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Tragic end to search Police and pathologists load the bodies of the two boys in a van before they are taken away to the mortuary. By Elmon Tshikhudo A community’s search for two missing boys, which started by the combing of nearby bushes and progressed to a house-to-house search, ended in tears when the boys were found dead. The two boys, Nhleketo Mashimbyi and Rifuwo Hlungwani, both aged 3, went missing on Monday. They were found in an unused pit toilet, dug in one of the yards, not far from their homes. The boys were known to be very close friends, just like their mothers. The incident, which has shocked and left the community in tears, happened at Muswani village outside Malamulele. At first, the community had feared that the boys might have ended up being victims of muti murderers. Ms Wisani Mashimbyi (27), Nhleketo’s mother, said the boy went to the street to play with others from the neighbourhood while she was cooking at home. She said when did not see him after some time, she thought that he had gone to play with his friend Rifuwo. Almost at the same time, Rifuwo’s mother, Ms Wisani Hlungwani, was busy making tea for her

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son. She also said she thought he had gone to play with his friend, Nhleketo. “After I finished making tea, I went to look for my son. Nhleketo’s mother then informed me that neither one was there,” said the distraught Wisani Hlungwani. The two women alerted the local headman, who called for a search, which promptly ensued. On Tuesday, members of the community searched the village for the missing toddlers. Police officers who arrived also assisted the community in the search. They had combed almost the whole village and surrounding bushes when the boys were found in an open and unused toilet pit, full of water. The find brought comfort that at least the boys had been found and the community knew what had happened, but at the same time plunged the whole community into deep mourning. Members of the community who were at scene were all shedding tears of grief while waiting for the police to fetch the tiny bodies. The mothers of the children nearly fainted when they heard that their children had been found but were not alive as they had hoped. Malamulele police spokesperson W/O

Alson Mapindani said they had earlier opened a missing person’s docket, but after the boys were found, changed it to an inquest. “After receiving a report of the missing boys, we went to the village, where our members assisted the community in the search until the boys were found. It seems as if the children were playing at the pit when they apparently fell inside,” he said. He also warned the community not to leave open holes and pits in their surroundings as they could be a danger, not only to children, but also to old people. Meanwhile, a three-year-old boy from Ha Mashau-Bodwe, who went missing while playing with a friend on Saturday, was found alive on Tuesday. It is said that he was found at a mountain, which is far from his home. “What surprises us is that the mountain where he was found was searched before, and he is too young to climb that mountain. We are just happy that he was found still alive,” said Mr Lucky Tshianzi, father of the boy.

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2 31 May 2013 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Sewage continues to trouble residents Home is the place where the heart is - but what if you have a river of raw sewage that flows past that home? This is the predicament of Ms Jowien Williams who stays with her husband and 10-year-old son in Tshikota. According to Jowien, the problem started some two years ago and each time the municipality had fixed the problem, it would just resurface again. “This is giving me a headache because I have no other place that I can call home,” she says. The problem surfaced once more about a month ago and her neighbours are getting very agitated because the bad smell coming from her home is reaching them. “I keep on going to the municipality’s offices in town to report this case, but they are not coming out to clear off this mess and fix the problem,” she complains. She says that she has had

enough of collecting the sewage in buckets and emptying them in the nearby bushes, because each time she does so, the pool of faeces just grows again. One of Williams’s affected neighbours, Ms Takalani Mulovhedzi, says that they can hardly eat any food inside their house as the stench from the sewage is affecting them directly. “Being neighbours to Williams is a pain to us,” she says. “We last saw three men from the municipality who came and looked at the sewage and went away. That was some two months ago.” DA councillor at the Makhado Municipality Mr Itani Sikhwari acknowledged the existence of the problematic sewer at house number 1210 and indicated that he had been reporting the matter to the municipality’s technical director, Mr Thivhonali Ralulimi, for the past year. “Even the director

knows about that family’s bad situation, but nothing is being done,” Sikhwari said. “The open sewage is a health hazard to the affected household and their neighbours.” When contacted for comment, Makhado Municipality’s spokesperson Mr Louis Bobodi said that they would follow up the problem and address it. “But people should contact us when they want help and not go to newspapers,” Bobodi advised. At present, Tshikota is experiencing major problems with the sewerage system. In an old but still existing case, five families continue to live near the trench that was dug by municipal workers to divert the raw sewage from the mainline to the open bushes. The trench was dug late last year. This trench, which is still open, continues to pose danger to little children who play near it when the grown-ups are not around.

The driver of this vehicle was lucky to escape without any injuries when he lost lost control over it. It plunged into the Dzindi River. The accident took place on Monday morning at about 09:00 along the road between Lwamondo and Mapate village. Photo: Frank Mavhungu By Linda van der Westhuizen

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The Soutpansberg Ratepayers Association (SRPA) noted with grave concern the fact that 56 employees of the Makhado Municipality were at the Magistrate’s Court on 21 May in support of a co-worker who was a complainant in a criminal matter. The co-workers were sitting at court in their Makhado Municipality uniforms or overalls, and Makhado Municipality vehicles were used to transport these people to court, with the vehicles parked in the open space in front of the court. “As a ratepayers association, we would like to know whether

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By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Three life sentences for 35-year-old rapist, Eric Rudzani Ndou


Last Thursday, the Louis Trich- thing to remain in a grey area," said ardt Regional Court sentenced a the court. In sentencing Ndou, the 35-year-old Mpheni man to three court declared him unfit to posses a life sentences on three charges of fire-arm and his details were automatirape which happened in the Elim cally entered into the national register area. of sexual offenders. An order declarEric Rudzani Ndou appeared in ing a non-parole period until he has court on three charges of rape. He served 15 years in jail was attached to pleaded guilty to the charges. his three life terms. His sentences will Ndou admitted to raping two wom- run concurrently. Meanwhile, Ndou en aged 18 years old and a 15-year-old still has to face more court cases as he girl in the Elim area on 16 June 2011, is also charged with sexual offences 17 December 2011 and 1 January allegedly committed in Mamelodi and 2012 respectively. In mitigation, the Villieria in Gauteng. accused indicated that he was a first offender, a taxi driver, and that he was married and had two children, aged 10 and 15. “I am remorseful,” said Ndou. The state prosecutor, however, argued that Ndou had only pleaded guilty because he realised he had been linked to all three charges after DNA tests were done. “Rape is considered by society as the most heinous of crimes and the victims in this case may suffer psychological harm for the rest of their lives,” said the prosecutor. The court said it was Eric Rudzani Ndou not understandable why was sentenced to three Ndou chose not to ex- life sentences. plain the details on his rape charges, such as Right: Eric Rudzani how and the reasons Ndou said he felt Ndou ponders his impending sentencing at the Louis Trichardt Regional why he raped the vic- remorseful about his Court last Thursday. tims. "You left every- crimes.


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By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

No bail for taxi driver murder suspect

ANC Vhembe put under administration

The three suspects in the murder case of taxi driver Ndivhoniswani Mukosi, who was shot dead in Murunwa in March, appeared in the Dzanani Magistrate’s Court last Friday. The accused are Mulalo Manngo (30), Ndivhuwo Mutavhatsindi (26) and Khathutshelo Raedani (24). Mukosi was apparently driving along the Witvlag road when unknown gunmen approached him and shot him several times. His taxi was robbed in the incident.

