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Set alight clean the dead woman’s clothes as is the custom. She was, however, dragged to the street, doused A resident of Thomo outside Giyani, Ms Katrina with petrol and set alight,” said her sobbing son. Nkovani (49), was doused with petrol and burnt to The family is struggling to bury their loved death on Monday. It is alleged that she had been one as the breadwinner in the family is not getaccused of having killed her own relative. ting any salary because they are on strike at the Nkovani was allegedly lured to her death, after being Marikana mine. called by the family to assist in the cleaning of the blanThe spokesperson for the Limpopo kets belonging to the late relative. Police, Col Ronél Otto, expressed On arrival at the relative’s house, she was told that she shock about the killing of innocent was wanted at the local tribal office. At the tribal office, people in Giyani and other areas in she was allegedly attacked with rocks, doused with Limpopo. petrol and set alight. She urged the community to change She later died at the local hospital. their attitude and not to take the law This is not an isolated incident of people being burnt into their own hands. She said they on suspicion of murder. Two months ago, Granny must report all people suspected of Mamayila Nkuna was doused with petrol and set alight crimes. at Shimawusa village also outside Giyani after sbeing “Incidents of this nature are always accused of practising witchcraft. on the increase. Hardly a week passes Narrating the events and subsequent death of his moth- without such incidents happening er, the deceased’s son, Dan, said his mother was a good and this has become a source of person who would not even harm a fly. “My mother was great concern,” she said. Otto adda staunch Christian. She was filled with love and could ed that no one had been arrested not have killed any person. We do not even know what so far, but investigations were at could have led our relatives to believe that she had killed an advanced stage. her relative, Phindile Nkovani.” He said the killing of his mother had been well Right: The deceased’s son, planned. “After Pindile’s burial on Sunday, they had Dan, said the murder of his planned during the funeral to kill my mother. The folmother was well planned. lowing day (Monday) she was phoned to come and help By Elmon Tshikhudo

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Two new Thusong Service Centres open The newly constructed Thusong Service Centres for Wards 5 and 6 in Musina were officially handed to the residents by Cllr Fistos Mafela, the councillor who is responsible for infrastructure development in the Musina municipality. The Nancefield Ext 7 (commonly known as Campbell) Thusong Service Centre was constructed at a total cost of R2,2 million and the Nancefield Ext 8 (Matswale) centre cost R1,2 million. Both centres consist of

offices, fencing, a parking area and ablution facilities. When handing over the projects, Mafela stated that the Thusong Service Centres were “one-stop, integrated community-development centres. They will empower the poor and disadvantaged through access to information, services and resources from the government, non-governmental organizations, parastatals and business, enabling them to engage in government programmes for the improvement

of their lives. The government´s vision for Thusong service centres is to provide every South African citizen with access to information and services within their place of residence with the purpose of improving the quality of their lives through integrated service delivery.” After handing over the Thusong service centres, Mafela and his entourage proceeded to Nancefield Ext 8 (Matswale) to hand over the R1,3 million public park officially.

Cllr Humbulani Muluvhedzi of Thulamela has been awarding cash prizes to pupils for the past few years. She started with R500, but today she is giving R1 000. Three weeks ago, she handed over R1 000 to Lucky Nyamande (13), a Grade 8 pupil at Lwandani Secondary School. Also in the photograph are Khathu Mapholi (ANC Lwandani branch), Mr Aaron Netshifhefhe (Tshisahulu Sanco) and Mr Reggie Nengovhela (SGB chairperson) Letter - In memoriam

May the soul of this teacher rest in peace


he journey towards Easter 2014 deprived not only the Matamela family of a loved one; it also deprived the Vleifontein community of a community builder, a Christian mother to many and a teacher to the learners of Tshiawelo High School. She held the two roles perfectly in balance. When a teacher passes on to the afterlife, a history is lost and a communiCouncillor Fistos Mafela, who is responsible for infrastructural development in the Musina ty mourns. Mrs Nthatheni Florence MatMunicipality, officially opens the Nancefield Ext 7 Thusong Service Centre. On the right is Cllr amela, born Musehane, loved James Kaunda. education and saw it as a way out of ignorance and a stepping stone to development of her community and her people. In her years as a teacher, professionals of note were established because of the firm foundation of love and care she provided. She understood the value of giving others the opportunity to have a better life through education. She lived through years of serious inner tension on the

Feedback from our readers Story: Millions made available to fix the region’s roads Comment: I do not know if Mr Masoga or MEC Magadze read this newspaper, but if they do I would like them to prioritise the road that connects Mapate, Lwamondo and Duthuni and the river crossings (bridges). If you could check the history of these bridges, particularly the Dzindi river one, every time there are heavy rains, it gets washed away. This means that the contractors are doing a poor

quality job. Mapate village is the only village that has been left out. The surrounding villages including Duthuni/Tshisahulu and Lwamondo have their main roads tarred, but Mapate’s road is still a gravel road. While there is always a blame game between the municipal councillors and the province about who owns the road, we as the public do not care much about who owns the road, all we want is to see the bridge fixed and the road tarred. It has been a long time since the bridge had washed away. Our children, brothers and sisters cannot go to school when it rains. The councillor does not come to the people. She does not care while she is getting fat cheques every month from our hard earned taxes. It’s unfair. It’s a pity because people are still going to vote for the same party even with all these problems. - Benson Mpete Comment: If we could only have elections every other year, our country would really become great! These are just cheap election tactics. The road from Madombidzha to LTT is absolutely horrible. There are sections of it that are so bad that traffic actually goes offroad to avoid the potholes. That whole stretch is not even fit to be called a road. It is not a road filled with potholes, it is a whole bunch of holes in the ground tied together with bits of tar. This level of incompetence is something special and yet the electorate will continue buying this A-grade nonsense from these people. Vote with your heads people, it is just a political party. Loyalty is for sports teams. Love should be reserved for other things and not political parties!! - Khathu Ndouvhada

value of education. She chose to embrace methodologies of learning, skills, and the principles of self-love and love of others. In this tense and sometimes tumultuous environment, she gave her best. In the late eighties and nineties, she witnessed and took part in the many changes that took place in education. She shared in the frustration experienced by those in her profession. In all this, she did not lose sight of the work at hand, namely the education of her learners. The importance of being prepared to teach and impart knowledge that would unlock doors formerly closed to her generation and a generation past was her motivation in life. Her pursuit of heaven as a Christian was in equal measure to her efforts to ensure that her community was left in a better position than it was when she found it. The twin problems of ill health and poverty were a

reality she faced daily. Today we can proudly say she ran her race and did her best. With the emergence of individualism and moral decadence, the community is left poorer without her. The condition of the Elim-Makhado route, which she travelled every day, should not be left unchallenged. The road is a death trap! Forward planning requires that the growth in the volume of car users should be considered seriously; the same is true for the road maintenance. This does not absolve the leadership from improving on management of infrastructure. Today, as we mourn Vho Mme Matamela’s untimely death, one could say: never again should the state of our infrastructure be a contributory factor to a family’s and community’s pain. May her soul rest in peace - Sello Hector Madima, a former student of Mrs Mathamela. (Letter shortened – Ed)


“Why the Vhavenda people should vote ANC”


ast week this paper published a letter from Mr LB Magolane in which he suggests reasons why Vhavenda people should not vote ANC. I agree with him that people living in the Venda area voted overwhelmingly for the ANC, which was in and of itself a positive development. I strongly disagree with him, however, on the reasons he advances and on the conclusion he wishes his target audience to buy into. Toll gates are a mechanism that the current state has put in place in the current developmental conjuncture. No one can gainsay that the N1 is now a pleasure to drive on. Nor can anyone gainsay that the two toll gates referred to do not only serve people from the Venda area, but also countless vehicular traffic from Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and other SADC states. Surely these huge cargo carriers should pay for the strain they inflict on our roads? So too should the huge delivery trucks that belong to the chain stores in our area. The matter of appointments at the University of Venda deserves some comment. The

ANC does not make appointments at the university. This insinuation is as mischievous as it is misleading. The appointment of staff, including that of Vice Chancellor and other senior staff, vests in the Council. The ANC is not represented in the Council. So, blaming the ANC for appointments at a university is like barking up a wrong tree. The ANC has created an environment, through government, that enables universities to run their affairs in a democratic manner. These foreigners do not appoint themselves, and once appointed, they are not supposed to manage themselves. The Council should not abdicate its responsibility. If it does, the ANC should not be blamed. The Council should be held accountable. They should not allow a Vice Chancellor, foreigner or not, to manage them. They should also not allow the academic enterprise to be compromised. This implies that people on the Council must understand the academic enterprise, not from hearsay, but from an experience of personal academic excellence. The issues of development,

ethnicity and governance raised in the letter are all the more reason the current government should be held accountable. If another party comes into power, it will simply absolve itself and plead innocence and ignorance, and blame the previous government. The current government has established a basis to work from, and needs to be supported to continue. As they say, Rome was not built in a day. This is not an attempt to absolve the ANC. It is an attempt to hold them accountable. They must use the experience they have garnered for the past twenty years to complete the developmental project they have started, and for that reason they must not only be returned to power, but they must also be held accountable. The other problems that emanate in a developmental state must be solved as we go along. Abandoning your cause is not a solution. It can only enmesh us in a web of complexities and complications that will return us to yesteryear. - Khuliso Nemadzivhanani, former registrar - University of Venda


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By Kaizer Nengovhela

Naked body of popular man found on football field ceased, Mr Sampson Mpilo, said that the way Mulalo had died affected the whole family. "We are worried and still traumatised about the incident. We are greatly saddened about his death," he said. He added that his cousin was a healthy man. "I was with him on Saturday, the day before he was found dead. It really pains me a lot," said Sampson. The deceased's mother, Florence Mpilo, came all the way from her home to see her son lying dead on the stony ground. "Culprits walk the streets freely," she moaned angrily. "I am without words. I did not nurse my son, he was not sick. There's no justice in our country. This is not the first case of this nature here in Madombidzha." Close family members and relatives were very emotional and broke out in tears

when Mulalo's body was taken away by the forensic pathologists. Mr David Davhana, Ward 21's councillor, said that no person had the right to take another person's life. He said the government and the church must join hands to fight the demon of murder, especially in Madombidzha, where someone is killed every weekend. "Human life is very important," he continues. "Alcohol abuse, school dropouts, unemployment and poverty are some of the worst evils in our area. They all contribute to the high level of crime." Tshilwavhusiku police spokesperson Const Munyadziwa Marindi confirmed the incident. "We found the deceased's body lying on the ground," she stated. "We have opened an inquest dock-

et and are waiting for the post mortem results." She said that when the police arrived at the scene, they inspected the body, together with members of the family. “The body had wounds and the cause of his death is still not known," she said. "Anyone with information regarding what has happened must just call the police and furnish us with the information. We do not even want those people to reveal their names. They must just call us and give us the information and then we will investigate," said Marindi. Mulalo will be buried tomorrow (Saturday). The service will start at 06:00 at his home.


