Family seeks grandson after Contravention of Court Order

RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The Grover family of Rustenburg are desperately requesting the help of the community regarding a Contravention of Court Order case which is currently being investigated by the South African Police Services (SAPS) in Benoni pertaining to their three-year-old grandson, Levi Grover. According to Cheryl Grover, Levi’s parents, Neville Grover and Kaylan Mae Niven have allegedly been involved in a custody battle over Levi and on 3 October, Levi’s mother was reportedly ordered to return him to the custody of his father, which she failed to do...

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Koster SAPS still searches for missing children

RUSTENBURG HERALD – KOSTER – Two missing school children, namely nine-year-old Octovia Moduma and Keamogetse Tryphina Boikanyo (12), are still being searched for by the South African Police Services (SAPS) in Koster and the community’s help is being sought. According to a statement on the SAPS website, the pair of girls went missing on Wednesday, 24 September, in the afternoon while at Mountain View, Reagile Location, Koster. They are learners at Kgalagatsane Lower Primary and Moitshoki Mofenyi Lower Primary Schools respectively...

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – ‘n Noodlottige ongeluk by Tharisa-myn se Voyager-verwerkingsaanslag op Woensdag, 5 November, het gelei tot die tydelike opskorting van bedrywighede by die myn...

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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Tip-off leads to rifle recovery in Tlhabane

RUSTENBURG HERALD – TLHABANE – A tipoff from the community helped ongoing efforts to curb proliferation of dangerous weapons and the arrest of a 17-year-old suspect on Sunday, 16 November, after an AK-47 assault rifle was found in his possession. According to North West South African Police Services (NW SAPS) spokesperson Colonel Sabata Mokgwabone, the apprehension of the suspect came after police received a tip-off from about suspected illegal firearm kept at a certain house...

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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Rustenburg SAPS arrest three for motor theft

RUSTENBURG HERALD – TLHABANE – Swift response by members of the Rustenburg Flying Squad and Tactical Response Teams (TRT) on Monday, 17 November, at around 09:30 led to the arrest of three men and the recovery of a stolen vehicle at Yizo-Yizo Informal Settlement, Tlhabane. The arrest came after Rustenburg Flying Squad received information from a vehicle tracker about the stolen white Toyota Hiace. They followed the signal and later found one suspect driving the vehicle...

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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Family seeks grandson after Contravention of Court Order

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The Grover family of Rustenburg are desperately requesting the help of the community regarding a Contravention of Court Order case which is currently being investigated by the South African Police Services (SAPS) in Benoni pertaining to their three-year-old grandson, Levi Grover. According to Cheryl Grover, Levi’s parents, Neville Grover and Kaylan Mae Niven have allegedly been involved in a custody battle over Levi and on 3 October, Levi’s mother was reportedly ordered to return him to the custody of his father, which she failed to do...

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Koster SAPS still searches for missing children

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – KOSTER – Two missing school children, namely nine-year-old Octovia Moduma and Keamogetse Tryphina Boikanyo (12), are still being searched for by the South African Police Services (SAPS) in Koster and the community’s help is being sought. According to a statement on the SAPS website, the pair of girls went missing on Wednesday, 24 September, in the afternoon while at Mountain View, Reagile Location, Koster. They are learners at Kgalagatsane Lower Primary and Moitshoki Mofenyi Lower Primary Schools respectively...

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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Tip-off leads to rifle recovery in Tlhabane

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – TLHABANE – A tipoff from the community helped ongoing efforts to curb proliferation of dangerous weapons and the arrest of a 17-year-old suspect on Sunday, 16 November, after an AK-47 assault rifle was found in his possession. According to North West South African Police Services (NW SAPS) spokesperson Colonel Sabata Mokgwabone, the apprehension of the suspect came after police received a tip-off from about suspected illegal firearm kept at a certain house...

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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Suspended Crocodile River Mine sold to highest bidder

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – BRITS – Eastern Platinum (Eastplats) has, as part of an apparent bid to rid itself of all its platinum assets, sold its loss-making Crocodile River Mine along with other projects to China-based Hebei Zhongbo Platinum for a reported $225m in cash. Crocodile River Mine, which produced around 86 000 ounces of platinum group metals in 2012, saw its operations being suspended by Eastplats in July of last year..

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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Municipality joins hands with Police to fight crime

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - The Rustenburg Local Municipality spearheaded by Executive Mayor, Cllr Mpho Khunou, in collaboration with all sectors of society, namely; South African Police Service (SAPS), spearheaded by General Mpembe who is also Cluster Commander, Home Affairs Department, private security companies, Traffic Law Enforcement Units, both provincial and local, business and civic organizations, have on Monday, 17th November 2014, waged war on crime with the view to bringing it down and ultimately getting rid of it so as to ensure safe and secure Rustenburg...

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – ‘n Noodlottige ongeluk by Tharisa-myn se Voyager-verwerkingsaanslag op Woensdag, 5 November, het gelei tot die tydelike opskorting van bedrywighede by die myn...

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Rustenburg SAPS arrest three for motor theft

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – TLHABANE – Swift response by members of the Rustenburg Flying Squad and Tactical Response Teams (TRT) on Monday, 17 November, at around 09:30 led to the arrest of three men and the recovery of a stolen vehicle at Yizo-Yizo Informal Settlement, Tlhabane. The arrest came after Rustenburg Flying Squad received information from a vehicle tracker about the stolen white Toyota Hiace. They followed the signal and later found one suspect driving the vehicle...

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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Madibeng pays R15-million to restore power

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – MARIKANA – A payment of R15.2-million for “bulk services” to the City of Tswane by the Madibeng Local Municipality (Brits) was all that could restore power to the Brits, Hartbeespoort, Marikana and Mooinooi areas over the weekend. According to reports in the national media on Monday, 17 November, the City of Tswane cut power to 8 000 account holders who allegedly owed the city a combined total of R130-million. As a result, power to the several municipalities was cut in an attempt to get account holders to pay back the money...

To read the full story, read our 21 November 2014 issue.

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Attempts to avoid accident leads to cyclist’s demise

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – An unidentified African male on a bicycle lost his life on Friday, 7 November, after two motor vehicles attempted to avoid an accident at around 06:30 on the corner of Beyers Naude Drive and Von Wielligh Street. Motorists heading to work on Friday were met by a gruesome scene after a white Volvo travelling from Absa in Beyers Naude Drive carrying two occupants allegedly attempted to avoid a collision with a white Chevrolet bakkie.Despite rumours that the cyclist was a scholar on his way to school, Capt Mvuno confirmed to the Rustenburg Herald that the cyclist was between the age of 32 and 35...

To read the full story, read our 14 November 2014 issue.

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