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Two Mobile Reservoirs for Tubatse Local Municipality

By Lucia Sefara

Minister of Water and Sanitation, Nomvula Mokonyane handed over two mobile reservoirs with a storage capacity of 80 000 liters per truck to the community of Praktiseer in Burgersfort.

Provincial Theatre for Limpopo Youth

By Lucia Sefara

On Friday 26 February Premier Stanley Chupu Mathabatha delivered his fifth State of the Province Address at Jack Botes Hall in Polokwane. As always the event was filled with people from all corners of the Province, celebrities, business people, university students, politicians, church leaders and even a layman from the street had an opportunity to be part of this important calendar event of the Limpopo Legislature.

Limpopo Marula Festival continues to grow in bounds

By David Mulaudzi and Elvis Tshikhudo

The Provincial Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism in partinership with the Department of Sport Arts and Culture, Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality, Capricorn FM and other stakeholders host 2016 Limpopo Annual Marula Festival at Phalaborwa from 19 February until 28 February 2016.

MEC lashes underperforming Sekhukhune District

By Elvis Tshikhudo and Maanda Mulaudzi

MEC of Education Mr. Ishmael Ketjepe recently criticised Sekhukhune District for not performing well in matric results. Sekhukhune and Waterberg Districts are always getting position four (4) and five (5) out of five districts in Limpopo matric results.

Limpopo is in the third position in terms of job creation

By Maanda Mulaudzi

According to the Stats SA Labour Force Survey, Limpopo has created 147 000 jobs in the year 2015. In the third quarter of 2015 alone, the province created no less 59 000 jobs. In the whole country, Limpopo is in the third position after KZN and Gauteng in terms of job creation.

Premier Mathabatha visits Phagameng Township

By Elvis Tshikhudo

Premier of Limpopo Mr Chupu Mathabatha recently met community of Phagameng in Modimolle Municipality to listen and solve their problems. Their problems include shortage of water, electricity, Municipality billing. The community also demands the resignation of the Mayor of Modimolle Ms Meisie Lekalakala and her Councilors with immediately.

Limpopo Office of the Premier embarks on Anti-Corruption Awareness Campaign

Elvis Tshikhudo

The Limpopo Office of the Premier embarked on an awareness campaign to promote whistle blowing or reporting of fraud and corruption activities. The South African Government has committed to confront corruption head on, and is making significant inroads in the fight against corruption.

Society that does not respect police does not deserve security

By Maanda Mulaudzi

If these rampant police killings continue to be accepted as normal, so will be our own security. In Limpopo we must accept the simple logic, that the death of one police officer means that hundreds of citizens become vulnerable to crime. Premier Chupu Mathabatha said this on the occasion of the Provincial Police day held at Peter Mokaba Stadium on 03 February 2016.