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Will the coronation of King Toni proceed? Whether or not there will be a coronation ceremony in Thohoyandou next Friday (9th) may be decided in court today (2nd). The legal team of King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana and that of Masindi Clementine Mphephu and Mbulaheni Charles Mphephu are expected to clash in the Thohoyandou High Court over whether the coronation ceremony is pre-empting other legal processes. According to Mr Johann Hammann, attorney for Masindi and Mbulaheni Mphephu, they will ask the court to grant an interdict halting the ceremony. They feel that the coronation ceremony is premature because the court case in which they are contesting the kingship title, is about to be heard in the High Court. Hammann said that all the necessary Heads of Arguments had been filed and the parties must simply find a suitable date. Masindi (25) is the only child of the late paramount chief of the Vhavenda, Tshimangadzo Mphephu (who ruled under the name Dimbanyika). She claims that she should have been next in line for the throne, but was overlooked because of, among others, gender discrimination. She, along with her uncle Mbulaheni Charles Mphephu, took the matter to court in 2012. Mbulaheni argues that, should Masindi not be considered for the kingship position, he should be next in line. Hammann mentioned on Wednesday that the documents were served on the various parties last week. According to him, President Jacob Zuma’s legal representatives indicated that they would not oppose the matter but would abide by the decision of the court. President Zuma is supposed to hand over the recognition certificate to the king on the 9th. King Toni’s legal team have filed their affidavits, opposing the application for an interdict. - Continues on page 2

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Tennants had to watch helplessly while the fire consumed their businesses.

By Elmon Tshikhudo Millions of rands of damage was caused when a huge wildfire consumed the Mutale Arts and Craft Centre. The incident, which occurred around 12:00 on Tuesday, left residents of rural Mutale in shock. The centre, which housed a restaurant, offices and many stalls, was completely gutted, allegedly by fire from an adjacent shop. Eyewitnesses who were close by when it started said they noticed a man burning some papers at the back of his shop, but it allegedly spread to the tall grasses in the yard housing the centre. Within a short while, the whole building was engulfed in flames. Ms Tshilidzi Makhado (42) of Khubvi, who owns a clothing and décor stall, said she was busy preparing orders for customers at around midday when a person from outside the centre came run-

ning and told them there was fire at the back of the centre. “We left our work stations and ran to the back, only to find that the fire was already burning uncut grass at the back. We notified the municipality and within a short space of time firefighters from the local fire station arrived.” According to her, when a water tanker arrived, the fire had already spread to the roof of the centre because of the wind. “They tried fighting it using their hoses, but they soon ran out of water and we had to watch helplessly as the whole centre was consumed by the huge fire. Luckily, some of us were able to salvage some of the items from the burning centre but many lost thousands of rands in stock and completed orders,” she said. Makhado further indicated that the fire was a huge setback for her as she was saving for her daughter who could not continue with her studies at college because of a lack of funds. “I had orders

that were already paid for and I was hoping that I would use the money to take her back to college, but all this will have to wait because I have to buy material for my clients. We have lost a lot and it will be very hard for us to get back on our feet after this. The worst part is that we no longer have any place to work from; this is a very sad day for us all,” she said. Businessman and professional photographer Jerry Masevhe, who stays in the area and was at the nearby St Augustine School, said he was busy at the school when he noticed that there was a fire at the centre. “I ran to the centre, only to find that the fire had already spread to the roof of the centre. We had to watch in disbelief as the centre was being consumed by the fierce flames and it was a sad moment for us all, as the centre was a tourist attraction and served as a source of income for many who worked here,” he said.


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2 2 September 2016 By Kaizer Nengovhela

By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

“We love our own Xikwembu ni teki wine” Popular taxi administrator laid to rest Word spread like wildfire on social media, groups, consuming Xikwembu ni teki, at Maluthe streets and on radio shows that people of leke’s yard on Monday. “People are lying in the Magangeni village and some surrounding areas name of Xikwembu ni teki out there, saying men were consuming a home-made wine known as who drink it can no longer make their women have Xikwembu ni teki. children,” one of the men, Clever Maswanganyi, Xikwembu ni teki could be loosely translated as said. “My wife gave birth to our fourth child three “Oh God take me!” This blend of what is alleged days ago. Now what is it that people are saying to be illicit wine is said to be deadly in that one about our fine wine?” who drinks it is pleading with God to literally Another man, Mr Malan Ringani (64), said he kill them. started drinking Xikwembu ni teki in 1970. “So Those who spoke about it on social media, in- far I have 11 children and I am stronger than side taxis and buses said that one has to consume ever,” he said. “I am still strong even today and I only half a glass and then they would be totally mean what I am saying. As you can see here for drunk. “People who drink Xikwembu ni teki laugh yourself, our faces are full of smiles, which only alone and mess their pants,” said one resident. shows that we love Xikwembu ni teki.” “They feel hot and strip naked in full view of all Meanwhile, the spokesperson for the Waterval people, including children.” police, Const Cynthia Ndou, said that the police The headman of Xihlobyeni section of Magan- knew nothing about the alcohol known as Xikgeni village, Mr Oupa Mahungu, condemned the wembu ni teki. “We are in no position to comment use of Xikwembu ni teki and said that it was just on this matter since we know nothing about it,” causing unhealthy disorder among his people. Ndou said. “Xikwembu ni teki – that name is new “Residents complained to me about their men to our ears.” and sons who drink an unhealthy wine called Xikwembu ni teki,” he said. “Some women even complained that it made their men weak and useless in the bedroom. They also lose appetite for all kinds of food.” He explained that just a month ago a man who was addicted to Xikwembu ni teki died and the family heard people saying that he had died as a result of witchcraft. “The family announced during his funeral that he was killed by Xikwembu ni teki and that nobody bewitched him to death,” Mahungu said. “The local Sanco members, who claim to be educated persons, support the brewing and selling of Xikwembu ni teki.” Another resident, Mr Shadrack Ngobeni, said that he had stopped brewing Xikwembu ni teki after he learned it was an illegal wine. “I learned the skills of brewing Xikwembu ni teki from an old man who brewed it for personal use,” he said. “I turned my newly acquired skills into a small business, where I brewed and sold Xikwembu ni The headman of Xihlobyeni section of teki from my home. But soon people said I would Magangeni village, Mr Oupa Mahungu, condemned the use of Xikwembu ni teki. be arrested and prosecuted, so I stopped.” However, Ms Maria Maluleke is a sad mother and grandmother of nine dependants. She has been selling Xikwembu ni teki for over f15 years. She says only jealous individuals are complaining about her wine. “Those people do not even drink Xikwembu ni teki,” she said. “Nobody has ever complained about my wine before.” There were many people sitting in small Mr Malan Ringani (64) has been drinking Xikwembu ni teki since 1970.

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There were sobs and tears during the emotional funeral of Mr Solomon Makananisa (58) on Sunday. Makananisa, a taxi boss and the public relations officer of the Makhado Long-Distance Taxi Association (Malta), was shot dead at Magau last Tuesday evening. Thousands of drivers, taxi owners and concerned members of the community converged at the Makananisa family homestead at Madodonga to pay their last respects to the slain taxi boss. Speaker after speaker at the emotional funeral called for calm and for all to leave everything in the hands of the law. Family spokesperson Mr Chris Makananisa described the death as Taxi boss Solomon a big loss to the family. M a­k a n a n i s a w a s “He was one of a kind, a buried on Sunday. unique person who was

always ready to help each member of his family and whoever came to him for help. We have lost a great man,” he said. Makananisa said the deceased had played a uniting role in the family and they all looked to him as an example. He said that the family had accepted what happened and would wait for the wheels of justice to move at their own pace. “Let us all be calm and not tarnish the good name of Solomon. It will be a fitting tribute to him if all of us behave in an orderly fashion and observe the rule of law and not take the law into our own hands.” The chairperson of Malta, Mr Mathakha Maliaga, said that his association was saddened by the death of one of their own. He said their members were now working in constant fear, not knowing who would be next. “Makananisa was the pillar of our association and nobody will ever replace him.” Makananisa is survived by his wife and four children. The spokesperson for the Tshilwavhusiku SAPS, Sgt Thilivhali Maloa, has appealed to the members of community to furnish the police with information that can help them to trace the suspects.

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“The mother of all music festivals” Next weekend, one of the most important envents on the local music calender will take place the Phalaphala FM Royal Heritage Festival 2016 will be held on 10 September at the Royal Gardens at Nandoni Dam. As the day draws nearer, people everywhere are talking about the festival, which they do not wish to miss. Some even call the Phalaphala FM Royal Heritage Festival the mother of all music festivals in Vhembe District. The Tshivenda love-song maestro, Mutendas, said that he was ready for the festival. He promised to give thousands of his fans his best music. “Festivals like the Phalaphala FM Royal Heritage

Festival give us and our fans an opportunity to truly enjoy music,” he said. A gospel artist, Lufuno Buda, has also been busy preparing for the great day. “The festival continues to bring together artists across genres and fans are exposed to a wide range of music and music styles, which is a good thing,” he said. The organiser of the Phalaphala FM Royal Heritage Festival, Mr Shandu Nesengani, said that the festival arrangements and preparations had reached fruition and that they were expecting thousands of fun lovers and music lovers to attend the festival. The line-up includes, but is

not limited to, Macheso, Shwi no Mtekhala, Nathi, Sfiso Ncwane, Kwesta, Nasty C, Riky Rick, DJ Dimplez, VJ Nutty, DJ Ganyani, Prince Kaybee, Heavy K, DJ Zinhle, DJ Malwela, Colbert Mukwevho, Benny Mayengani, Shwi no Mtekhala, Rofhiwa, David Mmbi, Kenny Bevhula, Lagugga, Alick Macheso, Kanakana “Cook”, Zozo, Jones, and Lufuno Buda. Tickets are available at R180 pre-sale at Computicket and R200 at the door. VIP tickets cost R950. See also our a report of our competition, elsewhere in the paper, where four lucky readers can each win a free ticket to the event.

