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Assassination shock Polokwane High Court on Monday for route-related matters. opened. Mr Tshifhango is survived by five children. According to his The daughter of the deceased, Ms Kundani Tshifhango, A well-known taxi owner and pastor of Louis Trichardt, said that only after her father had parked his car at the gate Mr Samuel Tshifhango (64), was shot and killed at his had the attacker shot him several times. “Our father was a home in Louis Trichardt on Tuesday afternoon. His death loving person who took care of all of us. We have lost a good, is allegedly related to taxi violence. caring father who always came up with solutions when we His murder sent shockwaves through the taxi industry and had problems.” By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho community, with many calling on the police to tighten the She further indicated that the family would not be safe screws and apprehend when the attackers were still at large. She urged the law-enQuestions abounded on Monday the killers. forcement agencies to speed up their investigations and to apin the soccer fraternity regardTshifhango was prehend the perpetrators. “We are still shocked and terrified ing a rumour that Tshakhuma the chairperson by this assassination,” she said. Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) FC’s of the LouShe mentioned that it was difficult to understand why her head coach, Mr Vladislav Heric, is Trichardt father had been killed. “He was a visionary and the strategic could have been sacked from the Musina Taxi thinker of the family’s transport business. We have received team. Association, who many messages of condolences locally and from abroad and it However, the team issued a were fighting for shows us that my father was a people person and accommomedia statement on Tuesday Mr Samuel the route with the dating to everyone, irrespective of colour, race and religion,” in which they cleared the air of Tshifhango Beitbridge Taxi Asshe said. all assumptions and negative (64). Photo sociation (BTA). The The secretary of the LTT Musina Taxi association, Mr rumours. Facebook two associations Collen Luvhengo, said that he was still shocked that one of TTM’s communication and are to appear its members had been shot dead. “The deceased’s colleagues, marketing manager, Mr Tshidin the who have been traumatised by the incident, are receiving ino Ndou, said that Heric had counselling,” added Luvhengo. He expressed his condolences requested leave to take care of to the Tshifhango family. his sick father, who is undergo“The role he played in fostering unity, discipline, hard work ing treatment in Serbia. “This is and dedication within the family and community shall always a critical time for the club as it be cherished,” Luvhengo said. is fighting to win promotion to Speaking on condition of anonymity, a neighbour said they the PSL, but Mr Heric’s family is heard two speeding vehicles, followed by gunshots. “It was more important,” Ndou said. “Our so sudden. I was not far from here and when I went out to hearts are with the coach and his investigate, I saw a black VW Jetta and VW Polo speed off. family during this difficult time, That was when we realised our neighbour had been shot dead and the entire club would like to at the steering wheel of his car. It was so terrifying, and it will wish Mr Heric’s father a speedy take time for me to forget this incident,” he said. recovery.” Police spokesperson Brig Motlafela Mojapelo said the poNdou stated that, apart from lice were investigating the tragedy. No arrest had been made family-responsibility leave, it had at the time of our going to press, and a case of murder was By Kaizer Nengovhela

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come to the club’s attention that false and misleading speculations were circulating on social media that the coach had parted ways with the team. “TTM would like to rubbish all these rumours as pure conjecture, meant to destabilise the team. Heric is still the head coach of the club,” Ndou said. “We hope the coach will be back for our next league game at home against Steenberg FC, on 15 February.”


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Well-known police officer and Eskom worker killed when hit by vehicle (50) of Itsani village, who was an employee of Eskom in ThohoyanA cloud of sadness hangs over dou, met their untimely death on the family of well-known clergy- Monday morning when the driver man and pastor Tshifhiwa Mulig- of an unknown motor vehicle hit we of Rhema Kingdom Life in and killed them while they were Tshifulanani-Lwamondo outside exercising. Thohoyandou, after a family The driver did not stop after the member was hit and killed while incident and the police in Vuwani exercising along the Dzondo outside Thohoyandou have since Lwamondo-Zwikwengane road launched an intensive search for early on Monday. the driver of the vehicle. Limpopo police spokesperson Former police officer and pastor Col Moatshe Ngoepe confirmed of Rhema Kingdom Life, Insp the incident and said they had Mandana Muligwe (50) of Tshiopened a case of culpable homicide shushuru near Lwamondo, and his and possible negligent driving will friend, Mr Nthangeni Nevhorwa also be investigated. By Silas Nduvheni

The late Eskom worker in Thohoyandou, Mr Nthatheni Nevhorwa.

“The local police were summoned to the scene, together with the emergency personnel. On the arrival, they found the two males critically injured. Preliminary investigations revealed that the two were exercising when they were knocked down by the vehicle,” said Col Ngoepe. He said the two men were certified dead at the scene and the police’s investigations about the accident were still ongoing. The family spokesperson, Pastor Tshifhiwa Muligwe, said the family was saddened about the matter as they had lost a valuable member, who had also been his trusted aid.

“I used to send him to represent me at many occasions of the church gatherings and funerals. He qualified for church work after attending biblical courses and since then, he was my aid whom I sent to preach,” added Muligwe. Muligwe will be buried on Saturday in Tshifulanani-Lwamondo, with the function starting at 07:00. His friend, Nevhorwa, will be buried in Tshisaulu Fhasi ha bada, also on Saturday morning. Muligwe left behind his wife, Tendani, and five children, Dakalo, The late police offcer Apfeswaho, Vhuthuhawe, Odzula- and pastor, Insp Mandana Muligwe. ho and Hangwi.

Theft of water meters leaves town’s taps dry through the Makhado munic- uncertain and whether this which the stolen meters are ipal call centre and on Satis the work of one person or being replaced, this might Louis Trichardt has been urday the municipality came a group of people, but indihave something to do with plagued by a spate of water out and closed the leak. “Up cations are that the meters available supply. Shibambu meter thefts at homes and till today, I am still without are stolen purely for their said that they did not have businesses the past two water. My meter has not been scrap-metal value. enough replacement meters weeks and the Vhembe Dis- fixed and every time I phone Mr Moses Shibambu, in stock, but that they were trict Municipality (VDM) is the municipality, I get an spokesperson for the VDM, busy with the procurement struggling to keep up with arrogant response. My wife confirmed on Wednesday process to acquire an addithe replacement of these and I were even told that we that they were in the process tional 1 000 meters for this stolen water meters. could complain to whoever, of replacing the stolen mefinancial year. The past weekend the situ- nothing would come of it,” ters. He said that they had The question many readers ation became so bad that the said Mkoki. replaced 22 meters already, might ask themselves is VDM had to suspend the waSimilar frustration was ex- which included repeat cases. what is being done by the ter supply to Louis Trichardt perienced by Ms Elize Venter, In several instances, the authorities, such as the because of the thefts. “Water who acts on behalf of a coubrass meters were replaced police, to curb the spate of supply has been stopped due ple of local rental and leasing with “plastic” meters. “We thefts. When asked about to the theft of water meters in agencies. When water meters are not replacing them with this last week, Shibambu Louis Trichardt Town. Vhem- were stolen at several of their cheap meters,” said Shibamsaid that the matter had been be technical team is assessrental properties, she phoned bu, indicating that the meters reported to the Makhado ing the situation and water the VDM and asked if they were being replaced with police. In response, local posupply will resume at 14:00 could do anything to protect SANS 1529-1:2006-approved lice spokesperson Constable in the afternoon today. The the water meters. She was polymer domestic water Iren Radzilane said she could theft of water meters has retold very abruptly that they meters. find no record of any such sulted in serious loss of water were not allowed to tamper As for the “slow” pace at case reported by the VDM. in the town. We apologize for with the meters She said she could the inconvenience caused,” in any way, as the only find record of reads a statement issued by meters belonged to individuals’ reporting the VDM on Sunday. the municipality. the thefts. When asked What seems to be causing As far as could for a case number a bigger frustration than be determined, under which the thefts the actual theft of the water the thefts occur had been reported, meters is the municipality’s throughout town, Shibambu stated on seeming lack of response. Mr including Eltivillas, Wednesday: “Our team Ronald Mkoki of Douthwait and the thieves do has reported the case; Street told the newspaper not discriminate however, the SAPS on Wednesday that he had between private has not opened a case Millions of litres of precious water are noticed that his water meter homes, flats or busi- going to waste because water meter are as they wanted to go had been stolen last Friday. nesses. What had to the scene and they being stolen in Louis Trichardt. Photo He reported the matter sparked the thefts is supplied. didn’t have vehicles.” By Andries van Zyl

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Emotional funeral for boy who died in the Dzindi river The Grade 8 learner at Luvhaivhai Secondary in Lwamondo-Mutandani village outside Thohoyandou who drowned in the Dzindi River a fortnight ago was buried in the Lwamondo-Tshitavha graveyard on Saturday. Given Matamela (13) drowned while swimming with his friends. He was described as a young boy who always dreamt big and took education seriously as he studied hard after school. His school choir sang songs in tribute of their classmate. Some of the learners cried uncontrollably when his coffin was lowered into the grave. Family representative Ms Patricia Malwela said they were saddened by his untimely death.

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“Although it was difficult to cope with the situation, we accept it and think that God has done his will. We live each day as it comes, but no one knows what will happen tomorrow,” said Malwela. Dr Mudau, who represented Luvhaivhai Secondary School, said that he had last met him with his Grade 8 classmate on Friday, two weeks ago, and thought he would be in class on

Monday, but he was surprised to hear about the boy’s death. “He was one of the disciplined and hardworking learners, who always respected his teachers and did his schoolwork on time,” said Mudau. Limpopo police spokesperson Brig Motlafela Mojapelo said an inquest docket had been opened with the Vuwani police and they were investigating the incident.

More cases of drownings reported is one too many. Most of the victims drown in rivers, flowing As the warm weather constreams or dams and a high tinues across the country, percentage of the deceased are at least eight people have young people,” said Mojapelo. drowned in Vhembe since “We are urging the pubthe beginning of the year. lic to stay away from rivers, The latest victims were three dams and places that are not toddlers who drowned at designated for swimming. Tshituni Tshafhasi last Friday. Several people also get into the water while under the influence The SAPS spokesperson, of alcohol. It hampers their Brig Motlafela Mojapelo, said judgement, leading to loss of that they were very concerned life. Parents must help us and because the weather continued stop children from getting to be hot and people played into swimming pools if they around rivers and dams, trying don’t know how to swim,” said to cool off. Mojapelo. “The number of drowning In the recent incident, the cases in the province is increas- police have opened inquest ing. This is of serious concern cases after three toddlers as the figure of fatalities in wa- drowned in a swimming pool in ter continues to rise. One loss Tshituni Tshafhasi. “It is alleged By Kaizer Nengovhela

that the three toddlers, who are neighbours, were playing when they wandered off and gained entrance to the premises unnoticed and advanced to a swimming pool. “The elder brother of one of the children got frightened when he could not see them and decided to trace them. He then made the horrific discovery of the three children floating in the swimming pool. He immediately alerted his mother, who reacted swiftly. “The children were rushed to the local clinic. Sadly, they were all certified dead on arrival,” the police said. The deceased are Mashudu Angel Langanani (3), Never Shandukani (3) and Vhutali Ramovha (4).


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The killing of women must now stop - Mayor Muhlope By Bernard Chiguvare “We are not going to accept any sentence less than life in jail for such a murder case, nor bail. The justice system should take its course. Women are being killed daily, and we note at times that the perpetrators walk freely in the streets the following day. We are not going to allow that,” said Musina’s mayor, councillor Mihloti Muhlope. Mayor Muhlope joined a group of about 50 women

protesting outside the Musina Magistrate’s Court on Monday. The group attended the bail hearing of Thivhalitshi Madzivhe, who is suspected of killing his girlfriend, Tshamaano Sehlare. Madzivhe appeared before Magistrate Jerry Davhana, who postponed the matter to the following day for further cross examination. On Tuesday, Madzivhe appeared in court again, but the case was postponed to 12 February for further cross examination.

Meanwhile, Lerato Mamatloti, a member of the Matswale community and one of the organisers of the protest march, expressed her satisfaction with the manner in which the court had dealt with the case. “Further cross examination to us means that they are trying to get to the bottom of the case,” she said. Mamatloti urged women to stick together in such difficult times and to show that they cannot be treated like sex objects.

Only ATMs were operating on Monday morning after it was discovered that thieves had broken into Nedbank.

