Herald sit ma’s in die kollig

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Sy is die eerste mens wat jy ooit liefhet, en die een wat jou liewer het as wat enigeen ooit kan droom. Jou ma is die een wat, deur haar geloof in jou, jou die selfvertroue gee om die wêreld aan te durf en dit is sý wat die laaste stukkie krag wat sy het, sal gebruik om jou te beskerm. En al is ons hóé lief vir ons ma's, is daar nie 'n manier onder die son hoe ons dit ooit regtig volkome vir haar kan sê of wys nie. Maar die wonders van ma's is dat hulle nie enigiets van jou inruil verwag nie!

Om die volle storie te lees, kyk na ons 09 April 2021 uitgawe.

Plan well before you take to the road

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - The Easter weekend and school holiday break is coming up. After a busy start to the year, most people will choose to either take a short break over Easter or take advantage of the school holidays and long weekends to relax and unwind.
To read the full story, read our 02 April 2021 issue.

Youth stand behind Mayor

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Following a march that took place recently in Tlhabane regarding service delivery, the youth of Rustenburg approached the Rustenburg Herald this week to express their gratitude for the various projects that have been activated in Tlhabane to deal with issues related to service delivery.
To read the full story, read our 02 April 2021 issue.

Spotlight on Down Syndrome at Job Shimankana Tabane hospital

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World Down Syndrome day is commemorated annually on 21 March. This year’s theme is #Connect, which emanates from the Covid-19 pandemic where as people, we have been forced to re-look at the way in which we connect and communicate with each other. Pictured here are staff members of Job Shimankana Tabane Hospital commemorating this day. To read the full story, read our 26 March 2021 issue.