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MEC pleads with parents to encourage education

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

MEC for Health Dr Phophi Ramathuba has led the Limpopo Provincial Government delegates to commemorate the International Women’s Day at the New Musina Community Hall on Friday.

Mathabatha promises to restore credibility of government

By: Dexter Mohale

When Premier Mathabatha took over in 2014, corporate governance in Limpopo had virtually collapsed. The province was bankrupt with no money for service delivery and most of the provincial departments were under administration in terms of Section 100 of the Constitution.

Taste of the First Fruit’

By: Rhulani Jagome

Muti Wa Vatsonga- It was that time of the year again where the people of Limpopo continued to run with the baton of customs and traditions left by their forefathers. The performing of rituals to appease the ancestors; also to mark the beginning of the Marula beverage season.

MEC Ndou hands over title deeds in Musina

By: Wilson Dzebu

With this title deed presented to me here today, I am very sure that this house belongs to me. I will keep it in safe place because it will serve as a reference document to anyone who disputes my ownership of this property.”

Marula festival kicks-off

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

Thousands of people gathered at the Impala Rugby stadium in Phalaborwa for the curtain riser of the annual Marula festival on Saturday, 23 February.

Premier says focus will be on renewing investors' confidence

By: Dexter Mohale

Delivering his State of the Province Address ,Premier Chupu Mathabatha said Mines in Limpopo yields important quantities of coal, copper, diamonds, gold, iron ore, nickel, platinum group metals, rare earth minerals and tin to South Africa's mineral industry.

Ndavhelelo dza u vula phalamende ya Vundu

Nga: Maano Nekhavhambe

Musi vhadzulapo vha vundu la Limpopo vho lindela u pfa tshipitshi tsha u vula phalamende ya vundu nga Mulangavundu Vho-Stanley Chupu Mathabatha nga Lavhutanu, 22 Luhuhi 2019, ndavhelelo dzo vha na tshivhalo.

Better Infrastructure has yielded tremendous benefits for the province

By: Dexter Mohale

Before 1994.most white and, to a lesser extent, Asian and coloured households had access to running water, sanitation, roads and electricity. In contrast, the share of African households with these amenities was substantially lower.

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