Another toll plaza on N4

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RUSTENBURG – Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire (Bakwena) has denied allegations by the Congress of the South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) that it is involved in a project to build a second toll plaza on the N4 between Swartruggens and the Skilpadshek checkpoint to Botswana (near Zeerust). 

To read the full story, read our 18 July 2014 issue.

 

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Madikwe residents warned

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RUSTENBURG – The residents of the Madikwe Township have been warned that the Moses Kotane Local Municipality is currently performing maintenance on the Madikwe Water Treatment Plant’s sand filters and cleaning flocculation tanks. “Maintenance includes cleaning of reservoir at the plant and reservoirs at Madikwe Township,” Beauty Makganye of the Moses Kotane Municipality said in a statement on Thursday, 10 July. 

To read the full story, read our 18 July 2014 issue.

 

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“Highly disturbing” child pornography suspected arrested

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RUSTENBURG – In a case which the police are labelling as “highly disturbing”, a 35-year-old suspect in Rustenburg has been arrested for the possession of child pornography by the Family Violence and Child Protection Unit (FCS). 

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SA new immigration rules will remain

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RUSTENBURG – Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba stated on Tuesday, 15 July, during his department’s budget vote debate that new regulations aimed at regulating movement in and out of South Africa and ensuring national security will not be relaxed. 

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Amplats profit wiped out by strike

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RUSTENBURG – As much as 96 percent of Anglo American Platinum’s (Amplats’) fi rst-half profi t has allegedly been wiped out by the fi ve-month strike by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu), the mining company announced on Monday, 14 July. 

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SAPS apprehend second business robbery suspect

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RUSTENBURG – With Operation Platinum Belt in full swing, the South African Police Services (SAPS) have made significant gains in the fight against crime within the eight police station areas around Rustenburg. On Friday, 11 July, members arrested a second suspect in connection with a business robbery that occurred at Potshaneng Village in Rustenburg earlier this month. 

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More successes as Operation Platinum Belt rages on

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RUSTENBURG – The South African Police Services (SAPS) in and around Rustenburg continued to score a number of successes as part of the ongoing Operation Platinum Belt, aimed at stabilising the area affected by the recently ended platinum strike. 

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Stakers teiken plaaslike staalreus

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RUSTENBURG - ‘n Prominente Rustenburgse sakeman het minstens R10 000 se skade gely toe stakende Numsa-lede Maandagaand ongeveer 21:30 ‘n petrolbom na sy onderneming geslinger het en die besigheid se ontvangsportaal in vlamme uitgebars het. 

To read the full story, read our 18 July 2014 issue.

 

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“Highly disturbing” child pornography suspect arrested

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RUSTENBURG – A 35-year-old suspect in Rustenburg has been arrested for the possession of child pornography in a case that the Family Violence and Child Protection Unit (FCS) are describing as “highly disturbing”. 

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

 

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