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Festive killings? they saw him rushing towards the police officers, and instead ran away,” Radzilane Louis Trichardt was a hive of activity said. this weekend, with the annual Makhado Shonisani, a Grade 10 pupil at Patric Show in full swing as well as other social Ramaano Secondary School, later died in activities and sport events. The festivithe LTT Memorial Hospital. ties, unfortunately, also had a negative A family spokesperson, Mr Onisimus spin-off, as two young men were killed Ravele, expressed his thanks this week to in stabbing incidents. everyone who had sent condolences. “We Makhuvha Shonisani Ravele (16) and believe that we have capable men and Ndivhuwo Mashapha (23) were fatally women in blue who will do a good job, so stabbed during what seemed to be physthat the perpetrators are brought to the ical attacks in two separate incidents in book and face the might of the law,” he Louis Trichardt town on Saturday night. said. The stabbings occurred between 21:00 Shonisani will be laid to rest at Mauand midnight. luma village on Saturday. The funeral The first incident occurred next to service starts at 06:30. the Levubu road, not far from where the In the second incident, a blood-soaked Makhado Show was drawing to a close. A Ndivhuwo Mashapa was seen running resident of Mauluma village in Nzhelele, out of the Makhado Information Centre’s Shonisani Ravele, rushed towards a police leisure park and crossing the road. He van that was parked next to the road. jumped into a car at the crossing, probably According to the Makhado police’s spokes- in an effort to get away from his assailants person, Const Irene Radzilane, the young or to get help. man told the police that he was running “The unknown driver saw that the away from people who were stabbing him. victim was covered in blood and was in Shonisani was covered in blood. severe pain,” Radzilane said. “So, he just “The attackers in question allegedquickly rushed him to the LTT Memorial ly stopped chasing the deceased when Hospital.” Ndivhuwo died the following By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Makhuvha Shonisani Ravele was a Grade 10 pupil at Patrick Ramaano Secondary School.

Ndivhuwo Mashapha was stabbed on Saturday night and died the next morning.

morning. “We feel very sad as a family,” said Ndivhuwo’s aunt, Ms Johanna Ramathuba. “We are without words to describe our pain.” Ndivhuwo will be laid to rest at Tshikwarani village on Saturday at 06:00. Const Radzilane said she could not comment on whether or not security or police visibility had been compromised during the show weekend. “All I can say is that as police we try our best to do our work in relation to people’s safety and security even during the show,” Radzilane said. “So, police visibility is always intensified during all major events like the Makhado annual show.” She said that no suspects had been arrested at that stage, but that the police were following up on leads. “We call upon members of the community to

contact D/C Tshifhiwa Mavhungu on 072 890 4818 with any information relating to the two incidents,” she said. The spokesperson for the Makhado Municipality, Mr Louis Bobodi, offered condolences to the families of the two people who had lost their lives. “One life lost or two is too many for us. We are saddened by this tragic incident which, according to the police, happened outside the show grounds,” he said. “May God give the two families strength during this difficult time,” he added.

FNB stampede claims local man By Maanda Bele The family of Prince Chauke (30), one of the two soccer fans who died at the FNB stadium stampede last Saturday, are still devastated and finding it hard to believe that he is no more. The stampede took place during the Carling Black Label Derby match between Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs. Although investigations are under way, it is suspected by several people that the stampede could have been caused by the selling or usage of fake tickets at the venue. Chauke from Mabondlogweni village Ha-Bugeni next to Elim was one of the two fans who lost their lives in the stampede.

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Ms Veronica Chauke (34), the victim’s sister, described the incident as painful and unacceptable. “It is not easy for us to believe. This is so much stranger than a death caused by a vehicle accident,” she said. She described her brother as someone who loved people. “He always put others first and he was always laughing.” Chauke went to the game as a driver of his father’s minibus, which was transporting Kaizer Chiefs supporters of the Sabie branch in Mpumalanga to the stadium. “He used to transport the fans to Johannesburg when big games like the Soweto Derby took place,” she added. Chauke is survived by his father, two sisters, fiancé and five-year-old son. “I feel

sorry for his son. He is still young and he still needs love and care from both parents,” Ms Chauke said. “The incident is unfortunate as solid security plans were put in place in conjunction with the SAPS and various stakeholders to ensure that this was a risk-free event,” the CEO of Stadium Management South Africa, Mr Jacques Grobbelaar, told reporters after the game on Saturday. The stampede happened at Gate J during the match. Several people were injured and taken to hospital. Due to the fact that the family was waiting for the post mortem results, no funeral arrangements for Chauke were available when going to press.

Mr Prince Chauke (30). Photo supplied.


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Soutpansberg has “lost” its former lush grasslands Makhado in 1883. He had to travel up the mountain to SonThe Soutpansberg used gozwi, and described the grassy to have vast stretches of area below, noting that the air grassland, with the springbok was filled with the perfume grazing alongside antelope from all sorts of flowers. such as the extinct LichtenNot just the southern slopes stein’s hartebeest. In less than of the Soutpansberg have 100 years, the landscape has changed over the decades. In changed from open stretches August 1917, when T.G. Trevor of land to trees and bush. The visited Lake Fundudzi, he rereason for the change can be corded the habitat to the east of found in man’s intervention. Sibasa as “…an open down-like plateau, with scattered Protea A researcher from the Unitrees and close-growing grass, versity of Venda, Dr Norbert which might be taken for a Hahn, recently published a portion of the Transvaal high study describing the change in veld.” landscape in the Soutpansberg Dr Hahn’s research has over the past 150 years. Much indicated that approximately of his research is based on his10% of the Soutpansberg was torical photos and descriptions covered in now-extinct grassof the area. lands. “The contributing factors Dr Hahn has been collecting to the demise of these grassold photographs for more than lands are complex and usually 25 years. The oldest photos entail an interaction of various from the Soutpansberg are influences,” he states in his those of the Swiss photograresearch summary. In the study, pher, H. Ferdinand Gros. In he discusses some of the factors 1888, Gros took, among others, that may have caused the rapid a photo of “Pisang Kop”, which demise of these grasslands. shows its southern slopes as One of the reasons the trees almost devoid of any tree or and bushes started to encroach, shrub growth. These photos, was probably the large-scale as well as later ones taken by culling of the large mammalian Hugh Exton (1898) and Alfred herbivores, and more specifDuggan-Cronin show (1923), ically the African elephants. show the rapid transformation When Schoemansdal town was from high-rainfall grassland to in its prime (around 1860), secondary bush encroachment, João Albasini estimated that alien infestation, silviculture between 70 and 80 tons of ivoand sub-tropical fruit orchards. ry was hunted annually. When “Through history, no era can Pater Joaquim de Santa Rita account for such an extreme Montanha travelled through transformation of habitat as Schoemansdal (1855-1856), that which occurred in the last he remarked that the num180 years when people of Euber of elephants hunted was ropean descent arrived in the impossible to estimate. The Soutpansberg region,” writes hunting was also not limited to Dr Hahn. He draws from the elephants. Rhinoceroses (both 1837 diary of Louis Trigardt, in square-lipped and hookedwhich the pioneer makes reflipped) were shot for their erence to the 15 game species horns, Transvaal lions were hunted. The three most comshot for their skins and even mon species hunted were blue Southern ostriches were shot wildebeest, zebra and the Cape for their feathers. eland, but on two occasions In 1923, the Venda phaspringbok were shot in close la-phala horn was still made proximity to the Soutpansberg. from Sable antelope horn. In June 1871, the German With the demise of the Sable explorer, Carl Mauch, passed antelope within the area, the through the area and he deVhavenda had to start using scribed the foot of the SoutGreater kudu horns to make pansberg as almost bare, with the phala-phala trumpet. tree growth only found towards Keystone herbivores, such the slope of the mountain. His as the African elephant, observations were echoed by are extremely important in the Swiss missionary, Rev E maintaining biodiversity. “The Creux, when he describes a demise of keystone herbivore meeting with Vhavenda king from the Soutpansberg can in By Anton van Zyl

Louis Trichardt as seen from the mountain. The photo must date after 1926, as the Church of the Vow can be seen in the centre. Photo from MuseuMAfricA, ref. no. PH2005-56243.

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part explain the drastic transformation of the high rainfall grasslands into secondary bush and woodland,” writes Hahn. His research has shown that at least 14 mammalian herbivore species became extinct in the region. “Excessive hunting was most probably the main contributing factor that drove these species to their minimum viable populations, together with rapid change that forced them to extinction,” says Hahn. Another reason for the bush encroachment was the change in hydrology. Hahn describes how the eucalyptus and pine tree plantations have succeeded in “drying up” the marshy conditions south of the mountains. He explains by mentioning the example of the Louis Trichardt railway station. The railway line was constructed in 1914, but stopped just south of the town at the Ledig siding to avoid the marshy lower town. “In the 1920s it was decided to shift the station to the lower town as the planting of Eucalyptus and Pine trees below Hanglip had dried up the marshes. The new station was opened in October 1928, only eight years after the establishment of plantations,” he writes. Hahn explains in his thesis that the shallow water table favoured the high-rainfall grassland, but once these were dried up, the secondary woodland tree and shrub species started to take control. Two other factors that contributed to the change are climate change and the manner in which veld fires were being controlled. Hahn refers to the global rise in CO2 levels, mentioning that this promotes the expansion of woody vegetation into grasslands due to the fertilizing effect of CO2 on tree growth. The South African climate is also following the international trend and is steadily rising. The effect of veld fires on the environment is often underestimated. “Fire is an important driver towards the maintenance of grasslands in southern Africa, stimulating grass growth and helping with the exclusion of woody species,” writes Hahn. He refers to rainfall models that predict that all areas receiving above 650 mm rain would be covered by forest if fire was suppressed.

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The family of Ms Suzan Mabala (30) of Phadzima, who went missing in March, is still waiting for DNA results to establish if a decomposed body found in May is hers. For almost four months now the family has been waiting for DNA test results that will confirm whether it is her body or not. During a recent meeting of different structures at Vhulaudzi to discuss the mystery around Suzan’s death, community members demanded that the results of the post mortem in the case be made public, “since killing is a public problem”. Suzan went missing after allegedly receiving a call from the father of her child, who wanted

to meet her outside the home. She was never seen again and her disappearance left turmoil in the village, after angry residents went on the rampage by burning the local Vhulaudzi Satellite police station and two police vans. Suzan’s father, Mr Khathutshelo Mabala, said that they wanted to bury his daughter’s remains and forget what had happened, but the police were delaying the process with the lack of results. They wanted to know when they would be able to bury his daughter, he said. He said that they were relieved when the body was found. “We hoped it would bring closure to the trauma we are facing. But it’s been a long time now since my daughter’s body has been lying in the

mortuary.” Community members, who commented on condition of anonymity, said that the forensic department should be the one conducting the post mortem and not a private general practitioner, like what is happening at the Siloam SAPS. Thohoyandou police station commissioner Brig Willy Mashaba said the police were seriously concerned about the ongoing ritual murder cases in the Vhembe District. “We need people to speak out and to reveal information that can lead to the arrest of the perpetrators. Some of these people we know; some of them might be your neighbours or members of your families. I urge you to come forward with the information.”


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Two Somalians die when their Bungeni shop burns down By Kaizer Nengovhela

Firefighters try to extinquish the fire.

Two Somalian citizens burnt to death in the early hours of Monday after their shop at Bungeni caught fire. According to eyewitnesses, residents saw a shop burning in the early morning hours. No one was in the shop at that time. Community members apparently tried to extinguish the flames, but without much success. The police were alerted and the shop owner was also notified. According to the Waterval police spokesperson, W/O Foster Rambau, the two Somalian businessmen rushed to the scene and tried to extinguish the flames. It is not certain how they were trapped inside the building, but both died in the blaze. W/O Rambau said that community members and the police tried to put out the fire, but it was very fierce. “They tried to use buckets of water, but the water seemed to give more power to the fire. Everything was burnt to ashes. There was nothing we could do because the fire was untouchable,” he said. The two people who died were identified as Mr Ali Mahomed (35) and Abdulah Immow (28). One of the residents, Mr Mzamani Sithole, expressed his shock about the death of the two. “They died a very painful death,” he said. “We are shocked and we request community members to come forward with more evidence, because whoever did this deserves to rot in jail. We send our deepest sympathy to the family of the two,” he said. Sithole said that when the firefighters arrived at the scene, there was little left to do but to try and prevent the fire from spreading to surrounding shops. It is still not known what had sparked the blaze. The damage is estimated to run into thousands of rands. W/O Rambau said that an inquest docket had been opened and that the cause of the fire was still being investigated. “We have registered two counts of murder and one of arson, following the incident. We are definitely going to make a breakthrough in due course,” he promised.

