38 Wa Swichudeni swi Vavisekeka Eka Mhangu Ya Bazi

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Eka mhangu yo karhata leyinga humelela tolo ni nhlekani, 38 wa vadyondzi vo huma exikolweni xa le hansi xa Modderspruit eBele-Bela, exifundzhenintsongo xa Waterberg, va hlanganile na mhangu ya bazi loko va ri karhi va vuya exikolweni.

MEC wa Dyondzo wa Limpopo, Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya, u kombisile ku vilela lokukulu loko a twa hi xiendlakalo lexi xo biha.

Hi ku ya hi swiviko leswi humaka eka Maphorisa, mhangu leyi yi humelerile loko tibiriki ta bazi ti nga tirhi, leswi nga endla leswaku ri tlumbana na rirhangu ra switina eBela-Bela Aventura.

“Loko hi khensa ku va ku nga ri na mafu, 38 wa swichudeni swi vavisekile hi ku hambana hi ku tika,” ku vula MEC Lerule- Ramakhanya.

Eka lava vavisekeke, mudyondzi un’we u hundziseriwe exibedlhele xa Mokopane, un’wana a yisiwa exibedlhele xa le Pitori, kasi vadyondzi lava saleke va tshunguriwile endhawini ya mhangu loko va nga se ntshunxiwa vaya emakaya.

MEC Lerule-Ramakhanya u hundzisele ku vilela ka yena, a kandziyisa xilaveko xa swo famba leswi hlayisekeke eka vadyondzi na ku sola ku tirhisiwa ka mimovha leyi nga fambekiki egondzweni.

“Hi lahlekeriwe hi marito ku va hi dyondze leswaku nhlayo leyi ya le henhla ya vadyondzi yi katsekile eka mhangu leyi. swi le rivaleni leswaku vaphakeri va vukorhokeri bya vutleketli va tirhisa mimovha leyi nga fanelangiki kuva egondzweni loko va ri karhi va rhwala vadyondzi va hina,” ku vula MEC Lerule-Ramakhanya.

Ndzawulo ya Dyondzo yi vuyelerile pholisi ya yona yo pfumala ku tiyisela eka lava vekaka vuhlayiseki bya vutomi bya vantshwa ekhombyeni hi ku honisa milawu ya magondzo.

” Ku engetela kwalaho, nseketelo wa swa miehleketo na swa ntshamiseko wu ta andlariwa eka vaaki va xikolo lava khumbekaka ku pfuneta ku langutana na vuyelo bya mhangu leyi,” ku engetela MEC.

Mathunse Hlukani

Hlukani Mathunse is a talented journalist and media professional with a passion for storytelling and community engagement. He graduated from the University of Venda with a degree in Media Studies, where he honed his skills in writing, research, and multimedia production. During his studies, Hlukani began his career as a broadcaster at the Malamulele community radio station, where he quickly made a name for himself as a dynamic and engaging on-air personality. He developed a strong following among local listeners, who appreciated his thoughtful reporting and insightful commentary on a wide range of topics. In 2023 March, Hlukani joined the team at Nthavela newspaper as a journalist, where he has continued to excel in his craft. He has covered a diverse range of stories, from local politics and social issues to arts and culture. Throughout his career, Hlukani has demonstrated a deep commitment to serving his community and giving a voice to the voiceless. He is widely respected for his professionalism, integrity, and dedication to journalistic excellence, and is considered one of the rising stars in South African media.

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