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VBS’s woes continue By Elmon Tshikhudo and Anton van Zyl VBS Mutual Bank’s woes seem to be far from over, but amidst all the latest revelations of the shenanigans at the bank, municipal deposits remain frozen, while Stokvels and burial societies have limited access to funds. The fact that all municipal deposits at the mutual bank have been frozen is starting to impact on service delivery in the communities. Last Friday (27th), during a parliamentary portfolio committee meeting, it came to light that three of the municipalities in the Vhembe District had invested a total of just over R385,6 million at VBS. Although the municipalities did not provide specific information on which funds had been invested, it is believed to be money from the national government that was earmarked for specific development projects. A list of 15 municipalities that invested money at VBS Mutual Bank was made available last week. These investments were done despite National Treasury’s warning against such practices. A mutual bank does not have the same protection measures in place as a normal bank, and municipalities were warned that investments with these banks could be viewed as a transgression of the Municipal Finance Management Act. By far the biggest “investor” was also the worst-performing municipality in the district, namely Vhembe District Municipality. Vhembe invested R311 514 197 at VBS, almost 35% of the municipality’s annual operating revenue. The fairly new Collins Chabane Municipality, comparatively speaking, did even worse, investing R122 410 521, or 35,52% of their operating revenue. Makhado Municipality invested R61 712 340 with VBS Mutual. The spokespersons for the Makhado and Vhembe municipalities were asked last week to provide more details on the investments done at VBS Mutual Bank and how this impacted on service delivery. At the time of our going to press they had not responded.

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tion into VBS Mutual Bank. Initial findings of the curator showed that VBS had been “severely mismanaged” and that there was reason to believe that fraudulent reporting and manipulation of financial information had taken place. Last week, City Press reported that VBS Mutual had lent out large sums of money to its own directors and municipal officials. At least five of VBS’s senior executives had received mortgage loans running into millions of rands, the newspaper reported. Loans were also given to people closely related to Vele Investments, the controlling shareholder at VBS. The City Press investigation * R1 000 per day per individual customer/depos- revealed that a R6,9 million loan was given to the Maitazwitoma Trust itor. in 2015. The trustee is Hubert Muzim* R7 000 for a burial society. ba Ramagwede, a director of Dyambeu * R1 000 for a Stokvel. Investments. Dyambeu Investments, * No withdrawals for municipalities. where Vhavenda King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana’s name features promi“The curator is trying to find a solution such that he can lift these restrictions, but for now they apply,” nently, holds 25,22% of the shares of the spokesperson said. VBS Mutual. Veermont, a company run by two A quick survey done in Thohoyandou last week other Dyambeu directors, Tshifhiwa Marevealed that the measures were not welcomed by todzi and Maanda Reuben Phalanndwa, all of VBS Mutual’s customers. The burial societies also received a R2,2 million loan from especially are hard hit by the R7 000 limit. One such burial society that suffered is the NakiVBS in 2015. The problem with the “related” loans sani Burial Society at Mvelaphanda outside Vuwani. is that VBS apparently did not report The society was started by the community to help bereaved families. Recently they had two funerals in these in its annual financial statements. In April, VBS curator Anoosh Rooplal the community and wanted to withdraw R20 000 withdrew VBS’s annual financial statefor the two families. ments for 2017, because they were not to be Community leader Mr Humbulani Netrusted. VBS’s problems also spilled over to makhavhani said they were only allowed to withdraw R1 000, which was far below what they its auditors, KPMG. In mid-April, two KPMG partners wanted. “Just imagine the embarrassment we had to involved in auditing VBS resigned after it endure and explanations we had to give to the famcame to light that they were also beneficiailies who were relying on the money for burial. We are still very angry with the bank. All we wanted was ries of loans from VBS. Their financial inour money and not a loan from them, but they have terests with VBS were not fully disclosed and the auditing firm laid disciplinary charges proved unreliable and we were left with no other option but to terminate our relationship with them,” against them. said Nemakhavhani. from municipalities were utilized to fund long-term loans. Previous reports indicated that the bank had paid brokerage commissions to entities to attract deposits, mainly from municipalities. The deputy Reserve Bank governor, Kuben Naidoo, previously described this practice as “highly unusual for banks”. The parliamentary committee further heard that the bank seemed to have targeted financially distressed municipalities with weak internal controls and poor municipal governance. Apparently, lawyers were used to “facilitate” these municipal deposits. A representative of SizweNtsalubaGobodo, the curator appointed to take control of VBS, confirmed on Friday that the measures to curb the flow of cash out of the bank were still in place. These withdrawal limits include:

Forensic investigation

Early in April, the SA Reserve Bank announced that it had commissioned a forensic investiga-

Community leader Mr Humbulani Nemakhavhani, who said they had terminated their relationship with VBS because the bank was unreliable.


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Man beaten to death after paying a surprise visit to girlfriend By Silas Nduvheni A man who paid a surprise visit to his girlfriend in a neighbouring village ended up being the victim of a mob-justice-style murder. Six villagers are now facing murder charges. The 38-year-old Isaac Nemutamba from Mukovhawabele village near Mutale allegedly went to visit his girlfriend on Friday night, 20 April. The girlfriend stays in the nearby village of Tshivhongweni. When he arrived there, the woman allegedly did not want him to enter the house as she was with another man. From what could be established at this stage, an

The late Isaac Nemutamba.

argument broke out, which later became violent. The woman called in the help of family members and neighbours and the group attacked Nemu­tamba. He was severely beaten and died on the scene. Limpopo police spokesperson Lt –Col Moatshe Ngoepe confirmed last week that six suspects had been arrested and were facing charges of murder. He could not confirm whether one of the suspects is the girlfriend of Nemutamba. The suspects are: Owen Netshivhongweni (35), Fhumulani Netshivhongweni (37), Edis Netshivhongweni, (45), Sedzani Mudanalwo (30), Gladys Netshipale (47) and Takalani Netshivhongweni (29). According to Ngoepe, all the suspects appeared in the Masisi Magistrate’s Court outside Musina last Thursday. The case was postponed until later this week, and all the suspects were remanded in custody without the option of getting bail. A spokesperson for the family of the deceased, Muzila Nemutamba, said the family members were devastated. “We are happy

that the suspects have been arrested by the police and we are hoping the law will follow its course. We were surprised as family members, because it seems that the deceased was beaten, tied up with a rope and his clothes were burnt to ashes during the fight,” said Nemutamba. He said that when the family members went to the mortuary to identify Isaac Nemutamba, they found that the hands of the deceased still had the wires on that were used to tie him up. The local traditional leader of Mukovhawabale, Khosi Lingani Nethengwe, strongly condemned the act of taking the law into one’s own hands. He said if someone had done wrong in the community, he or she must be brought to the chief ’s kraal without harming the person or beating them up. Khosi Nethengwe was also worried that the incident had left the community in his village in a state of anger. Apparently, some villagers have started blocking roads and disconnecting water pipes that deliver water to Tshivhongweni village.

Mutilated body of man found in Luvhuvhu River panied by her other son, started searching the area next to the The mutilated body of Mr river. “What they found was Khuliso Madida (30) of only his trousers, the hoe and Tshaulu was found floating maize meal he was supposed in the water of the nearby to have cooked there,” said MugLuvuvhu River on Monday wena. afternoon. The younger brother whistled Madida, a small-scale vegeta- but received no response. They ble farmer in the area, left home moved on to the other portion on Saturday at around 11:00 of the field but could not find after telling his mother that him. What puzzled them was he was going to do his routine the fact that the gate to the inspections at the garden. That small farm area was open. After was the last time the family saw failing to locate Madida, the him. mother alerted other members Ms Mavis Mugwena, a family of the family and the commurepresentative, said that Madida nity, who conducted a search at had left home after taking a hoe the river. and some mealie meal that he The body was only spotted was to cook in the field. “He was floating in the river on Monday. not educated, but he did not Surprisingly enough, the spot let this hinder his progress in where the body was found had life, and that is why he started been searched before. Mugwena farming as a way of earning a said that the body was found living.” without the left leg and hand. Mugwena explained that The right arm of the deceased Madida went to his small farm was broken, and the man’s every day. On Saturday, he did intestines were hanging out. not return at the usual time and According to Mugwena, the his mother became worried. family were told by the police The mother waited until the that the deceased had been atnext morning and then, accom- tacked by a crocodile. The famBy Tracy Ngobeni

ily are, however, very sceptical and are not impressed with the way the police handled the issue. “The family members were denied entry to the mortuary when the body was examined. We wonder why they would not allow any member of the family to be inside, so that we could be satisfied as to what had happened to our beloved son. The way they are handling this case makes it seem that they are hiding something,” she said. Mugwena said that the family were not satisfied with the explanation that he had been eaten by a crocodile. “I have seen the body myself and there are so many unanswered questions. We need to see the post-mortem results. We are still in shock and will not rest until we find out what happened to our son,” said Mugwena. The SAPS’s Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo confirmed that a body was found in the Luvuvhu river without a leg and a hand. He stated that the police could not give a full report on the case because the investigations were still ongoing.

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Hundreds gather to view accused in Ndou murder case By Elmon Tshikhudo

Hundreds of angry residents from Tshitavha and surrounding villages who had come to attend a ritual murder case were left disappointed as they could not be accommodated in the small court room. This was during the appearance of the six accused in the ritual murder case of Ms Mercy Ndou. Ndou was ruthlessly murdered in 2014 and her body parts were harvested. The Makuya Periodical Court can only accommodate about 30 people and court officials struggled to control the huge crowds that wanted to be allowed into the court. This led to a late

start of the court proceedings. Only close family members were allowed to attend. The accused, who were under heavy police guard, finally appeared in court. In a short sitting, the State indicated that it was not ready to proceed with the formal bail application as it still sought certain evidence in connection with the case and one remaining suspect still had to be arrested. The defence argued that the State had advanced the same reasons when seeking a postponement last week. After some deliberations, the court ruled in favour of the State, saying it had advanced valid reasons for more time. The date of 9 May 2018 was given as a

final postponement on which the formal bail application should be heard. The six accused are Gerson Mathoho (52), Eric Khobo (30), Rhulani Shirindi (43), Shonisani Muruge (53), Khuthadzo Tshidino (28) and Azwinndini Ndou (42). They are charged with the ritual murder of Mercy Ndou, who was 33 years at the time of her death. Ndou, originally from Shayandima, disappeared in 2014 after telling her family she was visiting friends and that she would come back later to assist them in moving goods as they were moving to a new house at another location. That was the last time she was seen alive. Her body, with parts missing, was found in the bushes at

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Tshitandani Child Care Centre forced to close its doors Waiting for a permit The struggle to obtain a permit to care for the children has been an ongoing one. The first permit was issued by DSD on 26 March 2013 and was valid for 12 months. According to the Tshitandani Board, the DSD, in spite of being asked for clarity, never gave detailed answers on how long a permit was valid for and when exactly applications must be filed. In some cases, three-month permits were issued and in others seven-month permits. The centre applied for the re-issuing of its permit at the end of December 2017. An inspection meeting was scheduled for 11 December, but representatives of DSD never pitched up. The centre had meetings with the DSD district representatives in March, during which they The six matriculants from Tshitandani in 2017. From left are Rosewell Hove, Langton were again assured that the permit would be Marimabua, Emmanuel Tambire, Alec Tambire, Anthony Hwache and Cuthbert Chabaya. issued. Much to everyone’s surprise, Tshitandani was informed early in April that the centre was The Tshitandani Children’s Home was officialBy Anton van Zyl operating illegally. ly opened in 2009 and initially took care of 10 The full Tshitandani Board had a meeting In one of the most bizarre happenings of the boys. The home provided a safe haven for street with DSD representatives on 13 April during past year, the Tshitandani Child Care Centre children, mostly from Zimbabwe and other which the crisis was discussed. The DSD reprein Tshikota, just outside Louis Trichardt, has neighbouring countries. The children, also declosed down. The Department of Social Described as economic refugees, crossed the border sentatives stated that there was not much that they could do, as the permits were issued at provelopment (DSD) still has not issued a permit in large numbers during that period. Most of vincial level. DSD only received the application allowing the child-care centre to continue them were on their own and in search of better early in January and the red-tape period can last with its activities, and two weeks ago, the 20 job prospects and higher living standards. longer than three months. boys in its care were moved to an overcrowdIn the early years, only one caretaker was According to the chairperson of the Tshitaned shelter in Musina. appointed, but this gradually grew to a staff of The Tshitandani Centre is well known in the seven, which included a manager, three caretak- dani Board, Mr Jacob Kobe, they had no other option in the matter. Once notified by DSD Vhembe District and has enjoyed the support ers, a cook, a cleaner and a security guard. The that the centre was acting without a permit, of the local community for several years. At one number of children at the home also increased the directors had to make a decision. Legally, stage it provided a home to more than 40 boys from the initial 10 to 43 in 2017. the centre was no longer allowed to care for the who, for a variety of reasons, had ended up on In an interview with the Limpopo Mirror in children. The DSD was informed on 16 April of the streets of Louis Trichardt or surrounding January this year, the manager of the centre, their decision to cease activities. areas. The centre was also a showcase for what Ms Nadine Smal, was very proud of what they The child-care centre was notified that the can be achieved with limited resources but with had achieved. One of last year’s matriculants, children would be moved to another facility on passionate staff members and volunteers. Last Emmanuel Tambire, obtained two distinctions 20 April, but two days before the date, DSD repyear, the six matriculants the centre cared for in the final exams. Of the six boys who had all passed their matric exams, five of them with passed their matric exams, they were able to find resentatives arrived at Tshitandani and loaded university exemption. employment for three. The 22 boys in their care the boys into minibuses. This was quite a trauThe centre was informed by DSD during were also progressing well and were all in school. matic experience, as the child-care centre’s staff had had no opportunity to prepare the children April, however, that it was operating illegally as “In the past year, the children’s home worked the permit granting it permission to continue hard at maintaining good relationships with the for the move. Andries Smal, one of the directors of Tshitanwith its activities had still not been issued. The local community, especially the Tshikota resichild-care centre had applied for the re-issuing dents,” said Nadine. This was necessary because dani, is especially upset about the events that unfolded on that day. “We were still desperately of its permit in December last year, but DSD some xenophobic elements were still present, trying to find a solution to minimize the impact replied that it took three months or longer to and people did not always understand what the on the children,” he explained. According to him, issue such permits. Tshitandani’s directors stated children’s home tried to achieve. The children that they had no other option than to cease took part in cleaning campaigns and even helped the children were described as “state-owned activities, as they could not operate outside the other children in Tshikota with school work. legal framework, especially where minors were The children at Tshitandani were encouraged involved. to take part in activities such as working in the community garden. They produced their own vegetables, such as spinach, and also planted History of Tshitandani mealies. Nadine was also very optimistic about the The idea to establish a shelter or a care centre future prospects of the centre and mentioned for street children started in the late 1990s. It did, however, take several years before a suitable that, during a meeting with representatives of DSD on 18 January this year, it was mentioned building could be erected on a site that was acquired adjacent to the Uniting Reformed Church that there was no reason why Tshitandani would not receive a five-year accreditation. in Tshikota.

property” when they were removed and the tears that flowed all around seemingly had little impact. The 20 boys were transported to Musina, where they were put in the care of Christian Women’s Ministry (CWM). Smal said that, from the bit of information that they could gather, most of the boys had since disappeared from the Musina centre. Four of the boys were spotted in Tshikota the following weekend. What also upset Smal is that, when he asked a staff member at the CWM shelter whether they had a permit to care for the additional children, she admitted that this centre did not have the necessary permit either.

