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Sars says the car was stored in a bonded warehouse in South Africa since 2014.
Ferrari, worth over R13 million intercepted at border

Thursday 30 March 2017 07:12

SA Revenue Services customs officials intercepted a Ferrari F1, with an estimated value of R13.8 million.

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A technical problem at NSFAS has led to the inability to make payments to the students.
Students go hungry as NSFAS delays grants

Thursday 30 March 2017 05:39

As many as 200-thousand university students have still not received their National Students' Financial Aid Scheme grants.

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The South African Water Research Commission says the country has enough water to afford communities a hundred per cent access.
2.2 million households do not have access to water: Survey

Wednesday 29 March 2017 06:35

The Water and Sanitation Department has conceded that it has not done enough to supply communities in far flung rural areas with water.

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Limpopo Health MEC, Dr Phophi Ramathuba, says she wants all hospitals and clinics to be renamed, as a strike halts services in the province.
Limpopo Health MEC wants hospitals, clinics renamed

Sunday 26 March 2017 07:16

Limpopo Health MEC, Dr Phophi Ramathuba appealed to the MKMVA leadership to submit names of freedom fighters for consideration of the renaming of hospitals and clinics.

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Nehawu strike worries Limpopo doctors

Thursday 23 March 2017 10:25

Doctors in Limpopo have expressed concern over the Nehawu strike by workers at some hospitals and clinics in the province.

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.  NEHAWU provincial chairperson, Calvin Tshamano says they will enforce a total shut-down in all hospitals in the province if they are not paid.
Two Limpopo hospitals paralysed due to workers' strike

Wednesday 22 March 2017 17:51

Two Limpopo hospitals have skeleton staff working today due to worker's strike.

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The department delivered mobile toilets to the school; he toilets were then later taken away with the department saying it was a temporary arrangement.
Lack of sanitary facilities haunt Limpopo school

Wednesday 22 March 2017 17:18

Primary school learners at Ga-Mathekga village near Steilloop, Limpopo, have been forced to use bushes to relieve themselves as their school has no toilets.

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Doom pastor loses court bid against Limpopo Health Dept

Monday 20 March 2017 15:55

The High Court in Polokwane has upheld its order to prevent a Limpopo pastor from spraying his congregants with the Doom insecticide.

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Coach confident Baroka FC can avoid relegation

Sunday 19 March 2017 06:27

Baroka FC fought back to hold Kaizer Chiefs to a 2-2 stalemate in an entertaining league encounter played at Peter Mokaba stadium in Polokwane on Saturday night.

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LGBTI says the ruling has restored their faith in the justice system.
LGBTI hails court ruling on trans-gender learner

Tuesday 14 March 2017 12:37

LGBTI activists in Limpopo have applauded the Seshego Equality Court for upholding their right to education.

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Scientists warn about side effects of DDT

Tuesday 14 March 2017 05:53

The Department of Health has confirmed that it is using small percentages of DDT in some of parts of Limpopo where cases of malaria have been reported.

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Health scientists say the use of DDT may have a range of human health effects with 50 cases reported in the Waterberg District last week.
DDT pesticide may have human health effects, warned Scientists

Monday 13 March 2017 18:15

Malaria cases are still a concern for health officials in Limpopo.

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Fears of malaria outbreak emerge in Limpopo, NW

Friday 10 March 2017 17:24

The Waterberg district of Limpopo has recorded 46 malaria cases in the past two weeks while a woman has died of the disease in the North West.

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"Current climate conducive for breeding malaria mosquitoes"

Friday 10 March 2017 10:39

The current abnormal climatic conditions in South Africa are making it conducive for the breeding of malaria-carrying mosquitoes.

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Police slam misuse of guns following 'animal shooting' incidents

Friday 10 March 2017 06:57

A 55 year old male is recovering in hospital with pellet gun injuries in the head after he was shot by a farm owner in Limpopo.

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SA rushes to combat malaria epidemic

Friday 10 March 2017 05:48

Health experts and anti-malaria teams have been dispatched to deal with malaria outbreaks in affected parts of Limpopo and the North West.

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Limpopo filmmaker tackles xenophobia in latest play

Tuesday 7 March 2017 18:16

Limpopo filmmaker, Solly Malaka, has produced a drama titled "A Foreigner in My Continent" to tackle the complex issue of xenophobia in South Africa.

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Limpopo crash claims seven lives

Sunday 5 March 2017 09:32

A horrific motor-vehicle accident has caused the death of seven people in Limpopo.

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The APC says the Department of Social Developement is failing in its duties to execute its main programs.
APC laments the state of Sassa

Saturday 4 March 2017 21:22

The APC has lamented what it calls the pathetic state of the Department of Social Development following the recent South Africa Social Security Agency saga.

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Miyelani Nkatingi says some of the options include financial compensation, or returning the land to original owners.
Land Claims Commission considers various options for restitution

Saturday 4 March 2017 18:05

The Land Claims Commission is looking for various options in dealing with land redistribution and restitution.

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