GREAT WORK REWARDED

03 August 2018

Rustenburg – Stylin Autosport on 25 July celebrated some of their long-service employees with a special award ceremony. 

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Newspaper sleeping bags
to keep the cold at bay

03 August 2018

RustenburgPlatinum Weekly donated back-copies of newspapers to an innovative initiative where newspapers were taped and packaged together to form sleeping bags in aid of people living on the streets across the city.  

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Coca-Cola bakkie give-away

03 August 2018

Rustenburg – Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) on 19 June rewarded two loyal customers, Sam Moyo and James Dias, both with a brand-new Nissan NP 200 bakkie, after purchasing Coca-Cola products for their businesses.

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A CRAFTS MARKET FOR A GOOD CAUSE

27 July 2018

Rustenburg – The Abba Crafts Market in Rustenburg on Saturday 14 July to raise funds for cancer patients was so successful the organizer and owner of Abba Emporium, Mohamed Abba is planning similar events monthly.

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VOTE FOR DARREN 

27 July 2018

Rustenburg – Darren Archer (32) is not about to give up on his ambition to one day take the Mr Deaf South Africa title home. Saturday 13 October, the MDSA gala evening will be held at the Atterbury Theatre in Lynnwood, Pretoria. 

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Christmas in July
-a feast for friends

27 July 2018

Rustenburg – Local Golden Oldies (senior citizens) joined ward councillor Cheryl Phillips and friends on Wednesday 18 July, when they once again hosted the ‘Christmas in July’ dinner at the WA van Zyl Hall.

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HORSES UP FOR ADOPTION

27 July 2018

Potchefstroom – Following major welfare concerns of the horses belonging to the South African Army in April 2018, the National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) was finally granted the ownership of 69 horses. 

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IF YOUR DOG BITES SOMEONE,
IT COULD COST YOU DEARLY

27 July 2018

Rustenburg – South Africa has an unusually high incidence of serious dog attacks. One of the reasons for this is, due to the high crime rate, large breed dogs have become popular and many dogs are trained to be aggressive for security purposes.

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