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I will sue the hospital!

News: 17 June 2019 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Despite persistent calls by Limpopo health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba for efficient service to reduce the alarming lawsuits against the province' health facilities, patients seem to continue to get bad service.

UCT’s force of nature shines in Ireland

News: 16 June 2019 By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

Ms Sarina Mapharalala from Ha-Kutama Tshikwarani, a UCT final-year student, recently participated in the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) in Ireland, Dublin. The participation followed her victory as the winner of the 2018 Vice-Chancellor’s Award, where she was hailed as the institution’s ‘force of nature.’

Die (boerseun)-sendeling van die Soutpansberg

News: 16 June 2019 By Anton van Zyl

Verlede week is die geboortedag van een van die Soutpansberg se merkwaardigste figure herdenk. Hy is iemand wat later jare beskryf is as ‘n “stuk brandhout uit die vuur geruk”; ‘n persoon wat ‘n onuitwisbare merk op sendingwerk in Afrika gelaat het.

Makhado rates to increase with 5,2%

News: 15 June 2019 By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

As usual taxpayers will have to bear the burden of increased expenditure at the Makhado Municipality. During his annual budget speech last Friday, the mayor announced above inflation tariff increases, with electricity tariffs rising with 13.07%.

Hero’s welcome for Uzwothe

News: 15 June 2019 By Ndivhuwo Musetha

Uzwothe Mukwevho, who represented South Africa at the Women Deliver Conference in Vancouver, Canada, last week, received a hero’s welcome when she returned to her school on Monday.


Tannie Tillie de Jager sterf

News: 14 June 2019 By Anton van Zyl

Heelwat inwoners van die Soutpansberg sal tannie Tillie de Jager onthou. Sy en haar man, oom Chris, het vir meer as veertig jaar in Louis Trichardt gewoon. Sy is egter op Dinsdag, 4 Junie, in die ouderdom van 92 jaar oorlede.

Housebreakers' reign of terror

News: 14 June 2019 By Phathutshedzo Luvhengo

Residents in several areas of Louis Trichardt are being terrorised by a gang or gangs of housebreakers. It also seems as if very little is being done to apprehend members of the syndicate involved in the thefts.

Humble municipal employee buried

News: 13 June 2019

The late Mr Phanuel “Chindege” Mulea (49), an employee of the Musina Municipality, was described as a humble and humorous person who was full of jokes. A memorial service was held in his honour at his home in Musina Campbell last Thursday.

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