Innocent resident seriously injured by mob

News: 27 February 2015

A unlucky man happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time and his presence in the bushes not far from Bunzhe village earned him the wrath of the angry residents, who gave him the beating of his life.

Written by: Elmon Tshikhudo

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Death struggle

News: 27 February 2015 By Isabel Venter

Trapped under the crushing weight of his truck’s cabin, a man’s futile cries for help could be heard over the shouts and whirr of firemen and their equipment trying to free him.

“Schooling under the trees again...”

News: 27 February 2015 By Elmon Tshikhudo

As schooling started last Tuesday in most of Malamulele for the first time this year, following a total shutdown, pupils and teachers at Malamulele High School turned up, but no teaching took place at the school because conditions have worsened at the school.

“Giving money to beggars not a solution ...”

News: 27 February 2015 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Many motorists have by now become used to the dirty and semi-drunk beggar that frequents Louis Trichardt's main streets. Some give him money just to get him to go away, but others refuse to give him anything because they believe he will use it to buy more liquor and become intoxicated. 

Healer wants to cure prostitutes and the mentally ill

News: 27 February 2015 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

A 52-year-old traditional healer has a vision to heal all the mentally disabled persons who roam the towns' streets and render all Dzithangani's sex workers marriageable candidates. Not everyone, however, agrees that mental sicknesses can be healed with traditional medicines and spiritual powers.