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Six families left without a home By Kaizer Nengovhela

The two parents of Tshinakaho Mulaudzi, Godfrey Mulaudzi and Masakona Mulamu.

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and I suspect they had died from smoke inhalation,” she said. Two toddlers from Magau village died a grueFirefighters and members of the SAPS arrived some death on Monday afternoon when the on the scene shortly thereafter, but it was too shack they were staying in burnt down. How late. Nothing could be retrieved from the shack the fire started is still a mystery, as well as the and the damage is estimated to be in the region reasons why the two little girls had been on of R30 000. their own when the fire broke out. A family spokesperson, Mr Stanley Mulaudzi, The two sisters, Tshilidzi Mulamu (3) and expressed their shock with the gruesome death Tshinakaho Mulaudzi (2), were seemingly of the toddlers. “My heart bleeds with pain and trapped in the blazing inferno. Unlike other we will never forget this incident. Imagine the days, when the children were left with neighpain of losing two children at the same time and bours, they were left the sorrow of your house being destroyed by on their own that the cruel flames,” he said. He also thanked the day. community members for their support during A neighbour, who this painful episode. wanted to remain Mr Tshilidzi Thivheli, the heartbroken father anonymous, said of the firstborn, Tshilidzi Mulamu, said he found she had noticed it hard to accept that his daughter had died. “I smoke coming from do not believe it. They should have called us to the shack at about have a look at the ashes and the bones in order 17:30. “I rushed to identify her. I won’t believe them, until they there, only to find come with an answer to this riddle.” that the whole shack He said he was just praying that the police was on fire. We tried would do their homework and bring the culprit opening the doors, to book. “Whoever did it does not deserve to be using spades, and we out here, but in jail. Let them hunt him and lock also broke the winhim or her up for good,” he said. dows. We found the Vhamusanda Vho-Ndwakhulu Sinthumule The devasted father of two kids lying down, expressed his shock about the death of the two Tshilidzi Mulamu,Mr burnt to ashes. They children. “They died a very painful death,” he Tshilidzi Thivheli. were already dead, said. “We are hurting as a community. This is too much for us. We will comfort the affected family,” he said. Limpopo police spokesperson Lt-Col Moatshe Ngoepe confirmed the incident and said they were worried about the continuous acts of poor The best in the field child safety. He said after receiving information about the incident, the police and firefighters 074 696 0767 / 072 782 3121 reacted quickly, but found the shack already Steel Casing - R800 per metre gutted with all its contents and the children had Drill and Drive - R1 200 per metre passed away. Reeming and casing is “At this stage, the cause of the fire is not required by formation known, but our forensic teams will find out as investigations unfold. We are urging parents to ASK FOR DISCOUNT put children’s safety first,” said Ngoepe. The funeral for the two girls will take place at Magau this weekend. The family also appealed to businesses or individuals who feel they can contribute towards the funeral costs to contact them at 076-9316735. By Kaizer Nengovhela

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Six families of Ha-Manyuwa were left homeless when a fire burnt their huts to the ground on Monday. Earlier this week, community members were still in shock and the full extent of the damage still had to be calculated. The remains of the huts stood as a scary warning of the damage that fires can inflict on defenceless residents. Even the possessions inside the huts were destroyed, with provisional estimates of the damage set at about R800 000. The cause of the fire is still unknown. One of the victims, Mr Lawrence Muofhe, said that the fire started a day before in the veld at the local mountain. He said that the fire got out of hand the following day (Monday), and residents were unable to control it amid the strong winds that afternoon. The fire then spread to the houses of the families.

Muofhe’s four-room house was one of the buildings that was gutted by the fire. He desperately tried to salvage some of his furniture but was unable to do so. The fire left them homeless, without food or blankets. Another resident, VhoTshavhungwa Budeli, said she had never experienced such a situation. She had to watch helplessly as her hut was caught in the blaze. She was left with only the clothes she was dressed in. Cllr Livhuwani Maduze from the Thulamela Municipality visited the six families to assess the damage and to see how they could help them recover. The councillor said the situation should be addressed and the families should be comforted and not feel that they were lost. “We had seen that most of their valuable possessions were lost in the incident,” he said. Cllr Maduze promised the families that they would strive

to seek help from various stakeholders. This would allow the six families to have a place to stay for the interim period. Maduze described the incident as brutal and painful to the families. A plea was made to community members and the business sector to assist the family with food, clothes, school uniforms and books. “The families want to repair the houses, but it seems as if it will be difficult,” said a community member, Mr Solly Muthathedzwa. He said that it was sad that the families had to lose all their prized possessions in these trying economic times. “It will be very hard for them, as they had accumulated their things over many years. It will be difficult for them to buy the goods again. They will need community support.” Anyone who wants to help can call Cllr Maduze at 0723183320.

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“Thank God, our lives were saved” that they had a problem with the fire extinguisher pipe which A resident of Madombidzha they had to attend to first. lost his 12-room house, a “They came long after the Mercedes Benz and other fire had reduced the house related property in a fire that into ashes; that’s after two and occurred on Heritage Day (24 a half hours,” he said. “MeanSeptember) at about 01:30. while, we had lost everything Mr Tshililo Maelekano in the fire, and by everything I was fast asleep when he was mean that I and other family awakened by the sound of members are only left with the smashing windows and other clothes we are wearing.” noises coming from inside the He added that he was undouble garage. “It sounded like certain about the cause of the the car was being smashed, so I fire. “We thank God for saving got out of bed, peeped outside our lives from the fire, for we and found that the entire yard know that material fortune that was lit up, which seemed like we had lost is not as importdaylight,” he said. ant as our lives,” he said. “I thank my sister, Vho-Thizwilondi Ramabulana, who arrived shortly after the fire and provided shelter, food and comfort to us. I also thank all people who had stepped forward to comfort us in this painful time.” Maelekano would welcome any form of assistance from any businesspeople who might empathise with him. He can be Mr Tshililo Maelekano (right), photographed at the garage entrance with reached on 076 113 Vho-Thizwilondi Ramabulana (left) and Mr Archie Ludere. 9838. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Maelekano then rushed out of his room to check on the garage and found that it was on fire, with dark smoke billowing through the passage. “There were five of us inside the house and we then scrambled out for safety,” he said. “The fire was raging through all the other rooms, so that we could not do anything to extinguish it, even with the help of the neighbours who had arrived.” He finally called the fire brigade and the police, and the latter arrived shortly after the call and took a statement. The fire brigade told Maelekano


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Makhadzi steals the spotlight at the TSHIMAs nation. He further implored artists to go back to their roots and include traTshivenda pop sensation ditional instruments in their music. Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, better The vision holder and father of the known as Makhadzi, was the big awards, Mr Augustine Nethononda, winner during the sixth annual was upbeat about how things went. Tshivenda Music Awards (TSHI“Without a doubt the TSHIMA brand MA). has now become a flagship on the The awards, the brainchild of local calendar of events, by far the young businessman Mr Augustine highlight since its inception in 2012. Nethononda, were attended by the We are about providing a platform mayors of Vhembe and Thulamela as that rewards and recognises local well as many artists and community talent,” Nethononda said. members. The function was held The winners in the different cateat the Thohoyandou Town Hall on gories are: Saturday evening. * Best Tshivenda Newcomer Makhadzi, who won three awards Ronnie L in the same competition last year, was * Best Tshivenda Reggae Album of nominated in four categories. The the Year – Just Ice artist, known for songs such as Haka * Best Tshivenda Afro Soul – RamMatorokisi and Tshikwama, took zeey home the awards for Song of the Year * Best Tshivenda Traditional Album and Artist of the Year. The 23-year- Vhavenda Cultural Group old Makhadzi from Ha-Mashamba * Best Tshivenda Indigenous Aloutside Louis Trichardt has worked bum - Eric Mathivha with the country’s best - the likes of * Best Tshivenda Hip Hop Album DJ Tira, Sho Madjozi, King Monada – Prifix and Master KG. * King/Queen of Venrap 2019 – Close on her heels came gospel Dovey sensation Takie Ndou, who also won * Best Tshivenda Tshingondo two awards. Veteran musician Elvis Album - Thifhelimbilu and Gazlam Mandiza, who nurtured the career of Rhumba Boys the late musical legend Dan Tshanda, * Best Tshivenda Indigenous Tradiamong others, was honoured with a tional Gospel - Ntshenge N Lifetime Achievement award. * Best Tshivenda Gospel Album The late guitarist Mr Daniel LuTakie Ndou ambo was honoured posthumously * Best Tshivenda Female Artist of while the former Deputy Minister of the Year - Ndivhaleni Musetha Environmental Affairs, Ms Rejoice * Best Tshivenda Male Artist of the Mabudafhasi, was honoured for her Year - Takie Ndou contribution to the development of * Best Tshivenda Dance Album the arts. Black Culture Speaking during the event, Vhembe * Best Tshivenda Song of the Year – Executive Mayor Dowelani Nenguda Makhadzi urged all artists to compose music * Best Tshivenda Artist of the Year Takie Ndou (centre) won two awards. Picture: Ndivhuwo that has a message to educate the - Makhadzi Musetha. By Elmon Tshikhudo

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4 4 October 2019

Sad farewell for young man killed at tavern

Representatives from Musina Municipality, the Premier’s office, Musina Disability Forum and Vhembe TVET College, photographed during the Musina Disabled Forum’s career expo.

Disabled should take their education seriously bursaries.” She said it was worrisome that The councillor responsible for special prodisabled people were not well grammes at Musina Municipality, Cllr Peggy represented in the workplace and Nyabane, said disabled people had the right to in various social spheres. “Although access education without prejudice. Nyabane government is doing its best to intewas speaking during the Musina Disabled grate the disabled people in various Forum’s career expo that was held at the new aspects, there is still much to be Nancefield Community Hall on Thursday, 19 done to empower disabled people in September. our country. However, disabled peoThe expo was jointly organised by the Limple also have a role to play to make popo Office of the Premier, Musina Municipalsure that they are well represented ity, the Musina Disability Forum and Vhembe in the community.” TVET College. Some of the vital topics discussed during the workshop included the importance of NSFAS bursaries and how to apply, disability disclosures and reasonable accommodation measures offered to students by various desigBy Tshifhiwa Mukwevho nated colleges and the learnership programmes offered by various SETAs to disabled people. An internationally acclaimed moNyabane encouraged disabled people to take tivational speaker has embarked education seriously in order to improve their on a project to assist people to lives. “The fact that you are disabled does not find their purpose in life, so that make you different from others. In fact, you are they might live a fruitful life. differently abled because there are other things A qualified meteorologist, scienthat you can do better than most people. You tist, businessman and tax expert, are very fortunate because our government is Tshililo Thomas Radzilani of Tshidoing its best to help disadvantaged community kovhi, recently addressed more than members to access education through various 150 people and encouraged them to use passion to channel their energy into working along the purpose of their lives instead of living without a purpose. The event was held at Porche Villa Hotel and Conference Centre in Thohoyandou. “I always aim to challenge the people in their comfort zones and show them why they should not be copycats,” he said. “I encourage the Attie & Trientjie Human ones who are already on the right 50 Meyer Street, Louis Trichardt track.” Tel: 015 516 1805 • Fax: 015 516 4441 Cell: 082 327 1469 Musina News

The chairperson of the Musina Disability Forum, Taki Motloisi, said the workshop was very important because it benefited local disabled community members who needed knowledge to improve their lives. “As disabled people, we have a role to play in the improvement of lives in our country.” He encouraged his colleagues to get qualifications, so that they can have something to lean on when days are dark.

