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18 People, Mostly Zimbabweans Injured in SA Accident

EIGHTEEN people, most of them Zimbabweans, were injured in a three-car pileup on Friday morning between Musina town and Beitbridge Border Post. Musina police spokesperson Constable Dakalo Ramagweda said the incident occurred at around 6am along the ... AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago
University of Birmingham

The precarious road Zimbabweans travel to seek a new life in South Africa

A new book, Zimbabwe's Migrants and South Africa's Border Farms: The Roots of Impermanence , tells the story of the lives Zimbabweans build on commercial farms across the border, as they escape crises at home. This is an edited extract. South ...
 University of Birmingham2 weeks ago A look at Zimbabweans lives on commercial farms in SA  BDlive2 weeks ago South Africa: Precarious Road Zimbabweans Travel to Seek a New Life  Sokolako2 weeks ago
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Zoutnet

Musina pays tribute to a fallen hero of the liberation struggle

Written by: News Correspondent/ Viewed: 77 By David Mokobi The sound of 21 gunshots by members of Mkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) reverberated through the cemetery of Musina as the coffin containing the remains of Lucas ...
 Zoutnet1 month ago

Musina's new bigger and better mall extension progressing well

Written by: News Correspondent/ Viewed: 97 The construction of the R320 million Musina Mall, which started four months ago, is going smoothly and prospects that the contractors will meet the March 2017 completion date are promising. The mall ...
 Zoutnet1 month ago

18 injured in Musina pile up

EIGHTEEN people, most of them Zimbabweans, were seriously injured when three vehicles were involved in a pile up between Beitbridge border post and Musina town in South Africa. Musina police spokesperson Constable Dakalo Ramagweda said the incident ...
 Bulawayo24 News1 month ago

As Drought Grips South Africa, A Conflict Over Water and Coal

Until a ferocious drought withered crops, turned rivers to trickles, and dried up municipal drinking water supplies, one of Limpopo province's distinctions was the ample sun and good soil that made it South Africa's premier producer of fruits and ...
 Agri Portal South Africa1 week ago
BDlive

Municipal demarcation protests in Limpopo worsen

LIMPOPO Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Makoma Makhurupetje acknowledged on Wednesday that protests in Vuwani over municipal border changes have worsened, but she could not provide details, saying she would soon update Parliament ...
 BDlive3 weeks ago

Beitbridge facelift: A tale of good intentions, but . . .

Thupeyo MuleyaSenior Reporter A government's major priorities include transforming and improving people's quality of life and expanding opportunities to determine their own destiny through higher incomes, better education and health care, ...
 Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago Zimbabwe: Beitbridge Facelift - a Tale of Good Intentions, but . . .  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

The Incredible Journey of a Sommelier

The darkness smelt of sweat and dirt as Joseph Dhafana and his wife Amelia Chakamba crossed the Limpopo River on a sweltering summer's evening in February 2009. They were wedged into a steel container with 60 other people for the 18km train journey ...
 Wine.co.za1 month ago
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