Hosi Nwamitwa

Hosi Nwamitwa

Welcome to the official website of the Valoyi Traditional Authority, a community in Nwamitwa area in the Tzaneen Municipality, in Mopani district, Limpopo province, South Africa. We maintain the dignity and honour of our ancestors and of the people living in it. We believe in the importance of interaction and partnerships. Through this website, we have done sincere efforts to provide information about us, our mission and vision. Browse through our comprehensive cover about our history, projects, tourism and more.

Vision

To provide services and leadership to the community and calling upon all subjects to participate in the upliftment of the Valoyi Clan, while maintaining and inculcating cultural ethos.
(VUKOSI I VUTIRHELI) ROYALTY IN SERVICE

MISSION
To call upon all residents to engage in rural development until (Hi twa rhambu loko ri tshoveka) until we hear the bones break. To enlist the aid and services of the Governmental and private institutions to realize our ambitions.

To call upon all residents to engage in rural development until (Hi twa rhambu loko ri tshoveka) until we hear the bones break.
To enlist the aid and services of the Governmental and private institutions to realize our ambitions.

6 Comments on “Home”

  1. baloyi khazamula George

    I am the great grand son of makhanane the son of mkhayise of maphutumane or balamba. I’m calling upon all the xitsavi. People especially vaka makhanane so that we can claim the senior traditional leadership from tiyani to Rotterdam. The head men belong to makhanane. Please let us come out.

  2. Jeffrey Madanci Xidlavuta Changamire Baloyi

    I am a descendent of Changamire Dombo and my parents and or ancestry settled in The old Makhuva before forcefull removals to present day unfertile waterless dry Makhuva Location. They settled there after they left present day Zimbabwe in Dzata where my Great-great-great great Grandfather founded the Barodzwi, Balozi or Balotsi. They were for sometime in Mozambique but moved fuether in the interior and settled in the present day Limpopo Province or the Transvaal. Through Oral Narations I learned that I am from the house of Gulukhulu and that Magulasavi is amongst my ancestors as well as Phangweni. The History of Valoyi vaka Mamitwa is intertwined with the Mathebula of Makhuva as well as the Baloyi or Barodzwi who are descendents of Changamire I know that My fathers Grandfather was a Brother to Madanci Baloyi who was the father of Nkosikazi Gavaza the wife of Hosi Muhlava. I would like to point that that the Barodzwi (BALOYI), valoyi vaka Mamitwa and Baloyi Mathevula of Makhuva are one people and that they are all members of the Barodzwi Royal House who are Vatsonga not Machangana. I have always been called Mamabo knowing that it is the title of the Barodzwi Kings, the greeting Ndzawini come from greeting the royals known as Lions. Ndzawu Nzhao is a Lion a symbol of Barodzwi Royalty Totemised by the Great Baboon. The greeting Khanimambo is an equivalent of Ndhabezita(ZULU) Khanimambo meant saluting a KIng Or the Mamabo, the queen was referred to as Mambokati. The princes and princesses were called tinghanakana. I therefore pledge that the Barodzwi of Makhuva contact me for we must claim Phalaborwa, Lulekani,Namakgale and Madjedje those are Makhuva lands belonging to the Barodzwi. Ndzi heta Kwala Mina Ndzawu yo Vomba exihlahleni Madanci Changamire Xidlavuta Baloyi.

  3. max nkuna

    Your Honourble Majesty Ndabezitha. I would like to enquire about the Headmanship of Maxila which is not in existence due to family squable. The Headmanship was operational while we were still in the former Rural Area before we relocated to the new Rural Area where we are based now. We relocated in 1969 if not 1970. However I humbly would like to know how can we go about reintroducing ourselves in order to reclaim it.

    Your co-operation in this matter will be highly appreciated.

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