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Division in Tshivhase royal family? illegitimate structure. “They subsequently embarked on disregarding The Tshivhase dynasty, once the chief conand defying the Tshivhase royal family. During tender for the Vhavenda throne, is in the news these acts of defiance, Tshivhase directly or indionce again. The once closely knit family is now rectly acted and continued to act in stark contrast showing signs of cracks. to the Tshivhase royal family and its traditions In the centre of the division are the present and customs. He overtly displayed despotic incumbent and senior traditional leader, Mailau- tendencies by going on and acting in contempt sumbwa Kennedy Tshivhase, and the queen of court and with total disregard to government mother, Madala Virginia Tshivhase. The two are circulars, policies, procedures and directives,” accused by the royal family of taking unilathe says. Lesley Tshivhase says the legitimate eral decisions without first consulting the royal royal family council was replaced by an ad hoc family. In a memo addressed to Queen Mother committee, handpicked by Kennedy Tshivhase, Virginia Tshivhase and Mailausumbwa Kennedy of cronies, junior family members and non-royal Tshivhase, the royal family says it is shocked people. by developments in the royal family, where He contends that, as its first task, the commitdecisions are taken without the knowledge of tee replaced Mr ME Tshivhase as deputy senior the family elders. Representing the royal family, traditional leader by appointing Queen mother Lesley Tshivhase says they have noted as a fam- Virginia Madala Tshivhase (Vhakoma), who is ily that the two have usurped authority and are not of the Tshivhase royal blood. “One can see acting outside their powers. that something is wrong here. How can the VhaHe says they have embarked on a mission to koma be a deputy senior traditional leader, when reorganise traditional and administrative systems she is not a descendent of any of the Tshivhase and structures within the Tshivhase traditional royal family tree? Such a nomination and apauthority in a questionable manner which is also pointment is against the Tshivhase royal family destabilising the community. According to him tradition and customs,” he said. (Lesley), the two had at first sought approval He says a letter to the premier, which recomfrom the royal family and when they could not mended the recognition of the queen mother as get the nod, they decided to dissolve the legitideputy senior traditional leader, was fraudulent mate royal family council and replaced it with an as it was authored after the “dissolution” of the By Elmon Tshikhudo

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2 8 March 2013 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Trouble in the family of Tshivhase In light of all the developments, the Tshivhase royal family has embarked on an intensive investigation into the roles of Kennedy Tshivhase and his mother, Vhakoma Virginia Tshivhase, and all who are involved in the reorganization of traditional leadership structures. In a signed memo, signed by traditional leaders under the Tshivhase Dynasty, the royal family has also suspended the queen mother, Virginia, and Kennedy with immediate effect from their positions as deputy and senior traditional leaders, pending the finalization of the investigation they launched. Failure to comply with the suspension orders will result in drastic steps being taken against them. Copies of the memo have been sent to Government. Many traditional leaders in the Tshivhase area speak in low tones about the recent installations of chiefs in their areas. In some areas, the installations were boycotted and were met with hostility from the community. Premier Cassel Mathale recently spoke out against the installations, saying it would cause confusion in the community. Despite all the protests from different quarters, Mailausumbwa Kennedy Tshivhase vowed that he would continue installing chiefs as doing so falls “in the parameters of the law:. Attempts to draw comments from Mailausumbwa Kennedy Tshivhase drew a blank as his phone just rang and went unanswered. Before going to press, Limpopo Mirror contacted the spokesperson for the royal family, Thovhele Luvhaivhai Tshivhase, about the issue. He said he was not surprised as those who had signed the memo were the same people who were against the ascendency of Mailausumbwa Kennedy Tshivhase as the senior traditional leader. “They tried way back in 1986 but failed. We are not surprised, and they are confused as they do not even know royal protocol. We do not solve our issues in the papers. Fuming - Lesley Tshivhase who says Mailau­ If they have issues, they know that they should apsumbwa Kennedy Tshivhase and Vhakoma proach the highest decision-making body, the royal Vho Virginia Tshivhase are taking unilateral council. They should know the distinction between decisions, which are dividing the family. the royal family and the royal council,” he said.

(From page 1) He feels that it is worrying that Kennedy continues to act as chairperson of the royal family council, despite the fact that he holds another position at the legislature. According to him, a trend has developed in which Kennedy Tshivhase goes about installing traditional leaders, thereby intending to subjugate recognised headmen and prefering those who have paid or are willing to pay amounts of money and cattle. He says although the Tshivhase royal family and the Provincial House of Traditional Leaders advised Kennedy against his unacceptable behaviour, he continued to act against their advice and thus rendered himself a tyrant.

By Kaizer Nengovhela

Seven arrested for murder at Mpheni A 30-year-old resident of Mpheni, Mr Napoleon Mpilo, was killed last Friday evening, when he was allegedly chopped on the head several times with a sharp object. Waterval SAPS spokesperson Capt Kedibone Mabatha said they were investigating information that the deceased and seven suspects were involved in an argument while busy drinking in a local tavern. During the argument, Mr Mpilo was chopped on the head. After being alerted by members of the community, the police responded very quickly. “When we arrived on the scene,

the victim had already died,” Mabatha said. According to him, the deceased had several wounds on the head. A murder case has been opened. Seven suspects were arrested at the scene. Given Munyai (26), Lufuno Madavha (28), Patrick Ndou (27), Peter Muthukhu (24), Mashudu Madavha (23), Walter Makananisa (22) and Wisani Madavha (26) appeared in the Waterval Magistrate’s Court on Monday and their case was postponed to 13 March for a bail application. A family member of the deceased, Ms Yvonne Makhavhu, said that the family and the com-

munity were still shocked and very disturbed about Mr Mpilo’s death. “He was still young and the family was still expecting a lot from him. The whole family is mourning his death,” she said. She added that the family trusted that the law would take its course. “We want to see a severe punishment. The suspects must pay for what they did,” she added. “Napoleon was everything to us and he was the one who helped us to ensure food on our tables. The fact that he was helpless when he was brutally killed, causes extreme anger,” she added.

The deceased, Mr Na­poleon Mpilo.

Wisani Madavha.

Walter Makananisa.

Mashudu Madavha.

Given Munyai.

Peter Muthukhu.

Patrick Ndou.

Lufuno Madavha.

By Elmon Tshikhudo

R2 000 bail for Dr Maanda Phidane A Limpopo doctor facing rape charges was released on R2 000 bail on Monday, following his appearance at the Thohoyandou Magistrate’s Court. Dr Maanda Phidane (43) adds to the number of doctors who stand accused of rape. A prominent local doctor, Dr Justice Mulaudzi, a clinical manager at Hayani Hospital, is currently on trial in the Sibasa Regional Court on four counts of rape. Some of those he is accused of having raped are patients who

were allegedly raped while under his care. His case was adjourned last week and is to proceed on 6 May. So far, eight witnesses have testified for the state. In the latest case, Phidane is alleged to have raped a 22-yearold woman, who had brought her child for treatment at his practise in Mukula. Thohoyandou police spokesperson Maj Mashudu Malelo said the incident allegedly took place on 13 January this year. It is alleged that the victim was told

to come back the following day, whereupon Phidane took her to another room, where he allegedly raped her. It is alleged that after her ordeal, the victim complained of pains and was given R220 to go and consult another doctor. She was also allegedly given a promise of a job. When the pains persisted, the woman told her mother and the matter was then reported to the police. Phidane’s case has been postponed to 15 April.

Reverend Dr Ntavhanyeni Sampie Phaswana from the Lutheran Church recently launched a book on tithing. Phaswana said good books could change the way people lived. “When you read good books, your thinking expands and you rise to a whole new level of wisdom.” Phaswana is planning to publish at least three books this year. He confirmed to Mirror that he is about to finish another one, titled License to print money, which may be launched in June or July 2013. Photographed during the book launch were, from left, Dr Happy Ramakhanya, Dr Ntavhanyeni Phaswana, Dean Alunamutwe Randitsheni and Dr. Nkhelebeni Phaswana.

By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Man beaten in another mob justice case A 25-year-old resident of Mandala, Rofhiwa Mirenzheni, was severely beaten by a mob of angry people, who said that they had had enough of crime in their area. The incident happened on 27 February (last Wednesday). It is alleged that Mirenzheni and a friend had robbed a local shop at Tshirenzheni. Mirenzheni was only caught and beaten when the two men tried to flee the scene of the crime. The spokesperson for the Siloam police, W/O Edzisani Tharaga, said the two suspects had allegedly entered the shop under the pretense that they were customers. One of the suspects then allegedly produced a knife and held it against Mrs Hemudiben Patel’s throat. The other man was taking cash, airtime vouchers and the manager’s cell phone. “They locked the lady inside the storeroom while they continued searching the shop,” said Tharaga. “However, she managed to call for help through the back window.” It appeared that the suspects heard her screaming for help and started running out of the shop. “Members of the community, however, saw them and started a vimba chase,” said Tharaga. A community member who did not wish to be named said the two men ran towards the Nzhelele River and one man managed to cross to the other side of the river with the stolen goods, and disappeared into the rocky, bushy mountain. It seemed that the second man ran out of luck when, as he got to the river, other villagers from Dopeni were waiting for him on the other side, with Tshirenzheni residents following right on his heels. “He tried to cross the river but got stuck there. We helped him out and beat him up as we dragged him to the chief’s kraal,” a community member who is concerned about the high rate of crime in the area said. Tshirenzheni’s chief, Vho-Vhangani Tshiovhe, condemned the act of vigilantism against the

suspect, but he warned sternly against all criminal acts and said that such would not be tolerated in his area. “The community will not spare those who terrorise them,” said Tshiovhe. “As a community leader, I know for sure that the community is fed up with thugs and that is why they did what they did.” Tharaga said business robbery was one of the crimes on the rise and it had become a major problem in the policing area. “We are appealing to the community not to take the law into their own hands as it is against the law to do so,” he said. He added that, if the perpetrator decided to open a case against the people, they might end up in jail. Mirenzheni appeared in court on 1 March and his case was postponed to 8 April for further investigation. He remains in custody. Meanwhile, the police are still searching for the other suspect.

Robbery suspect: Rofhiwa Mirenzheni was severely beaten by an angry mob who then dragged him to a local chief.


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By Elmon Tshikhudo

“They killed my brother and now they want to murder me� He said that the party would do everything in their power to see that the family received assistance and that there was progress in the case. “We will help the family in opening up a new case and see to it that they will be briefed about the progress of the old case. We will monitor this very closely,� he said. Mr Jackson Rathari, the local civic leader, said that they had advised the family to go and open a case with the police.

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The local traditional leader, Chief Lavhelesani Mphaphuli, said that he, upon learning about the developments, had advised the family to report the matter quickly to the police. “This is a big issue which is beyond our scope and competence. This will need the intervention of the police, and I am going to write them a letter of authority to advise them to report the matter to the police,� he said.


taken seriously. She said that she had paid for all services in the community, but her brother did not enjoy any of the government’s fruits of democracy. “My brother lived in poverty till the end. Some received RDP houses while he lived in a shack for the most of his life. They killed him for muti, knowing that no one would stand up for him as we are a poor family. I will not rest until the muti killers are all behind bars. I am worried that even the police are not being helpful in this case,� she added. According to her, the police have never informed the family of any progress about the case. “Now that the killers are after me, they want to silence me. I will not keep quiet, because I want his killers arrested and they must answer for their crimes� About the latest threat, Sadiki said that she was at home on Saturday when a man came and told her that a plan was being hatched to kill her for muti and to silence her as she was being much too talkative. "The man was sobbing and when we tried to ask him questions, he could not answer as he was crying,� she said. She added that she was worried that people who might have information about the case might just shut up for fear of victimization. Thulamela DA councillor Humbulani Nengovhela, who has been following the case closely, said that he was very disturbed about the turn of events. “The dead man was one of our disabled people. We are greatly saddened that his case does not seem to be moving forward. We are now more worried because his sister is being threatened,� he said.

Mavis Sadiki (52), has been doing all she could to find answers to questions about her brother's mysterious death. Perhaps she has gone too far, as rumours are rife that her bother's murderers are now looking for her blood. Mavis' disabled brother, Mr Robert Munyai (55) of Tshamutilikwa outside Thohoyandou, was found dead in his shack in January. He lived a lonely life and in abject poverty, and he had allegedly been killed. His alleged killers have not been found. Sadiki said that thepost-mortem conducted on her brother’s body in her presence showed that he did not have intestines. She has been given an assurance by the police that she would be given the official post-mortem results later, but she is still waiting. The mysterious death of her brother, whom she believes had been ritually murdered, keeps on tormenting her. Her zeal to find out who the killers of her brother are, has earned her many enemies. As if that is not enough, the single mother is receiving threats that she is also to be ritually killed. A community meeting was held at the weekend and the witness who relayed the message that she was to be ritually murdered testified in front of the gathering. "I am living in fear. These people are not satisfied that they killed my brother; they now want to finish me off. I am no longer safe, and I do not even know where to hide as they might get me anywhere,� she said. Sadiki mentioned that her brother’s killers were still roaming the streets, and even though some people might have evidence, they are not being

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4 8 March 2013 By Isabel Venter

Non-payment sparks strike on community farm More than 100 farm workers from a community-managed farm in Levubu went on strike after a third month of non-payment. The workers, who are all employed by the Masakona Community Property Association (CPA), claimed that they had not been paid since December. As a result, they say, they had to start borrowing from a matshonise to make ends meet. At an interest rate of 50%, all their funds were quickly tapped dry. The farm on which they work forms part of several Levubu farms that were sold to the government’s Lands Claims Commission from 2000 to 2003 in a willing-seller-willing-buyer settlement. The workers decided to march to their head office in Levubu last Thursday when they did not receive their salaries. “We are tired! These people promised long ago that they would fix this [pay our salaries] … now we will go talk to the big boss,” said one of the workers, Mr Freddy Nkuna, on Thursday. He, together with the other farm workers, marched to the farm’s administrative office and demanded to speak to the directors of the company managing the farm, as well as the CPA-members. Masakona Farms, as far as the newspaper was able to determine, is managed by Sharp Move Trading CC, in conjunction with the CPA. The CPA are members of the community who were selected to

represent the interests of the community. According to the workers, they haven’t received payment for December, January or February. In addition, workers did not receive any other gratuities in December. In the middle of February they were promised by the CPA board of directors that they would get double pay by 28 February. To seal this promise, the workers were each given a 25kg bag of mealie meal. On the promised date, however, the workers only received an amount that is the equivalent of one month’s salary. This spurred them on to cease working and holding an impromptu meeting with the CPA. When the livid mob of workers arrived on the farm, there was already a police presence to keep a watchful eye on developments. At first, the CPA-members refused to speak to the workers. After about an hour and a half, they sent the workers’ negotiator, Mr Gideon Mukwevho, with a list demanding that workers write down their names if they intended to return to work the following day. Those workers who refused to come back to work were threatened that they would be fired. At this point, the police intervened to help calm tempers, and the CPA-members and directors eventually made an appearance and addressed the crowd. According to the chairperson of the CPA, Mr Peter Mhawela, the farm is still

Mrs Emmely Mashawana, HR-manager: “By the end of March, I promise we will pay you.”

awaiting an R4.7million grant from the government, as well as money that is outstanding from the South African Revenue Services (SARS). Afterwards, he and other CPA-members were approached and asked to elaborate on statements made during the meeting. They refused to comment. “We are not at liberty to talk to you,” they told the reporter. The transplantation of about 80ha of banana trees and a delayed avocado harvest were also offered as excuses for the farm’s cash-flow problems. Workers, after listening to these explanations, proceeded to have a meeting with Chief Cecil Malovhana. On Monday, they reached a decision and reported back to work. According to Mukwevho, the workers have declared, however, that they will strike again if they don’t receive their salaries by the end of March. The strike comes amidst the announcement of the new minimum wage for farm workers, which is in effect from this month. Several commercial farmers in the area have already indicated that they are in the process of retrenching a large num- Angry workers from the Masakona Community protested last week ber of their work force, simply because because they did not receive their salaries. they cannot afford the new wages which have, in effect, almost doubled since the pervious year. For a full video clip on the strike and meeting, readers can log onto www.

Almost 150 farm workers, employed by a community farm, went on strike last week in order to get an explanation from Mr Peter Mhawela, the CPA-chairperson, addresses the farm workers, CPA directors as to why they had not received payment for three months. while a warrant officer from the police keeps a watchful eye on him. By Elmon Tshikhudo

Nature conservation

Rhino poaching a priority crime “Agriculture as a career has a lot to offer” Rhino poaching is now a priority crime. This was confirmed by Environmental Affairs Minister Mrs Edna Molewa, ahead of the 16th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Thailand. This top-level meeting of the world’s major environmental bodies started on Monday and will conclude on 14 March. Molewa spoke at a Cabinet meeting last Thursday. The decision to make rhino poaching a priority crime was made by the National Joint Operations Centre, due to the fact that a total of 128 rhinos have been killed since the beginning of the year. This is far more than the 80 that were killed in the corresponding period last year. The operations centre is co-ordinated by the Directorate of Priority Crime Investigations. By this week, according to the Kruger National Park’s statistics, the park has lost 92 rhinos. Other provinces that were hard hit included North West, which lost 12, another 12 in KwaZulu-Natal and eight in Limpopo. Molewa also said Cabinet had emphasised the need for more technology, especially unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), by the anti-poaching forces. These forces

include SANParks rangers who are supported by elements of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF), as well as police, customs and excise inspectors from the South African Revenue Services (SARS) and a number of non-governmental organisations. Currently, the SANDF is deployed for border protection in the KNP. Where manpower allows, soldiers assist rangers in anti-poaching operations. The South African Air Force (SAAF) has also made some of their assets available in the war against poaching. At the same time, SANParks chief executive Dr David Mabunda said intelligence and its gathering, which has proven successful, as well as community involvement, would also be heightened. This would be done by bringing home to neighbouring communities the importance of protecting the rhino in an effort to deny poachers, couriers and others involved safe passage in and around the KNP. Last year, poachers killed 668 rhino in South Africa, with the KNP losing 425. Between them, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo and North West collectively lost 202 rhino last year, with both private and provincial game and nature reserves targeted by poachers.

One of South Africa’s top-flight black shy to tell you that I have everything in by old people, with no succession profarmers, Nthuseni Nesane, might not life that I ever wished for.” grammes in place. have gone to school, but he has sucHe added that the field of agriculture The circuit manager, Dr Ntavhanyeni ceeded beyond expectations in his had a lot to offer. Phaswana hailed the farmer. “He has chosen career. “I urge you to take your education helped many in life, and many had the He has also shown that he values educa- seriously as education is the one weapon chance to get an education because of him. tion as he has been assisting many poor that can free this nation from the bondage He once paid R40 000 for our function as students through their schooling for years. of poverty. It has the potential to change a circuit and we will continue thanking For his dedication and hard work as a a nobody to a someday, a son of a poor for what he is doing for the community,” farmer and his involvement in the com- man to a very respected person in the he said. munity, the University of Venda recently community,” he said. He said Nesane was a rare type of conferred an honorary doctorate on him. Nesane said he was worried that the person who still had a heart to give and Since the conferment, Nesane has agricultural sector was still dominated have the education of the children at heart. gone out of his way as a farmer and he is motivating the youth to take their education seriously. Towards the end of last year, he hosted the whole community of Sane and invited academics from the University of Venda and other universities, as well as the MEC for Agriculture. Last week, he again motivated Soutpansberg North Circuit pupils during a ceremony held at the Eric Louw High School in Musina. “I did not go to school, but I worked hard in life to achieve Top farmer Dr Ntuseni Nesane (left) addresses Grade 12 pupils from the Zoutpansberg North my goals. I am not Circuit. With him are Dr Ntavhanyeni Phaswana (middle) and Dean Alunamutwe Rannditsheni boasting, but I am not of the Devhula Lebowa Circuit of the Lutheran Church.


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6 8 March 2013 Communication

Communicators visit several media houses Government and private sector communicators from around the country visited media houses in a bid to build a good working relationship between newspapers and the government communication system. The aim was for the communicators to understand how newspapers work, so that they can utilize them to disseminate important messages to the communities. The communicators are part of the students who enrolled for a postgraduate certificate in development communication with the University of the Witwatersrand. The aim of the course is to develop effective government communication or the use of communication to promote social development. Government wants to adopt the practice of systematically applying the processes, strategies and principles

of communication fully to bring about positive social change by supporting sustainable change in development operations. One of the communicators who attended the tour was Mr Wilson Dzebu, the communications manager of the Musina Municipality. Dzebu says the highlight of the tour was when the group visited the City Press offices in Johannesburg to learn more on how the newspaper operates. “We were well received by the news editor of the paper, Nathasha Joseph, who explained to us how their news room operates. She also explained to us the whole process of news gathering until the newspaper is finally distributed. It was really an eyeopener to me because I now know what exactly happens before the newspaper goes to the market.” Dzebu says the tour has served

the communicators well because they will be able to understand newspapers and their target readers. “We now know which information to send to which publication because we understand the type of stories that each publication wants. As communicators, we are encouraged to join journalists to travel to remote areas, interact with the citizens of the country, and report back. We also look at proposed government projects to improve conditions in the country and analyze whether or not they will be effective. Ultimately, communicators and journalists may come up with proposed solutions and actions, suggesting ways in which they might be implemented. Often, this form of journalism encourages a cooperative effort between citizens of the nation and the outside world.”

Musina Municipal Communications Manager Wilson Dzebu shares newsroom experience with City Press´s news editor, Nathasha Joseph, in Johannesburg.

Jubilant community members dance in celebration after the water project was officially opened. By Elmon Tshikhudo

Water at last for Mukula community The Mukula community, who celebrated 100 years of existence in the area but had shared dirty water with animals for decades, were agog when the Deputy Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, Ms Rejoice Mabudafhasi, handed an R18 million water project over to them. The Mukula Water Supply Project was officially opened amidst fanfare and celebration at the Mukula Sports Grounds on Friday. The handover marked the launch of the month-long activities of Water Month. The Deputy Minister first visited the plant, where she officiated at the opening. She then addressed the community at the local sports grounds. After the address, members of the community were given time to voice their concerns. During 2010, Chief Takalani of Mukula Village approached the Deputy Minister, reporting that the village

had no access to water as the existing boreholes had dried up. He felt that this situation required a more sustainable water supply system. Subsequent to Mabudafhasi’s visit to Mukula village to ascertain the extent of the water shortage, the Department of Water Affairs and the Vhembe District Municipality pledged to contribute the R18 million for the Mukula Water Supply Project. Borehole rehabilitation and water tankering commenced as a temporary solution. The Mukula Water Supply project was then conceptualized and the Xikundu Water Treat-

ment Works was identified as a chief hub to supply drinking water to the 17 sub-villages. The water supply project consists of a 1.8 megalitre reservoir and a 15.4 km bulk pipeline. A total of 45 temporary jobs were created for local people during the implementation of the project. In receiving the project, Chief MphatheleTakalani said his people had got back their human rights. “When I pleaded with the Deputy Minister to help my people with water, the situation was so bad that we sometimes shared water with animals in dams,” said the chief.

Deputy Minister Rejoice Mabudafhasi (holding glass) tastes the first drop of water during the official handing over of the project. With her in the picture are Thulamela Mayor Cllr Grace Mahosi and Chief Mphathele Takalani (clapping hands).


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By Silas Nduvheni

The National Lottery Board presented the Jim Tshivhonelo Primary School with various sporting kits to the value of R131 000 during a ceremony at the school on Friday. The pupils of the school want to participate in all the different sport-

ing codes but lack the proper sporting kits, said the principal, Ms Takalani Guduvheni. The school is situated in Muledane village near Thohoyandou and has more than 300 pupils from Grade R to 7. Teams from the school received

several accolades for achievements in sports during the past years. According to Guduvheni, teachers from her school also took sporting activities seriously. Every Wednesday after school, they train to make their bodies stay healthy and on Fridays


R131 000 shot in the arm for Jim Tshivhonelo Primary School they clean the surroundings of the school. The chairperson of the school governing body, Mr Mpfunzeni Vele, was over the moon with the new kits and expressed the hope that the pupils would soon excel in sports.


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The principal of Jim Tshivhonelo Primary, Ms Takalani Guduvheni (left), receives a soccer ball from Mr Silva Mudau (far right), while pupils of the school look on. Ms Guduvheni, photographed with some netball girls during the event.


8 8 March 2013 By Elmon Tshikhudo

New skills open world for the blind Blind people in Musina, who did skills training for a month that will make them more independent, say the training has opened up a new era in their lives. The training, conducted by Blind SA in conjunction with the Musina municipality, included, among other things, the use of a cane, determining colours, polishing shoes and working with money. The 17 who took part in the training were handed certificates during a ceremony to celebrate their achievements at the Nancefield Community Hall last Friday. Disabled people, representatives from the municipality, members of the community and other guests came in their numbers to attend the event. One of the successful candidates, Musina FM presenter Humbulani Munyai, receives his certificate The certificates were handed from Musina councillor Bigboy Ndou (left) and Blind South Africa´s Walter Simethi. over by Blind SA’s orientation and mobility practitioner, Mr Walter Simethi, and the councillor for ward 4, Mr Bigboy Ndou. Speaking at the function, Si-

methi said the month-long training came as a result of the many challenges faced by disabled people. “Disabled people in Musina, like in all parts of the country, have challenges and these challenges put them at a disadvantage, especially in the job market. Employers will always give an excuse that they cannot employ a blind person as he would need someone to help them. We want to see them become independent, doing things on their own and competing with able-bodied people in the job market without hindrance,” he said. Simethi warned all those parents and guardians who are hiding disabled people, saying that they are guilty of an offence. Cllr Ndou said the training formed part of the municipality’s commitment to bettering the lives of all the people in the area, and more specifically the disabled. “We will always strive that all

our people have equal access to opportunities, including job opportunities, which will include the disabled,” he said. He commended Blind SA for having partnered the municipality in such an initiative. “We did not have such programmes at the municipality. Now that these people are empowered with skills, their lives will be easier and better, and they will be better equipped,” he said. One of the beneficiaries, Musina FM radio anchor Humbulani Munyai (34), said the training was a blessing. “As blind people, we suffer a lot of discrimination in society and the job market. In many instances, employers opt for people who can see rather than take a blind person who will be a burden to the company. Now that we can do things for ourselves, life will be easier and we will be in a better position to compete with others in all spheres of life,” he said.

Cllr Bigboy Ndou (back row fourth from right) and the successful candidates pose for a photo during the certificate ceremony. By Mashudu Netsianda

Jail time for stealing neighbours’ cattle A 30-year-old Beit Bridge resident, linked to an organised cattle rustling syndicate, was sentenced to an effective 27 years in jail on Monday for stealing six heads of cattle from his neighbours. Melusi Moyo of Dendele village outside Beit Bridge area was convicted on his own plea of guilty to three counts of stock theft by a local magistrate, Mr Carrington Karidzagundi. The value of the cattle is estimated at R18 000. The prosecutor, Mr

Foster Abeki, said that sometime in October 2010, Moyo had gone to the Zhovhe grazing area outside Beit Bridge, where he stole two heifers belonging to Jeremiah Muleya. He then proceeded to another grazing area in Shobby village and stole a cow and a calf belonging to Gilbert Ndlovu, before stealing another cow and its calf, belonging to Thomas Sibanda, at the same village. He drove the cattle to his homestead in Dendele village, where he penned the animals.

Acting on a tip-off, police officers descended on Moyo’s homestead where they found the stolen animals in his kraal. Soon after spotting the police, Moyo took to his heels, but he was arrested the following day. All the stolen cattle were then taken to a local police station where the complainants positively identified them. Some of the recovered cows had their brand marks and ear marks tampered with, while others had been dehorned.


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10 8 March 2013 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Four successful years for Litshani Vhana The Litshani Vhana Vhade Foundation, a non-governmental organisation championing the cause of the disadvantaged in the Vhembe area, celebrated its four years of existence in style. It is now home to more than 170 people who get service from the organisation from time to time. In celebrating their existence and achievements, staff and everyone at the organisation, which is based at Muledane, started off The organisation´s director, Ms Bridget Mamugudubi, leads staff and children in cutting the birthday cake during the celebrations.

by cutting the bushes in the township because they had become a safe haven for criminals. “We have had challenges on the way, but through the support of our community and sponsors, we were able to deliver on our mandate - that of bettering the lives of those who are in need and neglected. We have been able to send many disadvantaged children to school. These children would not have had the chance because of their own backgrounds,” said Ms Bridget

Mamugudubi, the founder of the organisation. She said what made her happier was when they had identified a girl, Mulweli Nemangaya (12), whose eyes needed an expensive operation for her to be normal. “We publicised the plight of this girl and help poured in from all sides, but we still need an amount of R15 000 for the operation to be done.” Those wishing to assist can do so by contacting Mamugudubi at 072 611 7522.


Malaria on the decrease in Limpopo The Limpopo Province has shown a marked decrease in the number of malaria cases the past year. This is according to a press release by the provincial Department of Health and Social Development. During the period April 2012 to February 2013, a total of 848 malaria cases were recorded in Limpopo, compared to the 2 991 reported cases during the 2011/12 period. January to March is normally the period when malaria cases increase sharply in Limpopo, mainly due to travel during the festive period and the rainy season. “This year, however, malaria Celebrating in style: children and staff members cut the grass, which had become a hiding place cases remained at lower levels, even though Limpopo experifor thugs in the township.

enced severe flooding during January. For January and February 2013, 307 malaria cases were notified, compared to 1 189 in 2012,” the department said. Although the malaria cases are at lower levels, the department warns that the potential always exists for increases to occur during the summer. “In order to detect these and manage possible outbreaks, the Department of Health has sensitive surveillance systems in place. Malaria-control spray teams are also active throughout the province and can respond to increases quickly,” the department states. Due to the fact that Limpopo is a known malaria-prone province, the provincial department says they are fully prepared to deal

with all malaria cases. “All primary health care clinics are fully equipped to deal with malaria patients at community level, with malaria tests and treatment available at all clinic. All hospitals are also prepared to deal with more severe malaria cases,” the department says. The department’s main malaria control intervention, namely indoor residual spraying, is also actively busy conducting spraying in all the affected areas. “Over the past five months, more than 700 000 structures have been sprayed in the malaria risk areas. Teams are still busy conducting spraying in affected communities and to raise the awareness about malaria in the communities,” states the department.


