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The non-functioning landfill in Burgersfort is burning

non-stop, making for a terrible smell and pollution. We
requested comment from the local municipality. Apart
from other bigger problems, they also have problems
with their e-mail. We will report as soon as we receive

What’s up with the
water in Ohrigstad?
Agenda Sekgogoba (in the photograph, left) of Ohrigstad resorted to collect clean and perfect-
ly potable water for household use in Swart Street last week Friday. To be more precise, from
a hole in the almost newly tarred road.
“This hole and subsequent water waste somehow reflect on our meters. We now have an
account of R39 000. A Mr Maepa at Sekhukhune District Municipality wants us to pay about
R10 000 before they reopen our blocked supply (bottom right). If you phone them about your
account or about the hole in the road, they are ‘not available’.”
Platinum Gazette was not sure about the wasted water going through the meters, but when
one meter on the sidewalk, that went like crazy, was closed, the water stopped. Estimated
loss per second equaled one litre at this particular water meter (bottom), and we made a video
to prove it.
According to residents the water from the hole has been flowing for months now. It follows
a path of 600 meters (we measured the distance) before disappearing in the bushes at the
end of Mimosa Street.
So we wrote Mr Willy Mosoma, who is the spokesperson of Sekhukhune District Munici-
pality a letter about the issue, requesting his comment. He acknowledged receipt and now we
wait. Watch this space.

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Tourism grading now made easy in Limpopo

Getting a tourism grading for your tourist des- care of all tourism grading aspects that tourism Ms. Nomasonto Ndlovu, LTA CEO.
tination will now be made easy. products might have. She went on further to say, “Our offices are a
Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) this week an- “During various interactions we had with the port of entry for tourists and the industry and
nounced that it has a working partnership with industry and stakeholders, tourism grading with Ms. Lebethe based in our offices, appli-
the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa featured prominently as a talking point. For cations and renewals will be swiftly attended
(TGCSA). Through this partnership, TGCSA that reason, we engaged TGSA on the matter and we are confident this will contribute to the
has deployed Ms. Rethabile Lebethe, Provincial and agreed that that the entity would send a increase of our tourism grading statistics. It
Quality Assurance Specialist to operate from representative to operate from our premises to should also be noted that one of the Lilizela
the LTA premises with immediate effect to take attend to grading needs in the Province”, said Awards entry requirement is that participating
tourism products should be graded or have a
valid grading certificate. We have no doubt that
this move gives us an increased number of
participants in these highly contested provincial
and national awards”.
TGCSA was established in the year 2000.
Operating as a business unit of South African A local
Tourism, the TGCSA is still the only recognized tourism
and globally credible quality assurance body destination’s
for tourism products in South Africa, which is directions
greatly relied on, to this day. All this means is on the
that when it comes to globally recognizable Penge road.
grading, they are really the one and only.

for SDM
On 19 February 2019, Sekhukhune
District Municipality (SDM) received
an award of appreciaton for their
Sustainable Unqualified Audit Opin-
ion for 5 financial years.
Other municipalities to be honoured
Proverbs 18:2 NIV were: Capricorn District Municipality,
A fool finds no pleasure in understanding but delights in airing his own opinions. Thulamela Municipality, Molemole
Local Municipality and Maruleng
Local Municipality.
The awards were given at the Mer-
opa Casino in Polokwane. “We are
on course towards attaining a clean
audit opinion,” said Executive Mayor,
Cllr Keamotseng Stanley Ramaila.
(Information and photograph: Se-
khukhune District Municipality).

Steelies se redenaars gereed vir ATKV

redenaars kompetisie

Steelpoort Akademie was in die afgelope twee weke bedryf met sport en kultuur. Die rede-
naars het in teen mekaar meegeding om in die volgende rondte van die ATKV Redenaar-
skompetisie in Polokwane te kan gaan deelneem. Dit gebeur op 25 April 2019.
Die groep redenaars is agter: Simoné Gouws (goud), Marli Vermeulen (silwer), Ilne Kleynhans
(goud), Rouxlé Kilian (goud).
Voor: Zelri Vermeulen (silwer), Mianke Visagie (silwer), Leoné van Niekerk (silwer) en Mar-
schant Reyneke. Saam met hulle is juffrou O’Dilhea Keulder.
Afwesig was: Anouscka Hatting.

Ohrigstad Police on the move

Have your say on
traffic laws

The police in Ohrigstad led by the social crime prevention coordinator Sgt Kholofelo
Phokane and VEP (Victim Empowerment Programme) members Adelaide Mogakala and
Cresta Mashigo embarked on a community outreach programme in a form of door to door
campaign this week.
On Tuesday they visited Ohrigstad town entering house to house and speaking to res- The Traffic Law Enforcement Committee has invited members of the public to provide
idents about safety of their personal property that includes recording of the serial numbers comments on the future and direction of road traffic law enforcement in South Africa.
of devices and appliances, creating unique marks on items, taking pictures of their items The Committee was set up in 2017 by the Minister of Transport.
and engraving their names on items. To date, it has engaged with a wide range of organisations consulting on the way
This campaign seeks to create awareness and educate communities on crimes related forward regarding the future of traffic law enforcement in the country.
to stolen goods and also aim to strengthen, promote relations and partnership amongst Chairperson of the Committee, Dr Kesolofetse Lefenya, has indicated that the next
stakeholders in addressing stolen goods related crimes. step of the committee is to request the members of the public to offer their views.
VEP members informed the communities about their roles and their services which The Terms of Reference of the Committee require it to develop a blueprint for the
includes, pre-counseling, victim friendly facility and any victim support to the victims of future design of traffic law enforcement.
domestic violence and sexual related crimes. “We are aware of the widespread view that traffic officers should be visible at every
They also encouraged the community members to report any domestic violence inci- road intersection.
dents to the police or to them so that they can be able to assist them. “However, this would not be easily attainable, there would never be enough officers to
This kind of awareness campaigns will be taken to all communities in the Ohrigstad deploy in all the areas. So we are asking members of the public to put forward innovative
policing area including the farms and smallholdings throughout the whole year. ways in which the laws might be more effectively applied,” Dr Lefenya said.
Information and photographs: Sgt Kholofelo Phokane SAPS Ohrigstad Corporate The Committee is also mandated to develop the National Traffic Law Enforcement
Communication. Code and the Anti-Corruption strategy.

Submissions must:

be written in English, in MS Word format;

contain the full name and contact details of the person mak-
ing the submission;
Where the submission is made on behalf of an organization,
the full name of that organization;
be attached to a covering e-mail, and sent to Hlulam@rtmc.; and
Reach the committee by e-mail not later than 17:00 on 8
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Juffrou O’Dilhea een van top 9

Graad R onnies in die land
Juffrou O’Dilhea Keulder van Steelpoort beste Graad R onderwyseres in Limpopo ggestap en O’Dilhea se kategorie is deur die
Akademie is verlede Saterdag vereer vir haar aangewys. Noordwes provinsie opgeraap. O’Dilhea het ‘n
uitmuntende werk as Graad R onderwyseres. Die nasionale prysuitdelingsfunksie van Prestasie Toekenning ontvang met ‘n sertifikaat
Sy het Limpopo by die Nasionale Onder- verlede naweek is in Sandton gehou en is geteken deur Minister van Basiese Onderwys,
wys Toekennings (NTA - National Teaching selfs opgeneem om op SABC 2 uitgesaai te Angie Motshekga.
Awards) verteenwoordig. Sy is verlede jaar word. “Ek kan net dankie sê vir my Hemelse Vader
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Do people’s attitude towards race impact our economy?