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Young mother dies after being stabbed at house By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

said. “Here in our family we are a loving people by nature, but we’ll find it hard to forgive Tshimangadzo. What he did is pure evil and heartlessness,” she said. The incident took place in Ward 23 of the Makhado Municipality and the local councillor, Mavhimbi Mashamba, strongly condemned the act of killing. He said Glenda’s death was a great loss to the ward as a whole as she was a young woman who still had a bright future ahead of her. “I am deeply shocked and emotionally touched by the horror which happened right among us,” he said. “The suspect in this matter must really face the full wrath of the law. May Glenda’s soul rest in peace.” Rasiluma appeared in the Tshilwavhusiku Magistrate’s Court and his case was postponed to 14 August for further investigation. He remains in custody. The deceased had a four-yearold son with the suspect. She will be laid to rest on Sunday at Madombidzha village.

The life of a 22-year-old mother was brought to an end after her 25-year-old boyfriend allegedly stabbed her to death with a sharp object on Monday morning. Provisional reports state that Glenda Radzilani was on her way to work when Tshimangadzo Rasiluma blocked her way. He allegedly slapped her several times before dragging her back into her home. He then allegedly stabbed her many times. Tshilwavhusiku police’s spokesperson, W/O David Nkanyane, said the suspect allegedly fled the scene, leaving the deceased sprawled in a pool of blood. “Our tracing team found him at the ploughing fields where he apparently wanted to commit suicide,” Nkanyane said. Friends of the deceased, who declined to be named, said that she had always complained about Rasiluma’s being extremely abusive and that she wanted to terminate the relationship. “But he always forced himself into her life, threatening her with possible violence,” said a friend. Glenda’s sister, Tsumbedzo Raliphada, said that the family members were heartbroken. “Our sister was stabbed many times in Brutally killed: Glenthe body and eyes until da Radzilani. Picture she died like a dog,” she supplied.

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Woman’s dream house gets destroyed by malicious fire By Elmon Tshikhudo

Firefighters had to use the jaws of life to free the body of the deceased from the wreckage.

“Cursed” tree claims another life By Elmon Tshikhudo Residents of Sidou outside Thohoyandou along the Punda Maria road have developed a fear of a tree that they say is cursed and is causing accidents in the area. According to the residents, the tree has caused countless accidents, but one of the accidents that the community cannot forget happened in 2010, when four people died after their bakkie hit the same tree. Last weekend, the community was again left in shock, following a horrific accident that left a man dead and three friends seriously injured. It happened on Sunday, around 11:00, at the notorious spot known for deadly accidents. Details of the accident were still sketchy at the time of our going to press, but it is believed the driver lost control of the vehicle that was coming from Thohoyandou. It hit the tree, flew some distance through the air and then landed at the gate of the local

drinking spot. The accident left the car battered, with its parts strewn all over. One would have been forgiven for thinking that a massive bomb had hit the sedan. Emergency personnel from private and government services came in their numbers and worked hard to stabilise the injured before taking them to hospital. Firefighters had to used the jaws of life to free the lifeless body of one of the friends, who had succumbed to his injuries. An eyewitness told this paper that she was at the nearby driving school when she heard a bang, only to realise that the car had hit a tree before coming to a halt at the gate of a bar lounge. “It was around 11:00 and the car was overtaking another when the driver lost control and the car hit the tree. There was an old woman who was walking along the road and, luckily, she ran out of the way. Otherwise we would be talking about another death. It happened very fast and it was like a scene in an

action movie,” she said. Resident Anna Mulaudzi said the community believed the spot and the tree where the accident happened were cursed. “So many accidents have happened here because of this tree. We strongly believe there is a demon here that is hellbent on killing people.” She added that the sooner the tree was chopped down, the more lives would be saved. Thulamela Municipality ward councillor and community leader David Mamushiana was equally shocked by the accident. “So many accidents have happened here and the main cause is this tree. We have to have it cut down as a matter of urgency to curb the spate of accidents happening at this spot. We have to save lives,” he said. Meanwhile, Limpopo police spokesperson Lt Col Moatshe Ngoepe confirmed that several accidents had happened over the weekend, with the worst happening on Sunday at Penge in Burgersfort that left six people dead.

A woman’s hard labour to build herself a decent house went up in smoke when a relative allegedly set the house on fire and destroyed all its contents. Ms Nditsheni Muhadi (40) of Khumbe Tshalovha outside Thohoyandou started building her dream three-room house in 2008 out of her savings. She only managed to finish it this year in March, nine years later. Moving into the new house left a wonderful feeling of accomplishment for the mother of three. Her happiness was short-lived as the house she treasured most with all its contents valued at more than R200 000 was completely gutted by fire this week. The incident happened on Wednesday evening at around 20:00 when a man related to her who stayed with her,

allegedly set the house on fire. The incident has not only shocked the owner, but even neighbours who came in their numbers to offer her support. According to Muhadi, the man came home at around 20:00 and asked for food. “I was in the main house when he came and asked for food. I told him to get in the main house and fetch the food, but he refused and remained outside. After a few minutes, we heard breaking glass and on closer inspection saw him throwing a burning object through the broken window. We dashed for safety as the house caught fire.” She said that they ran to the nearby satellite police station, but unfortunately there were no officials at the station. With the help of villagers, they managed to get hold of the police, who arrived with firefighters. “They couldn’t save the situation; the whole house with all its con-

tents, including the separate outside room used by the man, was totally destoyed,” she said. She said that she lost everything and was only left with only the clothes she was wearing “and even the school books belonging to my child were burnt.” Thulamela ward 33 councillor Ms Melta Rasendedza, who visited the family, said she was also in shock. “We have already activated our disaster unit and we will be making sure that they get food and temporary shelter as a short-term solution. We are also calling upon good Samaritans to come on board that we help the family,” she said. Rofhiwa Muhadi (28) was arrested about the incident. He appeared in court on Tuesday on a charge of arson. The case was postponed and he remains in custody.

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A newly formed organization is set to make the lives of the youth in the Nzhelele Valley better. The area is hugely affected by the high rate of youth unemployment, substance abuse and recent allegations of ritual murder. The Thusani Youth Development organisation has four areas that encompass overall development: social, economical, educational and spiritual. Participation in the activities of the organisation is voluntarily. In our photograph are the founders of Thusani Youth Development. Vhembe District Municipality has fixed and activated two boreholes at Tshiozwi village in the Sinthumule area in a bid to address water shortages in the area. In the photograph are workers and some councillors from the Makhado Municipality.

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Mbilwi scholar heading to London Science Olympiad council. The competition is run by the An 18-year-old Mbilwi SecondSouth African Agency for Science ary School pupil has become the and Technology Advancement and toast of the district after being the National Science Olympiad. selected to represent South She left the country on Friday Africa during the 53rd Science and will spend a week in London. Olympiad in London. “This is the best thing to have Mbilwi, which has consistently happened in my life and I will achieved good Grade 12 results, make use of this once-in-a-lifehas also been producing many time opportunity. The trip is a participants at the prestigious learning curve, which will broaden event over the years. The latest my horizon in the field of science. achiever is Anza Tshipetane of I will come back and share what I Tshisahulu, who is also president will get there with the rest of my of the learner representative country,” she said. Tshipetane, who aims to study nuclear medicine at the University of Cape Town, urged other learners not to take competitions for granted, as they are platforms that could open opportunities for them to shine in the outside world. School principal Cedric Lidzhade described Tshipetane as a very dedicated learner and said he had no doubt that she would hoist the country’s flag very high. “We are very humbled and we are very confident that she will bring back a Science queen Anza Tshipetane, who is repre- wealth of knowledge senting South Africa in the Science Olympiad and share with us back here,” he said. in London. By Elmon Tshikhudo

Thovhele Mavhina Mahwasane unveils the plaque marking the official opening of the business at Shayandima. In the photograph are some of the esteemed guests and the owner, Ms Agnes Netshituni.

“Stand up and create your destiny” the weekend. The lodge, owned by well-known Women in Vhembe were told to stand businesswoman Ms Agnes Netshituni of up and create jobs for themselves and Thohoyandou, has conference facilities, stop waiting for handouts. rooms and offices. It was dedicated by That was the message by Thovhele Rev Sibusiso. Mavhina Mahwasane during the dedicaSpeakers during the function hailed tion ceremony of the De Gann Inn lodge Netshituni and described her as a humin the Shayandima Industrial Area at ble and dedicated businesswoman who was always ready to go the extra mile in making others happy. Speaking during the dedication, Thovhele Samuel Mahwasane said the country was facing a critical challenge of unemployment, where many were living below the breadline. He said in most cases those were women who must beg from their menfolk. Mahwasane said it was quite encouraging that women who had taken a back seat in business for a long time were now playing leading roles in creating jobs and empowering themselves. “I am very thrilled and filled with Owner Ms Agnes Netshituni and her son Maungedzo adressing the guests. joy. Netshituni did not disappoint me. By Elmon Tshikhudo

When she came asking for a place, I thought she would be a statistic; one of those people who are just occupying sites, with no development taking place. I am so happy that some of my subjects have gained permanent employment in the project.” He appealed to others who have sites to follow in Netshituni’s footsteps, “or otherwise I will repossess the sites.” Netshituni said it all started as a passion to supplement her salary as a clerk with the Department of Education. “I started off selling beauty products part time, then started a small shop and later a general dealer before venturing into the security business. Eventually, I quit my full-time job in 2009,” she said. Netshituni said she decided to diversify her business, as tenders were not reliable sources of business. “I believe God put me where I am today and this is the reason why I invited all to come and share my joy with the Lord and dedicate this business to God,” she said.

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Univen appoints a new Deputy Vice-Chancellor worker and then moved into human resources and then business. He worked in both the Dr Robert Martin has recently been public and private sectors. Over the years, appointed as the new Deputy Vice-Chanhe has developed skills in strategic planning, cellor (DVC) Operations of Univen. He is general management, human resources, labour appointed on a five-year performance-based relations, executive and business coaching. contract with effect from 3 July 2017. He was appointed as a part-time commisHe said he believed that every individual had sioner for the CCMA in 1997 and was also a the potential to become the greatest he could panellist for the Health and Social Services be, if given the space to perform. Bargaining Council as well as the Government According to him, dignity and respect are and Public-Services Sector Bargaining Council the biggest gifts an individual can give to (GPSSBC) others. “I am really looking forward to work Previously, he was also appointed by the and engage with all colleagues to make Univen Minister of Higher Education as a member of an employer of choice and a university that is the Board of the National Institute of Higher globally recognised and respected while also Education in the Northern Cape (NIHENC). locally relevant,” he added. During this term, he also served as member of Prof Peter Mbati, the vice chancellor and NIHENC’s Finance Committee and Chairperprincipal, welcomed the appointment. “We son of the Audit and Risk Committee. look forward to his contribution to the development of the university. I believe that he will also support all staff members and students of this university to reach their maximum potential,” Mbati added. He also called on the university community and other stakeholders to give him the support he required in order to succeed. Before joining Univen, he was the acting DVC: Governance, Operations and Transformation, while also serving as executive director: strategic alliances at Vaal University of Technology (VUT). He previously served as campus principal at the VUT’s Secunda Campus. At VUT he was serving on the university’s executive management committee, senate and various Dr Robert Martin has been appointed as the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor Operations at Univen. Photo other institutional committees. supplied. He started his career as a social Mbulaheni Ridovhona

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Contestants and the winners who participated in the competition. On the left is Mr Thomas Mudau of Lewis, with his colleague, Ms Rivonia Vukeya, on the right.

Lewis crowns the region’s beauties By Elmon Tshikhudo

National furniture store Lewis never bites the hand that feeds it. The company, which has branches countrywide, has already done a lot in terms of assisting in community initiatives. One of the Thohoyandou branches, Lewis 599, is fast endearing itself to the communities it is serving. At the weekend, the branch, led by Mr Thomas Mudau, the acting regional control manager, and the branch manager, Ms Rivonia Vukeya, hosted a beauty contest for learners at Thengwe Secondary School. The queen of the Miss Lewis Contest, Rikhode Managa, received R2 000; the first princess, Abigail Ramuthelo, won R1 000 and second princess Oluga Magada R500 cash. The store also donated a soccer kit to the school. Mr Mudau said the contest and the soccer kit were just tokens of appreciation and a way of ploughing back to people who supported the company. “We did an analysis and found that we have many customers

in the Mutale area. We thought of a way we could say thank you to them and the first thing that came to mind was to support learners. Thengwe Secondary became our preference.” He added that this was not the end and that they were going to assess their income and identify other worthy courses where they could intervene. He further said they had also given

the learners life coaching about issues that affected them and encouraged them to take their education seriously. The principal, Ms Tshilidzi Mercy Madanda, praised the company for having chosen the school. “We are a very rural school, but to be chosen from the many schools means a lot to us; we are really humbled,” she said.

Lewis’s acting regional control manager Mr Thomas Mudau, congratulates the queen of the Miss Lewis Contest, Rikhode Managa.

