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Limpopo cops offer R100,000 reward for info on attacks on doctors at Letaba and Lebowakgomo hospitals

POLOKWANE, November 24  – Police in Limpopo are offering a reward of up to R100,000 for information that can lead to the arrest and subsequent conviction of the suspects responsible for an attack on doctors at the Letaba Hospital and another at the Lebowakgomo Hospital this week. On Thursday morning, at about 3.15am, about five […]

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Motsoaledi and Cele to visit Letaba hospital after ‘barbaric attack’ on doctors

PRETORIA, November 23 – Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi and his counterpart, Police Minister Bheki Cele will on Friday visit the Letaba Hospital in Tzaneen, Limpopo where three doctors were severely attacked in their hospital residence. “This barbaric attack on doctors should be condemned in the strongest terms possible. But more than that, the law enforcement […]

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Operation ‘cease-fire’ hits Limpopo trio crime syndicates

POLOKWANE, September 16 – In a concerted effort to eradicate so-called trio crimes – house and business robberies and hijackings – in crime-ridden areas, an intelligence-led operation “cease-fire has successfully dismantled possible trio crime syndicates” this week, Limpopo police said. These operations, which comprised of tracing teams, crime intelligence, and detective units, led to the […]

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20 Limpopo traffic cops in the dock for corruption

JOHANNESBURG, September 12 – As many as 20 traffic officers from various districts in Limpopo are appearing in various magistrates courts facing charges of corruption. The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RMTC) said the “disgraced” traffic officials began appearing on Monday. “They are criminally charged with corruption, theft and defeating the ends of justice,” said the […]

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Police foil cash heist in Limpopo

JOHANNESBURG, August 10 – Four people were arrested for attempting to rob a security vehicle transporting cash at a garage in Tzaneen in Limpopo province, police said. Police spokeswoman Colonel Brenda Muridili said the incident happened on Thursday. Police had been on the look out in the area after receiving information about a possible cash-in-transit […]

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Public hearings into land expropriation continue in Lenyenye, Limpopo

Solly Makganoto TZANEEN, June 29 – Public hearings into expropriation of land without compensation continue on Friday in Lenyenye community hall, Tzaneen in Limpopo. A statement from Vincent Smith, the co-chairperson of the joint Constitutional Review Committee looking into the possible review of section 25 of the Constitution, said the latest round of public hearings […]