Behoort hierdie dorp aan “die Strydoms”?

RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Na aanleiding van verlede week se berig “Bendelede maak naglewe in Rustenburg moeilik”  het die Rustenburg Herald besluit om agter die kap van die byl te kom wat dié groep geweldenaars, beter bekend as “die Strydoms”, aanbetref. Dus het die koerant een van Rustenburg se bekendste kuierplekke besoek en met die eienaar, wat al van einde verlede jaar met ‘n saak van aanranding met die doel om ernstig te beseer teen hierdie groep jongmans sukkel, gesels. Volgens die eienaar, wat ook nie geïdentifiseer wil word nie, het aan die Rustenburg Herald vertel hoe, wanneer hierdie mans sy kuierplekke binnestap, verskeie ander kliënte die perseel verlaat...

To read the full story, read page 6 & 7 of our 29 May 2015 issue.

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Six suspects arrested in “drug blitz”

RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – In what is being referred to as a “drug blitz”, the fight against drug trafficking gained success when Organised Crime Units of the Hawks in Rustenburg and Klerksdorp nabbed six suspects for possession and dealing in drugs on Friday, 22 May 2015. In a disruptive operation in Rustenburg North, a 35-year-old Nigerian national and a South African couple aged 22 and 23 respectively were apprehended for possession of drugs, stated Colonel Sabata Mokgwabone of the North West SAPS...

To read the full story, read page 13 of our 29 May 2015 issue.

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Moet godsdiensonderrig voortgaan?

RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Die beëindiging van godsdienstige praktyke by skole sal ‘n steriele, onnatuurlike skoolsamelewing skep waar individue in hul spoor sal moet trap om nie spontaan aan godsdiensvryheid uiting te gee nie. Dit is die kern van hofstukke van ses skole wat in ‘n aansoek genoem word waarin die Organisasie vir Godsdienste-Onderrig en Demokrasie vra dat die Grondwethof dit ongrondwetlik verklaar dat sekere godsdienspraktyke voorkeur geniet bó ander...

To read the full story, read page 11 ofour 29 May 2015 issue.

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Municipality responds to critical issues

Municipality on burning street lights

RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - During a recent meeting with the Executive Mayor and head Communications of the Rustenburg Local Municipality, several long and overdue issues leading the numerous complaints from consumers in the past, were discussed. Probably one of the issues resulting in the most complaints by Rustenburg consumers, are the issue of street lights burning literally day and night. We asked the Executive Mayor why this continues to be problem - even in times of loadshedding... The municipality answered as follows...  

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Presidency rejects statements on Marikana Massacre Report

RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The Presidency has rejected false statements made by Marikana defence attorney, Andries Nkome, at the weekend in relation to the provincial and national police commissioners. This after Nkome linked President Jacob Zuma to the reported retirement of the North West Police Commissioner Lieutenant-General Zukiswa Mbobo. “The President does not manage the careers of provincial police commissioners, and as such, has nothing to do with the reported retirement,” the Presidency said on Monday, 25 May...

To read the full story, read page 3 of our 29 May 2015 issue.

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Behoort hierdie dorp aan “die Strydoms”?

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Na aanleiding van verlede week se berig “Bendelede maak naglewe in Rustenburg moeilik”  het die Rustenburg Herald besluit om agter die kap van die byl te kom wat dié groep geweldenaars, beter bekend as “die Strydoms”, aanbetref. Dus het die koerant een van Rustenburg se bekendste kuierplekke besoek en met die eienaar, wat al van einde verlede jaar met ‘n saak van aanranding met die doel om ernstig te beseer teen hierdie groep jongmans sukkel, gesels. Volgens die eienaar, wat ook nie geïdentifiseer wil word nie, het aan die Rustenburg Herald vertel hoe, wanneer hierdie mans sy kuierplekke binnestap, verskeie ander kliënte die perseel verlaat...

To read the full story, read page 6 & 7 of our 29 May 2015 issue.

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Six suspects arrested in “drug blitz”

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – In what is being referred to as a “drug blitz”, the fight against drug trafficking gained success when Organised Crime Units of the Hawks in Rustenburg and Klerksdorp nabbed six suspects for possession and dealing in drugs on Friday, 22 May 2015. In a disruptive operation in Rustenburg North, a 35-year-old Nigerian national and a South African couple aged 22 and 23 respectively were apprehended for possession of drugs, stated Colonel Sabata Mokgwabone of the North West SAPS...