The political future of the chairperson of the ANC Vhembe region and executive mayor of the Vhembe District Municipality, Cllr Tshitereke Matibe, hangs in the balance, following the decision by the provincial task team (PTT) to place the Vhembe region under PTT administration. The ANC provincial task team in Limpopo has disbanded the Sekhukhune, Peter Mokaba and Mopani regions. said the party on Tuesday. The other two regions, Vhembe and Waterberg, would be placed under PTT administration. This means its leaders would be under the close supervision of the team, said the spokesperson for the PTT, Mr Sello Lediga, in a media statement. He said the move was part of the decisions taken by branches during the consultations in January that

Taxi drivers and owners around the Nzhelele area, who arrived by taxi, stood outside the court gates, only to be met by officials from the court who told them the case had been postponed once more. The wellbehaved crowd, who were singing at the gates, did not move after learning of the postponement from other people, but waited patiently to be addressed by their leaders. The crowd had come to oppose bail during an application. The Dzanani 1 Taxi Association Ring Controller, Albert

Makhavhu, said they were satisfied with the way the case had been handled. He thanked the police for the speedy arrest of the suspects, but expressed worry about the postponement. "These postponements are costing us a lot and I suspect that they are meant to weaken us. We won't give up, even if it takes a long time. We would like to see justice done and the suspects rotting where they belong," he said. The case was postponed to 2 July for a bail application.

recommended the disbandment. “It is the best interest of the organization to disband the three regions in order to create an environment in which the ANC can begin to rebuild its structures. The investigation focused on allegations of mismanagement of party affairs and institutionalized factions. The disbanded structures were accused of running parallel structures and preventing members from participating in the process before the ANC’s Mangaung conference,” said Lediga. He added that this was going to impact on the party's plans to rebuild the ANC and a regional task team will be announced very soon. Mopani was led by Joshua Matlou, Peter Mokaba by Lawrence Mapaulo and Sekhukhune by David Mogabe. Lediga added that the ANC would not take a decision on the future of the

executive mayors at this stage. In March, the Limpopo PEC, chaired by Premier Cassel Mathale, was dissolved after the decision taken by the ANC’s national executive committee. Matibe was elected ANC Vhembe Region chairperson last year in May after defeating the former chairperson, Philemon Falaza Mdaka, during the regional conference. Meanwhile, the secretary of the ANC Vhembe Region, Mr Khathu Netshifhefhe, rejected claims that the Vhembe region has been placed under close administration of the PTT, despite the media statement from the Limpopo PTT. “We will have full powers, operating normally as mandated by the constitution. We are committed to work to unite the party towards the provincial election scheduled for December this year,” said Netshifhefhe.

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6 31 May 2013 Achievement

By Anton van Zyl

Back to square one for Ronnie Rambau Limpopo papers scoop up awards Ronnie Rambau, suspended regional magistrate, needs to start afresh with his civil claim against several parties which include the Minister of Police and the National Director of Public Prosecutions. Last week Zoutnet, publishers of the Limpopo Mirror and Zoutpansberger newspapers, successfully applied to the North Gauteng High Court to have the bulk of the claims against them struck off. Rambau, together with his co-accused, attorney Tivoneleni Edmond Lubisi and ex-state prosecutor Estene Willemse, are currently facing corruption charges in the Musina Magistrate's Court for allegedly trying to influence the outcome of court cases. Rambau was also accused of compiling a “hit list” and conspiring to have several people, which include state prosecutors and policemen, killed. Following the withdrawal of charges in this case, Rambau opted to sue the police and public protector, stating that he was wrongfully arrested and prosecuted. In the papers, the arrest is described as malicious and without reasonable or

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probable cause. Rambau’s legal team argued that, through these actions, he had been deprived of the preservation of his status as a senior magistrate and suffered physical and psychological trauma whilst in jail. He claims just over R21 million in damages from the parties Almost as an afterthought, Rambau also sued the Zoutpansberger, Limpopo Mirror and Isabel Venter for defamation. Some of the articles focussing on Rambau’s court appearances were written by Venter. In this case, he demanded R20 million because his reputation was tarnished. Zoutnet’s legal team opted not to file a plea defending them against all Rambau’s allegations. They argued that in the majority of cases the arguments were either so vague or incoherent that it would have been impossible to formulate an answer. Advocate Christiaan Bester, on behalf of Zoutnet, argued that the paragraphs where the “media defendants” are mentioned, should be scrapped as they are either not compliant with the various court rules or simply make no sense. The application for an exception was filed and the case was scheduled to be heard on 13 March this year. On the specific day, Rambau’s legal representative said he was not ready to argue the case. Judge Mmonoa Teffo criticised him and said it was his responsibility to have documents in order and file them timeously. The judge then punished him with a cost order on an attorney-toclient basis. The exception application was then postponed to 22 May. On Tuesday (21st) Zoutnet’s legal team was informed that Rambau will not oppose the application. Rambau's attorney undertook to remove the paragraphs and re-compile the particulars of the claim. Judge AJ Janse van Nieuwenhuizen presided over the case and made it a ruling of the court. He also ordered Rambau to pay the costs relating to the case to Zoutnet. Rambau’s legal team must now decide whether they want to include the media in their claim once again.

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Tshikhala tsha u didzhenisa kha hezwi: Vha MbeuYashu vha ramba vha re na dzangalelo na u kwamea u swikisa maambiwa kana vhupfiwa havho nga ha thandela heyi nga la kana hu sa athu u swika 12 Fulwi 2013. Kha vha kwamane na vha ofisi ya zwa vhudavhidzani na tshitshavha uri vha wane Bammbiri la Tsumba Vhubvamafhungo lo no di rumelwaho kha vha re na dzangalelo na u kwamea vho no di nwalisaho. U itela u wana zwinwe zwinzhi kha vha kwamane na: Carien Joubert or Lizinda Dickson, Naledi Development, PO Box 13509, Sinoville, 0129. Tel: 012 543 9093 & Fax: 0862361672, Email:

Limpopo-based newspapers once again did exceptionally well during the third annual MDDA/ Sanlam Local Media Awards. This prestigious awards ceremony took place at the Birchwood Hotel & OR Tambo Conference Centre in Johannesburg on Friday, 24 May, and serves as platform where excellence in grassroots and local media is promoted, with more than 500 entries received in the newspaper categories. ThePolokwane Observer once again scooped up the prestigious Hultzer trophy as the best corporateowned paid-for newspaper with a circulation below 10 000 per week, with the judges remarking that this publication could hold its own against betterresourced publications that enjoy national support. Two other Polokwane publications also received top honours in the newspaper awards category, with The Eye News walking away with the title of best front page in the Community/Grassroots Media category and Titimuleni Nthavela winning the front page category in the Independent Emerging Newspaper (two to five years) category. The Eye News was also runner-up in the Best Newspaper category for Community/Grassroots Media. Photographer Herman Steyn of The Post (Die Pos) in Bela-Bela also did his province proud when he walked away with the coveted Press Photographer of the Year award. Not only did he take top honours in this category, he also scooped up the best news photographer and best features and portraits photographer categories. The award ceremony coincided with the annual national seminar and annual general meeting (AGM) of the Forum of Community Journalists (FCJ). The seminar was attended by about 90 delegates from across SouthAfrica, with Mr Mzilikaze wa Afrika and attorney Willem de Klerk as keynote speakers. Wa Afrika is an award-winning investigative journalist working for the Sunday Times's investigative unit and is probably best know for his arrest in August 2010 on charges of fraud and defeating the ends of justice, which escalated the debate in South Africa about media freedom in light of the proposed Media Appeals Tribunal and Protection of Information Act. He was later released and all charges against him dropped with an apoligy from the Minister of Police. His presentation entitled Journalists under Seige – We are our own worst enemies gave journalists a lot to think about re-

garding how they report on acts of intimidation against them with reference to the large number of journalists being killed in the line of duty. Wa Afrika mentioned that according to the Committee to Protect Journalists, 70 journalists were reported killed around the world during 2012, of which 15 were from Africa. “And the carnage hasn’t stopped as the monotonous killings of our colleagues continue unchallenged ... This year alone (this is the fifth month of year), already 19 journalists were killed and 11 other scribes were also slaughtered and the motive for their deaths is not yet confirmed. Again politicians are suspected to be behind these murders,” Wa Afrika said. De Klerk, who specializes in media law, in turn gave an informative presentation on newspapers that use social media platforms to market their publications and to encourage readers to communicate their thoughts on articles more freely. His focus was on where to draw the line when it comes to possible defamatory comments posted by readers and the legal consequences this holds for publications. The national seminar was followed by the FCJ’s AGM. During the AGM, the news editor of the Zoutpansberger, Andries van Zyl, was elected as national chairperson of the FCJ. He was also re-elected as provincial chairperson of the FCJ for Limpopo.

