Pastor’s house set alight after “witchcraft” confessions

News: 22 May 2015

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.

Written by: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

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“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.

“Graduates must help shape country”

News: 22 May 2015 By Silas Nduvheni

The chancellor of the University of Venda, Mr Kgalema Motlanthe, described the graduation ceremony as one of the most important occasions on the university's academic calendar. He congratulated the students whohad  received their hard-earned degrees and diplomas and he urged graduates to help shape the country with their academic knowledge.

Referee assaulted during Mpheni match

News: 22 May 2015 By Kaizer Nengovhela

SAFA Vhembe's disciplinary committee will investigate the alleged assault of a referee, following Saturday's match at Mpheni between the current log leaders of stream E, Mpheni Home Defenders Stars, and Muraleni United Brothers.

Venda sculptor claims his agent left him high and dry

News: 21 May 2015 By Elmon Tshikhudo

The internationally acclaimed sculptor and performer, Samson Mudzunga (80), is preparing for a fight with his former lawyer and manager, Mr Allan Jacobs. Mudzunga alleges that the lawyer made large amounts of money from the sales of his artwork while very little ended up in the artist's pocket.