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A ray of light for family after their house burns down

News: 19 December 2021 By Maanda Bele

A local financial services company came to the rescue of a family in Tshitale who lost all their belongings when their house burnt down. Butali Financial Services Makhado offered to fix the house, so that the family can move in again.

Musina EMS drivers accused of not responding quickly

News: 18 December 2021 By Bernard Chiguvare

For the second time in only six months, the EMS services in Musina are being accused by local communities of being unreliable and uncaring towards people in need of medical attention. This follows an instance where the lack of urgency by the EMS service has allegedly resulted in the loss of a life.

Panic at border when soldiers arrive

News: 18 December 2021 By Bernard Chiguvare

A game of cat and mouse ensued at the Beitbridge Border Post on Monday, 13 December, when the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) showed up to take charge at all the illegal routes between South Africa and Zimbabwe that immigrants use to get in and out.

Jimmy oorleef messteek

News: 18 December 2021 By Andries van Zyl

Die welbekende Jimmy Moodie (64) van Louis Trichardt erken self hy is gelukkig om te leef, nadat hy Sondagaand met ‘n mes in die bo-been gesteek is deur ‘n inbreker wat by sy buurman in Burgerstraat ingebreek het.

'Start hiring, or we strike …'

News: 17 December 2021 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The two dominant labour unions at the Makhado Municipality have issued an ultimatum to the political leadership to start filling the vacant posts within the municipality immediately. They believe that the political game-playing within the ruling party is affecting service delivery and can lead to more corruption.

Rotondwa recognised for her entrepreneurial skills

News: 17 December 2021 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Rotondwa Musitha, who runs a recycling company in the Vhembe District called Trash Converters, smiled from ear to ear after she was recognised and awarded for her sterling entrepreneurial skills.

Amos Ndou is flying the SA flag high in China

News: 17 December 2021

Amos Ndivhuwo Ndou, a foreign-language teacher in the state of Shanghai in China, continues to fly the South African flag high. Ndou, who hails from the border town of Musina, scooped up the Best Foreign Teacher Award during the Walton Foreign Language School’s annual award ceremony, which was held on 3 December this year. He competed with 22 other foreign teachers from America, Britain, Scotland, Canada and Jamaica.

Matibe faction triumphant at ANC conference

News: 16 December 2021 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The ANC faction supporting Tshitereke Matibe and Adv Makonde Mathivha were triumphant during the past weekend’s regional conference elections. Matibe was elected as chairperson of the ANC in Vhembe, with Mathivha getting the most votes for the position of deputy chairperson.

Community shocked over family killing

News: 16 December 2021 By Maanda Bele

A tragic atmosphere still prevails in the village of Davhana near Vuwani, after a 34-year-old Zimbabwean man brutally killed his 32-year-old girlfriend and nine-month-old child. He then buried their bodies in a shallow grave and hanged himself.

Festive season cheer not enjoyed by everybody

News: 16 December 2021

For most people, Christmas and New Year’s Eve is a time of joy and happiness, but for others this is a time of dread. This is especially true for pet owners and their pets as people light up the night sky with fireworks.

'My mother waited for 18 year to be told she has an RDP house'

News: 12 December 2021 By Bernard Chiguvare

Local activist Sekelani Ndou reckons that the allocation of RDP houses in Musina is a big problem. Sekelani’s sentiments on the matter follow his discovery that his mother had been waiting for 18 years for someone at Coghsta (Department of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs) to let her know that she could move into the RDP house that had been allocated to her in 2003.

Vhembe farmers trained in hydroponics

News: 12 December 2021 By Bernard Chiguvare

“The trend of the fourth industrial revolution is to save water,” said Calvin Nembidzane, the managing director of BLC Academy at a certificate-awarding ceremony held at Mount Azimbo Lodge on Friday, 2 December.

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