South Africa is often called the rainbow
nation because of the variety of cultures
living here, but all too often racial tension
surfaces and tinges the bright image created
after becoming a democracy. In 2019 South
Africans are heading towards an election and
some of the buzzwords of the day include
state capture and corruption. In general most
people feel that these are bad for the state of
an already struggling economy.
This week however, Dr. Theuns Eloff, exec-
utive director of the FW de Klerk Foundation
published a plea to President Ramaphosa to
make an end of race based measurements
within the economy. His argument was that Mr Douglas Mabokwane said: “I think racism Me Ané van der Merwe sê: “Ek voel nog altyd
minority groups are less than 20% of the affects our economy. We need to do away Me. Mariaan Jacobs sê: “Dit is baie sleg dat jy moet volgens jou kwalifikasie en hoe goed
country’s population and they want to make with this thing of colour. We are all human mense deur ras benadeel word. Baie mense jy die werk kan doen aangestel word. Daar
a difference in the country, but based on the beings. We live on the same planet and we word benadeel vir hulle ouers se ‘sondes’ moenie gekyk word wie jy is en hoe connect-
colour of their skin, they are excluded and need each other. We don’t need to look at deur apartheid. BEE is belangrik, maar dit ed jy is nie. Hou op kyk na kleur, dit is sleg vir
deemed not fit to fill positions that require race when it comes to employment. We need moenie vir altyd aanhou nie. As daar meer die ekonomie. Mense wil nie meer werk nie.
some of the skills they possess. He asked to take people with skills and knowledge so werk was sou ras nie saak gemaak het nie. Dit is te maklik om iets onder die tafel deur te
how can such a small percentage of people our economy can improve”. Suid-Afrika fokus te veel op wit en swart. As vat. Al kan mense nie die werk doen nie, kry
in the long term be a threat to the demo- ‘n kleurling voel ek sommer sleg”. hulle dit steeds”. Saam met haar is Carissa
graphical majority in the workplace? van der Merwe.
He used Eskom as an example. Everyone Right: Mr Raymond
was affected by load shedding and last week Seerane and Mr Ken-
Minister Pravin Gordhan said that one of the neth Moropa said: “Our
issues at Eskom is the lack of skilled people. leadership in our country
They are now planning to bring engineers don’t have a vision for our
from Italy and get skilled labour that was lost economy. People should
in the past, to come and assist the compa- be employed to be the
ny. Yet, in the same week reports surface best that can do the job,
of Eskom planning to reduce the number of no matter their colour.
white employees in it’s service by 1308. This People’s attitudes are
includes 336 engineers and many mid-level wrong about colour”.
In Eloff’s opinion piece he said that Eskom
has been struggling much longer that the
so-called ‘nine missing years’ as some Mr F. Ndou said: “They must look at qualifi-
politicians refer to the period under President cation and not colour. So many people are
Zuma’s rule. appointed not even having the right qualifica-
Gwen Ngwenya also penned an opinion tion. You will find that someone is appointed
piece published last week (www.politicsweb. to an HR job, but they have a book keeping She echoed that BEE at Eskom had qualification. Look at the relevant qualification
a major impact on the current state of affairs. and not at race, colour or political affiliation”.
Her sentiment is that the current race policies
upheld by the ANC is part of the problem and
that competition in industry should ride above
competition in policy to try and ensure better Ms Paulinah Madalane, Ms Sindy Mdluli and Ms Lindiwe Khosa said: “People’s attitude is
outcomes for the economy. negative on our economy when they judge on skin colour and discriminate – like what is
Platinum Gazette asked readers how they happening now at Eskom. That is like apartheid being brought back. The problem is often at
feel people’s attitudes towards race impact management level. Perhaps training is needed.”. Ms Khosa says: “It is not only at Eskom. It is
on the economy. bad with things like what the EFF wants to do to take the land. I’m from Hazyview and many
farms were taken and given to black people and it is no longer operating. It is not right. Those
original farmers build those businesses and were creating jobs for people.”

Mr Jacob Malepe said: “BEE is something

politicians use to try and please people. It is
bad for the economy. They should rather em-
power black people to get the right qualifica-
tions and skills so they can be the best can-
didates for the job, instead of pushing some
into a job they don’t know how to do, simply
because they have the right skin colour”. Mr Kamogelo Magagula said: “In some cases Mr Ernest Kgoete said: “We live in a dem-
Mr Dumisa Madalane said: “The education our it has a negative impact on our economy. ocratic state. Everyone must be given an
government issue us with today is poor. We They will take someone based on skin colour opportunity. I’m black, but we need to face
have many skilled people, but often employees and you will find they cannot do the job. it that white people are often more knowl-
are blamed for not being skilled enough when These people will not be productive. They edgeable with economy – maybe because of
an organization does not perform well. This must totally withdraw BEE. They should apartheid. Give everyone a chance, regard-
while the top people chowed the money. I don’t strictly look at qualifications. We need qualifi- less of skin colour. We need to work together.
think colour has an impact on our economy. cations and skills, not colour”. It is our economy and it is for everyone’s
Our economy is negatively impacted because benefit that it goes well with
of political instability”. our economy. If we can work
together and learn from those
Right: Mr KP Malepe said: “I really believe that
who are more knowledgeable to
the race issue has a negative impact on our
help create and manage our own
economy. We first need to recognize it’s neg-
businesses, then we can grow.
ative impact and the negative impact our past
People must be employed based
had on black people. We must acknowledge
on qualifications, skills and expe-
that people were disadvantaged because of
rience and not because they are
apartheid. We must also acknowledge that the
black or white. If we go on about
benefit of our country comes before race. We
black or white we will collapse
must have more dialogue and talk about the
our economy”.
past. I think today the government is strug-
gling to balance all the forces. There are still
people who are biased towards white people. Above: Mr Justice Mokwena and Mr Godfrey Malatji said: “Qualification should be the most im-
Even if there are good enough people from portant thing. Race is not supposed to be something to exclude people. In government appoint-
black companies to do the job, they will favour ments look only at qualifications. For example, no teachers without teaching qualifications. Things
whites. The race issue is playing a role and it like gardening and cleaning don’t need qualifications. We will have a problem if we keep looking
is hurting our economy”. at race instead of the right qualified people”.
6 Platinum Gazette 22 FEBRUARY 2019