Thieves get away with R2 million at Nedbank in Louis Trichardt By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Rumours spreading through town since Monday morning that a large amount of cash was stolen from a bank in Louis Trichardt seem to be true. The police confirmed that more than R2 million was stolen from the Nedbank branch in town. When Nedbank’s doors remained shut on Monday morning, with only the ATMs outside working, the gossipmongers started working. At first the whispers claimed that thieves had broken into the VBS Mutual Bank and the local Nedbank branch. The general suspicion was that the burglars could have gained entry to the two banks

Women protest outside the Musina Magistrate’s Court.

to steal documents related to the VBS saga. This idea might have sprung to mind because of the relationship between the two banks. The curator of VBS Mutual Bank appointed Nedbank in July 2019 to facilitate the pay-out of funds to VBS Mutual Bank clients. On Wednesday morning, the spokesperson for the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), or Hawks, Capt Matimba Maluleke, provided some clarity and confirmed that a burglary had indeed taken place at Nedbank. “The suspects had made an opening in the roof at Nedbank and gained entry into the premises,” he said. He revealed that over R2 million had been stolen from a safe.

Young advocate is also a bishop ing branches in neighbouring countries such as Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Botswana. We will definitely achieve this by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.” The legal eagle, who is also the founder and president of the non-profit organization, Friends of Ubuntu, said besides serving the Lord and his busy legal commitments, he also found time to develop his community. “I urge other men of the cloth not to concentrate on the Gospel only, but to follow

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Capt Maluleke reiterated that, as far as the DPCI’s investigations were concerned, the case had no connection with the VBS Mutual Bank. One of the bank’s customers, 21-year-old Norman Mukhavhuki, complained that he had to drive back home to Manavhela village on Monday without being able to conduct his business at the bank. Mukhavhuki wanted to open a savings account at the bank but was turned away. “I had just burnt my fuel for nothing,” he said. “I just got a job and the requirement is that I have a bank account, so that the employer can pay my salary into it. So, my uncle lent me his car, but then I couldn’t open the account.”

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“Don’t keep quiet about the onslaught on our women” by her boyfriend at Musina Matswale Phase 7. She was Mourners who attended the reportedly arguing with her funeral of the killed woman, boyfriend in their rented room Tshamaano Sehlare (35) of before she was killed. She Rabali, were told not to keep was allegedly strangled and quiet in the face of the ongo- stabbed in the head with a ing onslaught against women sharp object. Her lifeless body and children. was discovered by the owner of The emotional funeral was the house. held last Saturday at the local “The pain we experience as cemetery and was attended by a family is more than words many community members, can express,” said a family local organisations, represenrepresentative, Ms Muhangatatives of the government and nei Sehlare. “We thank the the local traditional leadership. community for their support Sehlare was allegedly killed since the tragedy struck us. By Kaizer Nengovhela

Family members surround the tombstone of the late Ms Tshamaano Sehlare.

Your presence and contributions made us strong, although we know the tragedy will ring in our minds for the rest of our lives,” she said. Cllr Khakhathi Ramavhoya expressed his condolences to the family. He described her as a hardworking young woman who had a broad vision. “We have really lost a young leader in our province,” he said. Her boyfriend, Thivhalitshi Madzivhe (38), appeared in the Musina Magistrate’s Court on Monday on a murder charge.

Waterval family distraught “We aim to build our community as a church” after old man disappears By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho The South African Police Service in Waterval have opened a missing person’s file, following the disappearance of a 71-year-old man, Mr Samuel Ngobeni.

Mr Samuel Ngobeni. Photo supplied.

Ngobeni is a resident at Tshivhuyuni village and he was last seen on 26 January. He left home to look for his cattle in the nearby bushes, but he has not come back home. At his departure from home, Ngobeni was wearing a blue shirt, navy blue trousers with brown shoes. The police have launched a search operation to locate him, without success.The family spokesperson, Thomas Ndobe, said that the family was distraught, following the old man’s disappearance. “We are appealing to all people to help us find our loved one,” Ndobe said. “We love Mr Ngobeni and we need him back home.” The police are also calling upon members of the community to provide information that can assist in reuniting the elderly man with his family. Those with information are asked to phone the investigating officer, W/O TO Sony, on 079 894 5463 or the crime stop number 0860 010 111 or the nearest police station.

the army or soldiers for the Kingdom of God,” she said. “People will be positioned and aligned to the current priorities of God’s purpose.” She stated that Adonai Community of Grace Ministry was all about holistic development, which entailed spiritual, emotional, and intellectual intelligence, moral regeneration, financial

intelligence and entrepreneurship. “We believe the church needs to develop people within the community, and that’s exactly what we will be doing,” she said. Adonai had already held their first crusade on 20 to 25 January. The Destiny Word Apostolic Prophetic Network has so far planted 23 churches.

“The opening of a new church in the community is worth celebrating, and it will be adding value to the very community.” Those were the words of Pastor Petrus Mamuhohi, a presiding leader of the Destiny Word Apostolic Prophetic Network, when he was planting a new church in Madabani village in the Sinthumule area. The new church is called Adonai Community of Grace Ministry, under the leadership of Pastor Grace Mawela. “Planting a church in any community adds value to that community as the church becomes a second home for all people who wish to come,” said Mamuhohi. “Pastor Mawela had undergone spiritual training that lasted for more than ten years, which makes her a well-trained leader who will take good care of the church.” Pastor Mawela said that the church was a spiritual organism for the protection of the environment and the people. “The church is to lead, raise Pastor Petrus Mamuhohi (right) and Ms Sylvia Mamuhohi (left) present a and empower people of all ages to be certificate to Adonai Community of Grace Ministry’s Pastor Grace Mawela.


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Tshivhulani Fire Brothers’ players injured in crash By Kaizer Nengovhela Several players of Tshivhulani Fire Brothers FC were injured on Saturday when the bakkie they were travelling in overturned. The team were on their way to play against Tshambobvu Junior Aces when the accident happened. According to one of the players, Vhonani Nemukula, it happened very quickly, near Tshifura. He said that the driver of the bakkie could do nothing to avoid the accident when the vehicle’s tyre burst.

“We all shouted, but the vehicle overturned,” he said. More than 15 people were injured, including players, officials and supporters. The injured were taken to the Tshilidzini and Vhufuli hospitals for treatment. Most of them were discharged after receiving treatment. At the time of our going to press, three players were still being treated in hospital. The team manager, Mr Abby Mbedzi, expressed the hope that the players would recover soon. “Our team is in position

16 in the SAFA Vhembe MMK Administrator Stream C league. Our boys are ready to continue where they left off and take the league,” said Mbedzi. The secretary of SAFA Vhembe, Mr Mulimisi Muneri, said that although it was sad for them to learn about the accident, they were relieved to hear that no life had been lost. The matches that were supposed to be played last week by Brothers were postponed. The matches will be played on dates still to be determined by the league administrators. Members of the Young Nurses Indaba Trade Union (YNITU) marched to the MEC for Health’s offices on Monday.

“MEC of Bereavement must go!” leadership were not in office. “YNITU is resolute that Members of the Young the memorandum will not be Nurses Indaba Trade Union handed (over to) or accepted (YNITU) have called on the by cleaners or low-ranking MEC for Health in Limpopo, officials who find themselves Dr Phophi Ramathuba, to at the mercy of corrupt offistep down. cials who instruct them to do On Monday, YNITU wrong things,” said the presmembers marched to the ident of YNITU, Ms Lerato Department of Health’s offices Madumo-Gova. in Limpopo to hand over a Madumo-Gova said that memorandum of grievances. the union members were During the march, YNITU later forced to flee from the members were carrying department’s offices after placards displaying messages police officers had fired rubber such as “MEC of Bereavebullets at them. ment must go!”, “Shortage of “They tried to manhandle nurses is equivalent to suicide” us and dictate to us how we and “Wrong nurse ratio kills should march and what props patients”. we could use. They were According to the media touched in their studio by our statement released by YNImembers’ carrying a coffin, TU on Monday, the union which is what Phophi’s actions marched through the streets of are resulting in - the death of Polokwane to the department, patients,” she said. but upon arrival they learnt The union accuses the that the MEC and her senior MEC of being responsible for By Maanda Bele

Three of the injured players, Vhonanai Nemukula, Bright Tshihume and Mulaifa Mulovhedzi.

“countless atrocities” committed in the province. “She has ignored some of the most down-trodden communities and subjected them to unnecessary, untimely deaths and adverse events by failing to employ adequate staff after using taxpayers’ money to train them,” Madumo-Gova said. YNITU questions the Department of Health’s handling of staff and accuses the MEC of intending to lay off another 540 health-care professionals, even though a serious problem exists with the quality of health care in the province. The spokesperson of the MEC for Health, Mr Thilivhali Muavha, said that the MEC had not yet received the memorandum. “When the union members came to the office yesterday, the MEC was not around and they refused to give the memorandum to a junior staff member,” he said.

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Alleged killer of Capricorn student pleads not guilty By Kaizer Nengovhela Hundreds of angry demonstrators, including students of TVET Capricorn College, attended Tuesday’s hearing of the suspect arrested in connection with the murder of Precious Ramabulana. The suspect, Aubrey Manaka (28), made a quick appearance in the Morebeng Magistrate’s Court. Manaka is accused of stabbing the 21-year-old student 52 times. The police and security officers had to close the main gate of the court building as community members wanted to enter the building to have a glance at the suspect. The marchers demanded that the suspect should never be given bail. Manaka pleaded not guilty on all five charges against him. He will remain in custody until his next court appearance on 30 March. When Manaka eventually made his appearance in the court room on Tuesday, he looked calm and walked confidently to the dock, even though he had chains around his legs. He is facing five charges, namely murder, theft, housebreaking and two of rape. One of the rape charges is for a four-year-old toddler that was raped in 2014.

The general secreatry of SAMWU, Mr Koana Ramotlou (second from left) shakes hands with the veteran political activist, Dr Tshenuwani Farisani, while Mr Joe Ace Mudau (on the left) and Mr Thanyani Sigidane (right) lift up their hands to show the struggle continues.

Memorial lecture in remembrance of two slain SAMWU officials Aubrey Manaka photographed during a previous court appearance. Photo supplied.

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“the contribution made by these fallen heroes and they were pillars of the municipality in the delivery of services to the populace of the district.” She said that they were true leaders and employees in the district and had devoted their lives to fighting selflessly for the rights of the workers. “As district municipality, we are grateful to SAMWU to have come up with the idea of delivering a memorial lecture to honour the two fallen leaders of our employees,” said Mukwevho. However, Mukwevho said, she was worried that the police investigation to determine who had killed Mani and Musetsho was being conducted very slowly. She urged the law-enforcement agencies to speed up the investigation. Musetsho left behind his wife, Luvhengo, and four children, Rotondwa, Mpho, Andilsa Uhone, while Mani is survived by his wife, Virginia, and two children, Hulisani and Khodani.

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very difficult job, but we are happy that you have several community structures to support you when you execute your duties. The municipalities and various government departments are there to help you. Always approach them whenever you need assistance in the development of your villages.” Tshivhase urged the young traditional leaders to seek wisdom from their elders when ruling their villages. “Your tribal councils are there to help you to execute your duties with ease. Take advice from selected reliable elders who will not

mislead you.” He advised the young traditional leaders to take education seriously, so that they could lead their subjects with wisdom. “I’m happy that you are both still at school and progressing well. Besides your God-given position, everyone will respect you if you are educated. Education broadens your horizons and you will be able to view the world from various angles. An educated leader sets a very good example to his subjects, who will also follow in his footsteps, thereby making the whole community educated.”

“The preservation of our culture, traditions and indigenous practices lies upon you as young traditional leaders. You might be young, but the position you hold makes you older than anyone in the village you rule.” These were the words of advice of senior traditional leader Thovhele Vho-Midiyavhathu Kennedy Tshivhase to two young traditional leaders, Musanda Vho-Muvhango Mpfuneni Takalani (18) of Mukula and Musanda Vho-Tshinetise Tshedza Ravhura (17) of Makonde. Tshivhase said this during his recent visit to Makonde village. He said the fact that these traditional leaders were young did not mean that people should not respect them. “If you do not respect these young traditional leaders, it means that you do not respect your heritage as Africans. They might be young, but their Thovhele Vho-Midiyavhathu Kennedy Tshivhase (middle) gives a responsibility is very word of advice to young traditional leaders Musanda Vho-Muvhango huge,” he said. Mpfuneni Takalani (18) of Mukula (left) and Musanda Vho-Tshinetise “Overseeing everyTshedza Ravhura (17) of Makonde. one in the village is a


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Nozipho is a Miss Bachelorette finalist By Mbulaheni Ridovhona The 25-year-old Nozipho Mashaba is one of the 16 finalists for Miss Bachelorette South Africa 2020. She was born and raised in Ha-Kutama Tshikwarani. Miss Bachelorette South Africa is a women’s empowerment project that is presented in the format of a pageant. Its main aim is to give unmarried, mature women recognition and honour through philanthropy, fashion and beauty. This is the only pageant in South Africa that focuses on women between the ages of 25 and 50, who are unmarried (with or without children) to serve as role models. For Mashaba, women’s empowerment is an important part of her life. “I started mentoring young girls to help them boost their self-esteem, do beauty pageants,

public speaking, debate and stand their own ground from a young age. I always strive to empower them to be better people in society,” Mashaba said. She is incensed about the bad lifestyle of the youth in the villages. “Young girls and boys are indulging very much in alcohol. The environment doesn’t look the same anymore. No one cares what tomorrow brings anymore, all they care about is where the next bash is. The hope that I left when I went to varsity is no longer there. Many of my peers have given up on their dreams and aspirations. I cried so much, because as much

as I try to empower kids from my community, I realised a lot still needed to be done,” she said. When she saw what Miss Bachelorette South Africa was all about, she decided to go for it. “The main aim for me is to prove to the kids in my society that your dreams are valid as long as you believe in them. Through the Miss Bachelorette journey, I have realised that it’s not just my community that is suffering, but the entire country. Women and children are being kidnapped, murdered, and trafficked every day. It is no safer to be a woman in South Africa than it is in Sudan with bombs

“The main aim for me is to prove to the kids in my society that your dreams are valid as long as you believe in them.”

Young man stabbed to death during drinking spree at Tshisaulu pub Khwathelani Nekhalale (26) of Tshisaulu New Stance, was The police in Thohoyandou discovered by community have launched a manhunt for members in the early hours suspects involved in the killof Saturday morning. He was ing of a 26-year-old man who lying in a pool of blood at the was stabbed to death in Tshis- liquor outlet with stab wounds aulu Bar Lounge on Saturday to his body. morning. The Ngoepe said the mobar lounge tive behind the incident is known as was still not clear but Vhulelu by police investigations members of were continuing and the commuwould probably uncover nity. what had happened. LimpoThe distraught po police mother of the deceased, spokesperson Ms Matodzi Nepile, Col Moatshe said she found it hard Ngoepe said to understand that her police were son was killed during an investigatalleged drinking spree. ing a case of She could not establish Mr Khwathelani murder. The whether the family was Nekhalale. body of the suffering from bad luck deceased, identified as Mr or being attacked by evil spirits By Silas Nduvheni

because Khwathelani was not her only her son stabbed to death. In October 2019, Khwathelani’s elder brother, Ndamulelo, was stabbed to death at Tswinga Bar Lounge. According to Nepile, she was now asking herself what she had done wrong that she was getting punished. Thovhele Thivhulawi Makumbane, a senior traditional leader, expressed his shock about the incident and strongly condemned killing one another. He said people with disputes must seek for an amicable solution. Meanwhile, the police said that anyone with information that could lead to the arrest of these suspects might contact Lt-Col Boshonane at 079 894 5501 or the crime stop number at 0860 010 111 or the nearest police station.

“The old days were the good days”

remembered how he had grown up in the olden days, and all A small group of elderly men the people around smiled with recently had a luncheon in pleasure as he spoke. “Our a hillside resort as a way of childhood was filled with jollity socialising and reminiscing and frivolity, and we savoured about their heydays. This was every moment just as one mainly done to achieve and savoured the taste of wild fruit maintain mental stability for in summer,” Mphephu said. the elderly men. “There were hardly any heinous The outing was made poscrimes reported in our district. sible by the director of Munna What we are seeing and hearNdi Nnyi, Dr Bardwell Mufuning today on our radios and waini, who also runs the Estate reading in newspapers is horOrchard Resort at Lwamondo rifying – killings, rapes, and all Tshifulanani village. that kind of abuse and disorder The elderly gentlemen who in our communities.” took part in the luncheon inMufunwaini added that in many families the children placed all the focus on female parents or elderly and took them out for lunch or picnics, leaving the male ones on their own. “The male elderly are overlooked and left alone for the biggest part of their days, and this happens mostly when they are no longer working or moving around in public spaces,” said Mufunwaini. “So, it is a good thing to spoil them now and again, since it also adds more Pictured are (seated from left to right) Mr Jeffrey Phalanndwa, Mr Wilson Tshamaano, and Mr Nelson Mphephu. Standing: Dr Bardwell days to their lives.” Mufunwaini, Mr Zwanga Mukwevho and Mr Calvin Mphephu. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

cluded Messrs Jeffrey Phalanndwa (80), Wilson Tshamaano (82), Nelson Mphephu (86), Zwanga Mukwevho (63) and Calvin Mphephu (63). A jubilant Mr Mphephu said he was pleased to attend an outdoor luncheon with other elderly men and added that he had never felt as “young and strong” in his old age as he did at the resort. “The ‘guys’ with me here are full of life – I am loving their company, from all the jokes and talking about the old days, when our days were still the good days,” he said. Mr Jeffrey Phalanndwa

dropping everywhere,” she said. Through this pageant, she aims to bring change and she has started an initiative called #YouAreSafeWithMe in which she wants to focus not only on girls but also on boys. “A girl child goes to school, church and town scared because they don’t know if they will make it home safe. I aim to bring back the spirit of Ubuntu that we once had as a country. The initiative aims to empower both girls and boys to create an environment that gives the next person satisfaction to say you are safe with me. We need to work together as a society to bring about the change we want to see.” To sponsor her through this journey, contact her on 084 573 9075 or at noziphoashantie@gmail.com. To vote for her, SMS: MBSA Nozipho to 33282. The final will be held on April 25 in Polokwane.

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Miss Bachelorette South Africa 2020 finalist Nozipho Mashaba. Photo supplied.

Last year, motivational speaker Pastor Tshifhiwa Mawelewele promised to donate a laptop and printer to the top Grade 12 learner at Davhana High. He recently kept his promise and donated these gifts to Dakalo Munonela (second from right). Also in the photo are Pastor Tshifhiwa Mawelewele (right), the chairperson of the SGB, Avhapfani Mudau (left), Principal Benedict Ratshili and Ms Mavis Munonela.


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Ronnie L’s music soothes the soul By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho Ronnie L is a multi-award-winning gospel artist who released his debut album, entitled A Call to Love, last year. The album won the Tshivenda Music Award for Best Newcomer and the Crown Gospel Music Award for Best Gospel R&B track for his self-composed song Lord I Love You. “That was the most affirming moment of my career as an artist,” he said. Ronnie is a worshipper at heart who has a deep passion for gospel music. He was groomed in the church from an early age and became part of the church choir when he was only 13 years old. “I firmly believe in the gift of worship as a powerful tool to have a deeper relationship with God, to grow spiritually and to be always

anchored in the love of the Father,” he said. Over the years, Ronnie has been learning and harnessing his musical skills, both on the spiritual and musical side, which has equipped him to embark on a solo career as a gospel artist. “Apart from my life as a gospel artist, I am a business executive with a successful 13-year corporate career,” he added. He holds a master’s degree in commerce and is the chief operating officer in an investment holding company. Based on his experience in the corporate world, Ronnie L also participates in several career-guidance initiatives to empower the youth and conducts motivational talks from time to time. Ronnie’s music can be found on all digital and social media platforms.

Ronnie L is a multi-awardwinning gospel artist.

Kingdmusic releases new remix single By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

Writers laud first-time author during book launch out of your comfort zones and start shaping your life.” “This book is laden with the relevant Masuwa took to the stage and extended information that says that it is possible his gratitude to all the people who had to turn around one's life for the better helped shape him into the man that he financially by working harder towards had become in society. His book aims to achieving one's dreams.” educate readers on investments. “The Ishmael Mugodi was speaking during prime reason I wrote this book was to the launch of Azwindini Lutendo Masushare insight with regard to financial wa's book, Unshakable, which was held intelligence and offer the best knowledge recently at Maangani village. and wisdom that assisted ancient people “I read the book from cover to cover, and still do in our generation,” he said. and I stand here to tell you that it had He believes that the education it gives opened up my mind to a wide range of cannot be taught at school and, no matter perceptions and viewpoints when it comes how educated people could be and the to approaching one's financial life,” Muextent of the salaries people earn, these godi said, who is also a writer in his own would not be helpful or go a long way if right. “ If each one of us were to follow people were not 'financially literate'. their dreams, we would have been living “Financial problems continue to haunt in a more prosperous country, but then us because we lack financial management that's what we choose to ignore. We are and other avenues of generating finances copycats and not innovative. We need to or monies, apart from the 7-5 strategised 'discover' ourselves as that's what Unshak- employment,” he said. “The book will acable tells us.” tually make one to graduate from working A prolific author, Richardt Rambau, for money and beginning to make money reminded people that being born into a work for them.” poor family should not determine one's Masuwa holds a bachelors' degree in future. “Being born into a poor family is criminal justice from the University of not a choice, but dying poor is a choice,” Venda and an honours degree in criminal he said. “Time has come for you to step justice from the University of Limpopo. By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

He currently runs an African Institute for training and consultation, a company that helps in training people how to invest their money on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Unshakable is available directly from the author and he can be contacted on 071 145 5231 or 067 187 1029.

Multiple-award-winning gospel musician Kingdmusic released a new single, Identity remix featuring SO from the USA, last month. Kingdmusic said the message of this song was very clear: "I want to encourage listeners to never trade their calling for anything and to always know that they are made for more. I believe that Christians should be the trendsetters. They should be the ones influencing the world's culture to become a Kingdom culture, and not the other way around." In Kingdmusic’s views, identity is not found in worldly things but in Christ himself. “We are in a world that says living for culture is a priority instead of living out our God’s purpose and calling,” Kingdmusic said. “I wrote this song to encourage myself and every person, young and old, who is doubting who they are in Christ. The song was inspired by the verse from Jeremiah 1:5 – “I knew you before I formed you in your mother’s womb. Before you were born, I set you apart and appointed you as my prophet to the nations”. Born Denga Takalani, he is a vibrant musician who started singing in church at the age of 12. By the age of 14, he had started writing his own songs and recorded his first R&B single, entitled Always loving you. He released his debut album, Seasons, last year and it is doing very well on the market. He said that he was passionate about producing songs that connected people to God. He won an Independent National Gospel Music Award in 2018 for his Upside down music video, featuring Takie Ndou. He is a presenter at Radio Pulpit. The song is available on all digital platforms. He can be reached on 072 669 3983.

A prolific author, Richardt Rambau, reminded people that being born into a poor family should not determine one's future.

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Meet Munaka, a journalist, presenter and poet Meet Munaka Sylvia Ndou, a 22-year-old journalist, presenter and author from Hamutsha Thondoni. Munaka attended high school at Ndamuleleni Secondary School and later studied journalism at Rosebank College in Pretoria. “I had a passion for radio from ever since I was still young. I used to listen to the radio every day,” she tells. “I started presenting at Nzhelele FM this year and realised my dream was coming true. I love radio with all my heart.” Besides being a radio journalist, Munaka is also a published author. “I started with poetry in 2015 when I was doing Grade 10 and became a pub-

Munaka Sylvia Ndou lished author in October 2019, when one of my poems was published in a book called 100 Echoes of Madiba Century, which is a multilingual poetry book,” she says.

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Art & Entertainment You can be whatever Khanyisa pens down her traumatic life experience you want to be By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

prematurely due to the lack of the necessary protection required for such dreams. Based on my personal experience and everyday observations, I learnt that our lives are like a novel. Whatever happens to us is part of our story, and so are the challenges." Whether we like it or not, challenges will come with or without our permission, she said. "Challenges hit us and leave us wounded. Many people are wounded and still battling to heal their wounds; as a result, the pain and hurt that come with the wounds make them give up. I therefore feel obliged and compelled to show my scars in order to help them deal with their wounds. If I am to give one of my experiences, I am that village girl who personally experienced poverty. I dropped out of university but still became what I have always wanted to be, an advocate. I feel as if I owe it to the world as to tell how I did not allow my dream to die during these challenges." The mother of twins explained that it took her seven years to complete this book. The book was published by Ako El Echad Publishers. R20 from each book sold will contribute to making a difference in the lives of the disadvantaged. For book purchases, she can be reached on 071 429 9236.