Emotions were running high during the funeral service of Mulinda Tshauambea. Siblings, family members and friends of Tshauambea could not contain themselves when his coffin went down at the local graveyard on Saturday. Tshauambea died in the early hours of September 21, following an incident at a beer hall in Ha-Mutsha where he was stabbed in the heart. According to his father, Khathutshelo Tshauambea, he was stabbed several times by a group of seven boys after he tried to protect his elder brother, Mulalo. The brother was allegedly attacked by the group, wielding knives and pangas. “This incident happened around Saturday, midnight or around Sunday morning. I received a call from a relative of my wife’s who said she had been informed by another person that our son had been stabbed to death at a lounge in Ha-Malutsha. I immediately left my house and walked to the scene in the company of his uncle, Khuthadzo,” he said. When the two men arrived at the tavern, they found Mulalo lying in a pool of blood on the side of the tar road. “He was badly injured with serious stab wounds. He was also unconscious. His uncle, Khuthadzo, said we must get inside the lounge. We then

found Mulinda also lying in a pool of blood. He was already dead,” said Khathutshelo. Mulalo was taken to Tshilidzini hospital where he stayed from Sunday morning until Friday, September 27, when he was discharged. He also attended his younger brother Mulinda’s funeral. The boys’ father said he was hurt because he had lost a son and nearly lost another one. “I wish the perpetrators will face the full might of the law,” he said. Last week one of the suspects was allegedly stoned and torched at Tshakhuma village. Four of the other suspects were arrested while the other two were still at large.

The late Mulinda Tshauambea. Picture supplied from family files.

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Muraleni’s young benefactor helps to connect tap water for residents By Kaizer Nengovhela Being thirsty is a thing of the past for many members of the Muraleni community after a young man, Mr Sammy Tshifura, drilled a borehole in his yard and connected almost 500 homes in his village to it over the past three months.

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This made him an instant hero to many, turning his sweat into water for his fellow men who use it daily for chores, drinking and cooking. It comes at a time when the prevailing water crisis is causing serious tension among residents. Tshifura has always been eager to assist his community, which frequently runs short of

water. Some thought he was daydreaming when he said he was going to connect water to each household, but Tshifura started digging and installed pipes until he reached every house in the community. “I am happy because I have fulfilled my goal of bringing life to my rural residents. I have worked long and awkward hours to make sure that I give residents water,” said Tshifura. He added that he would appreciate financial assistance regarding the buying of pipes and taps. Mr Faster Madongo, on behalf of the local traditional leader, thanked Tshifura and said they were excited and happy that the people were getting clean water. “Our people have

been thirsty for a long time,” he said. Local ward councillor Mr Tshifularo Kutama said that Tshifura had bailed him out by providing water to the community. “We can now walk tall, knowing that our people have water to drink,” said Kutama. He promised that the community would take care of the gift. Speaking on behalf of the community, Vho-Josephina Makatu said that the ANC government had failed them. “We have been trying hard to get the attention of the government, but they chose to ignore us,” she said. She said that she was happy now because she owned the taps in her yard by paying R200 for the pipe and taps.


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Chief Matsila mediates in Venda Pension Fund saga By Kaizer Nengovhela

Chief Livhuwani Matsila and representatives of the pension fund bodies at National Treasury’s office in Pretoria.

Univen must create ethical leaders By Mbulaheni Ridovhona The Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, Mr Ronald Lamola, said freedom could never be fully realized in South Africa as long as the people were excluded from the economy and continued to be on the periphery. Lamola said 1994 had ushered in a change and a new dream for the people, a dream that had not been fully realized as some sectors still stubbornly refused to adopt to changes emanating from the democratic dispensation. “We might have ushered in a democratic breakthrough, but 25 years later, we are still yet to usher in an economic breakthrough and our people continue to be victims of squalid conditions that they live in. Why is it that 25 years into democracy, we are still battling

to transcend socio-economic challenges like inequality, high level of unemployment among Africans, structural economic oppression of blacks and corruption which is an impediment to democracy and constitutionalism?” Minister Lamola was speaking during a public lecture about the justice system since 1994 at the University of Venda a fortnight ago. Lamola said universities must create ethical leaders. “If we fail to create ethical leaders, our society will crumble to a point where we will have a failed state. There are examples that show that education without ethics only benefits a select few. When we do not have ethical leadership, it is the poorest of the poor that feel the brunt of our actions as professionals. If our respective professionals were truly ethical and commit-

Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Ronald Lamola.

ted to black excellence, I have little doubt that we would not be in the situation our country finds itself in today,” he said. He told the students that corruption was not the result of politicians only, but was aided by a very sophisticated group of professionals. “The effect of corruption has a human face and it is that of old women begging for their pensions. It is torn feet of the mother with a baby on her back walking far to access water, despite the fact that billions were set aside from the fiscus to ensure that a dam gets built,” he said. The students were advised to use their knowledge to reshape their communities for the better. “The knowledge you obtain here should have direct bearing on our communities. It is for this reason that I believe the departments I lead should partner with universities across the country,” he said. “We must look ahead and follow all the monies that were looted from the State through corruption and maladministration and make sure that, as leaders, we are preoccupied with serving our people and not enriching ourselves. We can look ahead by making education fashionable, so that the youth of our country will know that there are no shortcuts in life but only hard work and dedication will contribute to more jobs that our country is so much in need of,” he said.

A delegation led by Chief Livhuwani Matsila visited the Director-General of the National Treasury in Pretoria last Friday to try and intervene in the Venda Pension Fund issue. Afterwards, all parties were apparently confident that this issue, which has been lingering for more than two decades, will soon be resolved to the benefit of all. The Venda Pension Fund saga dates back to the early 1990s when the former Venda homeland was officially reintegrated into South Africa. The Venda Pension Fund was then amalgamated with the First Privatisation Scheme, and a bit later the Government Employees Pension Fund was formed. At the time, thousands of government employees opted for their money to be paid out. In 1993, roughly R800 million was paid out to members, but an equal amount was apparently reinvested with brokers and pension schemes. The former pension fund members believe that between R828 million and R1 billion of the funds was withheld during the amalgamation process. The withholding of funds was a result of the formulas used at the time to calculate payments, and possible maladministration. For the next 26 years, different groups, representing the roughly 24 000 pensioners, tried

to recover the “lost” millions. They were given hope when the former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, released a report in 2011 confirming the suspicion that National Treasury and the Government Employees Pension Fund (GPEF) had acted improperly when privatising the Venda Pension Fund. When the new Public Protector, Adv Busisiwe Mkhwebane, took office renewed pressure was put on the government to give effect to the recommendations. The hopes of the pensioners were, however, dashed when the Minister of Finance indicated that he would ask the court to review the PP’s recommendations. This case is expected to be heard before the end of the year. Chief Matsila decided to get involved personally in the matter and scheduled a meeting with the Director-General of the National Treasury, Mr Dondo Mogajane. He arranged with organisations representing the pensioners, such as the Dabalorivhuwa Patriotic Front (DPF), to be present at the meeting. The decision of the National Treasury to take the report on review was not welcomed in many sectors of society. Chief Matsila also expressed his disappointment, saying that the government had acted in bad faith and instituted legal action against its own people, who are vulnerable and financially depressed. Chief Matsila indicated that

the National Treasury had finally made a commitment to enter into negotiations on this matter, irrespective of its pending court application. The newly comprised collective of the Venda Pension Fund has also requested the government to establish a joint task team to address concerns from all parties in pursuit of a speedy resolution of this matter, Matsila said. Matsila had a lot of praise for Mr Dondo Mogajane, who went out of his way to meet with them. “Mr Mogajane’s approach on this very delicate matter should be highly commended and supported because he is a very considerate, professional and progressive person. He is a director general of the modern-day era who is prepared to listen to helpless and destitute members of the community,” said Matsila. Much optimism and positive speculation exist while pensioners await a response on the request for the government to withdraw its court application in favour of constructive engagements that would ensure that all the pensioners affected received their funds without further delays. “These delays are causing social havoc in communities as our people sleep hungry and children drop out of school, despite the fact that our parents and grandparents have worked under hard conditions to earn their pension funds,” Chief Matsila concluded.

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Mashamba shocks with “own tombstone” By Elmon Tshikhudo

From left to right: Thovhele Ratshibvumo II Rammbuda, newly installed traditional leader of Tshitopeni village in Dzimauli Ha-Rammbuda, Chief Ntikedzeni Rammbuda, Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli and Thovhele Thivhulawi Makumbane, photographed atfter the installation ceremony.

Chief Ntikedzeni to rule in Tshitopeni and Mutodane By Silas Nduvheni Chief Ntikedzeni Rammbuda, the newly installed traditional leader of Tshitopeni and Mutodane in Dzimauli Ha-Rammbuda in the Mutale area, said he was ready to make a difference in the lives of residents once he took over the reins. “We will start by developing a good relationship with the royal council, working closely with Thovhele Rammbuda. We will then call a meeting with the communities and give them an opportunity to express their views regarding service delivery and how the villages can be governed,” said Chief Rammbuda. He was speaking on Saturday, shortly after being installed as new traditional leader of Tshitopeni and Mutodane villages during a ceremony called U dadziwa ha mativha. Ntikedzeni Rammbuda succeeded his father, Chief Lindelani Rammbuda, who passed away in 2015. During the ceremony, Ms Murendeni Rammbuda was named khadzi, while Mr Ndivhuwo Rammbuda was named ndumi. Senior Vhavenda traditional leaders such as Thovhele Gole Mphaphuli and Thovhele Thivhulawi Makumbane as well as other

traditional leaders from the area and well-wishers attended the ceremony. Speaking during the installation ceremony, Thovhele Ratshibvumo II Rammbuda urged the new chief to dedicate himself to serving his communities without taking sides. He said there was a Tshivenda proverb saying: “Shango la shaya thovhele ndi mulano”, meaning the village without a traditional leader was doomed. By installing a new chief at Tshitopeni and Mutodane, it meant that these communities would have a leader to whom they must report their grievances without fear, he said. He told the new chief that he must respect and treat his people with dignity as he was a traditional leader. He urged him to love everybody in his village, irrespective of whether they were poor or suffering from mental illnesses. Representing the traditional leaders of Ha-Rammbuda, Chief Pharamela Lambani said that he welcomed the new chief in the Ha-Rammbuda Tribal Council and urged him to regularly attend the imbizo that is normally held in the thovhele’s kraal in Dzimauli village, just a stone’s throw away from his village.