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Mr Lufuno Neluheni of Tshakuma (left) was the winner of February’s lucky draw of Buco Shayandima. In our photo, he receives 20 bags of cement from the assistant manager of Buco Shayandima, Mr Shadrack Hlungwani. The winner of March´s lucky draw was Mr Mashudu Ramaleba of Dzwerani village.

Mr PJ Davel won R3 000 in the recent lucky draw competition of Raymond’s Glass in Makhado (Louis Trichardt). After fitting a windscreen with Raymond’s Glass, he was automatically entered in the competition. His wife (centre) accepted the prize on his behalf. With her in the photograph are Messrs Johan Cronjé (left) and Raymond Pretorius from Raymond’s Glass.




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oweto, Kliptown - “C a r e f u l h e r e . Watch out there. The earth is live,” warned Kabelo as he moved through the narrow alleyways. Kabelo and his partner, John, are just two of the many “street electricians” using their qualifications and experience to cash in on households, small businesses and residents across Johannesburg, offering them cheap electricity. Cheaper electricity in this instance of course means stolen. Kabelo and John are always on

They charge a flat rate of R200 as a connection fee. There are even “maintenance fees” ranging from between R50 to R100 a month, and there is a cost for replacing wires if these are burnt. Despite the dangers that they pose, illegal connections and the tampering with or bypassing of power meters remain the choice of many residents and businesses to access electricity. Some are motivated by the need to have access to electricity, others

Whatever the reason given to justify this criminal behaviour, the fact remains that it’s a breeding ground for criminals to “build their businesses” and cash in on this practice. It is a crime that has become a societal norm, but has a dire impact on fair competition in business and agriculture, puts innocent lives at risk, and interrupts the power supply that must keep the wheels of the economy turning. The crime is not unique to informal settlements and townships. It affects suburbs, businesses and farms, where the theft is more difficult to detect and requires a trained eye to spot the carefully call when residents and businesses claim poverty, and some are purely t a m p e r e d m e t e r s a n d t r a n s f o r m e r s . need to connect electricity or fix a m o t i v a t e d b y g r e e d t o r e a p m o r e A campaign is under way to combat malfunctioning illegal line. electricity theft and is in hot pursuit profits for their businesses.


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12 8 March 2013 School News

Valentine’s Day at Gateway The learners at Gateway Primary School were thrilled with the Valentine’s Day event and competition held on Thursday, 14 February. It was was a test day at the school, but the atmosphere was hyped from the start. The learners eagerly wrote their tests and then the fun began. This annual event is so popular among the learners as a result of generous sponsors and hardworking staff at both of the schools. The Grade 1s, 2s and 3s embraced the competition with such zeal that it was difficult for the judges to choose winners because every learner was a winner – all dressed up to the nines for the occasion. Even the Grade 0s, who barely understood the meaning of Valentine’s Makunazwothe Mphephu of Gateway Primary, receiving her crown and Day, rose to the occasion. flowers during the school´s Valentine´s Day celebrations. The winners of the competition

were: Michelle Munyai and Rhulani Chauke (Grade 0), Mukonazwothe Mphephu and Eugene Makhubedu (Grade 1 to 3) and Catherine Sithole and Marshall Mutepe (Grade 4 to 7). The school gave its thanks to “the other winners in the competition, our fantastic sponsors who gave so freely and willingly.” They are Mrs S Nalana, Scooter’s Pizza (Musina), Dohwi Pharmacy, Mr N Khan, Mrs M Nkanyamane, Mrs W M Hlongwane, Just 4 U, Mr E P Pitsi, Mrs R Chauke, Kate at PEP Stores, Messina Pharmacy, NB Clearing Agents and the staff who donated items as well. Another vote of thanks goes to the two “outside” judges, Johnene Genis and Maria Gwanzura as well as the principal and staff at Gateway Ameera Patel, another dazzling Valentine entrant at Gateway Primary in Musina. Primary. By Mashudu Netsianda

Suspected poacher killed by hippo A 41-year-old man from Mwenezi village outside Beit Bridge died after he was attacked and seriously injured by a hippopotamus, when he and a friend were illegally fishing in the Mutirikwi River, police have said. Local police spokesperson Insp Peter Zhanero said the incident happened on Sunday at about 07:00. The victim was identified as Conias Chidhino. Zhanero said Chidhino went out fishing in the Mutirikwi River in the company of a neighbour. “Upon reaching the river, they walked along the river bank, looking for a convenient point where they could fish,” said Zhanero. He said before they could find a vantage point, a hippopotamus suddenly appeared from the river bank and charged towards them. “After realising that the animal was charging towards them, the duo fled in different directions. The hippopotamus chased after Chidhino and caught up with him. The animal bit him on the shoulders, waist and both thighs before it left. He was left so badly injured that he could not walk and was breathing heavily while writhing in pain. Kombora took him to hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.” Notice

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The 39-year-old mother of a seven-yearold girl is reeling with shock, after she found out that her daughter had allegedly been raped at her home in Tshiozwi during the past weekend. According to the spokesperson for the Tshilwavhusiku police, Const Munyadziwa Marindi, the victim’s mother was shocked when she noticed that her child had a mixture of blood and semen on her private parts when she was bathing her. “She said the child cried when she touched her on her private parts,” said Marindi. The suspect was later identified as the victim’s 15-year-old cousin. The police arrested him and he will appear in court soon.


Girl (7) allegedly raped at Tshiozwi

Dengenya Secondary School was announced as the most improved school in the Sibasa Circuit during the recent excellence awards of the Sibasa Circuit. The school, which obtained a paltry 36% pass rate in the 2011 Grade 12 examinations, attained 77,27% in 2012. "We have worked extra hard to be where we are today. We will continue where we left off last year and we are hoping for better results this year," said Mr Tshililo Alidzuli, the school principal. Six teachers at the school also achieved a 100% pass rate in their respective subjects. In our photo is the happy principal, Mr Tshililo Alidzuli, with the certificate he received on behalf of the school.

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14 8 March 2013 By Mashudu Netsianda

“Flood damaged infrastructure affects tourism”

Forever Resorts, partnering with the Free Wheelchair Mission, are distributing wheelchairs to the communities surrounding their resorts. Their mission is to transform lives by sharing the gift of mobility with the physically disabled indigent in developing countries as motivated by Jesus Christ. In this regard, 20 wheelchairs were distributed to the Fountain of Hope Wellness Clinic at the Musina Hospital. Pictured from left to right are Messrs Samuel Munyai, Rendani Makungo (occupational therapist), Johan Blignaut (manager of Forever Resorts Tshipise) and Justice Ranoto (assistant). Photo supplied.

The communities along the Sengwe Corridor outside Beit Bridge have called on the authorities to repair the damaged Bubi River bridge urgently, saying it has impacted negatively on tourism activities around the area. The bridge, which was recently destroyed by floods, links the communities of Tshikwalakwala, Tshipise and Tshitulipasi in Beit Bridge and Sengwe and Malipati villages in the neighbouring Chiredzi district. The areas fall under the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a vast tract of safari land straddling the borders of Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe. The transfrontier conversation area joins some of the most established wildlife areas in Southern Africa into a huge conservation area of 35 000 square km. The local councillor, Mr Enock Ndou, said it was no longer possible for tourists to visit some of the tourist attractions along the Sengwe Corridor in the district. “We are appealing to the authorities and partners to assist by rehabilitating the infrastructure that was destroyed by the floods. The bridge linking our area and the Chiredzi district has been washed away and that has now created problems for us because tourists can no longer access our side, where we have the Tshipise hot springs, great wildlife and rich cultural tourism,” he said. Ndou, who is also a member of the

Environment and Natural Resources Management committee of the Beit Bridge Rural District Council, urged the government and NGOs to complement each other in addressing the plight of villagers in Tshikwalakwala whose homes were swept away by floods “ by teaming up and assisting the villagers with food and decent shelter.” Officials from the local road agency recently visited the area and assessed the situation, but nothing has been done so far to address the problem. Tshikwalakwala and the surrounding

villages are situated in low-lying areas, making them prone to floods during the rainy season. During 2000’s Cyclone Eline-induced rains, the area was also among the worst affected in Beit Bridge District. The damaged road network is also hindering the provision of health services to remote communities and the health department is on high alert to prevent an outbreak of water-borne diseases such as cholera in communities that were affected worst by the floods.

A donkey stands lazily on the debris of one of the huts which were recently destroyed by floods at Tshikwalakwala village outside Beit Bridge. Most local villagers were left homeless after their homes were washed away by the floods, and they are now appealing for assistance.

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The Munna ndi Nnyi (Who is free diabetes tests in the Vhembe Navo Nardisk (an leading international diabetes health care company) and the Vhembe district’s the Real Men) organisation has district. embarked on a project of offering The organisation is partnering with Department of Health to tackle diabetes in the district through the screening for risk factors for diabetes and other chronic diseases, such as hypertension and cardiovascular disease. They also counsel and advise people on a healthy lifestyle. The Munna ndi Nnyi team and Doctors without Borders visited the Eltivillas taxi rank and the show grounds in Makhado, where they managed to have more than 100 people tested for diabetes and other related problems during the past fortnight. “By advising people about preventing and managing diabetes through healthy eating, we are able to prevent possible problems,” said the managing director of Munna ndi Nnyi, Mr Bardwell Mufunwaini. “Diabetes can be prevented or delayed, and it can also be managed to prevent eye and foot complications and premature death.” Munna ndi Nnyi says that, according to statistics, 85% of people living in Southern Africa Mr Nkhangweleni Mufunwaini (left) performs a diabetes test on Mr who are living with diabetes are not aware of their Kenneth Mphaphuli in Makhado (Louis Trichardt). condition, which is the biggest problem because people need to know their diabetes status. “Many relationship are on the rocks because the man is not as potent as is expected by his female partner,” says Mufunwaini. “It becomes much better if your partner knows about your problem – and she might possibly understand.”

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Eskom donates R200 000 for the poor Vho Thovhele Denga Tshivhase of the Tshivhase dynasty praised Eskom for the work the company is doing for the community. Tshivhase was speaking during a ceremony where the company handed over R200 000 to a non-profit organisation, World Focus Victim Empowerment. Tshivhase said his community was one of the poorest, with many people not working. “We are greatly humbled as traditional leaders that you as a company thought of assisting our people. This organisation is easing the burden on us of looking after the poor and the disadvantaged. We are very proud of what you are doing for

us and we urge all out there to support you in your business,” he added. He also urged the community to report izinyoka, so that Eskom can continue to assist the people. Ms Rhulani Matshidza, Eskom’s general manager in Limpopo, said they had contributed immensely to community initiatives through their social investment driver, the Eskom Foundation. She commended Ms Takalani Madima, director of World Focus Victim Empowerment, for the selfless work she is doing for her community. Community leader and motivational speaker Ms Humbelani Netshandama said Madima should be ready for challenges

as the organization operated in the village. In response, Madima said that she was humbled by the donation. “I am operating out of my own pocket and could not meet all the needs of my people. Now that Eskom has come on board, things will change for the better,” she said. The organization, based at Marude, next to Univen, was established in April 2011. Their purpose is to improve the quality of life of community members by providing improved access to and delivery of victim empowerment services. The centre caters for 1606 beneficiaries. The project has nine full-time workers, 18 parttime workers and 19 care givers.

Happy beneficiaries: Eskom staff and guests pose for a photo during the occasion.

Police and Thohoyandou residents join hands in crime awareness campaign Alarmed by the rise in criminal activities such as rape and the prevalence of domestic violence in the area, police under the Thohoyandou Cluster have embarked on a campaign to inform communities about the crimes. Last Wednesday, they held an awareness campaign at the Indoor Sports Centre in Thohoyandou. During the meeting, members of the community were given time to ask questions pertaining to crime and cases. The convener of the meeting, Capt Mashudu Mapfumo of the Thohoyandou Social Crime Prevention Unit, said they were

worried as police about the drastic rise in crimes such as rape and domestic violence in the area. “The crime rate in our area is unacceptable. We cannot allow our area to be ruled by criminals and we know that, as the police alone, it would be a mammoth task for us to beat crime,” Mapfumo said. Mr Justice Thovhogi, a member of the Thohoyandou Cluster Policing Forum, said he was excited that people came in their numbers for the function. “We are happy that you made it to this function, which means that the message will spread and filter to many in the community. Crime can be beaten. If we work

together with the police, these crimes will decrease and we will have a crime-free environment,” he said. The guest speaker, Lt Col Malindi Mosena of the Thohoyandou Crime Prevention unit, urged parents to raise their children in a responsible manner. “Crime fighting starts in the family. If we teach our children good morals and make them laws that will make them responsible people, they can beat this crime of rape and others like domestic violence. We have to lead by example as parents that domestic violence is not the way to live, and they will follow us,” he said.

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16 8 March 2013 Musina News


Suspected poacher in court

“Promote access to information and freedom of expression”

On 28 February, the Louis Trichardt Magistrate’s Court postponed the case against four men, who were arrested in connection with an alleged planned rhino hunt at a farm in the Waterpoort area. Mushimi Musiamo (29), Albert Mawela (34), Richard Misili (40) and Edmond Ramukgopa (37) appeared in court and their case was postponed to 5 April, pending further investigations. The four men were arrested on 13 January during a joint operation by members of the Crime Intelligence, Organised Crime and Tactical Re-

As part of celebrating 20 years of the existence of less privileged rural and urban comThe chairperson of the board of community radio, the Deputy Minister of Com- munities to set up and run their own directors of Musina Community Ramunications, Ms Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, sustainable community radio stations. dio, Mr Abram Luruli, thanked the officially handed over the Musina Community Radio is a relatively low-cost medium government for providing a platform Radio initiative to the people of Musina on that bypasses barriers such as inacces- ordinary people can use to air their Friday. sible terrains, lack of infrastructure views. All the studio equipment of the station was and literacy. I have no doubt that the He also thanked the support from donated by the Department of Communications people of Musina will work together the local municipality while, at the before the station hit the airwaves for the first time to build this radio station into a force same time, encouraging community on 01 May 2008. to be reckoned with in the South Af- members to participate in the activiNdabeni-Abrahams said the objective of a rican broadcasting industry.” ties of the radio station. community radio station was to promote access to information and freedom of expression over the airwaves. “As radio continues to evolve in the digital age, it remains the medium that reaches the widest audience worldwide. This multi-purpose medium can help people, including the youth, to engage in discussions on topics that affect them. It can save lives during natural or human-made disasters and it provides journalists with a platform to report facts and tell their stories.” She asked the community of Musina to be actively involved in the running of their radio station. “If you don’t own this community radio station yourselves, some people will come in and manipulate it for financial gain. We want this radio station to be accessible to everyone, so that it can easily serve the needs of the local community. Vhembe District Executive Mayor Cllr Tshitereke Matibe (left) and Through well-researched and informative content, the Deputy Minister of Communications, Ms Stella Tembisa Ndabeniyoung people can also use this radio station to equip Abrahams, share a light moment at the studios of Musina Community themselves with much-needed economic freedom.” Radio. She said while technological advances and people’s listening habits might have changed, there was still a place for the humble radio and it continued to make a difference. “The humble wireless is an increasingly useful tool in improving health and education among some of the most disadvantaged and isolated communities in the world today. This radio station should provide a voice for marginalised The Deputy Minister of Communications, Ms Stella Tembisa Ndabeni-Abrahams (centre), groups here in Musina. photographed at the studios of Musina Community Radio during the handing over of the station Our government stands to the people of Musina. Also in the photo are, from left to right: Calvin Luvhimbi (presenter), for participatory, em- Dr Mashilo Boloka of the Department of Communications, Abram Luruli (chairperson of the powering radio and our Board of Directors of Musina Community Radio), Thanyani Ravhura (GCIS Limpopo Provincial mission is to enable Director) and Vhembe District Executive Mayor Cllr Tshitereke Matibe.

