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More funds for the Limpopo Office of the Premier’s Bursary Trust Fund

By: Emmaculate Cindi

In the wake of the county’s predicament to have free education at higher institutions after the country had experienced massive demonstrations of fees must fall campaign between 2015 and 2016 by university students.

Mbalula calls for peace in Vuwani

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

The newly appointed Minister of Police since the recent cabinet reshuffle in March Fikile Mbalula, has wasted no time in ensuring that back to basic principles are implemented by warning Vuwani residents that, they will be heavily punished since he is aware that South African Police Service (SAPS) have been very lenient in dealing with the perpetrators behind the barbaric criminal activities.

Health MEC suspends ten nurses at Modimolle

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

Health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba has expressed her displeasure at the manner TB patients were being treated at the MDR Hospital in Modimolle recently. The MEC has confirmed that the Department of Health has suffered a major blow following ten cases of suspended nurses at the newly built hospital.

Education MEC visited Mhinga village

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

Limpopo Province MEC for Education Mr Ishmael Kgetjepe visited three schools at Mhinga village in the Vhembe District, Lim 345 Municipality on Friday last week. The Schools visited were Nkavi Primary School, Mahlambane Ndlovu Primary School and Butsoleni Primary School.


Department of Education replies to shortage of infrastructure at Raliphaswa School

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

The Limpopo Province Department of Education have handed 12 classrooms to Raliphaswa Primary School at Nzhelele Tshituni, in the Vhembe District on Monday. This follows a call for actions from the residents of Tshituni due to inadequate infrastructure at the school.

Premier bemoaned attempts to burn Tshirhunzanani Primary School

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

Limpopo Province Premier Honourable Stanley Chupu Mathabatha together with the Provincial Department of Education have condemned in the strongest possible terms the attempts of the burning of Tshirhunzanani Primary School at Vhuronga village, Vhembe District.

Calls to make History a compulsory subject are gaining momentum

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

The Premier of Limpopo Province Honourable Stanley Chupu Mathabatha reckons that a History subject must be made compulsory at all Schools’ across the country in order to educate pupils about their identities.

TB is curable, says Health MEC

By: Maano Nekhavhambe

In the build up to an upcoming World TB Day commemoration, MEC for Health Dr Phophi Ramathuba has urged residents in the province to unite in an attempt to eradicate the widespread disease by going for screening, at local clinics and hospitals, before commencing with a six month treatment period.