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Top musicians impress during

Makhado Annual Show people from all areas in and around Makhado, and the fans indicated The Makhado annual show proved that they enjoyed music performancthis year that, among other goals, es by both emerging and established it also strove to foster a sense artists. of unity and nationhood in the Muofhe and her band, Colbert Makhado region and the country. Mukwevho, Georgie Premjee and The show was held during the past Kumar Premjee, and Malondolo did weekend at the Makhado municipal live performances, to the delight of show grounds in Louis Trichardt. fans. Excellent singers who entertained The highly talented Muofhe said show lovers came from different that she appreciated the space the parts of the country, across languag- Makhado Municipality gave to artists es and cultural backgrounds. to meet their fans through music. The show was well attended by “What a great show!” she said. “It By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Dr Malinga.

Colbert Mukwevho.

FAREWELL TO ICONIC NEWSREADER Mr Fhatuwani Calvin Munyangane retired after a career of 35 years in the radio industry

was a great opportunity for local artists to come together and meet their fans. We were at our best, I believe. The show has always given us an opportunity to grow.” Malondo said that the show had gone well and that she was happy that the fans and all music lovers appreciated the music. "I was so happy to notice that people still loved my music," she said. "I even saw the young people shouting my lyrics and dancing. It was good." Herewith is a photo-montage of the event.

Kumar Premjee’s voice had fans shouting for more.

Makhadzi.

Burning Doctor peformed the best of his songs.

Mizo Phyll brought new anthems to the show.

Muofhe and her band.

Georgie Premjee's songs sounded classic.

that he Joe Shirimane proved n but era vet a t is more than jus . ian sic mu l llfu a ski

Comedian Vho-Bundu aka Ntavhanyeni Rasendedza.

Fans were happy with the music.

Malondolo.

Vili kha khana's Killa G performed old and new hits.

HaaNdi YellowMah's star continues to rise as he is featured by great artists like Mizo Phyll.

Fans also joined in song.

Jones Netshipise.

Makhadzi engages fans in her music.

Comedian Vho-Bundu aka Ntavhanyeni Rasendedza.

Muofhe.

The veteran Phalaphala FM newsreader, Fhatuwani Calvin Munyangane, retired earlier this week after he had worked in the radio industry for 35 years. Munyangane started working for SABC radio when it was still called Radio Venda. He was a school teacher when he joined the SABC in 1982. The station manager of Phalaphala FM, Mr Freddy Sadiki, hailed Munyangane as a newsreader who loved his work and always did his best in ensuring that listeners received quality Tshivenda news. He described him as a hardworking and dedicated newsreader, who was always committed to shaping the young generation for the future. Sadiki remarked that although Munyangane had worked during difficult times, he did not have any difficulty in switching over to the new technology used of late. He said that this posed a challenge to other newsreaders who were still fresh in the industry who found it difficult to cope with the latest news technology. According to Sadiki, Munyangane will be missed in the family of radio and he urged young presenters to follow in the footsteps of Munyangane. He said that the SABC entrusted him with a huge responsibility of reading the news. He carried out his duties with excellence and devoted his life to serving the organization diligently as was expected of him.

“His paramount concern was to fulfil the mandate of the SABC of building an informed society and broadcasting for total citizen empowerment,” Sadiki said. Ms Murendeni Muhali, the news bulletin editor, praised Munyangane for being a hard worker and committed newsreader. Muhali indicated that the contribution that Munyangane had made in the struggle for quality newsreading skills would always be remembered. She urged presenters to work very hard in their profession as well as further their studies. She also said that young presenters should be inspired by the retired Munyangane. “Journalists and presenters should be proud of their profession and the work they are doing to restore the dignity of their profession,” she said. A former colleague and the present manager of Makhado FM, Mr Makonde Mbedzi, said that Phalaphala FM was proud to have had someone like Munyangane. “He was a distinguished newsreader and always exemplary,” he said. He added that Munyangane had been an asset to the industry and had been instrumental in many of the station’s projects. “He was a hard worker, who was dedicated to his work. He never complained when assigned a task. This is a great loss to the community and station,” he said. He wished him good luck for his retirement.

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Venetia to repair the Alldays Musina road Mining News De Beers and the Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL) signed a memorandum of understanding last week that will see Venetia Mine repair the D2692 road between Musina and Alldays. According to a press release issued by De Beers, by partnering with RAL, De Beers has agreed to undertake the repair of potholes on the road between its Venetia Mine operation and the mining communities of Musina and Alldays. “In so doing, De Beers will cover not only the cost of the repairs, but also look at a long-term sustainable programme to build capacity of a local company through their supplier development programme,” said De Beers. The company has repaired a number of roads in Musina through

their agreement with the Department of Mineral Resources (as set out in their Social and Labour Plan). “Venetia Mine has almost doubled the R6.6 million committed to road infrastructure projects in their labour-selling area. The D2692 initiative is thus over and above the R12.3 million invested in roads over the past five years. It is also the first project of this nature on a provincial road governed by RAL,” said the mining company. “Public/private partnerships that promote the safety of our employees and our communities are at the heart of our safety at De Beers. We are hopeful that these repairs make a tangible difference in the everyday lives of our communities whilst contributing to the socio-economic development of our region,” said Mr Benford Mokoatle, general manager of Venetia Mine.

A former pupil of Waterval High, Mr Phungo Tshirangwana, and other former pupils recently donated a computer and printer to the school and presented certificates of appreciation to the teachers. Tshirangwana stated that it was a mistake for former pupils to think they could leave the development of young pupils’ education to the government alone. The principal, Mr Richardt Maemu, said that they were very excited, because former pupils had shown that they cared about the future by investing in the young ones. In our photo are former pupils photographed with Principal Maemu.

We may be in for some more rain this spring Weather According to the South African Weather Service (SAWS), there is an indication for above-normal rainfall during early spring (August, September and October) for the south-western parts of the country. This is according to their long-term forecast for August to December this year. This prediction is strengthened by the fact that strong development of the Southern Annular Mode (SAM) is taking place towards a negative phase during the early stages of the season. A negative phase of SAM is usually associated with colder and wetter conditions for the south-western half of the country during winter and early spring.

The SAWS has warned, however, that despite wetter conditions expected during early spring over the south-western parts, the negative impact of drier conditions that could still occur in various parts of the south-western half of the country remain a concern. “Therefore, it is recommended that the current drought measures (which are already in place) continue for the foreseeable future,” the SAWS has said. In terms of the northern parts of the country, the SAWS states that most forecasting systems indicate warmer-than-normal temperatures, while an indication exists for cooler conditions over the south and south-western parts, moving towards late spring (October, November and December). “Further-

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Young designer from Nthabalala wants to add some zest to life zwi ntha’,” Thendo said. The idea of starting Zwithu Zwi Ntha came to her in the middle of last year. A 23-year-old woman from Nthaba“However, I was really overwhelmed by lala village, Thendo Nkuna, launched the turnout of supporters at the launch an artistic clothing range which on 17 December last year,” she said. encourages people to live their life to “Most attendees had bought Zwithu Zwi the fullest. Ntha clothes and were wearing them on The brand that many young people, that day. It was like we had entered The and even some of the older folk, are Hall of Fame!” talking about is called Zwithu Zwi Ntha, Thendo attended Denga Secondary which refers to the belief or idea that life School and matriculated at Thwalima has to be lived to the fullest. The expres- Secondary School. “I went to Central sion only means that life is good when Johannesburg College to complete a you have everything under control. motor and diesel mechanic trade, but “When things are working your way, dropped out because it wasn’t really my that’s when you can say ‘Kha nne zwithu thing,” she said. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

She described her target market as being mostly young people, because they were already familiar with the streetwise expression “zwithu zwi ntha”, even before she introduced the brand to them. “Even little kids are in love with the brand,” she said. She encouraged young people to always dream big. “Don’t be lazy, put in the hard work,” she said. “It pains me to see how many start-ups will not even start working until they secure funding for their company. The truth is, your company or idea won’t secure funding until you’ve proven to investors that your business model works and that you have the ability to work hard.”

Former executive mayor of Vhembe dies Vhembe region and also a former executive mayor of Vhembe, TshitThe death of the former executive ereke Matibe, said that the ANC in mayor of Vhembe District Municthe region was shocked to hear the ipality and veteran ANC Women’s news of the sudden passing away of League member, Ms Irene Mutsila, Comrade Irene Mutsila. “Cde Mutsila was described as a great loss to the has served the organisation in various communities in the Vhembe region capacities and also served the organand the entire South Africa. She isation diligently as a member of the was described as a dedicated cadre, provincial executive committee,” said a selfless leader and a revolutionary Matibe. right to the end. According to Matibe, the people She passed away after a short of Vhembe can bear testimony to the illness in the Netcare Private Hospital fact that, regardless of a lack of funds, in Polokwane on Saturday. the district under her leadership Ms Mutsila (68) of Sibasa Unit A had excelled in accelerating service near Thohoyandou served as member delivery. of the National Parliament since 1994 “As an organisation we wish to and was deployed in the Limpopo convey our condolences to the family. Province in 2004. She became the We shall always be with you in this executive mayor of Vhembe District time of mourning,” he added. Municipality in 2006 and served in She will be buried on Saturday and The late former executive mayor of this capacity until 2007. the function will start at her home in Vhembe District Municipality, Ms The chairperson of the ANC in the Sibasa. Irene Mutsila. By Silas Nduvheni

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Makhado mayor Cllr Shonisani Sinyosi (second from right) cuts the ribbon to open the show officially.

“Makhado’s show is for everyone” day, she again called on organisations to not orgaThe mayor of the Makhado nise events during the last local municipality, Shonisani weekend in July. Sinyosi, has appealed to all “We believe that Makhado residents in the region to belongs to all citizens who stay support the annual show. in Makhado, whether it be During the opening of the black, white or coloured. We Makhado show last Thursare all residents of Makhado, so we must do one thing,” she said. Mayor Sinyosi said that she would engage in more talks with those people who organised their own shows and competed with the Makhado Show. The mayor said that the show had improved a lot this year and ascribed it to the fact that the municipality had once again taken the responsibility for organising it, like they did the year before. “We did not outsource the show to an external serThe Makhado Municipality’s traf- vice provider. We had to fic department was also present make sure that we restore at the show. the pride of our people By Kaizer Nengovhela

by organizing a vibrant show like we did last year. We are satisfied that we have achieved our goal of taking back the Makhado annual show to its former glory days,” she said. Sinyosi said up-and-coming entrepreneurs also had the opportunity to market their small businesses to the public during the annual show. “The show also provided an ideal platform for small businesses to network with government institutions, companies and other organizations that may consider appointing them as service providers,” she said. Some of the hawkers at the show complained about the high stall fees they had to pay. Some also felt that it could have been marketed better, but the consensus was that business was down, compared to previous years. “By coming to the show, we are generating an income, so I’m happy, but it is not as busy as previous years,” one hawker remarked.

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Ms Nyawasedza Livhebe sweeps her one-room mud house where she used to stay with her children.

A new house for Mandela Day By Maanda Bele The mayor of Thulamela, Cllr Avhashoni Tshifhango, recently presented a house to Ms Nyawasedza Josephine Livhebe. She was identified through during a mayoral imbizo at Tshitanini as a disadvantaged individual who was staying in an uninhabitable condition. Livhebe was left speechless and thankful with what the municipality had done for her, “Before the new house, the situation was tough. I was staying in that mud house with my children and grandchild.” A delipidated one-room mud house was the house for her, three children and one grandchild, who had lost her mother. The Thulamela mayor

who also donated food parcels and blankets to the Livhebe family. As the gesture was part of the municipal Mandela Day celebrations, the mayor said the community must act, inspire

change, and make every day a Mandela Day. Thovhele Gole Mphephu was also present at the event and he assisted the mayor in cutting the ribbon.

Cllr Tshifhango and Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli cut the ribbon.

Indian businesses fighting poverty By Elmon Tshikhudo For months now, Indian businesspeople under the umbrella of the Venda Muslim Jamaat in Vhembe are taking a bold stand in the fight against poverty, hunger and underdevelopment in the rural communities. Each month, the group visits an identified community where they hand over groceries that include mielie meal and other basic stuff that could sustain a family for a month. Since they started, they have visited seven villages and more than 700 disadvantaged families have benefitted. Last weekend, the group received a warm welcome when

they arrived at the Malavuwe royal palace, where 140 beneficiaries received food parcels. The local drop-in centre also benefitted. The elderly were not left out as they were also given walking sticks. The group was welcomed by Chief Thusalushaka Mafenya Mphaphuli, who was all praises for the support they were giving his subjects. “We are a very poor community with many families being child-headed and so many of my people not working. We regard this as a blessing, because we have projects here like the giant banana project at Ha-Natsika, but these projects cannot absorb all the unemployed.”

He added that the groceries would change their lives for the better “and our call is that more and more good Samaritans come our way and help our people.” On behalf of the businesspeople, Mr Vaheed Patel said they knew the economic situation in the country, where many could not make ends meet. He said God blessed them so that they can pass on the blessings by helping the needy. “Our long-term plan is to assist the community in starting their own self-sustainable small businesses, such as car washes and spaza shops, that would make them independent, on top of the groceries we give them,” he said.

Fun activities include a Musangwe Fighting Tournament

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Chief Thusalushaka Mafenya (right) and sponsors handing over the food parcels.


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It’s Chippas vs Mighty Girls By Frank Mavhungu

It will be business as usual for the affiliates of the Limpopo Stream of the Sasol Women’s

Maindis sharpshooter Silva Tshabalala.

High Tea at church Notice St Mark’s Anglican Church in Louis Trichardt has invited the region’s ladies to join them for High Tea on 9 August. The High Tea costs R100 per person and will be hosted at the parish from 12:00. The dress code is strictly formal, with a hat. “Come and listen to guest speakers Mr N Nghatsane and Mrs Nedzamba,” invites the church. For more information and to RSVP, phone Tsakani at 079 636 9554 or Olive at 082 798 9133.

League this weekend. After playing two league matches away from home, Chippas United Ladies will entertain their home crowd this weekend. They will host Real Mighty Girls at the Makhuvha Stadium tomorrow afternoon. Chippas played to a 1-1 draw with Sisters Ladies at the Nwamitwa grounds last Sunday and are now tied with Shayandima Morning Stars on 13. Tshandama Young Stars will host Shayandima Morning Stars at the Tshandama grounds. Morning Stars are currently in the third spot on the log with 13 points. On the other hand, Young Stars are perched in the sixth position with only three points. Team Herman will host the Sisters Ladies at the Malamulele Stadium. Herman are still to deposit a point into their league account. The pace setters, Maindis FC, will travel to Giyani Stadium where they will play against Mountain Tigers. It remains to be seen whether the defence of Tigers will have the power to stop Maindis’ strikers, Noko Matlou, Xiluva Tshabalala, Lebohang Ramalepe and Ntombizodwa “Fish” Nhlapo. Maindis are still to drop a league point so far. They have won all seven their matches played to date. Botlokwa Ladies will play against Re Tla Dira Ladies at the Sefene High School grounds. Seven Stars will visit Modimolle Ladies at the Nylstroom Hoërskool’s grounds, while the University of Limpopo will travel to Mphanama village for their match against Mphanama Ladies. In the final match of the weekend, Moria Sweepers will host Kanatla Ladies at the Moria grounds.

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TTM to launch their new branches dou Stadium on Sunday, 20 to the University of Pretoria August. He also announced FC at the Tuks Stadium in As part of their mission that the PSL has approved the Pretoria on Saturday. They to take the club to the name change from Milano performed much better when people, Tshakhuma Tsha United to Tshakhuma Tsha they beat Jomo Cosmos 2-0 Madzivhandila (TTM) FC Madzivhandila FC, following at the Makhulong Stadium in will launch several branches their purchasing of the NFD Thembisa the following day. locally and in Gauteng this franchise from weekend. Milano United two weeks ago. According to the marketAsked about ing manager of the club, Mr the team’s state Nicolas Madzuhe, the first of readiness branch will be launched at for the new Tshakhuma tomorrow (Satseason, he urday) morning. “The club is indicated that based at Tshakhuma village the technical and it makes sense that the team was hard first branch is launched there,” at work to Madzuhe said. ensure that the He added that he would team was ready proceed to Vuwani shortly to face any after launching the Tshakhuchallenge when ma branch. His next stop will the league acbe in Thohoyandou where tivities started the Thohoyandou branch will in two weeks’ be launched. The Pretoria time. and Mutale branches will be He also launched on Sunday. revealed that He stated that his aim was the team had to launch at least 10 branchplayed two es before their first league friendly matchmatch. es in Gauteng Their first league match over the past will be against Cape Town weekend. Mr Nicolas Madzuhe. All Stars at the ThohoyanTTM lost 1-2 By Frank Mavhungu

New NFD teams to use three venues By Kaizer Nengovhela The new Limpopo National First Division team, Tshakhuma Tshamadzivhandila FC, who bought the status of Cape Town outfit Milano FC, will play home games at the Thohoyandou Stadium, with the Giyani and Peter

Mokaba stadiums as alternative venues for home games. Tshakhuma Tshamadzivhandila played in the amateur league of ABC Motsepe in Limpopo province last season. Limpopo will still have two clubs in the NFD. The province was left with one club, Black Leopards FC. This after the other club, Magesi FC, was relegated back to the ABC Motsepe League. Former Baroka FC and Black Leopards FC coach Sello Chokoe has been appointed to be head coach of the NFD rookies and they also hired former U/20 national team coach Solly Luvhengo to assist them. The club’s chairman, Mr Masala Mulaudzi, refused to divulge the amount of the purchase of Milano’s status. He said that although the team was based in Vhembe, they belonged to the community and province at large. According to him, they need the support of the whole province if they want to compete successfully in the league matches. Mr Chokoe said they were in the process of finalising the team.“We have to make sure that we settle quickly. Because we don’t have time to waste, we must start with short-term goals,” he said. The captain of the team, Tshepo Makgokga, says their vision is to see the club in the PSL. A number of experienced players are training with the club. They include former Black Leopards players Bongani Manana, Hector Zulu, Shimi Radebe, Khunadi Nkoana and Hlabane Kutumela.

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Mikhado FC win arbitration held a week later to decide on the matter, the league’s After almost two months of disciplinary committee ruled boardroom war for promothat the player was properly tion between Mikhado FC registered with the club. The and Mpheni Home Defendcommittee’s decision did not go ers, the arbitrator declared down well with Mikhado. They Mikhado the victors. decided to take the matter up The case relates to an inciwith the Safa Appeals board. dent that took place during the The case was initially dismissed Safa Vhembe promotional play- on the basis that proper chanoff match between Mpheni nels were not followed. Home Defenders and MikhaMikhado then went back to do FC at the Thohoyandou the drawing board and filed the Stadium on Sunday, 18 June. appeal afresh. During its sitting Home Defenders won the game held at the league’s offices two through penalty shoot-out after weeks ago, the South African a 2-2 draw at the end of the Football Association (Safa) regulation time. appeals board ruled in favour Mikhado lodged a protest of Mikhado FC. The Appeals with the referee shortly before board found that Mulaudzi had the game started. In their a dual registration and that he protest, Mikhado alleged that was registered with another one of the players for Home club from Safa Capricorn Defenders, Rinae Hector during the 2016/17 soccer Mulaudzi, was not properly season. registered with the club. The board again ordered that During its meeting that was Home Defenders must forfeit By Frank Mavhungu

Two fighters exchange blows during the tournament.

Some lusty blows during the show By Kaizer Nengovhela The Makhado show in Louis Trichardt ended with musangwe, a bare-knuckle fistfight tournament, at the Louis Trichardt show

grounds on Saturday. The popular indigenous boxing tournament was hosted by the Matsila Community Development Trust. The sport involves male opponents who fight each other with their

Photographed during the event are Chief Mahandana Mabidi (left), the president of musangwe, Tshilidzi “Poison” Ndevane, and Chief Livhuwani Matsila (right).

bare fists. The president of musangwe, Tshilidzi “Poison” Ndevane, says the indigenous boxing promotes reconciliation because people remain friends after the fights. Ndevane says it was important that the traditional sport be taken to the people for them to experience it. He also praised Chief Matsila for the decision to sponsor the tournament, despite the economic hardships that are facing the business community in the area. Chief Livhuwani Matsila says the tournament should be preserved. “For us as traditional leaders this is a very important competition in terms of preserving our own culture. It is a culture where we teach our young men discipline and respect for each other.”

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at 14:00, Nzhelele Biaba Community Hall, next to former Makhado College

Entrance Fees: Adults: R60.00 & Children: R30.00 Boxers that will be participating on the day: * Mashudu Ramakuela vs Gudani Mudau * Thompho Matodzi vs Chita Nomthuthuzeli * Nyelisani Thagamega vs Zolile Miya * Thizwilondi Nemphandoni vs Balanganani Ndou * Phumudzo Munyai vs Thendo Mulimo

the points to the opponents in all matches where Mulaudzi was fielded and that they must pay all the costs for the appeal board sitting. The Appeals board decision was a bitter pill to swallow for Home Defenders. They immediately prepared the necessary documents and took the matter up for arbitration within 72 hours, as required by the league’s rules and regulations. The arbitrator made a ruling on the matter on Tuesday this week. The arbitrator ratified the appeals board’s decision and again ordered Home Defenders to pay the costs for the appeals board and arbitration sittings. The arbitrators’ decision is binding to both parties in terms of the league’s rules and regulations. Mikhado will now represent Vhembe Regional Football Association in the provincial play-offs.

Manavhela beat Maisa Rainbow to become the new Raimazoal champs By Kaizer Nengovhela Manavhela Black Aces won the Raimazoal Tournament when they beat Maisa Rainbow 3-0 in the final at Manavhela on Sunday. It took Rainbow only two minutes to knock on Aces’ door. Their slender right flank, Nndwamato Netshaulu, miskicked the ball within the box. The game was 10 minutes old when the Aces took the lead. Khodani Masia dished a precooked pass to Billy Kgobewa, who moved forward and unleashed a half volley. The keeper of Rainbow watched helplessly as the ball hit the back of the net. Mpho Chabalala, Rainbow’s holding midfielder, was reprimanded with a card for a dangerous tackle in the 24th minute. The keeper of Rainbow, Godfrey Manzhie, made his presence felt seven minutes before half time. He braved Tshilidzi Chabalala’s shot and palmed the ball away for a corner kick. Aces increased the margin in the 64th minute. Petrus Mpebe beat the offside trap from the left corner and unleashed a rocket from the edge of the box. The ball hit the crossbar and landed across the goal line. Rainbow did not stop fighting, although victory was

almost certain. Aces scored the last goal when Billy Kgobewa

hooked in a loose ball to make it 3-0 in the 80th minute.

Mpho Chabalala of Rainbow with the ball.

SAB League play-offs finally get scheduled for this weekend are gearing up for the playoffs are: Ditlou FC (Sekhukhune) as The much-awaited SAB well as Ditlou FC of Waterberg, League provincial playoff Baroka FC (Capricorn), Mikhamatches will finally be played do FC (Vhembe) and Nkowanat the Makhuvha Stadium kowa Barcelona (Mopani). this weekend. Tomorrow’s programme The event was postponed will be opened by the match several times as a result of between Mikhado and Baroka pending cases relating to the at 08:00. The rest of the fixregistration of players. The tures are: Ditlou (S) vs Baroka; last case to be finalized was Mikhado vs Ditlou (W); Baroka between Mikhado FC and vs Ditlou (S) and Ditlou (W) Mpheni Home Defenders, Nkowankowa Barcelona. which was laid to rest on TuesDitlou from Waterberg and day this week. their Sekhukhune counterparts Five teams representing the will be the first to enter the five districts in Limpopo Prov- field play on Sunday morning. ince will battle it out in the two- The rest of the matches are day event. The five teams that Nkowankowa Barcelona vs By Frank Mavhungu

Mikhado; Baroka vs Ditlou (W), Mikhado vs Ditlou (S) and Nkowankowa Barcelona vs Baroka. According to the rules of the tournament, no player without a valid identity document or passport will be allowed to play. The two teams that will finish on top of the mini league log will gain promotion to the ABC Motsepe League. Safa Vhembe was represented by Madridtas FC in last year’s tournament at the University of Limpopo Stadium. Madridtas failed to make the grade as they finished the tournament in the third position.


