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Situation normalises at Gogobole

News: 27 February 2020 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The total shutdown by residents of Gogobole and Tshiozwi who were blocking roads using stones and all sorts of rubble last week was called off after the three suspects who were arrested for alleged arson were released.

Epilepsy is not associated with witchcraft

News: 23 February 2020 By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

The GladAfrica Foundation and the University of Venda (Univen) launched a four-year partnership to research epilepsy to assess the prevalence of epilepsy in rural communities of Limpopo and Mpumalanga and to develop response mechanisms.

Slain taxi boss laid to rest

News: 22 February 2020 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Thousands of drivers, taxi owners, friends and concerned members of the community converged at the Louis Trichardt graveyard to pay their last respects to a slain taxi boss.

Lastige leeus knip Dave se stap kort

News: 22 February 2020 By Andries van Zyl

Leeus het ‘n stokkie gesteek voor avonturier Dave van Graan van Louis Trichardt se planne om man-alleen deur die uiters dorre Kaokoveld in die noorde van Namibië te stap – ‘n afstand van sowat 800 km.

Annah Magwala to stand down as Gogobole leader

News: 21 February 2020 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Matodzi Annah Magwala, who has been the interim headwoman at Gogobole since 2008, was told by the Polokwane High Court last week to relinquish her position as traditional leader. She may no longer perform any of the customary functions, such as the granting of occupational rights, and she may not receive any gifts as headwoman.

Taxi ranks closed amidst local taxi war

News: 21 February 2020 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The police closed some taxi ranks in Musina earlier this week and threatened to close down more routes, should the feud between two rival taxi associations not be resolved. This is the latest development in the fight between the Beit Bridge Taxi Association (BTA) and the LTT Musina Taxi Association.

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