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April 24, 2014 | Last Updated 12:56 PM
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‘No pulpit politicking’
22/4/2014 11:19
‘No pulpit politicking’Azapo has called on churches countrywide not to give any politicians platforms to canvass votes for the May 7 general elections, saying churches should rather pray for politicians.
Worshippers wooed!
17/4/2014 12:07
Worshippers wooed!As thousands of ZCC and St Angenas worshippers flock to Moria City outside Polokwane for their annual pilgrimage, politicians representing almost all political parties will be among them hoping to woo their votes.
Mathabatha to recount gains
23/4/2014 9:47
Successfully incorporating lands in former the Gazankulu, Venda, Lebowa and part of KwaNdebele homelands.
Other Limpopo News
Limpopo textbook case begins todayLimpopo textbook case begins today
22/4/2014 8:57
The North Gauteng High Court is today expected to begin hearing the Limpopo textbooks case.
Six arrested over explosives, guns, in LimpopoSix arrested over explosives, guns, in Limpopo
22/4/2014 8:06
Six men were arrested for the possession of unlicensed firearms and explosives in Mahwelereng, Limpopo police said on Tuesday.
Zuma to campaign in Peter Mokaba regionZuma to campaign in Peter Mokaba region
17/4/2014 10:07
President Jacob Zuma is in the Peter Mokaba region of Limpopo province. The visit forms part of a two day campaign to engage voters ahead of the May 7th election.
Dad ‘raped daughter’
14/4/2014 12:48
A 49-year-old man suspected of raping and impregnating his 14-year-old biological daughter will appear in the Ritavi Magistrate’s Court outside Tzaneen in Mopani district.
Huge traffic volumes aheadHuge traffic volumes ahead
14/4/2014 12:39
Traffic authorities in Limpopo province are bracing themselves for huge traffic volumes this week as most people, including thousands of ZCC members, are expected to travel for Easter pilgrimages.
Seven arrested for cracking safeSeven arrested for cracking safe
13/4/2014 16:34
Seven people were arrested for allegedly blasting open a safe at an agricultural co-operative's offices in Mankweng, Limpopo police said on Sunday.
Pre-Easter crackdown ends in 540 arrestsPre-Easter crackdown ends in 540 arrests
10/4/2014 11:16
Police in the province have started with anti-crime operations ahead of the Easter holidays and have already put several suspects behind bars.
Varsity breast cancer campaignVarsity breast cancer campaign
10/4/2014 10:05
Men and women at the University of Limpopo’s Turfloop campus near Polokwane, will be examined for breast cancer during the campaign dubbed purple drive on Wednesday.
Mayor gives students a welcome money boostMayor gives students a welcome money boost
9/4/2014 9:41
The Polokwane municipality has presented 40 needy students from various institutions bursaries ranging from R5000 to R30000 to help toward their studies.
R1.2 million aid for Limpopo floods victimsR1.2 million aid for Limpopo floods victims
8/4/2014 12:07
Food parcels, blankets and building materials were being delivered to flood affected municipalities in Limpopo.
Train kills nurse murder suspectTrain kills nurse murder suspect
7/4/2014 7:51
A 29-year-old nursing student who was on the run after a decomposed body of a woman was allegedly found in his room at Giyani Nursing College dormitory in Mopani district was killed by a train at the weekend.
Twenty protesters arrested in Maake village, LimpopoTwenty protesters arrested in Maake village, Limpopo
6/4/2014 11:15
Twenty people have been arrested amid the weekend service delivery protests in villages around Maake, Limpopo, police said on Sunday.
Hospital staff down toolsHospital staff down tools
3/4/2014 16:09
Sick people coming to seek medical treatment at Mucklenberg Hospital near Burgersfort in Sekhukhune district were again stranded yesterday with no one to attend to them.
Textbooks found in Limpopo warehouseTextbooks found in Limpopo warehouse
3/4/2014 15:32
"Thousands" of undelivered textbooks were found by the DA during a routine oversight visit to a teachers'training college in Fetakgomo, Limpopo.
High Court to hear Limpopo textbooks shortage caseHigh Court to hear Limpopo textbooks shortage case
1/4/2014 7:56
The high court in Pretoria is set to hear a case between schools in Limpopo province and the department of basic education.