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Guptas ‘mining’ in North West?

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - Premier SOR Mahumapelo has received questions from some journalists regarding meetings or interactions with owners of Shiva Uranium Mine based in the North West and owned by the Gupta family. Mahumapelo has on numerous occasions since 2014 stated in different platforms including in the State of the Province Address that, Government has a responsibility to open doors including meeting with all people and companies irrespective of who they are.

To read the full story, read our 23 June 2017 issue.

 

“I don’t like your face - you don’t work here anymore”

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - The immediate dismissal of close to 37 workers of Tuscany Pick ‘n Pay after the return to the Spar brand in terms of a simple business transaction has sparked an outcry on social media and has resulted in victims taking aim and slugging it out on Facebook since a dreadful Thursday morning for many workers only hours before the start of a long-awaited long weekend.

To read the full story, read our 23 June 2017 issue.

 

Who is responsible?

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Ms Catherine Vorstman of Rustenburg got a nasty surprise on her way home from work on Tuesday afternoon when she “stumbled” into an unattended ditch right in the middle of the road on the corner of Kruger Street and Raasblaar Avenue.

“PG” du Plessis se dood ‘n onmeetbare verlies vir Afrikaans

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - POTCHEFSTROOM - Suid-Afrikaanse letterkunde en in besonder Afrikaans het sekerlik een van sy gevoeligste verliese van die afgelope dekade of wat beleef met die skielike afsterwe van die bekroonde skrywer en dramaturg - PG du Plessis. Du Plessis is verlede Woensdag in die ouderdom van 83 jaar in sy tuisdorp, Potchefstroom oorlede. Hy het die afgelope paar jaar prostaatkanker gehad.

To read the full story, read our 16 June 2017 issue.

 

Johann Botha se moordenaars steeds soek -”’n sinnelose daad wat land veel armer laat”...

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - JOHANNESBURG - “Die dood van Johann Botha is ‘n sinnelose daad wat Suid-Afrika veel armer laat”. Só het die Minister van Polisie - Fikile Mbalula, vandeesweek gesê in reaksie op die gewapende rooftog by die Zebra Inn-restaurant in Johannesburg verlede week waar die bekroonde Suid-Afrikaanse omroeper, TV-vervaardiger en -aanbieder, joernalis en musiekenner asook sy beste vriend (Werner Perchtold) koelbloedig doodgeskiet is. Botha en sy vriend wat as “Swazi” bekend was, was onderskeidelik 53 en 73 jaar oud.

To read the full story, read our 16 June 2017 issue.