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Cosas supports Florence Radzilani

News: 24 February 2018

The Congress of South African Students (Cosas) in the Vhembe region commended the work done by the region's leaders for having an interest in the education of the youth.

Written by: Elmon Tshikhudo


Senior police officer admitted as advocate

News: 24 February 2018 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

Hard work, dedication and determination proved to be a combination for success when a long-serving senior police officer, Capt Aifheli Livingstone Mulaudzi, was admitted as an advocate to the Polokwane High Court with effect from 9 February this year.

Man hacked to death

News: 22 February 2018 By Silas Nduvheni

The rural village of Dididi outside Thohoyandou is still looking for answers after the gruesome death of a resident of the area, Mr Amen Nemadodzi (25). He was hacked to death on Saturday evening.

More success for Musina mayoral bursary scheme

News: 19 February 2018

“After completing my Grade 12 with flying colours, I never thought it would be possible for me to realize my dream of going to university, because I had a shortage of funds. Thank you to Musina Municipality for affording me the opportunity to further my studies through the mayoral bursary.”

Future of Musina Municipality in the spotlight

News: 19 February 2018

“The challenges of poverty, unemployment and inequality in our society are the basis through which our thinking should be centred as we undertake this strategic planning session.” These were the words of Musina Mayor, Cllr Mihloti Muhlope, when addressing councillors, traditional leaders, members of the management team of Musina Municipality and representatives from sector departments during the municipality’s three-day strategic-planning meeting that was held at Bela-Bela last week.

Drunkards urinate on my vegetable garden

News: 19 February 2018 By Tshifhiwa Mukwevho

A 76-year-old pensioner, Mr Samuel Tshabangu, sighed with relief after the local traditional leader solved his problem on Sunday. Tshabangu had a serious problem with drunks who urinated on his garden, spoiling his precious butternuts, mealies, pumpkins, watermelons and some indigenous vegetables that he had planted in his yard.

Mother of two stabbed to death

News: 19 February 2018 By Elmon Tshikhudo

Ms Tsitsi Marungisa (26), a Zimbabwean national who stays at Tshisahulu, was last seen in the company of her boyfriend, a local man, on Saturday evening. Her family is now accusing her boyfriend of stabbing her to death.