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Mahala visits at game parks

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Klerksdorp Record, Klerksdorp - MEC for Tourism in the North West Desbo Mohono urges residents in the province to take advantage of the Parks Mahala Week to explore the province. During the South African Parks Week, which runs till Saturday 15 September, local parks will be open for free to all South Africans.  

To read the full story, read page 6 of our 14 September 2018 issue.

Help trace kidnapped boy

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Klerksdorp Record, Kanana - At the time of going to press on Tuesday afternoon 4 September, search parties were still looking for a 3-year-old boy who was taken from his pre-school more than a week ago. The Klerksdorp Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit (FCS) arrested a 46-year-old man on Saturday 1 September believed to be involved in the kidnapping of Ongezwa Mthimkhulu. He has gone missing from the Bright Angels Pre-School in Kanana on 24 August. 

To read the full story, read page 3 of our 7 September 2018 issue.

Hackers beware

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Klerksdorp Record, Klerksdorp - Did you know that logging into someone’s email or social networking account without their permission is illegal? Or that pretending to be someone else online is illegal? A local cash loans owner who prefers to stay anonymous as he received threats, received screenshots on whatsapp after a fake Facebook page was opened in his name with his profile picture.

To read the full story, read page 4 of our 7 September 2018 issue.

Uasa-lede moet tjeks afhaal

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Klerksdorp Rekord, Klerksdorp - Daar is nog 168 Uasa-lede wat hul tjeks moet afhaal. Dit is deel van die uitbetalings na die Aurora-skandaal waar verskeie uitbetalings aan lede van Solidariteit, Uasa en NUM gemaak is. Honderde werkers het reeds tjeks ontvang.

To read the full story, read page 4 of our 7 September 2018 issue.

Council removes “illegal’’ notice

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Klerksdorp Record, Klerksdorp - A notice at the municipality’s Treasury prohibiting council employees to assist estate agents or consultants acting on behalf of consumers, has some property owners hot under the collar. The notice put up at customers service offices dated 8 August is signed by the Chief Financial Officer as well as the MMC for Finances. It says that council is being placed in a “difficult situation’’ with consultants and estate agents acting on behalf of consumers.

To read the full story, read page 5 of our 7 September 2018 issue.