An insult to a community? The Tshitandani Child Care Centre is quite unique, in that it enjoyed the support of almost all church and cultural groups in the area. Bergcare, an umbrella body that endeavours to co-ordinate welfare activities in Louis Trichardt, has acted as godfather to the centre since its inception. Bergcare assisted the centre with food and clothes. It also co-ordinated many of the voluntary activities at the centre, such as the additional classes and training programmes conducted by members of the local community. “The community supported us in many ways,” explained Nadine. Some members of the community assisted with tutoring, while others conducted practical lessons, which included anything from baking cakes to art lessons. The organisations that assisted include the SANDF, the SACM and the United Reformed Church in Tshikota. Several efforts to get comment from the DSD representatives were unsuccessful. The fact that most of the events unfolded over a period that included several long weekends and holidays, did not help either. Ms Jennifer Thabethe, the provincial director of the DSD, acknowledged receipt of a list of questions and promised to send it through to the departmental spokesperson. When the provincial spokesperson, Mr Joel Seabi, was reached on Wednesday morning, he acknowledged receipt of the questions but said that it would take time to get comments from the staff members involved. He promised to respond as soon as he had obtained the necessary information.

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After 15 years still no closure for grieving mother By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho A mother’s struggle for justice after her son was ritually murdered has so far proved fruitless. Last month, the Thohoyandou Magistrate’s Court acquitted all suspects who had been pointed out as having taken part in the murder. For the 58-year-old mother, Ms Mulalo Johannah Rambauli, the past 15 years have been a stressful and very sad period. It started when her son, the 23-year-old Mashudu Rambauli, went missing on 14 January 2003. A week later he was found with some of his body parts missing. Rambauli told Limpopo Mirror that her son was buried without the left foot, left hand, both eyes, facial skin, both lips, three fingers on his right hand and four toes on his right foot. “He was also badly injured on the knees,” she said. “But still, we buried him without any knowledge of the whereabouts of all the parts missing from his body.” Rambauli, who hails from Mavunde village, remembers the fateful day on 14 January, when Mashudu told them that he was going to the local soccer ground to play soccer. This would be the last day they would see him alive. Even though the investigation into the murder started in January 2003, it took years before any information on possible suspects became available. One morning in 2010, Ms Rambauli received a phone call from the Kutama Sinthumule Correctional Centre’s chaplain’s office. There was a prisoner who wanted to meet her because he had some news he needed to share with her. “At first I was reluctant to spend my money on transport to Louis Trichardt, where the Kutama Sinthumule Correctional Centre is situated,” she said. When

she eventually arrived at the prison and the prisoner was brought to the chaplain’s office, she received the shock of her life. “He explained that he had had sleepless nights and restless days for years, because my son’s spirit was visiting him all the time, telling him to tell me about his killing,” she told Limpopo Mirror. “He had already sought spiritual counselling from

them a full confessional statement and a list of about 20 suspects. However, the police and the court allegedly failed to do their job and the inquest dragged on from 2010 until late in March this year. “They just said there was no substantial information to prosecute the suspects,” she lamented. “That was unfair, because the confessor had told them everything. Why didn’t they follow up on the other suspect who was kicked in the groin and treated at MediClinic? There was also a time when one of the suspects started sending the confessor money via e-wallets, even though he was in prison, so that he should exclude his name. This person admitted to having sent the prisoner money on several occasions and said it was just an error because he hadn’t intended to send it to him but to another recipient.” To further complicate matters, at least seven of the 20 suspects have since passed away. The Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Programme (TVEP), who had provided counselling to the Rambauli family after the incident and the prisoner’s confession, said that they were not in the least pleased with the manner in which the court had treated the case. “This case should have been taken to the High Court,” said the TVEP’s legal officer, Mr Fhatuwani Manthada. “There were so many facts that the Magistrate’s Court just ignored. The confessor’s original statement of confession is not even in the docket and they just used some document which we were not sure where they got it. Even the confessor didn’t recognise it,” she said.

Prisoner points out suspects in brutal ritual murder case, but court not convinced that they can be prosecuted

Ms Mulalo Johannah Rambauli (58), told Limpopo Mirror that her son had been buried without some of his body parts.

the chaplain’s office and was prepared to make a disclosure to me.” The troubled prisoner, who was serving a lengthy prison term for other crimes, confessed that he had witnessed Mashudu’s ritual murder as he was among a group of about 20 persons who had killed the deceased. According to Rambauli, the confessor’s version of the incident was convincing. “He explained each suspect’s key role in the planning and execution of the killing,” she said. “He was so specific with dates, times, spots and all other minute details. He said Mashudu had kicked one of the men in the groin and that the very suspect had later been admitted and treated at MediClinic. He said my son had been killed and thrown far away in the bushes. However, the confessor’s conscience troubled him, and he thought my son would rot and never get buried. He therefore convinced the other men to go fetch the corpse and come to dump it by the roadside near the homes.” The information was later submitted to the police, and the prisoner also gave

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6 4 May 2018

Ward 23’s residents hand over list of grievances “We are not here to fight with the leadership of the Angry community members municipality, but we want the from Ward 23 in the Collins municipality to recognize the Chabane Municipality emWard 23 committee which was barked on a peaceful march elected under the supervision to hand over a memorandum of the Speaker,” the memoranof demands at the municipali- dum states. Community leader ty’s offices last Thursday. George Sithole also accused According to the memothe current ward councillor of randum, the residents are corruption and nepotism. demanding that the municipalAnother group, siding with ity should recognize the ward the councillor, also submitted committee that was elected a memorandum of demands under the supervision of the wherein it is stated that the Speaker, Matome Lebea. The Speaker must be removed residents also want the ward because he had convened councillor, Lazarus Baloyi, to be a community meeting that removed. elected the ward committee By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

Community members from the Collins Chabane municipality embarked on a peaceful march to hand over a memorandum of demands.

without the knowledge of the ward councillor and community members. Factional battles within the ANC are given as a motivation for this appointment of a ward committee. “We demand that the Speaker be removed, and we are also here to protect our ward councillor, because we are the ones who elected him during the 2016 local government elections,” said Charles Khosa. “If they have any private personal allegations that they are claiming about the ward councillor, they must provide the proof to us as community members,” he said.

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Millennials, this is just for YOU! I am proudly part of the so called Baby Boomer generation and we were raised to believe that the ultimate life achievements one should aim for are: • Get a stable job, • Get married, • Own your own home. It was only once I chose Real Estate as a career myself that I realised that I could make Real Estate work for me in terms of wealth creation. I am about to share my knowledge with you! Surely, you’ll admit that your priority upon obtaining your qualification, professional or otherwise, is buying a fancy car, given your folks haven’t done the honours yet… Truth is, a car is not an investment and, the sooner you get into the property market the better because Real Estate remains the most stable investment you can make. You also don’t have to occupy the property you buy, in case you opt for a nomadic lifestyle. In the current property market and economy, many people cannot afford to buy properties of their own. For this reason, the demand for rental properties is massive and, given you invest in the correct price class ( properties renting out between R5, 000.00 and R10, 000.00 per month) where demand for rental properties outstrips supply, tenants can be carefully vetted, in fact cherry-picked, to ensure a stable investment. It is time to take advantage of the market. Let us look at a few statistics: Currently the average 3 bedroom 2 bathrooms home sells for R1, 200,000.00 in our area The monthly bond repayment at 10.25% interest per annum R11, 800.00 per month The average rental income for that same property is R7, 000.00 per month This rental increases on an annual basis. With and investment of only R4, 800.00 per month In this low risk category, you could own a property which continues growing in value.. this whilst your exposure becomes incrementally lower every year. Upon acquiring a property, the wisest step to take will be maintaining or increasing your monthly repayment, thereby reducing the compound interest( interest-on-interest)payable and the term of your loan. In addition to this, if you have a friend or partner whom you trust who shares your aspirations you should take note that more than one person can buy a property together. All parties’ names appear on the deed of sale, as well as the percentage of ownership. None of the partners has the power to claim the other party’s portion. When the property is sold, the conveyancer will distribute the profit according to the stipulations on the title deed. Point is: The value of property constantly increases, it is just the growth percentage that varies. A property investment is best made with the view to medium or long term investment in order to ensure the best return. When all parties are in agreement that it is the right time to sell, profits will be split and each partner can do with their profit as they see fit. Profit can be used as a deposit on an individually owned property. This is certainly one way of getting into the property market without putting unnecessary strain on your finances and unduly elevating your stress levels. Using the calculation above as a benchmark: Should 3 people agree to buy an investment property together, each party would only have to pay R1, 600.00 per month. I strongly recommend that a professional rental agency be employed to manage the rental property to ensure that the lessee (Tenant) is carefully vetted in terms of previous payment profile, credit worthiness and affordability criteria. A professional rental agent will perform inspections ensuring your property’s condition upon commencement of the lease period is maintained. Rental Agents manage risk pro-actively and pre-emptively on behalf of Principal - Gwen Loots. an Owner in accordance with the stipulations of applicable legislation i.e. specifically The Rental Housing Act, The Consumer Protection Act and the Constitution. Agency fees are usually 10% of the monthly rental and would be money well spent. A landlord who acts as his own Rental Agent, without in-depth knowledge of Best Industry Practice and applicable legislation, has a fool for a client! For professional real estate guidance always contact a registered Professional Practitioner of Real Estate.

“We are living in the times that need our youths to encourage one another so that they will evade the danger that is found in the harsh streets.” These were the words of the spokesperson for the United African Apostle Church, Vhafunzi Vho Rollet Nenzhelele, when he responded to the United African Apostolic Church’s Dzanani 2 Youths Conference which was recently held at Madombidzha UAAC’s Berea branch. The Dzanani 2 district conference was full of activities which also included choirs which gave renditions of lively songs, and the youths preached and shared the word of God. The Dzanani 2 district organiser, Mr Tebogo Mutshinyali, acknowledged the youths’ massive attendance, and commended them for their well dressing manner. “Go out there and be an example of what a Christian youth is through your behaviour and modest lifestyle,” he said. Photographed shortly after the conference are (from left to right) Mr Tebogo Mutshinyali, Vhafunzi Vho William Tshikota (Dzanani 2 district counsellor), Ms Lerato Kganakga, and Mr Mushe Ramuthivheli.

Thovhele Mutele (76) passes away By Silas Nduvheni The Vhavenda people and the office of the Vhavenda Kingship are in deep mourning, following the death of Thovhele William Mutele of the Ha-Mutele community outside Mutale. Mr Jackson Mafunzwaini, who is the aid of King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana, said that they were saddened by the untimely passing away of the 76-year-old Thovhele Mutele. He is reported to have passed away peacefully at his home on 26 April after a long illness. Mafunzwaini said Thovhele Mutele was one of the 28 recognized senior traditional leaders of the Vhavenda people and he would be sorely missed by his communities. “We know that Thovhele Mutele was one of the hardworking traditional leaders who always fought for the development of his communities. It will be very difficult to replace someone of Thovhele Mutele’s calibre, because whenever he was called by the municipalities and communities, he used to be there,” said King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana. The executive mayor of the Vhembe District Municipality, Florence Radzilani, was also saddened by the passing away of Thovhele Mutele, whom she described as a traditional leader who strived for development in the communities. The spokesperson for the Mutele Development Communities, Mr Naphtal Mutele, described Thovhele Mutele as a traditional leader who was always meeting with his people for developmental issues.

Thovhele Mutele will be buried on Friday at the sacred place of Ha-Mutele.

The late Thovhele William Mutele.


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Gogo Tambani laid to rest By Kaizer Nengovhela

“She was a soldier for a bigger part of her life”

Mourners from around the province and further afield gathered at the Tambani family residence on Saturday to pay their last respects to the well-known elderly community builder and ANC member, Kutama Mugagadeli Tambani (107) of Tshiozwi. Tambani died on 17 of April after a long illness at the Louis Trichardt Memorial Hospital. She was the mother of ANC activist Sam Tambani, who was shot dead in Johannesburg in the 1990s. Gogo Tambani herself was an active member of the ANC and the founder of the Phalaphala FM fan club. The former Minister of Safety and Security, Sydney Mufamadi, said that the gogo, having been a soldier for the bigger part of her adult life,

ANC Women’s League members carry the coffin of the late Kutama Tambani.

epitomised the best that came from the movement. “She was one of those women who fought for development in the prime of her life and excelled at everything she did. She will be remembered for her dedication and commitment to the movement of our people, as ruling party member and also for her vision and tenacity as veteran organisation member.” “Her passing will undoubtedly leave a void too difficult to fill, not only in the family, but also in our leadership structures,” he said. Mufamadi said that although the family, friends and community at large accepted what had happened, it would be difficult to forget that this death had robbed the community of an energetic

leader who had been full of zeal and courage. A family representative, Cllr Elisa Tambani, told the mourners that the family had accepted the loss although it was difficult to cope with it. “We understand and accept that gogo is gone, but it will be very difficult for us to live without her. It is also important to acknowledge the community’s support since we received the bad news. God has done his will and there is nothing we can do, because the situation is irreversible,” she said. Makhado Mayor Shonisani Sinyosi said when the history of the struggle for the freedom and emancipation of the people of South Africa, and in particular blacks, was finally written, the name of Tambani would be mentioned. She expressed her condolences to the family of Tambani.

Department of Health warns about yet another job recruiting scam wambana, said that some individuals collected lists in communities, claiming to be agents of the Department of Health. “The department wishes to advise community members that jobs are not for sale at the department and at no stage should a person pay any amount of money to qualify for interviews. If at any stage community members come across such offers, they must

By Mbulaheni Ridovhona The Limpopo Department of Health issued a media statement last Monday, warning community members about imposters who are requesting a sum of money in exchange for job opportunities at the Department of Health. The Department of Health’s spokesperson, Mr Neil Shik-

Former minister Sydney Mufamadi with other mourners.