A special ceremony took place last month to officially announce the inauguration of Toni Mphephu Ramabulana as the King of the Vhavenda. The function was attended by numerous high-ranking officials and political leaders. In the photo, the deputy president for traditional affairs, Obed Bapela, poses with senior traditional leaders after the media briefing. The ceremony is scheduled for 9 September and the main activities will take place at Thohoyandou stadium. Kingship

Court to decide about coronation of King From page 1 At the time of our going to press it seemed very likely that the parties would meet in the Thohoyandou High Court on Friday morning to ask the court to make a decision. Masindi and Mbulaheni Mpehphu will probably be represented by wellknown advocate Dali Mpofu. The chief advisor for King Toni, Mr Jackson Mafunzwaini, reaffirmed on Wednesday that they will vigorously oppose any application that the ceremony must not go ahead. According to him, the application is a very

opportunistic attempt to derail the process and it will not be tolerated. Mafunzwaini criticised the manner in which the application was brought before the court and said proper procedures had not been not followed. He said that they would ask the court for a cost order, should they be successful in opposing the application. Mr Musangwairi said that the planning for the coronation event would go ahead and they would not be deterred by the legal threats.

On 9 September the Vhavenda royal family plans to crown Toni Mphephu Ramabulana in line with their own customs and traditions. Immediately after the coronation, President Zuma will symbolically hand over the recognition certificate to the king. The event will be held at Thohoyandou Stadium and will be attended by between 11 000 and 15 000 people. The ceremony will be taking place under the theme, Restoring the kingship of Vhavenda under the lineage of His Majesty King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana.


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4 2 September 2016 By Thendo Savhasa

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Young Tshedza reunited with her mother Beauty pageant and music contest A seven-year old girl, Tshedza should refrain from violent acts she was grateful for the manner Mathikhithela, who was al- and illegal strikes,” said Chief in which the police had handled legedly abducted on 1 August Shavhani and he urged parents the case and for going as far as by her mother’s former boy- to safeguard their children and to Zimbabwe to get her daughter friend, Wisdom Mtakazo from be well aware of their children’s back. Zimbabwe, was reunited with whereabouts at all times. She also thanked her family her mother. Tshedza’s mother, Rofhiwa and community members for all The pupil from the Shavhani Tshankambule, indicated that the support she received. Primary School in Shanzha village was found unharmed at the house of the suspect’s sister in Mutare, Zimbabwe, last Wednesday (24 August). A spokesperson for the Siloam police station, W/O Tharaga, said that Tshedza had been taken to Zimbabwe the very same day she was taken from school. The police investigations led them on a path across the border and into Zimbabwe where the suspect had fled with the young girl. “It was not an easy task, because the suspect managed to escape before the police could apprehend him, but our officers made a breakthrough and reunited Tshedza with her mother,” said Tharaga. Chief Thinandavha Shavhani applauded the police for the efficient work they did, and working closely Siloam police station commander Frank Musina, Ms Rofhiwa with the community. Tshankambule, Captain Josephine Ndou and Chief Thinandavha “Parents and the youth Shavhani, photographed with little Tshedza Mathikhithela.

The Sinthumule/Kutama Youth Talent group will be hosting a heritage beauty pageant and music competition on Saturday at Maebane. According to one of the organisers, Mayoyo Manenzhe, the contest will be completely different from other beauty contests, because it will be more traditional. The finalists will contest wearing mukhasi and the traditional Venda costume, shedo, which is often referred to as a

G-string. Manenzhe said that there is a need to teach young children about the value of culture and the importance of restoring it. “Culture and tradition are the foundation on which the prosperity for each nation starts. It is important to continue with initiatives of this nature for the sake of our children. A nation that does not respect its culture is doomed and does not have any direction,” he said. The contestants are expected

to bring their own traditional Venda attire. Manenzhe invited people should to come in large numbers to see the young girls. “Everything at the contest will preferably be African - the food, the girls’ hairstyles and even the music - it will be purely African,” he said. The winners in the music competition will go home with cash, trophies and certificates. The event will start at 10:00 and last until 17:00.

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6 2 September 2016 By Elmon Tshikhudo

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Cllr Livhuwani Ligaraba, Cllr Mavhungu Luruli and Cllr Florence Radzilani (right) read out the pledge, when they are sworn in by Limpopo High Court Judge Khami Makhafula. By Silas Nduvheni

Mayor Radzilani promises clean audit The newly elected executive mayor of the Vhembe District Municipality (VDM), Cllr Florence Radzilani, promised to change so-called dysfunctional municipalities in Limpopo into working municipalities. She addressed councillors, municipal officials and guests during the inauguration ceremony in the council chamber in Thohoyandou. During the ceremony, 59 councillors were sworn in by High Court Judge Khami Makhafola. “One of the reasons which contributed to the Vhembe District Municipality’s being classified amongst the dysfunctional and underperforming Successfully, professionally, lightens whitens and brightens skin

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municipalities in the province is the non- filling of the critical posts. You will all recall that, for more than a year now, this municipality has been running without a dedicated full-time municipal manager and chief financial officer,” said Radzilani. She added that she was worried “about the repeated poor audit outcomes which have been with us over the long period.” According to her, municipal officials are at present “sitting with an adverse audit opinion as per the report of the Auditor General ending November, 2015. These created a negative impact with the management of public funds and people looked at us like we are either not competent enough or simply don’t care.” She said during her tenure, she would no longer tolerate an under-par performance and for this coming financial year, “the council will at least expect that we achieve nothing short of an unqualified audit opinion, to show that we are on an upward trajectory.” Radzilani also added that water was a basic commodity, “which is the very basis of life itself and our communities are facing with the challenge of water. Part of things we will be doing immediately is the maintenance of exciting infrastructure and upgrading and I want my teams assembled to refurbish and repair all our damaged boreholes.” According to Radzilani, the new council is expecting to join hands with the traditional leaders in the quest to develop all impoverished rural communities. The chairperson of the Vhembe House of Traditional Leaders, Hosi Busa Nxumalo, said he and other traditional leaders in the district were ready to work with the collective leadership of the new executive mayor and her councillors. “We are going to give all the support and we hope to sign a memorandum of understanding with the new council on service delivery to communities.” Cllr Freda Nkondo was elected Speaker, while veteran MKMV and former MEC for Safety, Security and Liaison, Mr Sampson Ratshivhanda Ndou, was elected Chief Whip of the district.

The plight of rural women who have been but did not. victims of abuse and attacks recently came He said one of the suspects was a known into the spotlight at Mbhalati village outside notorious criminal from Tshimbupfe village Malamulele. in the neighbourhood who had run away from Ironically, the attacks that left the women with his community after committing a number of stitches after being raped and attacked come at offences around that area. a time when women the country over are celeRecently, the area had a prayer service organbrating their month. ised by the local chief, Hosi Ackson Mdabula, After being attacked in violent incidents during after numerous bad incidents, including murder the past week, the women have come out with and car accidents, happened in the area over chilling stories. They told the community leader- the past few years. Mdabula, with pastors and ship, led by headman Ernest Mathebula, that they community structures, marched from Mdabula to were not able to sleep at night because criminals Mbhalati, where they held a prayer service near broke into their huts at night with the intention a spot where five University of Venda students of raping, injuring or robbing them. from the village died in an accident when the van At least one woman was allegedly raped after they were in collided with a truck in December. she was forcibly removed from her house. She The service was held about 200 metres from was also robbed of cash. The following day, she the spot where, in 2010, the charred bodies of went to the Malamulele police station to open former well-known musician Moses Maringa a case of rape. She was admitted to hospital on and his companion, Eunice Maringa, were found Sunday and discharged the following day. “I inside Maringa’s burnt-out car. know one of the two people, but since reporting Six people, including a school principal and the case, the police have not come back to me and a café owner, were arrested and charged with I am living in fear because the suspects know that murder, but the charges were later withdrawn, I have reported the case,” she said. with the case being turned into an inquest. Another victim, Gracious Baloyi, is nursing Malamulele police spokesperson W/O Alson stab wounds after she was also stabbed in the Mapindani confirmed that several cases had been village by a suspect who wanted money. “I also opened by people from the Mbhalati area. “The know the suspects who accosted me, but the main suspect is a man from Tshimbupfe, who is police said we should on the run,” he said. arrest the culprits,” she said. Ward committee member James Mathebula, who works closely with the traditional leadership, said they had now started night patrols in the village. He said they sent a delegation to the Malamulele police station to open cases against known suspects and also to ask the police to be visible in the area at night. The po- A victim of the criminals shows stiches on her arm to a community lice promised to come leader, Mr James Mathebula. Health

MEC encourages students to condomise

The MEC for Health, Dr Phophi Ramathuba, starting with main campuses, then moving to the told students of the Vhembe TVET College in satellite campuses. Comprehensive HIV non-medMakwarela “to play it safely to win the battle ical sites in the form of walk-in services on camagainst HIV/Aids”. puses were established,” she added. MEC Ramathuba addressed hundreds of students It is through these campaigns that students are in the college hall on Friday during an HIV/Aids encouraged to test in order to know their health counselling and testing campaign. “The starting status. The best issue is that students are no longer point should be to know your health status and expected to queue at the public health-care services; abstain from sex. Those who are sexually active instead, the services are accessible on campus. should have one partner, be faithful and conShe also added that, as from this month, the domise,” she added. She told the students that department would start with universal tests and by using condoms they would prevent sexually treatments, which means that all HIV positive clitransmitted infections and unwanted pregnancies. ents would be initiated on antiretroviral treatment, According to Ramathuba, her department has irrespective of their CD4 cell count. introduced a slogan It is not Ayoba to have sex without a condom. She mentioned that the Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, had introduced a campaign named First things first in 2012 at Wits University. The campaign was aimed at offering a comprehensive health screening to first-year students and was open to all members of the university community, which included other students and the staff. In Limpopo, the campaign was also launched at Univen in 2012. “In intensifying the campaigns, the depart- The MEC for Health, Dr Phophi Ramathuba (second from right), ment realized that there photographed with a pack of condoms, which was distributed to students Newly elected Executive Mayor Florence was a need to partner during the campaign. With her are some of the students, councillors and Radzilani. with TVET colleges, traditional leaders.


