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Limpopo procures more ambulances to improve response to emergency calls

By Maanda Mulaudzi

The Limpopo Province has embarked on a concerted effort to improve access to Emergency Medical Services, with the procurement of 50 ambulances in 2014/15. Premier Chupu Mathabatha announced  this on the occasion of the handing over of ambulances, on 10 December 2015 at Polokwane Hospital.

People living with disabilities have other strong abilities

By Maanda Mulaudzi

Limpopo joins the rest of the international community, to observe and commemorate the international Disability Day which was held at Namakgale, Phalaborwa, under Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality, Mopani District on 03 December 2015.

Speak out against abuse - Premier

By Maanda Mulaudzi

Premier Chupu Mathabatha called upon all women and children who are being abused either physical or emotional to report their cases to the police. He said this on the occasion of the launch of the 16 Days of Activism  Against Women and children which was held at Schonoord, Makhuduthamaga Municipality on 24 November 2015.

People should be serviced with the necessary respect - Premier Mathabatha

By Maanda Mulaudzi

Batho Pele are about ensuring that our people are consulted on everything that affects their wellbeing and that they are serviced with the necessary respect and courtesy that they deserve. Premier Chupu Mathabatha said this on the occasion of the Provincial Batho Day Celebrations held at Epraim Mogale Stadium in Waterberg District Municipality on 21 November 2015.

Message against the abuse of women and children is a year-round message

By Maanda Mulaudzi

The message against the abuse of women and children is not limited to the duration of this campaign but is a year-round message, said MMC Lettie Moremi from Waterberg District Municipality while she was speaking on behalf of  Premier Chupu Mathabatha on the occasion of the take back the Night Campaign held at Lephalale on 10 December 2015.

Premier urges farmers to consider culling their stock

By Maanda Mulaudzi

The outlook in a rural province like Limpopo is not good. We produce more than 78%of citrus fruits and we are the biggest producers of tomatoes in the country. Now, if all these products are as low in production because of drought, in the economics of supply and demands it means prices will go up. When they go up they affect everything and it means more poverty for our people.

Limpopo on the move

By Maanda Mulaudzi

Limpopo has over the past 21 years of our freedom and democracy worked harder to perfect the art of taking services to the people in order to help realise the dream of a better life for all. Premier Chupu Mathabatha said this on the occasion of the sitting of the National Council of Provinces held at Parliament, Cape Town on 26 November 2015.

The new Anti-corruption Forum to bring down corruption

By Maanda Mulaudzi

Premier Chupu Mathabatha told the new Limpopo Anti-corruption Forum to take their job very seriously, because it is a serious job. The Forum will focus  on bringing down corruption both in the private and the public sector. He said this during the  re-launching of the forum at Bolivia Lodge on 12 November 2015.