CATA opens more libraries in JB Marks communities

MAHIKENG MAIL – VENTERSDORP: The North West Department of Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs (Cata) will open a newly-constructed community library on today (Thursday) in Tshing, Ventersdorp. 

To read the full story, read our 15 June 2018 issue.


Red Cross youth continues to save lives

The Red Cross youth on May 31 held activities on health education, HIV/AIDS, and condom demonstration including their distribution, of blankets and clothes to 50 vulnerable families gathered at Fountain of Hope Church at Top village. The event was attended by the area Councillor Dlamini, youth and elderly people from Top village.

Mother’s Day Celebrations

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG:  La Patre Guest restaurant and Guest House held a successful mother’s day celebration in Taung on May 13. The event has been  hosted for the past three years where they honoured and embraced mothers for their great contribution they have made in people’s lives. 

To read the full story, read our 01 June 2018 issue.


More veterinary services for rural communities

MAHIKENG MAIL – MAHIKENG: In an effort to strengthen the Veterinary Services in the province and to ensure that all threats to animal health and food safety are detected and dealt with as early as possible, the North West Department of Rural Environment and Agricultural Development announced this week that it had has placed eleven (11) Veterinarians to begin their one year compulsory community service in the rural parts of the province.

To read the full story, read our 25 May 2018 issue.


Lolo educates on Lupus dread disease

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: Elfas Torerai  journalist in his (30s) is a father of three who has been based in Mahikeng for the past decade working in both community and national newspaper. 

To read the full story, read our 18 May 2018 issue.