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FOUR TOP PRESENTERS A resident of Ha-Matsila village, Tshedza Mukwevho is a newsreader at Phalaphala FM and she prepared herself for a career in the media industry by obtaining a degree in media studies from the University of Venda. She attended Matsila Primary School and Tshimbiluni Primary School. She then went to Tshiemuemu Secondary School in Tshakhuma and matriculated at Radzamo Secondary School in 2010. “For me, radio means opportunities,” she said. “It bridges the gap between our people and the world. ho ev kw Mu a Tshedz Radio inspires and instils hope. With radio, we learn the difference between right and wrong. Radio has given me an opportunity to do something in the community, you see. I have always wanted to be part of change.” She was given an opportunity for an internship at the SABC in Limpopo in 2014. They noticed her talent and skills as a journalist and newsreader. By 2015, she started reading news for Phalaphala FM. “When the opportunity of being a newsreader presented itself, I had to grab it with both hands.” Tshedza said that she appreciated the support which she had received from her family when she was busy pursuing a career in journalism. “My son is my pillar of strength and my joy,” she added. “I find joy in seeing him smile every morning.” She said that there was nothing that made her happier than breaking a story or being the first person to tell a story, especially in her mother tongue. “I have become an idol to a few people because of it,” she said. “Radio has taught me how to speak to a larger audience. I am now confident to speak or voice my opinion.” Godfrey “Gman” Mavhasa, SABC education programme presenter, believes that every person needs to surround him- or herself with positive people who utter words of encouragement. Godfrey started his schooling at Tshino Primary School. He then went to Edison Nesengani Secondary, but moved to Tshipakoni Secondary School in 2002, where he matriculated in 2004. Godfrey “Gman” In 2006 he went to Univen to do a degree in Mavhasa international relations, but dropped out and went looking for greener pastures in Johannesburg. Once he had arrived in Gauteng, Godfrey ended up working as a waiter and also did some odd jobs for subsistence. He returned to Vhembe in 2009 and joined Univen FM. “During that time, Takalani Thabo was programme manager and he believed that I could present a talk show. I did Vhone vhari mini talk show on Mondays, Tshisima tsha dzilafho on Tuesdays and People and Law and Divhazwakale on Sundays.” Godfrey graduated with a BA in International Relations in 2013. “I then joined the SABC in November 2013,” he said. “I am that kind of person who is positive about every aspect of life. There are many things I like to do, to see, and to experience.” His current programmes are Hubvuma yone fhedzi Hits (10:00-12:00 on Sundays), Nambi ya dzinambi (09:00-11:00 on Saturdays), Educators Development (20:05-20:30, Mondays) and Learner Support (20:05-20:30 Tuesday). Lady J is the darling of the airwaves. Her soft, velvety voice endeared her to thousands of children out there as she hosted the children’s show Denzhe on Fridays between 14:30 and 15:00. She is also the on air as traffic controller at the station. Lady J is a proud product of Mungomani Primary School, where she started her schooling in 1990, Mopani Intermediate boarding school, where she completed her primary education in 1996 and Patrick Ramaano Secondary School, where she matriculated in 2001. From Patrick Ramaano, she went to Rosebank College, where she completed her national diploma in media studies and journalism. She is now furthering her Lady J studies, doing advertising and marketing management. In 2001 she was picked during Phalaphala FM’s International Children’s Broadcasting Day to become the station’s freelance presenter for Denzhe. Ndivhuwo Pfuluwani, Phalaphala FM’s Hudubabuse weekend sport producer, had a passion for media from a young age. “I loved media from the age of 15 and I was more interested in newspaper or print media,” he said. “I have been a sports fanatic all my life.” He said that he saw himself as a self-motivated and a naturally hardworking person who adapted to changes without hesitation. “I remember I had to work twice as hard for my BA degree in media studies,” he said. “I am currently working at SABC sports as a sports producer, producing PSL Sekunjaloand Hu Ndivhuwo Duba Buse,” he said. “As a hard worker, my perPfuluwani sonal objective is to establish myself in a dynamic environment where my theoretical knowledge and practical experience can be fully utilised.” He admitted that breaking into radio journalism was not an easy thing. “I obtained my degree in 2008, but I had to work even harder to prepare myself for employment,” he said.

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Seroba Foundation has an open hand for needy A family foundation based in Gauteng, the Seroba Foundation, has reached out to disabled and mentally ill patients at the Hayani hospital outside Thohoyandou and donated blankets, two flat-screen TVs, sound systems, tooth brushes and bath soap to them. The managing director of Seroba, Mr Ambrose Sadiki, said his company had joined hands with the government to address the needs of the disabled, mentally ill, orphans and vulnerable children. “We are on board, trying to help our poor communities and those with disabilities. We are aware of the fact that mentally ill people enjoy watching television and listening to various radio programmes,” he said. The gifts were distributed at Hayani last Thursday. According to Sadiki, his company also donated food parcels and tried to build a shelter for homeless people. Sadiki added that they had started helping mentally ill patients of Hayani hospital in 2013. The acting chief executive officer of Hayani hospital, Mr Robert Lavhelani, said he was thankful for One of the mentally ill patients, Ms Munyadziwa Seroba, receives a the generous donations to the mentally ill patients sound system from the managing director of the Seroba Foundation, in his hospital. “The hospital now understands that Mr Ambrose Sadiki (right), and the acting CEO of Hayani hospital, Mr there are people outside who also remember us. Robert Lavhelani. They do that because they understand that these patients have not chosen to be in that state and they need support from the communities,” said Lavhelani.

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workshop at home. The problem started when he collected money from a client known as Phiriphiri (Chillies) and couldn’t fix his bakkie.” In The Venda Boys, viewers are invited to follow the story of a young boy who failed his matric and was not eager to go back to school. “He took to hustling as his new path, which always led him to trouble-making, the kind of behaviour that made his community suffer,” he said. “He misled his peers into doing the same mischievous acts. They were always up to no good and the community grew tired of him. He was then discovered by Mr 30-Cent, a top Venda mafia member, who used him to do his dirty work. The two worked together in their mischievous deeds but the consequences are not always good.” The idea for the film Original Venda Hustler was conceived some two years ago when Mulugana had visited

New York City, in America. “It was inspired by Canal Street; it’s a lively street,” he said. In the film, a Venda young film student finds himself in New York City. He needs money and he has to find quick ways to make large amounts of money. So he learns some money-making tricks from the Canal Street crowd. “After his studies, he gets back to South Africa and tries using his new tricks to make money here at home,” he said. “He wants to see if his newly learnt tricks can still work in rural Venda. This film was shot in New York City and Venda. It’s a good movie across two cultural landscapes.” So far, this enthusiastic filmmaker has taken his movies to different national and international film festivals. He can be contacted on 072 847 8990. He is also on Facebook as 30 Cent Mboswobeni Mulugana.

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Newie’s debut album focuses on God’s love By Mbulaheni Ridovhona An upcoming gospel artist with a mesmerizing voice, Ronewa Nthabalala (26), popularly known as Newie, has won many peoples hearts with her debut album entitled For Your Love. She was born and raised in Vleifontein. Her passion for gospel music began when she was still young. “My love for gospel music is something that I have been doing from an early age while I was still at Sunday school at the Apostolic Faith Mission Assembly in Vleifontein and that in itself just makes gospel music part of my life,” she said. She further said that recording an album had always been her dream and she always saw herself “preaching the love of God on my album.” Before releasing her own album, she had an opportunity to work with the well-known local gospel group Worship House, as well as the Pile Gospel Choir. “I have also worked with artists such as Tshifhiwa Mulovhedzi and Sam Ngonyama, whom I have featured on my album,” she said. The album comprises 15 songs. “Achieving this goal of having my very first album brings so much fulfilment and relief as this is what I have always wanted to accomplish.

I have peace and happiness in my heart that I now also have gospel music to reach out to the nation. This album heals broken hearts,” she said. When asked why she had named her debut album For your Love, she said that it was after she whad gone through some rough patches in her life. “I realised that the love that God has for me and all people is beyond everything in life and greater than all the challenges I have ever encountered in my entire life,” she said. One of the beautiful song on her album, Ha Lati Vhana Vhawe, is based on Psalm 37:25. “Where I am standing as a witness to say, indeed God doesn’t leave or forsake his children and He will always be there to provide for them. When God revealed this song to me, I had all those people in mind who are going through a tough time in life, being tormented and also suffering from sickness,” she said. She further said that the message from this song was to encourage them and to give them hope that God would always be there with them, no matter what they were going through. She is planning to release another album at the end of this year. Newie can be reached at 072 535 0452, or at Nthabalala@gmail.com. She is also on Facebook as Newie.