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“Our sons have grown heartless...”

The Univen goalscorers, Takalani Ramagalela (third from left) and Pfarelo Lifhiga, pose for a photo with some members of the technical team after the game. On the left are the head coach, Mr Mashudu “Coolio” Ndou, and the team manager, Mr Patrick Thaba, while the assistant coach, Mr Sfiso Metizo, is on the far right. By Frank Mavhungu

Takalani’s brilliance sinks Silver Stars Univen FC registered their second consecutive victory, when they beat Shayandima Silver Stars 5-3 in an SAB match at the University of Venda Stadium on Saturday. Silver Stars did not throw in the towel, despite the fact that the home side was leading 4-0 at some stage. Takalani Ramagalela of Univen was a thorn in the flesh of the opponents. He scored four goals in the game. His first one came when the game was nine minutes old. He made no mistake after receiving a neat pass from Bright Mavimele just outside the box. The goal marked the starting point of one-way traffic. Ramagalela was on target again in the 24th minute after a scramble within the box. Their third goal was scored by Pfarelo Lifhiga. Lifhiga tapped the ball in, following Nigel Thobejane’s square pass. Ramagalela scored in the 38th minute with a header. The score was 4-0 when the teams adjourned for half time. The second half saw Silver Stars shine brighter over the students. They pulled one back through Fhatuwani Maphari, whose ground cutter looked too hot for the Univen keeper, Fhumulani Ramasunga, to handle. Avhashoni Nkhumeleni scored in the 58th minute to make it 4-2. Univen lost cohesion in the middle of the park soon after the Stars’ second goal. They were punished for that as Silver Stars scored their third goal soon afterwards. The goal was a wakeup call to the students. They increased the margin three minutes before the end of regulation time. Takalani Ramagalela tried his luck from Ronny Matodzi of Univen controls the ball, outside the box. The keeper of Stars watched help- while Rocky Luvhimbi of Silver Stars is on lessly as the ball hit the back of the net. his heels.

The Kharitambe Vhafumakadzi Community Development Forum convened at the Makhado Show Grounds a fortnight ago, for an awareness campaign after the recent killing and abuse of women and children in the Vhembe district. Thohoyandou-based attorney Ms Takalani Madima said that in some cases parents were part of the problem, where children and women ended up becoming victims of abuse at the hands of men. “Some parents, especially women, don't really care about their children’s whereabouts,” she said. “You are even scared to confront your children when they are wrong. I think we must change our mentality and our children’s mentality will change as well.” The managing director of Munna ndi Nnyi, Mr Bardwell Mufunwaini, encouraged parents always to remain open and available to their children as nobody else would do that for them. “Another factor which contributes to the killing and raping of women is that women, particularly young girls, walk the streets late at night. I am not saying that people must rape and kill, but our own sons have grown heartless and senseless.” Mufunwaini told women to unite and stand together in soli-

darity to fight rape and abuse in the country. The respected motivational speaker and radio anchor, Ms Humbelani Netshandama, urged women to stop depending on men for their livelihood and financial support. “As women, you must start picking yourselves up to make something to succeed in your lives. Sometimes women are

victims and continue to live in an abusive relationship because they fear to lose a man whom they see as a source of income in the home. We need to be business minded and, until we network as women, we will not make it.” Pastor Tshilidzi Nevhutanda said that wives and daughters must create healthy relationships with the men around them.

In the picture are (from left to right) Mesdames Takalani Madima, Sarah Thenga and Humbelani Netshandama.

By Kaizer Nengovhela

School for the disabled begs for help Tshilwavhusiku Special School that caters for disabled people in the Makhado municipal area is in dire need of financial assistance to send their sports teams to the finals of the South African Summer Games, to be held in the North West province. They need R28 000 for transport, catering and accommodation to attend the games. The team will be participating in athletics, cricket, table tennis and indoor rowing.

The group won the provincial games in Polokwane last month. According to the leader of the group, Ms Selalelo Madula, the competition will take place from 17 to 23 March. According to the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture, no money is available to pay for them. “As a school for pupils with disabilities, we do not have the necessary funds. We are pleading with any good Samaritan(s) to assist us,” she said. According to her, they are

Pastor Tshilidzi Nevhutanda says wives and daughters must create a healthy relationship with proud that they will represent the their husbands and fathers. district and the province. Madula said that, irrespective of the hardships they were Tel: (015) 519 3000 Fax: (015) 516 1195 Private Bag X2596 Makhado 0920 encountering, practices as part of their preparations were taking PUBLIC NOTICE place as usual. “We do not want DRAFT ALIENATION OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTIES to discourage these dedicated and POLICY (COUNCIL LAND) committed young ones, who are prepared to put the area on the Notice is hereby given in terms of section 21 of the Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000 to submit written map, by stopping practicing,” comments on the Draft Policy on alienation of immovable properties (council land). she said. Hard copies can be accessed from the areas as reflected below: She can be phoned at 083 988 3631or 079345 1821. PLACE


Dzanani Regional Office Vuwani Regional Office Waterval Regional Office Musekwa Thusong Centre Any person who wishes to comment to the exercise is called upon to lodge his/her comments in writing to the Municipal Manager at Private Bag X2596 Makhado 0920 or fax to Number 015 516 1194 to reach his office by no later than 28 March 2013. The draft policy document is accessible from the Municipal website: Any person who cannot read and/or write may come to the Director Development Planning at office Number C001, first floor, Civic Center, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado during office hours from 7H00 to 13H00 and 14H00 to 16H00 on or before the 28 March 2013 where comments or representations will be transcribed.

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18 8 March 2013 By Kaizer Nengovhela

United Stars donate points to Chelsea Tshikota Chelsea were too Ratshilaya dribbled pass three of Chelsea and Given Netstrong for Madodonga United defenders in a row and scored shithuthuni of Stars. Stars, when they beat them easily to equalize. Matha Ratshilaya completed 3-1 in a Safa Vhembe SAB Chelsea increased the margin his brace when he forced his league match at Madodonga two minutes later when their de- way through the defence of the on Sunday. mon-striker, Hitene Tshivhula, opponents and released a rocket Stars were good at the far finished off a marvellous pass from outside the box to make the back, but their midfielders hesi- from Charity Ramabulana. score 3-1. tated for too long and did not The players who went to the As if he was a spectator, release the ball on time to the referee’s book for different Rendani Simali watched the ball goal poachers. This sloppy per- infringements were Thabang hit the net without making any formance put the defence under Sithole and Walter Murwanthi attempt to stop it. tremendous pressure. The boys from Tshikota initiated some promising moves from the center of the pitch, but were denied a number of scoring opportunities by the solid defence of their opponents. Chester Murwanthi of Chelsea was lucky to escape with a verbal warning after kicking Baldwin Mavhila. Stars scored a goal in the 38th minute via Tshikhudo Chuene. After the goal, Stars came back strongly, but the keeper of Chelsea denied them a goal when he fisted Musandiwa Baloyi's volley away. The half-time score was1-0 in favour of Stars. The visitors attacked strongly in the Baldwin Mavhila of stars (left) and Thabang Sithole fight for the ball. second half. Matha


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LEGALS LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35(5) of Act no. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the eatates specified below will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of 21days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichevermay be later, and at the offices of the Masters and Magistrates as stated. Should no objections hereto be lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts.Registration no of estate: 30/2012, Surname: Modau, Christian Names: Mathora Simon, Identity Number: 2601195077089, Last Address: Matanda House no: 224, District Makhado, Magistrate’s Office: Thohoyandou, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou, Advocate Themeli, Old mutual Building, OfficeNo: G19, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATE All persons having claims against the undermentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publication hereof. Estate number: 2675/2011, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou, Surname: Rasimphi, Christian Names: Murunwa Tsanwani, Date of Birth: 1958-05-25, Id number: 5805250203087, Last Address: House no 373, Vuwani, District Vuwani, Date of Death: 2011-0515, Christian Names and Surname of Surviving Spouse: Rasimphi Maluta Alfred, Date of Birth: 1953-07-23, Identity No: 5307235154089, Name and Address of Executor or Authorised agent: Advocate Themeli, Old mutual Building, OfficeNo: G19, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35(5) of Act no. 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the eatates specified below will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of 21days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichevermay be later, and at the offices of the Masters and Magistrates as stated. Should no objections hereto be

lodged with the Masters concerned during the specified period, the executors will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts.Registration no of estate: 168/2013, S u r n a m e : Ts h i v h a s e , Christian Names: Ailwei Ronald, Identity Number: 4004046185086, Last Address: Makwarela House no 357, Christian Names and Surname of surviving spouse: Tshivhase Tshenuwali Gladys, Identity number: 5210220113088, Magistrate’s Office: Thohoyandou, Master’s Office: Thohoyandou, Advocate Themeli, Old mutual Building, OfficeNo: G19, Thohoyandou Tel: 015 962 3001 NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS SECTION 29 In the Estate of Late: Ratshalingwa Frederick Thenga, I.D. No: 5803115113088, who was married in community of property to Thivhulawi Lucy Thenga (Born Magada) of Identity No: 6211120041089, who died on the 26th day of October 2012,Master’s reference number:2436/2012. Creditors and Debtors are hereby called upon to submit their claims and to pay their debts within 30(Thirty)days as from date on this advertisement. Dated at Thohoyandou on this the 27th day of February 2013. Executrix Attorneys, Maluleke Z.D. Attorneys,Stag Village Complex,1st Floor Office No 11,Mphephu Drive/ Road,Opposite Galitos& Caltex Garage,Cell:076 8132868/0714986320,Tel/ Fax:015 962 1110 / 86 268 2763, E-mail:, P.O. Box 1665, Thohoyandou, 0950. THE FOLLOWING DEREGISTERED CC ARE TO BE DESTROYED 1.Pfukani Hlulani Trading Enterprise of Registration Number 2008/099644/23, 2. Thatupa General Trading Registration Number 2007/082277/23, 3. NGD Security Services and Trading Registration Number 2007/233161/23, 4.Ronnicah Caterers R eg i s t r a t i o n N u m b e r 2007/039957/23,5. Mapuve Clay 2005/020790/23, 6. Devronev Macoy Trading Enterprise Registration Number 2005/095624/23 For more information call Mashudu at 015 812 1756 Leda Giyani. Makhado Amendment Scheme 60 I, Jaco Daniël du Plessis, being the authorised agent of the owner of Erf 2278, Louis Trichardt, hereby give notice in terms of Section 56 (1)(b)(i) of the Town Planning and Townships Ordinance, 1986 (Ordinance 15 of 1986) that I have applied to the Makhado Municipality for the amendment of the Makhado Land-Use Scheme, 2009 by the rezoning of Erf 2278, Louis Trichardt situated at 24 Stubbs Street from “Residential 1” to “Business 3”. The purpose of the application is

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Minopex has a vacancy available for the following position for SA or Abroad. Condition Monitoring Analyst: Ref No. 1062/13 Minimum Requirements: Applicants must have the following: Matric with N2 qualification. 2-3 years e xperience as a condition monitoring analyst in the engineering discipline. Level 1 or 2 Vibration analyses. Level 1 or 2 None distructive testing (dye penetrate, ultrasonic) laser alignment. Level 1 or 2 magnetic partial analyses. Fitting experience. Radiology would be advantageous. To apply for this vacancy please register as a candidate on our website, and use the following link to register for the position: CLOSING DATE: 14th March 2013 AT 12 NOON.

Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Programme VACANCY: ACCESS TO JUSTICE MANAGER TVEP is a community based Organisation based in Sibasa serving Thulamela Municipality, whose mission is to generate an attitude of zero tolerance towards all forms of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, HIV and AIDS stigmatization. TVEP is looking for a committed, well qualified and experienced individual to fill the position of Access to Justice Manager reporting to Deputy Director and is line Manager to Trauma Centre Administrator. SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES The main purpose of the job of the Access to Justice is to initiate the planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of the access to justice service delivery, coordinate the service team and provide professional guidance and support to individual service delivery staff. MAIN DUTIES Ensure that both the Trauma Centres and Access to Justice teams deliver in accordance with the requirements of their funding partners, Management and the Board of Trustees; Ensure effective forward planning, monitoring and evaluation of services and a high standard of service delivery to all clients; Oversee and manage all advocacy and lobbying activities on behalf of the Organisation, with a focus on accountability monitoring of State Service Providers; Ensure effective and sustained communication and coordination with stakeholders communication and coordination with stakeholders and partner Organizations; Implement effective administrative systems that meet the needs of the M&E Cluster; Manage the budgets for the ATJ Cluster and Trauma Centres; Ensure that all ATJ & Trauma Centre Staff and volunteers are adequately capaciteted and conduct annual performance appraisals on ATJ & Trauma Centre staff; Ensure that the highest standards of ethics and integrity are inculcated within the ATJ Cluster and Trauma Centres; Produce project reports and assist in funding proposals, in English, of a standard appropriate for submission to donors and stakeholders; Development Memoranda of Understanding with all TVEP’s stakeholders, to act as “tools” for accountability monitoring; Oversee the provision of basic Human Rights training, guidance and support to all clusters in need of such; Provide mediation services for TVEP as and when required; Committee with legal advice and guidance as and when required; Ensure TVEP’s compliance to the laws of South Africa in all matters pertaining to the operation of the Organisation. QUALIFICATIONS Degree in Law or equivalence qualifications; At least three years of appropriate Victim Empowerment experience in the NGO sector or at community level; minimum of three years’ experience at Project Management level. JOB SKILL SPECIFICATIONS • Good understanding of Vhavenda and Tsonga culture • Good communication skills • Leadership skills • Counselling, Computer literacy in word processing, database management and spreadsheet • High standard of writing English • Legal Training • Driver’s License Remuneration is dependent on experience and qualifications. Interested applicants should forward a letter of interest and a detailed CV to: or hand deliver at House No. 2, Old Embassy Ground, Sibasa. Applications are due on 11 March 2013 at 16h00 pm.

