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Two burnt children laid to rest

News in brief: 12 October 2019 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Grieving mourners from around Vhembe, including councillors and family members, wept as the coffins of two young girls, Tshilidzi Mulamu (3) and Tshinakaho Mulaudzi (2), were lowered in the Magau Graveyard on Saturday. The two girls burnt to death in a shack last Monday.

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Tshikota residents block roads, demand reliable water supply

News: 16 October 2019

For the second day in a row, residents of Tshikota blocked roads into the township, calling for a reliable water supply. The protest action started on Tuesday and is seemingly continuing indefinitely.

Written by: Bernard Chiguvare
 

Rambau wins provincial award

News: 13 October 2019 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Mr Tshililo Rambau, a teacher at Muungadi Primary School at Zamenkomste, received the provincial Excellence Natural Science and Technology teaching award during a ceremony at The Ranch Hotel near Polokwane a fortnight ago.

Kekana embarks on cyber safety awareness campaign

News: 12 October 2019 By Mbulaheni Ridovhona

As part of the cyber-safety awareness campaign, the Deputy Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies, Pinky Kekana, visited Tshikwarani Primary School at Madombidzha last Friday to educate learners and educators to be more vigilant about practicing safe online habits.

“SAFA Vhembe betrayed me”

News: 12 October 2019 By Frank Mavhungu

A well-known local football match commissioner, Mr Rudzani Mulaudzi, has been exonerated at last. He was acquitted by a SAFA Vhembe disciplinary committee on all charges of corruption.

 

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Try Again and Arsenal players rewarded

Sport: 12 October 2019

Players of Madombidzha Try Again and Madombidzha Arsenal recently received their rewards for hard work during the past season.

Written by: Kaizer Nengovhela
 

 

Sport League Logs for 11 October 2019

Video: 11 October 2019

The current sport logs as supplied by the relevant sports authorities

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Bulala beams after international visit to his art gallery

Entertainment: 30 September 2019

Most artists spend many days alone, toiling in patience and determination, for they believe in the value of their craftmanship. This is also the case even in Vhembe District, where many of them still struggle to make their art viable because of the lack of a market.

Written by: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho