From sportscaster to advocate

News: 21 April 2024 By Silas Nduvheni

“Everything is possible; one only needs to be determined, hardworking, and dedicated. If you start something, make sure you finish it, and age should not be a limitation.” This is the mindset of former PhalaPhala FM radio announcer and SABC sportscaster Thivhulawi Gilbert Nyadzhiwa, better known as “Gwati Muzere” in the broadcasting industry.

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New lab welcomed by Bungeni learners

News: 20 April 2024 By Thembi Siaga

A new state-of-the-art science laboratory was unveiled at Russel Bungeni High School in Bungeni village on Friday, 5 April. The laboratory is the result of a partnership between the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI), Stellenbosch University, the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI), and the traditional authority, led by Hosi Given Bungeni.

Rialivhuwa and Sally are king and queen

News: 20 April 2024 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Rialivhuwa Mulaudzi (17), a Grade 11 learner from Lwamondo High School, and Sally Marikhele, a Grade 10 student from Nngweni High School (15), were crowned king and queen of the Mr and Miss Vhembe District High Schools Pageant. The annual beauty pageant took place at the Tshavhalovhedzi Zion Apostolic Church on 6 April.

'Headman demolished my house'

News: 20 April 2024 By Kaizer Nengovhela

A resident of Komati village near Vleifontein is very upset after his house was demolished, following a dispute about ownership. The structure was allegedly erected without the necessary permission obtained from the traditional leader.

Department shuts down Ziggy School

News: 19 April 2024 By Thembi Siaga

An unregistered school that has been operating since 2019 was closed by the Limpopo Department of Education last week. Parents had to scramble to find a new educational home for their children, with many feeling that the department had failed to protect the children by not acting against the owners of the school sooner.

MMSEZ now also looking at nuclear power

News: 19 April 2024 By Andries van Zyl

Environmental groups reacted this week to the news that the proponents of the Musina-Makhado Special Economic Zone (MMSEZ) are now looking at nuclear power to fuel this controversial development.

Prophet Muritho's nightmare continues

News: 19 April 2024 By Elmon Tshikhudo

A month ago, controversial Sibasa prophet Phathutshedzo Sikhubu, also known as Prophet Innocent Muritho or Ritha, surprised many when he asked the nation to pray for the Thohoyandou Police Station. He claimed he had had a bad dream about the station. Now, his "prophecy" may have manifested, but in an unexpected way.

'When will the masterminds be arrested?'

News: 19 April 2024 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Five people convicted of murdering Moses Maluleke, the former mayor of the Collins Chabane Municipality, were sentenced to life imprisonment last week. Maluleke’s family, however, believes the masterminds behind the murder are still at large.

My mother was killed, toddler tells aunt

News: 19 April 2024 By Elmon Tshikhudo

When a three-year-old girl walked to her aunt’s house on Monday (15th) to tell her that her mother had been killed, no one believed her. The girl was even told not to joke about such matters. However, a short while later, the body of the mother was discovered in a pool of blood.

Woede ná R524 nog ‘n lewe eis

News: 19 April 2024 By Andries van Zyl

Die haglike toestand van die R524-pad tussen Louis Trichardt en Thohoyandou was Sondagmiddag weer die oorsaak van ‘n ernstige motorongeluk, wat gelei het tot die dood van die 14-jarige Daniëlle Mitchell. Haar ma, Karlo Mitchell (43), het wonderbaarlik die ongeluk oorleef.

Residents threaten with total shutdown

News: 18 April 2024 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Communities from Harammbuda have threatened to embark on a full-blown shutdown of the area, should the Limpopo government fail to address their road problems amicably. The roads in question are the D3695 road from Tshandama to Ha-Khakhu and the D3674 from Matavhela to Tshixwadza.

Vrae oor waarom Vhembe so sloer?

News: 18 April 2024 By Andries van Zyl

Sowat ses weke gelede het mnr. Tim Fraser van Louis Trichardt besluit om die regte ding te doen en ‘n groot waterlek laer af in die straat waar hy bly aan die Vhembe Distriksmunisipaliteit (Vhembe) te rapporteer. Duisende liters water het in die straat af gestroom en die lek het tot gevolg gehad dat huise hoër op sonder water was.

Border fence contractors lose appeal

News: 18 April 2024

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) has welcomed the judgment of the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA), which dismissed a special leave-to-appeal application brought by Caledon River Properties Pty Ltd and Profteam CC. These companies sought to challenge a decision of the High Court  (HC) and the Special Tribunal that stripped them of the profits earned from the construction of a mesh border fence between South Africa and Zimbabwe during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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