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Wanted fugitive meets the People’s wrath

22 August 2014 By Elmon Tshikhudo
News: Manowa mahulwane a tshi todou fa a da vhathuni literally means that when the big snakes want to die, they come from the deep, dense bushes to the open area. The same proved to be true for a wanted fugitive who recently escaped from the Thohoyandou Magistrate Court's holding cells.
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I have been reading stories in this website for sometimes now. I would like to also play a role in feed-backing on certain issues that I normally read or happen to read on my daily visits to the site. To be honest when a story is written and there spelling errors,grammatical errors and also other language mistakes, it happens that you look at the story written and you happen not to continue. When I was still doing my Undergraduate degree in Media, my Lecturer once said and I quote, " when you write a something and you are to publish it, make sure you re-check your spellings and other grammar mistakes that you don't want to fade the attention of the readers away with". So to the CREW, I would like you to do that before You publish something to the public so you don't sell the trust of the readers away. So I will also advise that, though there is no master of a language but is of vital importance that you re-check everything before it goes out and also if possible get someone who will proofread all writings before they come to us as a public.

ZAShumani Moses Nemadzivhanani - 2014-08-15 16:22:21

Bada ya Mapate u bva tshe ya kumbiwa na namusi ahuna tshine tsha khou ambiwa. Mirror....maybe this is something to investigate, perhaps someone is being paid for work not being done....thats how our government operates. we dont wana know whether the road is for the province, thulamela or whoever, we only want to see the road repaired and improved. Mapate ndi hone huhothe hu sina bada ya tshigontiri, villages surrounding it including duthuni, tshisahulu na lwamondo main roads dzavho dzothe ndi tshingontiri (tarred road). people keep on voting for these useless party time and again but we dont see results. Na madi a huna mara treatment plant is located on our river, its strange. Mapate village!!!!

ZABenson Mpete - 2014-07-10 16:33:16

The road from Ts***andani to Madombidzha. One can see that the base course on that road has deteriorated and fixing the potholes is just a short term solution. The entire road needs to be rehabilitated. I believe it has run out of its span life and it is at a point where it cannot be fixed but redone.

Maybe the newspaper must get hold of the design reports and check what the designed life span of that road is?

I have witnessed the repairs of potholes done and I was suprised to see the method and materials being used and asked myself whether we dont have competent people who has the knowledge of roads construction/repairs as the same spot that was repaired didnot last week.

it is sad to see state of which our roads is in.

ZATakalani - 2014-05-19 12:16:00

I just love to read news from home while in Gauteng. It keeps me informed of all the matters from home. The Digital publication as well is a creative innovation and i hope to see more of these creative ideas to enable readers ease of using and accessing this useful information. The flash player on pictures and careers also very nice. "Keep up the excellent work"

ZABenson Mpete - 2014-03-07 17:25:20

I remember as a young soccer administrator back in the day, Mirror was the efficient and reliable source of information to get update about the local soccer reports. Even when I have been away from home for some years now, I always look forward to read the Mirror's electronic version regiously week in week out.

ZAHlupheka Mtileni - 2014-03-07 14:42:33

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