Limpopo Blog

Family Violence

Children Wife beaten. We need help Koma happinessfrom Moshira village Fetakgomo tubatseMunicipality In our community we have a man that beats his children and wife all time. The wife does not tell her next door (neighbour) because she is afraid. Until the children cry all night. Last night he beat […]

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Increase in deaths in communities

We don’t know if this is Covid related Mmathapelo ThobejaneDitwebeleng Village21 September 2020 Since the start of the lockdown there’s has been do many deaths in the communities what worries us is that we don’t really know if these deaths are Covid – 19 related.Most of the people don’t want […]

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Selling of alcohol and cigarette in level 2

Koma happinessfrom Moshira villageFetakgomo greater Tubatse municipality28 August 2020 Since the president said alcohol and cigarette was allowed, sales are very high. This has led to a lot of crime because of alcohol in the country. The tavern open to Friday until Sunday in our area. This breaks the law […]

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Access of Water Denied in Steenbokpan

Francina NkosiShongoane31 August 2020 Now that schools have reopened how are the kids going to bath , how are they going to cook food whilst there is no access of water ,how are they going to brush their teeth and drink water. Are we still forced to buy water while […]

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ONE DAY OUR VOICES WILL BE HEARD

BY: Tokelo Mahlakoane25 August 2020 We as Affected Communities we are united and plan to Audits the Social and Labour Plan around the mines. We realized that the mines do some of thing without us as Affected Communities. The Audit will be conducted at three Villages, Modimolle, Mampa and Bogalatladi […]

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Covid 19 provides opportunities for Corruption

Hlabiwa LetlhakaLephalale Municipality31/08/2020 We really experienced a true reflections of our leaders during this stressing period of Covid 19. Social Grants and Food Parcels used to loot public funds. Almost all leadership are painted with corruption activities from billions donated to South Africa. MEC’s, Premiers, Mayor’s and Councillors are in […]

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COVID school problems continue

Lephalale MunicipalityHlabiwa Letlhaka31/08/2020 After school hours students are all over. It’s seems like there is no political will from parliament and cabinet to reopen schools. For example Grade 9 students are attending two – three days per week, how can a pupil learn from this limited days while we were […]

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The Impact of COVID-19 on communities affected by tailing dumps.

31 August 2020Monametse Village, AtokStory by Gilbert Moela The pandemic is first and foremost a health crisis, with countries increasing theirhealth spending budgets. With respect tomining, many governments have establishedstrict rules as a condition for workers to return to work however they have not extended those strict rules to communities […]

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School work after lockdown

GaMogashoaBy Mmabore Mogashoa31 August 2020 All grades are back to school with other children going to school in different days to adhere to lockdown rules. Some schools in rural areas were closed since lockdown with no communication between teachers and learners. Most of the learners started getting school work in […]

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