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Kennisgewing van heengaan en gedenkdiens – Willie Broodryk

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Op 12 September 2017 is Willie Broodryk, ‘n oud inwoner van Boshoek-, Bestershoek- en Swartruggens-omgewing, na ‘n kort siekbed oorlede. Sy familie neem op 21 September 2017 groot afskeid van pappa, oupa, broer, swaer, familie en vriend. “Pappa was ‘n welbekende beesboer en sakeman in die gemeenskap. ‘n Man met ‘n hard van oud, Willie was alombekend vir sy liefde vir die natuur en sy diere. Hy was ‘n mentor vir vele mense, geliefd onder sy medemens, familie, vriende, sowel as sy jare lange werksmense. Sy plek sal nie gevul kan word nie. Daar gaan ‘n groot leemte wees van ons geliefde pappa en oupa.” Willie word oorleef deur sy dogter, Corné, skoonseun Alex en sy twee poppies Gabby en Marina Camacho. Willie se gedenkdiens sal eerskomende Donderdag, 21 September 2017, om 11:00 te Bergsig NG Gemeente 194 Betlehem-rylaan (ou Malanstraat) plaasvind. Vir meer inligting skakel gerus vir Corné by 084 555 0135.

Nóg slegte nuus vir motoriste

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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.

To read the full story, read our 22 September 2017 issue.

 

2 500 Impala employees to be affected by retrenchments

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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.

To read the full story, read our 22 September 2017 issue.

 

‘Stray bullet’ kills 55-year-old woman

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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.

To read the full story, read our 22 September 2017 issue.

 

Keep your bakkie safe!

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RUSTENBURG HERALD – RUSTENBURG – Following reports in last week’s newspaper regarding the theft of motor vehicles and claims made on social media, the Rustenburg Herald urged readers who had fallen prey to contact the Herald in order to provide more information regarding the thefts.

To read the full story, read our 15 September 2017 issue.