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Having no arms does not mean you cannot excel in life, says Mpho By Elmon Tshikhudo A disabled young man, Mpho Mathabi, says being without hands should not be used as an excuse not to succeed in life. Mathabi (24) of Dididi outside Thohoyandou might have no hands, but despite this setback the young man is excelling in life and has become an inspiration even to able-bodied people.

He has become a living embodiment that nothing is impossible in life. One only needs to be dedicated and put in hard work in whatever one does. For starters, Mr Mathabi can do most of the things that able-bodied people can do, such as writing, using a computer and also using a cell phone. This has humbled many who feel pity whenever they look at him. He has also started an organization, Vhumatshelo

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Hashu (Our Future), that seeks to empower the youth through interaction and empowerment sessions at schools. He has visited many schools in the Vhembe District and his latest project was a career guidance workshop that he hosted, where several local colleges were invited to come and speak to the youth. The function, which was a roaring success, was held at Tshilungoma recently. Mathabi explains that the organization was started to alleviate the frustrations faced by most rural youths who have no access to information, with many ending up not realizing their dreams. “I do not have hands, but my brain is not disabled and I lead a normal life like any other person. I can look after myself, do my school work, I can use a computer and even write using my feet,” he said. “My message to the youth is that they should stay focused and think positively,” said Mr Mathabi. He said his mission is being curtailed by a lack of resources and he appealed for any form of assistance so that they could be able to reach the four corners of the country.

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On Sunday, April 22, groceries and a 25kg bag of maize meal were handed over to 140 disadvantaged residents of Makumeke in the newly established Collins Chabane municipality outside Malamulele. The function was attended by representatives from community structures, councillors, the Collins Chabane mayor Cllr Joyce Bila, headman Mxadzi Maluleke Makumeke, senior traditional leader Patrick Shirilele II Manganyi Mavambe and many members of the community. The leader of the sponsors, Vaheed Patel, said that they would continue helping where possible. “Over the years we have assisted needy communities in different ways and we managed to touch and change many lives,” he said. Photographed during the official handover of the food parcels are, from left to right, beneficiary Ms Eunice Vukati Nobela, Headman Mxadzi Maluleke Makumeke, Collins Chabane Mayor Cllr Joyce Bila, senior traditional leader Patrick Shirilele II Manganyi Mavambe and donor Mr Vaheed Patel.

Ladzani Primary’s team win first round of Le Meetse competition By Silas Nduvheni Ladzani Primary School in the rural Thengwe village outside Mutale is on cloud nine, after it had won the first round of the district’s Baswa Le Meetse Water Project competition. The principal of Ladzani Primary, Ms Emily Phundulu, said that a team comprising 10 learners from her school had entered a competition called Baswa Le Meetse, which is run by the Department of Water and Sanitation. During the

competition, learners from primary schools compete against each other in music, drama, praise poetry and poster drawing. According to Phundulu, the district-level competition was held at Tshedza Comprehensive Primary School in Thohoyandou on Friday, a fortnight ago. In the music category, her learners took first position, and in the poster-drawing category, one of the learners, Rotondwa Ndou, ended third. “We are hoping that they will return as winners at provincial level, because they showed that

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Upcoming local gospel artist to record his debut album “I will be thanking Him for the ministry of worship which He An upcoming local gospel artist from entrusted me with,” he added. Ha-Mutsha, Lufuno Phalandwa (25), Phalandwa explained will be recording his debut album on that he realised his talent 30 June at Ha-Mutsha Community for being an artist after he Hall. took third position in the Phalandwa said that the album will Rofhiwa Manyaga Gospel be titled Midnight Hour Worship, Star Search competition in because it will be filled with songs that 2016. He is promising the worship the Almighty God. “It will fans to expect the presence have many beautiful songs,” he said. He of God to fill the hall. “We is still working on some of the songs, have a mixture of praise but he plans on adding 17 titles to the songs that will get the fans album. “On the album I will feature gos- dancing,” he said. pel artists such as Khomotso Kgaugelo The event is scheduled to Kekana from Mokopane, the 2016 Rof- start at 18:00. The tickets are hiwa Gospel Star Search winner Mogau available at Computicket, Shoprite Grace Nakana and Ngudo Praise,” he and Shoprite Usave. For more said. He said the album was all about information contact Lufuno on his worshiping God with all he has. 0799351845. By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

Mbulaheni Tshikororo retired at the end of April.

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Third album for Queen Popoo By Maanda Bele

Fhatuwani Dzhandzhi, better known as Queen Popoo.

Queen Popoo, who is known for her energetic manyalo dance moves, has finally released her long-awaited album, ntitled Faranani (meaning “unite”) The 23-year-old Fhatuwani Dzhandzhi, better known as Queen Popoo, hails from Vondo la Thavha near Thohoyandou. Popoo said with this album she aimed to unite people. “Let it be musicians, family members and colleagues; this album is aimed to unite them,” she said. She praised her former manager, Vhakoma, who produced her two previous albums, entitled Mazwale wanga and Vhutshivha, saying that he had helped developed her music talent. All songs on her new album were produced by DJ Kay Drama at Anointed Music Records. The album has 11 tracks and songs such

as Ndi ndenwa, Faranani, Muzika wanga, and Ntombi ya Matlebo are also included in the compilation. This is Popoo’s first album under her new management, Chrysler and Comic entertainment (CCE). Popoo, who is also a second-year information technology (IT) student at Vhembe FET College’s Makwarela campus, said that she wanted to make music that would last longer. “I don’t want to make music that will only be known for a few months, I want to make music that will last,” she said. “With this album I think am on the verge of achieving that, but there is still room for improvement.” Fans interested in her music can simply like her Facebook page, Fhatuwani Dzhandzhi Popoo, and for bookings phone her manager, Chris Chrysler Mafuvha, at 082 3109 257 or Comic at 076 7116 697.

Code’s music came to him in his dreams By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho The life of a resident of Gogobole village in the Kutama area, Code Mundalamo, made a swift turn-around when he responded to a calling to become a reggae musician. Mundalamo explained that he managed to find the meaning of life in the rhythms of his lyrics and his acoustic guitar in a most profound way. He is one musician who always carries his acoustic guitar with him when he walks around the province, strumming it to the delight and amazement of those who see him and listen to his sounds. On his first album, Zwiakalakata, he invites the listener to accompany him on a musical journey where he praises God with his rendition of The Lord’s Prayer, arranged in reggae tunes in a way that has never happened before. This very album comprises 12 tracks, which are all unique and different in sound and arrangement. “I sing about issues and matters that refer to social life,” he said. “To me, music is life – my soul thrives on music. Music is a form or way of self-expression, the delivery of constructive messages and a package of joy and happiness.” His highlights include being invited to headline the annual Africa Day Reggae Festival, where he shared the stage with seasoned artists in the reggae genre, including BlackJahman,

Jahman Chiganja, Colbert Mukwevho and Kenny Murabi. “It all started around 2004 when I heard full songs playing in my mind,” he said. “I realised that I had not heard those song from anywhere before. The same songs would also come in my dreams. It was like madness, but a positive one, because I soon realised that it had to do with a musical calling.” Code Mundalamo then started writing all those songs in a notebook and realised that they also appeared on the pages as poems, which carried strong messages. “I couldn’t sing or play any music instrument at the time,” he stated. “When I got to Vaal University to study metallurgical engineering, I teamed up with some fellows who spent their spare time indoors playing live music for fun. They had most music instruments and I picked the bass guitar, which they taught me the basics of. Soon I was playing lead guitar on my own, and further bringing to the

fore all those songs that used to penetrate my mind or visit my dreams.” In 2016, he released his debut album, Zwiakalakata, which earned him massive respect in the reggae music fraternity. Just a fortnight ago, he produced his second offering, Shango na Zwalo. It was recorded at Ballitainment Studios and was produced by Ishmael “newBreed” Rammbwa. “It was good and enjoyable working on Shango na Swalo,” he said. “I hope that you’ll enjoy it too.” It comprises 12 tracks, which include Zwo luga zwo ralo, Mulwanndwakhulu, Dakalo la vhana vhanu, Rudzani, Jahweh, Tshedza tsha lushaka and Vhala Vhavhili. Mundalamo is available on Facebook and can be reached on 072 124 9271.

The well-known Phalaphala FM current affairs senior producer, Mbulaheni Tshikororo, retired as a radio news anchor after 37 years in broadcasting. The much-loved presenter joined the then Radio Thohoyandou in 1980 as a presenter, producer and scriptwriter for different programmes. He would stand in for Ndevetsini (current affairs) programmes and worked as senior producer from time to time. Tshikororo went on to become a force to be reckoned with behind the microphone, hosting a variety of programmes. Through his programmes he enjoyed what he termed as “shaping people’s dayto-day debates,” tackling everything from politics to economics, labour, education, development and social lifestyle.

Tshikororo worked for the South African Broadcasting Corporation for 37 years before retiring on the last day of April. Phalaphala FM station manager Freddy Sadiki said that the station was proud to have had someone like Tshikororo, an always distinguished and exemplary news anchor. Sadiki said that Tshikororo had been an asset to the industry and had been instrumental in the success of many of the station’s projects. “He was a hard worker, 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. The head of the SABC in Limpopo, Ms Tshamano Makuya, said that the SABC was proud to have had someone like Tshikororo. She described him as someone who was always there for everybody when they needed him. “He made sure that they got the best and encouraged them to set themselves goals in life. He has left a void that cannot be filled, and I will respect and miss him always,” she said. Phalaphala FM Current Affairs executive producer Mr Mashudu Mabushe praised Tshikororo for being a hard worker and his commitment to his work. Mabushe indicated that the contribution made by Tshikororo will always be remembered.

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Photographed during the handover of the laptops are, from left to right, Chief Thavhayavhathu Masikhwa, Mutshundudi’s circuit manager, Ms Homani Muhanganei, Masikhwa Primary School principal Mr Freddy Tshivhase, donor Mr Joseph Madzunya and former SGB chairperson Mr Mashudu Radzilani, with the laptops.

Masikhwa Primary enters the world of technology By Elmon Tshikhudo Masikhwa Primary School is one of the most rural schools in the Vhembe District. Situated at Luvhimbi village outside Thohoyandou, the school, which has 360 learners, only has two laptops which are mostly used for administrative purposes. But on Thursday, Lady Luck came smiling their way when a well-known businessman donated four laptops to the school. Businessman Joseph Madzunya of Madz Electrical decided to alleviate the plight of the learners. The handing-over ceremony was witnessed by, among others, the local traditional leader, Chief Thavhayavhathu Masikhwa, and Mutshundudi’s circuit manager, Homani Muhanganei. When handing over the laptops, Madzunya said that he had looked at the location of the school and the school’s needs. “I don’t stay here, but I felt pity for the poor learners, some of whom have never seen a computer. I felt they should not be left behind in

this world where technology is the talk of the town. These kids should grow up knowing these gadgets as they are handy tools. Moreover, the school should transform from papers to computer filing, where all important information should be stored,” he said. “We are doing our bit as a company, and through our help, some students have been able to realize their dreams and are now working. We also forged a partnership with Mutshundudi Circuit and we have helped the circuit since 2015 during their excellence awards. We will continue helping whenever resources are available,” Madzunya said. School principal Freddy Tshivhase could not hide his excitement. “God answered our prayers. We wanted these computers with all our hearts, but due to budget constraints, we could not buy them. We do not want a situation where our learners will go to other schools without knowing a computer. We have many needs here, but we are relieved that Madzunya bailed us out in this respect,” said Tshivhase.

Stakeholders, who included the local traditional leader, community members, Mutshundudi’s circuit manager, the donor, and the school principal, hold the laptops during the handover at the school.

Reverend Mbuedzedzo Netshiozwi (standing on the left), experts from different organisations and learners photographed during the career guidance day at Tshilungoma.

Youth urged to take their education seriously By Elmon Tshikhudo Youths from the four corners of the Vhembe district were told to take their education seriously. This was during the Freedom Day celebration at the Jesus Fellowship Church at Tshilungoma. The vision holder and founder of the programme, Reverend Mbuedzedzo Netshiozwi, said that the youth of 1976 had laid a good foundation and most sacrificed their school time fighting for freedom. He said that during the struggle years the slogan was freedom first and education later. He further indicated that since that

freedom had been attained, it was up to the youth to prioritize education as freedom without education would be meaningless to them. Netshiozwi, a former curriculum advisor himself, said that he had launched the project many years ago as a tool to empower youths of school-going age in the Vhembe District. Youths from all over Vhembe gather annually at the church hall at Tshilungoma outside Thohoyandou, where they network with experts from government departments, colleges and the local university. “We started this project some eight years ago after realizing that the youth had forgotten that freedom was here, and they now had to focus on their

education in order for the hard-fought freedom to be meaningful for them. We chose Freedom Day because of its significance in our history. Besides empowering them on issues of career guidance, bursary applications, job applications and tertiary education applications, we also remind them of the importance of this day in their lives,” he said. Vhembe district Department of Education curriculum advisor and motivational speaker Mr Gideon Ramulifho told learners that the future was in their hands and what was left for them was to work hard and choose their careers wisely, so as not to have regrets later in life.

