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Limpopo suspends initiation school programme

News: 01 April 2020

Limpopo Province has suspended initiation school programmes scheduled to start during the winter season, saying the step was part of curbing COVID -19.

Written by: Silas Nduvheni


Watch: Towns busy while SASSA recipients line up

News: 30 March 2020 By Anton van Zyl

Towns and business centres in the Vhembe District were busy on Monday morning, with taxis ferrying commuters to and from various areas. At face value, no lockdown was in place, and long rows of people could be spotted in Louis Trichardt and Thohoyandou’s central business district. Most of the activity was, however, caused by the earlier South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) pay-outs.

Young woman beautifies young lives

News: 30 March 2020 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

A young woman from Makwarela outside Sibasa, Ms Tondani Sikhwari, has initiated a project of adding value to the lives of those less fortunate around her, and she is doing this out of the goodness of her heart.

UAAC suspends church services

News: 29 March 2020 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The leader of the United African Apostolic Church (UAAC), archbishop David Mureri, stated his support for the total lockdown announced by the president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, on Monday night.

CPA prepares to benefit from SEZ

News: 28 March 2020 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

“The land that you received through restitution is an asset that you must cherish, appreciate and manage well. We need to ensure that the lease that you will sign with the SEZ company or Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA) must have both benefits and obligation between the lessor and the lessee.”

Informal business hit hard by Covid-19 outbreak

News: 28 March 2020 By Bernard Chiguvare

The term “business as usual” does not currently apply for stall owners and people who own bakkies for hire in Kruger street in Louis Trichardt’s CBD. The drastic measures instituted by the government to curb the Covid-19 disease has already had devastating effects on their livelihood.