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05 November 2018 1:45 PM Toddler dies after falling into borehole

An 18-month-old toddler has died after falling into a borehole in Limpopo. The child, identified as Mighty Baloyi, seemingly fell into the borehole in Joppe village, in Letsitele outside Tzaneen, on Saturday afternoon. His body was finally retrieved on Monday morning, police said in a statement. "The police search and rescue team and the emergency services 57

13 September 2018 3:21 PM Body of missing 5-year-old boy found near Tzaneen

The body of a five-year-old boy was discovered in surrounding bushes by a passerby near Tzaneen on Thursday, Limpopo police say. Khaya Restoration Rikhotso was last seen playing in the yard of his family home in Hoveni Village on Thursday last week. When his grandmother checked on him, he was nowhere to be found, police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel 57

03 July 2018 4:51 PM Weather Update: Cold weather expected to last all week

The cold weather that has engulfed most of the country is expected to last all week, according to the South African Weather Service. Light drizzle is expected in the Tzaneen and Giyani regions of Limpopo. Minimum temperatures are expected to be cold to freezing across most of the country and below-freezing conditions across the Free State, the Northern 37

30 June 2018 6:00 AM Land: The people speak – Hearings in Limpopo, Northern Cape draw to a close

As the first set of public hearings into the amendment of section 25 of the Constitution in Limpopo draw to a close, the need for land expropriation without compensation has been the popular opinion expressed by participants. Thohoyandou will be the last stop for the public hearings in Limpopo as the Constitutional Review Committee sits and listens to the public 42

29 June 2018 2:52 PM Land: The people speak – Black farmers need resources to be successful, says land claim beneficiary

Land expropriation without compensation will not help black farmers if government doesn't give them adequate financial assistance to farm the land. "Getting land [without the money to make it productive] is like being poor and getting a Ferrari, you will struggle to buy fuel," up-and-coming black farmer Solly Letsoalo told the Constitutional Review Committee 55

04 May 2018 5:37 PM Weather Update: Fine weather for most parts of SA

Fog clears up over the northeastern parts of the country and parts of the Free State on Saturday. Most of the rain clears up across the country with isolated showers expected over the Highveld region and along parts of the East Coast. Minimum temperatures are expected to be moderate across the country with warm conditions along the northern border including 48

03 May 2018 5:11 PM Weather Update: Warmer conditions for most of SA

Moderate temperatures are predicted over most parts of the country on Friday. Most of the rain clears up as isolated morning showers are predicted for the Nelspruit region of Mpumalanga, and the Tzaneen region of Limpopo. Minimum temperatures are expected to be cool to cold across the country with warm conditions along the East Coast. The coldest place 55

24 January 2018 3:08 AM 10 Polokwane traffic officials nabbed for bribery

Johannesburg - Ten traffic officers were arrested in a joint operation with the Hawks in Limpopo on Tuesday for allegedly taking bribes from errant motorists, the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said. They are expected in court soon to face charges of bribery and corruption. This brings to 30 the number of suspects arrested in Limpopo in connection 40

01 November 2017 4:07 AM EFF, ANCYL call for Limpopo premier to step down

Last week, the premier reshuffled his provincial Cabinet leaving some irked. The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and the ANC Youth League (ANCYL) have called for Limpopo premier Stan Mathabatha’s head over his recent contentious Cabinet reshuffle, but the DA say MEC Makoma Makhurupetje should have been fired. This follows calls by some ANC provincial 94

16 October 2017 8:18 AM Limpopo teacher arrested for allegedly raping 14-year-old pupil

Tzaneen – Limpopo police have arrested a 51-year-old teacher after he allegedly raped a young pupil in a village near Tzaneen. Lieutenant Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said the man was arrested on Saturday afternoon. Ngoepe said the 14-year-old girl had been travelling home from school with the teacher on Friday afternoon. "He first stopped at a shop to buy something 25