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Some of the successful students proudly show off their certificates after the ceremony. By Elmon Tshikhudo

New world opens for hard-working students For some of the 700 students from Univen Innovative Growth Company’s programmes, who received their hard-earned certificates after undergoing a six-months training, the occasion opened up a whole new world for them and wil enable them to compete with others in the job market. The courses are geared towards helping the students to fill the gaps in their knowledge and gain particular skills that may be needed for work or promotion. They are regarded as important to bridge the gap between for-

mal education and meaningful employment. The joyful occasion was attended by the newly elected mayor of Thulamela, Cllr Mushoni Tshifhango, representatives of the different SETAs that funded the programmes and Univen academia. The university hall reverberated when Univen registrar Prof Edward Nesamvuni presented the sertificates to the students. For Mushayatshawe Nemaungani (23) of Maungani, who received a certificate in Plant Production Level 1, the occasion marked

the beginning of a whole new chapter in her life. “I have been roaming the streets with nothing to do, not knowing that there are opportunities out there waiting to be explored. Today I can stand up and fend for myself; I can now start my own business as I have the skills that are needed.” Prof Jan Crafford, deputy vice-chancellor academic at Univen, commended the students for the dedication and commitment they had shown by obtaining their qualifications, which he said would enhance their personal growth and marketability.

With almost 21 years’ service under her belt, the new station commander at the Makhado Police Station said she wanted to see Louis Trichardt become a quiet and peaceful town. Col Nyelisani Mabata officially took office on 15 August, following her tenure as cluster commander at the Lephalale Police Station. She not only has vast experience when it comes to crime prevention, but she also knows the district like the back of her hand. She carved some time out of her busy schedule to meet with the Zoutpansberger and Limpopo Mirror a fortnight ago. She currently lives in Louis Trichardt, but she was born and bred in Ha-Mashamba Village near Elim. “I came from a disadvantaged background,” said Mabata. Despite this, she completed school and heard about job opportunities within the South African Police Service (SAPS). After completing her basic training at Hammanskraal, Mabata enlisted in 1995 and completed her field training at Thohoyandou.

In 1996, she was stationed as a constable at the Waterval SAPS, where she was a court orderly and with the CSC (Community Service Centre) unit. After Waterval, Mabata slowly but surely climbed the police ranks and headed several stations, while being actively involved in crime-prevention programmes all the time. Mabata became an inspector in 2000 (today a warrant-officer), and was promoted to the rank of captain in 2005, when she was also promoted to CSC supervisor at the Tshaulu station near Thohoyandou. Throughout the following years, Mabata’s efforts yielded results with various crime-prevention programmes she managed, and in 2009 she moved to the Tshilwavhushiku Police Station where she was deployed as social crime-prevention commander and then later as support service commander in the capacity as lieutenant-commander. In 2011, Mabata applied for a transfer to Bela-Bela, where she was successfully appointed as the SAPS Visible Police (VIS-

POL) commander and manager at cluster level. From 2012 until 2015, she continued to work in the Waterberg, Thabazimbi and Lephalale area, until she was deployed to the Makhado SAPS. Mabata, in the few short weeks since she reported for duty at the local station, has already put a few plans in place. “I have compared the stats, and property crimes are a genuine concern for me. The number of reported cases in and around Louis Trichardt is too high, and it happens too often that a housebreaking turns into a contact crime and people are threatened in their own home,” said Mabata. Mabata was heartened by the amount of community involvement she found at the station and expressed the hope that this would continue. “It is only together that crime will be rooted out,” said Mabata. “The station has a good relationship with the town- and farm-watch communities and I want to keep it that way, so that we can continue with joint operations.”

Pupils from Ridgeway Independent School showed that not only can one achieve unity through dance, but that one can bring a smile to anyone’s face. The school, situated just outside of Louis Trichardt, hosted its annual school concert last Friday with the theme Ridgeway’s Got Stars. All of the students participated, on and off stage.

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Col Nyelisani Mabata, sitting in her new office as station commander at the Makhado Police Station. By Elmon Tshikhudo

“Use your qualifications and create jobs” Students who received their qualifications at For the 23-year old Lufuno Lumadi of Block F iCollege in Thohoyandou on Friday were told in Thohoyandou, who received an IT qualification, not to wait for the government to give them jobs, the day was the most memorable. “This is a good but to use their acquired skills to create jobs for foundation for me. If I can only get a learnership themselves and their own communities. where I could put my skills in practice, I will open During the college’s fourth diploma and cer- my company and employ others,” she said. ificate ceremony held at the Thohoyandou Art College branch manager Peter Sebola said the Centre, more than 140 students received qualifi- college had helped many disadvantaged youths cations in the fields of business administration, in terms of skills through their free scholarships. public administration, human resources, project “With the country having an acute shortage of management, call centres, wealth management skilled people, we are here making a humble contriand tourism. Ecstatic parents ululated and whistled bution to ease this scourge. We have already trained as students ascended the podium to receive their many and some are already making an impact in the qualifications. development of the country’s economy,” he said. The guest speaker, Shumani Phundulu, said that the students had made the right choice in life by studying for qualifications that would not only help them, but even their communities. “Our country needs skilled people and the skills you have are a good foundation for you to face this challenging world.” Phundulu urged them not to stop learning, as Motivational speaker Shumani Phundulu speaks to students and staff what they have is just a during the occassion where cerificates and diplomas were handed out to foundation. successful students.


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A previous award.

Previous bronze awards received by the company.

Murovhi Financial Services does it again!

Obvious Tharaga displays the Mutual and Federal award won by her boss, Mr Masala Murovhi.

Ms Rendani Mufamadi.

Another award for Murovhi Financial Services The managing director of Murovhi Financial Services, Mr Masala Murovhi, did it again when he was announced as the top broker in the small independent category of the northern region of Mutual and Federal. The award was presented in Pretoria a fortnight ago. After receiving the award, Murovhi said that he had started his business in 2006 and had won several awards. He said that

his company was committed to providing the best quality service to their clients. He further stated that his company was one of the largest companies in the province. According to him, his company is committed to community development in many ways. He added that he worked with Auto and General, Netstar Tracking Company, Clearndom Taxis Underwriters, Mutual and Federal, Tracker South Africa, Unit

Insurance,Vum-Vum, Regent Insurance, New National Insurance and Absa Insurance. The jubilant Murovhi said that he was surprised and couldn’t visualize that what he was doing was being watched by others. “I was not doing all this for name or fame. My desire is to help people and develop them and I will do it as long as I live”. He said that he dedicated the award to his clients who supported him each and every time.

“It is through the selfless sacrifices of these hardworking institutions that I received the prestigious award for outstanding performance.” He said that he wanted to thank many people, because many stakeholders had shared his vision before he had opened his office many years ago. “It has been quite a difficult and long journey, with many stumbling blocks, but we are happy because all our parties worked hard until the

final product was produced and we are reaping the fruits of our partnership,” he added. His company is supplying work to seven people. “We are proud of what Murovhi did for us,” said one of the clients, Mr Eliot Muthobi. “Our people must be taught that there is nothing wrong with visiting a broker like Murovhi,” he said. Muthobi further encouraged Murovhi to work closely with many clients. “We still have a huge challenge

to tell all the people that they must invest with the right people, such as Murovhi.” He said that Murovhi was about helping the community, not an enrichment or money-making strategy. “We strongly condemn fly-by-night insurance brokers who rob people of their hard-earned cash. People who do not understand clearly must seek advice from experienced people with a good track record.”

Obvious Tharaga helps one of the clients who visited the office.

Ntannganedzeni Mukwevho with a company award won previously.

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Rudzani Tsibi, a cleaner of the company, is happy with their award.

Steven Sadiki, a cleaner, is hard at work.

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Tshilidzi Muditambi with one of the awards.

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By Silas Nduvheni

victory for Joe in Amos Cup Soccer and netball programme for Mvudi Narrow Joe Maweja started their The goal which earned Maweja offence. United Brothers failed Sixteen primary schools of the Mvudi Circuit received netball and soccer equipment from CTM in Thohoyandou, in conjunction with the Dream Fields Project, last Thursday. The equipment will form part of an internal league programme in the Mvudi circuit and during the presentation, soccer and netball coaching courses were also held at Tshedza Comprehensive Primary School.

The managing director of Thohoyandou CTM, Mr Livingstone Simango, said that they were busy with a programme to encourage pupils from primary level to participate in sports. “We are also building sports fields to improve the facilities for the pupils,” said Simango. According to him, they have organized a meeting with all schools included in the programme to discuss roll out and implementation of the programme and also visit schools

to present schools with equipment. The circuit manager for Mvudi Circuit, Ms Ndivhuwo Ramovha, said she was over the moon to learn that her circuit had been chosen for the programme, which she hoped would go a long way in grooming her pupils to become stars in soccer and netball. “We hope our relationship with CTM and the Dream Fields Project will help to ignite interest in our young people to participate in sport,” said Ramovha.

The managing director of CTM in Thohoyandou, Mr Livingstone Simango (seated left), and the circuit manager of Mvudi, Ms Ndivhuwo Ramovha (holding a ball), on the far right, photographed with some of the pupils.

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Amos Charity Tournament three vital points came seven to capitalize, as Maweja managed programme on a high note. minutes into the second half. to maintain their lead to the end. They beat Gwamasenga United Mashudu Makhari headed In the other Amos Charity Brothers 1-0 at the Tshakhuma home, following a corner kick Tournament matches, which Malaria grounds last Saturday. by Rudzani Munyai. Tshifhiwa were also played at the same venAlthough United Brothers are Mudzunga of United Brothers ue, Tshakhuma RO United beat campaigning in the lower divi- was booked for a continued ar- Madridtas 2-0, while FC KK lost sion, they managed to match their gument with the referee. 2-4 to Tshakhuma Na Ndilani. elder brothers pound for pound Maweja were reduced to 10 Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila from the onset. men after their captain, Aluwani beatTshivhazwaulu Peace MakUnited Brothers were good at Mbedzi, was given his marching ers 2-0. defence and in the midfield, but orders for a second bookable their strikers showed no appetite for goals. Tshilidzi Ramatsitsi of United Brothers was a marvel to watch. He was everywhere, playing as a midfielder, while assisting the strikers at the same time. United Brothers committed suicide by taking too long to replace their fast forward, Rudolph Sithole, who was out of touch from the first whistle. The captain of Joe Maweja, Aluwani Mbedzi, was the first player to be reprimanded with a card. He was warned for a late tackle on Vincent Phalanndwa in the 28th minute. Maweja were the first to effect change to their starting line-up. They replaced Vhutshilo Gabara and Elias Ranwaha with Moses Mathonsi and Sheriff Mudala- Tshifhiwa Mudzunga of United Brothers heads the ball away, while hothe respectively. Mashudu Makhari of Maweja is on his heels.