Veteran ANC leader and former Robben Island prisoner Mr George Mashamba set the tongues wagging when he unveiled his own tombstone, along with that of his deceased wife, a fortnight ago. The former MEC, Ms Happy Joyce Mashamba, died in June last year. A bit more than a year later, her husband organised a special event to unveil her tombstone. Much to the amazement of the guests who attended the ceremony, people found that next to Ms Mashamba’s tombstone was one in the name of Tintswalo George Mashamba. “Lexi nga heriki xa hlola,” said George Mashamba, using a Xitsonga idiom that means everything comes to an end. “I bought the tombstone because I wanted to show people that everything has an end and I am not afraid to follow comrade Joyce,” he said. “I was told in church that what happens on earth is happening in heaven and I am serving the community through the ANC and the SACP,” he said. He said when he and the late MEC were married in church they were told they would only be separated

by death. “This is not true because death never separated me from comrade Joyce. That is why I have my grave next to hers,” he said. He said many Christians believed they would go to heaven but were afraid of death. “They would not like to buy their coffins when they are alive because they fear death. I am not afraid of following comrade Joyce,” he said. Mashamba, who is also the chairperson of the ANC’s integrity commission, later sat on his tombstone for a photoshoot. It shows when he was born, but what is missing is the date of his death. During the function to unveil the tombstones, several family members and friends paid tribute to the late MEC. Bafana Sithole and Daphne Nkosi praised her for the role she played in the liberation struggle. Professor Muxe Gessler Nkondo said the late leader’s track record as a liberation fighter placed her on the roster of elite freedom fighters in Africa. Deputy Speaker of Parliament Lechesa Tsenoli said that the late leader had been an international politician. He urged people to follow her role in serving the community. Pioneer broadcaster Ben Shilu-

bane, who is an uncle of the late Joyce Mashamba, praised her for having been close to his wife until she died. Among the people who attended the function were Limpopo MECs Polly Boshielo and Seaparo Sekoati, former Levubu Shingwedzi Transitional Authority mayor Rodwell Mashaba, former MP Silence Makhubele, former ANC provincial secretary Benny Boshielo and former United Democratic Front leader Louis Mnguni.

Veteran politician Mr George Mashamba sits on the tombstone he prepared as his final resting place.

University bids farewell to Prof Nesamvuni be the end of the journey, you still have postgraduate studies,” he said. the responsibility of developing the The vice-chancellor and principal, The University of Venda bade farewell Dr Bernard Nthambeleni, thanked country with the experience, knowledge to its registrar, Prof Edward Nesamand skills that you have,” he said. him for the role that he had played as vuni, during a farewell function held a senior leader of the university. at Khoroni Hotel in Thohoyandou a “The university is what it is today fortnight ago. because of your leadership and Prof Nesamvuni said that he had we will surely miss you and your worked hard with the student reprecollegiality. Wherever you go, you sentative council (SRC) and colleagues will have to contribute towards from all spheres of the university but the development of this country,” had to learn to deal with pain to grow he said. and develop students in their unique The SRC president, Mr Tsunddemands and needs. zuka Hakamela, said that Prof Ne“I would like to thank the SRC for samvuni was a leader who listened their contribution and cooperation, at to students’ problems. “When we times under very difficult circumstanchad challenges, Prof Nesamvuni es. It was a reward to experience the would never take them for granted joy of seeing SRC graduates increasing but would listen to them and adin number over the years, not only to vise us on what to do to overcome Univen Registrar Prof Edward Nesamvuni. graduate but also to articulate towards such challenges. This should not By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

A Grade 6 learner of Nyahanelani Primary School at Mukula village, Dembe Gangazhe (second from left), recently finished in second position in the provincial Spelling Bee competition in the Tshivenda category. She received a trophy and two medals during the provincial contest. With her in the photo are Ms Julia Netshirando (HOD), the principal, Mr Konanni Mushavhamado, and the chairperson of the SGB, Pastor Carlson Ndou.

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Valdezia sculptor amazes the world The 28-year-old Shadrack Hlungwani, who sat around his older brother all the time and observed him as he was hewing wood and fashioning it into amazing pieces of art, has now created a museum at his home in Kwaaimani section of Valdezia. “I do larger-than-life statues using ceramic and cement, telling the history of our country and her people,” he said. “While I observed my brother when he worked on his art, he didn't teach me; I am a self-taught artist.” He stated that, as a child, he had a dream of becoming a famous artist such as the late Jackson Hlungwani and Noria Mabasa. “So, growing into a fully skilled artist has never been an easy journey for me since my role models were internationally renowned masters of the craft,” he said. “It meant that I also had to produce art pieces of the highest merit.” Shadrack won local arts and culture

competitions that were hosted annually by the Valdezia community some years ago, and they motivated him to work even more and take his work seriously. In the earlier years, the artist created the busts for celebrities and high-profile politicians, such as the late Collins Chabane, Rejoice Mabudafhasi, Casper Nyovest, Stanley Mathabatha, and Jacob Zuma. “I have turned my home’s yard into an amazing museum,” he said. “People marvel when they pass by in the street. The scene in my yard is so amazing and eye-catching that one cannot easily ignore it.” He is currently showing his latest work in his yard, termed “Union Buildings”. “People from all walks of life are welcome to visit me and have a view of the Union Building,” he said. “It includes some larger-than-life statues of President Cyril Ramaphosa and Nelson Mandela.” Shadrack can be reached on 076 787 5241.

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Krusher creates a space for himself in music industry focus to hip-hop and commercial house,” he said. “My friend, Many singers’ talents are Lyrical, taught me a lot about developed and shaped in the music industry in my early choirs where they are given days and I then found a way to an opportunity to be part of shape my own music and have the active members; some are a style and voice of my own also allowed to lead in songs. later.” This is the case with KrushIn 2015, he released a song er, a young artist whose talent entitled Ke motlokwa, in took him on a path where he collaboration with Lyrical. The later featured alongside great single received a lot of praise artists such as Candy Tsaman- in local music circles and it debele and Sdudla so'mdanzo, earned Krusher a name. “I then who all added value to his forged a solo path with the songs. song Lekunye and flute, which “I discovered music at a became a trendsetter in the young age and music means whole province.” life to me,” he said. “I find my It dawned on him that he joy and happiness in music, had received a warm welcome and without music I am nothfrom music lovers and that a ing at all.” great demand existed for him His music career started as a to release even more songs. So, member of a local choir. Only he started working on his dewhen he decided to pursue a but full-length album in 2017 solo career did he embrace the and released it in 2018. “It is hip-hop genre. “I diverted my the very album which featured By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

my two popular songs, Kanana artist. “I am working on some new songs that will be 'bombs' and Bonolo,” he said. and both Vhembe and CapriSo far, he has worked with corn District will really know Limpopo-based mega-artists such as Double Trouble, that their 'child' is making a Villager, and Dios. He had an name for them,” he concluded. opportunity to share the stage with big South African artists such as Dr MaKrusher is a linga, Casper Nyovest, talented artist. DJ Sumbody, Areece and Master Kg, and that very experience had served as a motivation for him to pull up his socks. “Sharing a stage with big names whom you respect also has a way of affirming your presence in the music industry,” he said. He has just secured a recording deal with Soul Spirit Productions, who are now managing him as an

The release of C-Man’s full-length reggae album after a five-year hiatus marks a “back-to-my-roots” project for this artist who had initially switched from reggae to gospel. This comeback project is entitled Thonifho, which can be translated as “respect”. It boasts eight tracks, which are Idani, Thonifho, Khaladzi, Vhabebi vhanga, Winner, Ndi takale, Ndi wanga, and Ndilani ya Babele. “Thonifho, as a full musical project, focuses on day-today living experiences and the people who are part of the very life,” he said. “It touches more on the importance of human beings as God's creation.” C-Man states that the album reiterates much on respect that people must show to one another. In Winner, C-Man is encouraging people to remain strong in times of storms and never to give up in life. “People must focus much on what they are doing – and that's the positivity of life,” he said. “And the song Ndi takale is mainly a plea to the mighty God, so that He opens up the doors of prosperity for us. Our joy will grow and grow when God blesses us more, so that we can be able to meet our needs.” In Vhabebi, he points out the necessity and importance of the role that parents play in the shaping of children's lives. “Parents play a pivotal role in ensuring that the children are healthier in all areas of their lives, so they deserve to be respected and loved too,” he said. The song Khaladzi is a token of motivation and encouragement to women to never give up in life even when their loved ones tend to leave them. “We composed this song exclusively to all our sisters out there,” he said. “Even though their loved ones leave them, they must soldier on – life is too precious to scatter it around.” Meanwhile, Thonifho has just been nominated for the Tshivenda Music Awards 2019 and C-Man is hopeful that he will emerge a winner. Thonifho was recorded at Ballitainment Entertainment at Ha-Ravele village, and it was co-composed and produced by highly talented engineer Ishmael “NewBreed” Rammbwa. C-Man is available on Facebook and can be reached on 067 214 2410, or via his manager, Mr Balcan Sikhwari, on 072 853 0317. C-Man.

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Art & Entertainment Watch out world, here comes Vhuyie da DJ by all people from every part of the world.” The name of a resident of He observed that Shayandima, Zwivhuya South Africa rated among “Vhuyie da DJ” Pedro Muofhe, the countries that are ranks among the top deejays considered crime-inthat South Africa has lately fested societies and that produced. music played a huge He has just returned to the role in fighting against studio after mesmerising thouthe problem of crime in sands of music lovers during the communities. Phalaphala FM Royal Heritage “Because in music Festival 2019. “As an artist, I'm there are a lot of fields a deejay and I have only one which one can take part mission, which is to get people in, just like administradancing whenever I'm on the tion, security, sound and decks,” he said. light engineering, food Vhuyie da DJ first discovered catering, and clothing his musical talent back in 2003 stylist,” he said. “One doesn't when his older brother bought need to be a singer or a DJ only him a personal computer, which to benefit from music. The comcame with pre-installed music munity needs to stop underrating software. music and see the bigger picture “I started playing around with in this industry.” songs,” he said. “So, I have been Vhuyie da DJ had this to say mastering the art of mixing ever about his journey and genesis as since then. And all I can say so an artist: “Honestly speaking, my far is that music is my life. I am mentor is the man in the mirror music. Music is the only universal - myself. I always motivate myself language spoken and understood to do better and I strive for the

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Given “G Voice Mukwei Mawadrumbasi” Nekhumbe. best. Looking up to myself gives me the pressure to put in the hard work, so that I don't disappoint myself. But still I can't help admiring what other deejays have done and are capable of achieving through music,” he said. The world has also changed, according to Muofhe, and the platform has opened up for South African deejays to play overseas. He mentions the mighty Black Coffee as an inspiration. “It is so

much as looking at what he has achieved so far, having to play or perform for multitude of crowds around the world doing what he loves most,” he said. “He has paved the way for us. And now, what I can tell my fans, friends and family is that they should watch this space because I'm working on a great project.” Those interested in Vhuyie da DJ can contact Rita Dee Entertainment on 082 066 6533.

