Protector clears Musina municipality

News: 27 November 2014

The Office of the Public Protector has cleared the Musina Municipality of allegations of nepotism, corruption and price increases of a strategic planning session, which was held in Phalaborwa in March 2013.

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Headmen receives info on law of succession

News: 21 November 2014 By Silas Nduvheni

Nearly 450 Vhavenda traditional leaders, especially headmen in the Vhembe region, attended a day-long workshop on the customary law of succession, after it was found that there are many disputes of succession after the headmen had passed away.

Angry mob nearly kills traffic officer

News: 21 November 2014 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

A 40-year-old traffic officer nearly lost his life when community members of Mushongoville in Musina bayed for his blood and assaulted him. This happened after he had allegedly shot and killed a 25-year-old man in the street.

Not all issues were raised, says tenants

News: 21 November 2014 By Isabel Venter

In the story titled “Toilet War” in last week’s edition of the Zoutpansberger and Limpopo Mirror, the tenants are quoted as being unhappy with the fact that they do not have keys to all the toilets in the building. According to the article, the issue was resolved when new keys were cut and all tenants were given keys.