SABC News - Limpopo


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


.  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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


"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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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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