The new chairperson of the Forum of Community Journalists, Mr Andries van Zyl

NOTICE OF THE DMR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (ACCEPTANCE) OF MINING RIGHT APPLICATIONS MOPANE PROJECT Applications and Applicants: Coal of Africa Limited (“CoAL’’) and Rothe Investments (Pty) Ltd (“Rothe”), joint owners MbeuYashu advise that application has been made and acknowledged (administrative acceptance) by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) for a mining right for the Mopane Project. The Mopane Project comprises the properties listed below and application for a Mining Right has been made for each of the group of properties (held per Prospecting Right). It is envisaged that these rights will be transferred and consolidated in terms of section 11 and 102 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002 (Act no. 28 of 2002) (“MPRDA”) into a single Mining Right for the Mopane Project. Location: The Mopane Project is situated 40 km (direct) 63km (via road) north of the town Makhado and 7 km west of Mopane in the Musina and Makhado Local Municipal areas, Vhembe District, Limpopo. Notice is hereby given of Mining Right Applications submitted and acknowledged (accepted) in terms of the MPRDA and the public participation process to be embarked on. Property Description: PROSPECTING COMPANY FARM PORTIONS RIGHT LP30/5/1/2/2/10035MR Regulus Investment Mons 557MS All Holdings (Pty) Ltd) Stubbs 558MS All LP30/5/1/2/2/10034MR Coal of Africa Limited Ancaster 501MS All Cavan 508MS All Cohen 591MS All Jutland 536MS All LP30/5/1/2/2/10033MR Coal of Africa Limited Voorburg 503MS All LP30/5/1/2/2/10029MR Kwezi Mining Bierman 559MS All Exploration (Pty) Ltd Du Toit 563MS RE Faure 562MS All Hermanus 533MS All Otto 560MS RE (Now Honeymoon)

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8 31 May 2013 By Elmon Tshikhudo

By Elmon Tshikhudo

Vegetable seedlings donated so disadvantaged children will not go hungry Disadvantaged children who are being cared for by Munna Ndi Nnyi Men’s Forum (Who is the Real Man) a non-profit organization championing the rights of women and children, will never go hungry. This is after a well-known local nursery, Khumbe Nursery, owned by well-known agriculturalist Mr Eziel Thenga and his partner Mr Samson Ramulifho, donated thousands of vegetable seedlings to them. On Friday, the nursery brought a bakkie load of seedlings, which were to be planted on a piece of land that was being prepared at the organization’s new premises. They were received by the

local traditional leader, Vhamusanda Vho Funanani Nelwamondo, who in turn handed them to Munna Ndi Nnyi’s chairperson Mr Bardwell Mufunwaini. In handing over the seedlings, Mr Samson Ramulifho, one of the directors of the company, said they were touched to learn that a field had been prepared at the offices but there were no seedlings for planting. He said the first thing that came to his mind was a hungry child going to bed on an empty stomach. “Children are the future of this country. We should all do what we can to see that they grow up to be responsible people. Who knows, some of

these children could leaders, presidents and other influential people. After all, we are a company that cares for the community in which we operate.” Vhamusanda Vho Funanani Nelwamondo hailed Khumbe Nursery, saying they were not only there to make profit but to develop and care for the people. Mr Mufunwaini could not hide his excitement and gratitude. “We are very grateful to have such a company around that cares about the needs of the children. Vegetables are good for the health of the children and if we have them here, we will save a lot of money as we would not be buying anymore,” he said.

Rewards for hardworking Dzindi farmers Small-scale farmers at the Dzindi Irrigation Scheme outside Thohoyandou received their hard-earned prizes during a ceremony last Thursday. This was during the prize-giving ceremony of a competition meant to promote productivity and participation. The competition was started two years ago by a local agricultural technician, Mr Calvin Netshithuthuni, and is growing by leaps and bounds as more entries were received this year. All four blocks at Dzindi participated. Winners took home farming tools like sprays, seeds

and money vouchers. The overall winner took home a 50litre spray, 10kg maize seeds, a R2 000 voucher, a certificate and a medal. The competition was sponsored by the NTK and Sakata Seeds. Netshithuthuni said he was satisfied that the competition was reaching its goals. “When we started, our main aim was to encourage productivity at the different plots. We can proudly say that it is now happening and many of the big shops will bear testimony that the majority of the produce they

are selling comes from our area.” He is still worried that many young people are not participating in farming. “We are still making a call and urging them to join to ensure food security in our country,” said Netshithuthuni. One of the winners, Mr George Matshingane, said the competition was changing the face of farming in the area. “Many of us farmers were on the brink of despair. We had lost hope that we could not continue farming, but since the start of the competition, we have started all over again,” he said.

A happy farmer, Mr George Matshingane (second from left), receives his prize from the sponsor, Mr Johan Groenewald of NTK (left). Assisting in the handover is Mr Calvin Netshithuthuni (third from left) and Thulamela agricultural official Mr Andries Mulambilu (right). Entertainment

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Top pupils attend national career expo Top students from rural Limpopo schools met the Minister of Public Enterprise, Mr Malusi Gigaba, during the national career expo that was recently held at the Gordon Institute of Business Science in Sandton. The tour was sponsored by De Beers Venetia Mine and aims to expose talented and hardworking learners from rural Limpopo to career opportunities, tertiary institutions, and bursary-andscholarship schemes. The tour consisted of the top achievers in mathematics and science in Grade 11 and Grade 12, who were accompanied by a teacher from each of the nine

schools. These schools included Alldays Combined School, Mabotha Secondary School, Mahadikana High School, Masoka Secondary School, MathipaMakgato High School, Nakedi High School, Thokampe Secondary School, Eric Louw High School and Musina High School, all of whom fall within the labour-sending area of Venetia Mine. For the majority of the group, this was their first visit to Sandton and their first interaction with prospective universities and colleges. Kamogelo Boloko from Masoka Secondary School said, “This trip has inspired me. Hear-

ing the Minister of Public Enterprise say that ‘our tomorrow is what we are building today’ has filled me with a sense of hope. I am now determined to work to the best of my ability, so that I can also achieve my dreams.” In a thank you note addressed to Venetia Mine, another learner wrote, “To be one of the learners embarking on this trip was an honour and an enormous privilege. This was not just a tour, it was a stepping stone to something greater. I feel blessed to have been given the opportunity Some of the teachers from Limpopo schools meet the Minister of Public Enterprise, Malusi to meet the general manager of Gigaba, during the Expo. De Beers Venetia Mine and the Minister of Public Enterprise.”


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10 31 May 2013 By Elmon Tshikhudo

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Donation of equipment to nurse turned farmer Women’s forum oppose bail in murder case A retired nurse of Mabayeni, project. “We have also been sup- spinach. “We hope to start plantMs Evangeline Mashele, who owns a big agricultural scheme that is supplying products to her community, received a big boost when the Thualmela municipality gave assistance to the project to the value of R58 000. Thulamela Mayor Grace Mahosi presented her with pipes, fertiliser and tools during a recent visit to the Peniel Mashele Farm. Mashele retired as a nurse in 2007 to take up full-scale farming. Mahosi praised Ma­ she­l e for helping the government in establishing food security. “We will keep coming to the project because we feel that, with support, the project will be able to help local communities,” said Mahosi. Mashele and her project are also receiving the full support of the department of agriculture. Mr Thomas Mthombeni, an agricultural officer, said the department had donated a tractor to the

porting the project technically for some time.” Mashele said the farm was acquired by her late husband husband in 1976. “My husband died in 1994, while my son Peniel died in a car accident in 1998. I decided to name the project after my son because he was working towards development and liked farming.” Mashele and her three employees plant tomatoes, cabbages, and

ing sweet potatoes too,” she said. She said she decided to take up farming because she wanted to be distracted from thinking about her dead husband and her son. Peniel was a national leader who led the South African Students Congress and was its Transvaal chairperson when he died in a car accident in 1998. “I have taken a cue from my son to work hard and, while working in my field, I feel much younger,”she said.

Mayor Grace Mahosi is seen planting some seedlings she had brought to the farm.

A large number of women picketed outside the Louis Trichardt Magistrate’s Court on Friday, to oppose a bail application by Themba Sikosana (27), who stands accused of killing the 21-year-old Aluwani Phale. A fortnight ago, the young woman’s lifeless body was discovered with a wound to the head in a swimming pool at the residential area of the Makhado Air Force base, locally known as Braambos. The police’s investigations led to the arrest of her boyfriend, Sikosana, who was last seen with the deceased. Themba is not an employee of the South African National Defence Force and is said to have visited his older brother at Braambos. The chairperson of the Madombidzha-Tshiozwi Women’s Forum, Ms Elisa Tambani, said they would oppose bail by all means. “We have had enough of endless, brutal and senseless murders within our communities,” she added. “Our young ones do not deserve to die like rats.” The chairperson of Tshilwavhusiku Community Policing Forum, Mr John Sadiki, told Limpopo Mirror that he had joined the women’s forum’s peaceful march to raise his voice that the

killer should not be given bail. “We decided to march to showcase to society that we say no to the killing of women. We went there to make a statement that all killers belong in prison, but we abide by the law, which dictates that one remains innocent until proven otherwise by a court of law,” he added. The case was postponed to 5 June. The result of the post mortem examination will then be made available.

Themba Sikosana in court.


Four suspected house robbers arrested Clever police work by the Tshilwavhusiku SAPS led to the arrest of four suspects who are alleged to have terrorised the communities of Thohoyandou, Tshitale, Waterval, Musina and Makhado (Louis Trichardt). According to information supplied by the police, these four suspects specifically steal plasma televisions by breaking into homes. Last Tuesday (14th), the Tshilwavhusiku police were busy investigating a house burglary at Madabani village when they noticed footprints on the crime scene. These prints were lifted, after which they were followed, leading the police to two suspects who were watching the

crime scene among a group of spectators. With the help of the community, the police were able to arrest one of the suspects, while the other suspect escaped. The arrested suspect then allegedly confessed to the police and gave up his fellow suspects. One was a Zimbabwean woman who, according to police information, collects the goods and then smuggles them over the border. A trap was set to catch this woman, and she was arrested when she came to pick up the stolen goods near Wylliespoort. The community also helped the police and soon afterwards the second suspect, the one who had escaped, was apprehended. All four suspects, said provin-

cial spokesperson Lt Col Ronel Otto, were linked to 12 open cases in the Tshilwavhusiku area and a further 15 open cases in the Mphephu-area. Kudzanie Sandi (26), Lovemore Chauke (26), Monalisa Maunze and Ngorima Nyashi (23) all appeared in the Tshilwavhusiku Magistrate’s Court on Thursday (16th) where they were charged with 28 cases of housebreaking. Their case was postponed until 3 June for further investigation. They will remain in custody until then. Col Otto thanked the community for the unyielding effort and support that they gave the Tshilwavhusiku police, which ultimately led to the suspects’ arrest.

Women picket outside the court to oppose bail. Letter

“Thanks for supporting Samango conservation”


would like to thank the Vhembe community again for being so supportive of my samango monkey conservation efforts. The sticker campaign, sponsored by Leach Printers, was a great success and the revenues and donations will be used to print more stickers and design and print information brochures about samango monkeys. I have seen samango stickers on many vehicles in the area.

I am, however, sad to have to inform people that since the sticker campaign started, another two dead samango monkeys were found on the Thohoyandou/Makhado (Louis Trichardt) road and I do ask people to be alert when driving on this particular road. I would especially like to thank those individuals who informed me immediately about monkeys killed on the road. If

you have samango monkeys in your area or on your property, if you see a samango crossing a road or if you find a dead samango, please do contact me at birthe.linden@univen., or by phone on 071 105 8117. You can also send me a ‘please call me’ SMS and I will contact you. - Birthe Linden



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OPENBARE KENNISGEWING VOORGESTELDE VERHOGING VAN BESTAANDE EN VASSTELLING VAN NUWE TARIEWE INGEVOLGE DIE ORDONNANSIE OP DORPSBEPLANNING EN DORPE, 1986 (ORDONNANSIE 15 VAN 1986) EN DIE ORDONNANSIE OP PLAASLIKE BESTUUR, 1939 (ORDONNANSIE 17 VAN 1939) Kennis word hiermee gegee ingevolge die bepalings van artikel 136(a) en (b) van die Ordonnansie op Dorpsbeplanning en Dorpe, 1986 (Ordonnansie 15 van 1986) , saamgelees met die bepalings van artikel 80B (1)(a), (b) en (c) van die Ordonnansie op Plaaslike Bestuur, 1939 (Ordonnansie 17 van 1939) asook Raadsbesluit A. dat Makhado Plaaslike Munisipaliteit van voorneme is om tariewe te verhoog en nuwe tariewe vas te stel vir die Stadsbeplanning Afdeling van die Departement Ontwikkelings Beplanning. Besonderhede van die voorgestelde tariewe lê oop vir inspeksie gedurende gewone kantoorure vanaf 07h00 tot 13h00 en 14h00 tot 16h00 gedurende Maandag tot Vrydag van die week by die Kantoor van die Direkteur van Ontwikkelings Beplanning, Kamer C001, Eerste Vloer, Burgersentrum, Kroghstraat 83, Makhado, asook by die Stadsbeplannings Afdeling se Kantoor, Eerste Vloer, Noorsentrum, h/v Songozwi en Munnikstraat, Makhado, asook by die Munisipale Streekskantore te Dzanani, Vuwani en Waterval vir ‘n tydperk van veertien (14) dae vanaf die datum van hierdie kennisgewing se publikasie. Enige persoon / verteenwoordiger wat beswaar teen die voorgestelde verhoging van bestaande en vasstelling van nuwe tariewe wil maak moet dit skriftelik rig aan die Munisipale Bestuurder, Privaatsak X2596, Makhado, 0920 om die Munisipale Bestuurder te bereik binne veertien (14) dae vanaf die datum van hierdie kennisgewing se publikasie. Persone wie nie kan skryf kan gedurende gewone kantoorure (07h00 tot 13h00 en 14h00 tot 16h00) by die Direkteur Ontwikkelings Beplanning, Kamer C001, Eerste Vloer, Burgersentrum, Kroghstraat 83, Makhado, of by die Stadsbeplannings Afdeling se kantoor, Eerste Vloer, Noorsentrum, h/v Songozwi en Munnikstraat, Makhado aanmeld gedurende die veertien dae tydperk bereken vanaf die datum van hierdie kennisgewing se publikasie waar besware/kommentare/vertoë transkribeer sal word. Burgersentrum Kroghstraat 83 Makhado MNR I.P. MUTSHINYALI MUNISIPALE BESTUURDER

PUBLIC NOTICE PROPOSED INCREASE OF EXISTING AND DETERMINATION OF NEW FEES IN TERMS OF THE TOWN- PLANNING AND TOWNSHIPS ORDINANCE, 1986 (ORDINANCE 15 OF 1986) AND THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ORDINANCE, 1939 (ORDINANCE 17 OF 1939) Notice is hereby given in terms of the provisions of Section 136 (a) and (b) of the Town- planning and Townships Ordinance, 1986 (Ordinance 15 of 1986) read together with the provisions of Section 80B (1) (a), (b) and (c) of the Local Government Ordinance, 1939 (Ordinance 17 of 1939) and Council Resolution A. that Makhado Local Municipality intends to increase and determine new fees for its TownPlanning Section under the Department of Development Planning. Particulars of the proposed increase of existing and determination of new tariffs will lie for inspection during normal office hours from 07h00 to 13h00 and 14h00 to 16h00 on Monday to Friday of the week at the Office of the Director Development Planning, Room C001, First Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado, and at the Town Planning Office, First Floor, Noor Center, Corner Songozwi and Munnik Street, Makhado as well as at the Municipal Regional Offices at Dzanani, Waterval and Vuwani, for a period of fourteen (14) days calculated from the date of publication of this Notice. Any person/representative who desires to object against the proposed increase of existing and determination of new tariffs must do so in writing to the Municipal Manager, Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 within fourteen days calculated from the date of the publication of this Notice. Any person who cannot write can come to the Director Development Planning at Room Number C001, First Floor, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado or to the Town- Planning Office, First Floor, Noor Center, c/o Songozwi and Munnik Street, Makhado during normal office hours from 07h00 to 13h00 and 14h00 to 16h00 on Monday to Friday of the week in the period of fourteen (14) days after the date of publication of this Notice where objections/comments or representations will be transcribed. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado MR I.P. MUTSHINYALI MUNICIPAL MANAGER


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Vhembe celebrates Africa Day with music

Residents have volunteered to fix the damaged road from Tshilamba via Khunguni to the Guyuni road. The spokesperson for the Vhembe District Municipality, Mr Matodzi Ralushai, said that the road was assessed and found to be part of the disaster classified road, after the heavy rains and floods early this year. “We are waiting for the funds from the national department of transport to start fixing the road damaged by the heavy rains. Many dusty and potholed roads in the district need to be fixed and rebuilt,” said Ralushai.

People from different areas of Vhembe, as well as musicians, flooded Matopo Lake Gardens at Tsianda to celebrate Africa Day with music on Saturday. The event started at 12:00, with a line-up of young and up-and-coming singers who mesmerised the crowd with raw sounds and lyrics. The main performances took up in the early hours of the evening, with seasoned artists and emerging singers such as Whitey Dama, Marcus Mundalamo, Tshigombodza, Ras Mulweli, Mashudu Nematoka, Malondolo, BlackJahman and poet Bornwise performing. One of the artists, Vanessa “Vanempha” Mphanama, said that she was proud of being an African woman and added that participating in an event of that nature only helped to affirm her belonging in the continent. “I call upon all Africans to have peace and love among themselves in our countries,” Vanempha spoke. “As recording artists, we say no to tribal wars and mediocrity in African states!” Her debut full-length album, Untold Story, has just been released. She is a new voice in the Afro-genre. Phala Phala FM’s executive producer for programmes, Ms Paula Mathonsi, indicated that the station was happy to be part of the celebration where they had an opportunity to interact and socialise with the listeners. “Phala Phala FM celebrates Africa Day because it is our mandate to promote heritage and culture,” Mathonsi stated. “In celebration of the day, unity is encouraged at all times.”

