28 July 2014 By Francois Aucamp
News: Terwyl inwoners van Tzaneen erg senuagtig begin raak oor die skerp toename in misdaad in die dorp die afgelope paar maande, het dit duidelik geword dat misdaad in Limpopo besig is om hand oor hand toe te neem. Sapu (Suid-Afrikaanse Polisie-unie) is tans aan die voorpunt in die stryd en eis dat Limpopo se Polisiekommissaris, genl Fannie Masemola, sake vasvat.
28 July 2014 By Arnold Mabunda
News: Crime statistics from the police and updates on crime and other news by our own reporters. THIS WEEK: • Manhunt for suspects • Murder suspect arrested •More talk, less action • Thugs behind bars • Reckless motorists caught • Safeguard children
28 July 2014
News: MediCinic Tzaneen celebrated Mandela Day in a very special and dedicated way with kindness being shown to some elderly people. They performed free cataract removal procedures. Dr Shaun Thompson (Ophthalmologist) did the procedures and dr Johan Homan was the anaesthetist.
28 July 2014
News: Former Plasie Jaydene Metselaar — now a third year student in industrial psychology and labour relations management at the Northwest University’s Potchefstroom campus (NWU) — has been invited by Golden Key to join the international academic community.
28 July 2014
News: There can be no doubt, Tzaneen remains the breeding ground for Limpopo’s beauties. Last week Katryn Barwise, Miss Humanity SA 2014 hosted the Miss Mokopane Crossing’14 youth development pageant in Mokopane. Many girls from all over Limpopo entered for the event and helped with a food drive for Centre Of Hope, an orphanage and disabled centre in Mokopane. In the age group 13-15 Ronel Homu from Tzaneen was the clear winner. She is seen here, second from left, with second princess Kabelo Lekgoathi from Polokwane and first princess Mikateko Nkuna, also from Tzaneen.
News: After achieving six distinctions in matric last year, Dzunisani Nyoni (19) was awarded R10 000 by his former school, DZJ Mtebula High School, in Nkowankowa. Every year, DZJ Mtebula High School awards R10 000 to matric learners who achieve at least six distinctions in their final results.
News: On its final day of school for the quarter, Letaba School for the Disabled honoured its athletes for successfully participating in the 2014 Nedbank National Championships for the Physically Disabled. Their medals and certificates were officially handed to them during a short celebration.
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