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A 64-year-old woman was arrested for selling dagga in Mankweng, in Limpopo.
A magnitude four earth tremor struck near Bela-Bela in Limpopo, the Council for Geoscience said.
A Mozambican man has been jailed for six years by the Makhado Regional Court for attempted rhino poaching, Limpopo police said.
A Limpopo man caught carrying a penis and scrotum in a container has been charged with violating a corpse.
Sixty-five people arrested in connection with riots in Limpopo appeared in the Malamulele Magistrate's Court, near Giyani.
About 50 000 people tested HIV-positive in Limpopo between April and September.
Shocking study reveals men have threatened women’s jobs if they fail to comply with demands.
Julius Malema has made a thinly veiled threat against the man who has the final say on whether charges against him are dropped.
Lawyer Dali Mpofu, who recently joined the EFF, arrived at the Polokwane High Court to support corruption-accused EFF leader Julius Malema.
EFF members have gathered in the Polokwane police station foyer to support Julius Malema ahead of his court appearance.
Streets leading to the Polokwane Circuit of the High Court in Pretoria were closed ahead of Julius Malema's court appearance.
Political infighting and factionalism have rocked AgangSA barely six months after its launch.
Security will be tight at the Polokwane High Court for EFF leader Julius Malema's court appearance this week.
A woman appeared in court for illegal possession of explosives, after being caught with plastic cartridges and detonators at Beit Bridge border.
The deaths of 55 people in three accidents the past two weeks were caused by human error, the Road and Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said.
President Jacob Zuma sent condolences to the families of those killed and injured in a bus crash in Makhado, Limpopo.
Limpopo MEC Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba and the DA extended condolences to the families of those killed in a bus crash in Limpopo.
Eleven people were killed and scores were injured when a bus allegedly overtook on the barrier line and crashed into a Corolla.
A Zimbabwean man travelling in a taxi was arrested with explosives at the Beit Bridge border post.
A man arrested in connection with explosives found on a bus near the Beit Bridge border in Limpopo has appeared in court.
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