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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

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    "Hendrick Kekana" <Kekanah@venusafrica.co.za> Oct 25 04:23PM +0200  

    GAME ##
     
    DATE
     
    COURSE
     
    T OFF
     
    4 x BALLS
     

     
    GAME 11
     
    13 November 2011
     

     
    SILVER LAKES
     
    12H18
     
    5
     

     
    GAME 12
     
    Sunday
     
    11 December 2011
     

     
    MAGALIES PARK
     
    11H20
     
    7
     

     

     

     
    ANNUAL IPS CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
     
    DATE
     
    COURSE
     
    T OFF
     
    4 x BALLS
     

     
    CLUB CHAMPS
     
    Defending Champ:
     
    KG Sebesho
     
    Saturday
     
    10 December 2011
     

     
    BRITS
     
    11H50
     
    7
     

     

     

     

     
    HP KEKANA
     
    CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
     
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    Lehaiwa Machaba <chippandenga@gmail.com> Oct 25 05:13PM +0200  

    Hi Kekana,
     
    There is a suggestion floating around that we make our Club Championship a
    medal, rather than IPS.
     
    Could we maybe throw the idea out there and assess how widespread is the
    feeling among bonafide Rennaissance members.
     
    Please, people don't bite my head off if you dont agree. Just express an
    opinion, thats all I am asking for.
     
    Your humble servant,
     
    Machaba 'a mamoraba.
     
     
     
     

     

    Malose Mokgohloa <mokgohd@gmail.com> Oct 25 05:22PM +0200  

    I think IPS is more exciting and status quo
    should remain. Everyone has a chance but
    I suggest Committee should validate handicaps
    just before tee off, again just a suggestion.

    Let's here the masses!
     
     
     
     

     

    Tubatsana Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com> Oct 25 05:25PM +0200  

    I am of the IPS wafa wafa idea especially because the other championship is
    being decided on medal. We need to give those good on IPS and those good on
    Medal equal opportunity to win a cup.
     
    Regards,
    Tubs
    0832480002
     

     

    elias.borole@gmail.com Oct 25 03:26PM  

    After this Sunday ,to me nothing really matters ,IPS or Medal same!
    Sent via my BlackBerry from Vodacom - let your email find you!
     
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Lehaiwa Machaba <chippandenga@gmail.com>
    Sender: renaissance_golf@googlegroups.com
    Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2011 17:13:57
    To: Hendrick Kekana<Kekanah@venusafrica.co.za>
    Cc: Rennaissance Golf<renaissance_golf@googlegroups.com>
    Subject: Re: REMAINING COMPETITIONS 2011 [NOTE CHANGES]
     
    Hi Kekana,
     
    There is a suggestion floating around that we make our Club Championship a
    medal, rather than IPS.
     
    Could we maybe throw the idea out there and assess how widespread is the
    feeling among bonafide Rennaissance members.
     
    Please, people don't bite my head off if you dont agree. Just express an
    opinion, thats all I am asking for.
     
    Your humble servant,
     
    Machaba 'a mamoraba.
     
     
     
     

     

    Tubatsana Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com> Oct 25 05:30PM +0200  

    Elias,
     
    I though after Medal humiliated you. You will see IPS as better alternative
     

     

    elias.borole@gmail.com Oct 25 03:38PM  

    Tubs
     
    A Man who had similar days like me will never give wrong advice , I support IPS .
     
    Likobo
    Sent via my BlackBerry from Vodacom - let your email find you!
     
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Tubatsana Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com>
    Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2011 17:30:45
    To: <elias.borole@gmail.com>
    Cc: Lehaiwa Machaba<chippandenga@gmail.com>; <renaissance_golf@googlegroups.com>; Hendrick Kekana<Kekanah@venusafrica.co.za>
    Subject: Re: REMAINING COMPETITIONS 2011 [NOTE CHANGES]
     
    Elias,
     
    I though after Medal humiliated you. You will see IPS as better alternative
     

     

    Tubs Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com> Oct 25 05:38PM +0200  

    Hahaha
     
    Tubatsana Monareng
    012-4701003
    0832480002
     

     

    "Hendrick Kekana" <Kekanah@venusafrica.co.za> Oct 25 04:47PM +0200  

    SILVER LAKES MEDAL COMPETITION
     

     
    SUNDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2011 - 12H18
     
    Confirmations [Only 6 spaces available]
     