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SAPS plays in Capricorn Pulana Maroga league results

Pulana Maroga Soccer League results for Tearing Lions: 0 vs Mighty Bucks: 1. Leb-

District Soccer League last weekend:

16 February 2019 - Tearing Ground:
alelo Hungry Vultures: 3 vs Golden Spears:
Morethe Young Dribblers: 3 vs Lebalelo Stone ground: Mohlophi Fast 11 Jnr: 1 vs
The SAPS Limpopo Capricorn District won 4-3. Hungry Vultures: 1. Tearing Lions: 1 vs Bafaladi: 6. Lenareng: 0 vs Tshakanya
Soccer League continued play-offs this The Stream B games were: SAPS Tu- Stone Breakers: 0. Mighty Rovers: 2. Stone Breakers: 0 vs
week. batse/Mecklenburg/Ohrigstad 2 vs SAPS Lebalelo ground: Bafaladi: 3 vs Lenareng: Happy Stars: 3.
On Wednesday Stream A played the Burgersfort/Sekhukhune/Leboeng 7. 1. Happy Stars: 2 vsBarcelona: 0. Driekop FC ground: Mathipa Happy Fight-
following matches: SAPS Seshego 2 vs SAPS Motetema/Groblersdal/Rakgoadi 6 Mighty Bucks ground: Bull Bull: 4 vs ers Jnr: 0 vs Mangabane: 1. Morethe Young
SAPS Mankweng 5; SAPS 1011 vs SAPS vs SAPS Dennilton/Marble Hall 1. Mangabane: 3. Mighty Bucks: 2 vs Real Dribblers: 1 vs Maruleng: 1. Driekop FC: 1
Senwabarwana/Mogwadi/Maleboho. (Information and photographs: Sergeant Touch: 1. vs Barcelona: 0.
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Dwarsrivier Chrome FC vs Maribeng FC

On Tuesday, 19 February Dwarsrivier
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vour of Dwarsrivier Chrome Mine’s team with
a score of 4-0. (Information & photographs:
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8 22 FEBRUARY 2019

Platinum Gazette
Modikwa runners do CDM 4 in 1 Burgersfort Masters
On Saturday 16 February the Modikwa Marathon
Club runners headed to the Capricorn District May-
FC faces Praktiseer
or’s 4-in-1 race in Polokwane.
The weather was perfect for running and runners
finished with good times. This was a Comrades
Masters FC
Marathon qualifier race and the runners competing
Soccer teams in the area are back to playing friendly games as
in the 42,2km race could post seeding time for this
often as possible.
year’s Comrades on 9 June. The team thanked
Last week Sunday, the Burgersfort Masters FC played a friendly
Modikwa for the continued support. The results
game against the Praktiseer Masters FC. The game was played
were: 42km: Justice Phokane 3:26:40; Solomon
at the Mochening sports ground. Teams were very evenly
Masedi 3:51:36; Elvis Madiba 3:53:24; Alfred
matched. Both scored goals and kept up the pace. The final
Tlaka 4:28:09; Donald Netshifhefhe 4:43:30; Violet
score for the game was 3-3.
Mabitla 4:53:22. 21km race: Rudolph Mokgomola
The Burgersfort Masters are inviting teams who would like to
1:30:16; Thapelo Kgoete 1:52:20; Themba Ma-
play against them to contact Mr Makgopa on 072 506 7616.
humane 1:53:28; Craig Shokane 1:53:31: Peter
(Information and photographs: Mr Makgopa).
Molapo 1:59:16; Obed Magabe 2:18:33; Charles
Mohlahlana 2:53:33. 10km race: Alpheus Maimela
00:46:46; Adolph Boshego 1:03:50; Hezekiel Mak-
wana 1:14:00. (Information & photographs: Willem

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