Shony Mrepa is brewing a Storm in a Teacup By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho In the music fraternity and any other community in the Vhembe District, the mere mention of the name Shony Mrepa is usually enough to get people beaming with life, because this man’s music has been keeping dancers on their toes. The popular artist was born Shonisani Shaun Livhoga at Madombidzha village, the very village that he had immortalised with the song Madombidzha ndi ya li funa. “It’s so surprising and heart-warming at the same time that this very anthem that I composed almost a decade ago it is still popular,”

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he said. “People still love the song.” He mentioned that he had discovered his singing talent when he was doing Grade 8 and it was at that very time that he realised that he was a skilful vocalist. “Today I have evolved into a full-fledged musician since I embarked on developing my music career from early on in my life,” he said. “Music to me is life and it’s what makes my life better. I make a living through music.” He had worked with the late Bojo Mujo and Tzozo at different stages of his music career. He is currently signed with Mulata Branded Lifestyle. “I am planning to do some projects with Zulu Naja and

Master KG as I respect them for their amazing talents and skills,” he said.” Shony Mrepa released many hits over time, such as 2'bobo yanga, which kept people dancing and singing along for years. “I am working on a song entitled Storm in a Teacup, which is very international as it also carries an intriguing poetic title,” he said. Shony Mrepa's music has earned him respect from both young and old, and many youths look up to him for motivation and inspiration. He is available on Facebook and can reached on 072 512 9400.

Shony Mrepa is an artist whom many youths look up to for inspiration.

Magaisa publishes anthology enous languages are not given adequate recognition, at least at the same level as A prolific local author, Themba PatEnglish, they run the risk of extinction,” rick Magaisa, recently launched his Magaisa said. anthology, entitled Tshemba ribye, at Magaisa said that he aimed to invest in Polokwane. the development of indigenous literature. Magaisa, from Tiyani, said that the “My focus is mainly within the Xitsonga anthology highlighted various contemlanguage, where I have authored several porary themes such as the significance novels and poems in the language. Indigeof education, leadership issues, hope for nous languages should be taught from the the future, and love. “I wrote this book to early stages of education, right into the teach and alert the nation about the chal- senior phase,” Magaisa said. lenges that our people are facing day in In the past, several literary awards and day out and also to continue preserv- in recognition of his work have been ing and promoting the Xitsonga language bestowed upon him, which include the for the coming generations.” South African Poetry Award from the Magaisa's novels and poems have been South African Literary Awards and the taught in many public schools where Order of Ikhamanga from the Presidency Xitsonga is offered and also played a cru- of the Republic of South Africa. He has cial role in the development of Xitsonga published 15 books and co-authored 14 learning and teaching support materials books. for the new curriculum. “The marginalisaThose interested in the book can phone tion of indigenous languages has sparked him on 083 827 3709 or visit Guyo booka debate in South Africa. At the centre of shops. He is also available on Facebook at the debate is the contention that if indigTP Magaisa. By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

SATMA award for G Voice The well-known Given Nekhumbe, presenter of the Phalaphala FM programme Nambi ya dzi Nambi, was recognised with certificates during the 14th South African Traditional Music Awards (SATMA) held at Mmabatho in North West on Saturday. Since joining Phalaphala FM last year March, Nekhumbe has become a household name in the local media industry. Nekhumbe, or “G Voice Mukwei Mawadrumbasi” as he is popularly known to his thousands of fans, is one of the country's celebrated Tshivenda music presenters. During the past weekend’s SATMA awards, he was honoured for his selfless contribution towards the betterment of mankind. After receiving the honour, Nekhumbe said that it had not been smooth sailing for him to reach where he was. He said he had been groomed at Univen Radio where he had worked as an all-rounder. He mentioned that he had received many awards in the past, but he felt greatly humbled that SATMA was honouring him this time around. Asked about the secret of his success, Nekhumbe said that radio needed a lot of research and one had to work extra hard and be dedicated to his or her work in order to meet the challenges. He said it was natural that people would sometimes be negative, but the onus lay on every individual to calm down and reflect when emotions were running high. Nekhumbe was thankful for the opportunity that the show offers him to interact with big shots, even at international level. “What I like about the show is that it is friendly, and we interact with the listeners,” he said. He added that one important thing he had learnt in radio journalism “is that you must always be prepared to learn a thing or two from your interaction with members of the public”. Phalaphala FM programme manager Ms Sharon Ravele congratulated Nekhumbe on his achievement. “I hope that there are many more good things still to come,” said Ravele. She said that he had dedicated the award to the listeners of the station who supported the station and gave them the news.

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At several shops in Louis Trichardt, workers wore traditional attire to celebrate Heritage Day. From left are Phodzo Phadaphada, Ndivhuwo Mudau, Evidance Rammbwa and Joe Netshakhuma.

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Rotakala Rambevha of Thohoyandou Mvuso Park celeberated last months’ Heritage Day by dressing up smartly. Photo: Silas Nduvheni.

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12 4 October 2019

A “sisterhood” in business By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Water tanks at Makwarela community hall, from where the water is supposed to be pumped to houses. Photo: Bernard Chiguvare.

Makwarela has two boreholes but no water in the taps of residents By Bernard Chiguvare The Makwarela community outside Thoho­ yandou is seeking answers from Vhembe District Municipality as to why the water taps in their yards are still running dry, even though a new borehole was drilled two years ago. Community leader Thivhileli Mutobvu said they had notified Vhembe Municipality several

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times, to no avail. Two boreholes had been drilled in the area, one at Makwarela stadium, and the other one at the Makwarela community hall, two years ago. But although a transformer has been installed for the pump, no water is being pumped from the new borehole. Currently, water is pumped from the borehole at the stadium to water tanks at Makwarela community hall, from where it is supposed to be pumped to the primary school and then to the residents’ taps. But no water is being pumped to the tanks at the Mbaleni Primary School or the community. Residents have resorted to buying water from others with private boreholes. Matodzi Ralushai, Vhembe District’s communication officer, said Makwarela had grown fast and this had affected planning. He said progress was being made in resolving the water problem. Speaking to GroundUp, Mutobvu said some residents had to walk far to buy water. Rebecca Muruba, a pensioner, told GroundUp that her poultry farming business had been badly affected by the shortage of water. “Since our taps ran dry, my business has become expensive to run. Chickens need a lot of water, especially during hot periods. Currently, I am using R700 per month to buy water from those who have boreholes at their homes.” Another woman, who did not want her name published, also in poultry farming, said she had to hire a private car at R100 a trip to fetch water from a borehole 12km away. She uses 25 buckets of water every week. Source: © 2019 GroundUp. (https://www. groundup.org.za/article/makwarela-has-twoboreholes-no-water-taps/)

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Vutomi Khosa (21) and Maambele Khosa (23) are two young women running a successful art gift business together, but the venture did not start with fortune and success. Vutomi and Maambele first met while studying at Stellenbosch University and initiated a “sisterhood” (friendship). A resident of Malamulele and law student, Vutomi said that although they had similar surnames, they had not known each other prior to coming to Stellenbosch University. “Having studied away from home, we have always felt like home is nearer through gifting each other and being ‘post woman’ for each other when we exchanged gifts with our families and friends from home,” Vutomi said. “This is how we started a gift company, Grandeur Giftery.” A marketing postgraduate, who hails from Tiyani village, Maambele said: “We are in a gift-delivery service rather than product-based kind of a business. We don’t stock products and sell them, but we buy products on request and deliver.” Maambele Khosa says that ‘gifting’ is a way of showing The idea came from how they that one cares. used to ‘gift’ each other, be it at seasonal occasions or non-occasional moments. “We would randomly surprise each other with the little things we had,” Maambele said. “Gifts are meant to show that one cares and loves, and also to bridge the distance between those who care for each other.” The two ‘sisters’ are in love with South Africa because – they say – being a woman in South Africa means being a human being who is capable. “Regardless of all the challenges that women still face in South Africa, we cannot ignore the fact that there are great women out here and are doing all they can to inspire many of us,” said Vutomi. “Women should know that ‘competition’ is outdated; as women we should rather learn to complete one another.” Vutomi Khosa is all smiles when she thinks about about the importance of sisterhood.

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to thank our academic, administrative and service staff for their hard work. It should be a matter of pride for our province and Vhembe District to have an institution that has developed and contributed so much to the economy of the country since its establishment,” he said. Dr Nthambeleni said that the university continued to be on an upward trajectory with regard to its research output. “The number of our National Research Founda-

tion-rated researchers continues to grow, and it is important that we increase our numbers of rated researchers for our university, not only as a tool for benchmarking but also to advance our research agenda. Our university staff with doctoral qualifications has increased to 41 percent, which is above the national average of 37 percent in the entire higher education sector. We look forward to maximizing this numerical advantage by producing more

research articles in high-impact journals and providing more supervisory capacity for our students.” The university is in the process of reviewing its strategic plan in order to position itself to make more impact, to influence, to be efficient and effective as an institution of higher learning. “Our university should not only lead in research output but must also provide relevant solutions that will contribute to South Africa’s developmental priorities, especially in the area of job creation, poverty alleviation, food security, nation building and promotion of human rights culture,” Dr Nthambeleni said. Dr Nthambeleni encouraged the graduates to be lifelong learners, so that they can keep abreast of changes and become active and valuable members of their communities. “The education you’ve attained should assist you in shaping and changing your world. You are about to face some real challenges ahead of you, but always remember that the only impossible journey is the one never begun. To succeed you’ll need to be resilient and adaptive and always be willing to go the extra mile.”


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Crime and corruption are killing country - Masevhe By Ndivhuwo Musetha Crime, corruption and unemployment are killing this country. These are the views of a well-known gospel artist, Bishop Roxley Fhatuwani Masevhe. In his exclusive interview with Limpopo Mirror on Heritage Day (September 24), Masevhe said that he was very worried about the “high level of crime, corruption and unemployment in the country”. In 2016, Masevhe was honoured with a doctor’s degree by the University of South Africa in recognition of the contributions he had made through music. “I am happy that on this date, September 24, in 1959, at about 12pm, I was born at Thengwe Clinic. I am also happy that I am a senior citizen wherever I go. At the Royal Gospel Festival and Royal Her-

itage Festival, I was the oldest artist among those who were performing there. Even when I go home, I find that I am the oldest in the family. This means that God gave me more years to live and I appreciate that,” said Masevhe, who has 10 children and nine grandchildren. Masevhe, whose music was banned by the then Venda Homeland government, said that he was happy that a democratic government was ruling the country today. His main concern is that too much crime, corruption and unemployment are prevalent in the country. “I started singing in 1977 after being inspired by my late father, Reckson Masevhe, who was also an artist. Unfortunately, I was in and out of jail several

Bishop Roxley Fhatuwani Masevhe.

times because my music was challenging the then regime. One of the songs that put me in trouble with the then government was “Munwe na Munwe u do fhira, loosely translated as meaning everyone will die one day,” he said. The lyrics of the song went further to say even the honourable would die. “Before this democratic government, people were arrested and killed. But today it is good to see a democratic government. My only worry is the high level of crime, unemployment and corruption, which is very rife. If these things are addressed, I think people will be happy and appreciate this government, but for now it is very difficult to celebrate the changes. Crime, corruption and unemployment must be eradicated urgently,” said Masevhe. Masevhe will formally celebrate his birth tomorrow, Saturday, at Khorommbi Mabuli Park, in Matavhela village. A number of artists will also honour Masevhe by performing at the event. These include Colbert Mukwevho, Makhadzi, Rofhiwa Manyaga, Bomo, Dj Nipro, Prince Nyadzawelo, Itani Madima, Just Ice, Tshigomboza, Burning Saul, Little Big Man, Rejoice Mukumela, Rapson Rambuwani and others.