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of 2013) that I have applied to the LIM345 Municipality for the Land Development Application for the extension of the above mentioned site to 2341 SQM and the land use thereof from Fruit and 55 Commercial Rd Vegetable Business to Mini Shopping Complex with a Louis Trichardt maximum size of 2341SQM for the erf and a maximum Paper, Stationery, of 1132 SQM leasable floor area. Cartridges, Particulars of the application Stamps will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Municipal Manager of LIM345 Municipality, Municipality Office, Private Bag X9271, Malamulele, 0982 for a period of 30 days from 28 July 2017 Objection to or representations in respect of the application can be lodged with or made in writing to the same address as above within the period of 30 days from 28 July 2017. Address of applicant: Portion 6 of the farm Vygeboomdrift, Louis Trichardt, P O Box 4187, Louis Trichardt Contact Mariaan 0920. Cell: 083 227 3679, 082 489 1679 Phone: 015 151 0073, Email address: ktsupaquick@ telkomsa.net XITIVISO XA XIKOMBELO KU YA HI XIYENGE XA 75 XA BY-LAW 2016 DASWA LIM 345 LOCAL MUNICIPALITY ATTORNEYS Mina , Cornelius Jooste Notice that Executor’s tani hi n’winyi wa xitandi Liquidation and xa bindzu xa Erf 777 eka Distribution account Xitlhelani, e-xifundza-ntis lying for inspection: songo xa Malamulele lexi Section 35 kumekaka eka ti GPS The estate of the late Nelwamondo Ngodiseni co-ordinates latitude 23 00 Elvis (id no: 470701 525 26.44S, Longitude 30 41 7 088) who was ordinary 11.24E, ndzi mi nyika xitiviso resident of Lwamondo ku ya hi xiyenge xa 75(1) xa Village Limpopo and who Spatial Planning and Land died on 24 August 2016 Use Management By-law Estate no: 2383/2016. The xa masipala wa Thulamela First and Final Liquidaxi hlayiwa xi kanwe na swition and Distribution acyenge swa SPLUMA (Act 16 count in the above estate of 2016) leswaku ndzi endlile will be for inspection at the office of the master of xikombelo eka masipala wa the high court (ThoLIM345 xa Land Develophoyandou) and a copy ment Application ku ngetelethereof at the office of the la xitandi lexi boxiweke laha magistrate Court for the henhla leswaku xi kurisiwa district of Thulamela for xi ringanela 2341 wa ti a period of 21 (Twenty squares na ku cinca xitandzi one) days from the date of lexi ku suka eka xitandzi publication hereof. xa xitolo xa “Mihandzu na Dated and signed at Matsavu” kuya endla bindzu Thohoyandou on this the ra “Mavhengele” lexi xitandi 31/07/2017. DASWA ATTORNEYS xi ringanaki 2341 SQM na Office no: 17, Dieprenk muako wu ringanaka 1132 Street, Roodepoort Johan- SQM. nesburg. Vuxokoxoko bya xikombelo Tel: (011) 056 7804 lexi minga byi kumeka hi Cell: 073 231 5803 nkarhi wa ntirho eka Hofisi Fax: 086 769 0432 ya Mufambisi wa Masipala wa LIM345, Municipality NOTICE FOR Offices, Private Bag X9271, APPLICATION IN TERMS Malamulele, 0982 ku ringaOF SECTION 75 OF THE na 30 wa masiku ku sukela BY-LAWS 2016 hi ti 28 ta Mawuwani 2017. LIM345 LOCAL Swivilelo kumbe swibumaMUNICIPALITY bumelo minga tsala swiya I, Cornelius Jooste being the eka Mufambisi wa Masipala authorized occupant of busi- wa LIM345 eka kherefu leyi ness Erf 777 at Xitlhelani nga boxiwa kwala henhla Village, district Malamulele ku nga se hela masiku located at the following GPS ya 30 ku sukela hi ti 28 ta co-ordinates latitude 23 00 Mawuwani 2017. Kherefu 26.44S, longitude ya mukomberi: Portion 6 30 41 11.24E, hereby give of the farm Vygeboomdrift, notice in terms of Section Louis Trichardt, P O Box 75(1) of the Spatial Planning 4187, Loius Trichardt 0920. and Land Use Management Foyini: 083 227 3679, Email By-law of the Thulamela Mu- address: ktsupaquick@ nicipality read with the protelkomsa.net visions of SPLUMA (Act 16

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In the HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA LIMPOPO HIGH COURT : THOHOYANDOU Case No.:594/2012 In the matter between: NEDBANK LIMITED,PLAINTIFF and MUSIWALO GEORGE GUNDULA (ID: 490205 5715 083), FIRST DEFENDANT, MUTHUHADINI ALICE GUNDULA (ID: 570606 1467 087), SECOND DEFENDANT NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION Pursuant to a Judgment of the above Court on 14 February 2013 and Writ of Attachment dated 22 April 2013, the under-mentioned immovable property will be sold in execution on: FRIDAY, 18 AUGUST 2017 at 11H00(am) by the Sheriff Thohoyandou at the Defendants’ property situated at ERF 4817 situate in the township of MAKWARELA, EXTENSION 3. to the highest bidder:ERF 4817 situate in the township of MAKWARELA, EXTENSION 3 Registration Division M.T., Limpopo Province MEASURING: 600 (SIX HUNDRED) SQUARE METRES HELD under Deed Of Transfer TG143471/1998 Subject to conditions contained therein (“the property”) Subject to the following conditions: 1.The property shall be sold “VOETSTOOTS” to the bidder and the sale shall be subject to the provisions of Section 66 of the Magistrate’s Court Act of 1944, as amended, subject however to the confirmation of the sale by the first bondholder, namely NEDBANK LIMITED. 2.The purchase price shall be paid as to 10% (TEN PERCENT) of the purchase price in cash on the date of the sale and the unpaid balance, together with interest thereon at the rate of 8,50% p.a to the date of registration of transfer, shall be paid or secured by a Bank Guarantee, within 14 (FOURTEEN) days after the sale. 3.The following improvements are reported to be on the property, but are not guaranteed: RESIDENCE (no guarantee in this regard); 4. CONDITIONS OF SALE: The full conditions of the sale may be inspected at the offices of the Sherriff of the High Court, Thohoyandou, N.P.D.C Building, Office Number 55B, Thohoyandou, 0950, Tel: 083 728 0159. DATED at POLOKWANE this 21 July 2017. (SGD) PJ VAN STADEN Attorneys of Plaintiff(s) ESPAG MAGWAI ATTORNEYS ADAM TAS BUILDING 26 JORISSEN STREET POLOKWANE Tel: 015- 297 5374/Fax:

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HAMMANN-MOOSA INCORPORATED LOST TITLE DEED Notice is hereby given in terms of the provisions of section 38 (thirty-eight) of the Deeds Registries Act, 1937, that, I, the Registrar of Deeds Limpopo at Polokwane intend to issue a Certificate of Registered Title in lieu of Deed of Transfer T 110017/2007. Passed by the Trustees for the time being of the H G Went Familie Trust, Registration number IT 11918/2004. In favour of The Trustees for the time being of the Madina Family Trust, Registration number IT1788/2005. In respect of Erf 2263, Louis Trichardt Extension 3 township, Registration Division L.S., Limpopo Province, in extent 6799 (six thousand seven hundred and ninety nine) square metres, held by Deed of Transfer T110017/2007, which has been lost or destroyed. All persons having objection to the issue of such Certificate are hereby required to lodge same in writing with the Registrar of Deeds Limpopo at Polokwane within six weeks after the date of the first publication in the Gazette. Dated at Polokwane this 28th day of July 2017. REGISTRAR OF DEEDS HAMMANN-MOOSA INC 131 Krogh Street Louis Trichardt Makhado Email: aktes2@hammannmoosa.co.za Tel: 015 516 1427/8

VAN HEERDEN & RUDOLPH ATT IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF THULAMELA HELD AT THOHOYANDOU Case Number: 512/2016 In the matter between: JARRABILLA INVESTMENTS, Execution Creditor and TSHIKODA (PTY) LTD T/A CHESANTAMA & KONE DONALD MULAUDZI First Execution Debtor NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In PURSUANCE of a judgment in the abovementioned court and Warrant of Execution dated 4/08/2016 and 22/08/2016 respectively, the goods listed hereunder will be sold in execution to the highest bidder by THE SHERIFF’S STORE, LIMDEV BUILDING, MAIN ROAD, GIYANI on 18/08/2017 at 13H00 namely: 1 x 12 Plastic chairs, 1 x 6 Tables, 1 x 1 Chisanyame Chill Out fridge, 1 x 1 Computer set, 1 x 1 Display warmer, 1 x 2 Steel Tables, 1 x 2 Ovens (griller), 1 x 1 Fridge Silver, 1 x 5 Deep Freezer Fridges Dated at Louis Trichardt

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MPHANAMA A.G CHAMBERS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 Kindly be informed that the first and final liquidation and distribution account in respect of the late Mpho Muravha of ID No. (670109070082) who died on the 05 may 2017, Last address: Stand Tshivhilwi village. Estate No: 1033/2017 . Master of Limpopo High Court Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from date of publication. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. Signed at Thohoyandou on this the 06 June 2017 2016 Adv. Mphanama A.G Chambers Old Mutual Building, Office G102, Thohoyandou Our ref: EST 39/20172

MUKWEVHO DEVELOPMENT EXPERTS (PTY) LTD THULAMELA LANDUSE MANAGEMENT SCHEME 2006. We Mukwevho Development Experts (Pty) Ltd, being the authorized agent of the registered owner

of Erf 536 Thohoyandou P-east Limpopo Province, hereby give notice in terms of section 62 (1) and section 71 of the Thulamela Municipality Spatial Planning and Land Use Management by-law 2015, IDP, SDF read together with provision of Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013, that we have made an application to the Thulamela Local Municipality for the amendment of the Land Use Scheme, known as the Thulamela land-use management scheme, 2006, by rezoning of the above-mentioned Erf from “Residential 1” to “Business 1”. Plans and particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of Town planner, Thulamela Municipality for the period of 28 days from the first day of the publication. objections and/or comments or representation in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipality at the above address or at private bag x 5066, Thohoyandou 0950. Address of the applicant, P.O. Box 2314 Polokwane 0700. Cell: 0619840678 Fax: 086 729 8684 Email: info@mukwevhodevelopments.co.za THULAMELA LANDUSE MANAGEMENT SCHEME 2006. Rine vha Mukwevho Development Experts (Pty) Ltd, vha imeleli vhare mulayoni vha vhane vha mavu a divhiwaho ngaupfi Erf 536 Thohoyandou P-east Limpopo Province, Ri nea ndivhadzo malugana na khethekanyo ya 62 (1) na 71 ya mulayo wa Thulamela Municipality Spatial Planning and Land Use Management by-law 2015, IDP, SDF read together with provision of Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013, Uri ro ita khumbelo Masipalani wa Thulamela malugana na u shandukisa kushumisele kwa tshikimu tsha u langa mavu tshi divhiwaho nga upfi Thulamela land-use management scheme, 2006, nga u shandukisa kushumisele kwa tshitentsi tsho bulwaho afho ntha ubva kha “Residential 1” uya kha “Business 1”. Pulane na dzinwe dokhumenthe dza khumbelo iyi dzinga wanala ofisini ya Town planner, Masipalani wa Thulamela nga tshifhinga tsha mushumo lwa maduvha a 28 ubva duvha la ino khunguwedzo. Khanedzano na vhunwe vhudipfi vhunga rumeliwa kha adiresi ya masipala private bag x 5066, Thohoyandou 0950. Adiresi ya Vhaimeleli, P.O. Box 2314 Polokwane 0700.Thingokhwalwa: 0619840678 Fekhisi: 086 729 8684 Email: info@ mukwevhodevelopments. co.za

NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35 (5) OF ACT

66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the Estate of the late LUTHADA VHUTSHILO, of I.D no: 800915 5934 089 of Fondwe Village, Limpopo Province, who died on the 07/03/2014, ref no: 551/2014, Master’s office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspection for a period of 21 days from date of publication at the Master’s offices. Should no objection be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 25th OF JULY 2017. TSHIDZUMBA MAKONDE ATTORNEYS BOX 240 VHULAUDZI 0926 REF: TMA /EST. 07/2017

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late SINNGU KHATHUTSHELO WATSON I.D no: 590830 5655 085 of 1209, Block-Thohoyandou, Limpopo province, who died on the 12/07/2017 and who was married in community of property to SINNGU AZWINDINI LENMNEY of I.D no: 630301 0114 082. Estate number: 1601/2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou. Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 02ND DAY OF JULY 2017. TSHIDZUMBA MAKONDE ATTORNEYS. BOX 240 VHULAUDZI 0926 REF: REDRESS / EST.08/2017

TSHILIDZI MAKUYA ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE Estate Late Ndou Mboneni Lucas Identity No. 4306125163086 ESTATE NO. 2771/2017 DATE OF DEATH 2017-07-15. Last Known Address: LWAMONDO MVELAPHANDA Creditors and debtors in the above-mentioned estate are hereby required to lodge their claims with and to pay their debts to the undersigned within thirty days of the date of publication hereof. TSHILIDZI MAKUYA 2ND FLOOR OFFICE NO 46 LIMDEV BUILDING THOHOYANDOU CELL: 076 744 8856 FAX: 086 608 0637 Our ref: TPM/007

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE

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Estate Late MATHELEMUSE TAKALANI GEORGE, I.D no: 370204 5080 080 of 2627, Makwarela location, Limpopo province who died on the 05/06/2017 and who was customarily married to: ROMA MERRIAM I.D no: 450621 0112 084, ROMA KHATHUTSHELO PRESCILLA I.D no: 480723 0654 083, MATHELEMUSA THINAVHUYO MARIA I.D no: 570803 6187 001, MATHELEMUSA MBENGENI SELINAH I.D no: 480809 61906018. Estate number: 1581/2017 Master’s office: Thohoyandou. Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publication. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 01st DAY OF AUGUST 2017. WISANI BALOYI INC. BOX 3305 LOUIS TRICHARDT 0920 REF: REDRESS / EST.33/2017

IGWEBILA INTERNATIONAL NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS (EIA) Notice is given in terms of Environmental Impact Assesment Regulation published in government notice R.544 of 18 June 2014 of National Environmental Management Act (act no: 107 of 1998) as amended to carry out the following project: Project Description: Proposed expansion of filling station with 3 petrol underground tanks at Saselamani village, within LIM 345 Local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Project Location: Saselamani Village, adjacent to the R524 road about 35km from the turn-off to Malamulele. Proponent: MR Nkuna GT P.O.Box 393, Saselamani, 0928, Tel: 015 853 1458 Environmental Consultant: IGWEBILA INTERNATIONAL (PTY) Ltd In order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and affected party or if requiring further information regarding this project, please submit your name and contact details stating your interest and relevant issue on the matter in writing within 30 days of publication of this notice. All queries and comments need to be directed to the following address: IGWEBILA INTERNATIONAL Att: Mr Bilankulu Mafemani Cliff P.O.Box 422, Gumani, 0953, Cell: 076 243 954; Fax: 086 500 4469 E-mail: igwebilaint@ gmail.com

DEADLINES FOR ADVERTS: Colour adverts: Mondays 16:00 • Classifieds and display adverts: Tuesdays 15:00


LIMPOPO MIRROR

16 4 August 2017

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY

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

TENDER NO. 61 OF 2017 PUBLICATION OF ALL TENDERS, NOTICES AND VACATION POSTS FOR THE PERIOD OF TWELVE MONTHS

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Publication of all Tenders, Notices and Vacation Posts for the Period of Twelve Months. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 08 August 2017 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200,00.

