SABC News - Limpopo


Fire warning issued for Northern Cape

Friday 5 February 2016 10:56

The South African Weather Services has issued a warning of fire in some parts of the Northern Cape.


Over 600 truck drivers embark on illegal strike in Limpopo

Thursday 4 February 2016 19:19

More than 600 truck drivers employed by Ngululu Bulk Carries Transport Company contracted to mining companies in Limpopo have embarked on an illegal strike.


Two cash-in-transit heists hit Tzaneen in Limpopo within hours of each other on Wednesday.
Limpopo police investigate Tzaneen cash-in-transit heists

Thursday 4 February 2016 16:00

Limpopo police say they're following some leads following two cash-in-transit heists in Tzaneen.


Limpopo police killer suspects bail postponed

Thursday 4 February 2016 15:11

The bail application of six suspects who allegedly killed a police officer at Madibong has been postponed by the Sekhukhune Magistrate's court near Jane Furse in Limpopo.


SA must admit national drought crisis to help farmers

Wednesday 3 February 2016 19:27

South Africa must formally declare a national disaster for the government to release relief funds to help farmers through the worst drought in a century.


Warrant Officer Thomas Mabada was killed in November 2015.
Accused in Limpopo officer murder denies involvement

Wednesday 3 February 2016 16:17

Accused number one in the murder case of a policeman at Lawamondo near Thohoyandou has told the Vuwani Magistrate's Court that there is no evidence linking him to the killing.


Parliamentary delegation pays Muyexe village a visit

Monday 1 February 2016 18:02

A high level Parliamentary delegation has again visited the village of Muyexe in Limpopo.


Heat wave to hit Joburg, Limpopo

Monday 1 February 2016 10:29

Another heat wave is set to hit parts of Gauteng, Limpopo and the Western Cape starting on Monday.


Gauteng tops in quality tap water assessment

Monday 1 February 2016 10:05

Themba Khumalo says that many small municipalities are facing huge crises when it comes to quality water supply because of the lack of skills, infrastructure and finance.


Clean environment improves quality of life: Molewa

Sunday 31 January 2016 12:15

Minister of Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa, says not having a clean environment to live in affects the quality of one’s life.


Book looks at Limpopo’s politics

Sunday 31 January 2016 09:15

"Tenders and the fall of Limpopo" by Sello Lediga takes a look at the unfolding political events in both the ruling party and government of Limpopo.


COPE says it will not tolerate more police killings.
COPE condemns police killings  

Saturday 30 January 2016 13:28

The Congress of the People (COPE) has condemned the continued killing of police officers in the country.


Warrant Officer Joel Seloga was allegedly killed by community members last Saturday.
Limpopo mourners pay last respects to slain police officer

Saturday 30 January 2016 10:44

Mourners at the funeral service of a 57-year-old Warrant Officer Joel Seloga have called on police to take a hard stance against criminals.


 Through the Decade of the Artisan campaign the department aims to encourage businesses to take artisan students for practical training to address skills shortage in the country.
Deputy Minister highlights importance of training colleges

Friday 29 January 2016 09:17

Higher Education and Training Deputy Minister, Mduduzi Manana says parents are discouraging children from going to colleges because they believe university carries some prestige.


Drought a threat to wildlife: Kruger Park

Wednesday 27 January 2016 08:00

The Kruger National Park says if sufficient rains do not fall soon, its wildlife will be at risk.


Limpopo parents, learners disrupt school, demanding more teachers

Tuesday 26 January 2016 18:51

Community members, parents and learners from Mohokone village in Bolobedu Limpopo, embarked on a protest on Tuesday.


The pupils - two of whom have since been found guilty for leaking the Life Sciences exam papers - took the education department to court, demanding the immediate release of their matric results.
Education dept ordered to release results of 'cheating' matrics

Tuesday 26 January 2016 18:17

The North Gauteng High Court Polokwane division has ordered that the matric results of eight pupils, who were linked to the matric cheating scandal in Limpopo, be released.


11 held for Limpopo cop murder

Sunday 24 January 2016 16:47

Limpopo police have arrested 10 men and a woman, suspected to be involved in the murder of a police official in Jane Furse, Madibong villiage in Limpopo.


North West cop killed in Limpopo

Saturday 23 January 2016 15:43

A 57-year-old warrant officer was killed by community members while trying to apprehend a wanted suspect in Jane Furse on Saturday morning.


Officer Jacobus Bouwer laid to rest

Friday 22 January 2016 18:58

A Limpopo police officer, who was killed in a road crash after he was allegedly strangled by a suspect in Gauteng last week, was laid to rest in Modimolle cemetery.


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