Lottery’s looted R9.5-million would have made all the difference to Limpopo cyclists

Tata ma millions, tata to the chances of rural sports stars

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News | 22 February 2024

Hawks act against one of their own for Lottery corruption

Spokeperson Hangwani Mulaudzi and former Head of Risk at the National Lotteries Commission Marubini Ramatsekisa are both named in a dossier handed to prosecutors

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Feature | 12 February 2024

High Court finds appointment of Makhado Chief Financial Officer unlawful

Top-scoring candidate Godfrey Raliphada was overlooked by Makhado council

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Law | 12 February 2024

Protesters bring Louis Trichardt to a standstill for one hour

Hundreds march demanding better services from government

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Brief | 23 January 2024

Protesters call for total shutdown of Makhado

March over municipality’s failure to provide services planned for Tuesday

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Brief | 22 January 2024

Hawker gets her money back from Checkers

Retailer contacts Langanani Mamburu after her story sparks outrage

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Brief | 29 November 2023

Hawker takes Checkers to court

She wants her R4,000 back

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News | 23 November 2023

Limpopo villagers have to pray for rain or buy borehole water

Two villages in the Malamulele region don’t have access to clean running water, despite the municipality installing boreholes there.

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News | 14 November 2023

70 small-scale Musina farmers face eviction

The municipality wants the land for a new township

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News | 10 November 2023

Disability group battles to keep going after robbery

The cash-strapped organisation in Musina has 250 members who rely on it

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Brief | 31 October 2023

Almost a third of Limpopo residents have no access to piped water

Human Rights Commission report slams failure of water supply in Limpopo

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News | 23 October 2023

Limpopo villagers finally get vital bridge but not through government

The Vondo community raised their own funds and finished the job with the help of a state owned forestry company and a private enterprise

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Brief | 20 October 2023

Limpopo hawkers evicted to make way for road repairs

These Elim vendors pay licence fees but they have not been helped to find an alternative trading site

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News | 18 October 2023

People living with disabilities march to Musina municipality for services and jobs

“The municipality has no heart for disabled people” says mother with three disabled children

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Brief | 12 October 2023

Thunderstorm wreaks havoc in Limpopo village

More than 200 households affected

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Brief | 29 September 2023

Lottery corruption: Limpopo couple’s bid to hold on to their luxury homes

I did nothing wrong, says Collins Tshisimba as the Special Investigating Unit moves to freeze two properties

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Feature | 31 August 2023