BID NO 25/2017/2018: PROVISION OF AUCTIONEERING SERVICES (3 YEARS CONTRACT)

Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 61 of 2017: Publication of all Tenders, Notices and Vacation Posts for the Period of Twelve Months.” 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, 25 August 2017 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado.

Thulamela Municipality invites prospective service providers for the provision of auctioneering services. Bid documents will be available as from 8 August 2017 between 08h00 and 15h30 upon non-refundable cash payment of R572.00 per document at Procurement office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou, 0950 Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance Status Letter or Tax Clearance Compliance Number. • Company Registration Documents(e.g CK) • 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). • Proof of registration as auctioneers • List of similar services rendered with client contact details.

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: • • • • • •

Valid Tax Clearance Certificate issued with pin A copy of Company Registration Certificate Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s) (Not later than three months) Certified copy of BBBEE Certificate (For Preferential Points) (Not later than three months) Proof of payment of municipal accounts, statement, formal lease Agreement for rental, letter from the Traditional Authority (Not later than three months) Copy of Central Supplier Database Summary

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 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.

All technical enquiries can be directed to Ms. T P Ntsieni at (015) 519 3179, Mr. M C Tshikosi at (015) 519 3119, 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: 07 of 2017 File No: 8/3/2/1507

Vacancy

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Sealed bids must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID.25/2017/2018: “PROVISION OF AUCTIONEERING SERVICES” 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 11h00 on the 8 September 2017. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou.

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Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act 5 of 2000) Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of 80:20 preferential points system.

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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 the submission thereof. Technical Bid enquiries can be made with Ms Nemaname M at telephone no (015) 962 7517 and administrative bid enquiries can be made with Ms Mudau P at 015 962 7796.

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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

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

VACANCIES

A brand new retail shop is looking for dynamic, committed and experienced individuals for appointments in the following positions:

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

TENDER NOTICE All interested service providers are hereby invited to submit written quotations and deliver them to Makhado Municipality’s tender box.

STORE MANAGER Requirements: • Minimum 10 years experience in retail industry. • Must have knowledge and experience with IQ and SPAR software. • Excellent customer service and communication and human capital skills.

MAK127/2016/2017

DEPARTMENT SUPERVISOR Requirements: • Minimum 5 years experience in retail industry. • Must have knowledge and experience with IQ software. • Excellent customer service and communication skills.

Request for Quotation for Supply and Delivery of New Total Stations (Theodolites)

MAK128/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for the Supply of Material, Delivery and Labour for construction Dzanani Carport

CIDB Grading 1GB

Monday, 07 August 2017 at 10H00 at Dzanani Regional Office

11 August 2017 at 12h00

MAK129/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for the Supply of Material, Delivery and Labour for steel palisade fence at Vleifontein regional office

CIDB Grading 1SQ

Monday, 07 August 2017 at 14H00 at Vleinfontein Satellite Office

11 August 2017 at 12h00

MAK130/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for Supply of Material, Delivery and Labour for concrete palisade fence at Tree park along N1 Road

CIDB Grading 1SQ

Monday, 07 August 2017 at 12H00 at (Makhado Information Centre)

11 August 2017 at 12h00

MAK131/2016/2017

Request for Quotation for the Appointment of professional valuer to determine a market related price

Attach Professional Valuer Certificate

ADMIN Requirements: • Minimum 5 years experience in retail industry. • Must have knowledge and experience with IQ software. • Must have experience on Pastel / IQ / Quick-books.

QUOTATION NO

RECEIVING Requirements: • Minimum 5 years experience in retail industry. • Must have knowledge and experience with IQ software for GRV and stock control. BUTCHERY - BLOCKMAN Requirements: • Minimum 5 years experience in retail industry, specifically butchery. • Good communication and computer skills. • Must be fluent in English. DELI / BAKERY / BUTCHERY Requirements: • Minimum 5 years experience in retail industry. • Good communication skills and fluent in English. SECURITY Requirements: • Minimum 5 years experience in retail industry. • Excellent customer service. • Good communication skills and fluent in English. CLEANERS Requirements: • Minimum 5 years experience in retail industry. • Good communication skills and fluent in English. PACKERS Requirements: • Minimum 5 years experience in retail industry. • Good communication skills and fluent in English.

Please send your CV to: alldayssavemor@gmail.com Closing date for applications are 15 August 2017. If you had no response after 14 days of the closing date, then consider your application unsuccessful.

DESCRIPTION

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT

COMPULSORY BRIEFING SESSION

CLOSING DATE 11 August 2017 at 12h00

11 August 2017 at 12h00

Please Note: 1. Specifications of the quotations and MBD 6.1 and MBD 4 can be downloaded from the municipal website www.makhado.gov.za or a hard copy can be obtained from Supply Chain Management office B043, Civic Centre, No.83 Krogh Street, Makhado Municipality 2.

For more information, enquiries must be directed to Ms TP Ntsieni, Ms SIN Sibisi or Mr M Ramabulana at 015 519 3179/3129/3024 during office hours.

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 181 of 2017 File No: 8/3/2/1

MR. M.J KANWENDO ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID

Thulamela Municipality invites qualified and experienced contractors for provision of the following services BID NO

DESCRIPTIONS

BID PRICE

BID 96/ 2016/ 2017

Supply and delivery of Compac- R539.00 tor trucks

TENDER NOTICES REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

PROVISION OF OFFICE ACCOMMODATION FOR A PERIOD OF UP TO FIVE YEARS IN RESPECT OF THOHOYANDOU JUSTICE CENTRE (LEASES RANGING FROM SEVEN TO TEN YEARS WILL ALSO BE CONSIDERED) Bid/Tender No

17/2017

CONTACT PERSON

EVALUATION CRITERIA

Closing date

5 September 2017

Ms Rambuda T.L 072 141 3369 or Ms Mudau P 015 962 7796

80/20 preference points system

Time

11h00

Submission

Thohoyandou Justice Centre, Shop 2 Metropolitan Complex, Thohoyandou 0950

Bid Enquiries

Fhulufhelo Mukhadakhomu Tel: 015 962 6268

Bid documents will be available as from the 08 August 2017 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance Status Letter or Tax Clearance Compliance Number. • Company registration documents (e.g. CK) • 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.

Technical Enquiries Thomas Madzanga Tel: 015 962 6268 Briefing session date and venue

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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 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 or sworn affidavit. 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 80:20 preferential points system. 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, 25 August 2017. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou.

UNIVERSITY OF VENDA INVITES EXPERIENCED SERVICE PROVIDERS TO BID FOR THE FOLLOWING SERVICES

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 the submission thereof

FN/01/17/2017

APPOINTMENT OF A DEBT COLLECTION SERVICE PROVIDER

N/A

R380

11/08/2017 at 09H00 Art Gallery

24/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

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.

UNIVEN-CSER 001/2017

SUPPLY OF HYGIENE SERVICES

N/A

R380

11/08/2017 at 10H00 Art Gallery

24/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

UNIVEN-CSER 002/2017

PEST CONTROL

N/A

R380

11/08/2017 at 10H00 Art Gallery

24/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

GEN/01/2017

STANDBY GENERATOR SET INSTALLATION

3EP/EB

R380

11/08/2017 at 11H00 Art Gallery

24/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

EE/SL-05-2017

INSTALLATION OF STREET LIGHTS

2EP

R380

11/08/2017 at 11H00 Art Gallery

24/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

SEC/01/17

PROVISION OF SECURITY ALARM SYSTEM, MONITORING AND ARMED RESPONSE SERVICES TO VARIOUS ON AND OFF-CAMPUS BUILDINGS

N/A

R800

11/08/2017 at 12H00 Art Gallery

24/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

RFT/02/R/2017

SUPPLY DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION OF A MULTIDETECTOR HPLC SYSTEM (WITH PHOTODIODE ARRAY AND SINGLE QUADRUPOLE MASS DETECTION)

N/A

R380

N/A

24/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: CONTRACTORS TO ENTER INTO THE LIST OF PRE-APPROVED CONTRACTORS LIST TO PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF VENDA

7GB or Higher

N/A

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

SES/006/2017

REFURBISHMENT OF 39 SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VENDA

4GB

R800

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

F5/006/2017

REFURBISHMENT OF F5 STUDENT RESIDENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VENDA

2GB

R380

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

SH/006/2017

REFURBISHMENT OF EXISTING SPORT HALL

3GB

R380

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

ITC/006/2017

REFURBISHMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 1 & 2 AT UNIVERSITY OF VENDA

3GB

R380

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

SRLCG/006/2017

REFURBISHMENT OF 60 STUDENT RESIDENCE (LOST CITY-GIRLS)

5GB

R1100

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

SRLCB/006/2017

REFURBISHMENT OF 61 STUDENT RESIDENCE (LOST CITY-BOYS)

5GB

R1100

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

UDSH/006/2017

RENOVATION OF UNIT D STAFF HOUSES AT UNIVERSITY OF VENDA

3GB

R380

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

SH/006/2017

REFURBISHMENT OF 66 EXISTING SPORTS HALL C-09 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VENDA

3GB

R800

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

CSHSL/006/2017

CONSTRUCTION OF PAVING AT STAFF HOUSE AND UNBLOCKING OF DRAINAGE AT SCHOOL OF LAW AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VENDA

3GB

R380

11/08/2017 at 14H00 Art Gallery

25/08/2017 at 12H00 midday

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

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NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF TWO (2) BRIDGES AND ITS ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURES AT HA-LAMBANI VILLAGE, WITHIN THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY OF VHEMBE DISTRICT IN LIMPOPO PROVINCE. Notice is hereby given in terms of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations, published in Government Listing Notice 1 of 08 December 2014 of the National Environmental Management Act of 1998 (Act No: 107 of 1998), and in accordance with the regulations promulgated in terms of the Nema regulations as per amendments, that Thulamela Local Municipality proposes to develop (2) two new bridges at Ha-Lamabani Village, within Thulamela Local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Gerson Matamela Pty Ltd was appointed by Maragela consulting Engineers Pty Ltd on behalf of Thulamela Local Municipality, to conduct the Environmental Impact Assessment process for the above proposed development. PROPOSED ACTIVITIES The proposed development activities fall within the category of Activity 12 Listing Notice 1, R no. 983 of 08 December 2014, which requires a Basic Assessment. The proposed construction of bridges is listed as follows: • Construction of two (2) new bridges of about; 35.4 x 8.885 m (BRIDGE 1) and 18,9 m x 9.848 m (BRIDGE 2) • The bridge to cater for two lanes 6.0 m Roadway on bridge 1. • With 1500mm wide, sidewalk with pedestrian parameters on both sides on bridge 1. • Geometric Improvements of 150m between, over both bridges. LOCATION The proposed project is located at at Ha- Lambani, about 70km from Thohoyandou, in the Thulamela Local Municipality of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Below are the coordinates for the site; Bridge 1

22°

43’39

46’’

030°

53’6

56’’

Bridge 2

22˚

43’11

46”

030

52’58

64”

PARICULARS OF PROJECT ENGINEERS Maragela Consulting Engineers Mr. A. Quaye P/Bag X8, Westgate Mall 1734 Tel: 011 958 2403 Fax: 011 958 1318

PARTICULARS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT Gerson Matela Pty Ltd Ms T. Kodibona 14 Paul Kruger Street Polokwane Tel: 015 291 2265 Fax: 086 219 0727

Tender documents will be available for collection as of 07 August 2017 during working hours (09:00 to 16:00 Monday to Friday) at Procurement Office No. 43 Facilities Management Building, University of Venda, Thohoyandou. A compulsory briefing will be held as per the above table. A non-refundable tender deposit is required on collection of the tender document, payable in cash at the New Student Administration Building University of Venda or deposited at ABSA Bank, Account number 1000000538 and reference number 00015616. Bids sealed in an envelope clearly indicating the bid number and the project name should be deposited in the tender box located at the University of Venda, Facilities Management Building not later than 12h00 midday as per the table above, where tenders will be opened in public. Univen is not compelled to accept the lowest or any bid. No late, faxed or telephonic bids will be accepted. Bids submitted shall remain valid for a period of 90(ninety) days after the closing date. Enquiries can be directed to Mr A Mudzwari (Chief Demand and Acquisition Officer) at azwifaneli.mudzwari@univen.ac.za

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PUBLIC CONSULTATION Interested and Affected Parties are invited to participate in the Environmental Impact Assessment process, by registering with Gerson Matamela PTY LTD and providing comments. A Background Information Document can be obtained from the (1) Gerson Matamela PTY LTD offices; 14 Paul Kruger street Polokwane, (2) Local tribal Authority offices (based at Ha-Lambani Village), and (3) (Municipal Offices within the study area (Thulamela Local Municipality). A Public Participation Meeting will be held on the 02nd of August 2017, 12 pm at Ha-Lambani Tribal Office/Home.


