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Tannie Tillie de Jager sterf

News: 14 June 2019 By Anton van Zyl

Heelwat inwoners van die Soutpansberg sal tannie Tillie de Jager onthou. Sy en haar man, oom Chris, het vir meer as veertig jaar in Louis Trichardt gewoon. Sy is egter op Dinsdag, 4 Junie, in die ouderdom van 92 jaar oorlede.

Housebreakers' reign of terror

News: 14 June 2019 By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

Residents in several areas of Louis Trichardt are being terrorised by a gang or gangs of housebreakers. It also seems as if very little is being done to apprehend members of the syndicate involved in the thefts.

Humble municipal employee buried

News: 13 June 2019

The late Mr Phanuel “Chindege” Mulea (49), an employee of the Musina Municipality, was described as a humble and humorous person who was full of jokes. A memorial service was held in his honour at his home in Musina Campbell last Thursday.

Constable Mutshekwa laid to rest

News: 13 June 2019 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Mourners from all over the province and outside attended the funeral of Const Mbuedzedzo Mutshekwa (43). He was buried at Masia De Hoop on Saturday. He passed away a fortnight ago in a vehicle accident.

Baobab trees can generate income and improve economy

News: 10 June 2019

The Musina Local Municipality, in partnership with the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism, organized the Biodiversity Day Celebration with special reference to the baobab tree last Wednesday.

The event took place at Tshipise Tsha Sagole Youth Centre in Ward 10 of

Tshivhase urges Vuwani to support the ANC

News: 09 June 2019 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Limpopo PEC member and well-known traditional leader Mailausumbwa Kennedy Tshivhase has called on residents of Davhana outside Vuwani in the Collins Chabani municipality to continue supporting the ANC, “as it is the only organization that has the capacity to bring a better life for all”.

Union demands an 8% increase

News: 09 June 2019 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

“We are making it loud and clear that the workers will not get back to work until the employers have entered into a salary increment agreement with them. Even tomorrow (Wednesday) workers will meet here in front the Elim SuperSpar and demonstrate peacefully for better work conditions.”

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