    1. KK Kekana
     
    2. KG Sebesho
     
    3. Soso Mokhoka
     
    4. Eli Borole
     
    5. Fannie Mahlangu
     
    6. Edwin Moremi
     
    7. George Makume
     
    8. Godfrey Litlake
     
    9. Peter Ntuli
     
    10. Lehaiwa Machaba
     
    11. Deiza Mokgohloa
     
    12. Tubatsana Monareng
     
    13. Bernard Muneri
     
    14. Dodo Maoela
     

     

     

     
    Regards.
     

     

     
    HP KEKANA
     
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    "Hendrick Kekana" <Kekanah@venusafrica.co.za> Oct 25 04:36PM +0200  

    Colleagues
     

     
    We have 10 Four Balls booked at Zwartkop on Sunday 20 November 2011.
     

     
    This game was supposed to accommodate 5 Wood in our busy annual
    programme. It however seems like 5 Wood are not as organised as the
    time Robbie Moabi was arranging games for them.
     

     
    I suggest that we invite another group to play against on the day. We
    can't afford to lose the slot. 20 players each.
     

     
    Suggestions please!!!!!
     

     
    KK
     

     
    HP KEKANA
     
    CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
     
    VENUS AFRICA SECURED LOGISTICS
     
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    Tubatsana Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com> Oct 25 05:16PM +0200  

    Please give me this week to try comvince 5 Wood to join us on the day if
    they are not willing I will agree that we challenge other clubs on the day.
     
    Regards,
    Tubs
    0832480002
    On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 4:36 PM, Hendrick Kekana

     

    "Hendrick Kekana" <Kekanah@venusafrica.co.za> Oct 25 04:16PM +0200  

    Dear Colleagues
     

     
    Our November 2011 Medal game has been moved from Dainfern on 6th
    November 2011 to Silver Lakes at 12H18 on Sunday 13 November 2011.
     

     
    We had initially booked 7 x 4 balls at Dainfern under Venus Africa.
    Unfortunately due to a high golf season demand, Daifern requires Venus
    to make an upfront payment of R350 x 28 players. Due to dwindling Order
    of Merit Medal Game participation, Venus Africa cannot take that chance.
    Silver Lakes is charging us R200 per player. We have only booked 5 x 4
    balls at Silver Lakes. All our "ROCK UP & PLAY FRIENDS" have to make an
    effort to confirm on time this time.
     

     
    First preference will be given to the 15 top players still in the
    running for the top 10 in the Order of Merit.
     

     
    Sorry for the inconvenience that might arise.
     

     
    Kind Regards.
     

     
    KK
     

     
    HP KEKANA
     
    CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
     
    VENUS AFRICA SECURED LOGISTICS
     
    VENUS AFRICA SECURITY
     
    012 665 3719
     
    082 903 9279
     

     
    www.venusafrica.co.za

     

    Tubatsana Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com> Oct 25 05:13PM +0200  

    I am in. We could have found a better course to decide the last two game.
    Water will be the decider especially those who are used to Services
     
    Regards,
    Tubs
     
    On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Hendrick Kekana

     

    Tubatsana Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com> Oct 25 02:01PM +0200  

    Most golf courses are hosting golf days this Friday and I was lucky to get 3
    4 balls at Wingate Golf Course tee-off time 12:50. Please confirm early
    because I would like to take back the 4-balls that are not utilsed back to
    the course by Thursday morning.
     
    Regards,
    Tubs
    0832480002

     

    "Tubatsana Monareng" <Tubatsana.Monareng@sita.co.za> Oct 25 01:06PM +0200  

    Special announcements by President Zuma
     
     
    24 October 2011
     
    I have a few announcements to make. These relate to changes to the
    National Executive of Government, the Commission of Inquiry into the
    Strategic Defence Procurement Packages and the matter relating to the
    National Police Commissioner.
     
    I have decided to make the following changes to the National Executive.
     
