Ngoho News is printed and distributed across Vhembe District Municipality in the Limpopo Province, as follows:
|Language||70 % Tshivenda and 30 % English|
|Print run||10,000 copies|
Polokwane, Thohoyandou, Sibasa, Makwarela, Shayandima, Thisaulu, Lwamondo, Vuwani, Elim, Ha-Mashau, Tshakhuma, Levubu, Makhado, Kutama, Sinthumule, Dzanani, Tshikombani, Siloam, Musina, Nancefield, Madimbo, Malale, Tshipise, Tshilamba, Dzimaulwi, Muswodi, Vondwe, Tshifudi, Mukula, Ha-Lambani, Tshaulu, Makhuvha, Dididi and Tshiulungoma
Ngoho News’ vision is to augment the empowerment of previously disadvantaged communities through development communication. The newspaper’s mission is to provide an interaction platform for the community, government, civil society and business sectors.
Ngoho strives to bridge the communication gap among the economic, social and political spheres of society. Ngoho primarily targets African (black) community who are able to read the Tshivenda or English languages in Vhembe District Municipality.
Situated about 100 km to the north of Polokwane – the capital city of Limpopo Province – Vhembe District consist of four local municipalities namely; Thulamela, Musina, Makhado and Collins Chabane. There are about nine towns in Vhembe District namely; Musina, Thohoyandou, Louis Trichardt, Malamulele, Dzanani, Tshilamba, Vuwani, Sibasa and Elim. Vhembe District Municipality’s headquarters are at Thohoyandou town in Thulamela Municipality.
Map of Vhembe District Municipality
The area has a population of approximately 1, 3 million residents. About 55 % of the residents are women. People who are still young or have less than 35 years form 75 % of the population. There are approximately 382 357 households. The area’s jurisdiction is predominantly rural with critical basic services backlogs. Majority of residents live in villages and farm dwellings. There are diverse cultures with five distinct languages namely; Tshivenda, Xitsonga, Afrikaans, Sepedi (Batlokwa) and English.
Contact Number: 082 436 8453
4671 Pfunzo Street