|SASSA: 'Give me your ATM Pin'||N4 claimed 5 Lives.|
|Rustenburg – On Wednesday 25 February 2014, the Platinum Weekly received several alarming calls from worried pensioners. They were told to enter their PIN numbers along with their ID and Card number into an automated ‘voice recognition system’. They were also told that if they did not do so, they would not receive their monthly social grant. ...Read more||Rustenburg – Bystanders and emergency workers alike were shocked and saddened by the tragic accident which claimed five lives on Wednesday, 26 February 2014.
The accident occurred at about 17:30 on the N4 at the Ananda turn-off just outside Rustenburg, and involved an Opel Astra and Toyota Fortuner which were both badly damaged by the impact. ...Read more
|Kursus vir karaktervolle kinders||Lekker musiek by Kleine Khomas|
|Thabazimbi – Vir menige kykNET Dagbreek-kykers is die waardevolle ouerskapadvies wat kenner Hettie Brittz twee maal per week tuisbring, onontbeerlik. Volgens Hettie, ontwikkelaar van die Immergroep Ouerskapkursus, is dit ‘n dissipelskapproses waarvan die vrug soms jare later eers sigbaar word. Dié ouerskapreeks rus ouers toe met die nodige kennis om... ...Read more||Rustenburg – Kleine Khomas beloof om in April weer vermaak uit die boonste rakke aan Rustenburgers te bied, met drie afsonderlike opkomende funksies wat almal se smaak sal pas. Op 5 April is die gewilde Afrikaanse kunstenaar Dozi, veteraan van die “pub ’n club”-kringloop in sy vroeëre loopbaan wat deur 18 albums ontwikkel het tot ‘n meester van die verhoog vandag... ...Read more|
|Stripped & Pelted by RTB Strikers||Unrest: Rtb Taxi & Bus Drivers...|
|Rustenburg – “The Rustenburg Police have arrested two male suspects aged 29, on Tuesday 25 February 2014, for attempted murder linked to the ongoing Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union’s protected strike,” Brigadier Thulane Ngubane confirmed. One of the suspects reportedly includes a Amcu official. ...Read more||Outcome of Mine Strike? Rustenburg – On Monday 24 February 2014 the Platinum Weekly received several complaints from concerned residents that Taxi intimidations are on the increase. Reportedly, taxi drivers were forcing buses off the road in broad day-light and intimidating both the bus drivers and patrons of the public transport system. ...Read more|
|Mine Employee SET ALIGHT||Poachers flee with rhino horn|
|The violence against non-striking mine workers in the platinum belt is making a mockery of the noble ideals broadcast by the strikers’ leaders who claim to have the interests of all mineworkers at heart.
Brigadier Thulane Ngubane reports that around 04:30 on Thursday, 20 February 2014, a 46-year-old employee of Union Mine (Anglo) at Swartklip was on his way to work. ...Read more
|North West – The dust has not yet settled on the recent sentencing of rhino poachers, or five other poachers are arrested, and yet again, last week saw two more rhino’s brutally butchered for their horns near Zeerust. According to the National Spokesperson for the Hawks, Captain Paul Ramaloko, “We can confirm that two rhinos were poached Monday at Morningside farm next to Koster. ...Read more|
|Say NO to strike action.||Teenagers honoured for selfless act|
|Talks between the platinum sector and AMCU have not as yet resolved the industry wage dispute resulting in ongoing strike action. Commenting on the strike, Impala CEO Terence Goodlace said, “Impala is committed to engaging with AMCU and is determined to finding a solution that will allow employees to earn better wages. Importantly, we can only agree to wage increases... ...Read more||Rustenburg – Cassie du Plessis (17) and Christien Pretorius (15), two pupils of Grenswag High School, on 10 February were honoured for their heroic intervention which saved six lives. In a ceremony attended by members of the Rustenburg Kloof Rotary Club; the President of the club, Saul Chitate, presented Certificates of Merit and letters sponsoring their attendance at the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards... ...Read more|