The lifeless body of a naked man was found in the early hours of Sunday at the football grounds of Madombidzha Try Again in Madombidzha. He was identified as Mulalo Mpilo (29). His clothes and a shoe were found more than 500m away from the scene where his body was found. He was known as "Lucia” in the village and was depicted by many residents as somebody who was very polite and never quarrelled with anyone. "He was a good man and did not deserve to die like this," said members of the community. The family said that they found wounds body. all over his A cousin of the de-



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Three children die in burning mud house

Limpopo celebrates Freedom Day The Premier of Limpopo, workplace organising, collective armed. “We will work hard in Mr Stan Mathabatha, says bargaining, equal pay for equal the coming years to unlock the the ANC-led government has work, health and safety, affirma- huge economic potential in our electrified more than 87% of tive action, skills development, mining and agricultural sectors,” households in this province minimum wages for workers in Mathabatha added. and is continuing to improve vulnerable sectors, the right to During the event, the Limpothe living conditions of the strike, and the right to peaceful po leader of the Congress of the people. protest. People, Mr Patrick Sikhutshi, He addressed thousands of He emphasised that all South lashed out at the Makhado people at the Vhuilafuri Stadium Africans have the right to assem- Municipality, saying that they on Sunday, during the provincial ble, to demonstrate, to picket and had filled potholes in the tarred Freedom Day celebrations. to present petitions, provided road with sand in order for the “Government’s intervention this is done peacefully and un- Premier’s car to pass. in the improvement of education led to an increase in [the] matric pass rate from 38% in 1994 to 71.8 percent in 2013. More than 96% of the pupils in Limpopo benefit from the no-fee school policy. We have connected about 86% of households with clean, potable water. We are proud to mention that during this period, we have housed over one million people.” He added that the province was characterised by extreme Gospel singer Solly Moholo and his group entertained the guests during levels of poverty and the Freedom Day celebrations. disease, particularly in the rural areas, in 1994. “People were denied even the most basic means of survival such as access to decent housing, electricity, water, tarred roads and recreational facilities,” he said. According to him, the “dark cloud of apartheid” has given way to the “blue skies of human rights, dignity and a better life for all”. He also mentioned that for the past 20 years, workers have enjoyed rights, Limpopo police women in action with a traditional Tsonga dance during including trade union the celebrations.


Three children from Mabidi it. Otto revealed, however, that the outside Vuwani were burnt to police are at present investigating death inside a mud house in the allegations that the houses were set early hours of Sunday. Nyeleti alight because the mother of the chilMathavha (9), Kulani Mathavha dren was involved in a stock theft. (6) and Titswalo Mathavha (4) “The children’s mother, Tshituka were nearly burnt beyond recog- Rosemary Mathava (28), and four nition in the incident. other people were recently arrested Police spokesman Col Ronél on allegations that they had stolen a Otto said preliminary investigations cow and slaughtered the animal. She revealed that the three were staying appeared in court and was released with their 46-year-old grandmother on bail. Investigations into this case when the incident happened. “It is are also continuing,” said Otto. Kulani Mathavha (6). alleged that the grandmother was not at home when the fire started at approximately 01:00 on Sunday morning. By the time members of the police arrived on the scene, the two mud houses were already destroyed by the flames,” Otto said. According to Otto, the cause of the fire is not yet known and members from the forensic services will conduct investigations at the scene to try and de- Ms Daheni Mashimbyi, grandmother of the children, shows where they termine what had caused were burnt to death.

The Makhado municipality recently officially opened a new community hall in the Dzanani Township. The estimated R9 million hall will also be used as an indoor sports centre. The councillor for Ward 35, Cllr Tshifhiwa Mamafha, said the hall would be utilised by young people to participate in various indoor sporting codes. In our photo, Cllr David Mutavhatsindi is photographed with some of the municipal council executive members while cutting the ceremonial ribbon.

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“Municipality is not ANC property” Government facilities, offices and community buildings belong to the public and not to the ANC, said the Cope Vhembe regional chairperson, Mr Geoffrey Tshibvumo. In a media statement, Tshibvumo expressed his party’s disappointment “by the arrogance and disrespect that is being displayed by the political leaders of Musina Municipality”. He referred to ANC campaign material that was stored at the municipal grounds under the guard of municipal security [personnel], “who are being paid by taxpayer’s money”. He added that a similar situation also occurred at Vleifontein community hall, which is in Ward 20 of Makhado Municipality. “Political organizations must store all their campaigning material in their own yards or offices.” Tshibvumo added.

In reaction to the Cope report, the communications manager of the Musina Local Municipality, Mr Wilson Dzebu, said that municipal buildings were public facilities and they were available to any member of the public. “At any given time, we have government departments and contractors who also store their goods and vehicles in our municipal yard – as long as it does not affect service delivery. We received a request from the ANC on 14 February 2014 and granted them permission to park their trailers.” Dzebu added that the municipality treated the ANC like any other institution requesting the use of municipal facilities. “We did not receive any request from other political parties, otherwise we would have granted them permission too,” Dzebu said.

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Society for the Aged in Elim celebrates 21st anniversary The Elim-Hlanganani Society for the Care of the Aged recently celebrated its 21st anniversary at Waterval with visitors from Switzerland. The organisation caters for 800 elderly people around Waterval. The guest speaker, Ms Dominique Robert from Switzerland, represented the Swiss funders and said that senior citizens deserved to be treated with respect, dignity and honour. “They brought freedom and democracy and, through many years of sweat, built the country’s economy. We have to show great appreciation by giving the elderly people love, care and support at all times.” She added that elders possessed a wealth of knowledge, experience and wisdom which they should share with the young generation. The elderly are the pillars of families and reservoirs of cultural values, which can help nurture the young people to become better persons. The representative of the senior citizens and director of organisation, Ms Florence Khoza, encouraged the youth to show dignity and respect to

their grandparents and urged young people and community members to value and appreciate the good work done by the elderly. Khoza said many of the elderly were beaten up for their grant money by their own children and grandchildren. Some are even sexually abused and molested and called abusive names by their own people, she added. Speaking during the event, Mr Carl Henning said the elderly deserved the best in life as they were the ones who brought the next generation into this world. He said it was shameful to see that there were still people out there who took pride in abusing the elderly. Henning said they suffered many types of abuse, even at places where they should be getting preferential treatment like at banks, public transport and health institutions, where they were forced to queue like children. “As caring businesspeople, we cannot just sit down and watch as if nothing is happening. We have to act and make our elderly comfortable,” he said

Photographed during the celebrations were, from left to right, Mesdames Florence Khoza, Dominique Robert and Margo McNeil and Messrs Amie Chhaya and Carl Henning during the celebration event. Church news

Prophetic conference at Emmanuel A prophetic conference will be held at the Emmanuel Christian Church in Makhado (Louis Trichardt) with international guest speakers Benjamin Arde and Leon du Preez from

9 to 11 May. Limited seats are available and the cost is R300 per person. For bookings or more information, contact the church office at 015 516 4282.

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Tshikandeledzi not afraid of issues The poet that soothes the heart At the age of 43, Eddy Masakona has achieved more things than some people who have lived for 100 years. Despite the fact that he does not have a distinctive posture, Masakona is a true reflection that a hardworking person can achieve his goals simultaneously. Masakona, who hails from Nzhelele Ha-Rabali, is a five-in-one – he is a performing artist, a full-time pastor, a radio presenter, a counsellor and a family man. How does this man alternate between all these roles without compromising any of the others? “I make sure that I spend every minute effectively, and I don’t have any time to waste. I work hard in everything I do to make sure that, at the end of the day, I get the desired results.” Nicknamed Tshikandeledzi by radio lovers, Masakona presents Mulisa wa ndele, a

programme which airs every Sunday between 06:00 and 09:00 on Musina FM. “The programme tackles issues about the Christian religion and how people can overcome the influences from Satan. I also invite other pastors who come and preach. I also play anointing gospel music and interview gospel artists in order to promote their music. Each time I open the telephone lines, people call in large numbers to show that they are interested in my show.” After the programme every Sunday, Masakona travels to Folovhodwe village where he is a full-time pastor for the Word of Power Worship Centre. He claims his church is overcrowded every Sunday because he performs miracles in the powerful name of Jesus. “I also counsel church members and community members with social problems.” As a performing artist, Masakona has seven successful albums to his name. “I played keyboards for Paul Mulaudzi for 20 years before I decided to go solo. My first album, Vhonani Murena Yesu, was released in 2000. It was followed by Mupfumi Mushai, which I did with the Macro Boys two years later. I then recorded Farelela, Africa, Vho ita midzimu yavho, Ndi a mu funa Yesu and the latest album, Ndi a swa, which was released last year.” As a family man, Masakona says he draws inspiration from his wife, Reginah, and his children, who keep on supporting him in whatever he does.

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A resident of Mphambo near Malamulele, Esaya the Poet, or Esaya Morgen Hlongwane as he was baptized, is an itinerant performance poet. He moves from village to village and from town to city, reciting and selling his recorded poetry to the people. His poetry is provocative as he tackles the issues of lack of service delivery and corruption in bigger offices. However, his subject matter is also steeped in the Bible as he uses his poetry to tell people to repent. “I discovered the art of poetry, music, song writing and script writing way back in the early 1980s while at secondary school,” he recalled. “Pupils performed my work during what was then called school concerts.” Esaya the Poet has, so far, recorded and released five albums. The one which is still receiving massive acceptance by fans is Messenger No.4 - Sokologa. The kind of poems in Sokologa speak directly to the mind and soothes broken hearts. For this poet, poetry means sharing what God has deposited in him. “My albums are called ‘messengers’ because they have a unique style of message which I receive from God, who sent me to deliver messages to the

people through poetry,” he said. Now, at more than 40 years of age, Esaya the Poet is a family man who enjoys spending quality time with his wife and three children. He is also a professional teacher attached to George Hasani School at Mavambe. “My primary aim is to preach the gospel through my poetic preaching style,” he states. “If ever there shall be any remunerations for the good work that God sent me to do, that will be a bonus because I am already receiving God’s blessings.” He has a profound love for South Africa. “South Africa is a blessed country full of opportunities,” he says. “There are no barriers in SA if you know what you want. You only need to commit yourself towards what you want and know.” He says it pains him to see people undermining the law and not committing themselves in prayer. “I don’t like the government’s attitude towards artists when comes to the burning issue of piracy,” he says. “People are killing the music industry by pirating our music and the government is dragging its feet about the matter.” Left: Esaya the poet.