A local author and advocate, Ms Lucia Mundalamo, is living testimony that one can be successful in life, irrespective of one’s background. From using newspaper and toilet paper as sanitary towels to going to bed hungry and dropping out of university because of financial constraints, she did not allow adversity to prevent her from becoming an advocate. "I had knocked on different doors to look for opportunities to get help, but some of them wanted sex in return. I turned down their offers and suffered big time. I survived what might have turned into rape. I thank God for the South African National Defence Force. It is through this department that my dream of becoming a lawyer was fulfilled. I managed to settle my outstanding balance and continued with my studies," Mundalamo explained. In her recently published motivational book, It is part of your story, this village girl unpacks her scars in order to help the readers heal their wounds. "Challenges are part of your story. They shape you and position you. You have to go through them in order to achieve your dreams," she said. "This book will arm you with the strategies to conquer the world. Did your dream die a premature death? Is your dream dying? This book carries all the dead dreams’ resurrection tools as well as resuscitating tools for all the dying dreams. I am a testimony that you can be whatever you want to be." The 35-year-old from Mulodi village said she had seen people give up on their dreams, commit suicide and allow challenges Adv Lucia Mundalamo. Photo supto knock them down. "I had witnessed people's dreams dying plied.

God existed nor any good script was written for her because she “Just like climate change that was experiencing heartache and we involuntary face annually, headaches. "Every time I thought life has its own similar periods. I was picking myself up to stand One can never predict what again, I was crushed. I started will transpire the next day, believing that maybe good things yet we find ourselves going were only for the specific few and for seasons that leave us with there's no need to pray. Still, in permanent scars that we wish all the experiences, I managed to erase.” to pick myself up and stopped These are the words of being bitter towards myself and Khanyisa Baloyi, who recently started believing that something published her book, Restored, great can still come out of the which is based on a true story. In broken vessel. I started find this book, she invites the readers hope from a broken glass that to take a journey with her when its pieces can be used to cut she is narrating about traumatic out something only if it is used chapters of her life; how they correctly," she said. happened, the impact and how Despite what she went she got restored. through, she stood up against "The book is the story of my all odds, finding herself and life. I prefer to call it a journey purpose after her pain. "Through from rejection to restoration. psychological sessions and How I was a victim of rape when prayer, I experienced restoration I was doing matric, and even from within," she said. while finishing my studies at uniThrough this book, she wants versity, how rejection and broken to encourage someone who has engagements contributed to my experienced the same fate that being diagnosed with depresthere is a rainbow after a storm. sion. How all those experiences For book purchases, she can be changed my character from being reached on 076 608 1277. She a happy child to being isolated is also available on Facebook at from everyone. I started doing a Khanyi Johnson. whole lot of things for people to accept me. I was called different names, based on my weird and unforeseen behaviour, yet that was my cry for help," she said. Being in an abusive relationship also compounded her misery. "I was once in an abusive relationship that almost sent me to an early grave, due to the pressure of being single while I'm above 30. This book speaks of all those experiences that a young girl can face in a community that she once felt safe in, but the most precious thing that she held close was taken away by people she trusted," the 33-year-old from Malamulele said. During her journey, there were The author of Restored, Khanyisa Baloyi. Photo supplied. moments that she felt like no By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

Joint celebratory broadcast filled with fun Phalaphala and Munghana Lonene FM marked 55 years of giving their listeners more of what they want and less of what they do not, with a special broadcast on Monday during the celebration months of the two radio stations. Presenters of the two SABC radio stations celebrated their 55th anniversary with their listeners. The two radio stations were established on February 2, 1965. The morning drive show of both the radio stations was broadcast live from the one studio from 07:00 to 09:00. In a rare and unprecedented historical event, Munghana Lonene and Phalaphala FM’s morning drive listeners woke up to a birthday surprise to remember. The team of DJ Brian Rhikhotso and Conny Mashimbye as well as Mpho Nefale and Terry the Big Dude were having a joint broadcast. In celebrating their 55 years of broadcasting, the show kicked off at an accelerated pace, and the first song to go on air was the much-anticipated Xigubu Xiba Ngopfu by turbo-DJ Ganyane. A few minutes down the line, social media were in a frenzy, with listeners tweeting and indicating that they found the show irresistible, particularly the mix of Tshivenda and Xitsonga when spoken by presenters who did not normally speak these languages. Some listeners even suggested that this simulcast should happen at least once a week. In another surprise twist, producer Rendani Maenda Sikhwivhilu decided to have a guest presenter impromptu. The technical team at hand wasted no time to patch through Thobela FM, and Mankoko Mkhari “Baby” was suddenly part of the show. The two were launching their joint celebration on Monday, marking the beginning of a myriad of activities planned for the month of February. Premier Stanley Mathabatha and acting provincial general manager Freddy Sadiki, as well as station manager Lawrence Ubisi, were interviewed in this show, which was viewed as a strong tool to achieve social cohesion. Sadiki said that Munghana Lonene FM and Phalaphala FM started broadcasting on 1 February 1, 1965, sharing studios and broadcasting shifts and said in his congratulatory message that the two stations continued to source news and had different programmes that educated and entertained the listeners. “We thank the leadership and the two stations’ entire staff for their contribution towards the success of the station. We also thank the stations’ listeners for their support, because the station is what it is today because of their continuous support,” he said. Phalaphala FM will visit Thavhani Mall on the 15th, Soshanguve on the 22nd and Musina on the 29th to celebrate this birthday with their loyal supporters.

Jazz master at home behind the microphone thing because during my first day, I received countless calls Alfred Jazzman Chuene did from satisfied listeners who not know that his love of commended my work behind jazz music would earn him the microphone.” a position as presenter at Jazzman said the power of Musina FM. radio could never be underA success professional estimated when it came to recording artist with two jazz uniting people and making albums behind his name, new friendships. “Because the Jazzman was recruited by the frequency of our radio station management of Musina FM to also spills into Zimbabwe, join the station to present the I receive a lot of calls from Jazz Music Show every Sunday satisfied loyal Zimbabwean between 13:00 and 15:00. fans who listen to my show. He said it was an honour Some of them have personally for him to be called upon to delivered relatively unknown serve his community, which he original Zimbabwean jazz muloved so much. “I was indeed sic for me to play for the South very flattered to be asked to African fans this side.” come and work for my people. He said that he also made As a recording artist who sure that he played lesshas been in the jazz music er-known South African fraternity for over 10 years, it jazz artists for the benefit of became very easy for me to ad- the Zimbabwean listeners. just behind the microphone. “Through the show, I have also I knew I was doing the right received an invite to record a Entertainment

jazz album with some of the top artists in Zimbabwe.” He said that nothing beat thorough preparation when it came to the radio world. “I make sure that I’m well prepared before sitting behind the microphone. In fact, I arrive at the radio station three hours before my show starts. I also open the lines to give my listeners an opportunity to participate by calling in to the show, thereby making them part of the bigger family at Musina FM.” He talked about his future plans: “We need to introduce as many youths as possible to the radio and music industry. My dream is to establish a music and broadcast academy here in Musina within the space of ten years. We will need dedicated partners to come on board to realize this dream.”

Mr Freddy Sadiki, Mr Lawrence Ubisi and Mr Mpho Jantyby Nefale, photographed during the show.

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A hundred IT students received their diplomas during an event that was recently held at Madombidzha village. The students were all part of a youth-owned community-upliftment programme under the umbrella of Masithi and Partners Trading and Projects. Picture supplied.

Conference hall and lapa destroyed ing, 27 January. He suspects the fire might have been caused The conference hall and lapa by an arsonist, but police invesat the Graceland Resort at tigations are continuing. Matsila village were de“I received a call at about stroyed in a fire that broke 01:00, saying that the conferout two weeks ago. The ence hall was on fire. I rushed owner, Mr Norman Matsila, there and I nearly fainted when and his family watched in I saw the flames mercilessly disbelief as the roof of the devouring our property. I then building went up in flames. called the emergency services, The damage to the building is who rushed to scene,” he said. estimated at R900 000. Last week, the debris of burntout chairs and tables, includThe visibly shocked Matsila ing the decoration materials, said that the fire started at served as testimony of the about 01:00 on Saturday morn- devastation. By Kaizer Nengovhela

The conference hall that was destroyed in the fire.

Shortly after the fire had been reported, people from the village gathered at the homestead but could do nothing. When the firefighters arrived at the scene, they doused the flames. According to eyewitnesses, they only saw the hall on fire but did not know where the fire had come from. “I felt as if I was dreaming while I watched helplessly,” Matsila said. “I am now appealing to any good Samaritan to come and assist me in renovating the roof.”

Fewer friends and less phone time work wonders for good grades ed in life. I had a vision of not just finishing my matric, “I had managed to pass my but to do so in a satisfactory Grade 12 with flying colours fashion.” because I knew what I wantA first year BSc Applied Mathematics student at the University of Cape Town, Maduvhahafani Mukwevho (17), was speaking to Limpopo Mirror shortly after being awarded a laptop during the Redeeming Showers of Grace Christian Church International’s award ceremony that was Maduvhahafani Mukwevho celebrates recently held her success with her mother, Ms Patricia at Tshitereke Mashamba. village. A resident of Makonde village and former pupil of Tshivhase Secondary School, Maduvhahafani said she was glad that she had achieved her initial dream of passing matric and entering university. “Now the ball is in my court to work harder and make myself and my parents happy,” she said. “I believe in God, focus and Ms Mini Anish received a trophy after her hard work.” school, St Augustine Presidential School, Maduvhahwas announced as best performing school in terms of bachelors in Tshilamba Circuit. afani’s mother, By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Ms Patricia Mashamba, shared with Limpopo Mirror her daughter’s secret to achieving good results that ensured that she was the best performer in the Tshinane Circuit with a mark of 1 629. “She surprised me when she handed me her cellphone and told me that she wanted to focus on her studying, and she continued to do exactly that whenever she wanted to study seriously,” Mashamba said. “She had no friends at all who would have led her to loitering in the streets while she should have been studying. She had refrained from watching TV all the time. As her parents, her father and I are the pillars of her strength and we were always there for her to ensure that she got the best of support that she needed.” Meanwhile, Unconditional Lugaga (17) of Emmanuel Christian School in Louis Trichardt was awarded a laptop and tablet for being the top achiever in the Zout-East Circuit. She came to the event accompanied by her parents, Ms Joyce and Mr Emmanuel Lugaga, and her educator, Mr Fortune Mahunye. The church’s pastor, Dr Lennox Nemukula, said the church had established the awards in 2015 with the adoption of six circuits, but now they had adopted 32 circuits. “We distributed 70 tablets and 33 laptops to deserving learners and teachers,” Nemukula said. “We aim to motivate pupils and educators to work harder and produce good results, so that we’ll have an educated and prosperous society.”

Firefighters managed to extinguish the fire at the lapa.

Stray animals cause threat on roads By Bernard Chiguvare “Stray animals in and around Musina are a concern. They are likely to cause fatal accidents. We raised this issue last year during a community services portfolio meeting, but this has been deferred as though this matter is of no importance to the community,” says Cllr Elliot Magwira, the Democratic Alliance (DA) caucus leader in the Musina Municipality. Magwira said donkeys and cattle roamed in town and even along the busy N1 road. The animals are seen any time of the day. The matter was included on the council meeting agenda that was held on 27 November 2019, but according to Magwira, the matter was deferred to 23 January 2020. In this year’s first council meeting, the matter was not even on the agenda, he said.

“This is unacceptable. How can they not include this matter, which is a concern to motorists and other road users,” said Magwira. The caucus leader claims a local traditional leader had offered a place in his area of jurisdiction where these animals could be kept, but the council did not buy the idea. The DA is now calling for the suspension of Gilbert Netsh-

isaulu for differing and not including the raised matter on the agenda in this year’s first council meeting. Mr Wilson Dzebu, Musina Municipality’s spokesperson, said he could not comment on the requested suspension of the Speaker. He further denied that animals could be seen in town every day but promised to find out if the claims were true.

Stray animals in Harper Street, Musina.


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NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 63 OF THE SPATIAL PLANNING, LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW OF THE MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, 2016 MAKHADO AMENDMENT SCHEME 322, 323, 325, 326, 337 & 338 No�ce is hereby given in terms of Sec�on 63, read with the provisions of Chapter 6 of the Spa�al Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management ByLaw of the Makhado Local Municipality, 2016 that I, Derick Peacock, the authorized agent of MANUPONT 124 (PTY) LTD, intend applying to the Makhado Local Municipality for the amendment of the Makhado Land Use Scheme, 2009 by the rezoning of parts of Remainder Bekaf 650 MS, Pienaar 624 MS, Koschade 657 MS, Qualipan 655 MS, Mutamba 668 MS and Wilhelm 801 MS, located east and west of the N1 and about 30 km north of Louis Trichardt town. The land is zoned “Agriculture” in terms of the Makhado Land Use Scheme,2009. Applica�on is made to rezone parts of the abovemen�oned proper�es to “Special” for the formalizing of the exis�ng tourism accommoda�on and related uses. Plans and/ or par�culars rela�ng to the applica�on may be inspected during office hours at the office of the Director Development Planning, Office C001, Makhado Civic Centre, for a period of 30 days from 7 February 2020. Physical address: 83 Krogh street, Makhado Postal address: Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920.