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



Vacancies / Tenders

To advertise your Vacancy or Tender on this page, contact Pieter, George or Yolanda at tel: (015) 516 4996 or Fax: 015 516 2303

REQUIREMENTS: • A diploma /Degree in Tourism. • A minimum of five (5) year experience in tourism. • Computer literacy. • Professional knowledge of relevant legislation on tourism. • Valid code o8 drivers licence. • Good communication skills. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Prepare tourist or visitor information. • Producing promotional material and displays. • Managing budgets. • Writing reports, business plans and press releases statement. • Compiling and updating statistics of tourist. • Undertaking day-to-day Centre management and administration of information centre. • Liaising with local with local businesses and the media. • Market research on tourism and other opportunities. • Update tourism website /identify market tourism attraction. • Development and management of tourism strategies/plan • Development of tourism program • Co-ordination of tourism activities • Implementation of tourism program • Marketing of municipality as a land of legend • Organizing tourism stake holders • Monitoring LED LEARNERS • Responsibility for the Municipality attractions areas and heritage site DEPARTMENT: DIVISION: POSITION: POST LEVEL: NUMBER OF POST: SALARY SCALE:


REQUIREMENTS: • Grade 12 certificate plus Mathematical Literacy. • Two years relevant experience. • Must have client services skills. • Good written and verbal communication skills. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Relocation of beacons. • Bush clearing. • Filing of general plans and survey diagrams. • Providing survey related information to the Public. • Perform all duties and functions delegated by supervisor. DEPARTMENT: DIVISION: POSITION: POST LEVEL: NUMBER OF POST: ANNUAL SALARY:


REQUIREMENTS: • Degree or National Diploma in building science or Equivalent. • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in related field of manager level. • Communication interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of team. • Comprehension knowledge of all housing policies. • Knowledge of national, provincial local policies related to implementation housing Project. RESPONSIBILITIES: • To provide general housing administration to communicates. • To render building service functions. • Construction of municipal buildings and maintenance. • Formulate local housing policies and support programmers to beneficiaries and other institutions. • Preside over staff meetings and attend management and standing committee meetings dealing staff and work related issues. • Compile all informal housing Demand Database / housing waiting list by insuring social survey are carried out which will assist beneficiary movement within settlement and the planning or housing projects. • Oversee the management and control of informal settlement and implementation of housing projects. DEPARTMENT: DIVISION: POSITION: POST LEVEL: NUMBER OF POST: ANNUAL SALARY:


REQUIREMENTS: • Grade 12 certificate and N3\electrical\mechanical engineering or equivalent. • Able to Read and write. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Perform any general work allocate to them. • Assisting on maintenance and installation of municipal building lights, traffic lights and lights. • Any other duties delegated by the supervisor. DEPARTMENT: DIVISION: POSITION: POST LEVEL: NUMBER OF POST: ANNUAL SALARY:


REQUIREMENTS: • National diploma in Mechanical engineering or Mechanical trade diploma plus N3 or equivalent. • 5 years managerial experience in mechanical workshop. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Perform maintenance or repair on all vehicle, machinery for Thulamela Municipality. • Perform supply chain management activities such as sealing for quotations, spares etc. • Ordering of spares. • Inspection of repairs done by private companies. • Providing of requisition and order. • Supervision. • Reporting all activities to senior manager. • Attend management meetings. DEPARTMENT: DIVISION: POSITION: POST LEVEL: NUMBER OF POST: ANNUAL SALARY:


REQUIREMENTS: • Grade 12 certificate and (2) two years’ experience in related field. • Able to work under pressure. • Semi-skilled in building work, driving or mechanical work. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Assisting the artisan, operators during execution of works. • Maintenance of the camp (i.e. cleaning etc.). • Assist the working teams with general work. NB: Fraudulent qualifications or documents will immediately disqualify any application. An application letter and a comprehensive CV with certified copies of certificates to be forwarded to: The Municipal Manager, P/Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 or may be handed in at office no: 130b during working hours. For administrative enquiries contact: Kwinda K.H &Muthaphuli A.S @015 962 7568/7699. The closing date is 28 March 2013. Should you not be contacted within 30 days after the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. MUNICIPAL MANAGER MATHIVHA M.H.

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

TENDER NO. 4 OF 2013 MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF ALL COUNCIL AIR CONDITIONERS Suitable service providers are invited to tender for the maintenance and operation of all Council Air Conditioners. Bidders are requested to bid as per specification attached to the bid documents that will be obtainable on 12 March 2013 at the Procurement Office No. B043 upon payment of a non-refundable amount of R200,00. A compulsory briefing session will be held on Friday, 15 March 2013 at 10:00 at Council Chamber, Ground Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. Completed bid documents signed by a duly authorised person, sealed in an envelope clearly marked “Tender No. 4 of 2013: Maintenance and Operation of all Council Air Conditioners” must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the tender box at the foyer of the main entrance to the Civic Centre by not later than 12:00 on Wednesday, 3 April 2013 when all tenders received will be opened in public in the Executive Committee Chamber, First Floor, Civic Centre, No. 83 Krogh Street, Makhado. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of submission thereof. Submitted tenders will be evaluated on 80/20 score points. Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned or submitted in pencil or by telegraph or facsimile or electronically by e-mail, or not having the following documents attached for evaluation or not complying with the tender specifications, will not be evaluated and will be disqualified: • Original valid Tax Clearance Certificate • A certified copy of Company Registration Certificate • Certified copy/copies of company owner(s) ID Book(s) • Proof of registration with ECB • BEE Certificate (Only for Preferential points) All technical enquiries can be directed to the Director Technical Services, Mr T.E Ralulimi or Mr S Jansen (015) 519 3000, while procurement enquiries should be directed to Mr N A Mathivha or Mr R.L Moswathupaat (015) 519 3044/3171. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado Notice No: 24/2013 File No: 8/3/2/1120


Private Bag X5066 Thohoyandou 0950 Limpopo Province INVITATION TO BID Tel: (015) 962 7500 BID NO 28/2012/13 RENTAL AND MAINTENANCE Fax: (015) 962 4020 OF HIGH VOLUME PRINTERS (3 YEARS CONTRACT) (015) 962 5328



Thulamela Municipality hereby invites experienced service providers for the rental and maintenance of high volume printers and settlement of existing printers. Bid documents will be available as from 11th March 2013 between 08h00 and 15h30 upon non-refundable cash payment of R195.00 per document at Procurement office No.02 Thulamela Municipality, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou, 0950. A compulsory briefing session will be held once on the 14 March 2013 at 11hoo in the municipal boardroom Interested service providers will be expected to submit tender documents with the following compulsory requirements: • Original Valid Tax Clearance Certificate Issued by SARS • Company Registration Documents • Proof of updated payments of all the services in the municipality in which the business is registered or the owner of business resides not older than 3 months and not in arrears for more than 90 days. Where possible we also request to be provided with the company profile. NB: Service providers must submit their BBBEE Verification certificate from verification agency accredited by South African accreditation system (SANAS) or a registered auditor approved by the Independent Regulatory Board (IRBA) or an Accounting Officer as contemplated in the corporation act (CCA) in order to claim preference points. Bids will be assessed under the provisions of the following Acts and its Regulations: Municipal Finance Management Act, (Act 56 of 2003); Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act 5 of 2000) Supply Chain Management Policy of the municipality in accordance with the specifications and in terms of 90:10 preferential points system. Sealed bids must be submitted in envelopes clearly indicating “Bid NO.28/2012/13 RENTAL AND MAINTENANCE OF HIGH VOLUME PRINTERS AND SETTLEMENT OF EXISTING MACHINES” on the outside and must reach the undersigned by depositing it into the official Bid Box at the front of the main entrance to the Civic Centre, by no later than 11h00 on the 29 March 2013. All Bids received will be opened in public in the Municipality’s Board Room, Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou. The Municipality is not bound to accept the lowest or any Bid and reserves the right to accept any part of a Bid. Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days after closing date of the submission thereof. Administrative bid enquiries can be made with Ms Mudau P, Mr Chauke H.D AND Ms Shandukani V at 015 962 7525/7622 and technical enquiries can be made with Mr Sithole TD, Neluheni NP 015 962 7678/7606 Bids which are late, incomplete, unsigned, completed by pencil, sent by telegraph, facsimile, electronically (Fax), or E- mail and without the compulsory requirements will be disqualified. MR MATHIVHA M.H. MUNICIPAL MANGER


8 March 2013 21 By Kaizer Nengovhela

By Ndivhuwo Musetha

Disabled Maelula boy needs a new wheelchair

Tshakhuma Offence punish Tshedza Tshakhuma Real Offence team would get promotion this belani Matshepete, said: “I am walloped Tshedza FC 6-0 dur- year as they were working hard very happy about the perforing their league game played to make sure that they retained mance of our team. I follow at the Shayandima soccer the top spot and win in the them everywhere; they plan to grounds on Saturday. play-offs. make sure that they get extra Real Offence’s goals were One of the team’s fans, Ra- motivation from us, their fans.” scored by Asivhanzhi Muthubi (two), Mulisa Luvhengo, Ricardo Muriri, Victor Mukhaukhau and Benny Luvhengo. At half time, Offence were leading 1-0, after a goal by Mukhaukhau. This is Real Offence’s third year of campaigning in the Castle league and they won their stream in the previous two years. They failed to gain promotion to the Vodacom league, however, after they were knocked out of the play-off games. The team’s captain, The captain of Tshakhuma Real Offence, Khuthadzo Mukomafhedzi Mukomafhedzi, said (left), kicks the ball away from a Tshedza player during their game he believed that his played at Shayandima on Saturday.

Life has never been easy for the 16-year-old Fhatuwani Maphaha of Maelula Zwiguguni village in the Nzhelele area, but he is determined to meet the challenges. He was born with several defects, which means that the young man cannot walk or sit upright. According to his mother, Mrs Joyce Maphaha Fhatuwani, they desperately need assistance. “I use all his grant money to buy disposable nappies. The money is not enough, because he also needs clothes and he has other special needs," she says. She also complains that the wheelchair he is currently using is too small and needs to be repaired. “I carry him on my back, but ideally he needs a bigger and better quality wheelchair that will make his life easier," she says. The mother says that she is struggling and can only afford a bag of mealie meal "so that he does not go to bed with an empty stomach. I need assistance because I believe that my son deserves to enjoy life.” According to her, she gets very upset when people look at Fhatuwani and pities him. "He must be treated with respect like any other normal human being, because if people show that they feel pity for Joyce Maphaha carries her disabled son, him, he withdraws and acts strangely, thinking that he is an outcast and a useless person." Fhatuwani.

Capricorn College for FET


Central Office

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

ISO 9001:2008 Certificated

16 Market Street, 0699 POLOKWANE, Private Bag X9674, 0700 POLOKWANE Tel: 015 291 3118/5 • Fax: 015 291 2767

INVITATION TO REGISTER ON THE DATABASE FOR ACCREDITED TRAINING PROVIDERS: CCFET /2013/05 Capricorn College for FET invites accredited service providers who wish to offer vocational skills to be registered in the database of Training Service Providers. The following are areas targeted for skills or qualifications through Learnership and Skills Programmes Business Management

Public Relations Services

Leatherwork programmes

Hair Dressing

Human Resource Management and Practices Support

Community Development

Health & Beauty (manicure and pedicure)


Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development

Geographic Information System


Community Health Work

Environmental and Earth Science

Farm Management



Plant Production

Tourism: Guiding

End-User Computing


Hospitality Reception

Transport and Logistics

Building and Civil Construction


Professional Driving

Photographic Services

Project Management

Road Transport

Youth Development

Business Administration Services

New Venture Creations



Early Childhood Development

Vehicle servicing ( Motor repair)


Financial Management


Mixed Farming

Food Preparation

Bricklaying and Plastering

Animal Production

Computerized Financial System


Chicken Farming

Community Health Work


Cleaning services

Child and Youth Care Work

Office Administration

Job seeking Skills

Corporate Behavior


Water and Sanitation

Accommodation Services

Lifting Machine Operation

Occupational Health and Safety

General Travel

Road Transport Supervision


Mining Related Programmes

Tiling and Paving

Home Based Care

Fitter and Turner

Clothing manufacturing

Office etiquette


POLOKWANE CAMPUS Die Meer Street POLOKWANE, 0699 Tel: 015 287 0400 Fax: 015 287 0439

SENWABARWANA CAMPUS Senwabarwana Main Street SENWABARWANA, 0790 Tel: 015 505 3172 Fax: 015 505 3174

SESHEGO CAMPUS 1919 Freedom Drive SESHEGO, 0742 Tel: 015 223 0006 Fax: 015 223 5187

QUOTATION NO. DESCRIPTION CLOSING DATE MAK0000177/2012-2013 Request for Quotation for the Waste management 15 March 2013 at 12H00 Training MAK0000178/2012-2013 Request for Quotation for the Painting Training 15 March 2013 at 12H00 MAK0000179/2012-2013 Request for Quotation for the Assets management 15 March 2013 at 12H00 Training Please Note: 1. Specifications of the quotations and MBD 6.1 and MBD 4 can be downloaded from the municipal website or a hard copy can be obtained from Supply Chain Management office B043, Civic Centre, No.83 Krogh Street, Makhado Municipality. 2. For more information, enquiries must be directed to Ms TP Ntsieni or Mr M Ramabulana at 015 519 3179/3129 during office hours. Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado IP MUTSHINyALI MUNICIPAL MANAGER

Notice No: 28/2013 File No: 8/3/2/1


Creating future leaders

Bids are hereby invited from capacitated service providers with a good reputation, in providing the services listed hereunder ought to be aligned with University of Venda Corporate Identity manual:


Tender No. UNIV/ADVERT-2013

 Assist in identifying strategic public adverting spaces in the print and electronic media  Provide a strategic advertising plan for 2013 to 2016  Have the ability to research, write and design adverts with creative flare for print, broadcast, online and new media  Produce appealing, catchy messages  Meet with UNIVEN Communication and Marketing staff regularly to ensure the timely dissemination and implementation of advertising materials.


Tender No. UNIV/CI-2013

 Production of letterheads, business cards, complimentary slips, envelopes  Design and production of folders  Design of email signature and corporate PowerPoint slides  Design, layout and production of annual report  Design, layout and production of the Vice-Chancellor's Annual Review  Professional photography for the annual report and provide a library of professional photographs for future use  Design and production of in-house newsletter  Design and production of marketing collaterals  Design and production of corporate calendars and diaries. Tender documents would be available for collection as of Monday 04 March 2013 during working hours (8:30 to 16:30 Monday to Friday) at Procurement Office No. 51, Facilities Management Building, University of Venda. A non-refundable tender deposit of R1000 is required on collection of the tender document, payable in cash at the University of Venda Finance Department or deposited at ABSA Bank, Account number 1 000 000 538 and reference number 00015615. A compulsory tender briefing session will be held on Friday 11 March 2013 at 14h00 at the Art Gallery building, University of Venda in Thohoyandou, in which copies of the University of Venda Corporate Identity Manual would be distributed. Any service provider who fails to attend tender briefing session would be disqualified. Complete Bid documents must be sealed in an envelope marked UNIVEN ADVERTISING, Tender No: UNIV/ADVERT-2013 or UNIV/CI-2013, should be deposited in the tender box located at the University of Venda, Facilities Management Building not later than Friday 12 April 2013, l5hOO, where tenders would be registered in public. Tenders can, however be delivered by courier service and deposited into the tender box by the courier representative. No late tender submission, postal, facsimile or any other form of submission would be accepted. Enquiries can be directed to Azwifarwi Magwabeni (015)9628366, email, or Takalani Dzaga at (015) 962 8670, email

gear advertising

NB. Applications are to be accompanied by Company profiles, registrations and current SARS Certificates. Submissions to be hand delivered, couriered and / or posted to Central office, 16 Market Street, Private Bag x 9674 POLOKWANE 0700 as from 04 March to 28 March 2013. Telegraphic facsimile or other similar transmissions will not be accepted. All enquiries must be directed to M. M Mabusela and Mr. NS Mpashi on 015 291 3115/8 during office hours. CEO/PRINCIPAL Madzhie KR



22 8 March 2013 Fixtures

Muraleni Rebellions to face Young Eagles Muraleni Young Rebellions will fight for Limpopo Dairy league points with Maebane Young Eagles at the Muraleni grounds tomorrow (Saturday). The other matches in the same league are: Ravele Highlanders vs Manavhela Real Fighters, Gogobole Bucs vs Muduluni Young Chiefs, Tshikhodobo Barcelona vs Makhitha Iyarunga, Ramantsha vs Holy of Holies, Muraleni United Brothers vs Maebane Peace Makers, Benny’s Sport Development vs Gogobole Home Defenders, Madombidzha Try Again vs Ramatsha Lotavha, Maebane Aces United vs Manavhela Black Aces, Ravele Black Dragons vs Kutama Young Stars and Madombidzha Celtic vs Midoroni Real Hearts. The Magwaba Bus Service matches are: Maelula New Mates vs JK Masetoni United, Dopeni Mighty Comrades vs Raliphaswa Rolling Stones, A local clergyman, pastor Nyelisani Phaswana of the Word of Faith Christian Church’s Matshavhawe United vs Vuvha Kill Them All, Phadzima branch, walked almost 30 kilometre to protest against the escalation of road accidents Tshikomabani Super Stars vs Dopeni United, and the high rate of crime in the area. Phaswana and three members of his church started their Mandala Happy Boys vs Kokwane Footprint, long walk at Phadzima at 04:00 and finished at around 13:30 at Makhado town two weeks ago. Mavhunga Home Sweepers vs Phadzima Shinning “Road accidents have robbed many people of their parents, friends and children. Let’s unite Stars, Sangoma Black Robbers vs Mauluma All and ask for the Lord’s protection and wisdom on our roads,” said Phaswana. “The time has Stars, Vuvha Young Stars vs Matshavhawe Come arrived for the community and the police to take hands in order to fight crime aggressively to See, Matshavhawe United vs Vuvha Kill them and pro-actively in an organized and results-driven manner. The alternative is that we will be All, Fondwe Mighty Blues vs Khakhu Young too scared to live in this ,” he said. In the photo, from left to right, are Gladsy Lethole, pastor Chiefs, Sheshe Bush Bucs vs Khakhu Fast XI, Tshifume Self Defence vs Mphephu Naughty Boys, Nyelisani Phaswana, Joyce Ramukosi and Dorcus Phophi. Mphephu Hot Spurs vs Mphaila Young Ticarpentry installations • Ensure maintenance planning and execution of all maintenance tasks • Be responsible for the safety aspects of all subordinates gers, Lugisani Arse• Be responsible for all equipment and spares in the section to ensure nal vs Treemer Boys, optimal performance and minimal breakdowns • Maintain safety standards Matanda Rockers vs in line with VDM risk standards. District Municipality Nzhelele Home SweepARTISAN: BRICKLAYER ers, Makungwi Acron vs In its endeavour to support municipalities in South Africa, the Municipal Salary scale: R71 000 - R120 000 per annum Nzhelele United Stars, Infrastructure Support Agent (MISA) has entered into a partnership Requirements: • A Trade diploma or equivalent in Bricklaying • At least Thononda All Stars vs with the Vhembe District Municipality to address skills challenges 3 years’ experience in bricklaying, shuttering and related builders’ work on constraining the District’s performance of its constitutional obligations water supply and waste water infrastructure • A good understanding of the FJ Napoli, Khalavha regarding water services delivery. relevant municipal legislative framework • Computer literacy • Technical, Napoli vs Tshikhudo In this regard, the Vhembe District Municipality invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill vacant positions within its establishment. The qualified candidates will initially be contracted to MISA for a period of two years after which they will be absorbed in the Vhembe District Municipality organisational structure as per the service level agreement. Vhembe District Municipality is an equal opportunity and affirmative action Employer. Persons designated in terms of applicable legislations as historically disadvantaged South Africans as well as people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

ARTISANS: MECHANICAL (7 POSTS) Salary scale: R71 000 - R120 000 per annum Requirements: • A Trade diploma or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering • At least 3 years’ experience in maintenance of water supply and waste water mechanical infrastructure • A good understanding of the relevant municipal legislative framework • Computer literacy • Technical, administration and communication skills • A valid Code 08 driver’s licence • Preparedness to work under pressure and beyond scheduled timeframes (including weekends and public holidays) Key performance areas: • Carry out repairs of pumps • Carry out new mechanical installations • Perform routine servicing of all mechanical equipment • Ensure maintenance planning and execution of all maintenance tasks • Be responsible for the safety aspects of all subordinates • Be responsible for all equipment and spares in the section to ensure optimal performance and minimal breakdowns • Maintain safety standards in line with VDM risk standards.

ARTISANS: ELECTRICIANS (5 POSTS) Salary scale: R71 000 - R120 000 per annum Requirements: • A Trade diploma or equivalent in Electrical Engineering • At least 3 years’ experience in maintenance of water supply and waste water electrical infrastructure • A good understanding of the relevant municipal legislative framework • Computer literacy • Technical, administration and communication skills • A valid Code 08 driver’s licence • Preparedness to work under pressure and beyond scheduled timeframes (including weekends and public holidays). Key performance areas: • Carry out repairs of electrical motors and switchgear • Carry out new electrical installations • Perform routine servicing of all electrical equipment • Ensure maintenance planning and execution of all maintenance tasks • Be responsible for the safety aspects of all subordinates • Be responsible for all equipment and spares in the section to ensure optimal performance and minimal breakdowns • Maintain safety standards in line with VDM risk standards.

ARTISANS: PLUMBERS (7 POSTS) Salary scale: R71 000 - R120 000 per annum Requirements: • A Trade diploma or equivalent in Plumbing • At least 3 years’ experience in plumbing maintenance on water supply and waste water infrastructure • A good understanding of the relevant municipal legislative framework • Computer literacy • Technical, administration and communication skills • A valid Code 08 driver’s licence • Preparedness to work under pressure and beyond scheduled timeframes (including weekends and public holidays). Key performance areas: • Carry out plumbing repairs on all water and waste water infrastructure • Carry out new plumbing installations • Ensure maintenance planning and execution of all maintenance tasks • Be responsible for the safety aspects of all subordinates • Be responsible for all equipment and spares in the section to ensure optimal performance and minimal breakdowns • Maintain safety standards in line with VDM risk standards.

ARTISANS: CARPENTERS (2 POSTS) Salary scale: R71 000 - R120 000 per annum Requirements: • A Trade Diploma or equivalent in Carpentry • At least 3 years’ experience in carpentry, shuttering and related carpentry work on water supply and waste water infrastructure • A good understanding of the relevant municipal legislative framework • Computer literacy • Technical, administration and communication skills • A valid Code 08 driver’s licence • Preparedness to work under pressure and beyond scheduled timeframes (including weekends and public holidays). Key performance areas: • Carry out carpentry repairs on all water and waste water infrastructure as well as municipal buildings • Carry out new Human Communications 96641

administration and communication skills • A valid Code 08 driver’s licence • Preparedness to work under pressure and beyond scheduled timeframes (including weekends and public holidays).

Key performance areas: • Carry out all builders’ work and repairs on all water and waste water infrastructure as well as municipal buildings • Carry out new building works • Ensure maintenance planning and execution of all maintenance tasks • Be responsible for the safety aspects of all subordinates • Be responsible for all equipment and spares in the section to ensure optimal performance and minimal breakdowns • Maintain safety standards in line with VDM risk standards.

PROCESS CONTROLLERS: WASTE WATER TREATMENT (17 POSTS) Salary scale: R71 000 - R120 000 per annum Requirements: • A National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry, Water Care, N6 in Chemical Engineering, or equivalent qualification • Experience in operation and management of processes in waste water treatment will be an added advantage • Laboratory exposure in waste water treatment-related parameters • Computer literacy • Preparedness to work under pressure and beyond scheduled timeframes and in a shift cycle • A valid Code 08 driver’s licence. Key performance areas: • Ensure operation of waste water treatment plant at all levels including chemical dosing points • Determine parameters in the laboratory such as COD, BOD, Nitrogen content in waste water effluent • Ensure control of infrastructure components (including electrical and mechanical equipment) • Manage subordinate staff • Execute any other duties as assigned.

PROCESS CONTROLLERS: WATER TREATMENT (17 POSTS) Salary scale: R71 000 - R120 000 per annum Requirements: • A National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry, Water Care, N6 in Chemical Engineering, or equivalent qualification • Experience in operation and management of processes in water treatment will be an added advantage • Laboratory exposure in water treatment-related parameters • Computer literacy • Preparedness to work under pressure and beyond scheduled timeframes and in a shift cycle • A valid Code 08 driver’s licence. Key performance areas: • Ensure operation of water treatment plant at all levels including chemical dosing points • Determine parameters in the laboratory such as COD, BOD, Nitrogen content in water treatment • Ensure control of infrastructure components (including electrical and mechanical equipment) • Manage subordinate staff • Execute any other duties as assigned. __________________________________________________________ Important information for applicants to take note of: Forward your application to the Municipal Manager; Vhembe District Municipality, Private Bag X5006, Thohoyandou 0950 or deliver by hand at the Registry Office, Vhembe District Municipality, Old Parliament Building, Government Complex (next to the Khoroni Hotel). Applications must be submitted on the signed VDM HR application form, obtainable on the website (, accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of Identity Document, driver’s licence and qualifications. Applications without the above will not be considered. Vhembe District Municipality reserves the right to/not to make appointments. If no response is received from Vhembe District Municipality 90 days after the closing date, it must be regarded that the application was unsuccessful. Correspondence regarding advertised positions will be limited to successful candidates only. NB: • Candidates will be subjected to personnel suitability checks, including qualifications, employment, credit, criminal records, company ownership/ directorship and reference checks • All the artisan’s application documents to include the trade testing certificate. Applications received without the trade test certificates will not be considered • Faxed and e-mailed applications will not be accepted • Applications received after the closing date and time will not be considered • Fraudulent qualifications or documentation will immediately disqualify an applicant • Direct or indirect canvassing for preferential treatment will lead to immediate disqualification of the relevant applicant • Successful candidates will be expected to enter into an annual performance agreement/contract with the Municipal Manager for each financial year for the duration of the employment relationship. Enquiries on the above should be directed to the Recruitment Officer at (015) 960-2042. Closing date: 1 April 2013

First Professionals and Mandiwana Soccer Academy vs Fundudzi United Brothers. The Vho-Makhadzi Funerals fixtures are: Vhangani Freedom Celebraties vs Doli Anchors, Musha See Robbers vs Mission Young Rovers, Tshipuseni All Stars vs Gwamasenga, Tshkhuma Peace Makers vs Tshakhuma Fenele, Valdezia Malumbete Express vs Mariadze Shooting Stars, Tshitavhadulu Elemel United vs Mutsha Atlantis,Tshakhuma Blue Birds vs Mashau Thenga Black Lions,Tshimbupfe Fighting Cats vs Tshirululuni XI Bullets,Tshivhulani Real Aces vs Vuwani Liverpool, Tshino United Brothers vs Bofulamato United, Malonga Sport Academy vs Nesengani United, Hanani Home Fighters vs Madombi Home Boys, Ramukhuba vs Tshitungulwane Reformed, Ramovha Tigers vs Mabidi Mighty Greens and Tshivhazwaulu Soccer Academy vs Makhasa United. The Elim Super Spar matches are: Nthabalala Super XI vs Mufeba United, Makulana Green Dreams vs Thanwana Celtics, Mukondeni Shooting Stars vs Muwaweni Lucky Stars, Kwaaidraai Rhodes vs Sereni Home Boys, Nthabalala United vs Gumani Young Stars, Slanger Juventus vs Muila FC, Manyima Mars Brothers vs Pfananani Home Defenders, Mukondeni Ratanang vs Muila Shooting Stars,Madaddzhi Eversmilling vs Mulima FC, VK Mulima FC vs Thothololo Continentals, Masakona United vs Maindis Express, Mpheni Hungry Lions vs Basani Arrow Chiefs, Zabalaza Home Boys vs Waterval All Stars, Nwaxinyamani All Stars vs Elim Blackpool, Wata Peace Makers vs Waterval Young Tigers, Mathlari vs Mabedengwa United, Khomanani vs Bungeni Young Diplomats, Ribola Mountain Rangers vs Valdezia Juventus, Nwaxinyamani United vs Matsila Morning Sweepers and Waterval Super Strikers vs Valdezia Santos.

By Frank Mavhungu

Basel, United in Vhembe derby The Makwarela Stadium will be Lephalale Young Killers at the Lesthe centre of attraction tomorrow ley Manyathela Stadium in Musina. afternoon. That is where the much- Things are fast moving from bad to talked about Safa second division worse in the camp of Nobela. They league match between the Vhembe have been donating points at home District-based sides, Basel FC and and away in the past weeks. Rospa United, will be staged. Phungo All Stars will play against Should they fail to collect the Ray Pillars at the Makhado Eltivillas maximum points in the match, Basel’s ground. The Dolphins will entertain title hopes will be shattered. They are Mosesetjane All Stars at the Seshego currently lying in the third position on Stadium, while Winners Park will the log. Anything less than victory meet Blue Rocks at the Mahwelereng will do Basel more harm than good as Stadium in Mokopane on Sunday they are still mourning their 0-3 away afternoon. defeat last weekend at the hands of Giyani Hotspurs. On the other hand, Rospa United are sharpened to kill after collecting the full points at the expense of Modimolle Aces, whom they beat 2-1 at the Univen Stadium last Saturday. Rospa United are on the safe side in as far as relegation is concerned. The Basel strikers, Walter Ramulondi and Velile Mdaka, will not find it easy against the Rospa defence, which is marshalled by Terrance Maluleke and James Maila. In the other matches in the same league that will also be played tomorrow afternoon, Baobab Zero Fake will take on Giyani Hotspurs at the Nkowankowa Stadium in Tzaneen. The pace setters, Baroka FC, will try their luck against Modimolle Aces at the Ephraim Mohale Stadium in Modimolle. The struggling Nobela All Stars will host Rospa United´s left back, Terrance Maluleke.


8 March 2013 23 Ridgeway College competed at an Inter Schools Athletics Competition held at Mitchell House in Polokwane on 9 February and came home with 13 medals. The winners of the medals are at the back, from left to right, Phuluso Mawela (bronze, 1500m), Justice Chirandu (gold, 400m, 800m, 1500m), Musa Mukansi (silver, 1500m). Middle: Mashudu Nemutandani (silver, 100m), Thabelo Davhana (gold 400m, silver, 800m) m, Takalani Muedi (silver, shotput) Karabo Manuga (silver, 400m). Front: Jadie McCleod (silver, 200m), Mpfariseni Maphalaphatwa (silver, long jump) and Pfunzo Legoale (bronze, 400m). Photo supplied.

