of massive destruction of property and infrastructure in the area. One such area that was adversely affected is Maniini K, just outside Thohoyandou. A big tree fell on some electricity lines and the live wires have become a threat to the community, who fear that lives will be lost if they are not removed immediately. Residents claim that they have been to the electricity supplier, Eskom, on several occasions but have not found redress in the matter. Community leader Fhatuwani Mashamba, the block chairperson on disasters, safety and

awards. "We have lived up to expectations. It is not easy for a new artist to be nominated for such an award. We are very delighted to have Thavhanyedza as our ambassador, which shows that our standards are very high," added Manyage. The auditions for this year’s competition take at the Thohoyandou Arts and Culture Centre, starting at 08:00. The finals will be held on 29 December. For more information, contact Rofhiwa at 079 809 2498 or 079 250 1069.

security in the township, said he had reported the fallen live wires to Eskom on a number of occasions, but each time they promised to come and fix the problem, which they did not do. “We are faced with a big problem here. Live electricity wires are a real danger to the community and we do not know why Eskom is taking such a long time to respond to it. Maybe they are waiting for someone to be electrocuted and then they will act. An employee of Eskom even came here and promised to come back, which he did not do,” said Mashamba. Cllr Maria Ramanala, who stays in the area, said they were very worried about the safety of people in the area. “We fail to understand why

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29 November 2013 Municipal news

Safety awareness campaign at Musina

Three poor Chauke children from Botsoleni village near Mhinga received wonderful end-ofyear gifts a fortnight ago. Xihluke (6), Mpfuxeto (13) and Caswell (23) were left destitute when both their parents died in 2012. They live in dilapidated mud huts, which collapsed during the heavy floods earlier this year. Caswell, the elder brother was charged with taking care of the other children, although he was not working. He relied on begging for food. The Thohoyandou Correctional Area, in conjunction with the Limpopo-based SABC radio station, Munghana Lo Nene (MLFM), heard about their miserable situation and decided to build a three-roomed house for them in July this year. Last Tuesday, they presented the orphans with food parcels and school uniforms. Area Commissioner Dir Richard Malebane urged them to take education seriously, so that they might defeat poverty and unemployment. In our photo, Malebane (seated in the centre) presents the gifts to Mpfuxeto (left) and Caswell (right), while officials from Correctional Services look on.

Musina kicked off the festive season with a successful safety awareness campaign which was held at Malale Community Hall last week. The campaign’s main focus was to increase awareness about the risks and dangers of stray animals because a high number of accidents is caused by stray animals in the area. The event was a joint effort by Musina Municipality and the Vhembe District Municipality. During the event, farmers were advised to look after their livestock to prevent them from wandering along the roadside. Local people were also advised to refrain from cutting fences along the roads as this leads to the destruction of barriers that prevent animals from wandering across the road. The manager of traffic services at Musina Municipality, Mr Daniel Nembambula, said that, besides stray animals, birds were also a risk to drivers in the roads. “Eagles and other birdlife may feed on the carcasses of previously-struck animals on the roadway and be a hazard to approaching

vehicles as they attempt to take off. Drivers should never assume that a large bird will be able to fly out of their way in time. Stray animals and birds can be very dangerous if they surprise or distract the driver. Some of the larger animals like dogs and goats can be as disastrous in a collision as a cow, donkey or a horse.” According to him, if drivers are travelling at high speed, colliding with stray animals can result in loss of control of their vehicles, major vehicle damage, serious personal injury or even death. Nemambula also criticized community members who uproot road signs and, at the same time, urged drivers to adhere to the available road signs “Drivers are advised to take heed of any road sign and slow down, scanning visually from side to side and watching out for any movement from the edges of the road. Stray animals are unpredictable and can move very suddenly and quickly and may panick at the sight and sound of a vehicle. They also tend to gather and travel in groups, and if you see

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one on the road, chances are that there are others nearby.” The station commander of Tshamutumbu SAPS, Capt Adziambei Nemavunde, said the local police would work tirelessly with all stakeholders to make sure that everyone was safe this festive season. “We have a responsibility to prevent, combat and investigate crime, maintain public order, and to protect and secure people and their property. We will also uphold and enforce the law to create a safe and secure environment for all people we serve.” Representatives from the Vhembe disaster management centre, road safety, fire and emergency services also did presentations during the event.

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“The Satma award inspires me”- singer Singer Junior Sikheli (30) of Mangondi, a virtually unknown artist, surprised everyone when, after being pitted against seasoned musicians like Zozo and Rendani N, he scooped the honours during the recent Satma awards. He said the award had inspired him to come up with something hot to thank those who had voted for him. Sikheli, who rose to prominence through the release of his album, Ladzani Shango, last year said he could not believe his ears when he was announced the winner of the Best Venda Album category. “A nomination in the competition meant a lot to me. I just believe that whoever nominated me felt that my music was of a high standard. Winning an award is like a dream to me, and I am now turbocharged to do even better in the industry,” he added. He promised his fans that his next album will even be better. Sikheli, who was also nominated for the Tshima Awards, said God’s blessings were falling like rain on him. “I am so blessed. I have a new album coming out next year. Another nomination is the cherry on top and I have God to thank for all these blessings. My fans are the ones who are making things happen for me,” he said.

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29 November 2013

Cllr Rapson Rambuwane with delegates who attended the discussions on Young women in Dialogue at Mtititi Community Hall. By Silas Nduvheni

“Do not hide behind poverty”

The mood was jubilant on Sunday at the Shayandima Zion Apostolic Church when children of the Children Ministry were given a special treat and new T-shirts as uniforms. The coordinator of the project, Evangelist Nelson Muntswu, said the Tt-shirts would give the children an identity and make them distinct from the other children. “Children are a gift from God and are the future leaders of this church and the country. They need to be nurtured and looked after from an early age," he added. The manager of health promotion in the Department of Health in Vhembe, Ms Tshinakaho Mulaudzi, urged parents not to give up on their children. “Parents have a critical role to play in the moulding of children. The problem they have is that they give up easily on their children. Children might do all sort of wrong things. Lay down rules for them to follow, reprimand them and also pray with them all the time and they will not go astray,” added Mulaudzi. In our photo, Ms Mulaudzi, pastors and children pose for a photo, with the children wearing their new T-shirts.

“Young women always hide behind poverty when engaging in sexual activities with various men. When you are unemployed, you are less concerned about your body,” said Ms Tinyiko Kanyane, Vhembe Regional Programme Manager for LoveLife. A meeting recently took place at the Mtititi Community Hall in Malamulele, and young women gathered to discuss issues affecting women in their daily lives. The event was organised by Vhembe District Municipality. Kanyane further indicated that peer group pressure and low self-esteem affect the behaviour of young women and they tend to live by the wishes of their friends. Ms Maggy Hlungwani of the University of Venda said that young women were expected to know themselves, because the prevalence of HIV/Aids was extremely high among people between the ages of 15 to 25 years. “When you are propositioned, you must first check what this man needs before you accept his proposal. Don’t engage in sexual intercourse before both of you know your HIV status. If the man refuses to be tested, then avoid that person,” she added. She emphasised that to “get HIV/Aids from a stranger is very painful. We are the next generation, let’s wait patiently. Your faithful husband is available, so don’t rush,” said Hlungwani. Cllr Rapson Rambuwani, chairperson of special programmes of the Vhembe District Municipality, indicated that women are the mothers of the nation and it is proper for them to plan their future. “Our country needs intelligent women to take up leadership positions in order to liberate other women from the bondage of poverty,” said Rambuwani.

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Teachers, sponsors, parents and happy pupils in an illuminated classroom. The lights will also benefit high school pupils who will have the chance to study in the evening. The hall can be used for community functions.

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Damani Primary receives solar panels Damani Primary School in the rural Damani village, which received uniforms and solar lamps for the school’s 153 pupils earlier this year, received panels and lights for the whole school. Recently, the school was a hive of activity when a solar expert installed the first solar panel and the lights. He showed members of the community how to do the installation step by step and the community will take over the installation. “This is Phase 2 of the project. We promised the school solar panels that would benefit the whole community as they will use the hall for evening activities and pupils from surrounding high schools can study during the evening at the school. We are also greatly encouraged to learn that learning and

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results have improved tremendously as a result of the first donation,” said Thembi Moja, coordinator of the project. The project’s director in Limpopo, Ms Salphina Themeli, said she was happy that parents are taking care of the uniforms. “We are very proud of the people of Damani who are showing responsibility by owning the project and making sure it succeeds,” she said. Ms Takalani Mudau, the principal, said the conditions had changed threefold since the introduction of the sponsorship. “Pupils have developed a sense of confidence and their performance has improved tremendously. Our hall is now ready for use by the community and high school pupils can study in the evening because of the new lights.”

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By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Volunteer ladies keep Tshikota clean A group of women from Tshikota has embarked on a project of keeping the location clean, and they call their project the Tshikota Community Cleaning Campaign. The project started off as a one-day campaign on 24 August, when at least 24 ladies teamed up for the purpose of cleaning the location and enjoying a pleasant Heritage Day (24 August). “Just like any other residential area, there were lot of disposable nappies and other nauseating litter on the sides of our roads and streets,” said team leader Ms Martha Mugwena (53). “So, on Heritage Day, a large group of women volunteered in a community-service campaign to rid our place rid of litter.' After the cleaning, the ladies realised how the township was clean and then they decided to turn a one-day campaign into an

on-going project. The project is into its third month now. "All of us are jobless, and we feel that it is better to do volunteer work in our location than to sit inside our houses all day long, doing nothing," said Mugwena. All these ladies are mothers and grandmothers and some of their children attend the local Masedi Combined School. “On Fridays we clean the yard, classrooms and toilets at Masedi Combined School,” Mugwena explained. “We've already asked the principal to allow us to use the school yard to grow vegetables, which will be used to supplement the learners' daily diet.” The team also cleans other parts of the location, such as the streets and main roads, and cuts down the invading bushes and marshlands on Mondays, Tues-

days, Wednesdays and Thursdays. “Now that the rainy season is upon us, viruses which can cause diseases such as diarrhoea, typhoid fever, polio and malaria develop in these wet areas, if we are not doing anything to combat them,” added another member of the cleaning group, Ms Mihloti Ramapulana (37). The ladies say that they have just realised that there are men who live alone in their houses and also the elderly who have no relatives to assist them on a daily basis. “We will be visiting these people to offer them free cleaning services,” said Mugwena. “Our only challenge, at this stage, is a lack of cleaning materials. If we could have cleaning materials, we could do more.” They need material such as rakes, gloves, detergent and uniforms for the entire team.

The mayor of the Makhado Municipality, Cllr David Mutavhatsindi, officially handed over the completed Waterval Township street-surfacing project last Thursday. “It is a testimony that we are delivering quality services to all our people,” he said, adding that the municipality was committed to taking services to all its people. “We are happy to drive on smooth tarred streets with no potholes,” said a 29-year-old motorist, Rhulani Baloyi. In our photo, Mutavhatsindi cuts the ribbon, while Cllr Lindiwe Mogale (second from left), Cllr Rudzani Ludere (third from right) and members of the executive committee look on. (Photo supplied)

Members of the Tshikota Community Cleaning Campaign were photographed while cleaning Grade R pupils of Mphagane Primary, photographed during their "graduation" ceremony held the street. at their school a fortnight ago.


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10 29 November 2013 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

“Report all the women and child abuse” The residents of the Waterpoort area, local farmers, the Waterpoort police and some police officers from the Makhado clusters participated in different sporting codes as part of the launch of the 16 Days of Activism against the abuse of women and children on Saturday. The event started with fun runs over 10km, 7km, 5km and a veteran’s race. “I am very happy to have won,” said Farayi Makaka (41), who won the 10km race. “It feels good to participate in this event, where both parents and children stand against the abuse of women and children.” The other notable stakeholders who attended the event included representatives from Munna ndi Nnyi, Vhembe Mobile clinic, Youth against Crime (from Makhado SAPS cluster) and the Department of Social Development. Makhado SAPS cluster commander Brig Alex The commander for the Makhado SAPS cluster, Brig Alex Seopa (second from left) and Limpopo Community Policing Forum’s chairperson Mr Edward Mafune (right) hand a gift to the veteran Seopa also addressed the people. “Another good way of highlighting issues of child and woman runner, Major Takalani Tshishonga, while Capt Samuel Moshapo (left) looks on. abuse is to speak with the women and children themselves on how they should act against any kind of abuse,” Seopa said. He advised women and children to always make sure that they do not walk near the bushes or go into dark places on their own. “I further urge all victims of abuse to report all incidents to the police,” he said. “Even when the abuser is the sole breadwinner in your house, report them to the police because that person might end up killing you and your children, and that’s what we hate to see as the police.” Seopa reminded the people that the fight against crime is every citizen’s responsibility. “Youths can be active for 24 hours. We must keep them busy, so that when they get to bed, they just fall asleep. Or else they will wake up in the night and go out to do naughty things which might get them into jail.” Ms Patience Howe said that, as a woman who was always surrounded by her sisters’ children, she needed to feel free to walk to the next farm or to the local shopping centre. “We don’t want criminals to live among us; we will report them to the police,” she said. Makuya Domba Troupe: A boy playfully courts a maiden during the dancing.

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29 November 2013

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Manaledzi High wins local drama competition A large group of community members from all parts of Sinthumule/Kutama attended a drama competition at the Dzumbululo Ministery in Tshiozwi a fortnight ago. The event was organized by the well-known SABC 2 soapie Muvhango actor, Millicent Makhado. According to her, the competition was part of the arts and culture programme that is conducted every year. “The main purpose of these drama engagements is to unify the young people of Vhembe.” She added that the competition will not end at local level. Pupils from three secondary schools, Maluta, Manaledzi and Jonathan Thifhulufheli High, received training the past three months in how to act, produce and conduct a drama. Mr Ledimo Moleleki from the Department of Arts and Culture said it was important to preserve culture, as it built permanent responsibility. “This competition creates a platform for sharing and exposing the talents of our local groups. It is very important to teach our communities to be proud of their talent and I believe this competition will be a Manaledzi High’s drama actors celebrate with their trophy for being top giant step towards building our own arts identity,” drama, with Agnes of the SABC 2 soapie Muvhango third from right. he said. Manaledzi High was crowned as the winner of the event.

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12 29 November 2013 By Silas Nduvheni

Christmas party for Londanani Centre encourage them to do more. Londanani is a Tshivenda word which means take care of each other and is a charity organisation, formed in 1998 and is the brainchild of Apostle Ramudzuli Lehangwa. He described his calling from God as not only to preach the Word of God, but also to take care of poor and vulnerable children. According to him, Londonani is taking care for more than 86 children. Some of them are orphans while others are heading families. The organisation also teaches

the poor children life skills, provides school education support and food provision. Mrs Sarie Coetzee of the Levubu Christian Fellowship Centre said they had been donating products and gifts to Londanani for more than six years. “We want our vulnerable children to realize their dreams and enjoy Christmas like the other children who have parents who take care of them. Some of these children have lost both parents and no one is taking care of them and we have to help such poor children,� said Coetzee.

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First gospel album for Joseph T Soza Rhumba maestro Joseph T Soza, who thrilled fans in Zimbabwe and in South Africa, is now a born-again Christian. Soza, a staunch member of the Kingdom Ambassadors Ministries International at Maniini, has also released his first gospel album. The album, Fire, is his fifth offering and comes after a long absence in the music industry. He last recorded three years ago when he released the very popular Volume 4, Phindulo. Judging by the response the six-track album has received since its launch, all indications are that it will catapult him to greater heights and entrench him in the tough gospel music scene. "I have been wandering around. I saw most of the things in the world, but there was one thing that I was missing in life: that is God. Now that I have found the Lord, everything has to change and my life has to bear testimony that I have changed, and that is where this album came into being," he said. He said people could have everything they could wish for in life but without God they would never enjoy life to the fullest. "We are all created in the image of God and we should pay back by praising Him and, in my case, it is through music. I am very grateful to my spiritual father, Pastor Nathaniel Tshikororo, and the whole congregation who saw potential in me and made this project a reality," added Soza. Kingdom Ambassadors Ministries International's founder, Pastor Nathaniel Tshikororo, has high praise for the new album. "Soza is one of the best gospel artists to have emerged from this area. His music is very powerful and we hope many will be lured to the kingdom of God through this album; it will touch many souls," said Tshikororo. Fans having problems in getting copies of the album can phone 084 279 3404 or 072 357 6695 to order a copy.

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This year, Christmas came earlier for the vulnerable children from Londanani Home-Based Care Centre at the Christian Worship Centre (CDW) in Shayandima a fortnight ago. The Levubu Christian Fellowship, Spar Levubu and church organised a Christmas party for them and gave them some gifts. The day was filled with gospel songs and the performing of dramas. The dedicated and hardworking volunteers of the Londanani Mrs Sarie Coetzee of the Levubu Christian Fellowship (left) hands over gifts to Londanani Home- Home-Based Care Centre were honoured with certificates to Based Care Centre, while Apostle Ramudzuli Lehangwa (far right) looks on.

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Team members at Toyota South Africa Motors last week celebrated as the 1 millionth proudly South African manufactured Corolla rolled of the production line at the company’s prospecton plant in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. The white Toyota Corolla that came off the production line on Wednesday, 20 November, crowns six years of successful production in which the Corolla was produced in both leftand right-hand drive variants and exported to regions, including Eastern and Western Europe, the Caribbean and Africa. “It is very symbolic that the Corolla reaches this milestone now,” says Dr Johan van Zyl, president and CEO of Toyota South Africa Motors. “It not only celebrates a very successful production run for the tenth generation of the world’s favourite car, but it heralds the introduction of the new Corolla in 2014.” The Corolla was first introduced in South Africa in 1975 and soon became South Africa’s

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The festive holiday season ranks among the most dangerous times of the year on South Africa’s roads, with a wide range of threats to navigate - from poor visibility, road works and insufficient road maintenance, through to drunk drivers and smash-and-grab hotspots. But savvy travellers can find their way through the dangers safely with these hints and tips from Cellfind, a subsidiary of Blue Label Telecoms. * Always travel with a first aid kit and consider taking a course about the basics of first aid. If there is an accident, a quick intervention by someone informed about the basics of first aid could mean the difference between life and death. * Ensure that your cellphone battery is fully charged when you embark on a trip and even consider investing in a car charger. * Have emergency contacts saved on your phone. This will assist paramedics or police, should they need to urgently get hold of your friends and family in the event of an accident. To make things even easier for emergency services, enter emergency contacts in your mobile phone address book under the name “ICE”, which stands for “In Case of Emergency”. You can list multiple emergency contacts as “ICE1”, “ICE2”.

