<p>Trains hits car</p>

Trains hits car

<p>Landgrabs on the rise</p>

Landgrabs on the rise

<p>NOT HINDERED BY DISABILITY </p>

NOT HINDERED BY DISABILITY 

<p>Tragedy struck on Mother’s Day</p>

Tragedy struck on Mother’s Day

Vodacom Superruggas 2018

20 April 2018

Vodacom Superruggas 2018

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BIRD FLU HIT NORTH WEST

20 April 2018

Farmers in the Bojanala Platinum District are bracing themselves for a double dose of natural attacks on their crops and livestock.

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Kuier by die viervoetiges

20 April 2018

‘n Handjievol Little Genius Naskool leerders het op Vrydag, 6 April, die Rustenburgse Dierebeskermingsvereniging (DBV) besoek.

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Facing the Token Double 90 together!

20 April 2018

Members of the Rustenburg Cycling Club (RCC) spent the better half of the weekend in Clarens, Free State during the Token Double 90 on Saturday, 14 April.

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In search of the perfect Monster

20 April 2018

Keen mountain biker Raymond Travers is hoping to find ‘the perfect monster’ at the ATKV Buffelspoort on Saturday, 2 June 2018 when he takes on his 4th consecutive FNB Magalies Monster MTB Classic.

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HEADING TO CAPE TOWN

20 April 2018

Rustenburg – Two Grenville High School students have made it through to the finals of the national acting competition to be held in Cape Town between 3-5 May.

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Platinum Stars’ boat sinks deeper

20 April 2018

Rustenburg/ Phokeng – Kaizer Chiefs hosted the Dikwena at the FNB Stadium on Sunday 15 April, in the 27th match of the 2017/18 Absa premiership. The Chiefs triumphed over Dikwena by 1-0, sinking the boat even worse for the relegation-threatened Platinum Stars, rooted at the bottom of the log with 7 points behind the second from bottom Ajax Cape Town.

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Van Tonder’s winning streak continues

20 April 2018

The beautiful Midgard Country Estate in Windhoek, Namibia, played host to the first international event of South Africa’s largest obstacle course race (OCR) series, the Toyota Warrior Race on Saturday, 24 March.

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Skryf Net writing competition open

20 April 2018

The Skryf Net writing competition seeks out, encourages and recognises creative writing excellence among primary school pupils in South Africa.

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Anglo Boer War Mural an Art Revival?

13 April 2018

Rustenburg – Dean Kelly, well-known battle scenes artist and also renowned for the painting of the cooling towers in Orlando, Soweto, was commissioned by Kedar Heritage Lodge to paint a very large wall scape, depicting the battle of Buffelspoort.

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