Ridgeway College competed in the Inter Schools Athletics Competition for Independent Schools at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on 31 January and the following students won medals during the meeting. Back: Katen Barnard (bronze in high jump); middle Jadie McCleod (gold 100m), Musa Mukansi (silver 1500m, silver 800m and bronze 400m) and in front is Nicola Foord (bronze, 1500m). Photo supplied.



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

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

UITNODIGING NA OPENBARE VERGADERING EN VIR VOORLEGGINGS: VERSKEIE MUNISIPALE KONSEPVERORDENINGE Die Makhado Munisipaliteit rig hiermee uitnodiging aan geintereseerde persone, Wykskomitees, Tradisionele Rade, en belangegroepe om geskrewe kommentaar in te dien op die volgende hersiene Konsep-verordeninge. Publieke vergaderings word gehou op die datums aangetoon teenoor elke Verordening Beskrywing/naam van konsepverordening

Doelstelling van kosepverordening in kort opsomming formaat

Datum en plek van openbare vergadering

1. Verordeninge vir die Beheer Die doel van die Verordening is om die Raad in staat te stel om 12 April 2013 van Tydelike Advertensies en *aktiwiteite te bestuur en reguleer wat verband hou met tydelike advertensies, pamflette Pamflette en baniere in strate in die munisipale gebied,(uitgesluit aktiwiteite wat ingevolge die Verordeninge vir Buitelig Tekens (advertering en ander) bestuur word) *om voorsiening te maak vir enige saak verbandhoudend daarmee

INVITATION FOR PUBLIC HEARING AND SUBMISSIONS The Makhado Municipality invites interested people, ward committees, Traditional Councils and other stakeholders to submit written comments on the following Draft Reviewed By-Laws. Public meetings will be held on the dates indicated against each bylaw. Description / Name of the by-law 1. Control of temporary advertisement and pamphlets by-laws

2. Public Health By-Law

2. Verordeninge vir Publieke Die doel van die Verordening is om die Raad in staat te stel om die langtermyn gesond- 12 April 2013 Gesondheid heid en welstand van mense binne die munisipale gebied te beskerm en te bevorder deur (a) die verskaffing van, in sameloop met enige ander toepaslike wet, ‘n effektiewe regsen administratiewe raamwerk waarbinne die Raad (i) aktiwiteite wat potensieele teespoedige impak op openbare gesondheid het te bestuur en reguleer; en (ii) kan gelas dat persele behoorlik onderhou en bestuur word; en (b) definieering van regte en verpligtinge van die Raad en die publiek in verband met hierdie doelstelling 3. Verordeninge vir die Lisensiering en Beheer van Ondernemings wat voedsel aan die publiek verkoop (Verordeninge oor voedselhantering)

Die doel van die Verordening is om die inspekteurs te lei wat van tyd tot tyd deur die 12 April 2013 Raad aangestel is om wettig in hul kapasiteit as voedsel- inspekteurs binne die munisipale gebied op te tree by *voedselwinkels, *en enige gebou opgerig om goedere te verkoop of te vertoon verbandhoudend met voedsel *of wat vir menslike gebruik bedoel is of gebruik word in die samestelling of voorbereiding, *of artikels vir menslike gebruik

4. Verordeninge vir Boube- Die Verordening is aanvullend tot die bepalings van die Nasionale Bouregulasies en is 12 April 2013 heer van toepassing op elke gebou, riool- en water-installasie *en in verband met enige riool- of water-installasie in besonder, tot die bedryf en onderhoud van sodanige installasie in enige nuwe gebou of bestaande gebou, *met of sonder enige verandering of aanbouing tot die bestaande installasie, ongeag of sodanige verandering of aanbouing vereis word deur die Munisipaliteit in terme van die Nasionale Bouregulasies of hierdie Verordening, *en enige gebou, riool-installasie of water- installasie mag enige tyd na dit voltooi en in werking gestel is onderwerp word aan so inspeksie, goedkeuring, toets en beheer as die Munisipliteit dit nodig ag of vereis 5. Verordeninge vir Vaste Die doelstellings van die Verordening is om effek te gee aan die regte saamgevat in 12 April 2013 Afvalbestuur artikel 24 van die Konstitusie deur *afvalbestuur te reguleer binne die munisipale gebied, tesame met enige ander toepaslike wet, *n effektiewe regs- en administratiewe raamwerk te wees waarvolgens die munisipaliteit vaste afval aktiwiteite kan bestuur en reguleer *te verseker dat vaste afval voorkom word *of waar dit nie ten volle voorkom kan word nie, dit beperk, hergebruik, herwin, en beskik word in ‘n omgewings vriendelike manier *‘n effektiewe vaste afvalbestuursdiens te bevorder 6. Verordeninge vir Abattoirs

Die doel van die Verordening is dat die Raad poog om te voorsien, vestig, reguleer , 12 April 2013 bestuur en onderhou *higieniese fasiliteiete vir die ontvangs, hou en slag van diere, *om menslike behandeling van diere te verseker *om handel met gesonde en heilsame vleis in sy munisipale gebied te fasiliteer

3. Licensing and control of undertakings that sells food to public by-law(food handling By-law) 4. Building Regulation By-Law

5. Waste Management By Law

6. Abattoir by-law

Purpose and Objectives

Closing date for comments The purpose of this By-law is to enable council to mange and regulate 12 April 2013 activities that relate to temporary advertisement, pamphlets and banners in the streets within the Municipality except those that are regulated by the outdoor signs (advertising and other) By-Laws and provide for any matter incidental thereto. The purpose of this By-Law is to enable the Council to protect and pro- 12 April 2013 mote the long term health and well-being of people in the municipal area by (a) providing, in conjunction with any other applicable law, an effective legal and administrative framework within which the Council can – (i) manage and regulate activities that have the potential to impact adversely on public health; and (ii) require premises to be properly maintained and managed; and (b) Defining the rights and obligations of the Council and the public in relation to this purpose. To guide the inspectors appointed by council to act from time to time law- 12 April 2013 fully in their capacity as food inspectors within the Municipal area at food shops are any building constructed to be used to sell and display goods in conjunction with food or which is intended for human consumption or used in the composition or preparation of articles for human consumption. This By-Law is supplementary to the National Building Regulations and is 12 April 2013 applicable to every building, sewerage installation and water installation and, in relation to any sewerage installation or water installation in particular, to the operation and maintenance of such installation in any new building or existing building, with or without any alteration of or addition to the existing installation, whether or not such alteration or addition is required by the Municipality in terms of the National Building Regulations or this By-Law and any building, sewerage installation or water installation may at any time after its completion and commissioning be subject to such inspection, approval, tests and control as the Municipality may deem fit or require. The objectives of this By-Laws are to give effect to the right contained 12 April 2013 in section 24 of the Constitution by regulating waste management within the area of the municipality’s jurisdiction; in conjunction with any other applicable law, an effective legal and administrative framework, within which the Municipality can manage and regulate waste management activities and ensure that waste is avoided or where it cannot be altogether avoided, minimised, reused, recycled, recovered, and disposed of in an environmental sound manner and promote and an effective delivery of waste services. The Council seeks to provide, establish, regulate, manage and maintain 12 April 2013 hygienic facilities for the receiving, holding and slaughtering of animals, to ensure the humane treatment of animals and to facilitate the trading of healthy and wholesome meat in its municipal area.

Openbare vergaderings word soos volg gehou: Vuwani-streek - 29 April 2013 Plek: Vuwani Gemeenskapsaal, Vuwani Tyd: 10H00 Waterval-Streek- 30 April 2013 Plek: Bungeni Gemmenskapsaal, Bungeni Tyd: 10H00 Makhado-Streek- 06 Mei 2013 Plek: Skousaal, Sibasa-pad, Makhado Tyd: 10H00 Dzanani-Streek- 7 Mei 2013 Plek: Ramavhoya Show Ground Tyd: 10H00 Navrae kan gerig word aan Me T S Ndou, Direkteur Korporatiewe Ondersteunings- en Deeldienste by bogemelde addres of per e-pos na of per faksimilie na 015 516 1195. Bykomend tot geskrewe voorleggings, dui asseblief aan u moontlike belangstelling om ‘n mondelinge aanbieding tydens die openbare vergadering proses te doen wat gedurende April 2013 gehou word. Afskrifte van die Konsepverordeninge is verkrygbaar by Constance Senoamadi by telefoonnommer 015 519 3020, of op die munisipale webblad, of by kantoor nommer C048, Kroghstraat 83, Makhado.

Dates for public hearing for each region are as follows: Vuwani region: 29 April 2013 Venue: vuwani community hall Time: 10H00 Waterval region: 30 April2013 Venue: Bungeni Community Hall Time: 10H00 Makhado Region 06 May 2013 Venue: Makhado Show Hall, Sibasa Road, Makhado Time: 10H00 Dzanani Region: 07 May 2013-02-28 Venue: Ramavhoya Show Ground Time: 10H00 Enquiries can be directed to: Ms T S Ndou Director Corporate Support and Shared Services at the above-mentioned address or e-mailed to: or faxed to 015 516 1195. In addition to the written submissions, please indicate your interest in making a verbal presentation during the public hearing process envisaged to be conducted during April 2013. The closing date for written submission is Thursday, 12 April 2013 at 17h00. Copies of the By-Laws can be obtained from Constance Senoamadi on tel: 015 519 3020 or from or Office No. C048, Civic Centre, 83 Krogh Street, Makhado, 0920.

Burgersentrum Kroghstraat 83 Makhado 07 & 08 Maart 2013 Kennisgewingnr: 27 van 2013 Lêernr: 1/3/1

Civic Centre 83 Krogh Street Makhado 07 & 08 March 2013 Notice No: 27 of 2013 File No: 1/3/1




24 8 March 2013 SAB fixtures

Berea to host Joe Express at Zwigodini Berea FC will host Joe Express in a Safa Vhembe SAB league match at the Zwigodini grounds tomorrow (Saturday). The other fixures are: Musina Utd vs Muele Mountain Rangers, Dambale Manchester Utd vs Folovhodwe Stone Breakers, Matswale vs Musina Family Utd, Madimbo Northern Fighters vs Lambvi, Tshiungani Young Chiefs vs Lwathudwa Black Stars, Tshiungani Super Eagles vs Musina Lovers, Mailaskop Pull Together vs Mpheni Home Defenders, Madombidzha Arsenal vs Makhitha Oscar Stars, Vleifontein Utd vs Tshikwani Stone Breakers, Tshikota Chelsea vs Benny's Care, Madombidzha Western Stars vs Zamenkom-

ste Utd Brothers, Zoutpansberg Powerline vs Tshiozwi Dynamos, Tshifhire Northern Brothers vs Tshivhidulu Hungry Lion, Vhulaudzi Utd Brothers vs Rabali Pull Together, Tshiendeulu New Castle vs Tshikuwi Stone Breakers, Tshikuwi Academy vs FJ Napoli, Matsa Northern Stars vs Murunwa Hot Chilies, Mauluma Black Mambas vs Matanda Golden Arrows, Shanzha Continentals vs Seven Stars, Duthuni Utd Brothers vs Tshifulanani Crystal Palace, KK vs Gwamasenga Utd Bros, Shayandima Silver Stars vs Rockers, Shayandima Disco Five vs Univen, Tswinga New Generation vs Mahematshena Flying Birds, Tshisaulu vs Tshedza,

Tshakhuma RO vs Mutandani Pull Together, Dididi Flying Swallows vs Mutoti Young Stars, Dumasi Stars vs Shonisani, Vhembe FET vs Mphego Real Rovers, Table New Comers vs Maranzhe Hungry Lion, Ngwenani Young Chiefs vs Mbilwi Utd Brothers, Bokisi Happy Boys vs Muthelo, Gubhungwa Young Fighters vs Kuruleni Happy Fighters, Lambani Giant Killers vs Mudziafera Blue Eagles, Wayeni Sea Robbers vs Mashamba Benfica Utd, Vyeboom vs Mashamba Soccer Academy, Phadziri vs Lwalani, Tshiovhani Airline vs Mhokota, Sundani City Rovers vs Basani Arrow Chiefs, and Njakanjaka FC vs Masakona Utd.

Ridgeway College recently announced its student council for 2013. At the back, from left to right, are Takalani Muedi, Nabeelah Ghood, Shadrack Khorombi, David Myburgh (deputy head) and Kalpesh Dave. In front are Fatima Ayob, Hannah Waller, Godani Kgabo, Jordan McCleod (Head) and Elewani Tshikovhi. Photo supplied



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

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

THAMBO YA U THETSHELESWA NGA TSHITSHAVHA NA NETSHEDZO DZA MAKUMEDZWA Masipala wa Makhado u khou ramba vhathu vhothe na zwiimiswa zwothe nga a fhambana hazwo uri vha dise makumedzwa avho malugana na u vusuludzwa ha mveto mveto ya milawana (Draft Reviewed By-Laws). Thalutshedzo / Dzina la mulayo 1. Mulawana u langulaho khunguwedzo dza tshifhinganyana na u andadziwa ha bambiri dza kunguwedzo. 2. Mulawana u langulaho mutakalo wa tshitshavha

3. Mulawana u langulaho kufarele kwa zwiliwa

4. Mulawana u langulaho zwifhato

5. Mulawana wa ndangulo ya tshika

6. Mulawana u langaho fhethu hune zwifuwo zwa vhulahelwa hone

Ndivho na Tshipikwa

Tshinga tsho vhewaho

Ndivho ya mulawana uyu ndi u ita uri masipala / khantsele I kone u langa maitele othe a elanaho na khunguwedzo / u andadziwa ha zwithu kha mabambiri na kha dzibodo dzi re zwitaratani zwi wanalaho kha vhupo ha masipala, hezwi a zwi kateli milayo I laulaho dzinwe khunguwedzovho Ndivho ya mulawana uyu ndi u ita uri masipala a kone u tsireledza na u laula mutakalo wa vhathu vhawo lwa tshifhinga tshilapfu nga. (a) U nekedza mulawana uyu hutshi katelwa na minwe milayo I elanaho nazwo: (i) Hu laulwe maitele othe ane a nga thithisa mutakalo wa tshitshavha na; (ii) U ita uri fhethu hune ha shumelwa hone kana u bikelwa hone hu vhe hu thogomeliwaho nahone ho dzudzanyeaho. (b) U talutshedza ndugelo / pfanelo dza masipala na dza tshitshavha zwi tshi elana na mulawana uyu. U eletshedza zwipikitere zwo tholiwaho nga masipala uri vha sedze nyimele ya zwiliwa mavhengeleni na fhethu hothe hu rengiswaho na u bikiwa zwiliwa hu welaho nga fhasi ha masipala uri ho kuna na zwifhinga zwothe na hone zwiliwa zwa hone zwo lugela u nga nea tshitshavha mutakalo. Mulawana uyu u engedza ntha ha mulayo muhulwane wa National Building Regulation na uri zwifhatho zwothe zwi tea u vha nga fhasi ha ndango ya mulayo wonoyu, hezwi zwikatela na zwinwevho mulayo hoyu u fanela u thevhedzwa na uri a hongo engedzwa tshifhato / zwifhato hu songo tevhedzwa zwiga zwa mulayo uyu. Khathihi na wa National Building Regulation. Zwothe zwipikitere zwa zwifhato zwa masipala vha a zwi tola, zwa lingwa zwa kona u themendelwa na u phasiswa, hezwi zwi itwa tshifhinga tshinwe na tshinwe hune vha vhona zwo tea. Ndivho ya mulawana uyu ndi u sumbedza ndeme na themendelo ya tshipida tsha mulayo muhulwane wa shango tsha vhu 24 u itela uri ndango ya mashika kha vhupo ha masipala I vhe I langeaho zwavhudi na u nea mannda na ndugelo minwe milayo I elanaho na wonoyu hu u itela uri mashika a si tsha vha hone, a fhungudzee, a shumiswe nga huswa musi o no kunakiswa. Hezwi zwi khwinifhadza ndeme ya mashika zwa dovha zwa kunakisa mupo. Masipala u todou nekedza na u langa fhethu hu vhewaho zwifuwo na afho hune zwa vhulahelwa hone u u itela u rengisa nama. Hezwi zwi khou itelwa uri vhathu vha fare zwavhudi zwifuwo zwi saathu vhulawa na uri vhupo hothe henefho hune zwifuwo zwa vhulahelwa hone hu vhe havhudi u itela mutakalo wa vhathu vha welaho nga fhasi ha vhupo ha masipala wa Makhado.

