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Natasha Hadebe is missing

News in brief: 20 January 2020

The South African Police Service in Makhado has launched a search operation, following the disappearance of a 21-year-old woman, Natasha Hadebe, who resides in Louis Trichardt.

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Phatu wants to keep women and children safe

News: 20 January 2020

South Africa is no longer a safe place for women and children to live in. Many of them are being kidnapped, raped and killed daily, said a co-founder of the organisation The Movement, Mr Phatu Madima.

Written by: Mbulaheni Ridovhona

Makhadzi is a free artist now

News: 18 January 2020 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

The popular Queen of Tshivenda wedding songs, Ndivhudzannyi “Makhadzi” Ralivhona, announced last week that she had parted ways with her manager, Rita Dee, following a period of what she describes as “abuse”.

Family wiped out

News: 17 January 2020 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Residents of the areas around Vuwani and Vhembe are still shocked after the death of six people, a father and mother and their four children, who were killed in a horrifying accident on the N1 north near Hammanskraal on Sunday.

Municipal worker laid to rest

News: 17 January 2020 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Mr Terrence Kuaho (38), the head of the youth section at Makhado Municipality, was described as a loving, friendly and hardworking individual whose contribution to the development of his community would remain forever.


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Together fun walk unites villages

Sport: 18 January 2020

The “Together We Can Grow” Fun Run/Walk brought together 500 people from the mountainous villages for a day filled with exercises such as a fun walk, a fun run and aerobic exercises at Tshixwadza village.

Written by: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho


Sport League Logs for 13 December 2019

Video: 13 December 2019

The current sport logs as supplied by the relevant sports authorities.

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Scourge of gender-based violence tackled through a true story

Entertainment: 23 December 2019

After experiencing the effects of gender-based violence in his family and childhood upbringing, Tiyiselani wa Bevhula (34) decided to share his experiences through a fictional novel, entitled Trapped in love and trash.

Written by: Tshifhiwa Mukwevho