Handing over the keys to Sibasa winner Marcus Mukumela is Sibasa store manager Captain Mutangwa and Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli.

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UNIVEN INCOME GENERATING CENTRE HEAD: COMMERCIAL UNIT Requirements: Candidate must be in possession of a relevant post-graduate degree or equivalent as a minimum qualification. A thorough and proven experience of business development and management. Knowledge of the South African business sector. Knowledge of the higher education sector and the role of third stream income. Knowledge of the higher education sector will be an added advantage. Duties: The Head will manage and assist in managing commercial projects. Work towards acquiring stakes and diversifying UIGC portfolios.

PERSONAL ASSISTANT Requirements: Diploma or degree in office management. Thorough knowledge of power point presentations. Experience in office management. Ability to work under pressure and to meet strict deadlines. Effective communication using South African languages. Duties: Manage the diary of the CEO. Manage UIGC activities and programmes. Ensure that reports are ready and in the required standard. Liaise with UIGC internal and external stakeholders.

Mpho.singo@univen.ac.za. Tel: (015) 962 8761. Applicants not corresponded within 3 months of the closing date, to please consider their application unsuccessful.

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Notice to Creditors in Deceased Estate All persons having claims against the undermentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or a indicated) from date of publication hereof. Estate no: 2490/2016, Surname: Ratshitanga, First names: Thilaiwi Charles, Date of Birth: 1952-07-01, ID no: 5207015239086, Last address: House No: 789, Thohoyandou P-East, Limpopo Province, Date of death: 2016-07-15, Masters’s office: Thohoyandou. First names of surviving spouse: Munyadziwa Hildah, Surname: Ratshitanga, Date of birth: 1957-08-12. Name of Executor or Authorised Agent: Munyadziwa Hildah Ratshitanga House no: 348 Block K, Maniini. Tel: 072 635 6132 Matodzi Attorneys, Office no: 21 First Floor, Matidza Complex, Thohoyandou. Tel: 072 635 6132

In the High Court of South Africa (Limpopo Division, Polokwane) Case no: 700/2016 In the matter between: Standard Bank of SA Limited, Plaintiff and Tshifhiwa Yvonne Mudau, ID: 701105 0838 085, Defendant. Notice of Sale in Execution In execution of a judg-

CALL FOR BURSARY APPLICATIONS – 2017 ACADEMIC YEAR The National Arts Council invites postgraduate students and registered education and training institutions that are involved in studies or provide tuition in the fields of theatre, dance, crafts, literature, multidiscipline, music and visual arts to submit applications for bursary funding. This invitation also extends to students applying for Bachelor of Technology degree in the arts. Particular attention will be paid to postgraduate qualifications that address rare skills required in the arts sector. Applications invited are for individual postgraduate studies and block institution bursaries for undergraduate students who will be studying in South Africa during 2017. • Closing date: 09 September 2016 at 16h00. • Outcomes available on 11 December 2016. Please note that late and incomplete applications will not be considered at all and no exceptions will be made. Application forms are available from the National Arts Council office or can be downloaded at www.nac.org.za For more information, please contact Arts Development Officers as listed on the NAC website. Please note: Only posted, couriered and hand delivered applications will be accepted. National Arts Council, PO Box 500, Newtown, 2113. 66 Margaret Mcingana Street, Market Theatre Precinct, Newtown, 2113. Tel: (011) 838-1383. Fax: (011) 838-6363. Email: info@nac.org.za

ment of the High Court of South Africa (Limpopo Division, Polokwane) in the abovementioned suit, a sale without reserve will be held by the Sheriff Thohoyandou, at the premisses 1538 Thohoyandou-J, Ext 1, Venda on Friday, 16 September 2016 at 11H30 of the under mentioned property of the defendants subject to the conditions of sale which are available for inspection at the offices of the Sheriff Thohoyandou, 55B Limdev Building, Mpsethy Street, Thohoyandou, Tel: 015 962 2016. Erf 1538 Thohoyandou-J Extension 1 Township, Registration Division: M.T, Limpopo Province, Measuring: 600 [six zero zero] square metres, held by virtue of deed of transfer TG27904/08, subject to the conditions therein contained. Also known as: 1538 Thohoyandou-J, Ext 1, Venda. The following information is furnished with regard to improvements on the property although nothing in this respect is guaranteed. This property consists of: 1 Dwelling compose with 3 roomed house. Zoning: Residential The Execution Creditor, Sheriff and/or Plaintiff’s Attorney does not give any warranties with the regard to the description and/or improvements. Dated at Pretoria on 5 August 2016. (SGD) T. De Jager Hack Stupel & Ross Attorneys for Plaintiff 2nd Floor, Standard Bank Chambers Church Square, Pretoria Ref: HA11373/T DE JAGER/Carolien, Tel: 012 325 4185

Mafanedza SaloMe RaMutuMbu NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATES All persons having claims against the undermentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publication hereof. 1. Estate number: 1643/2016 2. Particulars of the Deceased: 2.1. Surname and names: Ramutumbu Thavhadziawa Afbert 2.2. Date of birth: 09-04-1952 2.3. Identity number: 5204095801083 2.4. Last address: House No. 1094, Block F, Thohoyandou. 3. Date of death: 20-06-2016 4. Particulars of Surviving spouse. 4.1. Surname: Ramutumbu 4.2. First names: Mafanedza Salome 4.3. Date of birth and: 21-10-1955 4.4. Identity number: 5510210195080 5. Name and address of executor: Mafanedza Salome Ramutumbu, House No. 1094, Block F, Thohoyandou. 6. Name of authorized agent: Adv. MO Nemugumoni, House No. 528, Block P-East, Thohoyandou.

Malada (M) attoRneyS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS IN DECEASED ESTATE In the estate of late, Simon Ernest Maluleke, Estate no: 899/2012,

ID no: 7101205286080, last address: House number 811A Waterval Township, Elim Hospital, 0960, date of death 2012/04/15. All persons having claims against the above mentioned are called upon to lodge their claims with the undersigned within 30 days after the date of publication hereof. Malada (M) Attorneys, 28 Landros Avenue, Makhado, 0920, Tel/ Fax: 015 516 0271.

netShiunda & aSSociateS att NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS IN THE DECEASED ESTATE (SECTION 29) In the estate of the late Thinawanga Thamson Tshitangoni (ID No.630224 5229 087) married in terms of customary marriage to Nyadzani Rachel Tshitangano (ID No. 680416 0207 089), who died on the 16th of June 2016, Last address: House no. 1792 Thohoyandou, Block J, Estate No: 2049/2016 Master’s office: Master of Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou Creditors and debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30(Thirty) days as from the date on this advertisement. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 23rd day of August 2016. NETSHIUNDA & ASSOCIATES ATTORNEYS, executrix attorneys, office No. G118, Ground Floor, Old Mutual Building, Thohoyandou FAX: 086 595 7996 REF: RENDANI – T047

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THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID ELECTRIFICATION PROJECTS

Private Bag X5066 Thohoyandou 0950 Limpopo Province Tel: (015) 962 7500 Fax: (015) 962 4020 (015) 962 5328

September 2016 Graduation Ceremonies The University of Venda will be hosting its September Graduation Ceremony at the University Auditorium on Friday, 23 September 2016 starting at 09:00. Graduandi are expected to arrive at the University Senate Chambers at 07:00

CONTACT DETAILS Maxwell Maboho Gumani Tshimange Prince Khakhu Mercy Mabidi Tshilidzi Mmbadi Reginah Tshikomba Caroline Rampheri Donald Dongola

Bid number

Project Description

CIDB Bid Price Grading

Evaluation Criteria

BID NO. 06 /2016/2017

Electrification of 505 households at Dumasi village

6EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

School of Agriculture School of Education School of Environmental Sciences School of Health Sciences School of Human and Social Sciences School of Law School of Management Sciences School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences

BID NO. 07 /2016/2017

Electrification of 90 households at Dopeni Mapango village

3EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

NB: The successful graduandi are requested to confirm their details with the School Administrators.

BID NO. 08 /2016/2017

Electrification of 70 households at Lufule village

3EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 09/2016/2017

Electrification of 56 households at Vondwe village

3EP or Higher

R539-00

80/20 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 10 /2016/2017

Electrification of 47 households at Fondwe village

3EP or Higher

R539-00

80/20 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 11/2016/2017

Electrification of 180 households at Tshivhulani village

4EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 12/2016/2017

Electrification of 179 households at Mannini village

4EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 13 /2016/2017

Electrification of 73 Gondeni /Tshilaphala

3EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 14 /2016/2017

Electrification of 78 Khalavha

3EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 20 /2016/2017

Electrification of Tshilungoma village( 100 units)

3EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 21 /2016/2017

Electrification of Makhuvha (Ndarieni) 261 units

5EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 22 /2016/2017

Electrification of Lwamondo Vhungili (75units)

3EP or Higher

R539-00

90/10 preference points system and functionality

BID NO. 23 /2016/2017

Electrification of Tshamavhudzi village(15units)

2EP or Higher

R539-00

80/20 preference points system and functionality

Thulamela Municipality, invites tenders from Contractors registered with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) for the electrification of the following Villages.

