24 April 2014 By Silas Nduvheni
News: Realising that the number of rape cases in villages such as Tshisaulu, Phiphidi and Tshiombo were increasing, the Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Programme (TVEP), in conjunction with the Safer South African Foundation, has organized a competition where the participants can sketch anti-rape posters.
Nurses’ suspension and final warning revoked in clinic case
Tshivhase and King Toni smoke the peace pipe
21-Year-old stabbed to death
22 August 2014 By Elmon Tshikhudo
News: Manowa mahulwane a tshi todou fa a da vhathuni literally means that when the big snakes want to die, they come from the deep, dense bushes to the open area. The same proved to be true for a wanted fugitive who recently escaped from the Thohoyandou Magistrate Court's holding cells.
17 April 2014 By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo
News: The article that a Limpopo Mirror correspondent wrote two weeks ago may be the reason he has received several threatening calls the past week. The unidentified callers are seemingly upset with a story about a Makhado councillor who is being investigated for the alleged illegal selling of houses for the poor in Tshikota.
17 April 2014 By Silas Nduvheni
News: Traditional dances such as Tshikona and Uluvha were part of the activities at Zwiendeulu zwa Tshitanzhe (the sacred burial place of chiefs), when traditional leaders and communities paid their last respects to the late Vhamusanda Vho-Nyilenyile Tshisudzungwane of Tshitanzhe village outside Mutale last Friday evening.