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All new Opel Astra sure to attract style-concious With the holiday season almost upon us, the new Opel Astra’s recent arrival in South Africa could not have been more perfectly planned. Apart from going easy on the fuel, and being equally easy on the eyes, the Opel Astra sedan boasts a very generous 460 litres of luggage space (with the seats up). This means that even the most over-packed family holiday can become a comfortable reality. When the rear seats are folded forward, the cargo volume can be increased to 1 100 litres! Since this is a family car, there was a need to increase storage space within the cabin itself. The new Astra now boasts a total of 19 different storage areas inside, including four bottle holders, four cup holders and a storage tray underneath the front passenger seat. Perfect for those long holiday trips. The return of the Opel Astra sedan marks the return of Opel’s C-segment sedan, as well as an additional four new models to complete the Opel Astra range in South African, more stylish than ever. Based on the Opel Astra hatchback, the Astra now features a sculptural design which is set to attract the style-conscious minds and eyes of sedan buyers. Featuring the same suave front end, the new Astra sedan builds on the design success of the range with the same sleek, smooth lines beginning at the nose, where a premium look and feel which begins with chrome details in the grille and air dams converges into strong character lines which escalate sharply into the steeply raked A-pillars. The Astra was released in South Africa with a four-model range which encompasses three different petrol

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Too many drivers still set off unprepared Every year, thousands of motorists across South Africa set off on long, often exhausting journeys without adequate preparation of their vehicles or enough rest. In their rush to leave, they people often skimp on checking and preparing their vehicles adequately for the journey. Not surprisingly, this is often reflected in problems experienced during the departing trip. Estimates suggest that fatigue is a factor in up to 30% of fatal crashes and 15% of serious injury crashes. Driving, whether it’s a journey of 500 kilometres or it involves a long trek of over 1 000 kilometres, brings its own set of challenges. Many drivers prefer to drive during the nighttime to avoid driving in heavy traffic or during the heat of the day. About 40% of accidents occur at night. This is not surprising, as nighttime driving decreases one’s driving abilities. S Planning the journey ahead – including rest and stop-over points – helps break it down into

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Joyfull away weekend for Baroka FC

Soccer extravaganza at Makwarela

Last weekend was a joyful one for Baroka FC. They managed to collect the maximum points, despite the fact that they were playing away from home. Baroka did the unexpected when they beat one of the hot league-title chasers, Chippa United, 1-0 at the Philipi Stadium in Cape Town. Baroka refused to succumb to early pressure from the home side. Their defenders frustrated the opponents by playing aerial balls from behind. The goal which earned Baroka three points came in the 74th minute via Thabiso Kutumela. He received a brilliant pass from Khotso Chabeli and silenced United’s fans with a thunderous close-range shot. The victory was the third in a row for Baroka. They are now in the fifth position on the log. Jomo Cosmos registered their second victory by beating Blackburn Rovers 1-0 at the Makhulong Stadium in Thembisa. In their see-saw battle at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg on Sunday, United FC shared the spoils with Sivutsa Stars. They played to a 3-3 draw. At one stage Sivutsa were leading 3-1, but the home side came back strongly towards the end of the game. FC Cape Town gave away points when they lost 0-1 to their neighbours, Vasco da Gama. Milano United maintained their unbeaten record by walloping Thanda Royal Zulu 4-0 at the Athlone Stadium. A total of 11 goals was scored in the game between Black Leopards and Maluti FET College at the old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. (See

Local soccer fans will be flooding the Makwarela Stadium tomorrow afternoon for the eagerly awaited Vhembe derby between the newly promoted Joe’s Express FC and Basel FC. Basel are still to win a league match this season after losing their first two matches. Joe’s Express are still in mourning after their 6-2 drubbing at the hands of Blue Rocks in their Nedbank Cup KO match at the Nkowankowa Stadium in Tzaneen last Saturday. A quick glance at their match against The Dolphins at the same venue two weeks ago reveals that Basel have a scoring problem, despite the fact that they played entertaining football. The coach

match report on the back page). Lidoda Duvha scored seven goals and conceded four. Santos beat Roses United 1-0 at the Makhulong Stadium in Thembisa last Friday evening.

of Express, Mr Edwin Ramphabana, said that their focus was now on the league title. He indicated that they had put Saturday’s defeat behind them. The scheduled kick off time is 13:00. Another derby will be staged at the same venue starting at 15:00. The newly promoted Bellevue Winners Park will fight for the league points with Dynamos. It will be time for Dynamos to exact revenge for the 0-5 defeat they suffered at the hands of the same team in their Nedbank preliminary match three weeks ago. On other matches, Giyani Hotspurs will rub shoulders with Winners Park at the Giyani

Stadium and The Dolphins will meet Ray Pillars at Seshego. The Dolphins are still to lose a league match this season and for that reason Ray Pillars must be ready for war. Phungo All Stars will host Blue Rocks at the Makhado Eltivillas grounds. Blue Rocks are sharpened to kill after crushing Joe’s Express 6-2 in their Nedbank Cup KO match at the Nkowankowa Stadium last Saturday. Lephalale Young Killers and Modimolle Aces will battle it out for league points at the Mogol Stadium in Lephalale. Great North FC and Magezi FC will meet at the Seshego Stadium on Sunday.

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Vikings and Jolly in cricket final This weekend, residents can look forward to some local cricket excitement with the final of the Louis Trichardt Cricket Club’s 20 Overs being decided on Sunday, 1 December, at Cloud’s End Hotel. The semifinal match was decided between the Vikings from Makhado (Louis Trichardt) and the Lukmans from Thohoyandou on Sunday, 24 November. Lukmans won the toss and decided to field first. The Vikings batsmen struggled a bit on a difficult batting wicket and ended up with 112 runs for the loss of

seven wickets. The top scorers for the Vikings were Leon Furstenburg with 27 off 22 balls and Frikkie van Niekerk with 18 off 38 balls. For Lukmans, Altaf picked up two wickets for 25 runs in his four overs. Lukmans also struggled on the pitch and were all bowled out for 55 runs in the 17th over. Bhatya was the only batsman getting to double figures, scoring 15 off 21 balls. For the Vikings, Warno Smit took five wickets for 17 runs in his four overs and Eduan Booysen, who was play-

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LEGALS In the Magistrate’s Court for the District of Thohoyandou Held at Thohoyandou Case no: 2620/2012, In the matter between: Masedi Phineas Tshilongo, Execution Creditor, and Elekhanyani Happy Sididza, Execution Debtor. Notice of Sale in Execution In Compliance with the judgment of the Magistrate’s Court and the warrant of execution served on 29 October 2013 the undermentioned goods wil be sold in execution on Friday 13 December 2013 at 11h00 at the Shayandima warehouse of the Sheriff Thohoyandou to the highest bidder without warranties or representations. Right title and interest: 1 x Nissan LDV, Registration Number VLJ452GP. Terms of sale: Strictly cash. Should VAT be payable in respect of the sale, it shall be payable by the purchaser. Signed at Thohoyandou on this 25th day of November. Booyens Du Preez & Boshoff INC, 653 Mphephu Drive, Thohoyandou P West, Private Bag X2358, Sibasa 0970, Tel no: 015 962 4305/6/9, Ref: T365 In the Magistrate’s Court for the District of Thohoyandou Held at Thohoyandou Case number: 541/2009, In the matter between: Makhokha Mbengeni Epson, Execution Creditor, and Mbulungeni Tshililo Margaret t/a Mbulungeni Taxis, 1st Execution Debtor, I Matshidze, 2nd Execution Debtor. Notice of Sale in Execution In Compliance with the judgment of the Magistrate’s Court of Thohoyandou and the warrant of execution served on the 3rd day of August 2013 the undermentioned goods will be sold in execution on the 13th day of December 2013 at 11h00 at the Sheriff of the Court’s Storeroom at Thohoyandou Industrial Area, to the highest bidder without warranties or representations. Execution Debtors’ Right, title and interest in and to: 3 Piece Lounge Suit, Free Standing Fridge, TV Set, Coffee Table, Toyota Dyna Reg No BXS158L. Terms of Sale: Strictly Cash. Should VAT be payable in respect of the sale, it shall be payable by the purchaser. Signed at Thohoyandou on this 21st day of November 2013. Booyens Du Preez & Boshoff INC. 653 Mphephu Drive, P-West, Thohoyandou, Tel: 015 962 4305/6, Ref: HH DU Preez/DV/M934 In theHigh Court of Limpopo Held at Thohoyandou Case number: 675/2010, In the matter between: ARB Electrical Wholesalers (Pty) Ltd, Execution Creditor, and M & M Nefa’s Electrical CC (CK

No: 1996/037788/23), 1st Execution Debtor, Atwell M. Nefale (ID no: 560621 5279 08 3), 2nd Execution Debtor. Notice of Sale in Execution In Compliance with the judgment of the Limpopo High Court and the warrant of execution served on 1 November 2013 the undermentioned goods will be sold in execution on Friday, 13 December 2013 at 11h00 by the Deputy Sheriff of the Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou at his warehouse at the Thohoyandou Industrial Area to the highest bidder without warranties or representations. Colt Mitsubishi LDV With Reg no: BZR588 L. Terms of Sale: Strictly Cash. Should VAT be payable, it shall be payable by the purchaser. Signed at Thohoyandou on this 15th day of November 2013. Booyens Du Preez & Boshoff INC. 653 Mphephu Drive, P-West, Thohoyandou, Tel: 015 962 4305/6, Ref: HH DU Preez/DV/X631 In the Magistrate’s Court for the District of Pretoria Held at Pretoria Case number: 74355/2011, In the matter between: The Body Corporate of San Martino, Plaintiff, and Mukosi David Ramutsheli (Id no: 600806 5799 089), 1st Defendant, Tshililo Esther Ramutsheli (Id no: 680102 1603 084), 2nd Defendant. Notice of Sale In pursuance of a Judgment granted on the 30 November 2011 in the above Honourable Court, and a Writ of Execution issued thereafter, the movable property listed hereunder shall be sold in execution, to the highest bidder on the 6 December 2013 at 11:00 at the Sheriff’s office Makhado, Next to Mphephu SAPS. 1 x 4 pce Lounge Suits, 1 x TV Colour Film, 1 x Standing Fridge, 1 x Coffee Table. Dated at Pretoria on this the 20th day of November 2013. EY Stuart INC. Attorneys for plaintiff, 2nd Floor, Edward Chambers, 336 Paul Krugerstraat, Pretoria, Tel: 012 322 2401, Fax: 012 322 7337, Docex: 111 Pretoria, Ref: A JOUBERT/Iv/ MAT2562/DEB857 MUTALE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY NOTICE FOR CONSOLIDATION SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH CHANGE OF LAND USE It is hereby notified that application has been made by the firm Fulwana Planning Consultants on behalf of the registered owner of Erf 1145, Erf 1146, Erf 1147, Erf 1148 and Erf 1149 Mutale Extension 1 for consolidation and rezoning from “Residential 1” to “Residential 2” for Dwelling Units in order to erect town houses.The application and the relevant documents are open for inspection at the new Municipal Building, next to Limpopo Provincial Traffic college, Mutale Town, for 28 days from 15 November 2013.Objection to the application must be

lodged with or made in writing to the municipality manager, Mutale Local Municipality, Private Bag X 1254, Mutale, 0956, for a period of 28 days from 15 November 2013.Address of authorized agent: Fulwana Planning Consultants, P.O. Box 55980, Polokwane, 0700. Tel: (015)297-6060. Fax: 086 663 5119/015 297-4040. MUTALE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY NDIVHADZO YA U TANGANYA ZWITENTSI KHATHIHI NA U SHANDUKISWA HA KUSHUMISELE KWA MAVU Vha khou divhadziwa uri huna khumbelo yo itiwaho nga vha Fulwana Planning Consultants, vho imela vhane vha zwitentsi zwi divheyaho sa Erf 1145, Erf 1146, Erf 1147, Erf 1148 na Erf 1149 Mutale Extension 1, malugana na u tanganya zwitentsi zwo bulwaho afho ntha khathihi na u shandukisa kushumisele kwa mavu u bva kha “Residential 1” vhune ha vha vhudzulo ha phera ya muta muthihi u ya kha “Residential 2“, vhune ha vha vhudzulo ha phera dza mita minzhi.Vhane vha takalela u vhala nga ha khumbelo iyi na manwalo a yelanaho nayo, vha nga a wana ofisini ya minidzhere muhulwane: wa ku dzudzanyele na mvelaphanda, kha luta lwa u thoma kha masipala wa Mutale kha tshifhato tshiswa tsha Masipala wa Mutale tsini na gudedzi la vhalanga vhuendi la Manenu, Limpopo Province. Manwalo ayo a do wanala lwa tshifhinga tshi edanaho maduvha a fumbili malo (28) u bva nga duvha la 15 Lara 2013.Vhane vha vha na mbilaelo malugana na iyi khumbelo vha nwalele minidzhere wa masipala wa Mutale kha diresi itevhelaho: Private Bag X 1254, Mutale, 0956. Mbilaelo dzi do tanganedziwa lwa maduvha a fumbili malo (28) u bva nga duvha la 15 Lara 2013. Diresi ya dzhendedzi lire mulayoni malugana na iyi khumbelo: Fulwana Planning Consultants, P.O.Box 55980, Polokwane, 0700. Tel: (015) 297 6060. Fax: (015) 297 4040/086 663 5119. Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate All persons having claims against or in favour of the under mentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days from date of publication hereof. Estate no: 1751/2013, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou, Surname: Nefale, Christian names: Livhuwani Elijah, Date of Birth: 1968-04-13, Identity no: 680413 5086 08 9, Last Address: Makhado Biaba, Nzhelele, Date of Death: 2013-08-09, Authorised agents: Nkhume Makhavhu Attorneys, Office no 45, 1st Floor, Block D, NPDC, Building, Thohoyandou, P.O Box 1015, Nzhelele, 0993, Tel/Fax: 015 962 4848. Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate All persons having claims against or in favour of the under mentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days from date of