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“Seek His grace, as you know not where you die” Thulamela Municipality, together with the management team from Tshilidzini Hospital, attended the mass funeral of paupers who were buried at Mbaleni Cemetery in Thohoyandou last Wednesday. More than 20 unclaimed bodies were buried at Mbaleni Unit D after being in the government mortuary for more than three months. Four bodies were recognised to be from foreign countries, while 19 were under forensic investigation. According to the Thulamela Municipality all the paupers were adults. Dr Mashango Mmbadi, a senior pastor from Louis Trichardt, encouraged the mourners at the funeral to live in the grace of God, because they do not know what the next day holds for them. “Mend your ways with God while there is still time, because you might end up like the people whom we are burying,” said Dr Mmbadi. Thulamela Mayor Mushoni Tshifhango said that the municipality decided to help bury the paupers. Most of the costs were covered by the Department of Health and the hospital. “We were helping them to bury the unidentified bodies with dignity, because we believe they are some of our own,” said Tshifhango. Thulamela’s manager of special programmes,

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Mayor urges community to support Munghana Lonene and changes are crafted to engage your thoughts, uplift your world, keep The mayor of Collins Chabane Munic- you entertained and informed every ipality, Cllr Joyce Bila, has urged reli- time,” he added. “The newly acquired gious leaders, the business sector and transmitter will guarantee a clearer and political leaders to support Mungcrispier radio signal to audiences in the hana Lonene FM. She was speaking Makhado Municipality, Vhembe Disduring a gala dinner held at Worship trict Municipality, Collins Chabane MuTabernacle Church in Mavambe in nicipality, Mopani District Municipality Malamulele last Friday. and Musina Municipality,” he said. The purpose of the gala dinner was Local Chief Patrick Manganyi to announce a new line-up and launch thanked the station for bringing the a new transmitter that will bring better event to his village and also urged reception to Vhembe area and the four fellow traditional leaders to support the other provinces where the station is station. broadcasting. Some of the changes at the station Mayor Bila said that radio played an entail moving DJ Brian to the mid-afimportant role in conveying informaternoon show, Dzumba Na Mina. N’wation regarding service delivery to the na N’wa Gee is moving to the weekday communities and it also promoted the evening show, Gongomela. culture of the VaTsonga people. “If there was no radio, this task would be difficult,” she added. Munghana Lonene FM station manager Mr Lawrence Lubisi said that Munghana Lonene FM needed to ensure a strong demand among its listeners by disseminating well-researched, well-thought-out and more compelling products to its listeners. He said that the stronger transmitter would assist them in reaching their target audience of more than 1.2 million listeners. Munghana Lonene FM presenters Sydney The mayor of Collins Chabane Municipality, Cllr Joyce Bila. “The new content innovations Baloyi and DJ Brian Rikhotso. By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

Journalism requires real hard work Bele’s initial dream was to study for an LLB degree, but One of Limpopo Mirror’s cor- when this could not happen he respondents, Maanda Bele, re- had to consider other avenues. ceived his national diploma in “I love news, having grown journalism qualification from up reading newspapers and the Tshwane University of especially the stories written by Technology (TUT) in Soshanveteran news guru Mathatha guve two weeks ago. Tsedu,” he said. Bele described Bele enrolled at TUT in 2015 it as a privilege to mix with the and completed his course last experienced journalists at the year. “It was not easy. The pres- news room as they motivated sure and assignments were just him. too much, and I sometimes felt The young reporter believes like packing my bags and going that he can still achieve a lot home,” he said “But I guess all more. “I need to improve my the hard work and sleepless work skills,” he said. “I want to nights paid off.” tell the youth that it is importBele started working for ant to get an education first, so Limpopo Mirror when he was that you can make a significant doing his six months integrated contribution to your commulearning last year. “I would also nity.” love to thank Mr Anton van Zyl, Bele expressed his deepest the owner of Zoutnet, who gave gratitude to his siblings. “My me an opportunity to learn and two sisters, Marcia and Portia, the staff here for welcoming me and my only brother, Rilwele, and teaching me almost everyare my pillars. They supported thing I know about journalism,” me through thick and thin and he said. always encouraged me to make By Kaizer Nengovhela

education a priority,” he said. “They sacrificed their lives to make mine better.” “To my mentors: Elmon Tshikhudo, Kaizer Nengovhela, Given Mukwevho and the editor, Mr Wikus Lee - without you guys, this qualification was not going to be possible. You took your time to mentor me. You never gave up on me, and you always found ways to make me understand. You guys are the best,” he added. Long-time journalist Kaizer Nengovhela congratulated Bele on his achievement. Nengovhela had this message to Bele and other aspiring journalists: “You need to observe the code of professional practice for journalists and report fairly, accurately and truthfully. You must not be biased because your job is to give out the information as it is. Wise journalists leave politics to the politicians and inform the community without bias,” he said.

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Some of the Madombidzha residents, TVEP members and other stakeholder forum members who attended the European Union’s assessment event.

TVEP welcomes a delegation from the EU both villages and to interact with the community members who are direct The Thohoyandou Victim Empowerbeneficiaries of the project,” she said. ment Programme (TVEP) welcomed “The project is definitely improving a very active blogger and camthe livelihoods of the communities paigner for human rights, Eleonora in respect of issues such as domestic Tomassi, on 24 April. violence, sexual assault, HIV and Eleonora is a representative of the AIDS, future planning, child abuse European Union (EU), which funded and human rights.” the TVEP’s Zero Tolerance Village The TVEP was pleased to learn from and School Alliance – an intervention the Tshilwavhusiku police that there conceptualised and developed by the has been an improvement in how victims understand domestic violence and other related crimes by coming to report them to the police station. “I have been travelling around Africa, where I visited Mozambique and Zimbabwe before coming to South Africa,” she said. “After South Africa, I will be going to Madagascar.” The TVEP’s programme director, Mr Tshilidzi Masikhwa, said that the organisation was proud of the impact of the project in the Vhembe region. “We heartily welcome Eleonora and we would like to once again extend our deepest Photographed during the TVEP’s Zero Tolerance Village and School Alliance event are gratitude to our funders in the EU,” he said. (from left to right) Ms Ellen Mukondeleli, Ms Eleonora Tomassi, Mr Tshilidzi Masikhwa, Ms Mashudu Marindi and Ms Sarina Mudzwari. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

TVEP. The project is being implemented in Madombidzha village in the Sinthumule area and Midoroni village in the Kutama area. Eleonora is representing the Faces2Hearts Campaign. Her visit aims to bring global attention to the programmes and initiatives that were launched locally, but in partnership with EU donors. “The other purpose of the visit is to assess the impact of the project in

No bail for suspected syndicate members All three were arrested on Monday, following an attack on a local hardware One of the three suspects believed to store at the Dzanani CBD, commonly be part of a massive crime syndicate known as the Biaba Shopping Centre, has been positively identified as a where the three allegedly robbed emmember of the SANDF (South Afriployees of their cell phones and fled the can National Defence Force). scene in a VW Jetta. The three suspects were arrested He appeared with his co-accused at Siloam, near the Sasol Garage, on in the Dzanani Magistrate’s Court on Monday after a high-speed police chase. Thursday (26th). The police confirmed that after the The man was identified by the police arrests, four vehicles, two 9mm pistols, as Jacob Marakalala (35), attached balaclavas, gloves, two dashboard blue to the Pretoria head office of the VIP lights and cash to the amount of R2 531 section. The other two suspects are were recovered. Lucas Mudau (42) from Hammanskraal Following their brief court appearand Rendani Edzani (42) from Matanda ance on Thursday, the police confirmed outside of Thohoyandou. that they had recovered an additional By Isabel Venter

four vehicles, believed to be stolen. All the vehicles were reported as hijacked. According to the provincial police spokesperson, Lt-Col Moatshe Ngoepe, it is believed that Edzani sold these stolen vehicles. “We suspect that he might have sold more than 40 stolen cars in the Nzhelele and Musina area,” said Ngoepe on Thursday. He made an appeal to those members of the public who had bought vehicles from Edzani to get in touch with their local police station immediately to assist the police in their investigations.

The founder of RAO Inspired Designs and the brand ambassador of Future Females, Rebecca Oloo (left) and Naokwana Seleka.

Future Females Limpopo launched in Louis Trichardt By Tracy Ngobeni The Limpopo branch of Future Females was launched at the Safari Caltex lounge in Louis Trichardt last Friday. The brand ambassador for Future Females is the founder of ROA Inspired Designs, Rebecca Oloo. According Oloo, Future Females is a movement that endeavours to connect, inspire and support current and aspiring female entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs. The aim is to rapidly increase the number of successful women in the country. Oloo added that the organisation strived to create a space where women could prosper. “We want to build the largest and most engaged community of female entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs globally,” said Oloo.

Oloo said the title Future Females was in essence a brand that sought to be inclusive in nature. She mentioned that global statistics stated that only 1% of the global wealth was owned by women, yet women in corporate leadership positions had an estimated 65% success rate. Oloo quoted the adage that it takes a community to raise a child. In the same way, the organisation needs to work together with the community to create an equal platform that allows women entrepreneurs to grow. Rebecca concluded that the organisation was more than just a passion to her and her team. “It is a movement that grows to educate, inform and support women. People believe in you, more than you believe in yourself, so why not nurture that in every woman out there?” said Oloo.

The three suspects were not granted bail, and their case was postponed until 17 May for further police investigations.

Help police to locate Munonokha Makwarela By Mbulaheni Ridovhona The police in Levubu have launched a search operation, following the disappearance of a 65-year-old woman, Munonokha Makwarela who resides at Tshakhuma Mitsindoni village. Makwarela was last seen by her son on Monday, 23 April at around 17:00 at their home. The woman, who is of medium build, is light in complexion and

has grey hair, was wearing a red dress with a green T-shirt without shoes at the time of her disappearance. She is also reported to be mentally challenged. Police efforts to locate her at friends’ and relatives’ homes bore no results. Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts can contact the Levubu station communication officer, W/O Solly Mukhola, on 082 414 5859 or call the station on 015 583 7400.

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ENVIRONMENTAL BASIC ASSESSMENT PROCESS OF THE PROPOSED PROSPECTING RIGHTS FOR COAL IN FARM 440 MT AND 438 MT, SITUATED IN MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY. E N V I R O N M E N TA L AUTHORISATION: In terms Na�onal Environmental Management Act NEMA (Act 107 of 1998) as amended, and the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regula�ons, 2014 which were promulgated and effected in December 2014, an applica�on for an Environmental Authorisa�on (EA) would be submi�ed to the North West Department of Mineral Resources (DMR for the Proposed Prospec�ng Rights for Coal, on farm 440 MT and 438 MT, situated in the local district of Vhembe, Limpopo Province, South Africa. No�fica�on is hereby given to all

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

Thulamela Municipality invites prospective suppliers for supply and delivery of Security Uniform. BID NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

BID PRICE

Contact Person

EVALUATION CRITERIA

Bid No 64 / 2017 / 2018

Supply and delivery of Security Uniforms

R572.00

Mr Mulanduli M.R. (015 962 7610) or Ms Mudau P (015 962 7543)

80/20 preference points system will be used. First stage evaluation in terms of 100% minimum threshold for local production and content

Bid documents will be available as from the 08 May 2018 between 08h00 and 15h30 at office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou upon a payment of R572.00 or documents can be downloaded from the E-tender portal. Interested service providers will be expected to submit the prices with the following compulsory requirements: • Tax Clearance Compliance letter. • 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 executed successfully projects with clients contact details and contract value. 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 certified BBBEE verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the corporation and BEE Rating certificate 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. Only locally produced or manufactured textile clothing, leather and footwear from local raw material or input with a minimum threshold of 100% for local content will be considered. If the raw material or input to be used for a specific item is not available locally bidders should obtain written authorization from the DTI should they be a need to import such raw material or input, and a copy of authorization letter must be submitted together with the bid document at the closing date and time of the bid. The exchange rate to be used for the calculation of local production and content must be the exchange rate published by the South African Reserve Bank at 12h00 on the date of advertisement. Only bureau of standard (SABS) approved technical specification no 1286/2011 must be used to calculated local content. Sealed bid documents must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11:00 on, 23 May 2018. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. 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 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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Interested and Affected Par�es (I&APs) in terms of sec�on 16 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resource Development Act,2002 (Act 28 of 2008) and Sec�on 41 of EIA Regula�ons. Government No�ce No 983 of 2014. Lis�ng no�ce 1 - 20

Explora�on (Pty) Ltd Person: Lufuno Nengwani Fax: 086 697 9452 Email: lnengwani@ mul�viewinv.co.za Postal: P.O Box 4077, Halfway House 1685

PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS & LOCATION: The proposed project is located on farm 440 MT and 438 MT, situated in the local district of Vhembe, Limpopo Province, South Africa. To register as an Interested and / or Affected Party (I&AP) and to obtain addi�onal informa�on regarding the proposed project, please contact Lwenzhe Resources and Explora�on (Pty) Ltd on or before Friday, 11th May 2018 by submi�ng your name, contact details and the interest which you have in the applica�on. Please direct enquiries, in wri�ng (le�er, fax or e-mail), to the consultants below: Lwenzhe Resources and

No�ce in respect of a license applica�on in terms of the Petroleum Products Act, 1977 (Act No 120 of 1977) This no�ce serves to inform par�es that may be interested or affected that MULUNGWA TSHIWELA THOMAS hereina�er referred to as “the applicant”, has submi�ed an applica�on for a SITE license, applica�on number F/2018/04/25/0001. 1448 NESENGANI VILLAGE (TSHINO) 1448 NESENGANI VILLAGE TSHINO VILLAGE VUWANI The purpose of the applica�on is for the applicant to be granted a license to undertake petroleum retailing ac�vi�es as detailed

MULUNGWA TSHIWELA THOMAS

in the applica�on. Arrangements for viewing the applica�on documenta�on can be made by contac�ng the Controller of Petroleum Products by: Telephone: (015) 230 3600; or Fax: or Email: Gibson.Tshisikhawe @ energy.gov.za Any objec�ons to the issuing of a license in respect of this applica�on, which must clearly quote the applica�on number above, must be lodged with the Controller of

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Petroleum Products within a period of twenty (20) workings days from the date of publica�on of this no�ce. Such objec�on must be lodged at the following physical or postal address: Physical address: The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy 18A Landdros Mare Street Postal address: The Controller of Petroleum Products Department of Energy Private Bag X9712 Polokwane, 0700

Classifieds Tenders To advertise your Classified or Tenders on this page, contact George, Yolanda or Ceazar at Tel: (015) 516 4996 or Fax: 015 516 2303

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID PROVISION OF IT AUDIT SERVICES

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

Thulamela Municipality is inviting interested qualified firms, with sound knowledge and experience of IT Audit Services to render services for Thulamela Municipality. ITEM NO

REFERENCE NUMBER

PROJECT AREA

BID DOCUMENT PRICE

1

Bid no 88/2017/2018

Provision of IT Audit

R572-00

Interested service providers will be expected to submit their proposals with prices. Documents (MBD) will be available from Thulamela Municipality’s Procurement office as from 08 May 2018 upon a nonrefundable cash payment of R 572-00 or can be downloaded from e-tender portal. Bidding companies are required to submit the bid documents with the following compulsory requirements: • Valid tax clearance certificate issued by SARS. • Company registration documents. • Proof of registration with IIASA for Internal Auditors or SAICA for External Auditors and ISACA • CVs of the proposed project team, and their office location. • Similar previously executed projects with contract values and client’s contact details. • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction, not older than 3 months and not in arrears for more the 90 days. Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003) and Internal Audit Charter of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of 80:20 preferential points system and functionality. Functionality Score Table: EVALUATION CRITERIA

POINTS ALLOCATED

Qualifications

20

Key personnel similar experience

30

Methodology

10

Firm’s similar experience

30

Availablity of Resources

10 Total

100

Minimum threshold for functionality is 60% and bidders who score less than 60% will not be considered for further evaluation. Sealed bid documents must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “BID NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11:00 on 23 May 2018. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, and Thohoyandou. 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 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. Technical enquiries can be directed to Ms. Matshevha MM at (015) 962 7500/7512. Administrative queries can be directed to Mrs Mudau Phophi at 015 962 7500/7796.

