Vodacom Superruggas 2018

 

18 May 2018

Vodacom Superruggas 2018

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Ter nagedagtenis aan Danie

18 May 2018

Rustenburg – Die begrafnis van wyle Danie Pieterse (17), leerling van Hoërskool Grenswag, vind plaas op Donderdag, 17 Mei om 14h00 vanuit die Volle Evangelie Kerk te Zendelingstraat 17.

Crime & Accidents News

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Tragedy struck on Mother’s Day

18 May 2018

Buffelspoort – Four children and two adults were killed after a vehicle caught fire on the N4 towards Buffelspoort on Mother’s Day morning, 13 May. It is believed that the driver lost control of the car and crashed into a pillar before the vehicle burst into flames.

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Drug bust in Marikana

18 May 2018

Marikana – The Christiana Police, acting on a tip-off, arrested two suspects in Marikana on Saturday 12 May, for dealing in drugs. 

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Trains hits car

18 May 2018

Magaliesburg – Four people were killed, and one person sustained moderate injuries after a train hit a car at the R500 and Carletonville crossing in Magaliesburg on Saturday, 12 May. 

Crime & Accidents News

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Landgrabs on the rise

18 May 2018

Rustenburg – Members of Public Safety and the local South African Police Services (SAPS) were summoned to disperse would-be landgrabbers on Thursday, 17 May.

Social & Community News

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The unemployment rate remains unchanged

18 May 2018

South Africa’s unemployment rate remains at 26.7% in the first quarter of 2018, from the first quarter of last year. 

Government & Municipal News

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Lonmin retrenchment carnage

18 May 2018

Trade union Solidarity on Tuesday, 15 May, said that it is dismayed by the retrenchment crisis Lonmin currently faces. However, the trade union is positive that if Sibanye-Stillwater succeeds in buying Lonmin, it could offer a favourable outcome for the platinum giant, creating new job opportunities which hopefully will stem or limit Lonmin’s currently envisaged retrenchments over a period of three years.

Mining & Industry News

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BILL MCGILL ART EXHIBITION

18 May 2018

Rustenburg – Be one of the art and literature guests to an exhibition of paintings and book review at the Bill McGill Art Exhibition to be held at the Bush Willow Bread & Breakfast, on the R24 in Rustenburg on Friday, 18 May at 18h30. 

Social & Community News

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A WAVE OF VIOLENT PROTESTS

18 May 2018

Rustenburg – People travelling to and from work are caught up in a state of fear and uncertainty as waves of violent protests engulfed the major arterial routes in and out of Rustenburg over the past few days.

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