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Sintamassip honours region’s Grade 12 achievers The Sinthumule/Kutama School Intervention Programme (Sintamassip) honoured last year’s Grade 12 top achievers during a ceremony at the Madombidzha hall on Saturday. The pupils received laptop computers and cash prizes in recognition of their outstanding performances and hard work

as reflected in their results. The chairperson of Sintamassip, Mr Tshiila Ravhuhali, said the rewards were meant to encourage pupils to work hard to improve education in the district. “We have seen positive results since we started the idea of the award ceremony some years ago. The award creates a spirit of

hard work and this helps in the improvement of results in our schools.” He urged members of the community to encourage learners to stick to education, as it benefits their and the community’s future in the long run. A motivational speaker, artist Ernest “Dr Malinga” Moleko, encouraged the youth to take education seriously, so that they can learn to face the challenges of the future. He encouraged the parents to cooperate with the Department of Education and other stakeholders for the benefit of education in the country. He said it was important to set up realistic goals that could be achieved within a given period in life. Pupils were rewarded according to their achievement in various learning areas. The pupils who received rewards are: Lutendo Kutama of Tshiungulela (best language), Joseph Moyana of Jonothan Thifhulufhelwi (best science), Lutendo Nwedo of Litshovhu (best commerce), and Funanani Mugeri of Sinugani (general stream). The overall top pupil in the Sinthumule/Kutama area is Tshepiso Ngoato of Jonothan Thifhulufhelwi. Apart from a laptop computer, he also received R3 000. The rewards were sponsored Dr Jerome From left to right are the well-known artist, Ernest “Dr Malinga” Moleko, Tshiila Manenzhe, Dr Ravhuhali, Dr Nthambeleni Ravhuhali, Funanani Mugeri, Joyce Mugeri, Mukhethwa Nthambeleni and Mr and Sintamassip. Sonnyboy Masuka, principal of Sinugani High. Road Safety

Testing station reopens Mr Reekie Moyo is an emerging businessman from Musina who owns a few vehicles. Each time he acquired a vehicle in his fleet, he had to travel to Makhado (Louis Trichardt) for a roadworthy test. Good news for Moya and thousands of other local motorists is that such a trip is now history. This comes after the reopening the Musina Vehicle Testing Station during the past month. The vehicle testing station was closed by the Department of Transport three years ago because it did not meet some minimum requirements at the time. The challenges at the vehicle testing station included a shortage of staff and the aging infrastructure. Municipal spokesperson Wilson Dzebu has urged all motorists in Musina to take advantage of the services of the testing station which they could

not access for the past three years. “I encourage every motorist in Musina to make use of the vehicle testing station. Safer vehicles are an important element in making our roads safe.” Dzebu urged drivers to adhere to the rules of the road and also to make sure that their vehicles were roadworthy at all times. “The municipality, on its own, cannot win the war against the carnage on our roads without the support of the community. We can save a lot of lives on our roads if we all take responsibility for road safety.” He says the municipality is working hard to make sure that services are brought closer to the people. “Despite a lack of resources and manpower, we are doing our best to dignify the lives of our people by providing them with the much-needed services.”




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“Remember the great local authors” The MEC for Sports, Arts and Culture, Ms Merriam Ramadwa, urged young pupils in the province to take education seriously by reading more books. “We encourage a culture of learning among the young people as reading books

encourages norms and values,” said Ramadwa. She was joined by Thulamela Mayor Grace Mahosi and members from Limpopo’s Pan South African Language Board during the Vhembe region’s World Book Day celebrations at the Thohoyandou Library last Wednesday. According to her, her department has so far built 68 libraries and some of them are equipped with modern technology, such as computer centres. “We want our young pupils to develop reading clubs and not to waste time roaming the streets or abusing drugs.” She added that as communities and school learners celebrated World Book Day, they must also remembered some of the great authors of our own such as Vho-Dzivhani, Maumela, and Sigwavhulimu, among others. Some of their books have contributed to the struggle for liberation. More than 100 young pupils from school such MEC Merriam Ramadwa (left) presents books as Tshedza, Tshiluvhi and Phingalale took part in to the representative of Mphigalale Primary the celebrations and some of the pupils read from School, Ms Brenda Ramagwa. books in Tshivenda and XiTsonga. By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

Community library for Nzhelele area The Department of Sports, development. In cases when even manage to be in the national Arts and Culture is committed people strike, we should tell our top ten,” she said. to instilling a culture of learn- children to refrain from burning The head of sports, arts and ing and reading while simulta- the government’s infrastructure,” culture in the Makhado Local neously eradicating illiteracy. she said. Municipality, Cllr Richard ThanAbout three weeks ago, the She said it was a relief that davhathu, thanked the provincial department held a sod-turning the provincial department had department. ceremony in the Dzanani town- remembered the VDM. “The “Our children need to be ship in Nzhelele to signify the department had realised that we exposed to various education building of the new community (VDM) are the cream of Lim- materials from a tender age and library in the area. The provin- popo. Every year we produce this library will provide that,” cial community library is meant quality matric results, and we he added. to assist in preserving the heritage and history of communities while keeping the young people busy in a productive manner. Residents of Nzhelele area used to travel to Makhado (Louis Trichardt) town to access a public library. The new community library will end the days of travelling, since most people will be able to access the library close to where they stay. The head of community services in the Vhembe District Municipality (VDM), Cllr Maria Malange, Photographed during the sod-turning ceremony are, from left to right, urged members of the Cllr Richard Thandavhathu (Head of Sports, Arts and Culture portfolio public to look after the in Makhado local municipality), Cllr Maria Mamedzi (head of community building as if it is theirs. services in VDM), Cllr Rachel Malange, Ward (35) councillor, Cllr “We should not destroy Tshifhiwa Mamafha and Cllr Nehemiah Madzhiga. NOTICE FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) PROCESS Notice is given in terms of Regulation 56 of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations 2010, made under Section 24(5) of the National Environment Management Act (Act No. 107 of 1998) and published in Government Notice No. R.543 of 2010, of intent to carry out the following activity: PROJECT DESCRIPTION Proposed township establishment of residential and business erven on portion of the remaining extent of the farm Palmaryvile 254 MT within the jurisdiction of Thulamela Local Municipality of Vhembe District Municipality in Limpopo Province.The proposed development activity fall within the categories of GNR 544 activities and therefore requires Basic Assessment Process. Reference No: 12/1/9/2-V66 and NEAS Ref No: LIM/EIA/0000862/2014 PARTICULARS OF PROJECT APPLICANT


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Pre-school children, mostly orphans, of the Vhutshilo Mountain School in Tshikombani received a helping hand from Brooksaf Forestry. The school is an orphanage centre, which comprises a pre-school and an outreach programme to help vulnerable members of the community. Brooksaf Forestry, which operates under Komatiland in the Vhembe region, donated R5 000 last Thursday. The money will help the school to purchase new playing equipment, which will be used by the young ones during their playtime. The company manager, Mr Admire Zhakata, said since the school relied heavily on donors, they felt that they should help them as part of their company’s social responsibility. “Almost 99% of our employees are from this region, so we felt it was our responsibility to uplift the community we serve,” he said. The principal of Vhutshilo, Ms Florence Tshikwatamba, was grateful that the local company realised their dire need of assistance. She said the school usually received donations from overseas. “It feels good to get something from the local businesses, and it shows that our services being recognised,” she said. In the photograph are, from left to right, Ms Tshikwatamba, Ms Fhatuwani Mukwevho (teacher), Ms Memory Mugebe (teacher), Mr Admire Zhakata (manager of Brooksaf Forestry) and some of the young ones who are learning at the school.

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The top 5 academic achievers in Grade 7 at Gateway Primary for the second term are Megan Nalana (80 %), Dakalo Moremi (73 %), Rovho Malindi (73 %), Refilwe Letlalo (73 %) and Jonah Mudau (69 %).

Gateway Primary’s top 5 academic achievers in Grade 5 for the second term are Kim Nalana, Charmaine Ncube, Sarah Masindi, Thembani The five top achievers in Grade 4 for the second term at Gateway Primary are Goodwill Ramashidzha, Charlotte Luvengo, Mokghetwa Moyo, Keketso Maphosa and Cathrine Manyama. Chauke and Nelson Mokone.

The five top academic achievers in Grade 6 at Gateway Primary for the second term are Smanatha Shaba, Manana Nkuna, Luyanda Nkundlande, Khan Mohammed and Kamogelo Nkuna. By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

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With only a few days before the national elections, Vhavenda King Thovhele Toni Mphephu Ramabulana has urged Vhembe people to vote. He was speaking during the Limpopo Freedom day celebrations at the Madabani Stadium in Ha-Kutama on Sunday. Mphephu Ramabulana said all the registered voters in the region should cast their votes. He said it was of paramount important for people to vote for the political parties of their choice. “When you go to the polls, vote for the political organization that you think will work for you,” he said. He insisted that as traditional leaders they would not influence the public to vote for a certain political party. According to him, the winning party should not undermine the role of the traditional leaders. “Those who win the elections should not forget about our role in society when K h o s i K h u l u V h o they are in power,” Thovhele Toni Mphephu Ramabulana. he added.


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All Saints Fellowship pray for free and peaceful elections Pastors under the auspices of elections, that they will run peace- moral degeneration and ill discipline haviour and to seek help.” the All Saints Fellowship Forum fully. We are now calling all our among the youth. Pastor (Dr) Moses Rathando urged marched through the main street at people to cast their votes as a way of “Drug and alcohol abuse is fast the different churches to work in Shayandima in celebration of Palm enhancing our democracy,” he said. destroying the lives of our children. unity. “I am so delighted by the unity Sunday a fortnight ago. He further stated that in celebrating The very same children become a of the churches around Shayandima, Members from different denomi- the historic day, Christians should menace to parents and society. We working together like this. We can go nations, who were carrying fresh tree be conscious of the fact that South also request parents to be conscious a long way in bringing souls to the branches, were a spectacle to watch Africa was faced with challenges of of their children’s unbecoming be- house of the Lord,” he added. as they marched singing and also quoting verses from the Bible. They marched to the Lutheran Church where a formal event took place. It was attended by guests such as Judge Tshifhiwa Maumela, and former Vhembe District Senior manager of education Dr Moses Rathando. They dedicated the function to praying for the upcoming national elections and moral regeneration in the country, which has become a source of much concern. The coordinator of the function, Rev Jabulani Monegi, said they observed the day which celebrated the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. “We have dedicated this year to Pastors and members from different denominations carry branches along the main street of Shayandima. This was in praying for the national celebration of the truimphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. The day has become an annual feature on the forum’s calendar. Church news

Peaceful Easter for Morning Star Apostolic Faith Mission (Sunday) and the closure was on Sunday, 27 April. During this period, the church met for daily prayer in the evenings. “We baptised five people and welcomed seven converts,” said Nthangeni. “The church held Holy Communion on Saturday night (19th).”