Vanempha calls for peace and love in Africa.

Hundreds of Grade 10 to 12 pupils from various schools from Vhembe attended a career exhibition, organised by a Gauteng-based company, Science Tube. The emphasis of the exhibition was careers Photographed during the Africa Day celebration are (from left to right) BlackJahman, Iris in science, mathematics and technology. In our photo, Executive Mayor Tshitereke Matibe interacts Mathambo, Vanempha, Olivia Mathambo, Marcus Mundalamo, Rotenda Mangema (Phala Phala with some of the pupils at the event. It took place in Thohoyandou’s town hall. FM), Rasfinger and Dzomolavenda.



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12 31 May 2013 Notice

Youth festival A youth and culture festival will be held at HaMphaila Village on 17 June. According to the organizers, the festival’s aim is to promote South African traditions, culture and heritage among the youth across the country. During the event, Youth Day will be celebrated and the organizers will also highlight the day as a day of “harmony in a multi-cultural South Africa”. It is expected that the festival will be attended by local traditional leaders, cultural youth groups, businesspeople as well as local and provincial government representatives. Some of the activities of the day include live performances with Tshivenda cultural music and dances, food stalls, travel and tourism promotion stalls, exhibitions of Tshivenda arts and crafts, photographs and paintings and several fun and entertainment activities. For more information, phone the festival coordinator, Mr Vusani Mulaudzi at 073 423 9083 or 072 662 8892. Crime

Jailed for killing neighbour’s donkey A 57-year-old Beit Bridge villager was sentenced to three months in jail for killing his neighbour’s donkey, which had strayed into his fields. Simon Sithole of Rupawangwana village outside Beit Bridge was convicted on his own plea of guilty when he appeared before Magistrate Tinashe Langton Nokera. He was sentenced to six months in jail, of which three months were suspended on condition he makes restitution to the owner, Mr Samuel Chudu. The court stated that the value of the donkey was US$100. Sithole promised to compensate the complainant, but on condition that Chudu pay him for the loss of his crop. It was testified that, on 20 March, Sithole drove three donkeys belonging to Chudu of a neighbouring village from his field to the complainant’s homestead while holding an axe. On arrival at the homestead, Sithole asked the complainant whether the animals belonged to him and he confirmed that they were his. Sithole then drove the donkeys into the kraal and struck two donkeys with the axe, killing one instantly. Chudu made a report to the police and Sithole was arrested. By Mashudu Netsianda

Border situation improves The movement of both human and vehicular traffic at the Beit Bridge border post has improved tremendously on the South African side in the last few days, following a review of operational strategies by the country’s home affairs department. The latest development follows a recent meeting between the Zimbabwean and South African border authorities. The meeting was held on Wednesday, following an outcry over the delays and congestion encountered by travellers on the South African side of the border. In the last two weeks, the situation at the border post had turned chaotic as South African immigration authorities were failing to cope with an increased volume of travellers. Zimbabwean travellers and those from neighbouring countries such as Malawi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Zambia were affected the worst. Zimbabwe’s assistant regional immigration manager in charge of Beit Bridge Border Post, Mr Charles Gwede, told Limpopo Mirror: “We had a very fruitful meeting last Wednesday with our South African counterparts where we sought to address the problem of delays in the movement of traffic between our borders. They indicated to us that they had challenges regarding their staffing issues as some of their officials were attending an in-house training programme. Theyassured us, however, that they had introduced a number of changes in their operations, so that they are aligned with movement trends at the border posts,” he said. He said that during the meeting it was agreed that both Zimbabwe and South Africa would review their strategies constantly.



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By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Half-way home opens for ex-offenders Lehae la Batho Halfway House at Tsianda, near Thohoyandou, has opened its doors to ex-offenders who either have nowhere to call home or are ostracised by their families or communities. The centre is the brainchild of New Life After Prison, an organisation which started off by helping ex-offenders with starterpack equipment to start working for themselves in Mpumalanga, North West and Limpopo, before extending its arms to encompass ex-convicts countrywide. “Some prisoners find themselves rejected by families or communities after doing time,” the centre’s manager, Mr Michael Makhuvha, says. “When the time for them to be paroled comes, you’ll find that there’s no relative to sign for their release because they are not wanted anymore. So, that’s where we come in.” Makhuvha says that the halfway house’s mission is to provide the best service between society

and offenders by promoting a crime-free country, starting from the mindset of the crime-doers. “This kind of an after-prison house is a way to break the circle of crime and recidivism,” he declares. New Life After Prison houses the ex-offenders at Lehae la Batho until their problems have been finally resolved. Makhuvha is quick to add that the centre is not like a prison environment with restrictions on daily movement. “These people are free now and they can look for work,” he said. David Matshidze (46) was arrested for armed robbery and murder which he committed in 1993. He and three co-accused were sentenced to death. “My sentence was converted to an effective 32 years in 1995,” he remembers. Unfortunately for David, by the time he got out of prison in 2011, his family members had passed on already and his wife had returned to her province

with their two children. So David was greeted by an empty house which was already in a state of desolation. He maintains that he is remorseful for the crimes that had him locked up in prison for 18 years. “In prison I tried to apply a positive attitude and started learning electrician skills and plumbing,” he states. “But with all my expertise, on my release I found myself stranded and without a job. It was because I had no tools or machines to start doing my job. All my people died when I was in jail. Now I was out of jail, but it felt like I was still in prison. The pain was too much to bear.” David has found a ray of hope after coming to live at Lehae la Batho, where he is also chief chef. “It’s amazing how life works, you know,” he tells. “After consulting with New Life After Prison and finding a home in the halfway house, I started to relieve the stress and soon I could Vho-Michael Makhuvha (left) is photographed with some of the residents in the centre, Vhosee my purpose of living again.” Ngoako Shai, Vho-Vitus Manwadu and Vho-David Matshidze.


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14 31 May 2013 By Elmon Tshikhudo

This stokvel may not be your friend

The founder of the stokvel, Rhulani “King” Muzido Nkuzana, who says people misunderstood the terms of the stokvel.

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Some of the stokvel members demonstrated outside the offices, demanding their money back.

With the number of get-richquick schemes currently operational in the country, many people are wary of losing their hard-earned money to fraudsters. They start doubting the integrity of persons running the more common stokvels and some are even hesitant to trust the more established institutions with their money. Thohoyandou has not been spared and even here several of the schemes have people worrying. One such scheme is the Friends of Friends Stokvel that has allegedly attracted a large number of “investors”. These investors are now worried that they may have lost all their money The stokvel makes a number of very attractive promises in its advertising brochures. For an investment of R30 per month, you receive R15 000 on your birthday, a death benefit of R10 000, R2 000 maternity benefit and an unspecified amount that goes towards a study bursary for children. There is a waiting period of four months before you may claim any of the benefits. One of the investors who feels that things may not be so wonderful is Daphney Mmbulungeni of Ha Mphego. She was supposed to have received her pay-out in February, but not much has hap-

pened. Daphney told the Mirror that she believed the scheme to be the answer to her financial woes. This mother of three children, who is a tailor, said agents from the scheme, who were in the company of a pastor, approached her at her workplace and encouraged her to join. “Some of my colleagues refused, saying they were tired of being robbed of their hardearned money by dubious pyramid schemes. As someone who believes in God, the mere fact that a pastor who also prayed for us was part of the scheme, was reason enough for me to believe that the stokvel was genuine and I joined on the spot,”she said. She said many joined and also joined for their relatives. They have been paying their monthly subscriptions since October last year. “(In February) a group of us who were born in February went to the offices, which are based in one prominent doctor’s building in Thohoyandou, for our payout, but we were told that our money would be transferred to our accounts on our respective birth dates. We waited and waited, but no money was deposited and that was when we started panicking and suspected that we were robbed,” she said. She said when they approached the office, the owners of the

stokvel changed their story and told them that they should submit business plans and they would be given R5 000 assistance to start their own businesses. “This surprised us as we had no agreement to that effect and most of us are already in business and we did not have to make new business plans. The amount offered was also too little, compared to what was promised,” she said. She said some of them submitted business plans, but they were still not paid. According to Daphney, some members who invested in the scheme eventually became frustrated with the stories and took office furniture and other equipment. The stokvel owners did not bother to report it to the police. The owner of the stokvel, Rhulani “King “ Mzido Nkuzana, said it was only a matter of a misunderstanding among the members. “We are busy paying our members, but there are some who joined without having understood the contract. It is not true that we have reneged on the payments,” he said. “We are not dishing out money to anybody, but we are assisting people to start up their own businesses,”said Nkuzana. He admitted to having a challenge regarding funds but said they would continue to serve the community.

