Limpopo 'victim' wants Malema chastised23/10/2014 12:20
A Limpopo man wants EFF leader Julius Malema punished following a brawl at a take-away outlet in Limpopo, AfriForum deputy chief executive Ernst Roets said on Thursday.
AfriForum to lay charges against Malema23/10/2014 12:10
Criminal charges will be laid against EFF leader Julius Malema for allegedly assaulting a Limpopo man, AfriForum deputy chief executive Ernst Roets said on Thursday.
Glass and stones in pupils' food21/10/2014 8:01
A confidential report by the Limpopo department of education has revealed that beans meant for the national schools nutrition programme was found to have contained pieces of glass and stones, the Sowetan reported on Tuesday.
Limpopo number plate change extended20/10/2014 13:28
The deadline for adjusting Limpopo's L letter vehicle licence plates has been extended by two years, the transport department said.
Marble hall escapees nabbed19/10/2014 11:26
Two prisoners who escaped from police holding cells in Marble Hall, Polokwane, have been re-arrested, Limpopo police said on Sunday.
Inmates need medical attention10/10/2014 4:10
A visit to the inmates at Polokwane correctional services centre by a team of health workers led by Limpopo health MEC Ishmael Kgetjepe on Wednesday, has uncovered that about half of those tested for various illnesses and medical conditions were in urgent need of medical attention.
Kganyago does us proud8/10/2014 23:18
The appointment of Lesetja Kganyago as the governor of the South African Reserve Bank represents a second big score for Limpopo.
Matric candidates ready7/10/2014 23:29
The provincial department of education says it is well prepared for the Grade 12 final examinations which are expected to start in various centres this month.
Violence after flying rock kills man7/10/2014 23:22
Tension remained high at Manotwane village in Ga-Selepe area straddling Burgersfort and Lebowakgomo yesterday after a fast flying piece of rock hit and killed a villager on Monday afternoon.
Taxis used for child smuggling6/10/2014 3:02
Some illegal Zimbabwe immigrants are using long-distance taxi drivers to smuggle their kids in and out of South Africa through the Beitbridge border post.
Malema: Judge president gave orders in case1/10/2014 2:49
EFF leader Julius Malema yesterday accused North and South Gauteng High Court Judge President Dunstan Mlambo and President Jacob Zuma of having given orders to the presiding judge to postpone his money laundering and racketeering case.
Graft-accused Malema gets his day in court30/9/2014 5:14
The corruption trial of Julius Malema, leader of the vehemently anti-graft Economic Freedom Fighters, gets underway in the Polokwane Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.