Mashamba resident is the new MEC for health

News: 28 May 2015

Premier Stanley Mathabatha reshuffled his cabinet during a special sitting in Polokwane on Wednesday morning.

Written by: Kaizer Nengovhela

Not the tokoloshe merely a bushbaby

News: 28 May 2015 By Andries van Zyl

In the 8 May edition of the Limpopo Mirror, Mr Fhulufhedzani Munzhelele of Tshifudi-Mushungwa outside Thohoyandou proudly displayed the dead remains of what he believed to be a tokoloshe that he had killed. The poor animal, however, was not a tokoloshe but just an unfortunate bushbaby.

Cleaning campaign at Musina

News: 27 May 2015 By News Correspondent

Representatives from local taxi associations, government institutions, businesses, religious groups, traditional leaders and community members recently converged at Musina Taxi Rank for a highly successful clean-up campaign.

Pastor’s house set alight after “witchcraft” confessions

News: 22 May 2015 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

A large mob of residents in Musina set a house alight that belongs to an elderly pastor. This followed after the pastor had allegedly made a public confession about his “witchcraft” activities on Charis TV channel, where he requested spiritual help from the Apostle JB Makananisa of the Charis Missionary Church.

“Dangerous” toilets at Bungeni school

News: 22 May 2015 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Pupils of Masungi Primary School at Bungeni are forced to relieve themselves in the bushes as a result of the dilapidated and dangerous state of their toilets. The school’s four classrooms and toilets have been left uncompleted by contractors.

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R7 000 fine for Muraleni United for assaulting the ref

Sport: 28 May 2015

Muraleni United Brothers received a fine of R7 000 for assaulting Referee Ndifelani Mathabwe in their match against Mpheni Home Defenders a fortnight ago. They were also found guilty of causing the abandonment of the match. 

Written by: Kaizer Nengovhela

“Local writers must know their rights” Seeber

Entertainment: 27 May 2015

A group of local writers, a bookseller and publishing consultant convened a workshop on writers’ rights, issues of plagiarism, copyright and other literary matters at Guyo Book Service in Louis Trichardt last week.

Written by: News Correspondent

Confessing pastor's house burnt down

Video: 22 May 2015

A pastor from Musina's house was set alight after he allegedly made a public confession about his "witchcraft" activities.

Written by: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho


Statistics for Sexual & Domestic Violence in Thohoyandou district

Some informative statistics highlighting the alarming number of occurrences of sexual and domestic violence in the Thohoyandou area, as supplied by the TVEP. Updated monthly. 


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