Gelukkig om te leef

News: 31 August 2015 By: Isabel Venter

“Al wat ek kan onthou is toe ek in die hospitaal wakker word.” Só vertel die 23-jarige Anthony Vorster vanuit die Zoutpansberg Privaathospitaal waar hy tans aansterk. Hy was Maandag op pad met sy motorfiets, toe hy op die hoek van Kort- en Jeppestraat in Louis Trichardt in ‘n botsing betrokke was.

Working day ends in tragedy for employees

News: 31 August 2015 By Isabel Venter

A normal working day ended in tragedy for five colleagues on Tuesday afternoon. All of them were driving along the Vondeling road outside Louis Trichardt in their company's small truck when the accident occurred. They are employed by LTT Palisade and were on their way back to the office to park the truck and head on home.

Stil no progress in Rambau case

News: 28 August 2015 By Isabel Venter

No outcome has been rached yet in the case of Ronnie Rambau, the former senior regional magistrate from Louis Trichardt, who stands accused of accepting a bribe to influence a court case.  

Pool project to count as another blunder?

News: 28 August 2015 By Isabel Venter

Allegations of shoddy workmanship are rife regarding the R500 000 contract for the refurbishment of the Makhado municipal swimming pool. The municipality, however, remains tight-lipped regarding these allegations, fuelling perceptions that this project will also go down as another contract blunder at the expense of the taxpayer.

Brig Seopa retires as cluster commander

News: 28 August 2015 By Kaizer Nengovhela

Members of the SAPS, community policing forum and traditional leaders around the Makhado policing area bade farewell to the Makhado Cluster Commander, Brig Alex Seopa, during a ceremony at the Elias Resort last Friday.

Hy het diep spore getrap

News: 28 August 2015 By Andries van Zyl

Oom Paul Botha, wat deur die jare diep spore in die Soutpansberg getrap het, is Vrydagaand in die Eugene Marais Hospitaal in Pretoria na ‘n kort siekbed in die ouderdom van 79 jaar oorlede.

Private company helps finance classrooms

News: 27 August 2015 By News Correspondent

A Musina-based company, Central Africa Crushers (CAC), officially handed over four newly constructed classrooms to Makushu Primary School. As part of social investment into society, the company spent R650 000 to construct the much-needed block of classrooms.

Digtersbloed vloei deur jong Annelize se are

News: 27 August 2015 By Linda van der Westhuizen

Vir ‘n ontluikende digter is ‘n besoek aan die McGregor-gedigtefees ‘n aanloklike gedagte. Vir Annelize Pauer (16) van Louis Trichardt is dit ‘n werklikheid. Sy gaan dié geleentheid by McGregor in die pragtige Robertson-vallei in die Wes-Kaap bywoon, nadat sy as een van 12 finaliste in die kategorie 14 tot 17 jaar na dié unieke gedigtefees uitgenooi is.

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