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

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ADVERTISEMENT OF VACANT POSTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH WARD ATTENDANT [LEVEL 3] = 1071 POSTS Ref No LDH 18/05/01 Commencing Salary Notch: R107 886.00 p.a CENTRES: LISTED BELOW RERQUIREMENTS: Qualifications and Competencies: A minimum of ABET, 5 years experience as a home based carer or exposure in health care services. Knowledge and Skills: Knowledge of Batho Pele Principles, Occupational Health Safety Act 1993 and Waste Management Act. Knowledge and experience of infection control within areas housing inpatients. Knowledge and experience of cleaning practices within a health environment and around sick persons. Knowledge and experience of management, handling and disposal of human waste and bodily fluids. Knowledge and experience of communicating with health facility managers and professionals on health and patient related matters. Experience in as well as good communication and customer care skills within the health sector. KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Perform households activities within the wards. Perform cleaning services. Render sluice functions.

22

Matsageng Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

23

Mecklenberg Gateway Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

24

Boschkloof Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

25

Ngoabe Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

26

Eerstegeluk Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

27

Mahubahube Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

28

Praktiseer Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

29

HC Boschoff Health Centre Not Applicable (CHC)

One [1]

30

Motsepe Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

31

Phasha Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

32

Selepe Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

33

Manotoane Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

34

Nchabeleng (CHC)

35

Nchabeleng Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

36

Nkoana Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

37

Mankotsana Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

38

Paulos Masha Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

39

Mphanama Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

40

Seroka Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

41

Ikageng Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

42

Phaahlamanoge Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

43

Mohlaletsi Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

44

Schoonoord Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

45

Manganeng Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

46

Marulaneng Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

47

Tshehlwaneng Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

48

Dichoeng Clinic

One

Not Applicable

49

Mamone Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

50

Phokoane Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

51

Marishane Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

NB 1: Correspondence will be entered into with shortlisted candidates only. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be considered.

52

Phaahla Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

53

Jane Furse Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

NB 2: The Department of Health is an equal opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.

54

Probeering Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

Enquires about advertised posts should be directed to Ms Matimatjatji RL /Ms Mpati MM/Ms Mampane NR/ at 015 293 6126/6426 during office hours.

55

Setlaboswana Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

56

Mampane Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

SEKHUKHUNE DISTRICT

57

Magalies Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

58

Tswaing Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

59

Eernsaam Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

GROUNDSMAN [LEVEL 2] =368 POSTS Ref No LDH 18/05/02 Commencing Salary Notch: R90 234.00 p.a. CENTRES: LISTED BELOW REQUIREMENTS: Qualifications and Competencies: A minimum of ABET Knowledge and skills: Good communication and customer care skills. KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Maintain premises and surroundings. Maintain the garden. Maintain gardening equipment and tools. CLEANER [LEVEL 2] =23 POSTS Ref No LDH 18/05/03 Commencing Salary Notch: R90 234.00 p.a. CENTRES: LISTED BELOW REQUIREMENTS: Qualifications and Competencies: A minimum of ABET. Knowledge and skills: Good communication and customer care skills. KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Provide cleaning services. Keep and maintain cleaning equipment and material safe. Applications are hereby invited from suitable qualified candidates for vacant posts of Ward Attendants, Groundsman and Cleaners for various Hospitals and Clinics. Applications should be submitted on the Z83 form obtainable from any government institution and must be accompanied by comprehensive CV, certified copies of required qualifications and Identity document. Applications for the Hospitals should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officers of the Hospitals and cleaners for all campuses should be addressed to the Principal [Limpopo College of Nursing] whilst posts for the Clinics should be addressed to the District Executive Managers of the Districts as per attached address list. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply and attention will be given to individuals or persons from disadvantaged communities. The closing date for applications is 18 May 2018.

CENTRES

Health

Centre One [1]

One [1]

WARD ATTENDANTS

GROUNDSMAN

NO Name of Clinics/Hospitals

Allocated Number of Posts

Allocated Posts

60

Klipspruit Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

1

Philadelphia Hospital

Sixteen [16]

Two [2]

61

Phatatswane Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

2

Dilokong Hospital

Seven [7]

One [1]

62

Rammupudu Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

3

Jane Furse Hospital

Thirteen [13]

Not Applicable

63

Motetema Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

4

Matlala Hospital

Thirteen [13]

Not Applicable

64

Matsepe Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

5

Groblersdal Hospital

Nine [9]

Not Applicable

65

Dikgalaopeng Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

6

Mecklenburg Hospital

Fourteen [14]

Not Applicable

66

Sephaku Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

7

St Ritas Hospital

Sixteen [16]

Not Applicable

67

Goedgedacht Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

8

Rietfontein (Kgautswana) Clin- One [1] ic

Not Applicable

68

Magokubyane Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

9

Sterkspruit Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

68

Rosenekal Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

10

Naboomkoppies Clinic

One[1]

Not Applicable

69

Hlogotlou Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

11

Swaranang Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

70

Groblersdal Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

12

Mafokane Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

71

Moutse East Clinic

One[1]

One [1]

13

Taung Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

72

Philadelphia Gateway Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

14

Motshana Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

73

Elandsdoorng Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

15

Burgersfort Health Centre

One [1]

Not Applicable

74

Kwaarielagte Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

16

Selala Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

75

Mmotoaneng Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

17

Penge Health Centre

Not Applicable

One [1]

76

Matlala Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

18

Riba / Schlickmanskloof Clinic Two [2]

Not Applicable

77

Moeding Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

19

Motlolo Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

78

Matlala Gateway Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

20

Mmutlane Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

79

Moganyaka Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

21

Mashabela Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

Number

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80

Marulaneng Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

51

Regororile 1 Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

81

Makeepsvlei Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

52

Regororile 2 Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

82

Toitskraal Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

53

Roedtan Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

83

Marble Hall Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

54

Rooiberg Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

84

Witfontein Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

55

Segole Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

85

Spitspunt

One [1]

Not Applicable

56

Sekgakgapeng Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

86

Moutse Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

57

Seleka Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

58

Settlers Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

59

Sterkwater Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

60

Swartklip Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

61

Thabaleshoba Health Centre Not Applicable (CHC)

One [1]

62

Thabazimbi Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

63

Thabazimbi Gateway Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

64

Tiberius Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

65

Tshepong Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

66

Vaalkop Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

67

Vaalwater Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

68

Voortrekker Gateway Clinic

Three [3]

Not Applicable

69

Warmbath Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

70

Weldevreden Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

71

Witpoort gateway Clinic

Two [2]

Not Applicable

WATERBERG DISTRICT CENTRES

WARD ATTANDENT

GROUNDSMAN

NO Name of Clinics/Hospitals

Allocated Number of Posts

Allocated Number of Posts

1

George Masebe Hospital

Eight [8]

Not Applicable

2

Warmbath Hospital

Nine [9]

Not Applicable

3

FH Odendal Hospital

Eleven [11]

Not Applicable

4

Voortrekker Hospital

Three [3]

Not Applicable

5

Witpoort Hospital

Six [6]

Not Applicable

6

Ellisras Hospital

Nine [9]

Not Applicable

7

Thabazimbi Hospital

Three [3]

Not Applicable

8

Mokopane Hospital

Twelve [12]

Not Applicable

9

Abbotspoort Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

10

Alma Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

11

Armoed Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

12

Bakenberg Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

13

Bavaria Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

14

Bela-Bela Clinic

Two[2]

One [1]

15

Bokwalakwala Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

16

Chalema Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

17

Chromite Block

One [1]

One [1]

18

Dwaalboom Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

19

Ellisras Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

20

FH Odendaal Gateway Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

21

Jakkalskuil Clinic

Two[2]

One [1]

22

Kromdraai Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

23

Lekhureng Clinic

Two[2]

One [1]

24

Lephalale Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

25

Mabuela Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

26

Mahwelereng 1 Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

27

Mahwelereng 2 Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

28

Mahwelereng 3 Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

29

Mahwelereng Youth Centre

Two [2]

One [1]

30

Makgobe Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

31

Makomolle Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

32

Mamaselela Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

33

Mankuwe Clinic

Two[2]

One [1]

34

Mapela Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

35

Marapong Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

36

Marapong Health Centre

Five [5]

One [1]

37

Mattanau Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

38

Modimolle Town Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

39

Mogalakwena Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

40

Mokopane Gateway Clinic

One [1]

Not Applicable

41

Mookgophong Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

42

Mookgophong Health Centre Not Applicable (CHC)

One [1]

43

Mosesetjane Clinic

Three [3]

44

Naboomspruit Clinic

45 46

CAPRICORN DISTRICT CENTRES

WARD ATTENDANT

GROUNDSMAN

NO Name of Clinics/Hospitals

Allocated Number of Posts

Allocated Number of Posts

1

WF Knobel Hospital

Eight [8]

Not applicable

2

Helene Franz Hospital

Six [6]

Not applicable

3

Seshego Hospital

Twelve [12]

Not applicable

4

Botlokwa Hospital

Nine [9]

Not applicable

5

Zebediela Hospital

Ten [10]

Not applicable

6

Thabamoopo Hospital

Seventeen [17]

Not applicable

7

Lebowakgomo Hospital

Twelve [12]

Not applicable

8

Maraba Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

9

Matlala Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

10

Goedgevonden Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

11

Diana Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

12

Schoongezight Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

13

Percy Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

14

Uitkyk Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

15

Sello Moloto Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

16

Rosenkrantz Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

17

WF Knobel gateway Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

18

Moletjie Matlala Youth Centre

Two [2]

One [1]

19

Dendron Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

20

Makgato Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

21

Eisleben Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

22

Matoks Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

23

Mohodi Clinic

Two [2]

Not applicable

24

Ramokgopa Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

25

Nthabiseng Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

26

Botlokwa Gateway Clinic

Two [2]

Not applicable

27

Seshego Zone 1 Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

28

Seshego Zone 2 Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

One [1]

29

Seshego Zone 3 Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

Not Applicable

One [1]

30

Seshego Zone 4 Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

Northam Health Centre (CHC)

Not Applicable

One [1]

31

Perskebult Clinic

Three [3]

Not applicable

Paulos Clinic

Not Applicable

One [1]

32

Manamela Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

Matamanyane Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

47

Phagameng Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

33

48

Pholotji Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

34

Semenya Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

49

Pienaarsrivier Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

35

Chuene Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

50

Rebone Clinic

One [1]

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Maja Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

2

Malamulele Hospital

Ten[10]

Not applicable

Messina Hospital

Eight [8]

Not applicable

37

Soetfontein Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

3

38

Mamoshi Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

4

Hayani Hospital

Ten [10]

Not applicable

39

Block 14 Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

5

Louis Trichards Hospital

Eight [8

Not applicable

40

Laastehoop Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

6

Tshilidzini Hospital

Ten[10]

Not applicable

Elim Hospital

Ten[10]

Not applicable

41

Spitskop Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

7

42

A.Mamabolo Clinic

Two [2]

Not applicable

8

Donald Frazer Hospital

Ten[10]

Not applicable

43

E. Lekganyane Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

9

Malamulele Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

44

Sehlale Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

10

Mukhomi Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

Mavambe Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

45

Dikgale Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

11

46

Seobi-Dikgale Clinic

Two [2]

Not applicable

12

Shigalo Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

47

J.Mamabolo Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

13

Matsheka Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

52

Sebaeng Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

14

Tlangeni Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

53

Mothiba Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

15

Mphambo Health Centre (CHC)

Not applicable

One [1]

54

Nobody Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

16

Tshaulu Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

55

Mankweng Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

17

Tshifudi Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

56

Makotopong Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

18

Duvhuledza Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

57

De Vrede Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

19

Lambani Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

58

Kibi Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

20

Sambandou Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

59

Kromhoek Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

21

Vhurivhuri Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

60

Burgerreght Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

22

Mhinga Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

61

Seakamela Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

23

Maluleke Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

62

Towerfontein Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

24

Nhlaveni C Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

63

Gideon Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

25

Nhlaveni D Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

64

All Days Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

26

Matiyane Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

67

Indermark Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

27

Makahlule Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

68

Blouberg Health Centre (CHC)

Not applicable

One [1]

28

Shingwezi Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

69

Ambergate Clinic

Two [2]

Not applicable

29

Shikundu Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

30

Mtititi Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

70

Goedentrou Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

31

Ngezimani Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

71

Krantzplaas Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

32

Nhlaveni E Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

72

My Darling Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

33

Peni-Ngotsa Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

73

Buffelshoek Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

34

Murangoni Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

74

Montz Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

35

Phiphidi Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

75

Grootdraai Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

36

Pfanani Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

76

Zeist Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

37

Mbilwi Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

77

Sadu Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

38

Sibasa Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

78

Moletlane Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

39

Tshififi Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

79

Byldrift Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

40

Fondwe Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

80

Zebediela Estate Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

41

Dzingane Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

81

Mogoto Clinic

Two [2]

Not applicable

42

Shayandima Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

82

Rakgoatha Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

43

Tshisaulu Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

83

Smugglers Union Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

44

Muledane Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

Tswinga Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

84

Zebediela Gateway Clinic

Two [2]

Not applicable

45

85

Unit R Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

46

Magwedzha Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

86

GA-Ledwaba Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

47

Mulenzhe Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

87

Boschplaas Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

48

Dzwerani Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

Lwamondo Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

89

Unit B/ Parliament Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

49

90

Morotse-thamagane

One [1]

One [1]

50

Vhufuli-Tshitereke Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

91

Lebowakgomo Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

51

Mukula Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

92

Hwelereng Clinic

Three [3]

Not applicable

52

Makonde Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

53

Damani Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

54

Tshiombo Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

55

Sterkstroom Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

56

Thondo – Tshivhase Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

57

Gondeni Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

58

William Eadie Health Centre Not applicable (CHC)

One [1]

59

Nkhensani Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

60

Kurhuleni Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

93

Dithabaneng Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

94

Mphahlele Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

95

Mathabatha Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

96

Malemati Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

97

Mashite Clinic

Two [2]

Not applicable

98

Mafefe Clinic

Three [3]

Not applicable

99

Mashashane Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

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De hoop Clinic

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One [1]

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Allocated Number of Posts

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Vyeboom Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

Not applicable

63

Riverplaats Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

Siloam Hospital

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Valdezia Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

126 Nancefield LA

Not applicable

One [1]

65

Mashau Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

127 Musina Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

66

Bungeni Health Centre (CHC)

Not applicable

One [1]

128 Madimbo Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

67

Nthabalala Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

68

Waterval Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

69

Mulima Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

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70

Mbokota Clinic

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One [1]

No

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Allocated Number of Posts

Allocated Number of Posts

71

Muila Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

1

Nkhensani Hospital

Fifteen [15]

Not applicable

72

Muwaweni Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

2

Sekororo Hospital

Fourteen [14]

Not applicable

73

Manyima Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

3

Kgapane Hospital

Five [5]

Not applicable

74

Mpheni clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

4

Maphutha Malatji Hospital

Ten [10]

Not applicable

75

Tshino Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

5

Van Velden Hospital

Six [6]

One [1]

76

Ha-Mutsha Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

6

Dr CN Phathudi Hospital

Twelve [12]

Two [2]

77

Manavhela Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

7

Letaba Hospital

Fourteen [14]

