Jabulani dances troubles away...

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In recent weeks this “puppet master” (Jabulani Simango) has been performing at Sun City entertaining crowds and dozens of fans with his amazing talent and brought his popular “Pantsula Puppets” to the stage. The puppets are styled and perform the Pantsula dance to perfection. Jabulani invariably manages to draw large crowds and keep them entertained for hours. Kids in particular interact with the puppets and just love their act. Jabulani is performing at Sun Central, Sun City every Friday and Saturday. Great news is that Jabulani and his puppets are available for events at nursery schools, birthday parties, year-end functions or the like. Interested parties who can’t make it to the Pilanesberg in the weeks to come, are invited to contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Click here to view the video:

NW Health Administrator should be fired, says DA

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - MMABATHO - The Democratic Alliance (DA) in North West has expressed their concern about the staggering amount of R1.1 billion in accrued invoices that will be carried over to the Department of Health’s 2020/21 financial year.
This, the party says, is placing strain on an already limited budget - and they are putting the blame squarely on the shoulders of the Administrator, Jeanette Hunter.

Covid-19 reported at Capitec Bank, Waterfall Mall: Update

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG – As reported in this week’s edition of the Rustenburg Herald, page 3, the branch of Capitec Bank at the Waterfall Mall recently reported a case of Corona virus. According to a statement by the management of the mall, on 29 May, the branch was closed immediately after an employee tested positive for the virus. The Rustenburg Herald on Thursday (4 June) visited the branch only to find that it was still closed, and will remain closed until further notice.

No new COVID-19 cases for Bojanala in the past four days

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG – The current number of confirmed cases for the COVID-19 stood at 72 in the North West Province as at Monday (18 May). There has been no new case recorded in Bojanala Platinum District in the past four day’s cycle of testing according to the North West Health Department.

The total number of screenings in the Province is 2 073 672 and 1 945 people screened showed COVID-19 symptoms and were referred for testing.

A total of 28 COVID-19 confirmed positive persons have recovered. Twenty recoveries were recorded in Bojanala, five in Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, two in Ngaka Modiri Molema and one in Dr. Ruth Segomotsi Mompati.

50% Discount on advertisements

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Rustenburg Herald and its sister publications decided to also do our part to get more feet in your shop and to boost the Rustenburg economy by offering 50% discount on all advertisements in any of our publications for the month of May. Ensure that the Rustenburg community knows that your shop is up and running and that you are ready for business.

Rustenburg: Inperking Week 3

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Dié weermagvoertuie is omstreeks 15:00 Dinsdagmiddag (14 April) by die Platinum Square sentrum opgemerk waar hulle, in polisieteenwoordigheid, besig was om ‘n tent op te slaan. Rustenburg Herald kon teen druktyd nog nie uitklaring kry oor wat die situasie daar is nie.
To read the full story, read our 16 April 2020 issue.