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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.”

Creation of people –centred and driven health care system Improving the quality of health facilities

By: Dexter Mohale

Over the past twenty years, significant improvements were made in providing quality health care facilities to the people of Limpopo.

Smasha Block learners receive school uniforms

By: Jimmy Malebati

Limpopo MEC for Social Development, Mapula Mokaba-Phukwana kick starts her department’s programme of assisting vulnerable learners with school uniforms at Chrome Mine Primary School, Thabazimbi Municipality in Waterberg on the 25 January 2019.

3.8% Matric pass rate improvement satisfactory, says Acting HOD for Education

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

Despite finishing last on the national matric results’ charts, the Limpopo Province Department of Education have welcomed a drastic pass rate improvement of 2018.

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.

Limpopo rallies behind Semenya

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

MEC for Sports, Arts and Culture Mme Thandi Moraka has lamented the heightened attacks on the Limpopo Province athlete and Olympic Champion Caster Semenya.

Two Portuguese Island deceased laid to rest in Groblersdal

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

Two inspiring young girls from Limpopo Province, Mmatholo Mogafe and Lesego Matsepe, were laid to rest in a dignified Provincial send-off on Sunday, 27 January 2019.

Limpopo Provincial Government takes action against Municipalities implicated in VBS

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

Limpopo Province Premier Stanley Chupu Mathabatha said that all officials implicated in the Venda Building Society (VBS) Mutual Bank illegal investment faces possible criminal charges. Mathabatha announced the possible criminal charges during the media briefing held on Tuesday 11 December on the report with recommendations by the forensic investigation into the investment.

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