Not applicable

78

Davhana Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

8

Thomo Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

79

Tshimbupfe Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

9

Mapayeni Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

80

Levubu Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

10

Mhlava Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

81

Marseilles Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

11

Khakhala / Hlomela Clinic

Two [2]

Not applicable

82

Wayeni Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

12

Xivulani Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

83

Mashamba Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

13

Muyexe Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

84

Helderwater Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

14

Giyani Health Centre

Not applicable

One [1]

85

Masakona Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

15

Kheyi Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

Makhuva Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

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Olifantshoek Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

16

87

Sereni Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

17

Xikhumba Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

88

Tiyane Health Centre (CHC)

Not applicable

One [1]

18

Xitlakati Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

89

Rumani Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

19

Zava Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

90

Matsa Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

20

Loloka Clinic

three [3]

One [1]

91

Mphephu Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

21

Matsotsosela Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

92

Straightgardt Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

22

Dzumeri Health Centre (CHC)

One [1]

One [1]

93

Mudimeli Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

23

Kremetart Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

94

Khomele Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

24

Ngobe Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

95

Makhado Health Centre (CHC)

Not applicable

One [1]

25

Ratanang Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

96

Vhambelani Maelula

One [1]

One [1]

26

Nkomo D Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

97

Vuvha Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

27

Sikhimming Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

98

Phadzima Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

28

Bochabelo Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

99

Rabali Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

29

Basani Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

100 Tshikuwi Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

30

Hlaneki Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

101 Beaconsfield Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

31

Nkuri Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

102 Kutama Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

32

Dengeza Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

103 Madombidzha Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

104 Vleifontein Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

33

Msengi Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

105 Tshakhuma Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

34

Ntluri Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

106 Kulani Gateway Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

35

Duiwelskloof Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

107 Midoroni Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

36

Medingeni Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

37

Sekgopo Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

38

Kgapane Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

108 Tshilwavhusiku Health Centre Not applicable (CHC)

One [1]

109 Makuya Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

39

Kgapane Gateway Clinic

Three [3]

Not applicable

110 Mulala Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

40

Mamaila Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

Middle Water Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

111 Masisi Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

41

112 Manenzhe Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

42

Raphahlelo Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

113 Tshipise Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

43

Pheeha Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

114 Thengwe Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

44

Lebaka Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

One [1]

45

Bellevue Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

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46

Maphalle Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

116 Tshikundamalema Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

47

Rotterdam Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

117 Rambuda Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

48

Charlie Rangani Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

118 Matavhela Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

49

Senopela Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

119 Tshiungani Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

50

Seapole Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

120 Mutale Health Centre (CHC)

Not applicable

One [1]

121 Madala Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

51

Mamanyoha Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

122 Khakhu Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

52

Matswi Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

123 Folovhodwe Clinic

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53

Bolobedu Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

124 Guyuni Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

54

Modjadji Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

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57

Phalaborwa (CHC)

58

Namakgale Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

59

Namakgale A Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

60

Mahale Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

61

Selwana Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

62

Maphutha L Malatjie Clinic

Not applicable

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63

Humulani Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

64

Lulekani Health Centre (CHC)

Not applicable

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65

Letsitele Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

66

Mohlaba Clinic

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One [1]

67

Khujwana Clinic

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Dan Clinic

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One [1]

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Mariveni Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

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Letaba Gateway Clinic

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Nkowankowa Health Centre One [1] (CHC)

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Mamitwa Clinic

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One [1]

73

Nyavana Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

74

Mokgwathi Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

75

Ramotshinyadi Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

76

Ooghoek Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

77

DR Hugo Nkabinde Clinic

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78

Makgope Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

79

Mawa Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

80

Grace Mugondeni Health Cen- Three [3] tre (CHC)

One [1]

81

Mohoboya Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

82

Maake Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

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Lenyenye Clinic

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Lephepane Clinic

One [1]

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85

Moime Clinic

Three [3]

Not applicable

86

DR CN Phatudi Gateway Clinic Two [2]

Not applicable

87

Shiluvana Health Centre (CHC) Two [2]

One [1]

88

Caltona Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

Jane Furse Hospital Kgapane Hospital Lebowakgomo Hospital Letaba Hospital Limpopo College of Nursing Louis Trichardt Hospital

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Jamela Clinic

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Tours Clinic

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91

Mogapeng Clinic

Not applicable

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92

Zangoma Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

93

Julesburg Health Centre (CHC) One [1]

Not applicable

94

Busstop Clinic

Two [2]

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95

Tzaneen Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

96

Madumane Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

97

Morapalala Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

98

Morutji Malatjie

Not applicable

One [1]

99

Motupa Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

100 Van Velden Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

101 Relela Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

102 Hoedspruit Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

103 The Willows Clinic

Three [3]

One [1]

Malamulele Hospital Mankweng Hospital Maphutha L Malatjie Hospital Matlala Hospital Mecklenburg Hospital Messina Hospital Mokopane Hospital Mopani District Nkhensani Hospital Pietersburg Hospital Philadelphia Hospital Sekhukhune District Sekororo Hospital Seshego Hospital St. Rita’s Hospital Siloam Hospital

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104 Mabins Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

105 The Oaks Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

106 Sekororo Clinic

Two [2]

One [1]

107 Sekororo Gateway Clinic

One [1]

Not applicable

108 Lorraine Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

109 Sophia Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

110 Calais Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

111 Turkey Clinic

One [1]

One [1]

112 Bismark Clinic

Not applicable

One [1]

Thabamoopo Hospital Tshilidzini Hospital Thabazimbi Hospital Van Velden Hospital Vhembe District Voortrekker Hospital Warmbaths Hospital Waterberg District WF Knobel Hospital Witpoort Hospital Zebediela Hospital

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Limpopo College of Nursing

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3

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Three [3]

4

Sovenga Campus

Seven [7]

5

Sekhukhune Campus

Five [5]

6

Waterberg Campus

Five [5]

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Defenders secure position in MMK Oscar Stars too good for the Birds By Kaizer Nengovhela

Mpheni Home Defenders strengthened their position in the MMK Administrator League when they beat Madombidzha Western Stars on Tuesday at the Mpheni grounds. The absence of the Defenders’ playmaker, Rendani Ncube, was evident from the onset as there was no one to win and distribute balls from the middle of the park to the goal poachers. Both sides played attacking football, making the match entertaining to watch. Defenders had their first cause for regret in the fifth minute. Lucky Munyai missed a golden chance when he shot wide. Silas Rammbona of Stars scored the only goal of his team in the 24th minute. He unleashed a powerful header from outside the box and the keeper of Defenders, Mpho Muligwa, watched in disbelief as the ball passed the goal line. Emmanuel Mphephu initiated the second goal in the match after receiving the ball just behind the centre line. He ran towards the right corner from where he dished out a square pass to Tebogo Thangwane. Thangwane beat the Stars keeper, Zwanga Netshidzivhe, with a ground cutter to equalize. Realizing that their chances were slim, Stars abandoned their positions and packed themselves at the far back. The halftime score was 1-1. Stars’ captain, Maanda Magoro, caused an upset when he shot aimlessly from close

range early in the second half. Oscar Leaka of Stars made a blunder when he passed the ball to his opponent, Thabo Matuba of Defenders, who grabbed the opportunity to score the winning goal.

attempt missed the target by inches. Makhitha Oscar Stars beat Leavy Machaba of Stars their rivals, Makhitha Yelscored the only goal of the low Birds, 1-0 in the MMK match in the 34th minute. Administrators league He unleashed a powerful shot match played at the Makhfrom outside the box that beat itha grounds on Saturday. the keeper of Birds, EngedzaStars took the match to ni Musihana. Birds from the first whisThe second half saw Birds tle, forcing the opposition’s pressing hard in search of defence to abandon their the equaliser. Khathutshelo positions and pack themselves Ramuedzisi of Stars dribbled at the back. past three defenders in a row, Stars threatened to score but shot wide when left with in the fourth minute. Their only the keeper to beat. diminutive left-footed striker, Frans Lethole and Aubrey Takalani Mbekwa, went loose Makhokha of Birds were caufrom the far left corner after tioned with yellow cards for beating two defenders in a different infringements. Birds row and unleashed a powerful substituted Itani Dzhabuli shot from the edge of the box. and Awelani Ravuku for TakaThe Stars keeper, Faith lani Tshituka and Shumani Ratombo, pulled off a brave Nthulane respectively. save when Itani Dzhabuli Stars keeper Faith Ratombo forced his way through the dived to stop the shot of defence of Stars before passRudzani Nebulu late in the ing to Shumani Nthulane. His match. By Kaizer Nengovhela

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Makhado 0920 Lucky Munyai (right) of Defenders with the ball, with Silas Rammbona lurking behind.

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID PROVISION OF PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES

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

Thulamela Municipality is inviting interested consulting companies, for rendering professional architectural and engineering services of the following projects: ITEM NO

REFERENCE NUMBER

PROJECT AREA

BID DOCUMENT PRICE

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Bid No 86 / 2017 / 2018

Design of Tshilamba Arts Centre

R572.00

The successful company/companies will be expected to provide the technical expertise in terms of planning & design, tendering, monitoring the project implementation, etc. Documents (MBD) will be available from Thulamela Municipality’s Procurement office as from 8 May 2018 upon a nonrefundable cash payment of R 572-00 or can be downloaded from the e tender portal. Interested companies are invited to attend a compulsory tender briefing on 15 May 2018, at 11h00 at Thulamela Information Centre Boardroom. Bidding companies are required to submit the bid documents with the following compulsory requirements: • Valid tax clearance certificate issued by SARS. • Company registration documents. • Valid proof of registration for Professional Indemnity Insurance. • Proof of Professional Registration of proposed project leader / manager. • CVs of the proposed project team, and their office location. • Similar previously executed projects with contract values and client’s contact details. • Companies’ and/or Directors’ proof of payment for the Municipal accounts (rates & taxes) in their area of jurisdiction, not older than 3 months and not in arrears for more the 90 days. 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 and functionality. The minimum threshold for functionality is 60% and bidders who scores less than 60% will not be considered for further evaluation.

ONDERBREKING VAN ELEKTRISITEITSTOEVOER Kennis geskied hiermee dat ‘n algehele onderbreking van die elektrisiteitstoevoer sal voorkom op die onderstaande datum en tyd na al die verbruikers van die MAKHADO (LOUIS TRICHARDT) NETWERK. Verbruikers wat geraak sal word is almal wat aan die hoofsubstasie geskakel is. (Maralyn (Tshikodobo, Zaamekomste, Manavhela) Bandelierkoplyn (Magau), die hele dorp en Levubu asook Mashau Tondoni en Valdizia, Levubu 1 & 2, Shefeera (Khunda Matshawawe) en die Berglyn (Maname Paradise). Die afskakeling is nodig om Eskom en die Munisipaliteit die geleentheid te gee om die geskeduleerde jaarlikse instandhouding van die hoofsubstasies te doen om sodoende toekomstige onbeplande kragonderbrekings te beperk. DATUM SONDAG: 6/05/2018

EVALUATION CRITERIA

POINTS ALLOCATED

Qualifications

20

Key personnel similar experience

40

Methodology

20

Firm’s similar experience

15

MAKHADO MUNICIPALITY INTERRUPTION OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY Notice is hereby given of an entire interruption of the electricity supply to all consumers of the MAKHADO (LOUIS TRICHARDT) NETWORK on the under mentioned date and time. Consumers that will be affected are ALL those who are connected to the (Mara line (Tshikodobo, Zaamekomste, Manavhela) Bandelierkop line (Magau), the entire town and Levubu as well as Mashau Tondoni and Valdizia, Levubu 1 & 2, Shefeera (Khunda Matshawawe) and the Mountain line (Maname Paradise). The interruption is necessary to enable Eskom and the Municipality to do their scheduled annual main substation maintenance in order to restrict future unplanned power interruptions. DATE SUNDAY: 6/05/2018

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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 11h00 on 23 May 2018. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, and Thohoyandou. 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 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. Technical enquiries can be directed to Mr. Nemakonde M.P. at 083 457 2249 and/or Nemadzhilili H.A at 071 852 3782. Administrative queries can be directed to Mrs Mudau Phophi at 015 962 7500/7796.

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

TIME 07:00-17:00

No guarantee can be given that the electricity supply will be interrupted during the entire specified time. The electricity supply to certain parts of the electricity network may be restored earlier or later than the specified time or not interrupted at all. All consumers are therefore warned that the Council’s electrical lines must be considered live during the entire period. The interruption will however be subject to fair weather conditions.

MASIPALA WA MAKHADO U KHAUWA HA NDISEDZO YA MUDAGASI

Hu khou divhadzwa Vhashumisi vhothe vhane vha mudagasi une vha u disedzwa nga Masipala wa Makhado vha khou divhadzwa uri hu do vha na u khauwa ha ndisedzo ya mudagasi nga duvha na tshifhinga zwo bulwaho kha ndivhadzo iyi. Hu do kwamea vhashumisi vha mudadasi vha mivhundu i no wana mudagasi kha laini dza Mara, Bandelierkop, line dzothe dzi nekedzaho mudagasi Levubu, laini ya Tshifhire, na Mountain line. Mivhundu ine ya do kwamea ndi i tevhelaho: Tshikodobo, Zamekom, Ha-Manavhela, Ha-Magau, Ha-Mashau Thondoni, Valdezia, Khunda, Matshavhawe, Maname Paradise, dorobono ya Makhado, na mabulasi othe u ya Mara, Levubu, Bandelierkop, Mountain na u ya Tshifhire.

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TYD 07:00-17:00

Geen waarborg kan gegee word dat die elektrisiteitstoevoer gedurende die hele vermelde tydperk onderbreek sal wees nie. Die elektrisiteitstoevoer na sekere dele van die netwerk mag dalk vroeër of later as die vermelde tyd weer herstel word of glad nie onderbreek word nie. Alle verbruikers word derhalwe gewaarsku dat die Raad se elektrisiteitsleidings gedurende die hele tydperk as stroomdraend beskou moet word. Die onderbreking sal egter onderhewig wees aan mooiweers toestande.

Functionality Score Table:

Skills transfer

Stars’ only goal scorer, Leavy Machaba.