publication hereof. Estate no: 2310/2013, Master’s office: Thohoyandou, Surname: Ravele, Christian names: Avhashoni Thomas, Date of Birth: 1969-03-01, Identity no: 690301 6030 08 1, Last Address: Ha-Ramukhuba, Vuwani, Date of death: 2013-10-30, First name and surname of surviving spouse: Mulovhedzi Vhonani Tiny, Date of Birth: 1974-11-07, Identity No: 741107 0807 08 8, Authorized agent: Nkhume Makhavhu Attorneys, Office no 45, 1st Floor, Block D, NPDC, Building, Thohoyandou, P.O Box 1015, Nzhelele, 0993, Tel/Fax no: 015 962 4848, Ref: Mukwena Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate All persons having claims against or in favour of the under mentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days from date of publication hereof. Estate no: 2330/2013, Master’s office: Thohoyandou, Surname: Mukwevho, Christian names: Khathutshelo Bethuel, Date of Birth: 1971-03-15, Identity no: 710315 6057 08 0, Last Address: Tarentaal Str 52, Makhado, Date of death: 2013-10-29, First name and surname of surviving spouse: Mukwevho Mashudu Ester, Date of Birth: 1974-06-06, Identity No: 740606 1998 086, Authorized agent: Nkhume Makhavhu Attorneys, Office no 45, 1st Floor, Block D, NPDC, Building, Thohoyandou, P.O Box 1015, Nzhelele, 0993, Tel/Fax no: 015 962 4848, Ref: Mukwena Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate All person having claim against the under mentioned Estate must lodge their claims with the Executor concerned within 30 days (for as indicated from date of publication hereof) Estate No: 2124/2013, Master’s office: Thohoyandou, Surname: Raphala, Christian names: Lusani Fhumulani, Date of Birth: 1959-08-05, ID No: 590805 0183 085, Last Address: Muledane Block H, Stand No 96, Thohoyandou District., Date of Death: 2013-1009. Name and (only one) address of executor or authorized agent: Lindani Raphala Muledane Block N, Stand No 96, Thohoyandou Dustrict. Sigwavhulimu Attorneys, Office no: 6 & 8, First Floor, LIMDEV Building Thohoyandou, Box: 747 Sibasa 0970, Tel/Fax: 015 962 1097, Po. Box: 747, Sibasa, 0970, Tel: 015 962 1097 Liquidation and Distribution Accounts in Deceased Estate Lying for Inspection. In terms of section 35(5) of Act No 66 of 1965 notice is hereby given that copies of the Liquidation and Distribution accounts in the estate specified below will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specifically stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication

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Section 16(1) of Limpopo Pound Act No. 3 of 2002 and Limpopo Regulations of 2004 state that if stock is not released within 21 days from the date of impoundment, the pound master must with the approval of the Head of the Department or the Municipal Manager as the case may be, and by notice in the prescribed form, advertise the intended sale of stock by public auction. For more information please contact the Director Community Services: Mr M.J Kanwendo at 015 519 3072. Kennis word hiermee gegee van ‘n publieke veiling waartydens 19 rondloper diere aan die publiek te koop aangebied sal word. Gedurende die veiling sal 16 beeste en 6 donkies verkoop word. Die veiling vind soos  volg plaas: : Makhado Skutkraal, Industriaweg, Makhado : 11:00 : 10 Desember 2013

Artikel 16 (1) van die Limpopo Skutwet, Wet no. 3 van 2002 en die Limpopo Regulasies van 2004 bepaal dat indien geskutte diere nie binne 21 dae vandat hul geskut is, vrygelaat word nie, die skutmeester met die goedkeuring van die Departmentshoof of die Munisipale Bestuurder, wat ookal die geval mag wees, en deur kennisgewing op die voorgeskrewe vorm, die voorgenome verkoop van vee per publieke veiling moet adverteer. Vir verdere inligting kontak die Direkteur van Gemeenskapsdienste: Mnr M J Kanwendo by (015) 519 3072. Masipala wa Makhado wu tava na okixeni ya Tidonki ta 6 na Tihomu ta 16. Okixeni yita hindlela leyi ladzelaka: : Makhado Town Cattle Pound, Industrial Road, Makhado : 11:00 : 10 Nwendzamhala 2013

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29 November 2013

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By Frank Mavhungu

By Frank Mavhungu

youth teams get selected Tough Nedbank Cup victory for Great North Provincial The players who will partic- coach of Basel FC, Mr Justice Miyambo, Tidimalo Tobejane Great North FC fought hard for their 2-0 victory over Modimolle Aces in their Nedbank Cup KO match at the Nkowankowa Stadium in Tzaneen on Saturday. Aces could have sealed the game in the first 15 minutes. They squandered three obvious scoring chances in the fourth, eighth and 14th minute. In the first instance it was John Seepe who caused an upset. Seepe stirred up the team’s fans by holding onto the ball for far too long within the box, after receiving a brilliant pass from Zecks Nare. Solomon Malope fumbled within the box four minutes later. Instead of chipping the ball and trying other possible ways, Malope did the unexpected by shooting aimlessly, with the keeper already beaten. It soon became apparent that it was Aces’ day when Freddy Kekana missed a fortune in the 14th minute. Kekana unleashed a volley from the 20-meter area. The ball hit the woodwork and landed outside the field of play for a goal kick. The wheel of fortune turned against the Modimolle side in the 29th minute. Joshua Sebola caught their keeper, Philip Rantho, napping and blasted in a rocket from inside the box. Jerry Leopa of Great North was reprimanded with a card for wasting time four minutes before the half-time whistle. The captain of Aces, Morris Chauke, was engaged in a heated debate with the referee over

some of the decisions which the whistle man took against Aces. Realizing that the situation was getting out of hand, the referee flashed yellow at Chauke in a bid to silence him. Aces lost shape in the middle of the park shortly after the incident. Great North scored the second through Eric Ngoepe in the 78th minute. Great North beat Blue Rocks 4-3 in the final at the same venue later that afternoon.

ipate in the provincial U/13 and U/15 teams were selected during the inter-regional tournament which was staged at the Makwarela Stadium on Sunday. According to the chairman of the competitions committee for the Vhembe Regional Association, Mr Mulimisi Muneri, the teams will represent the province during the national tournament next month. Mr Juluka Hobyane will be coaching the U/15 team and he will be assisted by the former

Mtileni. Eight of the 18 U/15 players who were selected on Sunday are from Vhembe District, while the other districts, Capricorn, Sekhukhune, Waterberg and Mopani, share the remaining ten. The U/15 squad comprises Jan Mahloni, Wayne Vunza, Matsimele Ntsoane, Divine Mithi, Johnson Nkambule, Kulani Ratshikhopha, Lesiba Letoka, Vusi Sambo, Amos Molomo, Jake Risiba, Milian Maboya, Lehutso Mokgoadi, Mfumo Mongwe, Junaid Maluleke, Malwandu

and Shikwane Mapitsing. The players in the U/13 squad are Gerald Shikwamba, Oratile Ndou, Jackson Mehlape, Brighton Raluswinga, Maisela Lekolwane, Cassius Mailula, Kabelo Monyana, Lutendo Munyalo, Mohale Rabotole, Katlego Masekoa, Kgolego Malema, John Musina, Thabang Modiba, Kgotlego Thabiso, Karabo Mamokabi, Kgathaso Mataboge, Tully Tebeila and Gift Monyepao. The names of the U/13 head coach and his assistant will be announced soon.

James Maseko of Aces hooks the ball.

The provincial U/13 squad.

The provincial U/15 team. Reginald Soko of Aces kicks the ball after winning it from David Bopape of Great North (down). Solomon Maake of Great North is in the background.

Sports trophies were presented to students of Ridgeway College during their award ceremony on 19 November. From left to right are Mpho Sadiki and Hulisani Madzhie, who share the trophy for the best girl soccer player, Tshumelo Mukwevho (best boy soccer player), Gregory Jenvey (best cricket player), Jadie McLeod (best junior netball player) and Hlamalni Mavukane (best senior netball player).

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22 29 November 2013 By Kaizer Nengovhela

By Elmon Tshikhudo

Benny’s aim high in national U/16 final

New uniforms for Thulamela’s team

Local soccer champions Benny’s Care Soccer Academy aim to bring the trophy home when Limpopo host the Metropolitan U/16 championship next week. It will be held at the old Peter Mokaba Stadium. The tournament will honour a former player of Benny’s, Andani Kutama, who collapsed on the pitch and died in Durban during last year’s tournament. The coach of Benny's, Mr Justice Matloga, expressed his joy with the school’s performances this year. He added that their prepara-

Thulamela Mayor Cllr Grace Mahosi led by example when, after she had presented new soccer and netball kits to the municipal teams, she participated in an exciting game of netball. It happened last Wednesady at the Makwarela Stadium. Ms E Makungo, the wellness programme officer of the municipality, said every Wednesday employees participated in different sporting codes and traditional dances. She said they were doing this in an effort to encourage a healthy lifestyle

tions were well underway “and my boys are looking forward to this challenge,” he added. He warned his team that they must score more goals if they wish to progress further. “The players are young and inexperienced but have been playing for a few years now, so they know each other well. I can see them getting more and more confident as the days progress,” he added. The brand manager of Metropolitan, Ms Belinda Faulkner, said football had the ability to develop and unite people and had

also shown itself to be a fantastic medium through which young people could learn the values of discipline, team work and good health, all while having fun. “We have always believed that football development cannot be effected in isolation and, to tie in with our holistic approach, we have devised a Life Skills programme that forms a key component of all Metropolitan-sponsored events, aimed at equipping the youngsters to handle some of the challenges they may face on their way to becoming the superstars of tomorrow.”

Benny's Care will represent Limpopo.

among the staff. “We have a workforce of more than 600 and more than 120 are active in this programme. We are encouraging all our employees to be part of this initiative and we hope that, through the introduction of the uniforms, many will be lured to the games and that we will have an active staff,” she said. Makungo said they would soon be affiliating with a municipal sports organisation where they would be able to compete with other teams from other municipalities. “We will soon

have our own well-equipped fitness centre where all employees will have the chance to exercise. Our main aim is to have healthy employees who are free from stress,” added Makungo. Mahosi said sport did not end on the field, but also served as a catalyst for fostering unity at the work place. “We need a united and a healthy workforce, which will be able to dispense their services to the fullest. The uniforms will, besides giving the teams a sense of identity, also motivate those not taking part to become involved,” said Mahosi.

Leading by example, Mayor Mahosi participates in a netball game after handing over the uniforms to the teams.

Thulamela Mayor Cllr Grace Mahosi (left) and her managers pose with the different teams after handing over the kits. By Kaizer Nengovhela

Mr Donald Ratshilengo (second from left) donated soccer kit to Tshiozwi Dynamos and Tshiozwi Pat Mates during a ceremony at Tshiozwi two weeks ago. Photographed during the event were, from left to right, Gwasda Nedzamba, Ratshilengo, Calvin Sidebi, Tshilio Siebe and Samuel Maemu.

The newly formed Madodonga Mabilu FC received new soccer kit from Sinugani Bricks during a ceremony last Tuesday. Photographed during the event are, from left to right, Thato Mothekethethela, Mr Sergio Jose (Sinugani Bricks), Tshivhade Nthulani (captaion of the team) and Mr Madambi Lisoga (manager of Madodonga Mabilu FC).