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The Vhembe District Municipality is at present on a mission to visit different tribal councils in the region. Recently, members of the district municipality visited the Rammbuda Traditional Authority at Dzimauli as part of a public participation programme (imbizo). In our photograph, Executive Mayor Tshitereke Matibe poses with Thovhele Azwihangwisi Rammbuda, traditional leaders within the jurisdiction of Ha-Rammbuda and district councilors. Photo: Silas Nduvheni

The executive secretary of Makhado's mayor, Ms Rosemary Phaweni (second from left), was ordained on Sunday as a junior pastor for Waterval’s True Life Christian Church. Phaweni is being congratulated by Mayor David Mutavhatsindi (middle) while the Speaker, Cllr Lindiwe Mogale (left), Senior Pastor Makhanani Ringani (second from right) and Pastor Samson Ringani (right) are looking on. Photo supplied.

The Vhembe District Municipality took 13 product owners to the international tourism indaba held earlier this month at the Chief Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban. The MEC for Economic Development, Environment and Tourism, Ms Pinkie Kekana, Cllr Themba of Vhembe and the manager for planning and development, Mr Midas Mudau, were photographed at the stall of the Vhembe district.

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South Africa. He said that his mission was to donate holidays to 400 pastors by 2048. Mureri said that so far he had already donated holidays to 60 pastors. According to him, the donation is part of the social responsibility programme of his company and Reri’s has already funded different community projects in the past. It is their responsibility to empower and develop the community that supported them, he added. “As a company, it is our responsibility to give back the little we gained from the community,” said Mureri. “Today we are fulfilling our promise, because it is our policy to pay back the public. We hope our partnership with different churches will continue to bear fruit. Our aim is to improve the lives of indigent community

members as they are playing a major role in the development of our business.” Mureri challenged other businesses to play a leading role in the development of the communities they serve. “We are confident that our donation will encourage other businesses to put more effort into community development. The people on the ground need our assistance in terms of nation building,” Mureri added. “We feel very proud and honoured to see the local businesses are supporting us,” said Dr Masakona. He prayed that God would bless Mureri and his company. Reris also donated a holiday to Pastor Ntuwiseni Muhovha of the Vineyard Mission Church Centre at Ha-Raliphaswa. He received accommodation in a five-star hotel at Magaliesburg.

The CEO of Reri´s Insurance Brokers, Mr David Mureri, and his wife, Gloria, photographed during the visit to Calvary Christian Church.

The CEO of Reri´s Insurance Brokers, Mr David Mureri, hands over an accommodation letter to Pastor Ntuseni Muhovha of the Vineyard Mission Centre.

The secretary of Mr David Mureri of Reri’s Insurance Brokers, Mrs Jeaneth Nemauluma, introduces Mr David Mureri.

Staff members and clients accompany Mr David Mureri during his visit to the Calvary Christian Church.

Members of the Calvary Christian Church.

Mrs Guduvheni hands over air tickets for a trip to Cape Town to Dr Maxwell Masakona and his wife Florance. Mr Frank Netshidzati (agricultural technician) looks on.

Dr Maxwell Masakona welcomes Mr David Mureri of Reri´s Insurance Brokers to the Calvary Christian Calvary Christian Church Worship Team entertain the guests. Church.

Mrs Guduvheni and Mr Frank Netshidzati (agricultural technician) show respect before they hand over a air tickets for a trip to Cape Town to Dr Masakona and his wife Florance.

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31 May 2013 17 Fixtures

By Frank Mavhungu

Young Santos overpower Brothers Mukula Young Santos enhanced their chances of finishing their promotional playoff matches on top of their stream when they beat Seven United Brothers 4-2 at the Makwarela Stadium on Sunday. It was the second victory for Santos after beating Matsakali Sky Rangers 3-0 at the same venue earlier that day. Their match against United Brothers was characterized by wasted scoring opportunities.

After squandering two clear chances within the first 10 minutes of the game, Santos finally did it in the 14th minute. Their Rastafarian striker, Rendani Madega, who scored a brace in their match against Sky Rangers, scored easily from a brilliant pass by Phathutshedzo Nethengwe. Seven United Brothers lost cohesion in the middle of the field soon after Santos's opening goal.

antos capitalised and scored again in the 29th minute. This time around it was Fhulufhedzani Ramudzuli who gave the ball the final touch. As if they were leading, Seven United Brothers started to play defensive football. Realizing that Brothers were disorganized in the midfield, Santos allowed the ball to land at the centre circle most of the time. Freedom Makhuvha scored the third to bring the half-time score to 3-0. Seven United Brothers effected three changes to their stating lineup in a bid to make a quick comeback, but that did not change the complexion of the game. Christopher Tshikovhele, who came on as a substitute for Nndateni Netshitadi, scored their fourth goal with a longrange ground cutter. Fhulufhedzani Ramudzuli of Santos was warned with a card after an illegal tackle on Thabelo Nemakanga. Santos later replaced Vusani Nendauni with Avhatakali Tshivhase. United Brothers reduced one more through Rofunwa Silima six Phathutshedzo Nethengwe of Young Santos controls the ball, minutes before the final whistle. while Rofunwa Silima of United Brothers is on the way to intercept.

Can the Eagles fly over United Artists? The final round-robin matches of the SAB League promotional play-offs will be played at two different venues this weekend. Four matches will be staged at the Tshifulanani Stadium tomorrow. Joe’s Express and Matsakali Sky Rangers will be the first to enter the field of play. Sky Rangers stand no chance of finishing on top of the group after losing their two opening matches. Maweja Takers must beat Seven United Brothers in order to enhance their chances of playing in the final. They will meet in the second match, which is scheduled to kick off at 11:00. Maweja won the only match they had played so far and winning against United Brothers is imperative if they want to gain promotion. The pace setters, Mukula Young Santos, will meet Joe’s Express in the third match. Mukula Young Santos will need only one point in their last round-robin match against Maweja Maweja Takers on Sunday to finish on top of the group if they manage to beat Joe’s Express tomorrow. The last match will be between Matsakali Sky Rangers and Seven United Brothers. Two group B matches will be played at the Makwarela Stadium tomorrow. Western Stars will lock horns with Tshibvumo Young Stars at 13:00. Muziafera Blue Eagles and United Artists will meet later in the afternoon to determine the team that will qualify to take part in the final. United Artists are currently leading the pack with four points, while Blue Eagles are in the second spot with two points.

Artists will pin their hopes on their experienced defender, Witness Mudologi, while the Eagles’ sharpshooter, Happy “Venture” Mahuntsi, is expected to give the Artists’ defence a tough time.

United Artists’ veteran defender, Witness Mudologi.

By Silas Nduvheni

Mangodi Primary top in Love Life games A rural Limpopo school, Mamathiliedzha Primary at Ha-Sidou village, hosted a delegation of the Thulamela region’s Love Life campaign last week as part of a programme to expose rural pupils to different sporting codes. “We decided to join hands with them and one of the biggest

sports events was hosted at our school on Saturday. Three schools, Mamathiliedzha, Mangondi and Ntsumbedzeni, participated in the Love Life games. The pupils competed in drama, zwigombela, poetry and makhwaya,” said Mr Mmbangiseni Nengwenani, principal of Mamathiliedzha.

Love Life’s Thulamela regional programme leader, Ms Tinyiko Kanyane, said through the games they intend to build future leaders excelling in arts and culture activities. Mangondi emerged as an overall winner by being the best in tshigombela, Tshivenda drama and dancing xibelane.

