It' still better to get your education late than never

News: 07 August 2022

For two local women, the road to realising their dreams had been a long and winding one, but in the end, theirs was a case of “better late than never” as they travelled towards a brighter future.


Thomani is passionate about his animals

News: 07 August 2022

Meeting someone such as Thomani Nengovhela (18) from Tshivhulani village, near Sibasa, who has such a sincere love for animals is always heart-warming. Although he has not seen it all in life, this young man reckons he has seen enough to understand that people too often disappoint each other, and for that reason he prefers animals.

Young farmer now grows nuts for SA's top brands

News: 07 August 2022 By Anton van Zyl

A development programme aimed at small-scale farmers has allowed a young female farmer from Mutele to get a foot in the door of a major buyer of produce. The 28-year-old Azwikonei Ramalivhana is now producing ground nuts that are used by Tiger Brands to produce its iconic peanut butter.

Mudau hopes to be the next Miss Limpopo Heritage

News: 06 August 2022 By Maanda Bele

Twenty-year-old Tshisima Andy Mudau from Vuwani Ha- Manavhela is among the Top 20 finalists for the Miss Limpopo Heritage 2022 pageant, and she has high hopes of winning the competition.

There's no such thing as a dirty job, says Manyaga

News: 06 August 2022

Washing other people’s dirty sneakers with one’s bare hands, a bar of soap and a bucket of water is not exactly a job many would consider something to be proud of, but in these tough economic times one does what one must to keep the pot cooking. This is what Rilinde Manyaga (25) of Mbilwi, near Sibasa does for a living, and he does not care what people think of him. At least, he says, he earns an honest living. 

Vhamusanda Vho- Zwoitea to lead Gwengoni

News: 06 August 2022 By Elmon Tshikhudo

The village of Gwengoni, under senior local traditional leader Thovhele Vho-Hanyani Tshikundamalema, has been the battleground for two warring factions about the chieftainship for a long time. These divisions impacted negatively on the residents, who could not get proper services from the municipality as a result, but all that is history now.

Long arm of the law grabs a Lotto fraudster

News: 06 August 2022

The (very) long arm of the law finally succeeded in apprehending some of the fraudsters who had looted the funds of the National Lotteries Commission (NLC), but for the communities who had had dreams of a better life, little reprieve has been provided. 


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We will hunt down the 'masterminds'

News: 05 August 2022 By Elmon Tshikhudo

“We are going to arrest with no fear or no favour. We do not care who you are and what position you hold,” Ms Polly Boshielo, the Limpopo MEC for Transport, Safety and Liaison, said outside the Malamulele Magistrate’s Court on Monday.

Another killing at Madombidzha

News: 04 August 2022 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The body of a 30-year-old man was found in a street at Madombidzha on Sunday, 31 July.

Progress at last in SAMWU murder case

News: 04 August 2022 By Silas Nduvheni

Some light has finally appeared at the end of the tunnel in the murder case of the two slain SAMWU members, Timpson Musetsho (50) and Ronald Mani (50). This was the message from the provincial secretary of COSATU in Limpopo, Mr Gerald Twala, last Wednesday (27th).

At the age of 72 former principal gets a doctor's degree

News: 31 July 2022 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Ms Phyllis Netshivhuyu retired in 2015 after 48 years of teaching. To anyone else, this would have meant chalk down and books away for a well-deserved rest, but for Netshivhuyu, who was principal of Tshikhudini Primary School for 23 years, this meant plenty of time to further her studies, and that is exactly what she did.

Mental illness can be treated with medication

News: 31 July 2022 By Silas Nduvheni

Dr Muvhango Ramovha from the Department of Health in Vhembe has urged the parents and relatives of people living with mental illnesses to encourage their loved ones to take their medication regularly.

Teenage pregnancies are a big problem in province

News: 30 July 2022

The Department of Education in Limpopo has denied claims that 11 287 learners fell pregnant between April last year and March this year in Limpopo. The figures were provided by the Minister of Basic Education, Ms Angie Motshekga, in a parliamentary answer to a question posed by the Democratic Alliance.




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