    1. Ms Dina Pule, currently the Deputy Minister for Performance
    Monitoring and Evaluation, has been appointed Minister of
    Communications.
    2. Mr Thembelani "Thulas" Nxesi, the Deputy Minister for Rural
    Development and Land Reform, will become the new Minister of Public
    Works. The Department will no longer have a Deputy Minister.
    3. Minister Richard Baloyi, the Minister of Public Service and
    Administration, has been appointed Minister of Cooperative Governance
    and Traditional Affairs.
    4. Mr Roy Padayachie, the Minister of Communications, is to take over
    the Public Service and Administration portfolio.
    5. Mr Obed Bapela, the Deputy Minister of Communications, has been
    appointed Deputy Minister in the Presidency for Performance Monitoring
    and Evaluation.
    6. Ms Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu, the Deputy Minister of Public Works,
    will be the Deputy Minister for Women, Children and Persons with
    Disability.
    7. Mr S. Lechesa Tsenoli, chairperson of the portfolio committee on
    cooperative governance and traditional affairs, has been appointed as
    Deputy Minister for Rural Development and Land Reform.
    8. ANC Member of Parliament, Ms Thembisa Stella Ndabeni, will become the
    Deputy Minister of Communications.
     
    I wish all the new Ministers and Deputy Ministers well in their
    portfolios.
     
    We also extend our gratitude to the Ministers and Deputy Ministers who
    have vacated their portfolios for their contribution to building a
    better life for all.
     
    Ladies and gentlemen,
     
    On the 15th of September I announced that I would, in terms of section
    84 (2) (f) of the Constitution, appoint a commission of inquiry to
    investigate allegations of wrongdoing in the Strategic Defence
    Procurement Packages, generally known as the "arms deal".
     
    I have appointed the Commission. The esteemed members are as follows;
     
    1. Honourable Mr Justice Willie Seriti, Judge of the Supreme Court of
    Appeal.
    2. Honourable Mr Justice Willem van der Merwe, Deputy Judge President of
    the North Gauteng High Court.
    3. Honourable Mr Justice Francis Legodi, Judge of the North Gauteng High
    Court.
     
    Mr Justice Seriti will chair the Commission, which is expected to
    complete its work within two years.
     
    We wish Mr Justice Seriti and his team well in the execution of this
    important task.
     
    Ladies and gentlemen,
     
    Section 9 (1) read with section 8 (1) to (8) empowers the President to
    establish a Board of Inquiry into allegations of misconduct against the
    National Police Commissioner, and make findings and recommendations as
    contemplated in section 8(6)(b).
     
    In August, I informed the National Commissioner, General Bheki Cele, of
    my intention to institute a Board of Inquiry to look into the
    allegations of misconduct, in relation to the procurement of office
    accommodation for the South African Police Service, as per the findings
    and recommendations of the Public Protector.
     
    I have established the Board of Inquiry. The esteemed members are as
    follows;
     
    * Ms Justice Yvonne Mokgoro (retired).
    * Advocate Terry Motau (SC).
    * Advocate Anthea Platt.
     
    Ms Justice Mokgoro will chair the Board of Inquiry.
     
    I have also decided to suspend the National Commissioner from duty with
    immediate effect, pending the outcome of the inquiry, in terms of
    section 8 (3) (a) read with Section 9 (1) of the South African Police
    Service Act.
     
    He will, during the period of suspension, be entitled to his full
    salary, allowances, privileges and benefits, in terms of Section 8(3)(b)
    of the Act.
     
    Major General Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi will act as National Commissioner until
    further notice.
     
    Ladies and gentlemen,
     
    I thank you.
     

     
     
    .

     

    Toneka Maja <MajaTB@eskom.co.za> Oct 24 01:51PM  

    Hi Gentlemen and few ladies!!
     
    I know you all want to know what happened to me, I am around but I since had a sprained ligament on my left foot at the Gijima Golf weekend away but I am now getting better though I can't play as yet but I am no longer in crutches not support.
     
    I think this is for a good cause so let us make this the Friday golf for the 30th November.
     
    Please respond as per the invite directly to Leander.
     
    Regards
    Toneka
     
    From: LimeLite Corporate Golf Day - Charity Event [mailto:leander@thelimelite.co.za]
    Sent: 24 October 2011 02:47 PM
    To: Toneka Maja
    Subject: LimeLiteCorporate Golf Day
    Importance: High
     
    Good Day,
     
    I hope you are well.
     