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18 31 May 2013 By Frank Mavhungu

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Nobela All Stars relegated to SAB Although they still have two matches to play before they complete their Safa second division league activities, Nobela All Stars have already been relegated to the lower division. Their relegation to the SAB League was confirmed by their 1-1 draw against Giyani Hotspurs at the Giyani Stadium last Saturday. Nobela All Stars are languishing at the bottom of the log with 20 points, six behind the other relegation candidates, Baobab Zero Fake, Lephalale Young Killers and Phungo All Stars. Young Killers have two matches in hand while Phungo All Stars are left with only one match to complete their league programme. Even if Lephalale Young Killers and Phungo All Stars lose all their outstanding matches and Nobela win theirs, it will make no difference to their standing on the log as Nobela had conceded the highest number of goals. Baobab Zero Fake will accompany Nobela All Stars to the SAB league. Zero Fake have 26 points and they have competed their league programme, as they have played 30 matches to date. Modimolle Aces and Ray Pillars are also not safe when it comes to relegation. They have deposited 27 points into their league accounts each. Should they lose their remaining matches and Phungo All Stars and Lephalale Young Killers win their outstanding matches, Ray Pillars and Modimolle Aces will go down. Rospa United, who escaped the relegation axe by the skin of their teeth last season, are lying in the eighth position on the log. Baroka FC are gearing up for the promotional play-offs for the third time in a row. They completed their league programme on top of the log with 74 points, eight behind Magezi FC. Winners Park, who have been chasing the league title since the beginning of the season, completed their programme in the third position with 62 points.

Artists 2, Stars 2 United Artist held Madombidzha Western Stars to a 2-all draw in their Safa Vhembe SAB play-off match at Tshifudi on Sunday. Stars fumbled at the goal finish on a continuous basis. Their killer-striker, Lucky Masutha, caused an upset when his half-volley hit the woodwork and bounced back into the field of play. His team mate, Daniel Mukosi, also disappointed the fans when he shot wide from close range. A defender of Stars, Lufuno Ndou, was warned with a card for a continued argument with the referee. Stars opened the score in the 24th minute when Thabo Matuba scored easily. The celeberation was cut short as Artists equalised through Maanda Mulaudzi. n the second half, the Officials of Madombidzha Western Stars confronted the Safa Vhembe match commissioner, Mr midfielders of Artist took it upon themselves to Samuel Maduwa, and accused him of being biased. Maduwa allegedly refused to lodge a protest distribute telling passes to their strikers. before the promotional play-off match at Tshifudi Stadium on Sunday. Stars complained that a Artist lost cohension late in the match, which player of United Artist, Isaac Mulaudzi, was not properly registered with the team. gave Arsenal a good chance to score. Pfano Ithuga forced his way through the defence and By Frank Mavhungu chipped the ball to Tshimangadzo Masala, who scored. Jeffrey Mungoni of Artist equalised from a free kick that left the keeper of Stars, Hector Malange, flatfooted.

SAB league promotional play-off roundup The opening matches for the SAB League promotional playoffs were played at three different venues last weekend. The Stream C champions, United Artists, started the playoffs with a bang when they crushed Tshibvumo Young Stars 3-0 at the Malamulele Stadium on Sunday. In their second match, which was played at the Tshifudi Stadium later that day, United Artists played to a 2-2 draw with Western Stars. Artists are now leading Group B with four points. Western Stars shared the glory with Muziafera Blue Eagles.

They played to a 1-1 draw at the Tshifudi Stadium. In the other match also staged at the same venue, Muziafera Blue Eagles drew 2-2 with Tshibvumo Young Stars. The Stream A champions, Matsakali Sky Rangers, are still to deposit a point into their account. They lost both their opening matches. They suffered a 0-3 defeat at the hands of Mukula Young Santos in their opening match at the Makwarela Stadium. As if that was not good enough to irritate the team’s enthusiastic fans, Sky Rangers were beaten 3-4 by Maweja Takers at the same venue later in the afternoon.

Mukula Young Santos are on top of Stream A. They collected the maximum points in their two opening matches at the Makwarela Stadium. After beating Matsakali Sky Rangers 3-0 in the morning, Mukula Young Santos continued to pave their way to the dream final by beating Seven United Brothers 4-2 later in the afternoon. Joe’s Express shared the spoils with Seven United Brothers, with whom they played to a 1-1 draw. Maweja Takers registered a 4-3 victory at the expense of Matsakali Sky Rangers.


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LEGALS LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35 (5) of Act No. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estates specified below will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be later, and at the offices of the Masters and Magistrates as stated.Should no objections thereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registration number of estate: 846/2013, Surname: Makhari, Christian Names: Masala Ananius, Identity number: 3406015418086, Last Address: Erf no: 501 Makwarela, district Thohoyandou, Married in community of property, Christian Names and Surname of surviving spouse: Makhari Marubini Helen, Identity number: 4903030274089, Magistrate’s Office: Thohoyandou, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou.A.R. Madia Attorneys, Old mutual Building, OfficeNo: G21 & G23, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 NOTICE TO LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT LYING FOR INSPECTION Persuant to the provisions of Section 35 (5) of Act 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that the first and final liquidation and distribution account in the estate of the late Basani Tsakani Munyai, Identity no. 7210080794082 who died on the 10/12/2011, is lying for inspection at the offices of the Master of High Court, Limpopo High Court and the Magistrate’s Office, Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days as from date of publication hereof. Estate No: 422/2012 Anton Ramaano Attorneys, Attorneys for Executrix, Thohoyandou P West, House No. 902, Cnr University Road & Mphephu Drive, Opposite Khoroni Hotel / Venda Plaza, P.O. Box 2246, Thohoyandou, 0950, Tel: 015 962 2232/2236, Fax: 015 962 5009,REF: AR/KM/ ES089 In the Magistrate’s Court for the District of Thohoyandou held at Thohoyandou Case no: 792/2012, In the matter between: Sediba SA Bogoshi Association, Plaintiff, and Lusunzi Mmbudzeni Ntuwiseni, Defendant. Notice of sale in Execution Kindly take Notice that in persuance of a judgement

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Makhado Municipality (Civic Centre), Makhado (Louis Trichardt), 83 Krogh Street, for a period of 28 days from 31 MAY 2013. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to above or be addressed to: (at the relevant office) * Director: Development and Planning; or at Private Bag X2596, Makhado (Louis Trichardt), 0920, within a period of 28 days from 31 May 2013 or Should no comments and/or objections be received as set out above, the municipality will assume that you are in support of the application and may approve the proposed land use rights. Address of authorized agent: Physical address: 40 Jubilee Creek, Bendor, Polokwane, 0699. Postal address P O Box 15153, Flora Park, 0699, Telephone No: 0833582670. Dates on which notice will be published: 31 MAY 2013. MAKHADO AMENDMENT SCHEME 70 NDIVHADZO YA U SHANDIKISA KUSHUMISELE KWA MAVU NGA PROCLAMATION 45 OF 1990 FOR THE AMENDMENT OF MAKHADO LAND USE MANAGEMENT SCHEME, Vhakho u divhadzwa uri huna khumbelo yo itwaho nga Nelwamondo T, o imela muiti wa tshanduko yobulwaho afho ntha ya Erf 342 Vuwani, Makhado Municipality uri huvhe ha dzinndu dzo tanganelaho. Vhane vha takalelea u vhala ngaha khumbelo iyi, manwalo ayo akhou wanala ofisini ya minigere muhulwane waku dzud-

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Skating is coming to Vhembe Skating, which is little known in rural Vhembe, could soon be a popular sport. Three young men from Thohoyandou have taken it upon themselves to popularise the sport in their community. The three, Vusi Munyai aka VBoy (16), Thompho Mudau aka King T (15) and Phumudzo Nemutudi, better known as PBoy (16), are a marvel to watch as they speed through the streets around Thohoyandou. The three, who are mostly together in their spare time, said they were interested to see other youngsters playing with their skateboards on TV and they immediately fell in love with the sport. “We want to prove that everything is possible. We used to

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31 May 2013 21 Exercise

By Elmon Tshikhudo

New soccer league for elderly at Mutoti? Healthy Living Awareness Games for Musina If the determination to participate in sport, more especially soccer, displayed by the elderly in Vhembe is anything to go by, a new elderly soccer league could be in the offing in the area. This became evident when hundreds of the elderly, some with their walking sticks, filled the Mutoti sports ground to watch soccer games last Wednesday. This was during a tournament where 13 teams from different parts of the district played each other for no prizes at all, but for the love of the sport. Teams from as far as Waterval in the Makhado municipality participated. The convener of the games, Ms Emily Baloyi, said it was out of boredom that they started

the games. “The elderly are neglected. We have sports for other groups of people, but the government is not doing anything for us as elderly people. Keeping ourselves active is the best medicine for illnesses that affect us,” she said. Baloyi said that plans were afoot for a new elderly people’s soccer league which is envisaged to kick off in the new year. “This is just spade work and a foundation to see if this could materialise. By the look of things, the future looks bright for the elderly in this area,” she added. The host, Mr Elias Mahafha, said they had invited government so that they could see what they are doing. “We would like to see them

assisting us when the league kicks off next year. Without their help, we would not be able to run it,” he said. Cllr Fulufhelo Mutheiwana of Ward 19 said it was an honour for her for the tournament to be hosted in her yard. “The elderly are doing a good thing. Being active can help stave off ill health. With diseases such as diabetes, cancer, strokes and heart diseases so prevalent, this could work to their advantage,” she said. Mutheiwana encouraged others to also participate in sport. “We have the newly completed Tshilivho-Makhuvha Stadium, which should be utilized by all in the community, otherwise it would be a white elephant with no one using it,” she said.