On Easter Sunday, Archbishop AJ Mamtupi gave the Easter sermon with the theme of love, and indicated that all believers should walk in the footsteps of Jesus Christ. He said believers must do away with the habit of pretending to love while they had no love in their hearts. “Love one

another as the Bible teaches you to do,” Mamtupi said. The local branch’s Bishop Nthatheni Gededzha said that they had a peaceful Easter and that they were looking forward to peaceful winter and spring seasons as they continued serving and living in the grace of God.


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The Morning Star Apostolic Faith Mission Church in Madombidzha celebrated the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and held a mass service on Easter Sunday morning. The congregants came from different parts of the country, such as Soweto in Gauteng, Indermark, Bela Bela, Polokwane and the Sinthumule and Kutama areas. Rev Nthangeni Serongwa, general secretary of the church, said the church celebrated the death of Jesus Christ because his death had brought salvation and hope of eternal life to them. “Christianity started in Jesus Christ,” Serongwa said. “Without the knowledge of God and the fear of God, we are nothing.” The celebrations started on 13 April


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Top Easter prize for Muduluni Chiefs The MEC for Sports, Art and ment´s administration was run- R15 000, was distributed to eight Culture, Ms Merriam Ramad- ning smoothly. teams participating in the Easter wa, praised local football clubs The president of Safa Vhembe, tournament. The new champions, for the understanding and tol- Mr George Kubayi, applauded Muduluni Young Chiefs, went erance that they had displayed the sponsor for helping to identify home with R5 000, a new soccer during the Easter tournament the talent of the region’s youth kit, gold medals and a floating of Sinthumule/Kutama Com- and added that the youth of the trophy. The runners-up, Muraleni munity Sport Development. region should be proud of their United Brothers, received R3 She also expressed her grati- talent and that they should be 000, a new soccer kit and silver tude to the sponsors and appealed exposed to bigger teams. medals. The third-placed team, to other local businessmen to Mr Elvis Phathela, the media Zamenkomste FC, received a follow suit. She appealed to all liasion officer of Sinthumule/Ku- new soccer kit, R1 300 and players to be committed in all tama Community Sport Develop- bronze medals. Magau FC, who sporting codes. The prize-giving ment, thanked sponsors Zwiitani ended in fourth position, went ceremony of the tournament was Driving School, Maseakhole home with R1 000 and new held last Monday at Ravele. Construability, TD Mphaphuli soccer kit, while the four teams Mr Joe Mulele, manager of Attorney, Adv Sydwell Sikwari, beaten in the first round went Zwiitani Driving School, and the Bruzar group, Vhakoma home with R250 each. one of the sponsors, stated that Trading, Musobi Construction Khangwelo Masia of Muduluni he was impressed by the fact that and many other sponsors for de- Young Chiefs received a trophy teams from the area were pro- veloping soccer in the rural areas. as the player of the tournament. ducing professional players. He The prize money, amounting to cited Vusi Kharivhe and Phumudzo Manenzhe, who played for Black Leopards and Orlando Pirates respectively. They formerly played for Madombidzha Arsenal and Gogobole Bucs. According to Mulelu, they will possibly increase the sponsorship. “The sponsorship is a token of appreciation for the support we are getting from our local communities,” he said. He congratulated the organisers for developing young talent and The jubilant new champions, Muduluni Young Chiefs, photographed stated that the tourna- with their trophy.

Blue Eagles fly over Benfica United Muziafera Blue Eagles kept their title hopes alive by beating Mashamba Benfica United 3-1 in their MMK Funeral Services League match at the Tshitungulwane grounds on Sunday. Eagles meant business from the first whistle. It took them only two minutes to open their account. Their diminutive striker, Murendeni Ramulifho, blasted in a rocket, following a neat pass from Oscar Silima. Mukhethwa Mukoma of Blue Eagles was the first player to go into the referee’s book. He tackled Khuthadzo Mashamba from behind. The Eagles continued to dominate as the game progressed. Their right flank, Vusani Mashau, was brought down within the penalty box and the referee awarded a penalty to the home side. Khuthadzo Mushadu made no mistake from the white spot to bring the half-time score to 2-0. Realizing that vic-

tory was almost certain, Eagles started displaying delaying tactics. Their fast forward, Phanuel Mukoma, who came on as a substitute for Gumani Mushungwa, was warned with a card for wasting time. Mashamba Benfica took the game to their opponents after they replaced Terrence Mudau and Itani Motabane with Shane Sadiki and Elvis Maboze respectively. Blue Eagles increased the margin in the 59th minute. Tsakani “Venture” Mahuntsi was on target with a header after

a square pass from Emmanuel Mulaudzi. Realizing that Mahutsi was looking weary, the technical team replaced him with Lindelani Muavha shortly after he found the net. Emmanuel Mulaudzi handled the ball within his penalty box in the 74th minute and it was a clear penalty for Benfica. Masala Tshimenze converted from the penalty spot. Vision Mutavheni of Benfica was reprimanded with a card for obstruction late in the game. Emmanuel Mulaudzi of Blue Eagles controls the ball while Vision Mutavheni of Benfica pulls him from behind.

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Photographed during the event are, from left to right, Mr Joseph Raphada from Sinthumule/ Kutama Community Sport Develoopment, Nathaniel Sengakane of Young Chiefs (receiving the trophy from MEC Merriam Ramadwa), Safa Vhembe president Mr George Kubayi and Mr Joseph Maphaha. At the back are Messrs Oscar Siroba, Elvis Phathela and Joe Mulelu from Zwiitani Driving School.

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Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorized person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 29 of 2014: Construction of Mphaila Access Road Phase 2” and/or Tender No. 30 of 2014: Construction of Tshikota Streets Upgrading to Tar” ” and/or Tender No. 31 of 2014: Construction of Mashamba to Sereni Road Bridge” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer of the main entrance to the Civic Centre by not later than 12:00 on Friday, 06 June 2014 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, No.83 Krogh Street, Makhado. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of submission thereof. Submitted tenders will be evaluated on 90/10 score points

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Please Note: 1. Specifications of the quotations and MBD 6.1 and MBD 4 can be downloaded from the municipal website or a hard copy can be obtained from Supply Chain Management office B043, Civic Centre, No.83 Krogh Street, Makhado Municipality 2. For more information, enquiries must be directed to Ms TP Ntsieni or Mr M Ramabulana at 015 519 3179/3129 during office hours. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Louis Trichardt 0920 Notice No: 91/2014 MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI File No: 8/3/2/1 MUNICIPAL MANAGER

Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or facsimile or electronically by e-mail, or not having the following documents attached for evaluation or not complying with the tender specifications, will not be evaluated and will be disqualified: • Original valid Tax Clearance Certificate • A copy of Company Registration Certificate • Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s) • A copy of Tender liability entity certificate • BBBEE Certificate (For Preferential Points) All enquiries can be directed to Acting Director: Technical Services, Mr L N Ragimana at 015 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr R L Moswathupa at (015) 519 3171. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 0920 Notice No: 88/2014 File No: 8/3/2/1195 8/3/2/1196 MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI 8/3/2/1197 MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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14 2 May 2014 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Quantum steers Western Stars to victory The current log leaders, Madombidzha Western Stars, deposited full points into their league account when they beat Makhitha Oscar Stars 2-0 in their MMK Insurance Brokers League match at Madombidzha on Sunday. Percy “Quantum” Munonoka was a marvel to watch. He scored a brace during the match. Western Stars abused countless scoring opportunities in the opening minutes. Maanda Magoro unleashed prematurely, instead of moving a few steps towards the keeper. The only player who was booked for rough tackling was Faith Ratombo of Stars. Munonoka scored the first goal from 30 meters away. Itani Selota should have equalised, but his shot was palmed away by keeper Tshimangadzo Masala. The half-time score was 1-0 in favour of Western Stars. Western made two replacements in the second half. They

introduced Thabo Matuba and Ridovhona Singo for Tshlidzi Leshi and Lucky Molwa respectively. The replacements changed the complexion of the game, as the host team continued fight

like a team. The second goal of Western came in the 79th minute. They were awarded a free- kick that was taken by Maanda Magoro. Percy Munonoka found the net after a rebound.

The captain of Hungry Lions, Fhumulani Maemu (middle), displays his team’s cheque. Also in the photograph are Messrs Patrick Maduvha, Scara Tshigomana and Philimon Mdaka. By Frank Mavhungu

Black Lions maul Hungry Lions in PTV

Ridovhona Singo (left) of Western Stars and Takalani Mbekwa fight for the ball.


Another away victory for Joe Express Last Saturday was another joyful day for one of the Vhembe District Safa second division sides, Joe Express FC. They beat Mosesetjane All Stars, whom they beat 3-2 at the Mahwelereng Stadium. Basel FC lost 0-2 to Modimolle Aces and are now languish-

ing at the bottom of the log with only six points. Bellevue Winners Park beat one of the title chasers, Magezi FC, 3-1, while Mighty FC lost 1-2 against Great North FC. The Dolphins moved to the top of the log, following their 2-1 victory over Rospa United, but Dynamos were brutally walloped

1-4 by Blue Rocks in their Mopani derby at the Nkowankowa Stadium in Tzaneen. Lephalale Young Killers beat Ray Pillars 2-1 at the Seshego Stadium. Phungo All Stars came back with empty hands when they lost 0-2 to Winners Park at the Mahwelereng Stadium.







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Thenga Black Lions beat that was held at the grounds Mashau Young Stars, whom they Mashau Hungry Lions 2-1 in after the final. The runners-up, beat 2-1. the final of the PTV Muambi Mashau Hungry Lions, received According to one of the orSoccer Tournament at the Vh- R600, while the player of the ganizers of the tournament, Mr afamadi School grounds two tournament, Eleah Mudau of Patrick Madavhu, the aim of stagweeks ago. Black Lions, received a trophy. ing a tournament was to launch Eleah Mudau, who scored Mudau scored four goals in the the newly formed club, Mashau a brace in the match, missed a tournament, two of which were Bafanas, officially. Madavhu great scoring chance in the 16th scored in the final. revealed that the new club will minute. He watched in disbelief The best goalkeeper of the affiliate to the Makhado Local as his half-volley missed the tournament, Thanyi Mutele of Football Association at the begoal mouth by inches. Hun- Hungry Lions, also received a ginning of next season. “Our aim gry Lions had their regret nine trophy. is to see the team campaigning in minutes later. Their playmaker, Four teams, Mashau Hungry the Safa second division in three Takalani Managa, was unlucky Lions, Thenga Black Lions, years' time,” he added. as his close-range volley hit the Mashau Bafanas and Mashau Last Saturday’s tournament woodwork and bounced outside Young Stars, took part in the one- was sponsored by PTV Radio the field of play. day tournament. Mashau Hungry Communications, Mjayeli SecuBlack Lions were the first to Lions beat Mashau Bafanas 1-0 rity Services, Madavhu Investdraw blood. In the 29th minute in the first semifinal, while Black ments and Tshipembe Mzanzi they were awarded a free kick Lions’ way to the final went via Projects. just outside the penalty box, after Kenneth Mudau was brought down by Fhumulani Maemu. Mudau scored from the set piece with a volley. Black Lions enjoyed their 1-0 lead until proceedings for the first half came to an end. Hungry Lions’ equaliser came in the 59th minute. The keeper of Black Lions, Webster Mapukule, mishandled the ball and Ndaedzo Musekene blasted in a rocket. Black Lions reclaimed their leadership late in the game. Eleah Mudau headed home after a scramble within the penalty box. Black Lions received a floating trophy, R2 000 cash and gold med- Lucky Munyai of Black Lions (right) and Fhumulami Maemu of Hungry als during a ceremony Lions fight to win the ball.

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In the High Court of South Africa Limpopo High Court: Thohoyandou Case no:594/2012 In the matter between: Nedbank Limited, Plaintiff and Muswalo George Gundula (ID: 490205 5715 083), First Defendand Muthuhadini Alice Gundula (ID: 570606 1467 087), Second Defendant NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION Persuant to a Judgment of the above Court on 14 February 2013 and Writ of Attachment dated 22 April 2013, the undermentioned immovable property will be sold in execution on: FRIDAY, 16 May 2014 at 11:00(am) by the Sheriff Thohoyandou at the Defendants’ property situated at Erf 4817 situated in the township of Makwarela, Extension 3 to the highest bidder: Erf 4817 situated in the township of Makwarela, Extension 3 Registration Division M.T, Limpopo Province Measuring: 600 (Six Hundred) Square Metres Held under Deed of Transfer TG 143471/1998 Subject to the following conditions contained therein: 1. The property shall be sold “VOETSTOOTS” to the bidder and the sale shall be subject to the provisions of Section 66 of the Magistrate’s Court Act of 1944 as amended, subject however to the confirmation of the sale by the first bondholder namely NEDBANK LIMITED. 2. The purchase price shall be paid as to 10% (TEN PERCENT) of the purchase price in cash on the date of the sale and the unpaid balance, together with interest thereon at the rate of 10.00% p.a to the date of registration of transfer, shall be paid or secured by a Bank Guarantee, within 14 (FOURTEEN) days after the sale. 3. The following improvements are reported to be on the property, but are not guaranteed: RESIDENCE (no guarantee in this regard); 4. CONDITIONS OF SALE: The full conditions of the sale may be inspected at the offices of the Sheriff of the High Court, Thohoyandou, N.P.D.C Building, Office Number 55B, Thohoyandou, 0950, Tel: 083 728 0159. Dated at Polokwane this 23 April 2014.

Notice to Debtors and Creditors Section 29 In the Estate of late Nelson Tshifhiwa Funzani, ID: 600406 5216 083 who was married in customary to Thifhelimbilu Eiphel Rakhivhani of ID: 660212 1129 081. Master’s reference number: 1092/2011. Creditors and Debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30 days as from the date of this advertisement. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 24th day of April 2014. Mvundlela & Associates Attorneys, Executrix Attorneys, Office No: 85, 87 & 93, Block C, P.O Box 3560, Thohoyandou, Tel: 015 962 2953, Fax: 015 962 2913, Ref: MVU/ EST/R13. In the Magistrate;s Court for the District of Vuwani, Held at Vuwani Case no:184/13 In the matter between: Mudau Mummsy, Execution Creditor and South African Post Office, Execution Debtor. NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In execution of a judgement of the Magistrate’s Court for the District of Vuwani, in the above matter, a sale will be held at Sheriff’s Store, Limdev Building, Thohoyandou on the 15th day of May 2014 at 10H00 of the undermentioned goods of the Execution Debtor: 1x2 Printer (Office no: A25) 2x1 Photocopy Machine (Office no: A25) 1x8 Chairs 1x3 Computers (Office no: A23) 1x1 Printer 1x42 Chairs (Main Hall) Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 10th day of April 2014.Nengwekhulu Tshiwandalani INC, Style Centre, First Floor, Office No 05, 16 & 17, Opposite Computer Corporation, Mphephu Drive, Thohoyandou. Tel: 0159625446/1787, Email: REF: NENGWEKHULU MM Notice to Creditors and Debtors In the estate of the late Vhutshilo Luthada, Identity number: 800915 5934 089, who resided at Fondwe Village and who died on 07th March 2014 and who was never married. Estate No: 551/2014. All persons having claims against the under mentioned estate must lodge it with the executor at the below-mentioned address, within 30 days from date of publication hereof. Nengwekhulu Tshiwandalani Inc. Style Centre, First Floor, office No: 06 & 07, opposite Computer Corporation, Mphephu Drive, Tho-

hoyandou, Tel: 015 962 1787, Fax: 015 962 5446, Email: tshiwandalani@, Ref: TSHIWANDALANI-MZIRI/ EL060/14 Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate In the estate of the Late Maluleke Magezi Wilson of Identity number: 400414 5255 087 of Stand No 176, Madonsi Village, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province who died on the 08th day of April 2014 and who was customarily married to Baloyi Modjadji Grace of Identity number: 460810 0550 082. Estate number: 20018/2014, Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 40/2014 Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate In the estate of the Late Shivambu Mphephu Emelina of Identity number: 550612 0489 084 of House No 913 E, Giyani Location, Limpopo Province who died on the 05th day of April 2014 and who was unmarried at the time of her death. Estate number: 20125/2014, Master’s office: Polokwane. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 45/2014 Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate In the estate of the Late Nethamba Alilali Sarah of Identity number: 490210 0805 087 of Mandiwana Location, Vhembe District,Limpopo Province who died on the 05th day of April 2014 and who was unmarried at the time of her death. Estate number: 20046/2014, Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 43/2014 Notice to Creditors In the estate of the Late Mathelemuse Ramunenyiwa Charles of Identity number: 480314 5695 089 of Stand No 3002, Makwarela Location, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province who died on the 28th day of

March 2014 and who was customarily married to Mathelemusa Nditsheni Esther of Identity Number: 520225 0126 080. Estate number: 20052/2014, Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 42/2014 Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate In the estate of the Late Nemutudi Alfheli Shadrack of Identity number: 561030 5474 083 of Itsani Village, Vhembe District,Limpopo Province who died on the 08th day of April 2014 and who was divorced at the time of his death. Estate number: 766/2014, Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 39/2014 Notice to Creditors In the estate of the Late Netshitandani Tshililo Sylvia of Identity number: 650202 1968 085 of Matavhela Village, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province who died on the 27th day of March 2014 and who was divorced at the time of her death. Estate

number: 734/2014, Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 37/2014 Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate In the estate of the Late Mulaudzi Azwihangwisi Johannah of Identity number: 640916 0281 082 of Mandala Village, Vhembe District,Limpopo Province who died on the 13th day of April 2014 and who was a widow at the time of her death. Estate number: 20039/2014,Master’s office:Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 41/2014 Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate In the estate of the Late Baloyi Albert of Identity number: 701026 5642 084 of House No 476 E, Giyani Location, Limpopo Province who died on the 09th day of April 2014 and who was customarily married to Modjadji Meggy Selomo of Identity Number: 700711 0684 089. Estate number: 1700/2014,Master’s of-

fice: Polokwane. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 38/2014 Notice in Terms of 35 (5) of Act 66 of 1965 Notice is hereby given that copies of the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the Late Mogeledi Lizzie Tshivhase, Identity number: 500331 0111 082 of House No 83, Thohoyandou Block C, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, who died on the 21st day of February 2014, Estate Number: 480/2014, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection by all person with an interest therein for period of 21 days from the date of publication hereof at the offices of the Master of the High Court Thohoyandou. Should no objection thereto be lodged with the master’s office at Thohoyandou during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. Dated and Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, P.O Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 25/2014 Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate In the estate of the Late Mudau Maboho Harry of Identity number:

551213 5159 084 of Ha - Mutsha Village, Vhembe District,Limpopo Province who died on the 07th day of April 2014 and who was married in community of property to Mudau Tambudzani Grace of Identity Number: 630201 0349 086. Estate number: 20055/2014, Master’s office: Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 44/2014

Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate In the estate of the Late Mufamadi Rasilingwane Wilson of Identity number: 320801 5301 084 of Stand No 02 and 03, Davhana - Balanganani Village, Vhembe District, Limpopo Province who died on the 27th day of March 2014 and who was customarily married to Mufamadi Dinane Sarah of Identity Number: 360304 0643 080 and Aphane Flora of Identity Number: 390122 020055 089. Estate number: 20055/2014, Master’s office:Thohoyandou. All persons having claims against the above mentioned estate are required to lodge their claims with undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication. Dated and signed at Thohoyandou on this the 25th day of April 2014. Wisani Baloyi Attorneys, Box 3305, Louis Trichardt, 0920, Ref: BALOYI/EST 48/2014

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ADDENDUM: TENDER NO. 14 OF 2014 BUSH CLEARING TENDER Notice is hereby given that the closing date for the above mentioned tender has been changed. The closing date for the tender is hereby extended to 09 May 2014 at 12H00 when all tenders received will be opened in public. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 0920 Notice No: 33/2014 File No: 8/3/2/1180



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Vacancies & Tenders

Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Provision of Consulting Engineering Services: Ledig Access Road to Industrial area. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 6 May 2014 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200,00.