Any person having any objec�on to the gran�ng of this applica�on must lodge such objec�on (including the grounds for such objec�on) in wri�ng, with the Municipal Manager, Makhado Local Municipality, at the abovemen�oned address as well as to the undersigned agent not later than 9 March 2020. Any person that is unable to write, will be assisted by the responsible official during normal office hours at the abovemen�oned address. Responsible official: Tahulela Musandiwa, Telephone 015 519 3285 Authorised Agent: Derick Peacock Associates, Town & Regional Planners/ Resort & Leisure Planners Postal Address: PO Box 11352, Silver Lakes, Pretoria 0054. Cell no: 082 414 3655. Email: dpasso@telkomsa.net

KENNISGEWING VAN AANSOEK IN TERME VAN ARTIKEL 63 VAN DIE RUIMTELIKE BEPLANNING, GROND ONTWIKKELING EN GRONDGEBRUIKS BESTUUR BYWET VAN DIE MAKHADO PLAASLIKE MUNISIPALITEIT, 2016 - MAKHADO WYSIGINGSKEMA 322, 323, 325, 326, 337 & 338 Kennis geskied hiermee in terme van Ar�kel 63 saamgelees met die bepalings van Hoofstuk 6 van die Ruimtelike Beplanning, Grond Ontwikkeling en Grond gebruiksbestuur Bywet van die Makhado Plaaslike Munisipaliteit, 2016, dat ek, Derick Peacock die gemag�gde agent van MANUPONT 124 (EDMS) BPK, van voorneme is om aansoek te doen by die Makhado Plaaslike Munisipaliteit vir die wysiging van die Makhado Grondgebruikskema, 2009 deur die hersonering van gedeeltes van die Restant Bekaf 650 MS, Pienaar 624 MS, Koschade 657 MS, Qualipan 655 MS, Mutamba 668 MS en Wilhelm 801 MS, geleë oos en wes van die N1, ongeveer 30 km noord van Louis Trichardt dorp. Die eiendom is “Landbou” gesoneer in terme van die Makhado Grondgebruikskema, 2009. Aansoek word gedoen om gedeeltes van die bogenoemde eiendomme te hersoneer na “Spesiaal” vir die formalisering van die bestaande toerisme akkommodasie en aanverwante gebruike. Planne en/ of besonderhede ten opsigte van die aansoek lê ter insae gedurende kantoorure by die kantoor van die Direkteur Ontwikkelingsbeplanning, kantoor C001, Makhado Burgersentrum, Makhado Plaaslike Munisipaliteit, vir ‘n tydperk van 30 dae vanaf 7 Februarie 2020. Fisiese adres: 83 Krogh straat, Makhado, Posadres: Privaatsak X 2596, Makhado, 0920.

Enige persoon wat n beswaar het teen die toestaan van die aansoek moet sodanige beswaar (insluitend die gronde van so ‘n beswaar) skri�elik indien by of rig aan die Munisipale Bestuurder by die bogenoemde adres, sowel as by die onderstaande agent, voor of op 9 Maart 2020. Enige persoon wat nie kan skryf nie, sal deur die verantwoordelike amptenaar bygestaan word tydens kantoorure by die bogenoemde adres. Verantwoordelike amptenaar: Tahulela Musandiwa, Telephone 015 519 3285 Gemag�gde Agent: Derick Peacock Associates, Stads en Streeks Beplanners/Oord Beplanners, Posadres: Posbus 11352, Silver Lakes, Pretoria 0054. Kontak nommer: 082 414 3655, Epos: dpasso@ telkomsa.net

GOLDEN GREY CONSORTIUM (PTY) LTD NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 93 OF THE MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY SPATIAL PLANNING LAND DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BY-LAW, 2016 I, Jackson Sebola of Golden Grey Consor�um (Pty) Ltd being the authorized agent of the owner of the property men�oned below, hereby give no�ce in terms of: Sec�on 75(1) of the Makhado Municipality Spa�al Planning, Land Development and Land Use Management By-Law, 2016 as well as Clause 22 of the Makhado Land Use Scheme, 2009 in opera�on, that I have applied to Makhado Municipality for special consent use for a ‘Media Produc�on House’ on Erf 1/141 in Louis Trichardt Township situated on 22 Breda street. Par�culars of the applica�on will lie for inspec�on during normal office hours at the office of the Director Development Planning, Civic Centre (New Building), 83 Krogh Street, Makhado, for a period of 28 days from the 7th February 2020. Objec�ons to the applica�on can be lodged in wri�ng to the Municipal Manager, Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 within a period of 28 days from the 7th February 2020. Address of the Agent: 97 Anderson Street, Louis Trichardt, 0920. LEGAL AID SOUTH AFRICA NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Pursuant to the provisions of Sec�on 35(5) of Act, 66 of 1965, no�ce is hereby given that the First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the Late HANGALAKANI PHINEAS CHAVALALA of ID no.5801085617088 who died on the 21/02/2019, of Erf no.206 Malamulele Zone A Loca�on,

Limpopo Province, Estate No. 575/2019 will lie for inspec�on at the Master of the High Court, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province and the Magistrate’s Office, Thohoyandou, Limpopo Province, for a period of twenty one (21) days, calculated from the date of publica�on hereof. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 15TH DAY OF JANUARY 2020. SIGNED: KHOSA.C.S, LEGAL AID SOUTH AFRICA EXECUTOR, SHOP NO.2 METROPOLITAN CENTRE, THOHOYANDOU TEL:(015) 962 6206/8/9 FAX:(015) 962 6383 REF: KHOSA/X776766619

MAKHUVHA E M ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Estate Late MUDAU MUTHUPHEI ELIAS, I.D NO: 5407105299087 of, NZHELELE, MUSEKWA VILLAGE, Limpopo province who died on the 15/10/2019 and was married. Estate number: 2462/2019. Master’s office: Thohoyandou Persons having claims against this estate are called to lodge their claims within 30 days from date of publica�on. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 27TH DAY OF JANUARY 2020. MAKHUVHA E.M ATTORNEYS, SILVER SQUARE COMPLEX, OPPOSITE PHALAPHALA FM, OFFICE NO 12 A, 1ST FLOOR, THOHOYANDOU REFMAK/EST/01/20/MUD

MPC E������������, G��, S����� C��������� � P������ M������� NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT In terms of provisions of EIA regula�ons, 2014 of the Na�onal Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998), as amended, please be advised that applica�ons for environmental authorisa�on for demarca�on of sites within Thulamela Local Municipality will be submi�ed by MPC Technology (Pty) Ltd to the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism. Applicant: Thulamela Local Municipality Area: Ha-Gondo Number of sites: 100 Consultants: MPC Technology (Pty) Ltd Contact Person: Sikhwari T.E. Tel/ Fax: 0159621639 Email: nemdacompany@ gmail.com Address: P. O. Box 478 Sibasa 0970 In order to ensure that you are iden�fied as an interested and/or affected party (IAP) only in terms of the EIA process please submit your name, contact informa�on and

interest to the contact person given above within 30 days of publica�on of this no�ce.

SIGWAVHULIMU ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 Kindly be informed that the First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on in respect of the Estate of the late: NEMBAHE NDWAMATO MORRIS ID No: 531122 5416086 Estate No: 1020/2019, last address STAND NO: 53, TSHIKAMBE VILLAGE, in the DISTRICT of THOHOYANDOU, LIMPOPO PROVINCE, will be open for inspec�on for a period of twenty one (21) days at Thohoyandou Magistrate’s Offices and at Offices of the Master of the Limpopo High Court, Thohoyandou from the date specified or from the date of publica�on hereof, whichever may be later. Dated at Thohoyandou on the 07TH day of FEBRUARY 2020. SIGWAVHULIMU ATTORNEYS, OFFICE NO: 06, 08 & 09 FIRST FLOOR, LIMDEV BUILDING THOHOYANDOU, P.O. BOX 747, SIBASA 0970 TEL: 015 962 1097 FAX NO: 086 4654693, REF: SIGWA/ESTATE/038 T R LIGEGE ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All persons having claims against the under men�oned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publica�on hereof. Estate number: 2742/2019. Master’s Office: Thohoyandou, Surname SIRUNWA, names: TSHAMUTOMA, Date of birth: 1978/09/27 ID NO. 7809275781083, Last address: TSHIPISE. Date of death:2019-12-14, Names and Surname of surviving Spouse: NETSHIPALE NZUDZENI SHIRLY, Date of birth: 1985/02/26 ID NO. 850226 0760 08 4. Name and Address of Executor or Authorised agent: TR Ligege A�orneys. Por�on 2 of 32, First Floor, Nw Civils Centre, Cnr Hardware Market and Thulamela Municipality Offices Thohoyandou, 0950. Ref: TR Ligege A�orneys

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T R LIGEGE ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 (1) OFTHE ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 All persons having claims against the under men�oned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publica�on hereof. Estate number: 258/2020 Master’s Office: Thohoyandou, Surname NDHOVE names: AVHAATHU CONFIDENCE, Date of birth: 1975/10/10 Id No. 7510101880087, Last address: HANKUZANA Date of death: 2020-01-23, Name and Address of Executor or Authorised agent: TR Ligege A�orneys. Por�on 2 of 32,First Floor, Nw Civils Centre, Cnr Hardware Market and Thulamela Municipality Offices Thohoyandou, 0950 Ref: TR Ligege A�orneys. T R LIGEGE ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the late RAMUKOSI TSHIFHIWA JOHN of ID NO. 640108 5160 08 7 of Thohoyandou, LIMPOPO Province, who died on the 08-08-2017, Ref No. 2437/2019, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspec�on for a period of 21 days from date of publica�on at the Mater’s offices. Should no objec�on be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 3rd DAY OF FEBRUARY 2020 TR LIGEGE ATTORNEYS P.O BOX 1381 PHANGAMI 0950.REF:TRL/R1/EST/19 T R LIGEGE ATTORNEYS NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 35(5) OF ACT 66 OF 1965 The First and Final Liquida�on and Distribu�on Account in the Estate of the late NETSHIVHONGWENI MPHO of ID NO. 781112 5545 08 0 of Thohoyandou, LIMPOPO Province, who died on the 05-11-2019, Ref No. 2500/2019, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou will be open for inspec�on for a period of 21 days from date of publica�on at the Mater’s offices. Should no objec�on be lodged with the master’s office during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the said account. SIGNED AT THOHOYANDOU ON THIS THE 4th DAY OF FEBRUARY 2020 TR LIGEGE ATTORNEYS P.O BOX 1381, PHANGAMI, 0950. REF:TRL/N11/EST/19

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12 7 February 2020

VACANCIES TENDERS To advertise your Vacancy or Tender on this page, contact us at 015 516 4996

VACANCY Looking for an energetic person for a sales & marketing position for a beverage manufacturing business in Louis Trichardt. You will be servicing our existing customer base, growing our customer base and developing a sales & marketing strategy for the business in Limpopo Province. Candidate will be based in Louis Trichardt and must have a South African ID, a valid driver’s licence, be reliable, hardworking and in good health. Previous sales experience in FMCG industry important.

Please send CV to: sales@denovaproducts.com

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(PTY) LTD

(PTY) LTD

ENVIRONMENTAL, GEO, SOCIAL CONSULTING & PROJECGT MANAGERS

ENVIRONMENTAL, GEO, SOCIAL CONSULTING & PROJECGT MANAGERS

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT

In terms of provisions of EIA regulations, 2014 of the National Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998), as amended, please be advised that applications for environmental authorisation for the development of Muramba warehouse and events centre within Thulamela Local Municipality will be submitted by MPC Technology (Pty) Ltd to the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism. Applicant: R.F. Nemuramba 0159620143 nemurambarf@gmail.com Area: Tshikhudini village Number of sites: 100 Consultants: MPC Technology (Pty) Ltd Contact Person: L.L. Ramugondo Tel/ Fax: 0159621639 Email: nemdacompany@gmail.com Address: P. O. Box 478 Sibasa 0970 In order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and/or affected party (IAP) only in terms of the EIA process please submit your name, contact information and interest to the contact person given above within 30 days of publication of this notice.

