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Is being in hospital bed funny? Now it's ICU pose after #DeadPose

News: 23 October 2017

A few months ago, the hashtag #DeadPose caused an outcry on social media, with people expressing their disgust at the social media users who posted pictures of themselves where they appear to have died. The latest “craze” is to post pictures where it looks as if the person has been admitted to ICU, under the hashtag #ICU.

Written by: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Leadership certificates for Girls Club

News: 22 October 2017 By Silas Nduvheni

Nearly 40 members of the Girls Club of Lwandani Secondary School in Tshisaulu village outside Thohoyandou received certificates for their leadership skills, after they attended a two-day workshop, conducted by the Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Programme (TVEP).

Abuse leaves residents shocked

News: 22 October 2017 By Isabel Venter

Mahatma Gandhi once said that the greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated. So what is the greatness of Louis Trichardt and its residents?

I don't blame him

News: 22 October 2017 By Maanda Bele

“I no longer blame him,” said Livhuwani Mukheli* when referring to her biological brother. This is the same brother who, when she was a 14 year-old-girl, raped her repeatedly. Seventeen years have passed and her brother is still serving a lengthy jail sentence.


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MTG increases Thufla sponsorship

Sport: 21 October 2017

A local funeral parlour, MTG Funerals, will continue to sponsor the Thulamela Local Football Association (Thulfa) in the coming soccer season.

Written by: Frank Mavhungu


Blood flows in “cat-fight”

Video: 04 May 2017

The VIP section of the Migeroni pub near Thohoyandou resembled a slaughter house on Saturday night, after a fight broke out between two girls. The girls apparently stabbed each other with beer bottles.

Written by: Prudence Bopape

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"I gained respect without demanding it"

Entertainment: 23 October 2017

A young and talented hip hop artist, N-1, also known as Cape2Cairo, is a singer who believes that he “resides in his rhymes,” which only means that life is meaningless without music.

Written by: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho