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DA blames EFF for stampede at Limpopo’s Capricorn TVET college

JOHANNESBURG, January 11 – The Democratic Alliance (DA) has blamed the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) for the stampede at the Capricorn Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) college in Polokwane, Limpopo province, saying that the radical party must take responsibility for the injuries of applicants. This comes after Capricorn TVET college was forced to suspend […]

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Three criminals given long jail terms for serious and violent crimes in Limpopo

Solly Makganoto Polokwane, October 27 – The Polokwane High Court has today [Friday] given lengthy sentences to three men, aged between 24 and 26 years, for murder, attempted murder and robbery in and around Limpopo. Hlakodiso Pleasure Kekana (24), Thakgatso Kopano Mphafudi (25) and Paballo Clement Mangwale (26) were each sentenced to life imprisonment plus […]

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Limpopo businessman accused of killing mom back in court

JOHANNESBURG, October 11 –  The bail application of Rameez Patel, accused of murdering his mother, is expected to resume in the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court in Limpopo, on Wednesday. On October 2, he made a brief appearance before the case was postponed in the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court. At the time, Limpopo police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said […]

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Indigenous Games Festival takes place in Polokwane

JOHANNESBURG, September 20 – The national department of Sport and Recreation will kick start Heritage month celebrations by hosting the 12th edition of the Indigenous Games Festival – from  September 24-29 – at Seshego Sports Precinct, Polokwane. Hosted in association with the provincial department of Sports, Arts & Culture Limpopo,  the multi-cultural Indigenous Games festival […]