12 Lambamai 2013

BOIPILETSO BJA DITHEELETSO TSA PHATLATSA LE DITSHISHINYO Masepala wa Makhado o ipiletsa go batho bao ba nago le kgahlego, dikomiti tsa mabato, makgotla a meshate le batsea-karolo ba bangwe go tlisha ditshishinyo tseo di ngwadilwego mabapi le Melawana-kakanywa ye e latelago. Dikopano di tla swarwa phatlalatsa go ya ka matsatsi ao a beakanyeditswego Molawana o mongwe le o mongwe: Leina la Molawana 1. Molawana wa Taolo ya lebakanyana ya go kwalakwatso le diphamfolete.

12 Lambamai 2013 2. Molawana wa Tshepedisho ya tsa maphelo go bohle

12 Lambamai 2013 3. Molawana wa Tumelelo le taolo ya ditshepedisho tsa thekisho ya dijo 12 Lambamai 2013

12 Lambamai 2013

12 Lambamai 2013

4. Molawana wa Tshepedisho le taolo ya meago.

5. Molawana wa Taolo ya matlakala

6. Molawana wa maselaga


Lebaka leo le begilwego Maikemishetso ka Molawana wo ke go kgontsha Lekgotla go laola le 12 Moranang 2013 go sepedisha merero malebana le phatlalatso ya lebakanyana ya dingwalwa and le di-phamfolete mo ditseleng tsa Masepala, ntle le tseo di laolwago goba di sepedishwago ka maswao-tshupetso (tsa phatlalatso le tse dingwe) ke Molawana wo le tse dingwe tseo di amanago le wona. Maikemishetso ka Molawana wo ke go kgontsha Lekgotla go shireletsa 12 Moranang 2013 le go tswetsa pele ga lebaka le le telele la Bophelo bjo bokaone bja batho ka gare go Masepala: Go tlisha ga mmogo le melao ye mengwe, phethagatsa-semmusho ya malebana le seemo sa Tshepedisho-taolo yeo ka yona Lekgotla le ka kgonagoGo laola le go sepedisha merero ya tsa maphelo go bohle; Go gapeletsa le go hlohleletsa tshwaro le taolo ya maleba ya mafelo; le gona Go hlatholla ditokelo le maikarabelo a Lekgotla le kgokagano le setshaba. Maikemishetso ka Molawana wo ke go hlahla Balekodi ba Lekgotla 12 Moranang 2013 nako le nako matleng a bona bjalo ka Balekodi mo Masepaleng, dikgwebong tsa dijo, Meagong yeo e agetswego go rekishetswa le go bapaletswa dijo mo go yona tseo di ka lewago ke batho. Molawana wo ke wa go tlaleletsa Molao wa Naga wa Tshepedisho le 12 Moranang 2013 taolo ya meago gomme o shoma moagong ofe goba ofe, kgokaganyo ya kelela-tshila gagologolo meetse, moagong o mongwe le o mongwe o moswa, go na le phetogo moagong goba aowa, go ya ka Molao wa Naga, kgokaganyo yeo e ka dirwago e ka lekolwa nako efe goba efe morago ga ge e phethagaditswe, ka Tumelelo, diteko le taolo go ya ka moo Lekgotla le ka latelago goba le nyakago. Maikemishetso ka Molawana wo ke go kgontheshisha phethagatso ya 12 Moranang 2013 tokelo yeo e hwetswago ka gare ga Molao-theo wa Naga (Karolo ya 24) ya tshepedisho ya taolo ya matlakala ka gare ga lefelo la Masepala, ka tirishano le Melao ye mengwe yeo e shomishwago, matlafatso le phethagatso ya peakanyo ya merero ye, Masepaleng, le go kgontsha Masepala go sepedisha le go laola Tshepedisho ya matlakala le gore ge go sa kgonege go efoga, goba go fokotsa, tshomisho-leswa, pusheletso, phatlalatso goba tshenyo ya lefelo, ka mokgwa wo o bolokegilego wa kabo ya tirelo ya go laola matlakala mo Masepaleng Lekgotla le nyaka go tsweletsa, go sepedisha, go laola le kgoahlisha 12 Moranang 2013 tshireletso ya tsa maphelo mafelong ao go amogelwago, go swarelelwago le go bolayelwa diphoofolo, go kgontheshisha tshwaro e borutho ya diphoofolo le go sepedisha thekisho yeo e hlwekilego ya nama moo e feletsego mo Masepaleng.

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8 March 2013 25 By Frank Mavhungu

Black Leopards to host Stars Black Leopards will host Platinum Stars in the last-16 stage of the prestigious Nedbank Cup competition. The draw was held at the Nedbank offices in Johannesburg last Thursday afternoon. The good news about Lidoda Duvha is that they have won the homeground advantage. The match will be played at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on Saturday, 16 March. Both Leopards and Stars did not find it easy to secure places in this stage of the competition. The Limpopo outfit beat the Safa second division side, Cape Town All Stars, 5-4 while Platinum Stars narrowly beat Dynamos 1-0 to reach the last16 stage. It will be time for the home side for revenge, as Leopards lost 0-1 to Platinum Stars in their first-round league match. Fans from several of the teams, photographed during the Nedbank Cup Last 16 Draw, which took place at The Venue in In the other Nedbank Cup last-16 Melrose Arch on 28 February. ©Sydney Mahlangu /BackpagePix. matches that will also be played on By Frank Mavhungu

More woes for struggling Nobela Stars Last Saturday was a memorable day for Nobela All Stars. They continued to donate league points to their opponents and lost 2-5 to Baroka FC, in a Second Division league match. It was a second embarrassing defeat for Nobela, after losing 0-2 to Rospa United two weeks ago. Last weekend’s defeat leaves Nobela All Stars in the secondlast position on the log. Basel FC came back with

empty hands from their match against Giyani Hotspurs. They were thrashed 0-3. Basel must win all their remaining matches, with the other league title chasers, Baroka and Winners Park, dropping some points along the way, in order to win the league championship. Rospa United deposited full points into their league account when they beat Modimolle Aces 2-1. It was the second victory for

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Tshifhire Northern Brothers and Lions to clash The Zimbabwean Abbas Amidu was a marvel to watch when his side, Black Leopards, beat the amateur side, Cape Town All Stars, 5-4 to book a place in the second round of the prestigious Nedbank Cup KO competition at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane last Wednesday evening. Amidu struck four times in a see-saw game that kept the spectators at the edge of the seats from the start to the bitter end. He got the hosts on the scoresheet in the second minute, when he stormed through the Stars defence and unleashed a thunderous shot from outside the box. The visitors demonstrated some fighting spirit throughout the game, retaliating midway through the first half. Amidu was on target again four minutes later to bring the half time score to 2-1. There was a flurry of goals in the last stanza. Ismael Stanfield scored the equaliser from the




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Abbas Amidu steers Black Leopards to a victory The Zimbabwean Abbas Amidu was a marvel to watch when his side, Black Leopards, beat the amateur side, Cape Town All Stars, 5-4 to book a place in the second round of the prestigious Nedbank Cup KO competition at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane last Wednesday evening. Amidu struck four times in a see-

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The managing director of Mudzi Driving School, Mr Abel Mudzanani, donated school uniforms to pupils from the Makungwi Primary School a fortnight ago. “We understand the challenges that our education system are facing and we cannot just sit down and watch,” said Mudzanani. Captain Ndiafhi Rerani of the Mphephu SAPS said they decided to approach Mudzi Driving School to assist after observing the needs at the school. ”We visit schools to conduct crime-awareness campaign and we were touched by the poverty of some learners. We then asked the educators to provide us with a list of names of those who need school uniforms." In the photo are educator Gladsy Nesthitulame, Abel Mudzanani (wearing school shoes), Thikhathali Makhesha,Capt Ndiafhi Rerani ( second from left) and on the far right stands Const Fhulufhelo Mudzananai.


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By Kaizer Nengovhela

Musandiwa Makhudzha of Za­ menkomste FC (left) and Ray Sinugo go for the ball.

FC on top in gruelling Zamenkomste derby Zamenkomste FC were too strong for Zamenkomste United Brothers and beat them 1-0 in a well-attended Safa Vhembe SAB league match at Zamenkomste on Saturday. Both sides displayed attacking football in the first half and thus made the match more entertaining. United had their first regret in the fifth minute. Ray Sinugo fumbled at the goal finish after beating the offside trap. During the last 12 minutes in the first half, United enjoyed more ball possession, but their promising moves were turned into disappointments by the solid defence of their opponents. Zamenkomste FC came close to scoring in the Fixtures

Dynamos and Roses in NFD league clash Dynamos are geared to collect maximum league points in their NFD match against Roses United at the Giyani Stadium tomorrow afternoon. Dynamos’ performance has improved dramatically since the appointment of the former Platinum Stars coach, Mr Owen Da Gama, as the team’s head coach three months ago. The pride of Giyani proved beyond doubt that they are a force to be reckoned with when they gave the Absa Premiership side, Platinum Stars, a tough time in their Nedbank Cup KO competition match at the same venue two weeks ago. Stars beat Dynamos 1-0, a goal that was scored from the penalty spot by the Malawian international, Robert Ngambi. In the other NFD matches that will also be played tomorrow afternoon, Witbank Spurs will entertain Jomo Cosmos at the Puma rugby Stadium in Witbank. The spirit is high in the Cosmos camp after they beat Magezi FC 2-0 in their Nedbank last-32 match at the Peter Mokaba Stadium. Mpumalanga Black Aces will play against Santos in Witbank, while FC Cape Town and FCAK will fight for league points in Cape Town. The title chasers, Thanda Royal Zulu, will have a date with Blackburn Rovers, while the resurrected Polokwane City will play against Vasco da Gama at the Parow Park Stadium. Milano United FC will be the visitors in their match against United FC that will be played at the Moruleng Stadium in the Free State. United rose to the occasion and beat the Absa Premiership side, Chippa United, 2-0 in their Nedbank Cup match two weeks ago. In the only match that will be played on Sunday, Sivutsa Stars will host African Warriors at the Kanyamazane Stadium in Nelspruit. By Frank Mavhungu

Victory for Rospa Mashudu “Tlolo” Mashapha’s last-minute goal gave Rospa United a hard-earned victory over Modimolle Aces, whom they beat 2-1 in their Safa second division league match at the Univen Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The home side came close to scoring in the 17th minute when Ndumeliso Mabulele released from outside the box. The ball did not have enough power to beat the Aces’ watchful keeper, Tyran Maake. The wheel of fortune turned against United in the 24th minute. Their defender, James Maila, handled the ball within his own penalty area. That prompted the referee to award a penalty to the visitors. Simon Zitha converted from the white spot. Rospa United fought back in the 37th minute. They were also awarded a penalty after a defender of Aces, Silas Sebokwane, handled within the box. Marks Munyai scored to bring the half-time score to 1-1. United introduced Ngelekanyo Mudau for James Maila earlier in the last half. The team’s captain, Mashudu Mashapha, was booked for an off-the-ball infringement on Eric Motau a little later. United effected two more changes to their staring lineup. They replaced Hector Mothupi and Sbusiso Shabangu with Henry Motsie and Zanephi Methula respectively. A free kick in the last minute gave birth to United’s winning goal, when Mashudu Mashapha headed home.

57th minute. Rudzani Madzhie of United handled the ball inside his penalty area and the referee, Mr Solly Mavhandu, pointed to the white spot. Vonani Ntlemo shot wide from the spot. The visiting side team introduced two new faces, but the move was not good enough to put pressure on their opponents. The last 10 minutes saw Zamenkomste pressing hard in search of a goal. Realising that their chances were slim, the visitors abandoned their positions and packed themselves at the far back. Mpho Khantshi scored the only goal of his team when he beat the offside trap in the 80th minute.

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After losing 1-2 to Martizburg United last Sunday, Black Leopards made amends and beat Lamontville Golden Arrows 2-1 in their Absa Premiership League match at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday evening. Arrows took the game to the local lads, with their overlapping midfielder, Joseph Musonda, connecting some dangerous moves from the defenders to the strikers. Lidoda Duvha conceded four corner Mongezi Bobe of Black Leopards is challenged by Mzivukile Tom of kicks within the first 15 minutes. They started to play like a united team soon Golden Arrows. © Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix afterwards. Leopards’ top goal scorer, Rodney Ramagalela, could not believe his eyes when his ground cutter missed the target by inches in the 17th minute. Arrows almost opened their account in the minute, but Ernot Dzaga cleared the ball from Tel: (015) 516 5175/6/7 Fax: (015) 516 1012 20th the goal line after his keeper, Azwinndini Maphaha, had already been beaten. Leopards took the lead in the 30th minute. Their 2010 Toyota Fortuner 3.0 D-4D 2010 Chevrolet Corsa 1.4 captain, Mongezi Bobe, dished up a neat pass 4x4 48 126km Utility A/C P/S CD Canopy to Edgar Manaka who passed the ball to Abbas 102 900km Amidu. The Zimbabwean national scored his 4th league goal with a well struck volley, which he unleashed from inside the box. With only four minutes before the half time whistle was blown, Leopards threatened to score again. Their left-footed midfielder, Raymond Monama, shot wide following a square pass from Balance of 3 year / 90 000km servce plan Edgar Manaka. Leopards enjoyed their 1-0 lead until the end of the first half. The referee, Mr Daniel Volgraaff, warned Thapelo Sikhakhane of Golden Arrows with a 2000 Toyota Hilux 3.0 KZTE 2010 Ford Bantam 1.3i card for an infringement to Abbas Amidu in the 53 969km D/Cab 4X4 Canopy 48th minute. The game was 62 minutes old when

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