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No more writing on each other’s backs

More than 1500 learners at Inkhanyeti and Legogoto Primary schools in White River, Mpumulanga, will for the first time experience learning and writing on their own desks instead of each other’s backs, thanks to Timbercity and Tutudesks. Tutudesks is an ...

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School to be named after Nzima

A public school to be named after the legendary and award winning photo-journalist Sam Nzima will be built in Lillydale. This was announced by the premier, Refilwe Mtsweni during her maiden policy and budget speech on Tuesday. “During the funeral of ...

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Premier’s Office won’t report thief

The Office of the Premier has admitted that a fraud perpetrator is still in the employ of government, and that they will not report him to the police. In response to a media enquiry following an investigation by Ziwaphi, premier’s ...

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Listeriosis virus claims 11 in Mpumalanga

The recent outbreak of the Listeriosis virus has claimed the lives of eleven (11) people in the province. This was announced by the MEC of health, Gillion Mashego during his policy and budget speech at the provincial legislature on Tuesday. ...

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Hail storm leaves one dead

At least one person has been reported dead and many people left homeless after the heavy storm that swept across some parts of the Lowveld on Sunday night. According to police report, the 65 year old man from Piennar was ...

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