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT In terms of provisions of EIA regulations, 2014 of the National Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998), as amended, please be advised that applications for environmental authorisation for the development of Mvudi park resort with associated infrastructure within Collins Chabane Local Municipality will be submitted by MPC Technology (Pty) Ltd to the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism. Applicant: N.W. Mutavhatsindi mudzutrading@gmail.com Area: Muchipisi village Consultants: MPC Technology (Pty) Ltd Contact Person: R. Phaswana Tel/ Fax: 015 962 1639 Email: nemdacompany@gmail.com Address: P. O. Box 478 Sibasa 0970 In order to ensure that you are identified as an interested and/or affected party (IAP) only in terms of the EIA process please submit your name, contact information and interest to the contact person given above within 30 days of publication of this notice.

THE MOLOZI TRUST

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INVITATION TO TENDER

Tenderers for the summer programme, which runs from April 2020 until September 2020, are hereby invited to purchase Tender documents for R30 each, at the offices of Sheldon and Prinsloo at 25 Erasmus Street, Louis Trichardt. The documents will be available from Thursday 6 February 2020, until 16:00 on the 17 February 2020. Normal working hours is 08h00 to 13h00 and from 14h00 to 16h00. For any enquiries please call the Forestry manager, Gerco Serfontein, at 082 901 2899, or the Horticulture manager, Johan Bronkhorst, at 084 402 5889. Horticulture site meeting: 09:00 on Tuesday 18 February 2020. Forestry site meeting: 09:00 on Wednesday 19 February 2020. “Please note that the tender document is compulsory for attendance at the site meeting.” Closing date to hand in tender documents at the office of Sheldon & Prinsloo is on Tuesday, 3 March 2020 at 16h00. No late tender documents will be accepted. Take note: Only one set of tender documents will be sold per person or per business under each Tender Description. HORTICULTURE TENDER DISCRIPTIONS

FORESTRY TENDER DESCRIPTIONS TENDER NO

TENDER NAME

UNIT

GENERAL FARM WORK AND ORCHARD MAINTENANCE

UNIT

MF 2020/01

Slash and Maintenance of Same Age Young Pine Trees

Per Ha

TW2020/01

Fertilizer Distribution (Split tender)

Per ha

MF 2020/02

Slash and Maintenance of Same Age Young Pine Trees (follow up)

Per Ha

TW2020/02

Irrigation & fertigating Macadamia Orchards (Split tender)

Per month

MF 2020/03

Slash and Maintenance of Mixed Age Young Pine Trees

Per Ha

TW2020/03

Irrigation system maintenance and manual control (Split tender)

Per month

MF 2020/04

Slash and Maintenance of Mixed Age Young Pine Trees (follow up)

Per Ha

TW2020/04

Skirting of macadamias

Per Ha

MF 2020/05

Slashing of Mature Compartments

Per Ha

TW2020/05

Pruning of Macadamias

Per ha

MF 2020/06

Slash & Herbicide Plantation Road Edges

Per Km

TW2020/06

Phytophthora Control (Split tender)

Per Ha

MF 2020/07

Riparian Area Slashing and Alien Weed Control

Per Ha

TW2020/07

Integrated Pest Monitoring (Split tender)

Per Month

MF 2020/08

Open Area/ Temporary Unplanted Area (TUP) Slashing

Per Ha

TW2020/08

Harvesting macadamias (Split Tender)

Per full lug Box

MF 2020/09

Gum Coppice Reduction Thinning

Per Ha

TW2020/09

Alien weed eradication

Per ha

MF 2020/10

Indigenous Forest Area Alien Weed Eradication

Per Ha

TW2020/10

Mulching

Per Ha

MF 2020/11

Clearing of High Density Weed Invested Areas

Per Ha

MAINTENANCE OF YOUNG TREES

UNIT

MF 2020/12

Extermination of Gum Stumps

Per Ha

TW2020/11

Pruning, Desuckering & Staking of young trees (split tender)

Per Ha

MF 2020/13

Herbicide Treatment on Noxious Weeds

Per Ha

TW2020/12

Foliar fertilizer and/or Kaolin application (Split tender)

Per Ha

MF 2020/14A

Pruning Operation 1.5m to 3.0m

Per Ha

TW2020/13

Frost protection: Young tree stem protection (Split tender)

Per Ha

MF 2020/14B

Pruning Operation 5.0m to 7.0m

Per Ha

MECHANICAL OPERATIONS

UNIT

MF 2020/14C

Pruning Operation 9m

Per Ha

TW2020/14

Mechanical Treeline Slashing (Split tender)

Wet rate Per ha

MF 2020/14D

Pruning Operation 9m from 5metres Pruned

Per Ha

MF 2020/15

Freya Pipeline Slash & Herbicide, Hoe & Clean

Per Km

TW2020/15

Mechanical Tree Line Herbicide Spraying (Split tender)

Wet rate Per ha

MF 2020/16

Cleaning of Water Tanks

Per Tank

TW2020/16

Tree Lane and Roads Mowing (Split tender)

Wet rate Per ha

MF 2020/17

Blanking Cruises

Per Ha

TW2020/17

Chemical Spraying (Split tender)

Wet rate Per ha

MF 2020/18

Tally Clerk

Per Month

TW2020/18

Mechanical spreading of lime & gypsum (Split tender)

Wet rate Per ha

MF 2020/19

Tractor Driver

Per Month

TW2020/19

Contract of tractor and implements with driver/ operator-assistant (Split tender)

Wet rate Per Hour

MF 2020/20

Tractor Driver Assistant

Per Month

OTHER GENERAL FARMING OPERATIONS

UNIT

MF 2020/21

Fire Tower Lookout Operators

Per Operator per Month

TW2020/20

Dehusking Macadamias

Per Ton

MF 2020/22A

Fire Break Preparation - Slashing

Per Ha for Slashing

TW2020/21

Weekend stand by Tractor Driver

Per standby weekend

MF 2020/22B

Fire Break Preparation – Cover Spraying

Per Ha for Cover spray/ Poisoning

TW2020/22

Rubbish Removal

Per Week

MF 2020/22C

Fire Break Preparation – Hoeing Tracers

Per Km for Hoeing Tracer Belts

TW2020/23

Sunset Caretaker & Cleaner

Per Month

MF 2020/22D

Fire Break Preparation – Cold Burning

Per ha for Burning

TW2020/24

Fulltime security guards

Per Guard p/m

MF 2020/23A

Prescribed Burning - Slashing

Per Ha for Slashing

TW2020/25

Clean-up and Maintenance

Per month

MF 2020/23B

Prescribed Burning – Cover Spraying

Per Ha for Cover spray/ Poisoning

TW2020/26

Herbicide Application on Fences

Per km

TW2020/27

Tally Clerks

Per month

MF 2020/23C

Prescribed Burning – Hoeing Tracers

Per Km for Hoeing Tracer Belts

FIRE PREPARATION

UNIT

MF 2020/23D

Prescribed Burning – Cold Burning

Per ha for Burning

TW2020/28

Slashing of firebreaks

Per meter

MF 2020/24A

Daytime Security Guards - Guard

Per Guard per Month

TW2020/29

Hoeing of tracers

Per 100m

MF 2020/24B

Daytime Security Guards - Tracker

Tracking Unit per Month

TW2020/30

Burning firebreaks

Operation


LIMPOPO MIRROR

7 February 2020 13

Tron overpower Ablex 4-0

INVITATION TO BID Invitation to all interested suppliers rendering the following: Towing of Light, Medium, Heavy and Extra Heavy Vehicles, Laundry Services and Tyre Puncture Repairs for the period 1 April 2020 to 30 september 2020 for saps thohoyandou accounting office only. Bid number

: 01/2020/2020

Name of Institution

: South African Police Services

BID Opening

: 2020-02-11 (briefing session) returning of quotation: 2020-02-17

Bid documents will only be available only during the Briefing Session which will be held on 11 February 2020 at 9:00 at the following address: Thohoyandou Supply Chain Management Hall Contact details: 015 960 1195/ 1197/1203/1205 082 565 8086 Victor Savhasa of Ablex attacks, with Mukandangalo Ramunana running behind him.

THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY

NOTICE OF BASIC ASSESSMENT FOR THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF A RESORT AT MAKONDE VILLAGE, NEXT TO MAKONDE STADIUM WITHIN STAND NUMBER 39 AT MAKONDE, TSHITHUTHUNI VILLAGE WITHIN THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY OF VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY, LIMPOPO PROVINCE.

PUBLIC NOTICE

TMT REFERENCE NO: TMT/ADV/2020/0001 Notice is given for a Basic Assessment (BA) process being undertaken on behalf of Adv. A.E Nemukula (the proponent) for the proposed development of a resort at Makonde Village, next to Makonde Stadium within stand number 39 at Makonde, Tshithuthuni Village within Thulamela Local Municipality of Vhembe District Municipality, Limpopo Province. PROPOSED ACTIVITY In terms of NEMA EIA Regulations, 2014 as published in Government Notice No. 326 in Gazette No. 40772 of 7 April 2017 as amended, the proposed establishment of a poultry farm and abattoir project triggers the following activities: Activity 27 (GN No R327) and 28 (GN No R327), in terms of section 19 of NEMA. PROPONENT AND PROJECT LOCATION TMT Development Experts (Pty) Ltd is the Environmental Assessment Practitioner (EAP) appointed by Adv. A.E Nemukula to obtain an Environmental Authorisation for the proposed development. The site is located at stand number 39 at Makonde, Tshithuthuni Village at GPS Coordinates: Latitude (S): 22°48’28.87” Longitude (E): 30°32’49.84”. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) are invited to register and submit written representations or objections to TMT Development Experts (Pty) Ltd. Representations should include your name, contact details (preferred method of notification, e.g. E-mail address or fax number) and indication of any direct business, financial, personal or other interest in the proposed development. These may be submitted within 30 working days from the date of this publication to: Mushiana F.V, 7 Munnik Avenue, Sterpark, Polokwane, 0699, Tel: 072 469 6346, Fax: 086 652 9774, E-mail: Victor.Mushiana@univen.co.za Ad designed by Zoutnet Publishers

ASSISTANT STORE MANAGER

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

Draft annual report 2018/2019 financial year Thulamela Municipality, in accordance with section 127(5)(a) of the MFMA No. 56 of 2003 and section 21(a) of the MSA No. 23 of 2000, hereby makes public the 2018/19 draft annual report and further invites inputs on the report from members of the community. • • • • • • • • • •

The report will be available at the following offices: Thohoyandou municipal Main office Makwarela Hall Shayandima Town Manager’s office Makhuvha stadium Tshitereke satellite camp Tshifudi stadium Tshilamba Regional Office/ Old Mutale Municipality Makuya MPCC And at Municipal website: www.thulamela.gov.za

Public comments may be directed to the following officials: Mr. Madadzhe A.R at 015 962 7688 or Ms. Nemaheni L at 015 962 7608 or email to NemaheniLV@thulamela.gov.za by no later than 06 March 2020 at 16h30. MALULEKE HE MUNICIPAL MANAGER Thulamela Municipality Civic Centre Old Agriven Building Thohoyandou 0950

VACANCY Elim Superspar, a modern, dynamic results driven company, has a challenging opportunity for an

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VACANCY Elim Superspar, a modern, dynamic results driven company, has a challenging opportunity for an

ASSISTANT RECEIVING MANAGER

The normal job requirements for the job applies, namely: • A C-average Grade -12 certificate and outstanding computer literacy skills; • 3-5 years previous experience in a retail business; • Be a team player; • Accurately and consistently perform admin tasks; • Ability to Supervise staff • Own Transport to and from work, • Honesty and dedication; and task driven • Willingness to work shifts which includes Saturdays and Sundays applies.

The normal job requirements for the job applies, namely: • A C-average Grade -12 certificate and outstanding computer literacy skills; • 3-5 years previous experience in a retail business; • Be a team player; • Accurately and consistently perform admin tasks; • Ability to Supervise staff • Own Transport to and from work, • Honesty and dedication; and task driven • Willingness to work shifts.

The incumbents’ success in the position and future in the Group will be determined by his/her demonstrated ability during a three months’ probation period to: • ACCURATELY carry out assigned tasks and ACHIEVE dedicated goals and objectives; • A natural ability to flourish in a business of this nature; • LIVE the Elim Spar Group’s value system; and • Proven potential to develop and grow in the business. • The inherent ability to identify and resolve problems, using own initiative

The incumbents’ success in the position and future in the Group will be determined by his/her demonstrated ability during a three months’ probation period to:

Normal benefits apply such as market related total cost to company package which includes provident fund membership.