The Healthy Living Awareness Games initiative has landed in Musina. This is an initiative through which former sports stars, current sports professionals and sports heroes spread messages of hope, encouraging communities to lead healthy lifestyles and be responsible citizens. This is done through visiting willing municipalities and calling respective communities together in stadiums and playing games. Former Bloemfontein Celtic star Kenny Makara and exOrlando Pirates player Thapelo Liau visited Musina to meet representatives of Musina Municipality, De Beers Venetia Mine and local soccer administrators on how they can also implement

the initiative in the border town. Makara says the initiative works well because people usually follow the lifestyles of their role models. Makara says they were also motivated by the involvement of the Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, and participation in their Healthy Living Soccer Games in Phalaborwa in December 2011. “It was great because we had former soccer stars like Doctor Khumalo, Jerry Skhosana, Phil Masinga, Linda Buthelezi, Jabu Pule-Mahlangu and others. We then also decided to incorporate other legends in other sporting codes, including arts and culture.” Liau says the aim of the initiative is to motivate children to participate in sports and

exercise. “We want to use sport stars and other role models to encourage positive behavior in societies by using legends who will give back to the communities through interactions with their fans. We also want to optimally address challenges like killer diseases and the high death rate in our communities, not forgetting social ills like substance abuse, crime and sexual abuse.” He says their concept also aims to nurture talent in young people. “We organise matches and watch with the aim of scouting talent. The other thing is to entertain local people where our team plays against local teams. We also do coaching clinics to impart our knowledge to both the local players and coaches.”

Photographed during the meeting are, from left to right, Bonani Nyabane of Venetia Mine, Former Bloemfontein Celtic star Kenny Makara, Cynthia Khoali of Venetia Mine, Themba Ncube (Musina Municipality), ex-Orlando Pirates player Thapelo Liau and local soccer administrator Theo Maoka.

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Showing the rest a thing or two, the elderly displayed high-quality football during the games.

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By Kaizer Nengovhela

Stars and Mudziafera Blue Eagles in a 2-all draw The Safa Vhembe promotional playoff match between Tshibvumo Young Stars and Mudziafera Blue Eagles ended in a one-all draw at the Tshifudi Stadium on Sunday. The start of match was delayed by 30 minutes. Eagles protested to the referee after Stars failed to produce identity documents for two of the players. The match commissioner, Mr Samuel Maduwa, allowed the match to proceed, but the match was played under protest. Eagles squandered numerous scoring opportunities in the opening minutes. Their speedy forward, Thomas Makhubele, was unlucky when he missed a fortune five minutes into the game. He caused another upset a little later, when he lost possession inside the box with the Stars keeper, Aubrey Murathi, already beaten. Although Eagles had conceded an early goal, they did not lose their fighting spirit. Stars' goal came when Talifhani Mudalahothe caught the visitors' de-




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Vhutshilo Nthangeni of Eagles (front) fights for the high ball with Khodani Mabila.

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31 May 2013 23 By Frank Mavhungu

Joe’s Express and Seven United Brothers in draw In their SAB League promotional play-off match, which was played at the Makwarela Stadium on Sunday, Joe’s Express and Seven United Brothers shared the spoils with a 1-1 draw. The match was played under protest. Seven United Brothers lodged a protest with the referee shortly before the game kicked off. In their protest letter, Seven United Brothers alleged that one of the players for Express, Dakalo Ratshitanga, was not properly registered with the team. Express’s fast forward, Rudolph Nevhulamba, could not live up to his reputation as he was tightly marked. Realizing that Nevhulamba was well contained, his technical staff instructed their midfielders to move forward with the ball and ultimately added to the number of strikers. That proved to be a clever move on their part as the opponents spent the better part of the first half playing with their backs against the wall. The referee, Mr Mashudu Sathuma, warned Rendani Netsianda of United Brothers and Lenock Mabila (right) of Thabelo Nemakanga of United Brothers with a card in the 34th minute. His error was a late tackle Express fight to win the ball. on Awelani Ravuku. Mutshidzi Babalo of Express was also booked for a dangerous tackle in the first half. Seven United Brothers were the first to introduce

new faces to their starting lineup. They replaced Cliff Tshikovhi and Dakalo Sikhau with Rofunwa Silima and Anzani Murigwathoho respectively. Vhusthilo Netshivhazwaulu put Brothers in the lead in the 67th minute. He finished off a square pass

from Livhuwani Molapisane. Express introduced Mukhethwa Mundalamo for Awelani Ravuku in a bid to strengthen their midfield. Their equalizing goal came via Rudolph Nevhulamba six minutes before the referee blew the final whistle.

Rofunwa Silima of United Brothers controls the high ball, while Awelani Ravuku of Express is on his heels.

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Rendani Netsianda of United Brothers (right) and Lenock Mabila of Express chase the ball. Elim Superspar Soccer League Stream A Team Played Won Draw Lost For Mabedengwa United FC 20 13 6 1 49 N´ waxinyamani All Stars 20 13 5 2 31 Waterval Super Strikers 20 11 7 2 43 Bungeni Young Diplomats 19 10 5 4 30 Valdezia Santos FC 20 9 8 3 38 Khomanani FC 20 8 8 4 19 Maindis Express FC 19 10 2 7 34 Elim Blackpool Juniors 20 9 4 7 32 Waterval Young Tigers 19 7 8 4 31 Matlhari FC 20 6 9 5 22 Valdezia Juventus FC 20 7 6 7 26 N´ waxinyamani United FC 20 6 4 10 24 Ribolla Mountain Rangers 20 7 4 9 27 Matsila Morning Sweepers 20 5 7 8 18 Mpheni Hungry Lions 19 5 7 8 24 Wata peace Makers 20 4 5 11 17 Zabalaza Home Boys 20 2 4 14 8 Waterval All Stars 20 2 3 15 13 Masakona United FC 20 2 2 16 8

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The ladies team of Tshandama Young Stars team will bounce back, when they play against Development FC in a Limpopo Sasol Womens' League match at the Mokgopong grounds tomorrow (Saturday). Stars lost 0-1 to the league contenders, Chippas Ladies,

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Narrow victory for Takers Maweja Takers started the SAB League promotional playoff round-robin tournament on a high note, following their hard-earned 4-3 victory over Matsakali Sky Rangers at the Makwarela Stadium on Sunday. As if they were going to teach Takers a lesson, Sky Rangers opened their account four minutes into the game. Hlamulo Simango scored with a header after a corner kick that was taken by Khongelani Chauke. Vice Mahlaule of Sky Rangers was lucky not to see red in the 14th minute. He handled the ball intentionally. Maweja Takers Vice Mahlaule of Sky Rangers and Vhulondo Khaume of Takers fight for the ball.

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took things more seriously after the Rangers’ opening goal. They found the equalizer in the 24th minute. Abraham Munyai finished off a rebound after the keeper of Rangers, Hlamulo Khosa, mishandled the ball. Maweja Takers took the lead six minutes later. Mukandangalwo Ramunana headed home from a square pass by Rambuda Nekhudzhiga. Sky Rangers looked frustrated towards the end of the first half. They were severely punished for that. Maweja Takers increased the margin in the 39th minute. Abraham Mun yai completed

his brace with a header to bring the halftime score to 3-1. Takers introduced Tshipuliso Singo and Musa Nedzamba and sacrificed Zwivhuya Tshisaphungo and Abraham Munyai early in the last half. That was not good enough to stop Sky Rangers from scoring their second goal in the 54th minute when Themba Chauke scored with a long-range ground cutter. Sky Rangers were awarded a penalty moments thereafter. Matimba Chauke was brought down within the box and the referee awarded a penalty. Hlamulo Simango scored from the white spot. Takers took the lead again through Mundangalwo Ramunana, who beat the keeper with a volley from a place kick in the dying minutes of the game. Tsundzukani Mashimbyi of Sky Rangers kicks the ball while Abraham Munyai of Takers blocks the way.

Limpopo Mirror 31 May 2013  

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