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Limpopo remembers its champion

Mbulaeni Tongai Mulaudzi  was born on the 8th of  September 1980  in Muduluni village in the then Transvaal Province recently called Limpopo Province.  He met his untimely death on the 24th Of October 2014 at a tender age of 34. He  was a South African middle distance runner, and the 2009 world champion in the men's 800 metres. He carried the flag for his native country at the opening ceremony of the 2004 Summer Olympics, where he became an Olympic silver medallist.

His first global medal was a bronze at the 2003 World Championships in Athletics, which came a year after his victory at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Mulaudzi was the gold medallist at the 2004 IAAF World Indoor Championships and won two further silver medals at the competition in 2006 and 2008. He was runner-up at continental level on three occasions, taking the 800m silver at the African Championships in Athletics in 2000 and at the All-Africa Games in 2003 and 2007.

His personal best for the 800 m was 1:42.86 minutes. He ranked first on time in the 2006 and 2007 seasons, becoming the first Black South African to achieve such.

He was blessed with a blistering finish and a competitive nature during races, when the racing was done and dusted there were times when he seemed almost bemused by the interest in his exploits and was never one to seek the media spotlight and headline hogging. After winning gold at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, England flag-bearer Mulaudzi went on to grab silver at the 2004 Athens Olympics in Greece and in 2009 he added the world championship title to his name in Berlin, Germany. After injury finally put paid to his competitive career, true to the person he was, Mulaudzi was ever keen to put back into the sport that brought him so much joy.

At the time of his passing he was involved in various training groups in the Limpopo province. May the son of the soil rest in peace, his contribution will forever remain an inspiration to us and generations to come!!

Funeral takes place on Saturday - 1 November 2014 in Miduluni, Makhado

Premier hails the SABC initiative

By Maano Nekhavhambe and Mulaudzi Maanda

The South African Broadcasting Corporations (SABC) in partnership with the Office of the Premier and Media, Information and Communication Technology (MICT) SETA launched a skills development programme learnership on Tuesday 7 October 2014.

DBE works hand in hand with the Limpopo Department of Education to improve quality education

Minister of Basic Education, Mrs Angie Motshekga, visited the Limpopo province to review progress in terms of outstanding matters under section 100 (1) b to fast-track the delivery of the 10 non-negotiables to radically transform the basic education sector.

Premier Mathabatha hands over thirteen Ambulances

By Elvis Tshikhudo and David Mulaudzi

The Premier of Limpopo Mr Chupu Stanley Mathabatha and MEC of Health Mr Ishmael Kgatjepe recently handed over thirteen (13) Ambulances to health care facilities across the province as part of the promise they made to the people of Limpopo in June this year.

Public Servant wins an Award at the SATMA

By Thembi Siweya

Ms Selepe Julia Aphane popularly known by her stage name Pheladi has done the province proud again. The well-known writer of prescribed Sepedi books recently received an award from the South African Traditional Music Awards (SATMA) under the category of Best Sepedi Album.

Shining Stars Matric Fridays launched

By Maanda Mulaudzi

Premier Chupu Stanley Mathabatha launched the Shining Stars Matric Friday. The launch was done at Polokwane Correctional Services on the 10th of October 2014. The citizens of Limpopo are encouraged to put on their school uniforms every Friday in support and solidarity with the class of 2014 who will be seating for their exams soon.

Limpopo reaction on Nigeria tragedy

Limpopo Premier Chupu Mathabatha has again reiterated his heartfelt condolences on the aftermath of the Nigerian tragedy were more than 80 South Africans perished when a church collapsed a few weeks ago.

Traditional Leaders to participate in Government Medical Scheme

By Maanda Mulaudzi

All traditional leaders will be participating in the Government Medical Aid Scheme known as GEMS. MEC Jerry Ndou announced this while he was opening Limpopo House of Traditional Leaders on behalf of Premier Chupu Mathabatha. The opening was done at Thohoyandou, Vhembe District on 19 September 2014. Traditional leaders from Limpopo and other provinces were part of the ceremony.


Premier welcomes Bafana Bafana and Congo teams

Limpopo Premier, Chupu Mathabatha has welcomed team Bafana Bafana and Team Congo who are already in Polokwane to play their Afcon Cup second round on Wednesday at Peter Mokaba Stadium.

Government remains committed to service delivery

By Thembi Siweya

On the 9th of October 2014 Premier Stanley Chupu Mathabatha officially opened a road at Ga-Seleka Village in the Lephalale Municipality. The event was graced by various leaders ranging from the mayor of Lephalale Cllr J Maeka. The event started with the official opening of the ga-seleka road which proceeded to the official opening of the Seleka stadium and eventual handing over of a house to one community member.

Message of condolences to Limpopo Youth Ochestra

Limpopo Premier Chupu Mathabatha has learnt with shock the death of one of the members of the Limpopo Youth orchestra who were on their visit to Dakar in Senegal in the past week.

People of Limpopo celebrates Heritage Day

By Elvis Tshikhudo

About 5000 people from all corners of the Limpopo Province gathered at Lephephane Village Mapantsula Sport Ground in the Greater Tzaneen Municipality to celebrate National Heritage Day in South Africa on 24 September 2014. The theme of this year’s Heritage Day was “Celebrating 20 years of Democracy: Tell Your Story that Moves South Africa Forward”.

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