District Municipality

Request for Bids/Proposals Provision of Legal Services

A compulsory briefing session will be held on 9 May 2014 at 10:00 at Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado.

Bid Number

Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 24 of 2014: Provision of Consulting Engineering Services: Ledig Access Road to Industrial Area” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer of the main entrance to the Civic Centre by not later than 12:00 on Friday, 23 May 2014 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado.

VDM/MM/ Provision of Legal 03/04/2014/01 Services: Civil Litigation and other related matters

The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of submission thereof. Submitted tenders will be evaluated on 80/20 score points. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or facsimile or electronically by e-mail, or not having the following documents attached for evaluation or not complying with the tender specifications, will not be evaluated and will be disqualified: • Original valid Tax Clearance Certificate • A copy of Company Registration Certificate • Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s). • Copy of valid professional indemnity insurance • B-BBEE Certificate (only for Preferential points) • Proof of Professional Registration of the responsible persons


R344.00 5 May 2014

12 May 2014 23 May at 11:00 at the 2014 at entrance to 12:00 Vhembe District Municipality

Manager: Legal Services, Mr DD Mulaudzi at (015) 960-2000

VDM/MM/ Provision of Legal None 03/04/2014/02 Services: Labour Law and other related legal matters

R344.00 5 May 2014

12 May 2014 23 May at 11:00 at the 2014 at entrance to 12:00 Vhembe District Municipality

Manager: Legal Services, Mr DD Mulaudzi at (015) 960-2000

NB: No bids will be accepted from persons in the service of the State. Late, telegraphic, e-mailed or telefax transmission documents will not be accepted. Vhembe District  Municipality reserves the right to accept a bid as a whole or in part and does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid. Administrative enquiries can be directed to the Supply Chain Practitioners of Vhembe District Municipality at (015) 960-2093/2107/2075.


Mr MT Makumule - Municipal Manager Vhembe District Municipality, Private Bag X5006, Thohoyandou 0950


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Take note that there were errors on the advertisement for the below mentioned position. Be advised of the below changes/amendments POSITION: GENERAL MANAGER: TECHNICAL SERVICES (RE-ADVERTISEMENT) KEY REQUIREMENTS: • A Bachelor Degree in Social Sciences / Public Administration / Law or Administration / and equivalent relevant qualification • Registration with the South African Council for the Social Service Professionals (SACSSP), or similar recognised relevant professional body will be an added advantage. • A minimum of 5 years’ experience at middle management level, or as programme / project manager, at least 3 of the 5 years must be at a management level with proven successful management experience in administration. • A valid code B driver’s license. • Legibility in terms of the competence framework for senior managers as per Municipal Regulations on Minimum Competency Levels as published under GNR.493 in GG 29967 dated 19 June 2007 as well as Annexure B of Local Government Regulations on Appointment and Conditions of Employment of Senior Managers as published under GNR821 in GG 37245 dated 17 January 2014. • Excellent communication & leadership skills • Advanced computer skills. • Extensive knowledge of Local Government legislation, policies and public office environment. • Knowledge and understanding of institutional governance systems and performance management. • Understanding of council operations and delegation of powers. KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS INCLUDE: • Formulate community / social services master, project management and implementation. • Project manage implementation of key plans and projects. • Manage, direct and control key deliverables and outcomes associated with the department. • Develop short and long team strategic plans for the department. • Manage departmental budget / systems / personnel / other resources and services rendered by the department • Manage and / or coordinate Law Enforcement, Licensing Housing & Public Amenities / Facilities, Sports, Arts, Culture, Library, Disaster Management, Environmental management, Waste Management, Cemeteries & Parks Services. • Advice management and council on community / social services related matters and monitor the implementation of projects / interventions and maintenance thereof. • Manage departmental resources in accordance with applicable legislation and regulations. • Design and manage efficient provision of municipal services. • Establish, operate and maintain structures, processes and systems. • Liaise with internal and external stakeholders. • Facilitate stakeholder participation and involvement. • Ensure legislative, regulatory, policy, practices and operating standards compliance. CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Friday 16 May 2014 at 16h00. M.J. Matshiva Municipal Manager

Closing Technical Date Enquiries

The following documents are required and should form part of the bid: • Original Tax Clearance  Certificate • Company Registration Certificate • Proof of purchased bid document receipt • Certified  copy of bidder’s ID document • Proof that the bidder’s municipal business account or any of the  directors’ municipal accounts are not in arrears (NB: Municipal clearance not older three months) • Certified B-BBEE Verification Certificate.

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CIDB Bid Fee Docs Compulsory Grading Available Briefing Session/Site Inspection

Completed bid documents, sealed in an envelope marked with the above-mentioned bid number, must be deposited in the bid box next to the entrance of the Vhembe District Municipality Offices, next to the Khoroni Hotel (former Venda Tusk Hotel), where the bids will be opened in public.

All technical enquiries can be directed to the Acting Director Technical Services, Mr L N Ragimana at (015) 519 3025, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr R.L Moswathupa at (015) 519 3171. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 0920 Notice No: 24/2014 File No: 8/3/2/1190


Transnet Skills Programme in the Maritime Sector for 2014 TRANSNET MARITIME SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE The Transnet Maritime School of Excellence was launched in April 2013. The Maritime School specializes in the training and development of critical Port and Maritime skills for Transnet, with a mandate to deliver skills for the country as a whole. A number of bursaries for training and skills development learning programmes are available in: • Port & Terminal Operations • Marine Services Applicants must be prepared to undergo pre-entry examinations and medical assessments. Successful candidates will be placed on a Transnet Maritime School of Excellence training programme. The Programme is envisaged to start in July 2014, and is approximately 18 months long. The Training Bursary covers the complete cost of the Transnet Maritime School of Excellence Training Programme, including monthly stipend, accommodation, transport and subsistence. freight rail



At the end of training, trainees may have opportunities for placement into Operating Divisions of Transnet in Kwa-Zulu Natal, Eastern Cape or the Western Cape. Employment in Transnet is in no way guaranteed. All successful recipients of the Training Bursaries, will be trained in areas of competence, for which there is a clear market demand. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS • South African citizenship • Grade 12 (Matric) with Mathematics and • Physical Science will be an advantage • Valid Driver’s License Please note: • Pre-Entry Examination and Medical • Assessments will be required Send your CV to Closing date for submission of CVs: 09 May 2014 Enquiries: Slondile Zulu: 031 361 6819 Angelique Miller: 031 361 6638 port terminals

national ports authority



2 May 2014 17 Hlanganani Stream B

Danone Nation U12 Cup

Third place for Mashamba Combined Mashamba Combined School were too strong coach told his players to show their skills. Devine for Kgwatlhele Primary from Waterberg when Mahlaule scored his team’s third goal late in the they beat them 3-0 in the Danone Nation U/12 match to make the score 3-0. Mashamba and MuCup match at Seshego Stadium on Saturday. laudzi started to dish the ball and entertained the The match started at a fast pace, with both sides spectators. With the victory, Mashamba ended in throwing caution to the wind with their fiery play. third position. The Waterberg lads timed their passes to perfecThe Rev MP Malatjie Primary from Capricorn tion but lacked power and experience. The strong were crowned as the Limpopo champions, with defender of Mashamba, Devine Mahlaule, proved Chuchekani Primary from Mopani in second place. to be a force to be reckoned with and he marshalled Rev MP Malatjie will represent Limpopo in the the defence very well. national championship in July. Kgwatlhele’s left flank, James Ngobeni, received a beautiful pass in the 17th minute. Instead of keeping the ball and trying other possible ways of scoring, Ngobeni tried his luck, but his shot went astray. Two minutes later, Hulisani Mashamba of Mashamba received a golden opportunity and disappointed everyone when he shot straight at the stranded goalkeeper. The Waterberg lads showed a spirit of commitment. Their original stamina soon vanished and their backline started to leak. Mashamba capitalised on the slack defence and scored their opening goal in the 42nd minute, when Thendo Mulaudzi hit the net after an excellent corner kick by Hulisani Mashamba. While Mashamba continued to put pressure on the backline of their opponents, Holule Thongoane added another tick in the 73rd Eversmile Khosa of Kgwatlhele is running with minute. the ball, with Hulisani Mashamba attacking from After the second goal, the Mashamba behind. By Frank Mavhungu

Another big blow for Black Leopards Black Leopards have good reason to panic. Their chances of participating in the promotional play-offs are becoming slimmer by the day. With only two league matches left before the league programme comes to an end, Lidoda Duvha are now in the fourth position on the log. Leopards, who were lying in the second position last week, dropped two steps down after their 0-2 defeat to Milano United at the Grassy Park Stadium in Cape Town last Sunday. Baroka FC moved to the third

position, following their 1-0 home victory over Blackburn Rovers at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium. Should Baroka FC and Milano win their remaining matches, Black Leopards will not qualify for the play-offs, even if they manage to collect full points in their remaining fixtures. Although they have already won the league championship, Chippa United did not want to leave anything to chance in their match against United FC, whom they beat 3-2 at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg. FC Cape

Town failed to impress when they suffered a 3-4 defeat at the hands of the Maluti FET College. Roses United and Thanda Royal Zulu played to a goalless draw at the Kaizer Sebotlelo Stadium in Bloemfontein. The result did Roses United more harm than good, as they are in the relegation zone. Jomo Cosmos failed to beat Sivutsa Stars, with whom they played to a 1-1 draw in Thembisa. Santos beat Witbank Spurs 1-0 in Witbank and African Warriors beat Vasco da Gama 2-1 at the Charles Mopedi Stadium.

By Ndivhuwo Musetha

Free kit inspires Real Aces to victory Tshivhulana Real Aces cele- will also help to encourage the on the day he had donated the brated their Saturday in style players to take their talent se- kit. He also promised to donate by crushing Mutheiwana FC riously, so that they can make another kit and 11 pairs of soccer 6-1 on the same day that they a living out of it one day. We boots if they gained promotion to were given a free soccer kit by have a lot of soccer talent in our the Castle League at the end of a local businessman. area. Some of these players have this season. Before the game started, Amos the potential to compete in the Mr Sydney Namadzavho, Muthambi, a former Limpopo PSL and also to don the Bafana chairperson of the team, said he Mirror correspondent who is Bafana jersey,” said Muthambi. was very grateful for the donanow a businessman running his Muthambi said he was happy tion. He added that they would own funeral parlour, handed a to see the team scoring six goals do their best to win the league. full soccer kit to the team. Aces are at present leading their stream of the Makhado Local Football Association. They went on to win a one-sided game that was watched by hundreds of people at Tshivhulana soccer ground. Aces’ goals were scored by Given Mudau (two) while Gundo Madiba, Steven Mudau, Steven Murovhi and Rinae Mulaudzi each scored one goal. About the donation of 15 full kits that include a soccer jersey, pants and socks, Muthambi says he decided to donate as another way of Amos Muthambi (right) presents a soccer kit to Aces’ captain Maitakhole marketing his business. Mudau. Also in the photographe are (from left to right) Moses Mudau, “I believe this donation Mpho Matidza, Fhatuwani Mufamadi and Sydney Namadzavho.

