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Many would not have been in prison if parties mediated - MRJF

News in brief: 27 February 2021 By Bernard Chiguvare

“Many people who are serving their prison terms would not have been sentenced in the first place if mediation had been instituted in disputes,” said the secretary general of the Mediation and Restorative Justice Forum (MRJF), Tshifhiwa Fambe.

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Young poultry farmer tries to make a difference

News: 28 February 2021

A 25-year-old Musina resident, Thabang Makavhe, literally lives the meaning of his name - “maintaining a happier lifestyle” – in spite of hard times.

Written by: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Marula beer season has arrived

News: 27 February 2021 By Silas Nduvheni

When the marula fruit starts to ripen between January and March each year, the Vhavenda people know the time has come to start making U luma mukumbi/Ukuluma Vukanyi (marula beer).

Pastor Ragimana will be remembered

News: 27 February 2021 By Silas Nduvheni

The late Pastor Matsidiso Evelina Ragimana of the Living Gospel World Mission Church in Tshilivho, Ha-Makhuvha, will be remembered as a carer for the poor and vulnerable in society.

The age of the mask

News: 27 February 2021 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

The Covid-19 pandemic is real. One only has to read the papers or watch people crying over their loved ones who had caught the virus to believe it. But are people really taking health regulations, such as social distancing and the wearing of facemasks, seriously?

“Poor” family must pay R3 000 to bury their daughter

News: 26 February 2021 By Kaizer Nengovhela

A poor family from Mashau-Mavhina are being charged R3 000 by the royal council to bury their daughter in the village cemetery, but say that there is no way for them to come up with that money. The family did not contribute to the communal funeral scheme and now have to pay the penalty to bury their loved one.

Lethal water

News: 26 February 2021

The past week’s heavy rains claimed at least one life and left serious damage to roads and bridges in the Nzhelele valley.

Another Mbilwi matriculant makes it into province's top three

News: 25 February 2021 By Silas Nduvheni

Prayer, hard work, believing in yourself and not limiting yourself are the reasons behind the success of the Phiphidi village based Fhulufhelo Merriam Mudau, one of the top three 2020 matriculants in Limpopo.

Vhembe's Pearl Khosa bags seven distinctions

News: 25 February 2021 By Kaizer Nengovhela

The Limpopo MEC for Education, Ms Polly Boshielo complimented the class of 2020 during the announcement of this year’s matric results in Polokwane on Monday (23rd). The class of 2020 achieved a provincial pass rate of 68.2%, and although this is a decline of 5% from 2019, Boshielo said that she was proud of the learners for their hard work, despite challenges like access to online learning resources.


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TTM vs Kaizer Chiefs league fixture postponed

Sport: 26 February 2021

The DStv Premiership League fixture between Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC and Kaizer Chiefs, which was scheduled for next Tuesday (2 March), has been postponed.

Written by: Frank Mavhungu


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Mickeyblack keeps her music real

Entertainment: 28 February 2021

Phathutshedzo “Mickeyblack” Munyadziwa (18) is a passionate and versatile singer who grew up in Vuwani. Her focus genre is RnB.

Written by: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho