New school an answer to community prayers

STEELPOORT – Mahlakwena Village has a new Christian school that will improve childrens spiritual well-being, emotions and discipline. Riverside Christian College is owned by Simiso Joel and started operating in January.The school recently organised an open day which was attended by local communities and members of the traditional authorities.The public gave the school an overall…

Mamphahlane FC bring home tournament gold

The tourney was won by Mamphahlane FC. They defeated Uniting Brothers 3-1 in the finals. The tourney which is arguably one of the best to be held in the Tubatse area, also involves other sporting codes such as netball. The event was organised by Tumelo Maduana.

Goden Aces snatch first place at tournament

The tourney is arguably one of the best to be hosted in the Tubatse area. The tournament was clinched by Goden Aces after thrashing Ga-Motodi’s Survival FC 3-0 in the finals.

Veteran runner rakes in medals

In October, Maphori also claimed a silver medal in a 21-kilometre race from Messina to the Zimbabwe border.

Brand-new park and flea market set to open

Officially unveiling the park, Ramaila said it was for the people of Tubatse to enjoy. “The challenge is to make sure that you maintain the park and make sure it is not vandalised,” he said.


LYDENBURG – Two awaiting-trial suspects who managed to escape from the Lydenburg SAPS holding cells are still at large after more than a week since their break-out. Capt Alfred Moela, spokesman for Lydenburg SAPS, said four suspects managed to escape from the holding cells on Wednesday November 8 at around 18:00. Moela said the incident…

WARNING: Suspects escape from holding cells

Paris Mathebula (35) and Themba Zungu (23) are still at large. They were arrested for house robbery and kidnapping and attempted theft of a motor vehicle respectively.

Thabane Primary’s play is performed on air

BURGERSFORT – Pupils from Thabane Primary School in Mabotsha Village recently showed their acting skills when they performed their bullying drama at Thobela FM studios in Polokwane. The play was listened to by millions of the station’s listeners. The drama focused on harassment and bullying in schools. It was played by six learners from grade…

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