    LimeLite is in the process of organizing its first LimeLite Corporate Charity Golf Day. We envision that this initiative will grow in the years to come as there is good cause behind it and social responsibility is central to the event.
     
    I would like to propose and request that your organisation come onboard this project, not only as a sponsor but as a strategic partner or avid golfer.
     
    We have done many events of this nature in the past and believe the synergies between your organisations and LimeLite can result to successful initiative and another wonderful platform for social responsibility and charitable cause.
     
    Please see below and attached proposal letter for your perusal, we would be delighted if your organisations come onboard and work together with LimeLite in bringing this important initiative and event to realization.
     
    Should you have any queries, please feel free to contact me.
     
    Hope to hear from you soon
     
     
    [golf_day.jpg]
     
     
     
    The success and competitiveness of this country depends, to a large extent, on the intellectual capital of its future workforce, i.e. our children. The LimeLite Group is committed to making a difference through its involvement in community based initiatives especially the care of underprivileged children and the development of their critical skills. As part of the overall LimeLite Group CSI program we are committed to making a difference in the lives of underprivileged children, and we humbly support the Florida Baby House.
     
    The Florida Baby House offers safe and loving temporary accommodation and care for babies found abandoned, affected and/or infected with HIV/AIDS or released by their mothers with the view of adoption. They are transported weekly to the clinic and hospitals for various check-ups and inoculations. Florida Baby House can house up to 13 babies ranging from birth to two years and has 8 full-time child care workers plus one reliever, who work seven days on and seven days off. This means that at any time, there are at least two persons on duty. They are very dependent on the assistance from their local communities and volunteers to help make life a little easier for these little ones.
    [cid:image002.jpg@01CC88DA.11B9D060]
     
    Florida baby house is an uMephi Project - The Villa Lubet Children's Home (UMephi) is a government subsidized Children's Village and has been in existence since 1977. It's a radical departure from the old institutional / dormitory consent. House parents as substitute parents, care for the children in houses or baby units in different areas of South Africa. There are 80 satellite houses in areas located where there is a need and close to support systems. Each home is specially equipped to give the special care every child needs. Every UMephi Home is supported and managed by a team that is trained and dedicated to give specialized and loving care. A household is usually under the care of a house parent couple, supported by a team of care givers as well as a group of volunteers from the community and local churches.
     
    The LimeLite Group is actively involved with community development and with the various fashion shows, exhibitions, events and training services we provide in the West Rand, our aim is to raise both awareness and funds for the Florida baby House so that these babies can have a chance to grow and become young successful adults in the years to come.
    [cid:image008.jpg@01CC88DD.418336D0]
     
    In order to assist this deserving charity the LimeLite Group will be holding a Charity Golf Day in order to maximise the awareness and raise much needed funding for the Florida Baby House.
     
    The details of the Golf Day are as follows:
     
    Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2011
     
    Venue: Jackal Creek Golf Estate
     
    Boundary Road, Honeydew
     
    RSVP: leander@thelimelite.co.za<mailto:leander@thelimelite.co.za>
     
    See attached documents for Sponsorship opportunities and four ball entry forms.
     
     
     
    [golf_day_footer.jpg]
     
     
     
     
     
    Kind Regards
    Leander Blignaut
    LimeLite Models
    [Bus Card]
    (C) +27 83 703 9999
    (Moz) +258 8488 02820
    (F) 086 540 8852
    leander@thelimelite.co.za<mailto:leander@thelimelite.co.za>
    www.limelitemodels.co.za<http://www.limelitemodels.co.za>

     

    Tubatsana Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com> Oct 25 12:12PM +0200  

    Jan at Woodhill is selling a Tailormade 3 Wood and if interested call him on
    0743296573. He is negotiable around R 400
     
    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: Tubs Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com>
    Date: Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 10:46 AM
    Subject:
    To: Tubatsana Monareng <tubatsana@gmail.com>
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Tubatsana Monareng
    012-4701003
    0832480002

     

    Godfrey Litlake <g.litlake@gmail.com> Oct 25 11:50AM +0200  

    Thank you Gentleman, this is encourages,and yes indeed i am one of the
    people with a chance of being in the top 5. Its going to be a do or
    die in the last two games.
     
    Be ready for a show piece of Golf.
     
    Cheers
     
     
    --
    RG Litlake
    082 883 2142

     

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