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18 4 August 2017

TENDER NOTICES THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY PUBLIC NOTICE

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

REGISTRATION OF STAKEHOLDERS TO ATTEND IDP/BUDGET REPRESENTATIVE FORUM MEETINGS: 2017/18 FINANCIAL YEAR Notice is hereby given in terms of Local Government Municipal Systems Act, NO.32 OF 2000, Section 16, that Thulamela Municipality invites organized Structures/ Organizations to formally register with the Municipality in order to attend IDP/Budget Representative Forum Meetings. All written submissions must be sent to the Office of the Speaker from the 04th August 2017 up to 18 August 2017 @Thulamela Municipality, P/Bag 5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 or hand delivered to the Manager: Public Participation Office, Old AGRIVEN Building, and Thohoyandou. Enquiries can be directed to Mr Mbedzi R I/ Mr Madadzhe A R @ 015 962 7500

Project Name: Mutsho Power Project Applicant: Mutsho Power (Pty) Ltd Proposed Activity: The construction, and operation of a new 600MW baseload coal-fired power station and associated infrastructure, including: » Power generation units utilising Pulverised Coal (PC) (with Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD)), or Circulating Fluidised Bed (CFB) boiler technology. » Dry cooling methods. » Dry ash disposal. » Coal to be sourced from the Makhado Colliery, to be developed approximately 20km south-east of the project site and transported to site either via a new 22km rail loop, proposed for development between Makhado Mine and the existing Huntleigh railway siding, or via road transport. Project Location: Two properties have been identified for the development of the proposed project: » Remainder of the Farm Du Toit No. 563 » Remainder of the Farm Vrienden No. 589 The possibility exists that the proposed project may be developed in its entirety on either of the abovementioned properties, or alternatively portions of the project may be developed on both. The properties are approximately 7km south-west of Mopane and approximately 20km north-west of the Makhado Colliery, in the Musina Local Municipality, of Vhembe District, Limpopo Province. Application for Environmental Authorisation: An Integrated Application for Environmental Authorisation (EA) in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (No. 107 of 1998) (NEMA) and a Waste Management License (WML) in terms of the National Environmental Management: Waste Act (No. 59 of 2009) is being undertaken for the project. A full Scoping and Environmental Impact Assessment (S&EIA) process is required in support of this application process. The S&EIA process will support future applications for an Atmospheric Emission License (AEL) in terms of the National Environmental Management: Air Quality Act (No. 39 of 2004) (NEM:AQA), and Water Use License (WUL) in terms of the National Water Act (No. 36 of 1998) (NWA). Public Involvement Process: Savannah Environmental (Pty) Ltd is undertaking the EIA, WML, and Public Participation processes. To obtain further information on the project and to register on the project database, please submit your name, contact information and interest in the project, in writing, to Savannah Environmental:

Gabriele Stein of Savannah Environmental Post: P.O. Box 148, Sunninghill, 2157 , Johannesburg Tel: 011 656 3237 | Fax: 086 684 0547 Email: gabriele@savannahsa.com Website: www.savannahsa.com

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

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY

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THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY BID NOTICE AND INVITATION TO BID

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

BID NO.26/2016/2017(Re- Advert) INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS TO RAISE FUNDS (SECURE LOAN) Bids are hereby invited from experienced Service Providers comprised of accountants, engineers (e.g. civil & electrical etc.), environmental specialist, legal practitioners to raise funds on behalf of the municipality, the service provider should display high level of project management. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of the submission thereof. Bid documents and terms of references are obtainable upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R572,00 from 07 August 2017 at the Procurement Office. All technical enquiries must be directed to Mr Muneri M E or Mrs Nembudani V at (015) 962 7625 or 015 962 7711 respectively, whereas procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr T.P Mudzili at (015) 962 7629. Compulsory briefing session will be held only once on the 15th August 2017 at Thulamela Council Chamber. at 11:00 Bidders will be expected to submit the bid documents and their proposals together with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance letter or Pin (for each company if it is a pool of service providers). • Company Registration Documents. • Proof of updated payments of all the services in the municipality in which the business is registered or where the owner of business resides not older than 3 months and not in arrears for more than 90 days. • Proof of registration with professional bodies. • Track record of similar executed projects with contact details, value and contact person. Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile and CSD report (Please note that the Municipality will only do business with service providers registered on the CSD. NB: Service providers must submit their 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 act (CCA) in order to claim preference points or sworn affidavit. Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act 5 of 2000) Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the terms of reference and in terms of 90:10 preferential points system and functionality. Functionality will be scored out of 100 and bidders who score less than 50 will not be considered for further evaluation.

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Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorized person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “BID No. 26/2017/2018 : PROPOSALS TO RAISE FUNDS” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer Thulamela Local Municipality offices by no later than 11h00 on 8 September 2017 all tenders received in time will be opened in public in the Thulamela Local Municipality offices. Please note: 1. Bid documents, which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or electronically by E-mail, or not having the required certificates attached in-line with the terms of reference, will not be considered for further evaluation. 2. The THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

NOTICE OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS DEVELOPMENT OF THE MUTSHO POWER PROJECT AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE NEAR MAKHADO (LOUIS TRICHARDT), LIMPOPO PROVINCE

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INVITATION TO STAKEHOLDERS/ORGANIZATIONALS/GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT TO ATTEND IDP/ BUDGET REPRESENTATIVE FORUM MEETING Notice is hereby given in terms of Local Government: Municipal System Act, NO: 32 of 2000, section 28, that Thulamela Municipality invites Government Department /stakeholders/ structures to attend 1st IDP/Budget Representatives Forum Meeting Details of the Meeting are indicated below: DATE: 16 August 2017 TIME: 10h00 VENUE: Thohoyandou Indoor Sports Centre Enquiries can be directed to Mr Mbedzi R.I/ Mr Madadzhe A.R @ 015 962 7500(During office hours) MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

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

TENDER NO. 61 OF 2017 PUBLICATION OF ALL TENDERS, NOTICES AND VACATION POSTS FOR THE PERIOD OF TWELVE MONTHS Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the Publication of all Tenders, Notices and Vacation Posts for the Period of Twelve Months. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 08 August 2017 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200,00. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 61 of 2017: Publication of all Tenders, Notices and Vacation Posts for the Period of Twelve Months.” 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, 25 August 2017 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: • • • • • •

Valid Tax Clearance Certificate issued with pin A copy of Company Registration Certificate Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s) (Not later than three months) Certified copy of BBBEE Certificate (For Preferential Points) (Not later than three months) Proof of payment of municipal accounts, statement, formal lease Agreement for rental, letter from the Traditional Authority (Not later than three months) Copy of Central Supplier Database Summary

All technical enquiries can be directed to Ms. T P Ntsieni at (015) 519 3179, Mr. M C Tshikosi at (015) 519 3119, 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: 07 of 2017 File No: 8/3/2/1507

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

MR. M.J KANWENDO ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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4 August 2017 19

Sweet revenge for Mikhado against Mpheni Defenders By Frank Mavhungu

The champions, Tshakhuma Na Ndilani FC.

TTN are the Nevari U/15 champions By Frank Mavhungu Tshakhuma Na Ndilani FC (TNN) were crowned the champions of the Edward Nevari U/15 Soccer Tournament last Saturday.

The captain of TNN, Maboho Nevari, receives his team’s trophy from Mr Wilson Nevari.

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www.limpopomirror.co.za Team Mukondeni S Stars Majosi Embassy FC Bungeni Y Diplomats Hlanganani United FC Chavani United FC Bodwe FC Koki FC Jomo Young Stars Mbhokota FC Matsila Morning S Basani Arsenal FC Mashau Bodwe Vision

Hlanganani Stream A Played Won Draw Lost 17 9 6 2 16 8 5 2 17 8 4 5 17 6 8 3 17 7 5 5 16 7 4 5 17 7 3 7 16 5 6 5 17 5 5 8 17 4 6 7 17 4 5 8 18 2 2 14

For 29 31 30 35 30 26 23 27 20 16 20 8

Against Points 15 33 20 30 21 26 23 26 21 26 20 25 26 24 24 21 24 20 24 18 24 17 41 8

Team Mukondeni United FC Tshivhuyuni Two for J Mulima Young Stars Manyima Mars B Donkerhoek City Crush Tswika Riverbanks FC Tshivhangani Stone B Lambani United FC Slanger AC Milan Mamphage Tip Top Lambani Rolling S Gumani Young Stars

Hlanganani Stream B Played Won Draw Lost 18 13 2 3 17 9 6 2 17 9 4 4 18 8 4 6 18 7 7 4 18 7 4 7 18 5 9 4 19 6 5 8 16 4 7 5 18 4 4 10 16 4 3 9 17 3 4 10

For 31 23 25 29 23 23 18 17 23 22 15 15

Against Points 18 41 17 33 16 31 26 28 22 28 23 25 18 24 22 23 22 19 25 16 24 15 23 13

Team Mambedi FC Mpheni Barcelona The Ret Mailaskop Pull Together Mailaskop Academy FC Elim Blackpool Juniors Valdezia Juventus FC Vleifontein United FC Thothololo FC Mailaskop Action Killers N'waxinyamani Wiltry FC Nthabalala Top Guns Vari Tiger Boys

Hlanganani Stream C Played Won Draw 17 10 4 17 6 9 17 7 6 17 6 7 16 6 6 17 7 2 15 6 2 17 5 5 15 5 5 16 5 3 17 4 0 15 2 3

Lost 3 2 4 4 4 8 7 7 5 8 12 10

For 26 28 22 25 17 25 24 18 15 19 10 13

They beat Tshakhuma Young Lions 2-0 in the final at Tshakhuma Malaria. TNN received a floating trophy, gold medals and three soccer balls during a ceremony at the grounds shortly after the final. The runners-up, Young Lions, took home silver medals and two soccer balls. The remaining teams were each given a consolation prize of two soccer balls each. Tshifhiwa Mukwevho of Young Lions was nominated the most disciplined player in the tournament. The top goal scorer award was given to Adivhaho Madzivhe of TNN. Abel Mashau of Young Lions was the recipient of the player of the tournament award. The individual winners all received trophies. TNN, Tshakhuma Young Lions, Musundwa FC, Yebo Yes, Tshakhuma Young Tigers and Shayandima FC participated in the tournament TNN beat Musundwa FC 2-3 in the semifinal stage of the tournament. Young Lions’ way to the final went via Yebo Yes, whom they beat 3-1. According to one of the organisers of the tournament, Mr Mashudu “Coolio” Ndou, the tournament was staged in honour of one of the local soccer legends, the late Edward Nevari. Globe Financial Services and Sitimba Estate were the main sponsors of the tournament, while local community members also donated some cash. Limpopo The Fresh One Stream A Team Played Won Draw Lost Tshikhwani Stone Breaker 19 14 4 1 Madombidzha Celtics FC 20 13 5 2 Madombidzha Try Again 22 12 4 6 Tshikota Chelsea F.C 21 10 8 3 Ravele Highlanders FC 20 11 3 6 Matika FC 20 10 2 8 Ravele Black Dragons 19 7 7 5 Dave 16 F.C 16 8 2 6 Madabani Black Mambas 22 6 4 12 Tshiozwi Mates FC 22 6 7 10 Ramahantsha Lotavha FC 18 6 3 9 Gogobole H Defenders 20 5 2 13 Family Black Rovers 20 3 2 15 Sinthumule Dangerous St 22 2 5 15 Limpopo The Fresh One Stream B Team Played Won Draw Lost Midoroni Real Hearts 20 18 0 2 Mira Black Pull 21 13 3 5 Zamenkoste Happy Boys 21 11 5 6 Makhitha Yellow Birds 18 11 3 4 Muraleni Young Rebellions 20 11 3 6 Madodonga Happy Hearts 20 10 6 4 Maebani Aces United 22 9 5 8 Benny's Care Academy 13 8 3 2 MML FC 19 7 5 7 Kutama Y Stars 20 6 2 12 Tshiozwi Barcelona FC 20 6 1 13 Muduluni Young Chiefs 21 4 4 13 Maisa Rainbow Academy F.C 21 3 2 16 Manyeleti FC 22 1 4 17 Hlapa League Log (Latest) 1/07/2017 Team Played Won Draw Lost Iketleng Pool Club 19 15 1 3 Thabelo Pool Club 19 14 1 4 Diza Dazzlers Pool Club 19 11 4 4 Bombo Pool Club 19 10 2 7 Oom Pieter Pool Club 19 9 4 6 Modjadji Pool Club 19 8 7 4 Loss Matheka Pool Club 19 10 1 8 Toy Pool Club 19 9 1 9 Bambika Pool Club 19 8 3 8 Mamba Pool Club 19 9 0 10 Hillside Pool Club 19 7 4 8 Hlayisekani Pool Club 19 7 3 9 Wata Pool Club 19 7 1 11 Gilson Pool Club 19 7 1 11 Petermzala Pool Club 19 5 4 10 Diza Pool Club 19 5 2 12 Cocks Pool Club 19 4 2 13 Goloza Pool Club 19 3 2 14

Stream A U/13 Boys Team Played Won Drawn Lost Mashamba Soccer academy 2 2 0 0 Sereni Home Boys 1 1 0 0 Against Points Madapha Soccer academy 2 1 0 1 20 34 Mukondeni Shooting stars 3 0 2 1 19 27 Mashamba Shinning Stars 2 0 1 1 16 27 Bodwe FC 1 0 0 1 18 25 17 24 Stream B U/13 Boys 22 23 Team Played Won Drawn Lost 24 20 Manavhela Ablex FC 1 1 0 0 22 20 Maisa Rainbow All Sports Academy 1 1 0 0 17 20 Kutama Young stars 1 0 1 0 30 18 MML FC 1 0 1 0 25 12 Midoroni Real Hearts 1 0 1 0 24 9 Muduluni Young Chiefs 1 0 0 1

For 49 57 38 38 46 39 37 38 33 29 34 19 23 11

Against Points 14 46 20 44 17 40 21 38 38 36 36 32 33 28 23 26 42 22 41 22 38 21 46 17 48 11 58 11

For 77 52 45 51 34 26 38 39 24 25 25 20 19 12

Against Points 14 54 23 42 30 38 26 36 25 36 19 36 27 32 14 27 35 26 39 20 57 19 39 16 65 11 67 7

For 223 230 209 211 199 207 160 199 191 177 199 186 185 190 185 168 165 142

Against Points 157 46 150 43 171 37 169 32 181 31 193 31 220 31 181 28 189 27 183 27 181 25 194 24 195 22 190 22 195 19 212 17 215 14 218 11

For 6 2 1 0 0 0

Against Points 0 6 0 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 0

For 8 3 1 1 1 0

Against Points 0 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 0

Ndaedzo Mareda, tried his luck with a volley from the 25-meter area. The keeper of Mikhado, Elekanyani Nemakanga, watched helplessly as the ball hit the back of the net. Mareda’s goal was voted the best in the tournament, earning him a cash prize of R1 000 during a prize-giving ceremony held at the stadium after the game. Mikhado fought back, and in the 34th minute Mpho Mavhandu blasted in a rocket from the edge of the box to

bring the half-time score to 1-1. Home Defenders replaced Trust Tshidumo with Aaron Liswoga early in the last half. Mikhado responded by introducing Aluwani Nedzamba and Phathutshedzo Thifhulufheli for Andani Makondelele and Zwivhuya Mmbadaliga respectively. Mikhado’s winning goal came in the 78th minute. Ndivhuwo Havhi beat the keeper with a volley from a free kick.

Mikhado FC beat Mpheni Home Defenders 2-1 at the Makhuvha Stadium on Saturday and were crowned the winners of the 2017 Total Soccer Challenge KO competition. The victory was sweet revenge for Mikhado after losing 3-5 to Home Defenders in their promotional play-off match at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Sunday, 18 June. The game was played under protest. Mikhado lodged a protest with the match officials before the game kicked off. Mikhado’s protest was about one of the Defenders’ players, Hector Mulaudzi, whom they alleged was not properly registered with the club. Defenders were by far the better side when it came to ball possession in the first 15 minutes. Mikhado tried to neutralize them through their rough tackles. The referee, Mr Eric Munyai, reprimanded one of them, Andani Makondelele, with a card for dangerous play in the eighth minute. Defenders were the first to find the net. Their solitary goal came in the 18th minute. Their Mirror Mudzanani of Home Defenders hooks the ball, while NdivhuRastafarian striker, wo Havhi of Mikhado is focused on it. U/15 Boys Stream A Team Played Won Drawn Lost Mashamba Soccer Academy 4 3 1 0 Mashamba Shining Stars 4 3 0 1 Madapha Soccer Academy 4 2 2 0 Sereni Home Boys 4 2 2 0 Bodwe 3 1 1 1 Tshivhuyuni Flying Doves 3 1 0 2 Vleifontein United FC 3 1 0 2 Bokisi Scientists FC 4 1 0 3 Mukondeni Shooting Stars 3 0 2 1 Riverplaats FC 4 0 1 3

For 7 11 6 5 4 3 3 1 1 0

Against Points 2 10 2 9 2 8 2 8 3 4 4 3 5 3 6 3 6 2 6 1

U/15 Boys Stream B Team Played Won Drawn Lost Midoroni Real Hearts 1 1 0 0 Manavhela Ablex FC 1 1 0 0 Kutama Young Stars 1 0 1 0 MML FC 1 0 1 0 Muduluni Young Chiefs 1 0 0 1 Maisa Rainbow All Sports Academy 1 0 0 1

For 5 3 1 1 1 1

Against Points 1 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 0 5 0

Team Played Mutsha Atlantis FC 15 Muungamunwe Stone 14 Doli Anchors FC 13 Mariadze Real Stars 14 Mashau Bafanas FC 13 Mission Y Rovers 14 Phadziri Development FC 12 Tshakhuma Seven S 12 Mashau Y Stars 7 SS United FC 11 Mashau Thenga B E 10 Tshisimani TVET 12 Tshakhuma Blue Birds 12

Vuwani Stream A Won Draw Lost 10 4 1 8 3 3 6 5 2 7 1 6 5 4 4 5 4 5 5 3 4 5 2 5 4 2 1 3 4 4 2 1 8 1 4 7 0 2 10

For 36 23 21 33 30 19 21 19 10 16 11 12 10

Against Points 18 34 13 27 14 23 38 22 17 19 24 19 21 18 19 17 4 14 23 12 23 7 18 6 29 2

Team Vyeboom Marikana Ramukhuba D Makhasa United FC Mabidi Mighty Greens Tshino Village B Malonga Vultures FC Tshimbupfe Disco Stars Tshirululuni XI Bullets Tshilata Real Rovers Manavhela Black R Limpopo Silver Stars Nesengani Shooting S

Vuwani Stream B Won Draw Lost 11 2 2 7 3 3 7 2 3 6 3 4 6 3 6 5 3 1 4 4 4 4 1 7 3 1 6 2 3 9 2 2 3 2 1 10

For 21 18 19 20 16 25 19 14 5 24 13 9

Against Points 12 35 15 24 11 23 17 21 18 21 8 18 17 16 21 13 13 10 36 9 14 8 24 7

Nzhelele Stream A Team Played Won Draw Lost Phadzima KSP Young Stars 25 18 3 3 Vuvha United FC 24 17 4 3 Matshavhawe United FC 23 13 4 5 Raliphaswa FC 24 13 7 4 Rabali Extremely Dangerou 22 12 4 6 Vuvha Kill Them All 27 13 3 11 Matshavhawe C T See 23 11 4 8 Khunda United Brothers 22 10 3 9 Murunwa X1 Experience 22 6 13 3 Mauluma All Stars 24 9 5 10 Tshirenzhe Seven Leopard 25 8 6 11 Mavhunga Thondoni FC 23 7 5 11 Maelula Ramblers FC 22 6 7 9 Mavhunga Home Sweepers 24 7 3 14 Fondwe Mighty Blues 26 6 3 17 Phadzima Shining Stars 22 4 5 13 Mauluma Light Commando 22 4 4 14 Tshituni Yellow Birds 26 2 3 21

For 58 64 43 38 55 50 36 31 38 33 37 35 25 23 34 20 40 13

Against Points 21 57 12 55 23 49 22 46 29 40 42 39 31 38 31 38 36 31 40 31 38 30 41 26 31 25 45 24 76 21 43 17 61 16 56 9

Played 15 13 12 13 15 9 12 12 10 13 7 13

Nzhelele Stream B Team Played Won Draw Sheshe Bush Bucks 25 18 6 Khakhu Real Vultures 25 17 6 Shanzha Continental S 25 13 8 Siloam XI Bullets 23 13 5 Tshikombani Super Stars 23 12 6 Tshiendeulu New Castle 25 10 9 Tshithuthuni Remember 26 10 8 Mandala Young Vultures 21 9 7 Mundunungu Try Again 24 9 8 Khakhu Young Chiefs 22 6 9 MTM United Brothers 22 6 10 Fundudzi United Brothers 23 6 7 Khalavha Napoli FC 23 5 6 Khalavha Young Chiefs 26 4 9 Thononda All Stars 23 5 5 T.T. Devoted Boys 26 3 7 Mphaila Young Tigers 26 2 6 S.J Masethoni Four Broth 24 1 7

Lost 1 2 4 5 5 6 8 5 8 7 6 10 12 13 13 16 18 16

For 52 48 36 31 42 46 36 46 35 30 31 27 25 21 23 22 20 23

Against Points 14 60 16 57 24 47 20 44 32 42 26 39 25 38 22 34 30 34 40 27 25 25 37 25 31 21 35 21 45 20 50 16 67 12 59 10

Nzhelele Stream C Team Played Won Draw Lost Luvhalani Sunshine P 22 14 6 2 Matanda Juventus FC 22 14 5 3 Matsa All Stars 24 14 5 5 Tshikuwi Stone B 22 14 5 3 Mamvuka Disco Five 23 14 4 5 Mudimeli Bombers FC 20 12 2 6 Mudimeli Bomo U 23 10 8 5 Mabirimisa Powerline 21 10 3 8 Ramalamula Mountain C 23 7 4 12 Kokwane Footprints 23 7 4 12 Paradise Maname U 24 7 3 14 Matsa Northern B 21 5 5 11 Tshiswenda Juventus 22 4 3 15 Pfumembe FC 21 3 4 14 Paradise Monaco Ratas 23 0 6 17

For 58 40 41 37 40 40 23 31 28 16 26 15 23 25 7

Against Points 20 48 18 47 20 47 12 47 28 46 19 38 14 38 22 33 34 25 36 25 40 24 35 20 61 15 36 13 43 6

For 33 13 14 8 8 21 10 11 7 6 4 8 1 4 6 3 3 6

Against Points 1 12 1 12 7 10 2 10 5 8 5 7 10 7 8 5 5 5 3 4 5 3 13 3 8 3 20 3 13 2 11 1 21 1 21 1

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

Vhembe Masters Soccer League Played Won Draw Lost 4 4 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 3 1 0 4 3 1 0 4 2 2 0 4 2 1 1 4 2 1 1 4 1 2 1 4 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 4 1 0 3 4 1 0 3 3 1 0 2 4 1 0 3 4 0 2 2 4 0 1 3 4 0 1 3 4 0 1 3

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The best goalkeeper of the tournament, Elekanyani Nemakanga, photographed with Mr Dzulani Makhado from Safa Vhembe (right).

Mikhado FC beat Mpheni 2-1 to become Total Challenge champs By Frank Mavhungu Mikhado Football Club were crowned the 2017 Total Challenge champions when they beat Mpheni Home Defenders 2-1 to lift the trophy. The match took place at the Makhuvha Stadium last Saturday. The team from the Nzhelele Valley took home

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R20 000, gold medals, a floating trophy and soccer kit. Mpheni Home Defenders received R10 000, silver medals and soccer kit during a ceremony at the stadium shortly after the game. Ngwenani Young Chiefs (third), received R7 000, and Phandulaluvalo FC (fourth) R5 000. The teams that lost in the quarterfinals, Obert Ministries Fighters, Beuster Mighty Chiefs, Muswodi Happy Fighters and Makuya Junior Aces, each received R3 600. Wayeni Sea Robbers, (ninth), took home a consolation prize of R2 600.

The captain of Phandulaluvalo, Engedzedzani Mbedzi, was nominated the best player of the tournament and Ndaedzo Mareda of Home Defenders received the best goal scorer’s award. Elekanyani Nemakanga of Mikhado was the best goalkeeper and Mr Itani Musandiwa of Mikhado the best coach award. Mr Eric “Khathikhathi” Munyai, who officiated in the final, was nominated as the best referee. The winners in the individual categories were each given a cash prize of R1 000.

The best player of the tournament, Engedzedzani Mbedzi of Phandulaluvalo, receives his award from Mr Dzulani Makhado from Safa Vhembe (right).

4 August 2017 Limpopo Mirror  

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