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No relief at the pumps this festive season

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – It seems there will be no early Christmas present for motorists this year as the Automobile Association predicts that, based on the unaudited mid-month fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF), motorists can expect a sharp increase in the prices of petrol come end November.

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Chamber of Mines to oppose Eskom’s 20% tariff increase

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – As was reported in this week’s Bonus, the Chamber of Mines, which represents 90% of South Africa’s mining production by value, on Friday, 17 November 2017, formally presented its response to Eskom’s application for a 19.9% tariff increase, an increase which the Chamber feels will result in a “vicious downward spiral” for SA.

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Car owners cautioned about theft of motor vehicles

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – As part of preventative measures and due to a number of reported cases of theft of motor vehicle in the Rustenburg Cluster, the police in the province would like to caution motorists and members of the community to take extra care to safeguard their vehicles, the Rustenburg Herald was told this week.

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Residents take to streets over crime

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – On Friday afternoon, 17 November 2017, residents of East End in Rustenburg took the fight against crime to the streets with one clear message: the residents of Rustenburg are tired of crime and do not fear the perpetrators – crime will fall!

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Is your blue wildebeest worth a criminal record?

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG – The Rustenburg Herald this week learned that provincial prosecuting authority in the North West Province will be launching a court case against various game farmers who are being criminally tried on charge 35 of the Animal Diseases Act of 1984 with regards to the spreading of bovine malignant catarrhal fever or “snotsiekte”.

Is jou blouwildebeeste ‘n kriminele rekord werd?

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Die Rustenburg Herald het hierdie week verneem dat die provinsiale vervolgingsgesag in die Noordwes Provinsie ‘n hofsaak loods waar verskeie plaaslike wildsboere krimineel aangekla word vir die oortreding van die Wet op Dieresiektes nommer 35 van 1984 met betrekking tot die verspreiding van snotsiekte.

To read the full story, read our 17 November 2017 issue.

 

Farm attack on elderly couple near Derby

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – DERBY – The Rustenburg Herald this week learned of yet another farm attack which occurred in the Derby/Koster area during which an elderly couple were overpowered and tied up by armed robbers during the evening hours of Thursday, 9 November 2017.

To read the full story, read our 17 November 2017 issue.

 

Illegal dog fights in Rustenburg

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RUSTENBURG HERALD- RUSTENBURG- It has been over four years since the National media opened the lid on illegal dog fights in Rustenburg. According to reports this illegal activity is widespread in South Africa with bets as high as R1.5 million wagered on a single dog fight in Rustenburg in 2013. 

To read the full story, read our 17 November 2017 issue.

 

Murder of four-month-old baby condemned

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – The management of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in the North West have condemned an incident in which a four-month-old baby was allegedly killed by his father on Wednesday, 8 November 2017 in Dinokana village near Zeerust, the Rustenburg Herald was told.

To read the full story, read our 17 November 2017 issue.