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DUVHA SONDAHA: 6/05/2018

TSHIFHINGA 07:00-17:00

A hu khou khwathisedzwa uri mudagasi u do tuwa lwa tshifhinga tsho fhelelaho sa zwe tsha bulwa. Mudagasi u nga di sa tsimiwa kana wa tou tavhanya u fungwa hafhu kha vhunwe ha vhupo ho bulwaho. Vhathu vha tsivhudzwa-ha uri kha vha dzhie idzi laini/thambo dza mudagasi dzi tshi vha dzi na mudagasi misi yothe. Hone-ha, u tsimiwa uhu ha mudagasi hu do langulwa nga mutsho wavhudi nga lelelo duvha lo bulwaho. J E JOUBERT MAN. ELECT. ENG. SERVICES

MR C W MOLOKOMME DIR. TECHNICAL SERVICES

MR N F TSHIVEHGWA MUNICIPAL MANAGER

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street LOUIS TRICHARDT, 0920 Notice No: 57 of 2018 File No: 16/2/7 30 April 2018 Ej/onderbreek_6 may2018

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LIMPOPO MIRROR

22 4 May 2018

“TTM are not for sale” By Kaizer Nengovhela The owner of the Limpopo-based team competing in the National First Division, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) has denied rumours that the team is up for sale. TTM made the headlines on a few occasions since October last year for struggling to pay its players and technical staff. The matter was reported to the Premier Soccer League’s dispute resolution chamber. The team boss, Mr Masala Mulaudzi, bought

the National First Division status from Milano last year around July. He was adamant that TTM was not going anywhere. “I would like to advise our supporters and the people of Limpopo that there is no truth in those media reports,” said Mulaudzi. It has been reported in the media over the past few weeks that a Mpumalanga-based team, Acornbush United, were poised to buy TTM outright or buy a stake in the club. “The allegations are creating a bad image for our club, because we can’t even negotiate with any company for a sponsorship as part of our preparations for the next soccer season,” said Mulaudzi. “I have approached various companies the past few weeks for sponsorship, but the first question asked is why I am looking for a financial backing when the club is up for sale. How can I sell the club while at the same time playing well in the league in the first year?” asked Mulaudzi. Mulaudzi said that he had been running the team without any financial assistance. “I have been spending sleepless nights to assemble a formidable side that will make our supporters and the people of Limpopo in general proud to be associated with TTM,” he said.

Potholes and Avalon in 0-0 draw By Frank Mavhungu

Netshidzivhe with Nakisani Netshilungwi and Humbulani Davhula respectively. Davhula soon realized that it was not his day when he squandered two clear chances in a row. He caused an upset in the 74th minute by shooting wide with the keeper already beaten. The game turned lukewarm in the last 10 minutes as the teams played defensive football.

Tshatshingo Potholes rose to the occasion and unexpectedly held the log leaders, Mukula Avalon, to a goalless draw in their Thulamela Local Football Association League match played at the Tshidzivhe grounds on Saturday. The absence of Dakalo Tshikosi in the Potholes’ midfield was evident from the start. Tshikosi watched the game from the touchline. He was still nursing a head injury that he sustained in their game against Muhuyu XI Experience at the Khubvi Benjies grounds two weeks ago. Potholes had nobody but themselves to blame for the unimpressive results. They squandered numerous scoring opportunities in the game. Realizing that their scoring chances were slim, Avalon effected the first change to their starting 11 when the game was 18 minutes old. They introduced Lufuno Mudau and sacrificed Trevor Davhana, who was looking weary from the onset. Potholes’ fast forward, Tshenzhelani Maboho, could not live up to the fans’ expectations as he was tightly marked. The only time Maboho came close to scoring in the first half was when he received a pre-cooked pass from Thendo Tshivhase in the 29th minute and forced his way through the defense of Avalon before trying his luck with a half volley. The ball went wide. Potholes replaced Fhulufhedza- Khodani Radamba of Potholes kicks the ball, while Ndinannyi Takalani of Avalon pulls him back. ni Netshiluvhi and Thavha

United Brothers wallop Mapate Mambas 4-0 By Frank Mavhungu TTM are not for sale, says Masala Mulaudzi.

District Municipality

Calling All Emerging Construction Contractors

Dzwerani United Brothers secured a place in the next stage of the prestigious MTG KO competition by beating Mapate Black Mambas 4-0 at the Tshisaulu grounds on Tuesday. Black Mambas were down and out from the onset. As if they were already leading, Black Mambas played defensive football from the first

Invitation for Training and Development of Emerging Contractors through the Vhembe District Municipality’s EPWP Vuk’uphile Learnership Programme Vhembe District Municipality, in partnership with the National Department of Public Works, is embarking on a training programme for contractors under the auspices of the Expanded Public Works Vuk’uphile Learneship Programme. The primary objective of this structured, formal learnership programme is to develop emerging contractors into sustainable construction companies with the ability to execute and oversee labour-intensive projects. In particular, the focus will be on developing entrepreneurial, business and technical skills. Our first interest is in historically disadvantaged people who have the potential to succeed in the construction industry, and we would particularly like to hear from individuals who: • Are experienced in the construction or contracting sector • Are experienced in owning, running or managing a business. Individuals or companies that are at CIDB 3 and higher in any class of work will not be considered. People living with disability are encouraged to apply. Selection Criteria Prospective construction entities must: • Be registered as a construction entity (Company/Close Corporation) with the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission • Local resident • Be registered with the National Treasury Central Supply Database • Be registered with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) and have a civil (CE) and/or building (GB) CIDB Class 1 or Class 2 classification. Prospective contractors must: • Be literate and numerate in English and Mathematics respectively • Be a local resident within Vhembe District Municipality • Be willing to enter into a full-time, for a period not less than twenty four (24) months, learnership contract for construction contractor at NQF Level 4 as well as an entrepreneurial/business skills programme, and • Have a minimum of Grade 11 (Standard 9) and/or obtain recognition of prior learning by the closing date. Important Dates A compulsory briefing session will be held on 7 May 2018 at 10:00 at the entrance of Vhembe District Municipality. The closing date for applications is 25 May 2018 at 16:30. No late applications will be accepted. Applications must be submitted on the official application form. These forms will be issued on the day of the compulsory briefing. Completed forms should be addressed to: Vhembe District Municipality, Old Parliament Building, Government Complex, next to Khoroni Hotel, Registry Office. Enquiries can be directed to the General Manager: Technical Services at (015) 960-2000 or EPWP Coordinator, T Ramashidzha at (015) 960-3559. Mr MR Rambado - Municipal Manager Human Communications 140960

whistle. That gave their opponents enough opportunities to invade their territory. United Brothers found the net in the 18th minute. Their overlapping defender, Pfunzo Mudau, forced his way through and blasted in a rocket from close range. Instead of regrouping from behind and taking the game to the opponents, Black Mambas continued to maintain their original pattern. United Brothers increased the margin in the 24th minute. Pfunzo Mamaguvhi received a neat pass from Livhuwani Tshiedzaedza and unleashed a powerful ground cutter from inside the box. The closest Black Mambas came to scoring was when Thabelo Netshakhuma tried his luck from the 25-metre line with a half volley. The ball missed the target by inches.

Black Mambas effected the first change to their starting 11 by introducing Sydwell Mukhatshelwa for Vhutshilo Nesindande. United Brothers scored the third through Aubrey Mudau in the 38th minute. Brothers were reduced to 10 men four minutes before the break. Azwidihwi Makharamedzha was given his marching orders for tackling David Ramakuela from behind. Although United Brothers were one man down throughout the last 45 minutes, Black Mambas failed to capitalize on the setback. Black Mambas were awarded a penalty in the 57th minute after a defender of Brothers handled the ball within the box. Musiiwa Negota caused an upset by shooting straight to the keeper. Oscar Ntshauba scored the fourth goal later in the game.

Mutshidzi Nenguda of Brothers hooks the ball, while Musiiwa Negota of Black Mambas is on his heels.

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Rolindiwa Nevhunama of Black Mambas kicks the ball, while Aubrey Mudau of United Brothers is on his heels.


LIMPOPO MIRROR

4 May 2018 23

Victory for TTM against Uthongathi Kapinga. TTM took the lead in the 24th minTshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila ute. They were awarded a free kick after (TTM) pushed Uthongathi FC deep Mpambaniso Monde was brought down into the relegation quagmire when just outside the box. David Mathebula they crushed them 2-1 in their Natried his luck with the free kick. A detional First Division League match fender of Uthongahti, Philani Gumede, played at the Thohoyandou Stadium deflected the ball back into his own net on Sunday. in an attempt to clear it. The visitors from Durban demonUthongathi lost their original shape strated their rough skills from the first in the middle of the park after TTM’s whistle. The referee, Mr Masixole Bam- goal. They were severely punished for biso, refused to see any of the culprits that. TTM capitalized on the setback go unpunished. He flashed two yellow and increased the lead in the 29th mincards within the first 10 minutes of the ute. Aluwani “Killer” Nedzamba headed game. Njabulo Buthelezi was booked for home, following a scramble within the a late tackle on Mpambaniso Monde. box. Andile Khumalo was also reprimandNedzamba’s goal served as a wake-up ed with a card for obstructing Lesedi call to the players of Uthongahti. They By Frank Mavhungu

initiated some promising moves from behind in the last 15 minutes of the first half. Their efforts paid dividends when they pulled one back in the 40th minute. Menzi Ndwandwe beat the TTM keeper, Bongani Manavhela, with a ground cutter to bring the half-time score to 2-1. Uthongathi approached the latst half with more self-confidence, but they could not find their way through TTM’s rock-solid wall. Although Uthongathi used all their substitution chances in the last half, the moves did not change the complexion of the game. TTM replaced David Mathebula and Tebogo Kalake with Lesvin Stoffels and Nurzhad Pail respectively later in the game. Bongani Manavhela, TTM’s keeper, pulled off two brilliant saves towards the end of the exciting Mpambaniso Monde of TTM (right) and Andile Khumalo of Uthongathi chase the ball. game.

Busy weekend for the MMK teams By Frank Mavhungu A busy weekend waits for the teams affiliated to the MMK Administrators Soccer League. Most of the teams will play two matches. The Stream A title chasers, United Artists and SMSA FC, will have a mountain to climb this weekend. SMSA will travel to Makovha village, where they will lock horns with Makovha All Stars tomorrow. They will host Shigamani FC at the Makhuvha Stadium on Sunday. SMSA are still in celebratory mood after beating Govhu Black Bulls at the Makhuvha Stadium last Friday. Makovha and Shigamani must keep a watchful eye on SMSA’s playmakers, Caesman

Chauke and Ntsako Sithole, or else they will never know what had hit them when the referee blows the final whistle. United Artists will pay a visit to Muziafera Blue Eagles tomorrow before hosting Mphego Real Rovers at the Lufule grounds on Sunday. The Stream B log leaders, Mukula Young Santos, will host Mahangala Young Stars at the Tshidzani Tsha Maria grounds. Nweli Stone Breakers will fight for points against Vondwe XI Bullets at the Nweli grounds. Mbilwi New Generations will host Maranzhe Hungry Lions. One of the Stream C relegation candidates, Dobby Freedom Birds, will play away against Themba Sunrise Rid-

ers at the Ngwenani grounds. Cobra Stars will play host to Gwamasenga United Brothers at the Tshisaulu Greenfields grounds. The other fixtures are: Tshivhazwaulu Peace Makers vs Beuster Mighty Chiefs, Mpheni Home Defenders vs Madombidzha Arsenal, Western Stars vs Makhitha Oscar Stars, Mukondeni Shooting Stars vs Sereni Home Boys, Mashamba Soccer Academy vs Wayeni Sea Robbers, Tshikuwi Stone Breakers vs Matanda Rockers, Mauluma Black Mambas vs Rabali Pull Together, Musina All Stars vs Berea FC, Sambandou United Professionals vs Makuya Junior Aces and Ficus FC vs Muhuyu Copper Stars.

Highlands Park tame Lidoda Duvha By Frank Mavhungu Black Leopards’ supporters left the Makhulong Stadium in Thembisa with sore hearts after their team donated significant league points to Highlands Park, following their 1-2 defeat in their National First Division League match on Sunday. Although Lidoda duvha were

the first to blow the trumpet, things gradually started going pear-shaped for them. Leopards opened their account through Khuliso Mudau in the 24th minute. He gave the ball the final touch, following Mwape Musonda’s square pass. The Thohoyandou outfit enjoyed the 1-0 lead until the referee blew the half-time whistle.

Khuliso Mudau scored Leopards’ solitary goal.

Highlands Park fought back via Peter Shalulile and Thabo Shatlale in the opening minutes of the last half. Highlands Park were reduced to 10 men in the 74th minute. Their scoring machine, Mothobi Mvalo, was given his marching orders, following a dangerous tackle on Meshack Maphangule. Black Leopards dropped to the third position on the log after the defeat. Lidoda duvha must now at least hold Jomo Cosmos to a draw to be sure of a promotional playoff place. Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) restored their pride by beating Uthongathi FC 2-1 at the Thohoyandou Stadium. David Mathebula and Aluwani “Killer” Nedzamba scored for TTM, while Uthongathi’s solitary goal came via Menzi Ndwandwe. Jomo Cosmos secured a place in the promotional playoffs after their 3-2 victory over Super Eagles at the Vosloorus Stadium in Johannesburg. Ubuntu Cape Town went into the relegation quagmire after losing 1-2 to Richards Bay FC at the Umhlatuze Sports Complex in Richards Bay. Ubuntu must now beat TTM at the Athlone Stadium in Cape Town on Sunday to escape the relegation axe. Cape Town All Stars drew 1-1 with Royal Eagles. Real Kings were too good for Mthatha Bucks, whom they beat 2-0. Pretoria University lost 2-3 to Stellenbosch FC at the Absa Tuks Stadium in Pretoria. Witbank Spurs crushed Mbombela United 1-0 at the Puma Rugby Stadium in Emalahleni.

