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  • LAND INVADERS: RUSTENBURG NOT IMMUNE

    LAND INVADERS: RUSTENBURG NOT IMMUNE

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The Rustenburg Herald is currently in possession of the court interdict issued by the High Court in Mahikeng last week in order to empower the Rustenburg Local Municipality to remove so-called “land invaders” who had allegedly made plans to erect shacks next to the R24 in the Rietvlei area.

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  • HOF VERBIED ESKOM OM KRAG AF TE SKAKEL

    HOF VERBIED ESKOM OM KRAG AF TE SKAKEL

    RUSTENBURG HERALD - KGETLENGRIVIER - In ‘n oorwinning vir betalende elektrisiteitsverbruikers het die Hoëhof in Pretoria Vrydag ‘n dringende tussentydse interdik teen kragonderbrekings deur Eskom toegestaan.

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  • SA MOTORISTS COULD PAY R15 A LITRE FOR FUEL NEXT MONTH

    SA MOTORISTS COULD PAY R15 A LITRE FOR FUEL NEXT MONTH

    RUSTENBURG HERALD- RUSTENBURG- Motorists can expect another petrol price increase at the end of this month as a result of a rise in international oil prices.

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  • PAUL BODENSTEIN PARK: “CLOSED” UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

    PAUL BODENSTEIN PARK: “CLOSED” UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – It has been over eight months since the Rustenburg Herald first reported on the sorry state of the Paul Bodenstein Park on Kloof Road, across from the Civic Centre, where over 50 palisades had been stolen and ablution blocks left to deteriorate almost to the point of no return.

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  • LOOTING SUSPECTS HELD IN MAJAKANENG, GOODS RECOVERED

    LOOTING SUSPECTS HELD IN MAJAKANENG, GOODS RECOVERED

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Asserting the Authority of the State and clamping on criminality gained another success.

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