Makwarela concert to cater for all the local music lovers

Tshikota High narrowly miss out on Kay Motsepe national honours and drawing one. Unfortunately for the Vhembe team, Tshikota High showed they lost on goal difference. character and determination The coach of the school, during the national Kay Mr Justice Matloga, said that Motsepe U/19 tournament his boys had played well in that was played in Bloemfon- the tournament but had been tein last week. They ended overexcited at stages. He is in fifth position and came proud that they did not lose a back with R100 000 in prize match in the contest. money. He expressed his joy with The school ended in second the school’s performances spot in the group, tied with this year. He regards them as the top school, Siphokuhle unfortunate not to have gone High from Mpumalanga. Both through to the final rounds, teams ended with 10 points, but he believes next year they winning three of their matches will be able to do even better. By Kaizer Nengovhela

Matloga said that the team had received tremendous support from the principal and teachers. The chairperson of school football in Vhembe, Mr Scara Tshigomana, congratulated the team and emphasised the importance of sports in the lives of young people. He said that sports provided many positive opportunities for school children. “Good sportsmanship provides guidelines that can be used in life. It also teaches children to function in a competitive society.”

Fun-filled day for Dzwerani residents By Elmon Tshikhudo

penalty shootout. Mahematshena received a kit, trophy and medals for their effort. To

top it all, they were also given an amount of R1 800 in cash for being the winners.

The communities of Dzwe­ rani, Mvelaphanda, Muungamunwe and Mahematshena outside Thohoyandou celebrated Heritage Day in style when a soccer tournament was staged in their area. On Tuesday last week, thousands of community members from the four villages gathered at the Mvelaphanda Sports Ground where four teams battled it out Players and officials of Mahematshena FC receive their prizes from for supremacy in the Bashiks director Mr Edward Mushiana (third from left) after winning Bashiks Funeral and the tournament. Tombstones Supply Heritage Soccer Tournament. The tournament is the brainchild The University of Venda invites of businessman experienced service providers Mr Nyaweleni to bid for the following services. Edward Mushiana of Bashiks COMPULSORY PROJECT CLOSING DATE MIN. TENDER Funerals and TENDER NO. DESCRIPTION & TIME REQ. DEPOSIT BRIEFING SESSION Tombstone Supply 25/10/2019 10/10/2019 Roads Infrastructure: at Mvelaphanda. IN/010/2019 Univen to Punda Time: 12h00 8CE R1287.00 Univen Art Gallery Maria Road (R524) Midday Time: 09h00 To make the day a memorable event, 25/10/2019 10/10/2019 University of Venda Univen Art Gallery IN/011/2019 (Upgrading and Rehabilitation 5CE R932.80 Time: 12h00 Mushiana roped in of Internal Roads) Midday Time: 10h00 well-known artists, Makhadzi, Alingo, Tender documents will be available for collection as of the 07 October 2019 during working hours Razzy K, Lady K, (09H00 to 16h00 Monday to Friday) at Procurement Office No. 43 Facilities Management Building, University of Venda, Thohoyandou. Dagada BRE, MaA compulsory briefing session will be held as per the above table. jakathata Brass band A non-refundable tender deposit is required on collection of the tender document, payable in cash at the and Tshikona Tsha New Student Administration Building University of Venda or deposited at ABSA Bank, Account number Lwamondo. 1000000538 and reference number 00015616. The finals were Bids sealed in an envelope clearly indicating the bid number and the project name should be deposited in the tender box located at the University of Venda, Facilities Management Building not later than 12h00 contested by midday as per the table above, where tenders will be opened in public. Dzwerani United Univen is not compelled to accept the lowest or any bid. No late, faxed or telephonic bids will be accepted. Brothers and Univen discloses to bidders that all contracts shall be rotated amongst suppliers. Bids submitted shall Mahematshena remain valid for a period of 120 (One hundred and twenty days) after the closing date. FC. At the end of For Grade 8E, only tenderers who undertake to subcontract a minimum of 30% of the contract value to EME or QSE which is at least 51% owned by black people living in rural or underdeveloped areas within premises regulation time, the of Vhembe Region of Limpopo Province are eligible to submit tenders. two teams were locked Administrative and procurement enquiries can be directed to Mr CXS Ben-Mazwi (HOD: Supply in a goalless draw and Chain Management) at xhanti.benmazwi@univen.ac.za. Mahematshena beat No enquiries will be entertained after the 18 October 2019 at 16h30. Dzwerani 3-1 after a

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Music lovers will be treated to some sterling live performances by some of Vhembe’s great singers and musicians during an annual music concert to be held at Siambe Tavern near Makwarela and Tshikweta village on Saturday (5 October). The line-up boasts talented artists whose music have stood the test of the time. They are Marcus Mundalamo, Edwell Ndou, Rasta NK, Shufflers, Ishamel Mudau, Majasi, Jah Soldier, Ras Mon, McDonald Rasta, Per Pull, Wise Boy, Rap Moolay, Roro Group, Ras Chief, and Summerboy. The concert is the brainchild of Carlos Tshikalange, who is well known by his stage name of Ras Mon in reggae circles. “This is one show that brings all artists together to celebrate life through music,” Ras Mon said. “All the singers are well prepared to ascend the stage and give amazing performances that have never been seen before.” The event was first held at Vhashungwa at Ha-Dumasi village last year and attracted hundreds of music lovers from most parts of Vhembe District. “Entry is free, and the first singer will climb onto the stage at 18:00,” he said. For more information, Ras Mon can be contacted at 063 771 0801.

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14 4 October 2019

Convincing victory for VFA three minutes into the last half. Muvhango was a marvel Venda Football Academy to watch, collecting balls from (VFA) maintained their the middle of the park while unbeaten record by beating at the same time playing as a Polokwane Academy 4-0 in full striker. their ABC Motsepe League VFA increased the lead in match at the Tshifudi Stadithe 64th minute. The keeper um on Saturday. of Polokwane, Karabo Keetse, Realising that matching miskicked the ball in an attheir hosts was difficult, tempt to clear. Lucky Mkhari, Polokwane tried to frustrate who was waiting nearby, their opponents through intercepted and scored an their dangerous tackles. The easy goal. referee, Mr Mulalo Mubva, Polokwane were reduced called them to order by reprito 10 men three minutes manding one of them, Thabo afterwards. Thabo Mokwana tackled Ndivhaleni Manenzhe the rough way and he was given his marching orders since that was a second bookable offence. Polokwane used all their substitution chances within a short space of time, but that did not change the complexion of the game as VFA continued to dominate. A defender of Polo­ kwane, Chris Mohale, handled the ball within his own penalty box. That prompted the referee to award a penalty to VFA. Mlawuli Radebe, the team’s captain, made no mistake from the white spot. VFA scored their fourth goal through Murendeni Makonde after following a neat Rudzani “Zobo” Thabo of VFA (left) and Chris Mohale of Polok- pass from Khumbudzo wane wrestle to win the ball. Muvhango. Mokwana, with a yellow card in the eighth minute. The local lads took 35 minutes to open their account. They were awarded a free kick in the 25-metre area. Rudzani “Zobo” Thabo, the team’s playmaker, beat the keeper with a half volley from the free kick. VFA continued to press hard in search of more goals in the remaining part of the first half, but the score line remained unchanged. VFA introduced Khumbudzo “Shavy” Muvhango and sacrificed Henley Mbedzi

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Berea win Baloyi & Mathoho tourney The Zwigodini-based side were presented with a cash prize of Berea FC are still in celeR6 000 during a ceremony at bratory mode. They were the grounds shortly after the crowned the champions of the final. Baloyi and Mathoho Soccer The runners-up, Gondeni Tournament that took place Big Cat, went home with a cash at the Mavunde grounds on prize of R4 000. Big Cat beat Sunday. Berea beat Gondeni Thenzheni Liverpool 3-2 in Big Cat 1-0 in the final. their semi-final match to secure a place in the dream final. Berea’s way to the final went The winner was determined via Mavunde Hungry Vultures, through penalty shootout as the whom they brutally walloped score was 1-1 at the end of the 4-0 in the semi-final stage of regulation time. Gondeni Big the tournament. Their opening Cat beat Mapholi Kill Them All match was against Masisi FC, 1-0 in their quarter-final match. whom they beat 3-0 at the Teams booted out of the same venue the previous day. tournament in the semi-final By Frank Mavhungu

stage, Thenzheni Liverpool and Mavunde Hungry Vultures, were each presented with a cash prize of R2 500. During the ceremony, one of the sponsors of the tournament, Brian Baloyi, said that he was impressed by the way the tournament had been run. He praised the players, club officials and the fans for the good conduct they displayed throughout the tournament. Mr Baloyi, the former Kaizer Chiefs’ goalkeeper, pledged that he would continue to sponsor the tournament in the coming years.

Maelula Utd bag Collins Sebola cup an equally strong team, but we managed to win because we The players of Maelula Unitwere well motivated and had ed Brothers, the management arrived at the tournament well team and their supporters prepared.” hoisted the floating trophy The tournament organisers, high after winning 3-2 against Mamu Community DevelopMusina United in the final ment, said they were pleased to match of the Collins Sebola have had a fruitful tournament Group Pre-season Cup 2019. that had attracted hundreds of sport and fun lovers from all The final match was played over the Vhembe District and at the Mabaleng Sports Centre other parts of the country such inTshiozwi village on Tuesday, as Gauteng and the Free State. 24 September. Maelula United “The tournament aims to Brothers won R25 000 in cash create fun for the people in our and soccer kit worth R50 000. region and also to bring them Teams that ended in positions together as we work towards 2 to 4 (Musina United, Mpheni removing our young ones from Home Defenders and Makhitha the harsh streets,” the organiOscar Stars) also received R2 sation’s general secretary, Mr 000 in cash each. Jafter Mamugudubi, said. “We are very happy with The former president of winning this tournament,” said the South African Football the team’s captain, Mpfariseni Association (SAFA), Mr Kirsten “Milo” Neluvhada. “We played Nematandani, and Bidwest a very tight final match with Wits’s head of development, Mr By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

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alterna�ve sites are being inves�gated as part of the Environmental Authorisa�on Process. These sites are located on the Remainder of the farm King’s Kloof 738-MS and the Remainder of the farm Thorndale 737-MS. Applica�on for Environmental Authorisa�on for all listed ac�vi�es associated with the construc�on and opera�on of the Kloof Camp, will be submi�ed to the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (LEDET) in terms of the NEMA 107 of 1998 via a Basic Assessment process. An applica�on for a Phase 1 Heritage Impact Assessment will also be submi�ed to the Provincial Heritage Resources Authority of Limpopo (LIHRA). For more informa�on, to raise any ini�al issues or concerns or register as an Interested and Affected Party, please contact Aurecon at the contact details provided below within 30 days of this no�ce published: Anne-Mari White anne-mari.white@ aurecongroup.com. PO Box 3135, Nelspruit, 1200 Tel: (013) 752 7055 Fax: 086 571 1464 BAOBAB MINING & EXPLORATION

