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“You seek to distort the history of the DPF”

News: 23 November 2018 By Anton van Zyl

The leader of the Dabalorivhuwa Patriotic Front (DPF), Tshifhiwa Samuel Makhale, lashed out at the Limpopo Mirror for mentioning the name of the party without first consulting with it. Makhale accused the newspaper of projecting a false image of the party and its leaders.

Secret plot to get rid of Makhado mayor?

News: 23 November 2018 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Does a secret plan exist to get rid of Makhado’s mayor, Shonisani Sinyosi, along with the municipal manager, Freddy Tshivhenga? This is certainly the opinion of some members high up in the ANC’s regional executive committee.

No Eskom power cut at Musina

News: 23 November 2018

Community members, the business sector and various stakeholders that procure electricity directly from the Musina Municipality are relieved after the announcement that Eskom has suspended the bulk electricity supply interruption that was scheduled to have started on Monday this week (19 November). 

It's back to jail for Els

News: 22 November 2018 By Jo Robinson

The 45-year-old Jacques Els, who was found guilty of possession and dealing in rhino horn without the required permits as a result of a plea bargain in March 2012, appeared in the Louis Trichardt Regional court on 15 November to receive his final sentence.

Health service now at their doorstep

News: 19 November 2018 By Elmon Tshikhudo

A brand-new clinic was officially opened at the campus premises at Vhembe TVET College at Makwarela in Sibasa by the Minister of Higher Education, Ms Naledi Pandor. She officially opened the infrastructure that will serve students, college staff and communities around the college last Saturday.

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Not so perfect break-in at Perfect Water

Video: 18 October 2018

On Sunday, 14 October at 23:05, two burglars broke into the Perfect Water shop at 33 Songozwi Street, Louis Trichardt. The shop is owned by Johan and Leana van Rooyen. Johan said that the burglars knew exactly what they were looking for and where to get it. While the alarm apparently did not register at the security company, it did go off at the shop, and the thieves, including one with a very distinctive tattoo, were caught on the shop’s closed-circuit television cameras.