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Was the VBS “minority” champion the victim of a scam?

News: 22 April 2019 By Anton van Zyl

A company claiming to represent the minority shareholders of VBS Mutual Bank, is fighting to have the liquidation of this bank reversed. The company also wants the SA Reserve Bank to release the $825 million they believe was paid to them that was earmarked for development projects in South Africa.

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Man fumes over hospital neglect

News: 15 April 2019 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

A 48-year-old ambulant patient, who should have been operated on around late February, feels that his life is being compromised after the Tshilidzini Hospital turned him away at least four times.

Has Tshilidzini gone to the dogs?

News: 15 April 2019 By Elmon Tshikhudo

In recent months, services at Tshilidzini Hospital at Tshisahulu outside Thohoyandou have been reported to be at an all-time low. This prompted the Department of Health in Limpopo to recall the whole management team and replace it with a new one in a bid to revive the hospital.

Vrou en seun in hof oor moord

News: 14 April 2019 By Andries van Zyl

Bykans drie jaar later hoop ‘n 69-jarige ma van Louis Trichardt dat sy uiteindelik antwoorde sal kry op wie presies verantwoordelik was vir haar seun se moord op ‘n kleinhoewe net buite die dorp.

The unique story of Tshiheni’s biking hero

News: 13 April 2019 By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

If you mention the name Alfred “King Donut” Matamela in motoring circles, you will immediately cause heads to turn. He is one of the most notable bikers in South Africa, but he is also very proud of his origins which go back to the small Tshiheni village in Vhembe where he herded cattle.

Tribute to a friend – Vho Paul Mulaudzi

News: 12 April 2019 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Mfowethu, no takala? (My kindred, are you well?)” That would have been Vho Paul Mulaudzi's first words of well-wishes to me if I had happened to call him today. But, for sure, I cannot ring him. He is no more.

Toni no longer king

News: 12 April 2019 By Anton van Zyl

Toni Mphephu Ramabulana is, for now, no longer the king of the Vhavenda. The Supreme Court of Appeal delivered its ruling on Friday morning, declaring former President Jacob Zuma’s ruling that he be declared king invalid.

Fidelity guards plead guilty to stealing millions

News: 12 April 2019 By Andries van Zyl

The two Fidelity security guards who were arrested on 16 January after almost R2,6 million was found buried in the ground, pleaded guilty to a charge of theft in the Louis Trichardt Magistrate’s Court last Wednesday, 3 April. They will, however, have to wait until mid-May to find out what their sentences will be.

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