Musina closed down in protest over water

Major roads blocked, shops and schools closed

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News | 13 May 2022

Human Rights Commission steps in to tackle Limpopo sewage problem

Commission to monitor Mogalakwena municipality

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News | 12 May 2022

Anglo’s new hydrogen vehicle: bad engineering, good marketing

An astonishingly expensive process for turning electricity into less electricity

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Science | 9 May 2022

Labour department rules that classrooms at Limpopo school are too dangerous to use

Department closes down part of the school after the Department of Education failed to fix it

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Brief | 26 April 2022

R9.3-million and nothing to show for Limpopo tourism project

Government says the project is discontinued

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News | 22 April 2022

Nine years later, these classrooms are still under construction

One delay after another at Limpopo school

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News | 6 April 2022

ICASA issues radio licence to deregistered company

Regulator ignores compliance requirements

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News | 30 March 2022

Water protests erupt in Limpopo town

Molemole shut down by protesters angered by municipal water bills

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News | 29 March 2022

It would take 115 years to tar Limpopo’s roads, says Road Agency

Nearly 70% of the province’s roads are still gravel

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News | 24 March 2022

Municipality never had a plan for water crisis, says Musina community

Water shortages and sewage problems have dragged on for a decade

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News | 22 March 2022

Mines are failing Limpopo communities, says scathing report

Researchers recommend that state implements harsher measures against non-compliant companies

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News | 24 February 2022

No secure access to water in Limpopo villages in spite of Lindiwe Sisulu’s R143m pledge

About R105 million has been spent, R43 million of it on water tankers

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News | 18 February 2022

Limpopo school left without a roof for seven years

Storm damage to Rakgoatha Primary was never repaired ​​​​​​​

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News | 4 February 2022

Flooded Limpopo families waiting since December for help

Some families are living in tents after their RDP houses were ruined by heavy rain

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Brief | 1 February 2022

Rural Limpopo parents battle to keep their school open

They are worried their children will have to walk too far if the school is closed but the provincial education department says it has applied for scholar transport

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Brief | 17 January 2022