Team Muwaweni Lucky Stars V.K Mulima FC Muila FC Tshivhangani S Breakers Slanger AC Milan Makulana Green Dreams Thembisa Las Vegas Madadzhi Ever Smilling Thothololo Conti Stars Gumani Young Stars Tshivhuyuni Celtics FC Mukondeni Sh Stars Nthabalala Amakh XII Muila Shooting Stars Muumoni Blue Birds Nthabalala Super XI

Played 16 15 15 14 13 13 16 15 14 13 15 13 12 14 14 14

Lost 1 2 3 5 4 3 5 7 5 5 7 6 6 4 9 8

For 36 27 23 22 18 20 14 20 18 13 13 16 14 15 13 10

Against Points 13 37 8 33 16 28 16 21 18 21 19 20 17 19 23 18 18 17 15 16 20 16 16 15 21 12 24 12 27 11 21 10

Team Phaphazela Bayern Muni Thula M2 Shigamani FC Matsakali Sky Rangers Budeli Real Vultures Khakhanwa United Stars Jerome Riverbank Dumasi All Stars Muledzhe Shooting Star Matsika Shooting Stars Gidja Mhandini Omega Line Fc Lombard Power Rangers Shikundu Manchester

MMK Funeral Service League: A Draw Lost Played Won 26 13 8 5 25 14 4 7 26 12 8 6 26 14 2 10 26 13 3 10 25 11 8 6 26 10 9 7 26 8 9 9 26 8 8 10 25 7 8 10 26 7 8 11 26 6 5 15 25 6 4 15 24 6 4 14

For 52 46 47 39 42 38 28 38 39 30 32 28 26 27

Against Points 25 47 30 46 22 44 34 44 41 42 32 41 29 39 35 33 46 32 39 29 45 29 61 23 34 22 39 22

Team Mukula Young Santos Gaba Union Fighters Dolphins FC Tshifudi XI Experience Phandulaluvalo FC Musasenda Big XI Tswera Young Masters Tshidzini Happy Fight Tshaulu Ghetto Boys Khubvi Dangerous D Marula XI Vondwe XI Bullets Tshidimbini Brave Lion Mashishi Spurs Vhufuli Pull Together Ngwenani Man UNTD Mukula Avalon Makonde Home Defendes

MMK Funeral Service League: B Draw Lost Played Won 29 21 5 3 29 20 2 7 27 16 8 3 28 16 6 6 28 14 6 8 29 14 6 9 29 13 9 7 28 14 3 11 29 11 10 8 29 10 8 11 27 11 5 11 29 8 6 15 28 6 11 11 28 3 14 11 28 5 6 17 29 4 8 17 29 5 4 20 29 5 3 21

For 76 43 51 62 44 49 51 53 39 45 38 19 37 24 27 25 26 23

Against Points 22 68 23 62 26 56 27 54 26 48 41 48 49 48 37 45 34 43 43 38 39 38 39 30 45 29 41 23 53 21 48 20 65 19 74 18

Team United Artists Vhembe FET College Themba Sunrise Riders Makovha All Stars Ngwenani Young Chiefs Thembaluvhilo 7 Stars Shonisani Fc Maranzhe Hungry Lion Mphego Real Rovers Polokwane United Tshififi Fc Lufule Fly Bombers Dididi Fly Swallows Maha Fly Gunners

MMK Funeral Service League: C Draw Lost Played Won 23 19 4 0 24 13 8 3 24 13 8 3 23 14 4 5 25 12 8 5 24 10 6 8 23 9 5 9 24 9 5 10 24 7 6 11 23 6 5 12 24 5 6 13 25 4 4 17 22 3 3 16 22 2 6 14

For 52 56 45 52 49 31 28 32 32 31 70 15 17 14

Against Points 4 61 25 47 27 47 17 46 24 44 21 36 29 32 39 32 46 27 89 23 51 21 51 16 44 12 57 12

Rockers Fc Maweja Takers Fc Tshakhuma RO Untd Thohoyandou Dev Shayandima Disco 5 Univen Fc FCKK Gwamasenga Untd Bros Mutandani Pull Together Ramukhuba Untd Bros Shayandima S Stars Tswinga Peace Makers Mahematshema Fly Birds Ramukhuba Fc Duthuni Untd Bros

MMK Funeral Service League: D Draw Lost Played Won 27 20 5 2 27 19 3 5 27 15 7 5 27 14 7 6 27 14 6 7 27 11 9 7 26 12 5 9 27 10 9 8 26 9 8 9 26 7 8 11 27 6 8 13 27 6 4 17 27 5 6 16 27 3 8 16 27 0 7 20

For 59 53 41 41 47 48 33 34 33 21 33 35 20 21 16

Against Points 24 65 21 60 22 52 33 49 35 48 24 42 26 41 27 39 28 35 33 29 40 26 63 22 55 21 49 17 55 7

Team Western Stars Mpheni Home Def Makhitha Oscar Stars Madombidzha Arsenal Muraleni Untd Bros Zamenkoste Fc Tshikota Chelsea Tshikwani Stone Bre Makhitha Lyarunga Fc Benny Care Academy Vleifontein United FC Tshiozwi Dynamos Elim Mabedengwe Untd Zoutpansberg Powerline Madodonga Fc Mailaskop Pull Toget Zamenkoste Untd Bros

MMK Funeral Service League: E Played Won Drawn Lost 27 20 4 3 27 19 4 4 26 17 6 3 27 15 6 6 27 15 6 6 25 13 7 5 27 11 8 8 27 9 7 11 26 9 3 14 26 7 6 13 26 6 8 12 26 6 7 13 26 6 7 13 25 6 6 13 25 5 5 15 26 4 7 15 27 4 5 18

For 64 63 44 42 50 39 34 27 42 29 33 25 37 30 25 26 26

Against Points 15 64 21 61 18 57 15 51 37 51 21 46 38 41 36 34 61 30 38 27 44 26 30 25 50 25 46 24 57 20 38 19 71 17

Team Muziafera Blue Eagles Mulima Fc Phadziri FC Bofulamato Fc Kurhuleni Happy Fight Mukondeni Ratanang Mashamba Benf Untd Tshipuseni All Stars Wayeni Sea Robbers Vyboom FC Mashamba Soccer Acad Basani Arrow Chiefs Tshiovhani Airlines Sundani City Rovers Lambani Giant Killers Lwelani FC Guvhungwa Young Figh Ma-Indies Express Fc

MMK Funeral Service League: F Draw Lost Played Won 28 18 6 4 27 17 5 5 28 16 7 5 28 15 6 7 27 13 11 3 27 14 7 6 28 12 11 5 28 9 14 5 26 11 7 8 28 9 11 8 27 8 11 8 28 6 8 14 29 6 8 15 26 5 10 11 27 5 5 17 24 4 5 15 27 3 7 17 25 2 3 20

For 58 38 44 53 32 52 47 28 45 36 26 25 28 24 24 25 16 15

Against Points 16 60 17 56 19 55 27 51 16 50 26 49 19 47 38 41 36 40 40 38 22 35 34 26 40 26 38 25 64 20 40 17 51 16 73 9

Team Tshivhilidulu H Lion Rabali Pull Together Seven Untd Bros Mauluma Black Mamba Nzhelele United Stars Tshiendeulu New Castle Murunwa Hot Chillies Nzhelele Young Chiefs Matsa Northern Stars Mamvuka Real Vultures Vhulaudzi Untd Bros Shanza Continentals Maelula New Mates

MMK Funeral Service League: G Draw Lost Played Won 24 15 9 0 23 15 6 2 23 12 8 3 24 11 7 6 23 9 10 4 23 9 6 8 24 9 4 11 23 8 6 9 24 8 4 12 23 6 5 12 23 5 3 15 24 5 2 17 23 4 2 17

For 38 52 38 48 38 24 37 25 35 24 25 26 22

Against Points 10 54 14 51 19 44 23 40 30 37 23 33 41 31 32 30 38 28 39 23 57 18 56 17 50 14

MMK Funeral Service League: H Draw Lost Played Won 26 17 8 1 25 15 4 6 23 14 5 4 24 13 5 6 26 12 5 9 27 10 9 8 25 11 5 9 26 8 11 7 25 9 5 11 25 8 6 11 25 8 4 13 26 6 5 15 28 5 7 16 25 5 6 14 24 4 5 15

For 46 31 37 42 34 29 30 33 35 32 34 21 24 13 23

Against Points 14 59 18 49 18 47 18 44 23 41 25 39 25 38 28 35 51 32 38 30 44 28 38 23 56 22 25 21 43 17


Team Igwe Fc Matswale Fc Muswodi Happy Fight Musina United Mabvete Peace Makers Ramuedzisi Youth Stars Mutele Mountain Rang Tshiilamusi Super Eagl Mbodi Lwathudwa Black Movers Matshema Hungry Lion Lovers FC Pine Stars Folovhodwe Stone Brea Dzhanguluvhe Fc

Won 11 10 8 6 6 5 4 5 4 4 4 4 3 1 3 2

Draw 4 3 4 3 3 5 7 3 5 4 4 3 3 9 2 4

Sport League Logs - Deadline: Tuesday 12:00 No handwritten logs will be accepted

Lukau FC Tshibvumo Youn Chiefs Ficus Fc Rambuda Young Fight Mulodi Freedom Birds Sambandou Untd Prof Muledzhi Fire Boys Thenzheni Liverpool Lukau Hot Aces Mutshenzheni Gorrilas Tshandama Try Toge Konanani Fc Mangaya Living Comm Thengwe Flying Peace Mapuloni High Landers Tshikundamalema Waterf Maheni Devboted Vult

MMK Funeral Service League: I Draw Lost Played Won 28 20 5 3 27 20 5 2 27 20 4 3 26 13 9 4 27 12 8 7 24 11 7 6 27 11 7 9 26 11 4 11 27 8 5 14 27 8 3 16 26 6 8 12 26 5 8 13 27 6 5 16 24 5 6 13 25 5 6 14 23 4 7 12 23 6 1 16

