Jay Spitter was the biggest winner for the night walking away with three awards.
The MEC for department of agriculture, rural development, land and environmental affairs MEC Vusi Shongwe recently launched the provincial ploughing season as part of the Masibuyele Emasimini ploughing programme.
Hundreds of law enforcers in the province attended a two day Safety and Security Summit held at Ingwenyama Lodge.
SADTU in Mpumalanga calls out the department of Education to suspend its plans to freeze posts that will result in sacking of over 1 400 teachers.
Gogo Matiyiso Linnah Mahlalela’s life was celebrated by members of her church, the Rest in Christ Ekuphumuleni and members of her family including her great great grandchildren at Zwelisha.
SARS employees showed up to work on their traditional outfits, embracing their different cultures.
Students from the North West University graduated from the Education and Nursing faculty.
Women from different parts of the province were awarded for their sterling work during the first ever Chawekazi Awards held at Promenade Hotel.
Hundreds of people came out to support the newly formed mass gospel group, Mpumalanga Praise during its CD nd DVD live recording at the Church on the Hill KaMagugu on last saturday evening.
Hundred’s of women attended the Bona Food for Fun and Fund event recently held at Bundu Lodge. They learned how to prepare different recipes on an affordable budget and how to use their cooking skills to generate money.
The march of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community was a demonstration for legal rights for same-sex marriages.