GTM is tops in taking motorists for a ride

The Greater Tzaneen Municipality is the biggest traffic fine generator in Limpopo and the town plays in the country’s traffic fine first league. This is according to the financial reports of municipalities to the National Treasury for 2014 — and standardised by the Treasury, making it easier to find the re-levant figures.


Só steel mens mos krag

News: 26 January 2015 By Bulletin

Eskom is op sy knieë en die regering moet vinnig miljarde rand in Suid-Afrika se monopolie-kragopwekker en –verskaffer pomp, om te voorkom dat die land nie ook op die knieë gedwing word nie. 

Young princess opens her heart

News: 26 January 2015 By Orlando Chauke

Tiyiselani Miranda Nkuna (11), a Gr 6 pupil of Phalaborwa who represented SA in Turkey where she was crowned first princess in the category “African Continent” in the International contest for fashion, beauty and talents, wants to donate half of her prize money to charity if she wins again this year.

CFO Nora Lion refutes allegations

News: 26 January 2015 By Bulletin

The chief financial officer and acting municipal manager of the greater Tzaneen Municipality, Ms Nora Lion, has refuted allegations that she does not have a matric certificate — and she has provided a certified copy of her matric certificate to Bulletin.

Lephepane Primary bids veteran farewell

News: 26 January 2015 By Elliot Mathiye

As the 2014 school year drew to a close, the staff of Lephepane Primary School bade farewell to one of their long serving colleagues at the school. At age sixty, Mr Enock Molepo decided it was time he retired from full time teaching.

Mayors motivate in Back to School drive

News: 26 January 2015 By Elliot Mathiye

Matriculants in the Bulamahlo, Lesedi and Runnymede circuits should start their academic year on a high, after Greater Tzaneen Municipality mayor Dikeledi Mmetle, together with Mopani District Municipality mayor Nkakareng Rakgoale, embarked on a Back to School Campaign on the first day of school for the year.




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Dopper, Dapper, Ketter

Vir Vlieg is Januarie amper soos ‘n Maandag. Nadat die roetine ‘n bietjie gebreek is, meer geslaap is, meer geëet is, die voorraad oortollige gefermenteerde druiwesap uitgewis is, ‘n bietjie meer gekuier is, meer beeldradio gekyk is, miskien ‘n boek gelees is, is dit maar terug na die gewone, soms vervelige roetine wat maar saam met die werklikheid kom.




The big swim is around the corner

There must be a reason why the Ebenezer annual open water swim held in March every year, keeps enticing loyal swimmers back year after year! Rotary Haenertsburg has been organizing this event for the past thirteen years, with the support of large national corporate sponsors and many smaller local companies and organizations alike.


Old boy from Stanford matriculates at Oxford University in England

A previous head boy of Standford Lake College, Mr Ti-mothy Kuiper, is seen here at the matriculation at Oxford University in England (the ceremony in which a person becomes an official member of the university).


Samac hosts world event

The SA Macadamia Growers Association (SAMAC) expects bigger global exposure when they will be hosting the seventh international macadamia symposium at Skukuza in the Kruger National Park next year.

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