Limpopo police say they've
made progress due to new leads in their Vuwani violence investigation, which
they believe could lead to more arrests.
Authorities say the situation in the area remains tense after at least
20 schools were burnt to the ground in violent protests earlier this month.
The head of the ministerial
committee established to deal with Vuwani in Limpopo, Des van Rooyen, says some
Grade 12 learners from Vuwani and surrounding villages will be provided with
Stationery and some school
records have been destroyed at 24 schools that were torched and vandalised in
the area during demarcation protests.
van Rooyen, has been engaging
with community members in the Limpopo town in an effort to ensure the Vhembe
district and surrounding areas return to normality.
Labels: Progress in Vuwani in Limpopo after violent protests