Shela Mboma in finals of Vhuthihi Ravele Shela Mboma played their substitution chances. The Liverpool were unlucky in the their hearts out to beat Mad- goal that helped Shela Mboma 78th minute. They received a abani Liverpool 1-0 in the semi- proceed to the final came in free kick at the edge of the penfinal of the Vhuthihi tourna- the 67th minute. Lucky Nonga alty box after Tumelo Machaba ment at Madabani on Sunday. scored when he finished off a was brought down on the brink The match was equally con- well-cooked pass from Tendani of scoring. Rudzani Nebulu shot tested, but Liverpool created Ramovha. a little wide. more chances. In the 14th minute, Khathutshelo Raduvha of Liverpool received a good pass from Tshepo Ragimana but shot wide from close range. Five minutes later, Rudzani Nebulu of the home team broke loose, but his half-volley was off target. Azwindini Sevene of the visitors was booked for dirty tricks. In the second half, Shela Mboma cooled the ball down in the middle of the park, thus giving their opponents no chance to do as they pleased. Both sides used all Nndwakhulu Maleboho of Liverpool beats Tendani Ramovha.


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By Kaizer Nengovhela

Stone Breakers win Masibambane tournament Tshikwani Stone Breakers beat Madombidzha Celtic 6-5 in the final match of the Masibambane tournament, played at the Madombidzha grounds on Sunday. The two teams played to a 1-all draw and the winner was determined through a penalty shoot-out. The visitors were strong at the far back and striking force, but they lacked cohesion in the middle of the park. The balls that threatened the

defence of Celtic were ballooned from behind. The home team enjoyed more ball possession, but their promising moves couldn’t penetrate the defence of Breakers. The boys from Tshikwani deserved the victory. From the onset their midfielders were dictating the terms and their strikers kept on unleashing rockets from outside the box. The home side came close to

scoring in the 17th minute, when Edwin Muludzi broke loose and shot wide with only the keeper to beat. Sukanani Netshukwi of Celtic missed the ball and Godfrey Magera of Breakers received it, beating keeper Shadrack Mudimeli easily to make the half-time score 1-0. Both sides effected some changes to their starting teams late in the second half. This changed the complexion of the match, because Celtic were looking for the equaliser. Two players who went into the referee’s book for rough play are Aubrey Hamisi of Breakers and Rudzani Lisoga of Celtic. Phumudzo Ramantswana of Breakers handled the ball inside his penalty area and the referee pointed to the white spot. Mushoni Leaka of Celtic scored from the spot to equalise.

Sukanani Netshikhwi of Celtic controls the ball, Mushoni Leaka of Celtic attacks the ball, while Fhulufhelo Rambau with Phumudzo Ramantswana ready to pounce pulls him back. on any mistake.

Polokwane City, the only team from Limpopo in this season’s Absa Premiership, humbled the University of Pretoria 3-0 in a league match at the old Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday. AmaTuks were a revelation in their debut top-flight campaign last season but are finding the second season a much tougher prospect. City’s goals were scored by Tlolane in the eighth minute, Kanyenda in the 12th and Moyana in the 42nd minute. In our photo, Mothusi Gopane of Polokwane battles with Lantshene Phalane of AmaTuks for possession of the ball. © Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix.

By Frank Mavhungu

6-2 Humiliation for Joe’s Express Joe’s Express will not take part in the next stage of the prestigious Nedbank Cup KO Competition. They were booted out of the competition by Blue Rocks, who brutally walloped them 6-2 at the Nkowankowa Stadium in Tzaneen last Saturday.

Express approached the game like a house of fire. It took them only eight minutes to open their account. They were awarded a free kick just outside the penalty box. Takalani Ramagalela unleashed volley from the free kick and a defender of Blue Rocks, Joshua Sebola, deflected

the ball back into his own net while trying to clear. Blue Rocks regrouped from behind and started to create some defence-splitting moves as they approach the opponents’ danger area. Their efforts paid off 24 minutes into the game. They were also awarded a free kick at the edge of the penalty box. Walter Ngobeni beat the Express keeper, Bomba Muleka, with a ground cutter. Joe’s Express reclaimed their lead through Rendani “Zebe” Madega in the 35th minute. He headed home, following a beautiful pass from Thembisani Nevhulamba. Express introduced Nndateni Netshitadi for Mukhethwa Mundalamo two minutes later. That was not good enough to stop Blue Rocks from scoring the equalizer. They were awarded a Chris Moremi of Blue Rocks (front) and Takalani Ramagalela of penalty after Aubrey Ndou kicked an opExpress chase the outgoing ball. ponent on the head inside the box. Walter Ngobeni scored from the spot to bring the half time score to 2-2. The referee, Mr Chris Mugeri, warned Rendani Madega of Express with a card for obstruction. Joe’s Express lost their original fighting spirit as the game progressed. They conceded four goals which came via Alpheus Ramolepo, Adriaan Mavunza, Chris Moremi and Walter Ngobeni within a space of 15 minutes. Thembisani Nevhulamba of Express (front) and Walter Ngobeni of Blue Rocks chase the ball.

Leopards’ top striker, David Zulu.

Leopards’ head coach, Mr Kostadin Papic.

NFD fixtures

More league points for Lidoda Duvha? Black Leopards will teach United FC a free soccer lesson at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg on Sunday afternoon if the words of Leopards’ head coach, Mr Kostadin Papic, are anything to go by. Papic said that their 7-4 victory over Maluti FET College at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane had boosted the team’s morale to a large extent. According to him, the team is now on the right track to win the league title, come the end of the season. United must keep a watchful eye on the Leopards front runners, David Zulu, Meshack Maphangule and Karabo

Tsepe, or else they will regret it. Zulu scored a hat trick in their match against Maluti FET College last Saturday. African Warriors will host Blackburn Rovers at the Charles Mopedi Stadium in the other match that will also be played on Sunday. Tomorrow will see FC Cape Town take on Sivutsa Stars at the NNK Rugby Stadium in Cape Town. Vasco da Gama will try their luck against Roses United at the Kaizer Sebotlelo Stadium in East London. Baroka will host Santos at the old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. Baroka rose to the occasion and beat the other

side from the mother city, Chippa United, at the Philipi Stadium in Cape Town last Friday evening. Milano United will have a date with Maluti FET College at the Grassy Park Stadium in Cape Town. Milano are currently leading the pack, and the FET College students will be lucky if they manage to grab a point in the match. Jomo Cosmos will play in front of their home crowd. They will entertain Thanda Royal Zulu at the Makhulong Stadium in Thembisa. Chippa United and Witbank Spurs will lock horns at the Philipi Stadium in Cape Town.

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