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Drivers licences a bumpy ride

Written by Liesl. Posted in Latest News

RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - South African motorists whose driver’s licences were due to expire at the end of March 2022 as a result of a major backlog in the issuing of licences were up in arms and according to the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) South African Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula was headed towards a “war” with South African motorists.

Rolyn Engineering topskole-rugbyfees by Bergsig Akademie

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG - Bergsig Akademie bied vanjaar oor die paasnaweek (15 tot 18 April) vir die eerste keer sy ‘n sportfees in samewerking met Rolyn Engineering by die velde van Bergsig Akademie aan. Vanjaar bestaan die sportfees slegs uit rugbywedstryde vir “groot skole” hier in Rustenburg en die beplanning is om vanaf aanstaande jaar ook hokkie en netbal deel van die fees maak.

16 in trouble over second hand goods

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - 16 people encountered the long arm of the law after they were found contravening, among others, the Second Hand Goods Act. Late last week an intelligence led operation consisting of a teams of different units of SAPS, as well as other state departments and entities were conducted around the city.

Man gets 15 years for murder of girlfriend

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - On 26 March 2019 31-year-old Segametsi Molefe was assaulted by her boyfriend, 31-year-old Thabo Moabi. The victim and her 5-year-old little girl were staying with the suspect at the time of the incident. According to Rustenburg police spokesperson, Capt Elsabé Augoustides, a neighbour saw the suspect kicking and punching the women with his feet and with his fists.

Escaped lion killed

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - PILANESBERG - A week long search for an escaped lion which was reported to be on the loose at Ledig and Mohobieskraal just west of the Pilanesberg National Park at Sun City ended on a sad note over the weekend when the lion was found wounded and in poor condition and sadly put to sleep on advice of a veterinarian.