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Crop theft affects farmers negatively

This is a setback because instead of farmers investing more money into the improvement of their business and development of employees, their resources are now channelled for security.

It’s 31 years since Samora Machel passed away

Today marks 31 years since the death of the first Mozambican democratic president, Samora Machel, following a plane crash in the mountains of Mbuzini near komatipoort.

PEC refutes calls for a political rally

While we respect the right of any member to canvass for his preferred candidate, we strongly condemn the use of false information and the name of our provincial chairperson, to advance their preferred candidate’s political fortunes.

Rapist to rot in jail

During the trial, the court found that the heartless act traumatised the now 11-year-old victim and her family tremendously, as the perpetrator had been a trusted and respectable man in the neighbourhood

OR Tambo statue to be unveiled by Zuma

President Jacob Zuma will today unveil Oliver Tambo’s life size statue in a ceremony that forms part of the OR Tambo centenary celebrations that are being held across the country under the theme “Life and legacy of OR Tambo”.

Ehlanzeni TVET students on strike

Just a week before exams are set to start, students of Ehlanzeni TVET College decided to embark on a strike.

Municipality warns residents who steal services

This comes after it was discovered that the municipality has lost more than R30 million due to Izinyokanyoka and R3 million in water services in the last financial year
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