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Victory over Mochudi Centre Chiefs in a penalty shootout during the final, and a 7-0 drubbing of Extension Gunners earlier in the semi signaled a clear statement of intent from the Blues camp; we mean business this season.
Typically governments are the largest organisations with complex structures where individual departments work in their respective silos - fragmented business processes and duplicated , legacy systems and technologies, posing obstacles to cross sector integration and interoperability - Processes and data are tied to a department, and inter-departmental processes are often paper based - Often one department is in the dark with regard to another department - Insufficient standardisation of systems, infrastructure for collaboration Upfront assertion: The situation ushers in a drive for innovation and PE To be entrepreneurial and innovative in delivering services – designing & developing new ways, ‘tearing down old systems – being creatively destructive’ (guard against throwing the baby out with the bath water) To provide an enabling environment for the rest (private & civil society) to be entrepreneurial & innovative in economic growth Limpopo Public Works Commercialisation - ‘redundant’ workers (excess staff) - instead of retrenchments, once identified, they were assessed on strengths & competencies, trained & set up as SMMEs and government outsourced road maintenance to them.Chiefs got P110 000 for finishing second, but it was Rollers the 2014 Kabelano Champions who left the stadium feeling victorious.Timesheet for both games – Semifinals against Extension Gunners – 18* – Segolame Boy 35* – Motsholetsi Viva Sikele 38* – Jerome Louis (penalty) 63* – Segolame Boy 65* – Sekhana Koko 78* – Manqoba Ngwenya 88* – Lesego Molemogi Finals against Mochudi Centre Chiefs – 4* – Conceded goal to Chiefs – Ayanda Molefe scores 69* – Sekhana Koko equalizes for Popa. Maano Ditshupo, Kobamelo Kebaikanye, Sekhana Koko, Gofaone Tiro, Simisani Mathumo, Jerome Louis scored at the penalties while it was unfortunate for Lawrence Majawa to miss his spot kick.For turning up and conceding seven goals, Gunners, were rewarded with P55 000 and few Rollers supporters would argue that they deserved something for contributing to the day’s entertainment.
Gaborone United also got P55 000 having lost 2-1 to Chiefs in the day’s first semi final- Molefhe and Mara Moloi’s goals for Magosi enough as GU only managed a Dipsy Selolwane goal.Copyright 2014 The Official Township Rollers FC Website.