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Queenship of Balobedu Restores

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

It was a momentous and historic day at Mokwakwaila Stadium in Balobedu area, on Saturday 07th April 2018, as thousands of people gathered to witness restoration of the Queenship of the Balobedu.

Balobedu Celebrates the Queenship of VII Rain Queen

By: Emmaculate Cindi

Hundreds of people gathered at Mokwakwaila Stadium in Balobedu on the 7th April 2018, to witness the historic moment of celebrating and recognizing the VII Rain Queen of the Balobedu.

A day to remember heroes and heroines who died for Basic Human Rights

By: Dexter Mohale

In honoring the heroes and heroines who died during a protest against desecration of human rights by the apartheid regime, the Limpopo Provincial Government led by the Premier, Mr Chupu Mathabatha celebrated Human Rights Day at Mnghonghoma Village in Giyani on 21st March 2018. On this day in 1960, sixty-nine people died and one hundred –eighty were wounded when the apartheid police force fired on a peaceful crowd that had gathered in protest against the pass Laws at Sharpeville-Gauteng.

Limpopo Province reports progress to the citizens

By: Emmaculate Cindi

Premier Chupu Stanley Mathabatha delivered the 2018 State of the Provincial Address at the Jack Botes Hall in Polokwane on Friday the 23rd February 2018.

Limpopo’s International Relations Workshop

By Dexter Mohale

International Relations main function is to provide strategic leadership in terms of international engagements and emerging trends that are related to the sector, including facilitating and coordinating international agreements as well as monitoring implementation thereof. This was the outcome of the International Workshop held today, 9th April 2018, focusing on the roles and responsibilities of the International Relations for the provincial government.

Health MEC Officially launches FAST Programme

By: Maano Nekhavhambe & Dexter Mohale

Each year, on 24th March, the world marks World TB Day. Tuberculosis (TB) remains the world’s leading infectious killer, being responsible for the deaths on nearly 1.7 million people each year and representing the ninth leading cause of death globally. The day is an occasion to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of tuberculosis and to step up efforts to end the global TB epidemic. This year World TB Day was commemorated under the theme:”Wanted: Leaders for a TB Free World”

Health MEC welcomes the court verdict on the “Doom Prophet’’

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

On the 9th of February 2018,the “prophet” who made headlines in 2016 for spraying his congregants with Doom claiming that it would heal them, has been found guilty on five charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and contravening the Agricultural Stock Remedies Act.

Church partners with government against human trafficking

By: Emmaculate Cindi

Human trafficking has been on the rise for some time now. The Limpopo provincial government, together with Roman Catholic Church in Polokwane, hosted an awareness campaign on Saturday 11 February to highlight this indecent sale of human beings.

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