Tender documents are obtainable from Procurement Office, Office No. 02 Thulamela Municipality Main Offices, during the following times: 0800 to 15:30 (Monday to Friday) as from 05 September 2016. A compulsory briefing meeting with representatives of the employer will take place at Thulamela Municipality council chamber on the 13 September 2016 at 11:00. Interested Contractors will be expected to submit the Bid documents with the following compulsory requirements. • Tax Clearance Compliance Status Letter or Tax Clearance Compliance Number. • Company registration documents (eg CK). • Proof of registration with CIDB. • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction.( Not older than Three(3) months) and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • List of similar successfully executed projects with clients contact details and contract values. Targeted Goals Points for functionality

Weight

Reputation And Reference

40.0

Financial Reference

15.0

Experience

15.0

Plant And Equipment

30.0

015 962 8880 015 962 8888 015 962 8946 015 962 8942 015 962 8969 015 962 8948 015 962 8960 015 962 8881

The contact details are reflected next to each school.

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID

Private Bag X5066 Thohoyandou 0950 Limpopo Province Tel: (015) 962 7500 Fax: (015) 962 4020 (015) 962 5328

Thulamela Municipality is inviting capable service providers for design and construction of the following electrical projects (turnkey projects): Bid number Project Description

Estimated CIDB Evaluation Criteria Units Grading

Nonrefundable Cash Deposit for the Tender Documents

15/ 2016/ 2017

Design and Electrification Construction Bunzhe village

261

4EP or Higher

90/10 Preference points system and functionality

R 539.00

16/ 2016/ 2017

Design and Electrification Construction of Dzingahe village

75

3EP or Higher

90/10 Preference points system and functionality

R 539.00

17 /2016/ 2017

Design and Electrification Construction of Thononda village

97

3EP or Higher

90/10 Preference points system and functionality

R 539.00

18 /2016/ 2017

Design and Electrification construction of Siambe village

120

3EP or Higher

90/10 Preference points system and functionality

R 539.00

Tender documents are obtainable from Procurement Office, Office No. 02 Thulamela Municipality Main Offices, during the following times: 0800 to 15:30 (Monday to Friday) as from 6 September 2016. A compulsory briefing meeting with representatives of the employer will take place at Thulamela Municipality council chamber on the 13 September 2016 at 11:00. Interested Contractors will be expected to submit the Bid documents with the following compulsory requirements. • Tax Clearance Compliance Status Letter or Tax Clearance Compliance Number. • Company registration documents (eg. CK). • Proof of registration with CIDB. • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction.( Not older than Three(3) months) and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • List of similar successfully executed projects with clients contact details and contract values. Targeted Goals Points for functionality

Weight

Similar Experience of the Construction Company

30.0

Project Execution Plan/Methodology

10.0

Tenderers should note the following: Functionality will be scored out of 100% and the minimum threshold to qualify is 60%. Tenderers who fail to meet the minimum threshold will not be considered for further evaluation.

Electrical Engineers Qualification and proof of ECSA registration

15.0

Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report (NB: Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers who have registered on the CSD)

Financial References of the Construction Company

Similar Experience of Electrification projects of Consulting Electrical En- 30.0 gineering Company 15.0

Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned, completed by pencil, sent by telegraph, facsimile , electronically (Fax), or E- mail and without the compulsory requirements will be disqualified.

Tenderers should note the following: Functionality will be scored out of 100% and the minimum threshold to qualify is 60%. Tenderers who fail to meet the minimum threshold will not be considered for further evaluation. Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report (NB: Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers who have registered on the CSD) NB: Service providers must submit their Certified BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the corporation and BEE Rating certificate. Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); PPPFA, Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of preferential points system and functionality. Sealed bid documents must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11:00 on, 23 September 2016 at 11h00. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned, completed by pencil, sent by telegraph, facsimile , electronically (Fax), or E- mail and without the compulsory requirements will be disqualified.

MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

NB: Service providers must submit their Certified BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the corporation and BEE Rating certificate. Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); PPPFA, Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of preferential points system and functionality. Sealed bid documents must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11:00 on, 23 September 2016 at 11h00. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou.

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2 September 2016 17

Vacancies & Tenders

CALLING ALL LOCAL SUPPLIERS

To advertise a Vacany or Tender on this page please contact George or Yolanda at Tel. 015 516 4996 or Fax. 015 516 2303.

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT The Director Facilities and the Head of Supply Chain invites you to a local supplier workshop. The aim of the workshop is to create an enabling environment for local businesses to access opportunities within the University of Venda. VENUE: Research Conference centre

TIME: 14h30

FOR ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Mr Kenneth Kgomo, 015 962 8184 or Mr Azwifaneli Mudzwari on 015 962 9042

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

Remember you can also view the Classifieds and Vacancies on our website MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Makhado 0920

TENDER NO. 51 OF 2016 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF AUTO – RECLOSERS AND CONTROLS: 2016/2017 Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Supply and Delivery of Auto - Reclosers and Controls: 2016/2017. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable from 5 September 2016 at the Procurement Office No. B043 Ground Floor, Civic Centre, MAKHADO upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200.00. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorized person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 51 of 2016: Supply and Delivery of Auto - Reclosers and Controls: 2016/2017” 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, 16 September 2016 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First Floor, Civic Centre, No.83 Krogh Street, Makhado.

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

TENDER NO. 52 OF 2016 APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE PROVIDER TO PURIFY TRANSFORMER OIL: 2016/2017 Suitable service providers are invited to tender of Appointment of Service Provider to Purify Transformer Oil: 2016/2017. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable from 5 September 2016 at the Procurement Office No. B043 Ground Floor, Civic Centre, MAKHADO upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200.00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on 9 September 2016 at 11:00 at the Council Chamber, Ground floor, Civic centre, Ground floor, No 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorized person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 52 of 2016: Appointment of Service Provider to Purify Transformer Oil: 2016/2017” 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 September 2016 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First 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 80/20 score points.

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:

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:

1. Original and valid Tax Clearance Certificate or pin issued certificate 2. Certified copy of company registration certificate. 3. Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID book(s). 4. BBBEE certified 5. ISO 9001 Certified Quality Management System. 6. Proof of payments of municipal accounts rates/service or lease agreement. 7.Attachment of payment original receipt to proof purchase of tender document

• • • • • • •

Original valid Tax Clearance Certificate or pin issued certificate A certified copy of Company Registration Certificate Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s). BBBEE Certificate (For Preferential Points Certified service provider for Original Equipment Manufacturer(OEM) 50 9001-2008 Quality Management System Proof of payment of municipal account/rates or lease agreement

All technical enquiries can be directed to Director Technical Services, MR C W Molokomme, or J E Joubert At (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr N A Mathivha at (015) 519 3044.

All technical enquiries can be directed to Director Technical Services, MR C W Molokomme, or J E Joubert At (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr N A Mathivha at (015) 519 3044. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 148 of 2016 File No: 8/3/2/1362

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 149 of 2016 File No: 8/3/2/1364

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MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

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

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

TENDER NO. 50 OF 2016 PROVISION OF HEALTH CARE RISK WASTE COLLECTION AND TREATMENT SERVICES FOR THE PERIOD OF TWO YEARS

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

TENDER NO. 49 OF 2016 AIR TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE PERIOD OF THREE YEARS Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Air Travel and Accommodations for the Period of Three Years. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable from 6 September 2016 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R300.00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on Monday, 12 September 2016 at 09:00 at Council Chamber, First floor, Civic centre, Ground floor, No 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 49 of 2016: Air Travel and Accommodations for the Period of Three Years:” 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, 30 September 2016 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First 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 and functionality. 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). • BBBEE Certificate (For Preferential Points) • Registered with IATA/ASATA (attach proof) • Attach latest Audited Financial statement • Proof of payment of municipal account/statement/lease agreement

Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Provision of Health Care Risk Waste Collection and Treatment Services. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 6 September 2016 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200,00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on 9 September 2016 at 11:30 at Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Makhado. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 50 of 2016: Provision of Health Care Risk Waste Collection and Treatment Services” 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, 22 September 2016 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First 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. 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: • • • • • • •

All technical enquiries can be directed to Chief Financial Officer Ms M P Makhubela, or Mr T Manebaneba at (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr N A Mathivha at (015) 519 3044. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 146 of 2016 File No: 8/3/2/1361

MR I. P. MUTSHINYALI MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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Original valid Tax Clearance Certificate A copy of Company Registration Certificate Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s). BBBEE Certificate (For Preferential Points) All authorization documents for the Service Provider to handle/or transport HCRW Attach confirmstion from the HCRW treatment(Incinerator) facility that the appointed Service Provider will bring HCRW Attach proof of appointment letter of similar previous successfully executing service contact value & client contacts.

All technical enquiries can be directed to the Director Community Services, M J Kanwendo or Mr N P Nndwakhulu at (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr N A Mathivha at (015) 519 3044. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 147 of 2016 File No: 8/3/2/1362

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DATE: 08 September 2016


LIMPOPO MIRROR

18 2 September 2016 By Frank Mavhungu

Maweja and Madridtas in Amos clash The last group-stage matches of the Amos Charity Tournament will be played this weekend. All matches will be staged at the Tshakhuma Tshisimani grounds. Four matches will be played tomorrow and two on Sunday. Tomorrow’s programme will start with the match between FC KK and Tshivhazwaulu Peace Makers. Both Peace Makers and FC KK lost their opening matches last Saturday. Peace Makers lost 0-2 to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, while FC KK were beaten 2-4 by Tshakhuma Na Ndilani FC. The first match will start at 09:00. After this match,Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila and Tshakhuma Na Ndilani will lock horns. The fact that both Tshakhuma Na Ndilani and Madzivhandila won their open-

ing matches is reason enough for the fans to expect a thriller. This one is scheduled to kick off at 11:00. Gwamasenga United Brothers will entertain Madritas shortly after midday. Madridtas and Gwamasenga lost their matches last weekend. Gwamasenga were beaten 0-1 by Joe Maweja, while Madridtas suffered a shocking 0-2 defeat at the hands of Tshakhuma RO United. The activities for the day will be wrapped up by the match between Joe Maweja and Tshakhuma RO United at 15:00. Tshakhuma RO United and Gwamasenga United Brothers will test each other’s strength in the opening match on Sunday morning, and they will be followed by Tshivhazwaulu Peace Makers and Tshakhuma Na Ndilani.

