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  • 35-YEAR-OLD ARRESTED IN BOITEKONG FOR ILLEGAL FIREARM, AMMUNITION

    35-YEAR-OLD ARRESTED IN BOITEKONG FOR ILLEGAL FIREARM, AMMUNITION

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The fight against illegal proliferation of firearms gained success on Sunday, 17 September 2017 when police in Boitekong apprehended a 35-year-old suspect for illegal possession of firearm and ammunition.

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  • PARENTS IN COURT FOR THREE YEAR OLD’S ‘NEGLECT, RAPE’

    PARENTS IN COURT FOR THREE YEAR OLD’S ‘NEGLECT, RAPE’

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The parents of a three year old child appeared in the Rustenburg Magistrate’s Court on Thursday, 14 September, on various charges in terms of the Children’s Act, Act 38/2005, the Rustenburg Herald was told this week.

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  • NÓG SLEGTE NUUS VIR MOTORISTE

    NÓG SLEGTE NUUS VIR MOTORISTE

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Dit wil voorkom asof daar nie baie goeie nuus vir motoriste gaan wees soos 2017 na ‘n einde toe staan nie en volgens die outomobiel-assosiasie (AA) kan verbruikers nog ‘n verhoging in die prys van brandstof in die komende maand verwag.

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  • 2 500 IMPALA EMPLOYEES TO BE AFFECTED BY RETRENCHMENTS

    2 500 IMPALA EMPLOYEES TO BE AFFECTED BY RETRENCHMENTS

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Impala Platinum Holdings Limited (Implats) has issued a notice to relevant employee representative groups, government authorities and other stakeholders at its Impala Rustenburg operation, indicating that it has initiated a Section 189 consultation process, in terms of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 (LRA), that may lead to staff reductions.

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  • ‘STRAY BULLET’ KILLS 55-YEAR-OLD WOMAN

    ‘STRAY BULLET’ KILLS 55-YEAR-OLD WOMAN

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – What started out as the routine loading of money into ATMs in President Mbeki Drive on Friday morning, 15 September, soon turned into a scene out of the Wild West with four heavily armed suspects opening fire on the security personnel in a Cash-in-Transit heist.

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  • “BLOOD MOON” PHENOMENON COMES AND GOES

    “BLOOD MOON” PHENOMENON COMES AND GOES

    The scientific phenomenon is known as the bloodmoon, and is said to come once in 30 years, occurred here in South Africa between the hours of 3 and 5am. The last time it was around was in 1982.

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  • PUBLIC OUTRAGE OVER E-TOLL DEADLINE

    PUBLIC OUTRAGE OVER E-TOLL DEADLINE

    South African motorists and antagonists of the dreaded Gauteng etoll system as well as the soon to be implemented AArto penalty system are outraged by the latest move by the South African government and its relevant agencies’ strategy to have outstanding e-toll fees accumulated by non-paying motorists coupled to the AArto Drivers Licence penalty system.

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  • KRUGERRAND – CURRENCY, GOLD PRICE INCREASING DEMAND?

    KRUGERRAND – CURRENCY, GOLD PRICE INCREASING DEMAND?

    With the Rand reaching lows against the US Dollar which were last seen at the time of the 2008 recession, those in the possession of Krugerrands might actually be smiling...

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  • SASSA denies ‘20 years’ rumour

    SASSA denies ‘20 years’ rumour

    RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Rumours that have reached the Rustenburg Herald this week regarding new changes to the Social Assistance Act have been dispelled by the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA).

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  • SAA CONTINUES FLYING TO BRAZIL DESPITE ZIKA VIRUS

    SAA CONTINUES FLYING TO BRAZIL DESPITE ZIKA VIRUS

    South African Airways (SAA) will continue to fly between Johannesburg and Sao Paolo, in Brazil, after the World Health Organization concluded that there is no justification to impose a travel ban due to the outbreak of the Zika virus.

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  • GOVERNMENT TO SPEED UP PENSION PAY-OUTS

    GOVERNMENT TO SPEED UP PENSION PAY-OUTS

    RUSTENBURG HERALD- RUSTENBURG- The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) says it remains committed to making sure that employees who are leaving the public service are paid on time.

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