Normal benefits apply such as market related total cost to company package which includes provident fund membership.

If you do not hear from us by 01-03-2020 consider your application as not successful.

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IF you are ready to be considered for this challenging position, kindly forward a CV which includes a 250 word motivation why you should be considered for the position to: The Store Manager, Elim Superspar, at lj@elimgroup.co.za to reach us not later than 14-02-2020.

• • • •

ACCURATELY carry out assigned tasks and ACHIEVE dedicated goals and objectives; LIVE the Elim Spar Group’s value system; Proven potential to develop and grow in the business. The inherent ability to identify and resolve problems, using own initiative

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galwo “Deco” Ramunana, who scored after a scramble for the Spectators saw a feast of ball within the box. Ablex creatgoals when Tshakhuma RO ed numerous scoring opportuNandilani (TRON) gave Polok- nities, but their strikers let them wane United (Ablex) a 4-0 down by shooting aimlessly drubbing in their Safa Limpo- from close range. The half-time po ABC Motsepe league match score was still 1-0 in favour of at the packed Louis Trichardt TRON. Show Grounds on Saturday. In the second half, TRON The local derby was watched were dictating terms in all by an estimated 2 000 spectadepartments. They increased tors from around the Vhembe the margin in the 58th minute. area. Ndamulelo Sikhwivhilu found Ablex managed to match the net after a neat pass from TRON pound for pound in the Ndivhuwo Makhado. Lufuno early minutes, but their fighting “CJ” Mugodi received a loose spirit vanished with time. ball from the left corner and TRON could have scored more beat the Ablex keeper, Elikana than a dozen goals, had they Nemakanga, with a ground managed to convert all their cutter. chances. Mugodi completed his brace The game was characterized and scored his team’s fourth by rough tackles in the first half. goal by sending the keeper the TRON scored their first goal wrong way with a close-range after Walter Nevari dished a half volley after beating the offwell-cooked pass to Mukandan- side trap. By Kaizer Nengovhela


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Mountain Race promises to be a very special event By Anton van Zyl On Saturday, the 30th annual Soutpansberg Mountain Race will take place. This race has in the past lured some of the country’s top athletes and could be described as one of the first “trial running” events in the country. Unlike the “normal” marathon and half-marathon events, the race does not follow the tarred roads. Instead athletes, have to navigate their way up the steep dirt roads of the Soutpansberg mountain. The main race, stretching over 32 gruelling kilometres, takes runners on an ascent of 500 metres to a turning point just below the picturesque Hanglip cliff. In February, rain is not uncommon in the Soutpansberg, which means that the route can easily turn into a slippery and treacherous experience. Trial races are growing in popularity, not only in South Africa but also the rest of the world. Such routes give runners the opportunity to not only test their strength and endurance, but also to appreciate the beauty and diversity of the environment. The first Soutpansberg Mountain Race was sponsored and organised by the then Louis Trichardt municipality in 1991 and started and ended at the local rugby grounds. The following year, the Soutpansberg Athletics Club took over the race and has been presenting it ever since. Saturday’s Mountain Race has a double significance. It coincides with the first “birthday”

of the Louis Trichardt Parkrun event. The Parkrun participants will start alongside the Mountain Race entrants, albeit that the routes are different. Whereas the Parkrun participants only complete five kilometres, the Mountain Race athletes can choose between a 10-, 21- and 32-kilometre route. The races all start at 07:00 the Info Kiosk, next to the N1. The entrance is in Songozwi Street. Athletes can enter at the venue, prior to the start of the race. Three water points will be available along the route and the organisers said that people who wanted to walk along the route were most welcome. All athletes who finish the races will receive medals. The winners in the different races and categories will receive prize money. The entry fee for the 10km race is R50, for the half-marathon (21,1km) it is R80 and for the 32km race it is R120. An Athletics SA license is required for all participants in the 10km or longer races, but temporary licences are available at R30 per athlete. RECORD HOLDERS Men 21km - Lutendo Mapoto 1:16:51 (2014) 32km - Timothy Munzhelele 1:48:04 (2016) Ladies 21km - Jane Mudau 1:33 (2014) 32km - Jane Mudau 2:30:49 (2016)

Throughout the years, the Soutpansberg Mountain Race has lured some of the country's top athletes. In 2013, the half-marathon was won by Ludwick Mamabolo in a time of 1:19:20. Ludwick won the Comrades Marathon the year before. Behind Ludwick are the second- and third-place winners, Rufus Photo (1:19.23) and Takalani Nkuhumeleni (1:20.17).

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maining fixtures. The other Vhembe-based After beating Ditlou FC 2-0 side, Venda Football Academy in their ABC Motsepe League (VFA), will host Ndengeza match at the Rabali Stadium FC at the Tshifudi Stadium. last Friday afternoon, Mikha- VFA are still to win a league do FC are determined to match under the guidance of collect more points when they the team’s newly appointed pay a visit to Eleven Fast Tihead coach, Mr Joel Mongalo, gers at the Makgoka Stadium early last month. Mongalo outside Polokwane tomorrow replaced Mr Justice Mutileni, afternoon. whose contract with VFA ended Mikhado are closely contest- abruptly, following the team’s ing for the league title. They poor performance in a string of are lying in the second position league matches. on the log with 36 points, one Tshakhuma RO Nandilani behind the pace setters, Magesi (TRON) will host Ollesdal FC FC. Mikhado’s performance im- at the Tshisaulu Mbengeni proved dramatically, following Kone grounds. TRON are in the reappointment of Mr Abel top form of late. They unexMakhubele as the team’s new pectedly walloped Polokwane head coach two months ago. United 4-0 last weekend. Asked about the team’s level Ngwaabe City Motors will enof readiness for the match, tertain Mighty FC at the Jane Makhubele said that although Furse Artificial Turf Stadium. they took one game at a time, The log leaders, Magesi FC, their aim was to collect the will travel to the Xikukwani maximum points in their reStadium outside Giyani. That By Frank Mavhungu

is where their match against Giyani Happy Boys will take place. Berachah Valley will lock horns with Polokwane United at the Mafefe Sports Complex in Sekhukhune. The Dolphins will host Polokwane City Academy at the Ben Serake Stadium outside Polokwane. Ditlou FC will host Makotopong Brazilians at the Groblersdal grounds.

Mikhado’s head coach, Mr Abel Makhubele.

Young Star’s future looks bright

emy's head coach of developHollywoodbets, Premjee & Son ment, Mr Ashley Makhanya, Cash and Carry, KFC, Mikasa, The promising 10-year-old said that Rirothe had made a Collins Sebola Group, Talisman local soccer star, Rirothe Juvery good first impression on Hire, and Phadziri Bus Services nior Manentjie, had received the field, especially for a boy of and Coaches. a “thumps up” from develop- his age. “We would ment coaches at the Bidvest like to keep monitorWits Football Academy in ing his progress in Gauteng. future and we think Rirothe was selected during the Easter, June and Hollywoodbets' Masters Cup September school that was held at Mabaleng holidays would be an Sports Grounds under the ideal opportunity for auspices of Mamu Community Rirothe to come and Development and had particitrain with us again,” pated in the trials from the 13th said Makhanya. to the 17th of this month. Rirothe's faMamu's general secretary, ther, Mr Mashudu Mr Jafter Mamugudubi, said “Mayoyo” Manentjie, that they had waited for a had expressed his week for the academy to send expressed his joy and Rirothe's feedback report and, excitement. “I knew when it had reached them, they my boy would make had been satisfied with the reit, and I am really sults. “This boy's beautiful story satisfied with the adds to the success and value feedback report from of Mamu in our district and the football acadeA promising soccer star in the makprovince," said Mamugudubi. my,” he said. ing, Rirothe Junior Manentjie (10), "We are writing a beautiful Rirothe's trip and is photographed with his coach at the story on the page of community stay in Gauteng Bidvest Wits Football Academy, Mr upliftment and development were made posAshley Makhanya (left), and Mr Jafter for our young boys." sible by generous Mamugudubi. Bidvest Wits Football Acadsponsorships from By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

New team for Tshikwarani area By Kaizer Nengovhela

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Soccer lovers of Kutama can now watch Safa Vhembe MMK Administrators League matches on their doorstep. This follows the decision by the chairperson of Tshikwarani Tornado FC, Mr Kaizer Rakhulane, to buy the Castle League status of Ablex United. Ablex, who bought the status of the ABC Motsepe league team, Polokwane United, started playing at the Louis Trichardt show grounds last week. The team, which has been based in Manavhela in the Kutama area, are playing in Stream E. They are still to lose a match and are placed at position number three on the current log. According to Rakhulane, the reason behind buying the team is to develop young players. He said that a lot of talent could be found in the Kutama area. Rakhulane said he wanted to produce more players who could play for any elite league team. He stated that he had confidence in the people of the Vhuilafuri area, that they would take his team to the highest level of football in the country within a reasonable period. He said that their plan was that, in 2024, they must play in the NFD or PSL. The coach of the team, Tshililo Musekwa, said that he had been given the mandate to ensure that the team completed the league programme on top on the log and play in the promotional play-off of the Safa ABC Motsepe League. He indicated that the target was achievable, taking into account the fact that they were only one point behind the current log leaders. Mr Tshililo Musekwa has been appointed head coach of the team. Mr Mpho Matshavha is the secretary of the team. Mr Phalanndwa Sigagammba is the chief executive officer. The team will play their matches at the Tshikwarani grounds.

Victory for Eagles In their MMK Administrators Soccer League match at the Tshitungulwane grounds on Saturday, Muziafera Blue Eagles brutally crushed Flying Eagles 3-0 to stay on course for the league championship. Flying Eagles demonstrated a spirit of commitment in the first 15 minutes of the game, but their stamina vanished with time. They created several promising moves from behind, with their strikers fumbling at the goal finish. Their centre half, Fhulufhelo Mulovhedzi, was the first player to cause an upset. He beat two defenders in a row and unleashed a half volley from the edge of the box but suffered the pain of watching the ball miss the target by inches. That seemed to scare the Blue Eagles’ forwards. It took the home side 24 minutes to open their account. Their overlapping midfielder, Lufuno Munyai, forced his way through the defence of Flying Eagles and blasted in a rocket from inside the box. In the 37th minute, Blue Eagles increased the lead. Their captain, Hulani Mphephu, received a neat pass from Zwidonaka Rudzani and beat the keeper with a ground cutter to bring the halftime score to 2-0. Flying Eagles approached the last stanza with more self-confidence. They effected three changes to their starting 11. The move was not good enough to stop Blue Eagles from scoring their third goal. A substitute, Lucky Tharana, scored with a volley from the free kick. Blue Eagles are in the second position on the Stream D league log, following the victory.

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Awards for Air Force’s sports stars

Big relief for Lidoda Duvha

By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Brig-Gen AR Barends, Maj-Gen MI Buthelezi and Maj S Tlhakuli, photographed during the presentation of a certificate after AFB Makhado was announced the fittest base. Photo supplied.

Maj-Gen M Buthelezi (left) hands a certificate and trophy to Amn T Selogiloe, the fittest SAAF female. Photo supplied.