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila will battle it out against FC KK, starting at 13:00. Madridtas and Joe Maweja will be the last teams to enter into the field of play at about 15:00. The top teams in the group stages will meet in the final on a date still to be announced to determine the champions, while the runners-up from each group will meet to determine the thirdplaced team. The players to watch in this weekend matches are Ipfi Muthubi of RO United, Mashudu Makhari of Joe Maweja, Solomon Noko of Madridtas, Nndwamato Miriri of Tshakhuma Na Ndilani, Mutali “Bodelo” Mulaudzi of Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila and Rendani Mukomafhedzi of Tshakhuma RO United.

The champions of the Pink House Soccer Tournament, Rambuda Young Fighters. By Frank Mavhungu

Young Fighters the Pink House champs Rambuda Young Fighters were crowned the champions of the Pink House Soccer Tournament at the Dzimauli Tshakhumba grounds last Saturday. Four teams, Rambuda Young Fighters, Tshandama Try Together, Ficus FC and Folovhodwe Stone Breakers, took part in the one-day event. Try Together were invited to be part of the tournament at the 11th hour after Mutuwa Brazilians pulled out of the tournament a day before the event. Young Fighters were present-

ed with R1 200 during a ceremony held at the grounds shortly after the final whistle. The team from Dzimauli beat Ficus FC 1-0 in the final. The runners-up were presented with cash prize of R1 000. Rambuda Young Fighters’ way to the final went via Tshandama Try Together, whom they beat 6-2 in their semifinal match, which was played at the same venue earlier that day. The winner was determined through penalty shoot-out as the score was 1-1 when the regulation time came to an end.

In the other semifinal match, Ficus FC beat Folovhodwe Stone Breakers 5-4. This one also reached the penalty shoot-out stage after a 1-1 full-time score. During the prize-giving ceremony, the sponsor, Mr Livhuwani Nethengwe from Pink House Restaurant, said that he was impressed with the manner in which the tournament was organized. According to him the tournament will become an annual event, with the sponsorship increasing from time to time.

Sport

Six teams in Nzhelele Sports Tournament Mashudu Makhari of Joe Maweja.

Rendani Mukomafhedzi of Tshakhuma RO United.

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Makhado 0920

TENDER NO. 53 OF 2016 APPOINTMENT OF SERVICE PROVIDER FOR SERVICING (MAINTENANCE) OF BREAKERS AT LEVUBU SUBSTATION

At least six soccer teams will play in the Nzhelele Sports Day Soccer Tournament that will be held at the Mushathoni Secondary School at Tshavhalovhedzi village, Nzhelele.

The tournament will be held on Saturday (3 September). Matches are as follows: Tshithuthuni Remembers vs Muraida FC (10:00); Thononda All Stars vs Sangoma Black

Robbers (12:00) and Sangoma Queens vs Tshikombani Ladies (14:00). For more information, contact Muraida Netshivhulana at 072 221 9023.

SPORT NEWS?

Phone Frank: 082 969 3131

Suitable service providers are invited to tender of Appointment of Service Provider for Servicing (Maintenance)of Breakers at Levubu Substation. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable from 5 September 2016 at the Procurement Office No. B043 Ground Floor, Civic Centre, MAKHADO upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200.00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on 9 September 2016 at 09:00 at Levubu Substation Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorized person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 53 of 2016: Appointment of Service Provider for Servicing (Maintenance)of Breakers at Levubu Substation” 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 September 2016 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First 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 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: 1. Original and valid Tax Clearance Certificate 2. Copy of company registration certificate. 3. Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID book(s). 4. BBBEE certified 5. ISO 9001 Certified Quality Management System. 6. Proof of payments of municipal accounts rates or services

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 150 of 2016 File No: 8/3/2/1365

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PROPOSAL TO RENDER CAR WASH SERVICES AT UNIVERSITY OF VENDA

RFP NO: TRANS 08/2016

The University of Venda invites proposals from local car wash service providers on an as-and-when required basis for a period of 6 months. The University has a fleet of 77 cars which are utilized on a daily basis by University employees, students and guests to travel on business, field work and other work related matters. The fleet is made up of: Buses (65 seater), Mini Buses (45 seater), 23 Seaters, Kombi's, single cab vehicles, double cab vehicles, sedans, trucks, trailers (Venter), tractors, quad bikes and golf carts. A Pricing Schedule is required for the following services, for all of the above vehicles:  Wash & Go (body wash only)  Full Wash (in & out/dashboard & tyre polish)  Executive Wash (full wash & body polish)  Engine Wash. Please note that the service provider is expected to submit a proposal on how many personnel will be provided to service the University's 77 cars. The University will provide the appointed service providers with the following:  Industrial water gun  Industrial Vacuum  Consumables (soap, tyre, dashboard and body polish, washing cloths and washing liquid once off upon appointment. Going forward, the service provider will be expected to make provision of SABS approved car wash consumables. Commercial documents required:  Company registration (CK documents)  ID copy  Tax clearance certificate  BBBEE Certificate  Proof of residence  Service providers must be 18-35 years of age. This is a youth development programme aimed at developing young entrepreneurs around Thohoyandou  Pricing schedule. The documents are obtainable from office no 43, Facilities Management Building, University of Venda from 5th September 2016. Proposals can be deposited in the tender box located at the Facilities Building, before 12h00 on or before 23 September 2016. Bids that are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted by postal order, facsimile or electronically will not be accepted. Commercial/Procurement enquiries can be directed to the Chief Demand and Acquisition Officer, Mr. Azwifaneli Mudzwari on 015 962 9042 or Azwifaneli.mudzwari@univen.ac.za. Technical enquiries can be directed to the Chief Transport Officer, Mr. R.M. Miyeni on 015 962 8165 or madibeng.miyen@univen.ac.za

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All technical enquiries can be directed to Director Technical Services, MR C W Molokomme, or J E Joubert At (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr N A Mathivha at (015) 519 3044.

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LEAGUE LOGS

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Actors are the Phalaphala FM champs The television and radio actors were crowned as the winners of the Phalaphala FM sanitary towel campaign tournament when they beat Phalaphala FM 2-1 in the final at the Rabali Stadium on Saturday. As if they were going to give their opponents a free soccer lesson, Phalaphala FM was the first to find the net. It took them only nine minutes to blow the trumpet. Muzamzi Munyai forced his way through the defence of Actors and showed the keeper the wrong way. The goal was a morale booster to Phalaphala’s midfielders. They created several dangerous moves from the middle of the park, with

Actors chasing the action. The actors found the equaliser in the 26th minute. Mulimisi Tsherana beat the keeper with a volley, following a brilliant pass from Tshibulebule Muthambi.The score was 1-1 when the teams adjourned for half time. Phalaphala effected only one change to their starting line-up. They replaced Ramsey Rampfumedzi with station manager Freddy Sadiki three minutes into the last half, but he played only four minutes before he got injured. Phalaphala’s centre forward, Mulalo Ramarumo, could not believe his eyes when his volley hit the woodwork and landed outside the field of play

for a goal kick. As if that was not enough to upset the team’s enthusiastic fans, Lucky Tshilimandila caused another upset seven minutes thereafter. His close-range ground cutter missed the goal mouth by inches. Actors took the lead in the 68th minute. Mayor Mulalo gave the ball a final touch after a scramble within the box. The last 10 minutes of the game was a war in the true sense of the word. Phalaphala was threatening to find the net, but the solid defence of their opponents denied them a goal. Phalaphala’s keeper, Rudzani “1020” Khalushi, saved a powerful shot by Macdonald “KK” Mulaudzi.

