Limpopo

 
For communities in South Africa, climate change is now
For communities in South Africa, climate change is now
Sylvia remembers the first time a government official came to speak to her community in Lephalale, in the Limpopo province, about the construction...
Hawk eyes for municipal crimes
Hawk eyes for municipal crimes
‘Where are the Hawks?” MPs sitting on the standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) asked after hearing two days of exhaustive testimony...
The struggle to uncapture the classroom
The struggle to uncapture the classroom
Corruption in the education system means schoolchildren cannot learn. Without learning, they will be excluded from the next industrial revolution...
Cancel Eskom’s odious debt to the World Bank
Cancel Eskom’s odious debt to the World Bank
Despite significant and wide-ranging concern about the fate of Eskom, the World Bank has recently expressed its full confidence in the state-owned...
Rapists who prey on the mentally ill
Rapists who prey on the mentally ill
The family of Mulalo Mukwevho*, who is 20 years old and mentally ill, were stunned when she started showing signs of pregnancy in January last...
Limpopo’s number of pit toilets don’t add up
Limpopo’s number of pit toilets don’t add up
Polly Boshielo, the Limpopo MEC for education, has committed to eliminating pit toilets in the province by the end of this financial year. Giving...
The hypocrisies of the EFF and the twists of our prejudice
The hypocrisies of the EFF and the twists of our prejudice
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) are hypocrites.
Consultants are a fruitless waste
Consultants are a fruitless waste
Despite spending more on external services to plug gaps left by mismanagement and a shortage of skilled workers, data shows that municipalities...
VBS Mutual liquidators target KPMG
VBS Mutual liquidators target KPMG
The liquidators of the now-defunct VBS Mutual Bank, which was looted of close to R1-billion, have set their sights on audit firm KPMG for its role in...
Premiers signal virtue in provinces
Premiers signal virtue in provinces
Most provinces have scaled back on their inauguration ceremonies to cut costs, but Limpopo Premier Stan Mathabatha has gone a step further,...
Mine shakes homes and dreams
Mine shakes homes and dreams
Sometimes Rebecca Sebelebele finds her 21-year-old son, William, sitting by himself, weeping.
Voters’ anger and resignation
Voters’ anger and resignation
Standing under the big tree on the grounds belonging tohis village’s musanda (chief) on the morning of the elections, Khorombi Sadiki slowly beat...

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