SOCCER LEAGUE LOGS

Deadline: Tuesday 12:00 No handwritten logs will be accepted MLFA VUWANI STREAM

Team Played Mabidi Mighty Green 17 Nngwekhulu Real Rovers 15 Malonga Vultures 15 Tshimbupfe Disco Stars 16 Fc Mazhakandila 17 Tshino Village Brothers 13 Mashau Young Stars 16 Tshakhuma Seven Stars 16 Mashau Doli Anchors 15 Mashau Bafanas 15 Ramukhuba Development 11 Vhangani FC 14 Vyeboom United 12 Tshimbupfe Mianzwi FC 10 Madobi United FC 9 Nesengani Shooting 9 Mashau Thenga Black Lion 14 Bofu Bluebirds 12

Draw 3 5 3 3 5 6 5 4 4 6 4 4 4 3 2 1 0 4

Lost 3 0 4 5 5 1 6 7 6 5 3 6 5 5 5 6 12 8

For 67 36 33 31 29 34 27 33 24 33 20 33 27 22 23 29 17

Against Points 12 74 21 51 27 47 20 45 27 45 31 42 29 39 41 38 21 36 32 34 21 33 43 31 31 30 30 30 43 27 50 22 39 22

For 22 25 33 25 21 17 13 21 16 15 11 12 7 10 10 9 9 6

Against Points 7 39 7 35 18 27 16 27 15 26 8 24 15 20 21 19 18 19 12 18 10 16 18 16 13 13 11 9 23 8 16 7 29 6 26 4

SAB/MMK Administrators: E Team Played Won Drawn Lost Makhitha Oscar Stars 25 20 5 0 Mpheni Home Defenders 25 20 3 2 Western Stars 25 15 7 3 Magau United 25 14 6 5 Makhitha Yellow Birds 24 11 6 7 Makhitha Iya Runga 26 10 8 8 Maebani Young Eagles 26 10 7 9 Zamenkomste FC 24 8 8 8 LTT Murunwa TVET 25 9 4 12 Midoroni Real Hearts 25 8 4 13 Tshikhwani Stone Breakers 25 7 6 12 Makhitha Up The Brooms 25 7 6 12 Muraleni United Bros 25 6 8 11 Manavhela Black Aces 25 4 10 11 Madombidzha Arsenal 25 4 5 16 Zoutpansberg Powerlines 24 4 4 16 Rainbow All Sports Academy23 4 3 16

For 50 66 50 42 37 41 35 37 36 32 24 40 28 22 25 20 14

Against Points 15 65 12 63 22 52 22 48 24 39 40 38 45 37 31 32 39 31 45 28 32 27 52 27 45 26 37 22 46 17 51 16 41 15

For 87 94 96 98 68 68 69 76 81 57 58 44 39 18 30 40 26

Against Points 42 61 47 59 38 57 41 55 57 53 41 52 28 50 57 43 55 41 38 73 62 31 55 25 95 22 53 20 69 20 91 17 82 15

SAB/MMK Administrators A Team Played Won Draw Lost United Artists 29 25 4 0 SMSA FC 28 23 2 3 Makovha All Stars 29 19 4 6 Muziafera Blue Eagles 28 18 6 4 Khandhani FC 28 11 11 6 Sidou Peace Makers 27 12 7 8 Budeli United 28 10 5 13 Royal Arsenal 28 8 9 11 Malamulele United 28 8 8 12 Langutani Blue Birds 27 8 7 12 Shigamani FC 27 8 7 12 Govhu Black Bulls 28 8 6 14 Matsakali Sky Rangers 28 6 9 13 Hozana Guptas 29 6 8 15 Mphego Real Rovers 27 7 4 16 Mulenzhe Shooting Stars 28 6 5 17 Scotch Winters 27 6 5 16 Dididi Manguvhewa FC 28 5 7 16

For 90 72 64 53 43 42 42 31 44 33 38 41 36 29 38 29 17 21

Against Points 20 79 27 71 27 61 34 60 33 44 34 43 72 35 32 33 49 32 34 31 46 31 46 30 48 27 45 26 60 25 55 23 51 23 50 22

SAB/MMK Administrators: F Team Played Won Draw Lost Wayeni Sea Robbers 29 25 3 1 Mashamba Soccer Acad 31 19 7 5 Kurhuleni Happy Fighters 30 18 8 4 Mashamba Benfica Utd 32 17 8 7 Vyeboom Marikana 32 15 11 6 Mashau Thondoni United 32 16 5 11 Phadziri FC 32 12 12 8 Bokkies Scientists 30 14 3 13 Mukondeni Shooting 32 11 12 9 Mulima FC 32 10 12 10 Muwaweni Lucky Stars 30 9 8 13 Mambedi FC 29 9 8 12 Valdezia Depotivo 28 9 7 12 Madadzhi Eversmiling 29 9 6 14 Eleven Worrior 32 7 11 14 Tshinavhe FC 31 6 9 16 Tshivhuyuni Two for Joy 31 5 10 16 Bofulamato United 30 4 12 14 Mojosi Blazing Ambers 31 6 6 19 Sereni Home Boys 31 5 4 22

For 73 57 46 44 44 43 22 43 26 45 25 23 28 23 27 32 25 20 31 20

Against Points 14 78 26 64 17 62 25 59 37 56 34 53 15 48 26 45 21 45 40 42 30 35 32 35 33 34 44 33 45 32 61 27 41 25 35 24 58 24 63 19

SAB/MMK Administrators B Team Played Won Draw Lost Mukula Young Santos 29 17 7 5 Phandulaluvalo 30 16 8 6 Marangari High Aims 31 16 8 7 Tshidzini Happy Fighters 30 13 15 2 Khubvi Dangerous Dakkies 32 13 7 12 Matagari Rising Stars 30 10 12 8 Madandila Happy Boys 30 9 13 8 Tshifudi XI Experince 30 9 12 9 Makula Jamaican Stars 29 10 9 10 Thenzheni Liverpool 30 8 14 8 Tshaulu Gheto Boys 29 9 9 11 Mahagala Young Stars 30 9 9 12 Tshitasini City FC 30 10 5 15 Tshaulu Powerline 29 9 7 13 Msasenda Big XI 31 6 15 10 Mutale Vikings 30 8 7 15 Matsika Shooting Stars 28 8 6 14 Gaba Union Fighters 29 6 11 12 Tshilonwe Young Brothers 29 8 4 17

For 53 51 60 54 36 32 36 43 31 46 36 32 42 40 43 33 24 30 36

Against Points 28 58 26 56 41 56 35 54 37 46 26 42 35 40 37 39 33 39 40 38 35 36 36 36 67 35 46 34 47 33 49 31 37 30 47 29 56 28

SAB/MMK Administrators: G Team Played Won Draw Lost Tshivhilidulu H Lion 25 17 6 2 Rabali Pull Together 25 15 8 2 Maelula United Bros 25 15 6 4 Phadzima KSP Young Stars 26 13 6 7 Matanda Rockers 25 12 7 6 Tshituni Hot Spurs 25 10 9 6 Seven United Brothers 25 9 9 7 Tshikuwi Stone Breakers 25 9 7 9 Sangoma Black Robbers 26 9 5 12 Nzhelele Young All 25 8 8 9 Mauluma Black Mambas 24 8 5 11 Edson Muraida 25 7 6 12 Mamvuka Black Stars 25 7 5 13 Dopeni Mighty Comrades 24 7 5 12 Khakhu Real Vultures 23 3 3 17 Nzhelele Home Sweepers 25 1 3 21

For 44 47 31 41 35 33 37 20 41 33 24 27 28 25 20 19

Against Points 13 57 17 53 12 51 26 45 24 43 30 39 31 36 21 34 33 32 39 32 26 29 38 27 35 26 32 26 61 12 68 6

SAB/MMK Administrators: H Played Won Draw Lost Berea FC 23 17 4 2 Annel Real Vikings 24 15 6 3 Ingwe FC 24 12 5 7 Musina All Stars 23 12 3 8 Bale United 23 10 9 4 Folovhodwe Stone Breakers 23 8 7 8 Musina United 21 7 8 6 Tshiungani Young Chiefs 23 7 7 9 Tshiilamisu Super Eagles 24 7 6 11 Muswodi Happy Fighters 24 5 9 10 Masisi Young Stars 22 6 6 10 Mapakoni Vikings 23 7 3 12 Tshenzhelani Diiteleni 22 5 6 11 Lwathudwa Black Movers 24 5 4 15 Tshisimani Top Challenges 21 4 7 10

For 39 44 30 45 30 18 22 23 21 19 20 28 19 22 16

Against Points 9 55 19 51 26 41 33 39 19 39 19 31 18 29 32 28 30 27 24 24 29 24 41 24 27 21 38 19 32 19

SAB/MMK Administrators: C Team Played Won Draw Lost Nweli Stone Breakers 27 17 4 6 Tshambobvu Junior Aces 26 15 6 5 Rockers FC 27 13 12 2 Mbilwi New Generation 28 14 9 5 Shonisani FC 28 11 13 4 Maranzhe Hungry Lion 28 10 12 6 Makhuvha All Stars 28 8 12 8 Godeni United 26 10 5 11 Ngwenani Young Chiefs 27 8 9 10 Ngovhela Backside 27 8 8 11 Marula XI 27 7 9 11 Ngudza Young Vultures 27 8 6 13 The Dolphins 26 7 8 11 Vondwe XI Bullets 27 6 10 11 Thembe Sunrise Riders 26 5 8 13 Mutuwa Brazilians 28 5 8 15 Dobby Freedom Birds 27 6 5 16

For 45 38 41 42 42 31 32 35 38 29 38 29 29 23 29 25 22

Against Points 22 55 16 51 24 51 29 51 26 46 29 42 31 36 40 35 37 33 34 32 34 30 36 30 34 29 29 28 43 23 51 23 53 23

SAB/MMK Administrators: I Team Played Won Draw Lost Ficus FC 27 17 5 5 Sambandou Unt Profession 28 16 6 6 Mutshenzheni Gorillas 29 16 4 9 Muledzhi Fire Boys 27 14 6 7 Rambuda Young Fighters 29 12 12 5 Phaphama All Stars 29 12 8 9 Makuya Junior Aces 28 10 13 5 Tshandama Try Together 29 11 9 9 Makuya Try Again 29 10 11 8 Mulodi Freedom Birds 28 9 12 7 Thengwe Flying Peace 28 10 9 9 Lukau FC 28 9 11 8 Mavunde Hungry Vultures 29 11 5 13 Madzivhanani Premier United27 7 5 15 Mavuma FC 28 6 6 16 Muhuya Copper Stars 29 5 8 16 Mulodi Young Santos 26 5 7 14 Tshixwadza Brazilians 20 0 1 19

For 43 50 47 56 40 45 42 27 45 28 34 43 31 29 31 35 30 13

Against Points 24 56 29 54 35 52 30 48 24 48 43 44 31 43 27 42 29 41 26 39 34 39 31 38 31 38 46 29 47 24 56 23 54 22 72 1

Team Swongozwi Masters LTT Masters Senedza Masters Vhulaudzi Masters Ellis Masters Sinthumele Kutama Dzanani 1 T/Association Wesifa Mastes Tshikhwani Masters Mandiwana Masters Ngovhela Masters Khakhu Masters Mudimeli Masters Rachi's Civil Masters Makungwi Masters Matidza Masters Mphaila Masters

Won 12 10 8 8 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 0

SAB/MMK Administrators D Team Played Won Draw Lost Tshakhuma RO Nandilani 28 24 2 2 Tshivhazwaulu P Makers 29 13 12 4 Flying Eagles United FC 28 13 8 7 Mutandani Pull Together 27 13 6 8 Beuster Mighty Chiefs 29 13 6 10 Gwamasenga Uni Bros 28 12 6 10 Duthuni Happy Boys 27 10 9 8 Tshakhuma KK Revolution 28 11 5 12 Phungo All Stars 27 9 9 9 Shayandima Disco Five 28 8 10 10 Kalahari FC 27 8 9 10 Voweto Max Force 28 8 7 13 Shayandima FC Dyamos 28 7 9 12 Univen FC 25 9 3 13 Cobra Stars FC 28 7 6 15 Tswinga Peace Makers 28 6 4 18 Mutsha Antlantis 27 5 7 15

Vhembe Masters Soccer League Played Won Draw Lost 27 18 7 2 27 18 5 4 25 18 3 4 27 17 4 6 27 17 2 8 26 16 4 6 25 15 5 5 26 12 7 7 27 13 2 12 27 12 2 13 27 8 7 12 27 8 1 18 26 6 4 16 26 6 2 18 26 6 2 18 28 4 5 19 27 3 6 18

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It’s do or die for Black Leopards starter after sustaining an injury to the knee in the game against Black Leopards must forget Highlands Park at the Makhuabout last weekend’s 1-2 defeat long Stadium last Sunday. at the hands of Highlands Tshakhuma Tsha Park and focus on the crucial Madzivhandila (TTM) will fly National First Division League to Cape Town, where they will match against Jomo Cosmos battle it out against Ubuntu that will be staged at the ThoCape at the Athlone Stadium. hoyandou Stadium on Sunday. Royal Eagles will entertain WitWhile Cosmos have only pride bank Spurs at the Harry Gwala at stake in the match, the situaStadium in Pietermaritzburg. tion is totally different for Black Stellenbosch FC will play host Leopards. Lidoda duvha need to Highlands Park at the Parow at least a draw in the match to Park Stadium in Cape Town. secure a place in the promotional The match between Mbombeplayoffs. Cosmos, on the other la United and Richards Bay FC hand, booked their place in the will be staged at the Kabokweni promotional playoffs by beating Stadium in Nelspruit. Real Kings Super Eagles 3-2 last weekend. will host Cape Town All Stars at Should the other two promothe King Zwelithini Stadium in tional playoffs contenders, Real Durban. Kings and Witbank Spurs, drop Pretoria University will be points in their matches, Black the visitors to Uthongathi FC at Leopards will qualify even if they the Princess Magogo Stadium lose against Jomo Cosmos. in Durban. Uthongathi must Cosmos’s fast forwards, win the match to escape the Carlton Mashumba and Lifa relegation axe. Super Eagles and Hlongwane, will have it tough Mthatha Bucks will lock horns against Leopards’ goal poachers at the Goble Park Stadium in in Mwape Musonda, Ivan MahBethlehem. angwahaya and Karabo Tshepe. Leopards’ playmaker, Phathutshedzo Nange, is a doubtful By Frank Mavhungu

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By Frank Mavhungu SMSA FC enhanced their chances of promotion by beating Govhu Black Bulls 2-0 in their MMK Administrators Soccer League match at the Makhuvha Stadium last Friday. SMSA deserved to win from the onset as the visitors looked hopeless for the better part of the game. Although Black Bulls showed no appetite for goals, the home side failed to score an avalanche of goals within the first 20 minutes of the game. Instead, they created numerous scoring opportunities, with their strikers letting them down by shooting aimlessly at the goal posts. In the first instance, their centre forward, Takalani Mmbadi, received a neat pass from Hakhakhi Mudau and tried his luck with a half volley. The ball missed the target by inches, much to the fans’ disappointment. As if that was not good enough to stir up the team’s enthusiastic supporters, Ntsako Sithole committed a similar blunder moments thereafter. Instead of relaxing on the ball and trying other possible ways, Sithole chose to unleash from inside the box. He suffered the pain of watching the ball missing the target by inches. SMSA finally took the lead in the 25th minute.

Godfrey Bila of Black Bulls hooks the ball, while Mukovhe Mudzikiti of SMSA takes a dive.

They were awarded a corner kick after the keeper of Black Bulls, Lassy Mashila, palmed the ball away after failing to deal with Musa Mkhabele’s close-range attempt. Ntiviso Maluleke took the corner kick and Hlayisani Maluleke headed home. The struggle continued, with SMSA enjoying more ball possession. The score was 2-0 when the referee, Mr Mbonisi Ndlovu, blew the half-time whistle. Their second goal came via Mukovhe Mudzikiti, whose header looked too hot for the Bulls’ keeper to handle. Singita Shabani of Black Bulls sustained an injury to the knee 10 minutes into the last half. Shabani was not replaced as Bulls did not have substitutes on their bench. Although Bulls played 35 minutes of the last half with only 10 men, SMSA failed to capitalize on the setback.

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