By Frank Mavhungu

Mighty Chiefs outsmart Greenway Sports

Hlanganani Stream A

Deadline: Tuesday 12:00 No handwritten logs will be accepted

Lost 2 4 5 7 3 9 11 9 10 12 12 18 21

For 45 38 40 33 32 33 39 26 30 23 18 10 8

Against Points 17 60 22 47 24 45 33 43 19 41 30 37 30 33 23 33 32 31 33 26 25 24 47 10 48 3

Team Makhitha Up the Brooms Rainbow All S Academy Midoroni Real Hearts Madodonga Happy Hearts Maebani Aces United MML FC Muduluni Young Chiefs Zamenkoste Happy Boys Manyeleti FC Muraleni Young Rebellions Mira Black Pull Kutama Y Stars Manavhela Real Fighters

Limpopo The Fresh One Stream B Played Won Draw Lost 24 21 2 1 24 13 8 3 24 13 5 6 12 6 6 24 24 10 7 7 24 11 4 9 24 10 4 10 24 7 11 6 24 9 3 12 24 7 7 10 24 5 4 15 3 4 17 24 24 1 1 22

For 68 46 57 39 29 26 35 24 28 35 37 19 14

Against Points 16 65 20 47 32 44 21 42 23 37 25 37 32 34 17 32 46 30 36 28 43 19 62 13 66 4

Hlanganani Stream B Draw Played Won 30 21 5 30 19 10 30 16 8 30 15 6 30 13 11 30 13 7 30 13 9 30 11 9 30 11 5 30 10 6 30 8 6 30 7 6 30 5 7 30 4 3 30 2 5 30 0 4

Lost 4 1 6 9 6 10 9 10 14 14 16 17 18 23 23 26

For 48 48 42 47 42 34 32 32 33 20 27 23 14 13 12 2

Against Points 18 68 14 67 21 56 36 51 21 50 20 46 30 44 35 40 35 38 20 36 43 30 44 27 38 22 44 15 40 11 56 4

Team Rathidili-Tshikhwani Swongozwi Masters Vhulaudzi Masters Wesifa Masters Sendedza Masters Sinthumule Kuatama Dzanani 1 T/Association Ngovhela Masters LTT Masters Makungwi Masters Ellis Masters Khakhu Masters Mandiwana Masters Mudimeli Masters Rachis Masters Mphaila Masters Matidza Masters

Vhembe Masters Soccer League Draw Lost Played Won 17 13 2 2 17 13 2 2 17 12 3 2 16 11 4 1 17 11 2 4 17 11 2 4 17 9 3 5 17 8 4 5 17 8 4 5 17 9 1 7 17 5 3 9 16 4 3 9 16 3 3 10 16 3 2 11 14 3 1 10 16 2 3 11 16 1 2 13

For 85 57 64 56 59 48 42 39 33 42 27 28 27 23 28 20 23

Against Points 14 41 19 41 22 39 20 37 36 35 28 35 30 30 31 28 27 28 44 28 38 18 41 15 57 12 78 11 50 10 49 9 59 5

Hlanganani Stream C Draw Played Won 18 11 5 18 11 2 18 9 5 18 8 6 18 7 8 18 7 4 18 6 3 18 5 2 18 5 3 18 2 2

Lost 2 5 4 4 3 7 9 10 10 14

For 50 27 30 31 23 24 26 21 23 22

Against Points 17 45 24 35 20 32 17 30 20 29 25 25 28 21 44 20 34 18 44 8

Team Tshivhulana Real Aces Bofulamato Vuwani United Tshimbupfe Disco Stars Mabidi Mighty Greens Manavhela Black Rangers Tshirululuni XI Bullets Tshilata Happy Fighters Hanani Highlanders FC Tshimbupfe Fighting Cats Davhana All Stars Mutheiwana FC Mangilasi Happy Fighters

Played 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22

Vuwani Stream A Won Draw 17 1 13 5 11 4 10 4 8 8 8 7 8 4 5 8 6 5 4 10 3 6 4 3

For 61 57 30 45 34 17 19 28 26 26 28 18

Against Points 20 52 29 44 22 38 29 34 37 32 21 31 19 28 34 23 35 23 35 22 40 15 57 15

Team Bokisi Scietists FC Mbhokota FC Matsila Morning Sweep Majosi Embassy FC Mukondeni S Stars Bungeni Y Diplomats Jomo Young Stars Koki FC Bodwe FC Marholeni Unlimited FC N'waxinyamani Weltry FC Caring FC Riversdale United FC

Played 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Team Madadzhi E Stars Tswika Riverbanks FC Sereni Home Boys Manyima Mars Brothers Donkerhoek City Crush Gumani Young Stars Tshivhangani Stone Break Sereni Real Madrid Vuka Mulima FC Slanger AC Milan Mulima Young Stars Thothololo FC Thembisa Las Vegas Muumoni Blue Birds Muila United FC Pfanani HDB FC

Team Matlhari FC Mailaskop Action Killers Elim Blackpool Juniors Mpheni Barcelona The Ret Valdezia Juventus FC Hluvukani Valdezia FC Munzhedzi Royal FC Mailaskop Academy FC Mpheni Sundowns FC Vleifontein United FC

Won 19 14 13 13 10 11 10 9 9 7 7 2 0

Draw 3 5 6 4 11 4 3 6 4 5 5 4 3

Lost 4 4 7 8 6 7 10 9 11 8 13 15

Beuster Mighty Chiefs finished their league Greenway did not throw in the towel, despite programme with a bang, following their 1-0 the fact that time was running out for them. They victory over Greenway Sports Academy at the continued to fight collectively, but their strikers Maungani grounds last Sunday. were unlucky. Although they had only pride at stake in the Limpopo The Fresh One Stream A Team Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points Vuwani Stream B match as their promotion to the SAB League was LTT Murunwa TVET Coll 24 18 4 2 50 16 58 Team Played Won Draw Lost For Against Points Magau United FC 24 16 5 3 46 19 53 already confirmed, Chiefs did not leave anything Eleven Warriors FC 22 19 2 1 50 10 59 Ravele Highlanders FC 23 11 8 4 52 31 41 Tshisimani TVET College 22 12 5 5 41 28 41 to chance. Instead, the home side demonstrated Tshiozwi Mates FC 24 11 3 10 39 40 36 Doli Anchors FC 22 12 2 8 45 29 38 Madombidzha Try Again 22 9 8 5 34 29 35 Mission Young Rovers 22 10 6 6 31 27 36 consistency throughout the game, with their mid-ENTRY FORM Ramahantsha Lotavha FC 24 10 4 10 36 38 34 Mariadze Real Stars 22 9 8 5 42 28 35 fielders dishing out some telling passes to the goal Benny Sport Academy 23 10 3 10 40 33 33 Mashau Young Stars 22 8 7 7 38 27 31 Madombidzha Celtics FC 23 8 6 9 39 40 30 Tshakhuma Finale FC 22 8 5 9 27 41 29 poachers. Mighty Chiefs lost cohesion in the middle Ravele Black Dragons 24 7 8 10 38 42 29 Tshakhuma Blue Birds 22 7 6 9 32 32 27 of the park towards Matika FC 24 8 5 11 38 45 29 Mashau Bafanas FC 22 5 6 11 22 34 21 Name: the end of the first half. That Surname: Gogobole H Defenders 24 6 6 12 23 37 24 SS United FC 22 5 5 12 24 43 20 gave Greenway a good time to knock on their door Madabani Black Mambas 24 6 2 16 21 53 20 Mashau Thenga B Eagles 22 4 4 14 14 41 16 Mutsha United FC 22 3 4 15 19 42 13 The Legacy FC 23 0 5 18 6 44 5 twice in quickAddress: succession. Tel: ENTRY FORM 19th In the first instance it was Innocent Ramabulana who came close to scoring. He received a beautiful ENTRY FORM DID YOU KNOW? The league logs are also Passport no.(42km): Age on race day: 19th Name: Surname: pass from Douglas Name: Maluleke inside the box and Surname: ENTRY FORM available online at www.limpopomirror.co.za 19th shot wide with the stranded keeper already going in Name: Surname: 24 SpetemberTel: 2016 Address: Race 5/10/21/42: Age Category J/O/V/M/G the wrong direction. Nndivhaleni Manenzhe made Name: Surname: Address: Tel: ENTRY FORM a similar blunder moments thereafter. 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Black Leopards started the new season on a bad note. They came back from their match against Amazulu with empty hands after a 2-1 drubbing at the Princess Magogo Stadium in Durban. The veteran striker of Amazulu, Siyabonga Nomvete, put Amazulu ahead in the 38th minute to bring the half-time score to 1-0. They increased the margin through Lungelo Dlamini nine minutes later. Lidoda Duvha pulled one back through Roggert Nyundu late in the game. Jomo Cosmos failed to impress their home crowd. They played to a 1-1 draw with FC Cape Town at the Olën Park Stadium in Potchefstroom. Cosmos were the first to find the net via Edson Skhosana, whose long-range volley hit the crossbar and bounced across the goal line. The visitors from Cape Town found the equalizer via Shaun Olivier. He headed home after a corner kick. Witbank Spurs collected full points when they beat Milano United 2-1 at the Blue Downs Stadium in Cape Town. Patrick Mubayiwa scored for Spurs in the 37th minute to bring the half-time score to 1-0. Taarig Fielies replied for Milano, but Joshua Souls made sure the team from Emalahleni went back home with maximum points. The rookies, Magezi FC, could not absorb the pressure and Thanda Royal Zulu beat them 2-1 at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. Mthatha Bucks beat Stellenbosch FC 3-1 at the Mthatha Stadium, while Mbombela United lost 1-2 to Santos at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town. Royal Eagles drew 1-1 with Real Kings at the Harry Gwala Stadium Pietermaritzburg and the University of Pretoria beat Cape Town All Stars 2-1 at the Tuks Stadium in Pretoria.

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Four local teams to play in Khethi Gavhi tournament The Mushiru grounds in the Tshaulu area will be a hive of activity tomorrow as this is where the Khethi Gavhi Soccer Tournament will be staged. Four teams from Mushiru and the surrounding areas will battle it out for the championship. The teams gearing up for the one-day event are: Mubvumoni XI Arrows, Lukalo Hotspurs, Nduvheni FC and the hosts, Mushiru Young Masters. The teams that will play in the first semifinal will be known after a toss that will be conducted at the grounds tomorrow morning. The first match is scheduled to kick off at 09:00, while the second will commence at 11:00. The winners in the semifinal matches will meet in the final at 15:00.

According to one of the organizers of the tournament, Mr Trevor Mudzanani, the champions will walk away with a cash prize of R1 000, a floating trophy and soccer balls. A prize of R500 is awaiting the runners-up. The teams booted out of the tournament in the semifinal stage will each receive a consolation prize of R250 and a soccer ball. The best player in the two semifinal matches and the final will each receive R100. The top goal scorer in the tournament will also take home R100. The best coach in the tournament will receive R150 during the ceremony that will be held at the ground shortly after the final whistle. A local resident, Mr Khethi Gavhi, is the main sponsor of the tournament.

02 September 2016 - Limpopo Mirror  

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