To read the full story, read page 13 of our 29 May 2015 issue.

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Municipality responds to critical issues

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Municipality on burning street lights

RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - During a recent meeting with the Executive Mayor and head Communications of the Rustenburg Local Municipality, several long and overdue issues leading the numerous complaints from consumers in the past, were discussed. Probably one of the issues resulting in the most complaints by Rustenburg consumers, are the issue of street lights burning literally day and night. We asked the Executive Mayor why this continues to be problem - even in times of loadshedding... The municipality answered as follows...  

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Mayor presents 2015/16 Budget

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – On Tuesday, 26 May, Rustenburg Executive Mayor Cllr Mpho Khunou gave his 2015/16 Budget Speech at the Rustenburg Civic Centre under the theme “Rising to the Challenge to Deliver on Basics”. Cllr Khunou, after moving through the formalities which included a tribute to Dr Ruth Mompati and the late Minister of Public Service and Administration Collins Chabane, a Medium Term Income and Expenditure Framework (MTREF) for 2015/16 which presents total spending of R3.5 billion for the financial year. Capital spending was put at R1 billion...

To read the full story, read page 3 of our 29 May 2015 issue.

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Aanrandingsake lei na arrestasies

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Die vier verdagtes wat op Dinsdag, 12 Mei, in die Rustenburgse Landdroshof verskyn het op ‘n klag van aanranding sal weer op Vrydag, 22 Mei, verskyn. Volgens Kaptein Elsabé Augoustides, woordvoerder van die Suid-Afrikaanse Polisiediens (SAPD), is Karel Strydom (25), Jacobus Strydom (20), Nico van der Merwe (18) en Vernon Strydom (23) in Rustenburg gearresteer...

To read the full story, read page 5 of our 22 May 2015 issue.

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Moet godsdiensonderrig voortgaan?

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Die beëindiging van godsdienstige praktyke by skole sal ‘n steriele, onnatuurlike skoolsamelewing skep waar individue in hul spoor sal moet trap om nie spontaan aan godsdiensvryheid uiting te gee nie. Dit is die kern van hofstukke van ses skole wat in ‘n aansoek genoem word waarin die Organisasie vir Godsdienste-Onderrig en Demokrasie vra dat die Grondwethof dit ongrondwetlik verklaar dat sekere godsdienspraktyke voorkeur geniet bó ander...

To read the full story, read page 11 ofour 29 May 2015 issue.

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Presidency rejects statements on Marikana Massacre Report

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The Presidency has rejected false statements made by Marikana defence attorney, Andries Nkome, at the weekend in relation to the provincial and national police commissioners. This after Nkome linked President Jacob Zuma to the reported retirement of the North West Police Commissioner Lieutenant-General Zukiswa Mbobo. “The President does not manage the careers of provincial police commissioners, and as such, has nothing to do with the reported retirement,” the Presidency said on Monday, 25 May...

To read the full story, read page 3 of our 29 May 2015 issue.

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“Bendelede” maak naglewe in Rustenburg moeilik

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Daar is in Rustenburg, volgens gerugte wat hul weg na die Rustenburg Herald gevind het, ‘n bakleiery tussen ‘n bekende groep moeilikheidmakers en, na bewering, lede van een van Suid-Afrika se bekendste motorsfietsbendes. Deur die afgelope paar weke is daar verskeie insidente aan die Rustenburg Herald se aandag gebring wat na bewering hierdie twee groepe betrek. Daar word beweer dat hierdie twee groepe by kuierplekke in en buite Rustenburg mekaar met geweld “uitsorteer”, maak nie saak wie in die kruisvuur beseer is nie...

To read the full story, read page 5 of our 22 May 2015 issue.

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Construction of new N4 bridge now in full swing

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Except for an accident involving a traffic vehicle of the Rustenburg Directorate Public Safety this weekend’s closure of the N4 toll road underneath the new R24 bridge went ahead safely and smoothly. The accident which was caused by a “blue light” lead vehicle escorting the North West Premier early on Sunday morning was the only reportable incident of the entire operation overseen by a quite a large police and traffic police contingency on Sunday morning. No-one was seriously injured however...

To read the full story, read page 3 of our 22 May 2015 issue.

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