March 2019 - N'wamitwa Times

Tips on how to make your rand stretch a bit further

Surviving on your own can be exhausting. You might still be in school, need a good job and be wondering why everything costs so much. But despite the insane cost…

Stand together and uplift communities

A community service project is an excellent way to bring change on a small intimate level, whether it’s about constructing a play ground and building a home or moral for…

Talent alone is not enough

Jozi, as the fashion, music, television and soccer hub of the African continent, it provides unsurpassed setting for any emerging designer, musician, actor and football player who dreams of pursuing…

Nick Nkuna is set to drop “A hearse in different colours!”

Nick Nkuna has spilled more juice on his much-anticipated book titled “A hearse in different colours”. The 22 years old Information Technology and Computer Science student at Capricorn College in…

Tips that will ensure your franchise is a success

Abiding by these tips has seen many franchisers earn reliable living through good economic times and bad, while not following them has resulted in some franchisees failing. 1. Run the…

Advice to women; Guard your heart for it is your life!

As I’ve set back and studied how we handle ourselves around men, I found that we appreciate ourselves less. For instance, when get into heated arguments with our partners; we…

Gwambeni High Scool partnership brings change in the community

The South African Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) has launched five community upliftment projects in Xihoko Village outside Tzaneen recently. The event was held at Gwambeni High School,…

Rhusta Wa Vazayi officially releases new single ‘Rirhandzu ri teka nkarhi’

BGMP Records has not only pushed the boundaries for local music but it is growing substantially over the past years trying to become a leading participant in the Music Industry,…

Vahlave’s wildest dream, Nyeleti Mabunda made it to the top 13 of Total South Africa Startupper challenge

Total is a major energy player, which produces and markets fuels, natural gas and low-carbon electricity. On the 5th of March 2019, winners of the 2018/19 Startupper of the Year…

Dangers of our educational system in South Africa

As we grow, we are expected to attend school, get good grades and find well paying jobs so that we’ll be guaranteed better life. That’s how our minds have been…

Daniel Brothers, Msiphana’s trailblazing Afro-Soul duo

You look at Jeff Maluleke, Clive S and Cool B who have taken the Xitsonga RNB music and they are running with it. Then you have Henny C who is…

Suspension of Academic Activities at the University of Limpopo

University of Limpopo students were marching to remove Sasco President (President of SRC) earlier today 13/03/2019 because he didn’t register this year as he was academically excluded due to not…

Meet Xihoko’s finest, the protégé of the Legendary Joe Shirimani

Masingita Hlungwani, better known as Mafamba within the music circles, born on the 15th June 1991, hails from the dusty streets of Xihoko outside Tzaneen – Limpopo Province. Mafamba has…

Joppie Village born Model making it big in the City of Gold

From the dusty streets of Joppie Village to the City of Gold; Jnr Lloyd, known to his parents as Lloyd Machimana, one of Tzaneen’s renowned individuals. He does not take…

The SABC’s first Xitsonga drama series, Giyani – Land of Blood, set for broadcast on SABC2 from 1 April

The first Xitsonga Drama Series is set for broadcast on SABC2 from the 1st of April 2019. A year ago, TV SA ran a Casting Call for Mzansi’s first Xitsonga…

Brighter future ahead for the talented N’wamitwa Gospel Giant; Mr Sweet Rain

It all started as a tented that runs in the bloodline of the Mnisi family. The 27 years old Tiyiselani Mnisi, popularly known as Mr Sweet Rain within the music…