Sportsmen and -women of the Air Force Base Makhado (AFB Makhado) were among the athletes recognised during the South African Air Force’s prestigious sport awards ceremony at AFB Swartkop in Valhalla on 28 January. AFB Makhado had done exceptionally well in the different sporting codes and this became apparent when they were awarded trophies and certificates of recognition. The base, as part of the SAAF Bases, had participated during championships that were hosted by the SAAF throughout the year. AFB Makhado is the home base of the fittest soldier and performed well in golf, squash, rugby, martial arts, athletics, angling and bowls champions. Several members were also selected to be part of the Air Force team that participated in the Chief South African National Defence Force Prestige Sports week, where AFB Makhado finished second. Maj JQ van der Walt was announced sportsman of the year and the best golfer, Lt-Col DM Wilson won the award for the most improved badminton player, Sgt Mathibela is the best SAAF walker, and Amn TB Selogiloe was announced fittest SAAF female. Lt Col LI Montsho was given an award for 25 years long service, dedication and contribution to football. AFB Makhado sports is managed by Maj S Tlhakuli, a South African triathlete and a hardworking sportsman who strives to take the standard of AFB Makhado’s sports to the highest level.

for the spirit of commitment they demonstrated throughout Mr Allan Clark, the caretak- the game. He said that what er coach of Black Leopards, impressed him the most was has reason to celebrate. This the fact that the players had after he steered his team to not stopped attacking and a 2-1 victory over Stellenplayed defensive football after bosch FC in his debut match scoring their winning goal after taking over from the later in the game. He stated suspended head coach, Mr again that he was dedicating Kevin Johnson. the victory to his mentor, Mr The game was played at the Kevin Johnson. Thohoyandou Stadium on According to him, he had Sunday. worked as Johnson’s assistant Clark said he had mixed for many years. Clark’s counfeelings about the game. He terpart in the Stellenbosch said the fact that they had camp, Mr Steve Barker, said managed to collect three his players had carried out points at home was good reahis instructions well and that son for him to rejoice. In the they had lost to a better team. same breath, Clark indicated According to him, the fact that that Lidoda Duvha could have the Leopards’ defender, Edwin scored half a dozen goals. Gyimah, had been nominatHe further said that their ed Man of the Match was an diminutive striker, Lesedi indication that his team had Kapinga, could have scored a created numerous scoring hat trick, had it not been for chances, with Gyimah and his the fact that he seemed to have co-defenders taking the ball left his scoring boots at home. out of danger time after time. Clark praised his players Leopards took the lead in By Frank Mavhungu

the 34th minute. They were awarded a penalty after a defender of Stellenbosch handled within the box. Mwape Musonda converted from the white spot to bring the halftime score to 1-0. The visitors from the Western Cape levelled the matter through Ryan Moon in the 79th minute, but Thabo Matlaba cut their celebrations short when he scored the winner five minutes before the final whistle. Leopards are still in the third position from the bottom of the log. They are tied on 20 points with Baroka FC and Amazulu FC, while Polokwane City are languishing at the bottom of the log with 17 points. Leopards played a league match with Bidvest Wits at the Bidvest Stadium in Johannesburg yesterday (Thursday) evening. The result for the match was not available at the time of our going to press.

Mpho Matsi of Stellenbosch FC is sandwiched by the Leopards players Isaac Masia (right) and Mumuni Abubakar in their tussle to win the loose ball.

Zamenkomste FC beat Greenway By Kaizer Nengovhela

Maj S Tlhakuli, Amn T Selogiloe, Maj JQ van der Walt, Brig Gen A Barends, Lt-Col D Wilson and Lt-Col L Montsho received awards during the South African Air Force's prestige sports awards. Photo supplied.

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DEADLINE: TUESDAY 12:00 NO HANDWRITTEN LOGS WILL BE ACCEPTED Team Kaizer Chiefs Orlando Pirates Mamelodi Sundowns SuperSport United Bidvest Wits Maritzburg United Golden Arrows Highlands Park Bloemfontein Celtic Cape Town City FC Stellenbosch Chippa United Baroka FC Black Leopards AmaZulu FC Polokwane City

Absa Premiership Log Played Won Draw 19 14 3 20 10 6 18 10 5 21 9 7 15 9 3 20 6 9 20 7 6 20 7 5 19 6 7 21 5 9 21 6 6 21 5 7 21 5 5 20 5 5 21 5 5 21 5 2

Lost 2 4 3 5 3 5 7 8 6 7 9 9 11 10 11 14

GD 24 9 10 10 9 0 -6 -5 4 -3 -6 -6 -6 -10 -12 -12

Points 45 36 35 34 30 27 27 26 25 24 24 22 20 20 20 17

Diski Challenge Team Played Won Draw Mamelodi Sundowns Reserves 22 17 2 Bidvest Wits Reserves 22 17 1 Orlando Pirates Reserves 22 14 3 Highlands Park Reserve 22 12 4 AmaZulu Reserves 22 11 3 Cape Town City FC Reserv 22 12 0 Baroka FC Reserves 22 10 5 SuperSport United Reserve 22 9 5 Stellenbosch FC Reserves 22 8 7 Kaizer Chiefs Reserves 22 8 6 Bloemfontein Celtic Reserves 22 7 5 Chippa United Reserves 22 6 5 Golden Arrows Reserves 22 5 5 Polokwane City Reserves 22 3 8 Maritzburg United Reserves 22 2 4 Black Leopards Reserves 22 0 7

Team Ajax Cape Town Uthongathi FC Swallows FC Steenberg United JDR Stars Pretoria University FC Tshakhuma Tsha Madzi Real Kings Free State Stars Richards Bay Cape Umoya United TS Galaxy TS Sporting Jomo Cosmos Mbombela United Royal Eagles

Lost 3 4 5 6 8 10 7 8 7 8 10 11 12 11 16 15

Glad Africa Championship Played Won Draw Lost 20 12 3 5 20 10 6 4 20 10 4 6 20 9 6 5 20 8 6 6 20 8 6 6 20 8 5 7 20 7 8 5 20 6 9 5 20 7 5 8 20 7 3 10 20 4 10 6 20 5 7 8 20 4 7 9 20 4 6 10 20 3 5 12

GD 31 33 19 9 11 -1 -2 3 -3 12 -9 -11 -18 -9 -32 -33

GD 9 8 4 3 7 1 5 4 4 -5 -1 -2 -6 -12 -3 -16

Points 53 52 45 40 36 36 35 32 31 30 26 23 20 17 10 7

Points 39 36 34 33 30 30 29 29 27 26 24 22 22 19 18 14

Zamenkomste FC deposited three points into their league account when they beat Greenway Academy 1-0 in a Safa Vhembe MMK Administrators league match at the Eltivillas grounds on Saturday. Zamenkomste meant business from the start. Emmanuel Mavhungu of Academy was yellow carded when the match was only five minutes old. He pushed Michael Mulaudzi

and was reprimanded by the referee. The coach of Academy, Mr Justice Matloga, said that the team must work hard on rectifying their mistakes as they prepared for their next match. “We lost last week and now we are really trying to work hard, so that we are ready for our next matches,” added Matloga. The head coach of Zamenkomste FC, Mr Steven Mathivha, said that his players wanted to win the league. “We have a good team. My substi-

SAFA VHEMBE /MMK Administrators B Team Played Won Draw Lost Madritas FC 12 11 1 0 Musasenda Big Five 13 8 2 3 Madandila Happy Boys 13 8 2 3 Malavuwe Great Movers 12 6 3 3 13 6 2 5 Mantangari High Aims Tshaulu Gheto Boys 13 5 5 3 Mulindathavha Ocean Swallows 12 5 2 5 Mukulu Young Santos 11 5 2 4 Muhuyu Copper Stars 12 4 5 3 Begwa United FC 13 4 4 5 13 4 4 5 Khubvi Dangerous Dakkies Thenzheni Liverpool 11 4 3 4 Tshipako Hot Spurs 13 2 9 2 Phandulaluvalo FC 13 3 6 4 Tshaulu Powerline 13 3 5 5 Tshifudi XI Experience 13 3 5 5 Matangari Rising Stars 13 2 6 5 Mahagala Young Stars 12 2 4 6 Makwarani F Boys 13 3 0 10 Tshidzini Happy Fighters FC 12 2 0 10

For 42 26 22 19 31 24 17 15 18 15 18 17 15 18 17 12 8 20 12 10

Against Points 5 34 20 26 16 26 10 21 18 20 18 20 13 17 11 17 20 17 14 16 22 16 14 15 15 15 20 15 19 14 17 14 13 12 19 10 40 9 52 6

Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream A

Team Mariadze Real Stars Matsila Arsenal FC GH Machapule FC Bungeni Young Diplomats Valdezia FC Basani Arrow Chiefs Bodwe FC Given Bugeni FC Jomo Young Stars Masakona Young Tigers Mbokota FC Xidyamali FC Boys To Men

Played Won 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

Draw 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lost 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

For 5 5 4 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

Against Points 3 4 4 4 3 4 3 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0

tutions late in the game had turned the match on its head. I am proud of the boys. They really worked hard as a team throughout the match,” said Mathivha. He said his players were focusing on the next two matches they were going to play on Saturday and Sunday against Mailaskop Pull Together and Muraleni United Brothers. The only goal scorer of the day of was Euclid Kobone of Zamenkomste FC with a marvellous shot from close range.

Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream B

Team Nthabalala United Stars Vleifontein United Mailaskop Academy Mpheni Barcelona Mailaskop Academy FC Elim All Stars Magangeni Young Stars Koki FC Elim Double Class Elim Blackpool Juniors My Time FC Mamphagi Real Vultures

Played 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Won 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

Draw 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

Lost 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

For 3 6 2 3 3 4 2 4 3 0 0 0

Against Points 1 6 2 4 0 4 2 4 2 3 4 3 2 3 7 3 4 1 1 1 2 1 3 0

Makhado Local Football Association MALFA Stream C

Team Mashamba United Brothers Mukondeni Young Chiefs Bush River FC Tshitale FC Mukondeni United FC Mulima FC Tshivhuyuni Dream Boys Twika Rolling Stones Sereni Home Boys Slanger AC Milan Mashamba Soccer Academy Masethe United Brothers

Played 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

Won 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Draw 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lost 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

For 6 3 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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

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Leopards to maul the students? By Frank Mavhungu The Thohoyandou Stadium will be the centre of attention on Sunday. Black Leopards will host the North West University (NWU) in a Nedbank Cup KO fixture. Should they fail to proceed to the last-16 stage of the competition, Leopards will have only themselves to blame as the NWU are campaigning in the amateur division. Asked about their level of readiness for the match, the public relations officer for the NWU team, Mr Vuyo Sambo, said that his squad had a clean bill of health and that the boys were ready for the match. He said that they had been following Black Leopards on television, saying

the team’s technical team knew Lidoda Duvha inside and out. Sambo warned Black Leopards not to underestimate them, saying they were going to show the Thohoyandou side that they had not reached the last-32 stage of the competition by default. In his response, the caretaker-coach of Black Leopards, Mr Allan Clark, said that they were not leaving anything to chance in their preparations for the match. Lidoda Duvha secured the services of the Togo international, Joseph Douhadji, early this week. According to the Leopards’ general manager, Mr Elijah Mulaudzi, Douhadji is a complete player who will stabilize the team’s defence. Mulaudzi stated that they decided to recruit Douhadji after

Black Leopards’ new signee, Joseph Douhadji.

Leopards’ right back, Khuliso Mudau.

realizing that most of the goals they conceded were as a result of defensive errors. Should he be given the chance on Sunday, Douhadji is expected to form a deadly combination with the likes of Khuliso Mudau, Edwin Gyimah and Abel Zulu at the defence. The Multichoice Diski Challenge Black Leopards will play against Maritzburg United in their league match at the same venue, starting at 09:00. The young Leopards are still to win a league match so far.

The other Nedbank Cup last-32 weekend fixtures are: Kaizer Chiefs vs Royal Eagles, Zizwe United vs Happy Boys, Stellenbosch FC vs Maritzburg United, Orlando Pirates vs Bidvest Wits, Bloemfontein Celtic vs Amazulu, Jomo Cosmos vs Hungry Lions, Ajax Cape Town vs TS Sporting, Passion FC vs Real Kings, Highlands Park vs Uthongathi FC, Mamelodi Sundowns vs SuperSport United, Mbombela United vs Cape Town City and Vaal University of Technology vs Lamontville Golden Arrows.

Warning lights for Vhadau Vha Damani By Frank Mavhungu Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) lost their second league match in a row when the University of Pretoria beat them in Pretoria on Sunday. A week earlier, they lost 0-1 to Richards Bay FC at the Umhlatuze Sports Complex. The Tshakhuma side did not respond when Amatuks scored two beautiful goals. Their 0-2 defeat against Amatuks did not sit well with both the management and the team’s technical staff. According to the team’s assistant coach, Mr Lucky Nelukau, they could have scored at least three goals in their game against Richards Bay, saying his strikers were not lucky on the day. He stated that their game against Amatuks had been one of their easiest encoun-

ters, yet they had failed to score a single goal. Nelukau mentioned that the home side had created only two chances and had converted them, while TTM had enjoyed ball possession throughout the game. He pointed out, however, that they regarded the two defeats as water under the bridge. He reiterated the fact that the two defeats would serve as a wake-up call to them. He appealed to the team’s supporters to come in their numbers when they host Steenberg United at the Thohoyandou Stadium next Saturday, 15 February. He said that they would be working on the strikers’ target shooting in the two weeks that they would be out of action. TTM dropped from the fifth to the seventh position on the log standings, following the two defeats. With 10 matches

remaining before the end of the current soccer season, TTM have deposited 29 points into their league account, 10 behind the pace setters, Ajax Cape Town. Royal Eagles are fighting for survival at the bottom of the log with 14 points.

TTM’s assistant coach, Mr Lucky Nelukau.

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