Team Manyii Bayern Munich Mamvuka Chipolopolo Tshikuwi Young Boys Matsa Super Players Luvhalani Sun Pirates Paradise FC Basel

Played 10 10 10 10 10 10


For 64 47 56 39 42 28 36 31 27 30 29 31 33 24 31 27 19

Against Points 21 65 13 65 14 64 23 48 25 44 19 40 29 40 33 37 40 29 56 27 43 26 48 23 61 23 38 21 52 21 41 19 38 19

Lost 0 3 2 3 3 6

For 15 12 13 10 14 2

Against Points 7 20 9 15 12 14 10 13 15 11 13 4

Malfa Stream B Under 15 Played Won Drawn Lost


Against Points

Malfa Stream A Under 15


Won 5 4 3 3 2 0

Sangoma Black Robbers S Smiling Movers Milaboni MTM FC JK Masetoni United Mandala Happy Boys

8 7 8 7 8

6 6 4 2 0

Team Mavhunga Young Stars NTM United FC FJ Napoli FC Maulum,a All Stars Phadzima Clever Boys Divhani Rosca United

Played 10 7 8 8 8 9

Team Vuwani Liverpool FC Tshivhulana Clever Boy Nngwekhulu Real Rovers Singo Disco Five Vyeboom Baloyi Friends Tshakhuma Blue Birds Tshakhuma Soc Acad Mavhulani Young Tigers

Played 11 12 12 12 11 11 11 12

Team Benny Soccer Academy Madombidzha Try Again Gogobole Bucs FC Madombidzha United FC Gogobole H Defenders Braambos Young Stars Madombidzha Arsenal FC Maebani Aces United

Played 9 10 12 11 9 11 10 12

Team Muraleni Umlilo FC Gogobole Dangerous D Ravele All Stars Madombidzha Celtics FC Muduluni Young Chiefs Makhitha IA Runga Muraleni Y Rebellions Ravele Black Dragons

Played 6 6 6 6 5 5 6 6

Team Dopeni Mighty Comrades Vuvha Kill Them All Milaboni Ch Them Down Maelula Big Power Sangoma Black Robbers Mauluma All Stars JK Masetoni United Matshavhawe United FC Nyatema FC Matshavhawe Com To See Phadzima S Stars Mudunungu Try Again Tshedza Onismuts Mavhunga H Sweepers

Played 15 15 16 15 14 13 14 15 15 13 15 14 15 13

Team Mandala Happy Boys Khakhu Fast XI Tshikombani Super Star Khakhu Y Chiefs Sheshe Bush Bucks Khalavha Napoli FC Trimmer Boys FC Thononda All Stars Fondwe Mighty Blues Fundudzi Unit Brothers Tshikhudo First Prof. Mphaila Young Tigers

Played 13 13 11 11 13 11 12 13 13 12 12 12

Team Nzhelele Home Sweepers Matanda Rockers FC Tshikuwi S Breakers Mamvuka Heroes FC Matanda Seven Stars Manyii DAB Stars Tshituni Hot Spurs Mphephu Hotspurs FC Sipholi Smilling Mover Mudimeli Bombers Lugisani Arsenal FC FJ Napoli FC Raliphaswa Roll Stones Mandiwana Soccer Ac

Played 15 14 13 15 14 14 14 15 14 15 15 14 16 14

Drawn 5 3 5 4 5 4

1 0 0 1 0

1 1 4 4 8

16 20 13 6 0

7 5 12 15 16

19 18 12 7 0

Malfa Under 15 Stream C Won 5 5 3 4 3 0

Drawn 3 1 4 0 2 0

Lost 2 1 1 4 3 9

For 27 15 18 18 25 3

Against Points 17 18 7 16 13 13 19 12 22 11 28 0

For 23 26 15 14 17 14 8 2

Against Points 11 28 10 23 10 22 16 20 18 16 17 14 16 6 21 2

For 71 31 15 33 15 10 6 8

Against Points 1 25 12 23 19 21 14 20 15 13 52 9 26 6 50 5

Lost 0 1 1 2 2 3 4 4

For 15 9 8 6 6 3 5 1

Against Points 4 18 3 13 5 9 5 8 7 5 6 4 14 4 9 2

Lost 1 4 7 5 4 4 5 5 8 6 8 6 9 6

For 33 31 28 20 26 21 20 16 19 17 16 15 16 13

Against Points 12 36 19 29 26 25 16 24 17 22 14 21 21 21 16 18 21 17 20 17 32 15 25 14 31 12 21 9

Lost 2 4 0 3 5 3 3 2 6 6 7 8

For 28 17 11 17 21 16 17 19 11 12 9 7

Against Points 13 27 9 27 4 21 9 20 21 20 14 18 13 17 17 17 22 9 21 8 16 7 26 4

Lost 0 2 3 5 3 3 4 5 8 7 7 9 13 10

For 37 26 23 24 24 18 26 22 19 16 13 16 4 9

Against Points 10 43 15 28 12 26 19 26 18 25 10 23 18 22 20 18 22 16 22 16 26 14 25 11 29 7 31 6

Malfa Under 15 Stream D Won 9 7 7 6 5 4 1 0

Drawn 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 2

Lost 1 3 4 4 5 5 7 10

Malfa Stream E Under 15 Won 8 7 7 6 4 3 2 1

Drawn 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 2

Lost 0 1 5 3 4 8 8 9

Malfa Under 15 Stream F Won 6 4 2 2 1 1 1 0

Drawn 0 1 3 2 2 1 1 2

Nzhelele Stream A Won 11 9 8 7 6 6 6 4 5 5 4 3 3 1

Draw 3 2 1 3 4 3 3 6 2 2 3 5 3 6

Nzhelele Stream B Won 8 9 5 6 6 5 4 3 1 1 1 0

Draw 3 0 6 2 2 3 5 8 6 5 4 4

Nzhelele Stream C Won 14 8 8 8 7 6 6 4 5 4 3 3 2 1

Draw 1 4 2 2 4 5 4 6 1 4 5 2 1 3

Vho - Makhadzi Funeral Services Stream A Team Tshivhulana Real Aces Tshimbupfe Disco Stars Tshirululuni XI Bullet Makhasa United FC Kalahari Stars FC Vuwani Liverpool FC Madobi Home Boys Singo Disco Five Tshino United Brothers Mutheiwana FC Hanani Home Fighters Tshimbupfe F. Cats

Played 12 12 9 13 14 10 10 11 11 11 11 10

Won 8 6 6 6 5 4 3 4 4 3 2 1

Draw 2 3 1 1 4 5 6 3 1 2 1 1

Lost 2 3 2 6 5 1 1 4 6 6 8 8

For 28 22 14 25 19 23 19 17 18 24 14 16

Against Points 15 26 17 21 5 19 22 19 22 19 17 17 11 15 18 15 20 13 30 11 35 7 27 4

Vho - Makhadzi Funeral Services Stream B Team Mutsha Atlantis FC Mashau Hungry Lions Khwekhwe Power 7 Tshakhuma Peace Lovers Mission Young Rovers Tshakhuma Fenele FC Tshakhuma Blue Birds Mashau Thenga B Lions Muverafu FC Mutsha Sea Robbers Mutsha United FC Mashau Young Stars Tshakhuma Na Ndilani Maweja Young Stars Valdezia Malumbe Exp Masokolara FC

Played 17 17 16 17 16 17 15 16 14 17 15 16 17 16 15 17

Won 11 10 9 8 8 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 2 3 2 1

Draw 6 2 4 4 4 7 6 6 5 5 5 4 9 5 4 6

Lost 0 5 3 5 4 4 4 5 4 7 6 8 6 8 9 10

For 25 22 26 26 16 16 23 10 19 16 17 22 20 17 9 15

Against Points 7 39 15 32 17 31 17 28 12 28 12 25 21 21 15 21 18 20 16 20 18 17 23 16 26 15 25 14 23 10 34 9


18 2 May 2014


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By Frank Mavhungu

Bornwise destroys Rospa

Nndwakhulu “Bornwise” Molobo was a with Shaun Sathekge, Lebohang Sithole Chauke of Dolphins was booked for a marvel to watch when his side, The Dol- and Russel Hlatswayo respectively. late tackle on Vusimuzi Manyoni. Rospa phins FC, beat Rospa United 2-1 in their The Dolphins increased the margin United pulled one back in the 78th minute. Safa Second Division League match nine minutes into the last half. Bornwise Their captain, Kenneth “Mabena” Lesia, at the Univen Stadium on Saturday. Molobo headed home after a corner kick intercepted a back pass and beat the keeper Molobo scored a brace in the match. that was taken by Thabo Diale. Joshua with a ground cutter. He was everywhere, clearing some dangerous balls from behind, while at the same time initiating some promising passes from the middle of the park. Rospa United could have conceded half a dozen goals in the first half, were it not for their acrobatic keeper, Gift Chauke. Chauke made his presence felt in the 14th minute. Vusimuzi Manyoni of Rospa United hooks the ball while Msimeki Baloyi Mmakwena Boshomane, the Dolphins’ playmaker, tried his luck from of Dolphins is ready to intercept from behind. the edge of the box. Chauke did the unexpected by stretching to the limit to execute a brilliant save. As if that was not good enough to impress the team’s supporters, Tel: (015) 516 5175/6/7 Fax: (015) 516 1012 Chauke was in the thick of things again seven minutes later. 2012 BMW 320D A/T (F30) 2012 VW Golf GTi DSG, A/C, This time around, he advanced out S/Roof, PDC, Xenons, 41 000km P/S, CD, PDC, Xenon Lights, of the penalty area to block the way 18” Mags for Molobo, who was on the brink of unleashing. Molobo, the team’s captain, was on target in the 26th minute. He beat the offside trap and blasted in a close range ground cutter. Rospa United came close to scoring in the 39 087km Balance of 5 year / 100 000km motor plan 39th minute. Rolivhuwa Mukwevho watched in disbelief as his half-volley missed the target by inches. 2012 BMW 320i (F30) A/C, CD, 2011 BMW 750i (F01) S/Pack In the second half, the Dolphins A/T, 30 600km 31 000km replaced Zwidonaka Rudzani, Tshe- Samuel “Fire” Mohloa of Rospa United (right) and Maifo Madekana of Dolphins po Mojela and Xikombelo Ngobeni chase the outgoing ball.

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R299 995 R799 995

2011 BMW 520D (F10) S/Roof, 2010 BMW 750i (F01) A/C, P/S, PDC, CD, A/C, 58 800km CD, Leather, Nav, 34 500km

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