Articles for Bernard Chiguvare

Displaced Limpopo farmers battle to make a living

Farmers had been working communal land near Phalaborwa since 2014

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News | 13 June 2024

Villagers stuck while government probes diversion of water from Giyani dam

Deputy water minister says investigation is still going on

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Brief | 27 May 2024

Louis Trichardt residents forced to live among pools of sewage

Tired of continual backups into their pipes due to blocked sewer lines, some residents have reverted to pit toilets

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News | 27 May 2024

“No electricity, no vote”, shout angry Limpopo villagers

Xinkuwani village has never had electricity

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Brief | 2 May 2024

Limpopo villagers force minister to turn around

Giyani protesters block Senzo Mchunu’s access to water project

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News | 23 April 2024

Traders accuse border officers of beating them and burning their stalls

Lawyers for Human Rights accuse authorities of violating human rights

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News | 12 April 2024

Abandoned by government, Limpopo villagers plan to sink their own borehole

Only one public borehole is working for 11 villages in Nthabalala

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News | 10 April 2024

Nurses and patients have to bring their own water to this Limpopo clinic

Nthabalala clinic near Elim has not had running water since mid-2022, according to residents

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Brief | 27 March 2024

Police whisk water minister Mchunu away from angry crowd in Musina

Residents were demanding a lasting and immediate solution to the area’s water crisis

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Brief | 18 March 2024

How to spend 12 years building a police station

Minister Sihle Zikalala has promised the Vuwani police station will be completed in 2025. Work on it started in 2012.

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News | 15 March 2024

High Court finds appointment of Makhado Chief Financial Officer unlawful

Top-scoring candidate Godfrey Raliphada was overlooked by Makhado council

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Law | 12 February 2024

Protesters bring Louis Trichardt to a standstill for one hour

Hundreds march demanding better services from government

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Brief | 23 January 2024

Protesters call for total shutdown of Makhado

March over municipality’s failure to provide services planned for Tuesday

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Brief | 22 January 2024

South Africa cracks down on Zimbabwean children entering the country to visit their parents

Border Management Authority claims of “human trafficking” of children across the Beitbridge border appear unfounded

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News | 13 December 2023

Hawker gets her money back from Checkers

Retailer contacts Langanani Mamburu after her story sparks outrage

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Brief | 29 November 2023

Hawker takes Checkers to court

She wants her R4,000 back

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News | 23 November 2023