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'Who killed our beloved Simpson?'

News: 03 June 2022 By Elmon Tshikhudo

The late Simpson Mawela Nevhulaudzi (64) may have been laid to rest, but his loved ones are still haunted by the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death, which left them with way more questions than answers.

Oom Poen (81) oorlede

News: 03 June 2022 By Andries van Zyl

Familie en vriende het Maandagmiddag, 30 Mei, met hartseer verneem van die dood van die 81-jarige oom Koos de Bruin van Louis Trichardt, oftewel oom Poen, soos meeste mense hom aan sy rugbybynaam geken het.

Fears of ritual murder at Tshapasha

News: 03 June 2022 By Silas Nduvheni

The remains of a cattle herder from Tshapasha village, who went missing earlier this year, were found in the rural mountainous village of Dzimauli-Tshapasha in Ha-Rammbuda in the Mutale area last week. His death and the circumstances surrounding it fuelled suspicion that this may have been a ritual murder.

Delay in getting ballistic results halting SAMWU murder trial

News: 02 June 2022 By Silas Nduvheni

The state prosecutor at the Thohoyandou Magistrate’s Court, Ms Mashudu Nekhumbe, told the court on Monday, 30 May, that the delay in the murder case involving the two slain South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) officials, Timpson Musetsho (50) and Ronald Mani (50), was because of the still outstanding ballistic results and comparisons of the firearms used by the suspects during the killings.

Marisa aangestel as regter van Limpopo Hooggeregshof

News: 02 June 2022 By P├ętria de Vaal

President Cyril Ramaphosa het onlangs met sy handtekening bevestig dat advokaat Marisa Naudé-Odendaal as regter van die Hooggeregshof in Limpopo aangestel is – met effek vanaf 1 Junie 2022.

Five confirmed dead in N1 bus crash

News: 02 June 2022

Five people were killed and 56 others left injured when a bus overturned on the N1 north in the Soutpansberg mountain pass outside Louis Trichardt on the afternoon of Wednesday, 1 June.

Unarine beats all odds to get degree

News: 29 May 2022 By Bernard Chiguvare

Unarine Mulaudzi from Makwarela Township’s story about how she beat all the odds by graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce degree truly is an inspiration to many – especially those from poor backgrounds.

Marchia proves that women can excel in male-dominated world

News: 29 May 2022

Marchia Mudau from Tshandama village near Tshilamba has a message of hope for all South African women who still think that certain jobs are meant specifically for men only and that that they can accomplish anything if they set their minds to it.

'Planting' cattle to uplift villages

News: 28 May 2022

Tshimangadzo Tuwani, Romeo Mudau and Maria Ndou were the first three people to receive a free cow each from the Planting Cattle in Villages Programme (CVP) during a function held on Friday, 20 May, at Tshipise Tsha Sagole village.

Pienaar lets his shoes take him to economic freedom

News: 28 May 2022 By Elmon Tshikhudo

A few years ago, Pienaar Sivhaga (56) of Itsani Tshivhuyuni outside Thohoyandou was a well-known shoemaker in the area. That was before the glittering city lights winked at him in 2016, and he decided to trade his shoemaking skills for a security job in Polokwane.

Jannie se terugkeer 'n getuigskrif van geloof

News: 27 May 2022 By Andries van Zyl

Vreugde voer weer die botoon in Jan en Anita Bouwer van Louis Trichardt se harte nadat hul seun, die 48-jarie Jannie, Maandag uit die Unitas Hospitaal ontslaan is om by die huis aan te sterk voor sy volgende breinoperasie. Ná twee weke van bekommernis is hulle dankbaar hulle seun is weer tuis en gee die Here die eer daarvoor.

Province's first botanical garden launched in Thohoyandou

News: 27 May 2022

The province’s first botanical garden, and only the 11th one in the country, was officially launched in Thohoyandou on Sunday. The Thohoyandou National Botanical Garden will add some 82 hectares of land to the gardens managed by the SA National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI).

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Patrick creates art from wooden stumps

Video: 10 December 2021

VIDEO: Patrick Manyike is a talented woodcarver from Mbhokota near Elim. We visited his studio to find out what motivates him and how he creates his stunning art pieces. Patrick learned how to do wood sculpting from internationally acclaimed local artist, Thomas Kubayi.

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