Yandiswa Xego draws many stares on the streets of Mumbai.
Agang will “win big time” in next year’s elections, its leader Mamphela Ramphele told a crowd at Seshego in Limpopo during her second charm offensive in the province.
The department of basic education in Limpopo has postponed midyear exams for pupils between grades 4 and 12 due to lack of funds.
Although higher food prices won’t tilt Thetjeng Motlatjo’s household over the edge, his family has had to learn to live without nonessentials such as chocolate and cakes.
The police in Limpopo have launched a manhunt for a man who overpowered a five-year-old girl, severely assaulted her and possibly raped her and left her for dead.
City Press can reveal that on December 7 2010, EduSolutions was paid the sum of R19 million in “management fees” – a direct contravention of the Public Finance Management Act.
Nearly halfway through the academic year, a number of primary and high schools in Limpopo are still without textbooks and workbooks.
The Peter Mokaba Stadium has defended the more than R10 million spent by the Polokwane municipality on luring Kaizer Chiefs, Supersport United and Black Leopards to its grounds despite weak attendance figures.
About 12 schools in Limpopo still don’t have textbooks, rights group Section27 claims. And it is prepared to go to court over it.
Expelled youth leader Julius Malema’s money laundering, corruption and racketeering case will be moved to the high court when it resumes on June 20.
Maria* has been a sex worker operating out of Polokwane’s CBD since the 2010 World Cup.
Mankge (49), a mother of four, was attacked by a group of security guards and her ordeal was caught on a cellphone camera.
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