NOTICE OF INTENT TO RELOCATE TWO GRAVES (KNOWN AND UNKNOWN) AFFECTED BY THE PROPOSED COAL MINE DEVELOPMENT ON FARM WINDHOEK 649MS WITHIN THE MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY OF THE VHEMBE DISTRICT, LIMPOPO PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA. No�ce is given in terms Sec�ons 35 and 36 of the Na�onal Heritage Resources Act (Act 25 of 1999) (read with the Regula�ons published pursuant thereto (GNR.548 of 2 June 2000)); sec�on 2 (1) of the Removal of Graves and Dead Bodies Ordinance (Ordinance No.7 of 1925) (read with the Regula�ons published pursuant thereto (GNR.363 of 22 May 2013)), Burial Ordinance, 1965 (Ordinance 18 of 1965) as well as the Human Tissue Act (Act 65 of 1983) and Regula�ons rela�ng to the management of human remains as set-out by the Na�onal Health Act, 2003 (Act 61 of 2003) as well as the relevant local and the district By-laws that govern graves exhuma�on and re interment of human remains. These two graves will be affected by the proposed west pit coal mine development on farm Windhoek 649MS. One of the graves is located at (GPS S22°.49 ‘, 14,03” & E 29°.53’.59.00”) indicated by a single sandstone engraved: Grobler, N. J. J Born 1856, date of death unknown. The second is an

unknown grave located at (GPS S22°.49 ‘15,02” & E 29°.54’.02.05”) indicated by oval parked calcrete stones as grave dressings. Dates of these graves is unknown. To be registered/ iden�fied as the interested/ affected par�es, including all persons and communi�es descendent from the buried individuals, all persons or communi�es concerned or who have interests with the graves can submit wri�en comments/ objec�ons to Baobab Mining and Explora�on (Pty) Ltd by no later than 29 October 2019 – i.e. 67+ days a�er the no�ce is published]. Florence Duval, Group Corporate Affairs Manager, MC Mining Limited, South Block, Summercon Office Park, Cnr Rockery Lane and Sunset Avenue, Lonehill, 2191. Tel: +27 10 003 8000 Email: Florence. Duval@mcmining.co.za

NDIVHADZO YA MUHUMBULO WA U PFULUSA MAVHIDA MAVHILI (LI DIVHEAHO NA LI SA DIVHEI) A KWAMEAHO NGA MUGODI WA MALASHA UNE WA KHOU FANELA U SHUMIWA KHA BULASI I NO PFI WINDHOEK 649MS KHA MASIPALA WAPO WA MAKHADO KHA TSHITIRIKI TSHA VHEMBE, VUNDUNI LA LIMPOPO, AFURIKA TSHIPEMBE. Ndivhadzo iyi i khou itwa ho lavheleswa tshitenwa tsha 35 na 36 tsha Na�onal Heritage Resources Act (Act 25 ya 1999) (wo vhalwaho ho lavheleswa maga o andadzwaho kha (GNR.548 ya dzi 2 Fulwi 2000); tshitenwa tsha 2 (1) tsha mulayo wa Removal of Graves and Dead Bodies (Ordinance No.7 ya 1925) (yo vhalwaho ho lavheleswa maga o andadzwaho malugana na (GNR.363 ya dzi 22 Shundunthule 2013), Mulayo wa Mbulungano wa 1965 (Mulayo wa vhu 18 wa 1965) kathihi na Human Tissue Act (Act 65 ya 1983) na Kulangulele ku yelanaho na zwa u tshimbidzwa ha masalela a vhafu sa zwe zwa sumbedziswa nga Na�onal Health Act, 2003 (Act 61 ya 2003) kathihi na minwe milayo yapo na ya tshi�riki i langulaho zwa u gwelulwa na u vhulungwa ha�u ha masalela a vhafu. Haya mivhida mavhili a do kwamea nga mulindi wa thandela ya mugodi ure vhukovhela kha bulasi ya Windhoek 649MS. Linwe la ayo mavhida li �ala kha (GPS S22°.49 ’, 14, 03” na E 29°.53’. 59.00”) lo vhewa tombo lithihi li la mutavha, lo nwalwaho uri: Grobler, N.J J o bebwa nga 1856, hone datumu ya lufu a i divhei. La vhuvhili a li divhei. Li khou wanala kha (GPS S22°.49 ’15, 02” na E 29°.54’.02.05”) hene�o ho vhewa zwiga zwa matombo o itaho magumba ntha

ha vhulalo. Datumu dza vhukale halo a i divhei. U di nwalisela kana vha tshi pfa uri vha nga vha vha munwe wa avho vha kwameaho nga ayo mavhida, zwi tshi katela na vhathu vhothe kana zwitshavha zwothe zwi kwameaho, vha nga disa vhupfiwa havho kana khanedzo/u sa fushea havho ho to nwalwaho kha Baobab Mining and Explora�on (Pty) Ltd hu saathu u �ela maduvha a 67 iyi ndivhadzo yo andadzwa. (29 October 2019) Florence Duval, Group Corporate Affairs Manager, MC Mining Limited, South Block, Summercon Office Park, Cnr Rockery Lane and Sunset Avenue, Lonehill, 2191. Tel: +27 10 003 8000 Email: Florence. Duval@mcmining.co.za

DZILI DEVELOPMENT CENTRE THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY We, Dzili Development Centre, being the authorized agent of the registered owners of the Erven men�oned below, hereby given in terms of sec�on 73 of the Thulamela Land Use Management By-Laws Schedule and reads with the Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act, 16 of 2013, that we have applied to the Thulamela Local Muncipality for Closure of a Public open Space on the following proper�es: Erf 2823 Shayandima Ext 3. Plans and par�culars of the applica�on will lie for inspec�on during normal office hours at the office of town planners, 1st floor, Thohoyandou Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building for the period of 30 days from the 4th October 2019 being the first day of this publica�on. Objec�ons and/or comments or representa�on in respect of the applica�on must be lodged with or made in wri�ng to the municipality at the above address or at private bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 within 30 days from the date of first publica�on. Address of agent: 440 Ivor Avenue Mountain view, Pretoria 0082, Tel: 012 755 9937/076 985 7671 Fax; 086 239 8342, Email: info@dzili.com THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Rine vha Dzili Development Centre, vha imeleli vhare mulayoni vha vhane vha mavu o nwaliwaho �asi, Ri nea ndivhadzo malugana na khethekanyo 73 of the Thulamela Land Use Management By-Laws Schedule, ri tshi ivhala khathihi na khethekanyo Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act, 16 of 2013, uri ro ita khumbelo Masipalani wa Thulamela Local Municipality Makhado malugana na u valiwa ha pakha kha zwi tentsi zwi tevhelaho: Erf 2823 Shayandima Ext 3

Pulane na dzinwe dokhumenthe dza khumbelo iyi dzinga wanala ofisini ya Town planner, Thohoyandou Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building lwa maduvha a 30 ubva dzi 4th Khubvumedzi 2019 line lavha duvha la u thoma la ino khunguwedzo. Khanedzano na vhunwe vhudipfi vhunga rumeliwa kha adiresi ya private bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 nga ngomu ha maduvha a 30. Adiresi ya Vhaimeleli, 440 Ivor Avenue Mountain view│ Pretoria│0082, Tel: 012 755 9937/076 985 7671 Fax; 086 239 8342, Email: info@dzili.com

DZILI DEVELOPMENT CENTRE THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY We, Dzili Development Centre, being the authorized agent of the registered owners of the Erven men�oned below, hereby given in terms of sec�on 62 of the Thulamela Land Use Management ByLaws Schedule and reads with the Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act, 16 of 2013, that we have applied to the Thulamela Local Municipality for a Rezoning on the following proper�es: Erf 2823 Shayandima Ext 3. Plans and par�culars of the applica�on will lie for inspec�on during normal office hours at the office of town planners, 1st floor, Thohoyandou Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building for the period of 30 days from the 4th October 2019 being the first day of this publica�on. Objec�ons and/or comments or representa�on in respect of the applica�on must be lodged with or made in wri�ng to the municipality at the above address or at private bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 within 30 days from the date of first publica�on. Address of agent: 440 Ivor Avenue Mountain view│ Pretoria│0082, Tel: 012 755 9937/076 985 7671 Fax; 086 239 8342, Email: info@dzili.com THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Rine vha Dzili Development Centre, vha imeleli vhare mulayoni vha vhane vha mavu o nwaliwaho �asi, Ri nea ndivhadzo malugana na khethekanyo 62 of the Thulamela Land Use Management By-Laws Schedule, ri tshi ivhala khathihi na khethekanyo Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act, 16 of 2013, uri ro ita khumbelo Masipalani wa Thulamela Local Municipality Makhado malugana na u shandukisa kushumisele kwa mavu kha zwi tentsi zwi tevhelaho: Erf 2823 Shayandima Ext 3. Pulane na dzinwe dokhumenthe dza khumbelo iyi dzinga wanala ofisini ya Town

planner, Thohoyandou Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building lwa maduvha a 30 ubva dzi 4th Khubvumedzi 2019 line lavha duvha la u thoma la ino khunguwedzo. Khanedzano na vhunwe vhudipfi vhunga rumeliwa kha adiresi ya private bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 nga ngomu ha maduvha a 30. Adiresi ya Vhaimeleli, 440 Ivor Avenue Mountain view│ Pretoria│0082, Tel: 012 755 9937/076 985 7671 Fax; 086 239 8342, Email: info@dzili.com

i@Consul�ng (Pty) Ltd NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR SUBDIVISION, REZONING, AND PARK CLOSURE IN TERMS OF THE SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT 16 OF 2013, LOCAL GOVERNMENT ORDINANCE 17 OF 1939 AND THE SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BYLAW OF GREATER GIYANI MUNICIPALITY, 2017 We, i@Consul�ng (Pty) Ltd being the authorized agent of the Greater Giyani Municipality (the owner of Erven 491, 1054 Giyani-E; 202, 878, 1949 Giyani-F), hereby give no�ce in terms of sec�on 67 and 68 of the Local Government Ordinance 17 of 1939 read together with sec�on 93 of the Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management By-Law of Greater Giyani Municipality, 2017 and the Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013, that we have applied to the Greater Giyani Municipality for the subdivision, rezoning, par�al and full park closure as indicated below: Erf 491 Giyani-E: Par�al park closure, subdivision of erf into 4 erven. Rezoning of 3 erven from “Public Open Space”, to “Municipal” (1 erf), “Ins�tu�onal” (1 erf) and “Street” (1 erf). Erf 1054 Giyani-E: Par�al park closure, subdivision of erf into 112 erven. Rezoning of 111 erven from “Public Open Space”, to “Business” (2 erven), “Ins�tu�onal” (2 erven), “Street” (4 erven) and “Residen�al 1” (103 erven). Erf 202 Giyani-F: Full park closure, subdivision of erf into 4 erven. Rezoning 4 erven from “Public Open Space” to “Ins�tu�onal” (1 erf) and “Residen�al 2” (3 erven). Erf 878 Giyani-F: Par�al park closure, subdivision of erf into 5 erven. Rezoning of 4 erven from “Public Open Space”, to “Business” (2 erven), and “Residen�al 2” (2 erven). Erf 1949 Giyani-F: Par�al park closure, subdivision of erf into 6 erven. Rezoning of 5 erven from “Public Open Space”, to “Business” (1 erf), and “Residen�al 2” (4 erven). The first day of publica�on of this no�ce is 4 October 2019. Par�culars of the applica�on will lie for inspec�on during

normal office hours at the office of the Chief Town Planner: Planning and Development: Greater Giyani Municipality, Main Road BA 59, Giyani Civic Centre, Giyani 0826. Interested par�es affected by the applica�on have the right to demonstrate, in wri�ng, grounds of objec�on within a period of 30 days, star�ng from the date of publica�on. Objec�ons should be submi�ed in wri�ng to the Chief Town Planner, Private Bag X9559, Giyani, 0826. Addi�onal informa�on regarding the applica�on can be obtained from Werner Fourie at the following address: i@ Consul�ng (Pty) Ltd,472 Bo�erklapper Street, Die Wilgers (Pretoria) 0087; Email werner@ iatconsul�ng.co.za or Tel: 012-001-0500 XITIVISO XA XIKOMBELO XA KU AVANYISA (SUBDIVISION), KU HUNDZULUXA (REZONING), NA KU PFARIWA KA PHAKA KUYA HI NAWU WA SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT 16 OF 2013, LOCAL GOVERNMENT ORDINANCE 17 OF 1939 AND THE SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BYLAW OF GREATER GIYANI MUNICIPALITY, 2017 Hina va i@Consul�ng (Pty) Ltd lava hinga � ajente le� nga enawini eka Greater Giyani Municipality (vinyi va Erven 491, 1054 Giyani-E; 202, 878, 1949 Giyani-F), hi humesa xi�viso kuya hi nawu wa sec�on 67 and 68 wa Local Government Ordinance 17 of 1939 lowu hlayiwaka xikanwe ni nawu wa sec�on 93 wa Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management By-Law of Greater Giyani Municipality, 2017 ni nawu wa Spa�al Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013, leswaku hi endle xikombelo eka Greater Giyani Municipality ku avanyisa (subdivision), ku hundzuluxa (rezoning), ku pfariwa ka ndwawu yo karhi ya phaka na ku pfariwa ka phaka hinkwayo hi ndlela leyi longoloxiweke laha hansi: Erf 491 Giyani-E: Ku pfariwa ka ndhawu yo karhi ya phaka, ku avanyisiwa ka xitandi(erf) hi swiyenge swa mune. Ku hundzuluxiwa (Rezoning) ka switandi swinharhu ku suka eka “Public Open Space”, kuya eka “Municipal” (1 erf), “Ins�tu�onal” (1 erf) na “Street” (1 erf). Erf 1054 Giyani-E: Ku pfariwa ka ndhawu yo karhi ya phaka , ku avanyisiwa ka xitandi(erf) hi swiyenge swa 112 wa switandi (erven). Kuhundzuluxiwa (Rezoning) ka 111 wa switandi (erven) ku suka eka “Public Open Space”, kuya eka “Business” (2 erven), “Ins�tu�onal” (2 erven), “Street” (4 erven) na “Residen�al 1” (103 erven).Erf 202 Giyani-F: Ku pfariwa ka phaka hinkwayo, ku avanyisiwa ka xitandi

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(erf) kuya eka mune (4) wa switandi (erven). Ku hudzuluxiwa (Rezoning) ka switandi( erven) swa mune (4) ku suka eka “Public Open Space” ku ya eka “Ins�tu�onal” (1 erf) na “Residen�al 2” (3 erven). Erf 878 Giyani-F: Ku pfariwa ka ndhawu yo karhi ya phaka, ku avanyisa (subdivision) ka xitandi (erf )hi swiyenge swa nthlanu (5) wa sitandi (erven). Ku hundzuluxiwa (Rezoning) ka mune ( 4) wa sitandi (erven) ku suka eka “Public Open Space”, ku ya eka “Business” (2 erven), na “Residen�al 2” (2 erven). Erf 1949 Giyani-F: Ku pfariwa ka ndhawu yo karhi ya phaka, ku avanyisiwa (subdivision) ka xitandi (erf) hi swiyenge saw ntsevu (6) wa switandi (erven). Kuhundzuluxiwa (Rezoning) ka nthlanu( 5) wa switandi (erven) ku suka eka “Public Open Space”, kuya eka “Business” (1 erf), na “Residen�al 2” (4 erven). Siku ro sungula raku hangalasiwa ka xi�viso lexi i 4 October 2019. Vuxokoxoko bya xikombelo byi takamberiwa hi nkarhi wa �awara ta n�rho aka hofisi ya Chief Town Planner: Planning na Development: Greater Giyani Municipality, Main Road BA 59, Giyani Civic Centre, Giyani 0826. Lava khumbhekaka hi xikombelo lexi va pfumeleriwa ku kombisa ma�twelo ya vona hi ku tsala, va kombisa swivangelo swa ma�twelo ya vona kunga si hela masiku ya 30 ku sukela aka siku leri xi�viso xinga humesiwa hi rona. Papila leri ra ma�twele yaku nga yimi na xi�viso lexi (objec�ons) ya fanele ku kongomisiwa eka Chief Town Planner, Private Bag x9559, Giyani, 0826. Vuxokoxoko byinwana mayelana na xikombelo lexi byinga kumeka eka Werner Fourie eka adirese leyi landzelaka: i@Consul�ng (Pty) Ltd,472 Bo�erklapper Street, Die Wilgers (Pretoria) 0087; Email werner@iatconsul�ng. co.za or Tel: 012 0010500 MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS THE ESTATE OF THE LATE GAVHI THIVHULAWI PETRUS OF IDENTITY NUMBER: 500207 5752 080 WHO USED TO RESIDE AT DUVHULEDZA, LIMPOPO PROVINCE WHO DIED ON 26 JULY 2019. ESTATE NUMBER: 1627/2019 AT MASTER OF THE HIGH COURT THOHOYANDOU All persons having claims against the above men�oned estate must lodge them with the executor within 30 days from the date of publica�on hereof. Mudau and Nemadodzi A�orneys, Office 04 Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, Post Office Street, P.O. Box 917 Thohoyandou 0950 Cell No: 076 095 3652/ 076 474 5274 Ref: MN/Est.04/2019

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KHUTSO MPAI ATTORNEYS REGULATION 4(1) LIQUOR ACT 27 OF 1989 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY IN TERMS OF SECTION 19 FOR A LICENCE No�ce is hereby given that it is the inten�on to lodge the above men�oned applica�on, par�culars of which appear hereunder, with the Magistrate for the District of Hlanganani confirmed in COLUMN 1 hereunder, on Friday, the 04th day of October 2019. 1.DISTRICT: HLANGANANI 2. APPLICANT. 2.1 Full Names: GEZANI PHILLEMON NGOBENI. 2.2 Iden�ty Number: 660101 9635 084. 2.3 Residen�al address: 415 BUNGENI VILLAGE XIKHULU SECTION HLANGANANI DISTRICT 2.4 Business address: 368 BUNGENI VILLAGE MABODLONGWA SECTION, HLANGANANI DISTRICT, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. 2.5 Postal Address BOX 180 HUBYENI, 0902. 3. KIND OF LICENCE APPLIED FOR: BOTTLE STORE. 4. KINDS OF LIQUOR TO BE SOLD: ALL KINDS OF LIQUOR 5. TRADING NAME & PROPOSED: PARADISE BOTTLE STORE 6. DETERMINATION, CONSENT: A.APPROVAL OR AUTHORITY APPLIED FOR (Reg. 5) THUS DONE AND SIGNED AT LOUIS TRICHARDT ON THIS THE 29TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER 2019. KHUTSO MPAI ATTORNEYS, APPLICANT’S ATTORNEYS, 126 KROGH STREET, HARCOURTS REAL ESTATE, LOUIS TRICHARDT BOX 1594, MAKHADO 0920 TEL/FAX:- 015-516 3162 Email:khusompai48@ gmail.com. Fax2Email:086-715 0118. Ref: Khutso Mpai A�orneys. KHUTSO MPAI ATTORNEYS REGULATION 4(1) LIQUOR ACT 27 OF 1989 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY IN TERMS OF SECTION 19 FOR A LICENCE No�ce is hereby given that it is the inten�on to lodge the abovemen�oned applica�on, par�culars of which appear hereunder, with the Magistrate for the District of Hlanganani confirmed in COLUMN 1 hereunder, on Friday, the 04th day of October 2019. 1.DISTRICT: HLANGANANI 2.APPLICANT: 2.1 Full Names: GEZANI PHILLEMON NGOBENI 2.2 Iden�ty Number: 660101 9635 084. 2.3 Residen�al address: 415 BUNGENI VILLAGE XIKHULU SECTION HLANGANANI DISTRICT 2.4 Business address: 368 BUNGENI VILLAGE MABODLONGWA SECTION, HLANGANANI DISTRICT, LIMPOPO PROVINCE.

2.5 Postal address: BOX 180 HUBYENI, 0902 3. KIND OF LICENCE APPLIED FOR: PUB 4.KINDS OF LIQUOR TO BE SOLD: ALL KINDS OF LIQUOR 5.TRADING NAME & PROPOSED: PARADISE PUB 6.DETERMINATION, CONSENT A. APPROVAL OR AUTHORITY. APPLIED FOR (Reg. 5). THUS DONE AND SIGNED AT LOUIS TRICHARDT ON THIS THE 28TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER 2019. KHUTSO MPAI ATTORNEYS, APPLICANT’S ATTORNEYS, 126 KROGH STREET, HARCOURTS REAL ESTATE, LOUIS TRICHARDT BOX 1594, MAKHADO 0920 TEL/FAX: - 015-516 3162 Email:khusompai48@ gmail.com. Fax@Email: - 086-715 0118. Ref: Khutso Mpai A�orneys.

MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE THAT EXECUTOR’S LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT IS LYING FOR INSPECTION The estate of the late NDOU TSHILILO JULIUS iden�ty no: 6107105822081 who resided at Tshithuthuni Village, who died on 06 August 2019. Estate No: 1710/2019 The First and Final Liquida�on and Account in the above estate will lie for inspec�on at the office of the Master of the High Court of South Africa (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the magistrate for the district of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publica�on hereof MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS INC OFFICE NO4 1st FLOOR Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, POST OFFICE STREET THOHOYANDOU 0950 Email: mandna�orneys@ gmail.co.za CELL: 0764745274/ 0760953652 Ref: MN/Est.01/2019 MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS NOTICE THAT EXECUTOR’S LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT IS LYING FOR INSPECTION The estate of the late MUDAU NDWAMATO ELIAS iden�ty no 530620 5845 080 who resided at Mashau Village, who died on the O7 APRIL 2019 and was married to MUDAU SEANI ALBERTINAH of iden�ty number 580322 0889 085. ESTATE NUMBER: 1757/2019. The First and Final Liquida�on and Account in the above estate will lie for inspec�on at the office of the master of the high court of South Africa (Thohoyandou) and a copy thereof at the office of the magistrate for the district of Thohoyandou for a period of 21 days from the date of publica�on hereof. MUDAU & NEMADODZI ATTORNEYS INC OFFICE NO4 1st FLOOR Madar Centre, Thohoyandou, POST OFFICE STREET

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NDLOVU RESOURCES (PTY) LTD NOTICE OF GRANTED ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION RE PROSPECTING RIGHT APPLICATION No�ce is hereby given in terms of regula�on 4(2) of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regula�ons of 2014, the Na�onal Environmental Management Act, No. 107 of 1998, as amended (NEMA) and related Regula�ons & Lis�ng No�ces. DECISION ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION (EA): Ndlovu Resources (Pty) Ltd had applied for Environmental Authorisa�on in terms of sec�on 24 of the NEMA (Act No. 107 of 1998, as amended) in rela�on to prospec�ng ac�vi�es for Coal on Farm Bultpan 079 MS in the magisterial district of Musina Local Municipality. The DMR Ref. No. is LP30/5/1/1/2/13355PR. The Mine Environmental Sub-directorate of the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has decided to grant Ndlovu Resources (Pty) Ltd the Environmental Authorisa�on. APPEAL: The land owners, lawful occupants, and any Interested and Affected Par�es (I&APs) are given the opportunity to access the decision and the reasons for the decision, and may lodge an appeal against the decision in terms of the Na�onal Appeal Regula�ons, if such appeal is available in the circumstances of the decision. Please liaise with the Contact Persons of the Applicant below for access to the EA. Any appeal must be lodged with the Minister of Environmental Affairs and a courtesy copy of such appeal must be sent to DMR (Limpopo Region) within 20 days from the date of no�fica�on, and such appeal must be lodged as prescribed by Chapter 2 of the Na�onal Appeal Regula�ons of 2014, and by means of the methods as prescribed below: Appeal to the Department of Environmental Affairs: A�en�on: Directorate – Appeals and Legal Review Email:appeals directorate@environment .gov.za. By Post:, Private Bag X 447, PRETORIA, 0001 By Hand: Environment House, Corner Steve Biko and Soutpansberg Street, Arcadia, PRETORIA, 0083. Copy of the lodged appeal to the DMR: A�en�on: Regional Manager: Limpopo Region By facsimile: 015 297 7230 Email:tebogo.mangaba@ dmr.gov.za. By Post: Private Bag X 9467, POLOKWANE, 0700. By

Hand: DMR Building, 101 Dorp Street, POLOKWANE, 0699. Any I&AP who decides to appeal must comply with the Na�onal Appeal Regula�ons of 2014 in rela�on to no�fica�on of all registered interested and affected par�es. CONTACT PERSONS OF THE APPLICANT: 1.Arnold Muindisi, Cell: 071 012 2607, Email: ARNOLD. MUINDISI@GMAIL. COM Fax: 086 512 6724 / 086 758 2869 2.Desmond Phaladi, Cell: 076 897 4082 / 067 807 8607, Email: desmond@ pshgroup.co.za Fax: 086 618 4687. NTSAKO VENITE INC.

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Home match for Diski Leopards burg. The pace setters, Bidvest Wits, will travel to Port Elizabeth where they will play against Chippa United at the Isaac Wolfson Stadium. Bloemfontein Celtic will be visitors to Stellenbosch FC at the Ida’s Valley Stadium in Stellenbosch outside Cape Town. The match between Supersport United and Polokwane City will be staged at the Lucas Moripe Stadium outside Pretoria. Baroka FC will have a date with Orlando Pirates at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. The other fixtures are: Golden Arrows vs Highlands Park and Cape Town City vs Amazulu.

By Frank Mavhungu

Mrs Joyce Thaba (left) hands over a set of tracksuits to the team’s head coach, Mr Mashudu “Coolio” Ndou (second from right), while the other team officials and players look on.

TRON get a big sponsor By Frank Mavhungu Tshakhuma RO Nandilani Football Club (TRON), an affiliate of the Limpopo Stream of the ABC Motsepe League, have good reason to rejoice. This follows the decision by the management of a local company, Zwavhudi Animal Feeds, to sponsor the team. A ceremony during which the sponsorship was officially launched was held at Levubu Park on Saturday morning. Mrs Joyce Thaba, the company’s acting manager, handed over sports equipment, including tracksuits, soccer

balls, training bibs and soccer boots, to the value of R35 000 to the team’s head coach, Mr Mashudu “Coolio” Ndou. When handing over the equipment, Mrs Thaba revealed that her company was known for giving. She revealed that it was the company’s policy to plough a fraction of their profit back into the community. According to her, the company was founded in 2006 by its managing director, Mr TC Mahada. She stated that the company had donated goods worth close to half a million rand to various community-development projects, including churches,

crèches and schools, over the past years. She further stated that it was her company’s wish to see the team gain promotion to the higher division next season. According to her, the sponsorship will increase each year, depending on the financial position of the company. When accepting the sponsorship, the team’s head coach, Mr Mashudu Ndou, said that it would go a long way in boosting the team’s morale. He praised the company for channelling a fraction of their profit towards the development of sport at grassroots level.

Mrs Joyce Thaba (fourth from right in the front row) poses for a photo with the players and officials of the team during the ceremony.

Tigers to pay for Mikhado’s defeat? By Frank Mavhungu If the words of the manager of Mikhado FC, Mr Prince Manenzhe, are anything to go by, his team will make a comeback and make Eleven Fast Tigers pay for the 1-2 defeat they suffered at the hands of Ditlou FC at the Groblersdal grounds last Friday afternoon. Mikhado will host Fast Tigers in their ABC Motsepe League match at the Rabali Stadium tomorrow afternoon. Asked what could have gone wrong in their first two matches, Mr Manenzhe said that the technical staff had still been struggling to find a winning combination in their opening two matches. He revealed that they had assembled the best squad ever for the coming clash. According to him, most of the players who were part of their team last season, including Bornwise Molobo, Khuthadzo Tshikulumela, Rendani Thavhana and Thulani Mabizela, were still in their camp. The other Vhembe-based

side, Venda Football Academy Stadium outside Polokwane. (VFA), will travel to Giyani The match between Magezi FC Stadium where they will lock and Giyani Happy Boys will be horns with Ndengeza FC. played at the Manamela Stadium outside Polokwane, while VFA are still to lose a league Mighty FC will host Ngwabe match. They brutally doomed Polokwane Academy 4-0 at the City Motors at the old Peter Tshifudi Stadium last Saturday. Mokaba Stadium. Tshakhuma RO Nandilani (TRON) are gearing up for a tough game against Ollesdal FC at the Turfloop Stadium in Polokwane. TRON lost 0-2 to Polokwane United at the Tshisahulu grounds last Saturday. Rendani Mukomafhedzi and Khuliso Phosiwa, TRON’s defenders, will have a mammoth task to stop the Ollesdal forwards in George Kgare and Edward Kekana. Polokwane United will entertain Baraccah Valley at the Seshego Stadium in Polokwane. The rookies, Makotopong Brazilians, will fight for league points against Ditlou Mikhado’s left winger, Khuthadzo FC at the Nchabiseko Tshikulumela.

After playing two matches away from home, the Multichoice Diski Challenge Black Leopards will be back home this weekend. They will entertain Mamelodi Sundowns at the Thohoyandou Stadium tomorrow morning, starting at 10:00. A quick glance at the Leopards’ and Sundowns’ track record shows that the Thoho­ yandou side will have to double their efforts if they are serious about collecting the maximum points. Sundowns are currently lying in the second position on the log with 19 points, two behind the pace setters, Bidvest Wits. Sundowns lost only one of the eight matches they have played to date. Sundowns are still fresh from a 5-0 victory over Baroka FC at the Lucas Moripe Stadium outside Pretoria last Sunday. On the other hand, Black Leopards are still to win a league match this season. They are languishing at the bottom of the log with 3 points. Lidoda duvha shared the spoils with Kaizer Chiefs, with whom they played to a goalless draw at the Volkswagen Dobsonville Stadium in Johannesburg on Sunday. The Leopards’ strikers, Selby Rapatsa, Andrew Nenzhelele, Luvuyo Ndlovu and Tiklas Thutlwa, will have it tough against the Sundowns’ rock-solid defence. Maritzburg United, who are also fighting for survival, will also play in front of their home crowd this weekend. They will host Kaizer Chiefs at the Black Leopards’ sharpshooter, Selby Rapatsa. Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritz-

Dozens of elderly and young people participated in a health and fun walk at Phadzima last Wednesday. The event was organised by theVhembe District Municipality. According to the health-promotion coordinator of Vhembe, Ms Thifhelimbilu Nemakonde, the idea was to unify the community and fight lifestyle diseases. She urged the community to participate in such activities as they served as a catalysts to unifying the village and also encouraged residents to look after their health. According to the ward councillor, Edward Mulefu, the health of the elderly and the young people was important. “It is at these events where people learn how to organize themselves,” said Mulefu. He encouraged young people to become involved in sports. “Sport and education are the key for the future of our youth,” he said. Deadline: Tuesday 12:00 - No handwritten logs will be accepted

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Coach Luc dreams big for Leopards issued on Tuesday this week, making it possible for the 60-year-old coach to Black Leopards’ new head coach, Mr sit on the team’s technical bench for the Luc Eymael, might only have been first time in their game against Mame­ with the club for a week now, but he lodi Sundowns on Wednesday evening. already knows the team’s weak and During an interview with Limpopo strong points. The Belgian mentor Mirror, Mr Eymael revealed that he had entered into a two-year contract with already observed during his short stay Lidoda duvha, following the dismissal that the team had good quality players. of the entire technical staff - led by the He said that he found it difficult to former head coach, Mr Lionel Soccoia understand why Black Leopards were - two weeks ago. not among the top four teams on the log Mr Eymael watched from the grandat the moment, considering the depth of stand as his team beat Bloemfontein players they had in their showroom. Celtic 1-0 at the Thohoyandou Stadium He was confident that he would last Sunday, pending the issuing of his soon be able to turn Leopards’ forwork permit. The permit was finally tunes around. Leopards were lying in By Frank Mavhungu

the 12th spot on the log before their match against Mamelodi Sundowns on Wednesday. “I am not a football angel, but what I have observed so far is that Black Leopards have the potential to compete for silverware,” he said. He further stated that the only thing that would make him the happiest man on earth was to see Lidoda duvha lift a trophy before the end of his contract with them. Mr Eymael again stated that he would use the next two weeks to select the best combination. Black Leopards will be out of action for two weeks. Their next match will be against Supersport United at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Friday, 25 October.

TTM want to make Richards Bay FC pay for past weekend’s draw against Mbombela By Frank Mavhungu While the Absa Premiership League teams will be on leave this weekend, it will be business as usual for the affiliates of the GladAfrica Championship Division or the National First Division (NFD) as it was formerly known. After playing to a goalless draw with Mbombela United at the Kanyamazane Stadium in Nelspruit last Saturday, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) are gearing up for another tricky hurdle. They will fight for league points against Richards Bay FC at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Sunday afternoon. A quick look at the history of the two

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