Friday, February 24, 2017

South Africans braced...

MEDICINES destined for...

In the jungle...

SUSPECTED human trafficker...

AS THE north-easterly...

Limpopo

MEDICINES destined for public hospitals and clinics have been stolen from the main pharmaceutical depot...

TWO years have passed since Gwaragwara Primary School in Nkotokwane village, Limpopo was destroyed by...

South Africans braced themselves for heavy downpours which could result in flooding after authorities warned...

People from different churches under the banner of the SA Council of Churches (SACC) marched...

A family of a 19-year-old girl from Mapela village in Limpopo, are seething after the...

Residents of Bela-Bela in Limpopo barricaded streets leading into and out of the township, while protesting for High billing of the Electricity fee on...

Businesses and schools in Vuwani, the scene of municipal boundaries disputes, reopened yesterday after disruptions on Monday as some residents staged protests to reject...

After being in the civil service for the past 18 years, 46-year-old Nape Nchabeleng has made a giant stride in his career following his...

Although rhino poaching has decreased in terms of numbers, the South African National Parks (SANParks) has complained that poaching is still a problem as...

For years, a subsistence farmer’s worst nightmare was the theft of his cows, drought or diseases. But lately, just as in the wild west movies,...

The long awaited delivery of textbooks and stationery for learners in Limpopo schools is over, the provincial Department of Basic Education said. The department said...

Twenty-eight students from needy families have received bursaries to begin their studies at tertiary institutions thanks to the Polokwane municipality and the bursary committee...

With teachers calling for education MEC Ishmael Kgetjepe to be fired over the failure to deliver stationery to schools on time, Premier Stan Mathabatha...

ANCYL Limpopo Congratulate Cde Nape Nchabeleng on his Appointment as the New Director General of Limpopo Province. The African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) in...

A total of 55 young people in Phalaborwa have been given jobs to install an electrical fire suppression system for Palabora Mining Company (MPC)’s...