Mogol Post, established on 16 February 1996, is a weekly local newspaper in Lephalale (Ellisras), the heartbeat of the Waterberg Bushveld.

Lephalale is one of South Africa’s fastest growing towns due to major developments. According to the local municipality it is geographically the largest town in Limpopo Province, 19 605km².

The Grootegeluk Mine (coal) officially opened in 1981 and the Eskom Matimba Power Station in 1989. Exxaro (previously Kumba) is currently in the process of major coal mining expansions and a char plant has just been finished. Exxaro is also planning the Thaba Metsi power station. Eskom is currently constructing the new coal power station, Medupi. Resgen is working on preparations regarding the Boikarabelo mine in the Steenbokpan area. The Mokolo dam, Matimba and Medupi are declared as national keypoints.

The name of the Mogol Post originates from the Mogol River east of Lephalale.

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