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  • Cuckoo Avenue’s Rockcliff bridge on the brink of opening - issues with payment reason for delay

    RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - This weekend (Sunday 10 December) marks exactly one year since the notorious Rockcliff Estate bridge in Cuckoo Avenue has been devastated if not completely washed away by storm water after an untold cloudburst in Rustenburg during the heavy rains of the previous season. 
    Currently the status of the Rockcliff bridge is that the restoration project is in an advanced stage if not entirely completed except for what seems to be a few minor problems such as water leaking dangerously close to high voltage electrical cables as well as the final painting of the road.

  • Afriforum hof toe oor Rustenburg-krag

    RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - AfriForum se Rustenburg-tak het Maandag (4 Desember) hofstukke aan die Nasionale Energiereguleerder van Suid-Afrika (NERSA) beteken om dringend die voortslepende probleme rakende elektrisiteitsvoorsiening in die Rustenburg Plaaslike Munisipaliteit op te los. 
    Dit volg in reaksie op die aanhoudende kragonderbrekings wat Rustenburg ervaar weens swak onderhoud van dié munisipaliteit se elektrisiteitsinfrastruktuur.

  • Fuel price decreases

    RUSTENBURG HERALD  - RUSTENBURG - The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) has announced the official petrol and diesel price adjustments for December. 
    It is good news across the board, with both grades of petrol decreasing by 65 cents per litre and diesel by between R2.35 (500ppm) and R2.41 (50ppm) - the decreases have been eroded somewhat by retail margin hikes built into the price structure by the DMRE. The over-recovery of 99 cents per litre on petrol, due to lower international oil prices and a slightly stronger rand, would have resulted in a decrease of that amount.