Banner
For Modifiers (Municipal and Provincial Level) Click here, https://limpopopremier.co.za
Batho Pele Principles

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j

MECs signs Service Delivery Agreement with the Premier

By: Emmacualate Cindi

As part of holding the executive accountable, today the Members of the Executive Council (MECs) signed the Service Delivery Agreement with Premier Chupu Stanley Mathabatha which will ensure improved service delivery to the communities during the Covid-19 Pandemic and beyond.

First Commercial Television Station in Limpopo goes on air

By: Emmaculate Cindi

The 30th of September 2020 will remain a historic moment in the media industry for the province of Limpopo as the first ever commercial television channel was launched. The limpopo tv channel situated in the surburb of Bendor in Polokwane, will tell provincial stories  from the province to the world.

Premier Mathabatha responds to the Jerusalema Challenge

By: Emmaculate Cindi

When President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country will be going to level 1 of National Lockdown of Covid-19 regulations, he challenged South Africans to join the world with the Jerusalema Dance Challenge on Heritage Day.

GBV has to stop

By: Andzani Hlongwane

The Limpopo Provincial Government in partnership with Energy FM held a virtual Imbizo  to discuss  the alarming killing, harassment and assault  of women by virtue of them being women. Premier Stanley Chupu  Mathabatha was  joined by  Brigadier Thwala of the South African Police Service and  Advocate Joseph Philane  from the National Prosecuting Authority.

A historic simulcast broadcast by the provincial government

By; Emmaculate Cindi

On the 22nd of October 2020, the Limpopo Provincial Government had a historic simulcast broadcast on three major public radio stations serving three linguistic groups (Thobela FM, Phalaphala FM and Munghana Lonene FM) which have more than 4 million listenership combined.

The role of Traditional Leaders in Socio Economic Recovery

By: Emmaculate Cindi

The Deputy Minister in the Presidency Ms Thembi Siweya in her monitoring and evaluation role, is engaging Traditional Leadership on issues of economic development. Her first stop in that journey was at the residence of Hosi Mahumani of the Mahumani Traditional Authority in Giyani. One of the roles of Traditional Leaders is to ensure the welfare and wellbeing of their communities, promote social justice, safety and security and socio economic development.

The rich heritage of the Vatsonga Tribe

By: Emmaculate Cindi

Muti wa Vatsonga Open Air Museum is situated 70 km outside Tzaneen town within Merensky Nature Reserve. It is a traditional homestead that preserves the Vatsonga traditional way of life. One of the narratives at the museum is a portrayal of a life of a man that held a status of a headman in the village centuries ago.

Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma reviews progress at the Waterberg District Development Model Hub

By: Emmaculate Cindi

Since the Covid-19 pandemic, a lot of activities have been on hold following regulations that were put in place to help curb the spread of the virus. In 2019 the Waterberg District was chosen as one of the three districts that will pilot the District Development Model (DDM),  an integrate service delivery vehicle.

Page 3 of 47