4th Industrial Revolution

The 4IR (4th Industrial Revolution) almost never fails to get conversation going, but how does this effect women in the workplace? Will the impact of 4IR be restrictive for women or does it present and opportunity to change the social norm to empower and equip women.

4th Industrial Revolution

The 4IR (4th Industrial Revolution) almost never fails to get conversation going, but how does this effect women in the workplace? Will the impact of 4IR be restrictive for women or does it present and opportunity to change the social norm to empower and equip women. The effects of 4IR are visible in the workplace […]

New MECs in Limpopo

New MECs in Limpopo

Following the successful 2019 General Elections,  of which the ANC won overwhelmingly,  the people of Limpopo have renewed the mandate if the ANC is to continue governing them. In an effort to implement the ruling party’s manifesto which amongst others include: • advance social transformation • stepping up the fight against corruption, • rebuilding and […]

Waterberg Greening Project

Waterberg Greening Project

The Waterberg was declared a priority area by the former late Minister of Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa on July 12. Yet the area is still dealing with numerous environmental issues that affect the local communities directly, but also contribute to broader environment degradation. The coal industry (mining and power generation) is the one of the […]

Listeria Outbreak

The Limpopo Provincial Government is extremely concerned about the health hazard posed by the processed meat products found to be having traces of listeriosis.

Listeria Outbreak

The Limpopo Provincial Government is extremely concerned about the health hazard posed by the processed meat products found to be having traces of listeriosis. On the 4th February 2018, the Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi warned consumers around the country to avoid consuming ready to eat processed meat products .The Minster ordered producers to shut […]

Ramaphosa Reshuffles

Newly elected president of the Republic of South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa reshuffled his cabinet soon after the much anticipated State of the Nation Address. The reshuffle is as follows;

Ramaphosa Reshuffles

Newly elected president of the Republic of South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa reshuffled his cabinet soon after the much anticipated State of the Nation Address. The reshuffle is as follows;   Communications: Ms Nomvula Mokonyane Energy: Mr Jeff Radebe Higher Education and Training: Ms Naledi Pandor Home Affairs: Mr Malusi Gigaba Human Settlements: Ms Nomaindia […]

16 Days of Activism 2017

As part of commemorating the annual 16 days of activism of No Violence against Women and Children Campaign, Limpopo MEC for Co-Operative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs, Jerry Ndou together with Lephalale Municipality leadership led by the Mayor, Cllr Moloko Jack Maeko, officially handed over a newly build RDP house to a disabled women in Phahladira Village on 3 November 2017.

16 Days of Activism 2017

As part of commemorating the annual 16 days of activism of No Violence against Women and Children Campaign, Limpopo MEC for Co-Operative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs, Jerry Ndou together with Lephalale Municipality leadership led by the Mayor, Cllr Moloko Jack Maeko, officially handed over a newly build RDP house to a disabled women […]

Medupi Unit 4 Achieves Commercial Operation

Eskom is pleased to announce that Unit 4 at its Medupi Power Station Project in Lephalale, Limpopo, has attained Commercial Operation status. 

Medupi Unit 4 Achieves Commercial Operation

Eskom is pleased to announce that Unit 4 at its Medupi Power Station Project in Lephalale, Limpopo, has attained Commercial Operation status. The unit was officially declared commercial after the completion of control, performance and the 30 day reliability run, putting all performance guarantees to effect.  Unit 4 reached its full power on 19 June 2017.  […]

Medupi puts safety first – Road Safety Activation

The month of October regarded as South African Transport Month. It was then appropriate that on 26 October 2017, the National Department of Transport, the National, Provincial and Lephalale traffic officials embark on a Law Enforcement Operation just outside the Medupi Project. 

Medupi puts safety first – Road Safety Activation

In 2016, about 117 accidents occurred on Lephalale roads.  In those accidents, there were 37 fatalities. A huge percentage of the victims were Medupi Project employees.  These accidents were caused by a number of factors, which include speeding, reckless driving, drunken driving and unroadworthy vehicles. In response to this concern, Medupi Project together with the […]

Eskom Medupi’s Unit 4 reached full load

Medupi’s Unit 4 reached its full power on Monday, 19 June 2017 at 17:48. This significant achievement comes after nineteen days since its successful synchronisation on 31 May 2017.

Eskom Medupi’s Unit 4 reached full load

Medupi’s Unit 4 reached its full power on Monday, 19 June 2017 at 17:48. This significant achievement comes after nineteen days since its successful synchronisation on 31 May 2017. This was made possible by the dedication and steadfastness of the team and the application of lessons learnt from Unit 5 and 6. Full load is […]