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Departmental Women’s Day a success

By: Lentsoe Mpati and Vinolia Bohopa

The Limpopo Department of Education Women in their colourful traditional attire celebrated Women’s day with the first female of Polokwane, the  Executive Mayor, Cllr Thembi Nkadimeng at Greenside Primary School on the 30 August 2016.

Donor Breakfast Session

By Harley Ngobeni

The Limpopo Department of Education held its donor breakfast session on the 25th of August at Park Inn hotel, Sandton, Gauteng. The breakfast session was attended by members of the Limpopo Education Development Trust from various institutions such as Business and senior officials from the Limpopo department of Education.

Liquor License SMS Scam

By Mboni Mushiana

A report was received from LEDET officials at the Sekhukhune District related to a fraudulent SMS issued to liquor license holders in the Limpopo Province. The fraudulent SMS has been requesting payments for liquor license renewal fees at an admin fee of R250-00 to be made to an FNB account.

Government restores Queenship of Balobedu Tribe

By Jimmy Malebati


Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Des van Rooyen visited the Modjadji Traditional Authority to officially inform them about the recognition of the Queenship of the Balobedu tribe. The visit started at Khehlakong Modjadji Royal House on the 26 July 2016.

Mopani female officers investing in education

By Lerato Thalathla

The Department of Transport, Safety, security and Liaison in conjunction with Department of Correctional Services held a handing over of new classrooms at Silwersee Primary School Yesterday. The classrooms were handed to the Department of Education, represented by Mr Phill Malahlela.

The new kid on the block

Ntsakisi Hlungwani

The Limpopo Provincial Government and Polokwane Municipality launched the name of the new Integrated Rapid Transport System on the 25 August 2016 in Jack Botes Hall, Polokwane. The Premier of Limpopo, Mr Chupu Stanley Mathabatha and Executive Mayor of Polokwane Cllr Thembi Nkadimeng unveiled the name of the new Rapid Transport System called Leeto la Polokwane.

Learning continues In Vuwani

By Tiyani Chabalala

The learners of Vuwani went back to school after three months of not going to school. The Vuwani schools resumed their classes after 24 schools were burnt by angry community.

Premier spends 67 minutes with children

By Lucia Sefara

Premier Chupu Mathabatha spent his 67 minutes to honor former President Nelson Mandela at Reakgona Centre in Mankweng.