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  • NO BAIL FOR ROBBERY SUSPECTS

    NO BAIL FOR ROBBERY SUSPECTS

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – PHOKENG – The Rustenburg Herald has been told that six suspects allegedly tied to an armed robbery case have been denied bail by the Bafokeng Magistrate’s Court in Tlhabane on Monday, 1 February.

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  • ‘BOKONE BOPHIRIMA’ PLATE MATTER BEFORE COURTS

    ‘BOKONE BOPHIRIMA’ PLATE MATTER BEFORE COURTS

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The Rustenburg Herald has received confirmation from the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management in the North West that it has indeed initiated a process to introduce new securitised number plates which will allegedly be marked “BB” instead of the normal “NW”.

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  • RUSTENBURG ROADS NEAR COMPLETION

    RUSTENBURG ROADS NEAR COMPLETION

    RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - There is little doubt that the Rustenburg motoring fraternity was delighted to return to their busy office schedules from early in January this year amidst much improved traffic conditions on the R24 where major construction and development has taken place over at least the past 24 months.

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  • AMPLATS INVESTS R63 MILLION

    AMPLATS INVESTS R63 MILLION

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) has announced that it will be investing $4 million (R63 million) to help reduce the delivered costs of hydrogen and support the development of hydrogen refueling stations for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

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  • GLENCORE COULD BE IN COURT OVER OPTIMUM

    GLENCORE COULD BE IN COURT OVER OPTIMUM

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Speculation is rife that mining giant Glencore could be in court soon after allegations arose that it had sold its Optimum coal mine to the so-called Gupta family allegedly for around R1-billion less than it would have received from another potential buyer.

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  • Returning generators keep grid stable - Eskom

    Returning generators keep grid stable - Eskom

    The return of a number of generating units from maintenance has helped stabilise the country’s power system with no load shedding currently taking place, says Eskom...

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  • “BLOOD MOON” PHENOMENON COMES AND GOES

    “BLOOD MOON” PHENOMENON COMES AND GOES

    The scientific phenomenon is known as the bloodmoon, and is said to come once in 30 years, occurred here in South Africa between the hours of 3 and 5am. The last time it was around was in 1982.

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  • PUBLIC OUTRAGE OVER E-TOLL DEADLINE

    PUBLIC OUTRAGE OVER E-TOLL DEADLINE

    South African motorists and antagonists of the dreaded Gauteng etoll system as well as the soon to be implemented AArto penalty system are outraged by the latest move by the South African government and its relevant agencies’ strategy to have outstanding e-toll fees accumulated by non-paying motorists coupled to the AArto Drivers Licence penalty system.

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  • KRUGERRAND – CURRENCY, GOLD PRICE INCREASING DEMAND?

    KRUGERRAND – CURRENCY, GOLD PRICE INCREASING DEMAND?

    With the Rand reaching lows against the US Dollar which were last seen at the time of the 2008 recession, those in the possession of Krugerrands might actually be smiling...

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  • SASSA denies ‘20 years’ rumour

    SASSA denies ‘20 years’ rumour

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Rumours that have reached the Rustenburg Herald this week regarding new changes to the Social Assistance Act have been dispelled by the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA).

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