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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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Unrest in Kutama after football star is stabbed to death

News: 30 March 2019 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The violent death of a young soccer player from Maebane sent shockwaves through the community the past week and caused widespread unrest. Earlier this week, roads leading to Midoroni and Maebane were barricaded with rocks, scrap metal, dustbins and pieces of wood and trees. Tyres were also set alight to block access to some areas.

Granny (90) finally gets her taxi permit restored

News: 25 March 2019 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

The heart of an elderly taxi owner, Mrs Mushathama Sarah Makaukau (90), is bubbling over with triumph, joy and happiness after the Department of Transport finally resolved her problem. Her operating licence or permit was converted from one taxi association to another without her permission.

Are police losing the fight against crime?

News: 24 March 2019 By Elmon Tshikhudo

On Friday afternoon, the Thohoyandou CBD resembled the set of a Hollywood action movie, with gunfire being exchanged between armed robbers and the police, forcing bystanders to duck for cover or run for their lives - not once, but on two occasions.

Eight houses belonging to foreigners torched

News: 24 March 2019 By Elmon Tshikhudo

A few years ago, the Vuwani area became the scene of strife and violent protests that left many schools and other properties torched in protest against the inclusion of the area into a new municipality that includes areas of Malamulele.

DBV sê dit is beslis dieremishandeling

News: 24 March 2019 By Andries van Zyl

Die Louis Trichardt Dierebeskermingsvereniging (DBV) het hulself tot die hof gewend en hoop vir die suksesvolle vervolging van ‘n Louis Trichardt inwoner wat volgens hulle homself skuldig gemaak het aan ernstige dieremishandeling.

Vhembe’s website hacked

News: 23 March 2019 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

As if the embattled Vhembe District Municipality does not have enough problems, the municipality’s website has become the target of hackers. Last Friday, the site was unavailable for part of the morning, with the message “Hacked by Semtex – Kill or be killed” displayed across the screen. The past week, Google’s Chrome browser flagged the site as a possible phishing site.

Verloorstryd om kremetart te red

News: 23 March 2019 By Andries van Zyl

Natuurliefhebbers moes Woensdag magteloos toekyk hoe een van Louis Trichardt se unieke landmerke, die groot kremetartboom op die hoek van Noordwes en Jeppestraat, met byl en kettingsaag gevel word.

Nthambeleni inaugurated as vice-chancellor and principal

News: 22 March 2019 By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

“Universities are the dominant producers of new knowledge. They provide opportunities for social mobility and simultaneously strengthen equity, social justice and democracy. They are important public institutions that must assist in making contributions to our country’s overall developmental priorities.”

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