Who fuels the violence?

News: 23 May 2016 By Anton van Zyl

Among the people accused of fuelling the violence in Vuwani is a councillor of Makhado municipality, and this has sparked the debate about who is responsible for the unrest that has so far disrupted the lives of thousands of people. Pamphlets distributed across the region accusing prominent politicians of being involved in the issue created even more confusion.

Digital Publication

Search for a story:


Weekend tragedy

News: 23 May 2016 By Isabel Venter

What was supposed to be a weekend of fun turned into tragedy, when three young men passed away in a gruesome accident last Saturday night.

Bail applications of 11 accused denied

News: 23 May 2016 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Families of the 11 accused charged with public violence, malicious damage to property and arson in relation to the recent Vuwani mayhem in opposition to a new municipality were dismayed on Wednesday when the bail application was postponed for the second time.




Choose your resolution:
  1920x1080     1280x1024     1152x864     1024x768  

Click on the button to open the wallpaper you want. Right-click on the wallpaper and choose 'Save As'. To set the image as your wallpaper, right-click on your desktop, choose Properties, go to Desktop and 'Browse' to the location of the file. Choose the image and click on OK.

Most Read Articles the past Month

Vetkoek en maalvleis te koop
Where: Kroghstraat 126, Harcourts, LTT
Start: 27 May
Ridgeway Fete
Where: Ridgeway Colllege, Louis Trichardt
Start: 27 May
End:  28 May
Dopper Kuierkafee
Where: Gereformeerde Kerk, Louis Trichardt
Start: 27 May  (17:00 PM)
Where: Blouberg ryskool, Vivo
Start: 27 May  (18:30 PM)
Ons Tuiste Basaar
Where: Ons Tuiste ouetehuis
Start: 28 May  (08:00 AM)
Steak-aand Geesvang
Where: NG Kerk Soutpansberg, LTT
Start: 03 Jun
End:  03 Jun  (17:00 PM)

Sollys Discount World


To leave a comment you need to login / register first

Readers are encouraged to comment on articles and express their opinion. The views expressed by readers should in no way be perceived as necessarily that of the newspaper or its staff members. Comments may be pre-moderated by our team and if found offensive, be removed.

When commenting, please respect others. Be polite to all the members of our community, including other commenters, authors and the subjects of articles. We believe strongly that the Zoutnet group of websites should be a safe and welcoming space for all individuals, groups and their ideas. As such, any rudeness, insults, hate speech, hostility, or language that incites racism or unfair discrimination may be removed and you may lose your ability to comment.